Bayview Community Update – March 17, 2018

Week of March 18

Happy St. Patty’s Day to all, be ye Irish or a celebrant of the Irish festivities. The weather for us has been steadily improving and the spirits of all encountered seems to be as well. So without further ado:

 

Events of the week are as follows:

Bible Chapel Services:  Sunday 9:30am and 10:30am

AA meeting:  Sunday 7pm, lower room

Presidents’ Day:  Monday all day

Yoga:  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9am

BABS Quilting:  Monday Noon

Painting Group:  Tuesday  2pm

LOU:  Wednesday Noon, featuring Tom’s famous meatloaf and sides. Help needed with setup, cleanup, prep, and desserts. Thanks to Dean and Dennis Damon for the fab. corned beef and cabbage. It was spectacular!

Bible Chapel Prayer Mtg:  Wednesday following LOU (1ish), church office

Bayview Water and Sewer Board Meeting:  Wednesday 3pm

Tai Chi:  Friday 9:30am

Bunco:  Saturday 1pm, bring a friend and a snack to share

 

A couple of things to remember:

  1. Please get the Life Flight forms and your checks issued to the Bayview Community Center back to me ASAP. If you need the forms or have questions, please call (208) 683-1680.
  2. The Community Center has opted once again to join in on the Town Wide Yard Sale on Saturday May 26. If you have any unused but well-preserved treasures that you are not selling in your own yard sale and would like to donate to the Center, you can make arrangements with George or Cindy to bring them to Grandy’s Pole Barn on First and Fir by calling (208) 683-1859. Please do not bring any computer/printers or cables, food stuffs, personal care products, or plastic containers without tops or bottoms. These items do not sell and are hard to dispose of. Furniture, clothes, linens, household items very welcome. Help is needed on Friday to set up and on Saturday for cleanup, and any of you who love to sell, we could use you to man the sale. Please contact me if you can help at (208) 683-1680. The Center depends heavily on its fundraisers to bolster the budget which includes funds for the gardens. This year our major purchases will be adding retractable awnings over the decks and a new arbor for the garden.
  3. Our website should be completed soon and thanks to Joy Shantz for stepping up to work with Kerry Costigan to make this happen.

Thank you to all the faithful volunteers who make the Center’s operations continue smoothly, you are awesome!

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