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School Supply Drive 2019

This year Community of Hope is partnering with Harvesting International to provide school supplies for children in need. Please see the list of needed school supplies (BELOW). Hope will be collecting school supplies through Sunday, July 28. There will be a collection table in the outer lobby for the donated school supplies. Questions? Contact Lou Albertson or (817) 773-6956. Thank you in advance for your donations.
CRAYOLA Crayons – 24 CT. Elmer’s Small Purple Glue Stick Waterless Hand Sanitizer with Pump COLORATIONS PURPLE Small Wash Glue Stick – .32 oz. Crayola Washable thick classic markers – 8 count No. 2 Yellow Pencils Ink Bevel Erase (Latex Free) Brad & Pocket Folders – assorted colors Facial Tissue – 100 count Elmer’s small glue stick 3 x 5 plain index cards – 100 ct. Crayola Water Color paint w/brush Ziploc Gallon Bags with slider Crayola Crayons – 16 count Dry Erase Markers – pack of 2 Elmer’s school glue – 4 oz. Composition Notebooks – 200 pages Sharp 5’ Fiskar Scissors 8” Scissors Pack of highlighters

VBS 2019

Hope Kids will be hosting Vacation Bible School beginning Monday, July 15 through Tuesday, July 16 from 6:00 to 8:30pm each evening. “Cross Canyon Trail” is the name of the VBS and it is a western theme that will allow the children to have fun while learning about Jesus! Please mark your calendars and consider volunteering with VBS. There are many areas you can volunteer, including: Registration/Sign-In Helpers, Age Group Shepherds (shepherd classes to each station); Lesson Leaders (kids will rotate through for daily lesson); Activity Leader & Helper (will lead outside activities & games); Craft Leader & Assistants (kids rotate through the craft station daily); Music Leader & Assistants (lead children in songs & movements).
To Register your child, click on VBS 2019
Questions? Contact Carolyn Smitherman