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The Presbywheelians

July 21 is Bike for the Boys &​​ Girls Club

The Presbywheelians are again organizing a team to ride in Bike for Boys and Girls Club on July 21 at McKee Farms Park in Fitchburg. Join with members of other area PCUSA churches and Pres House in this largest fundraiser for The Boys & Girls Club of Dane County. There are 8, 20, and 50-mile ride options, and a great party at the end of the ride. Go to​​ bike4bg.com​​ for more information.

 

Summer Sings! July 22, 2018

Have you ever wanted to sing in the​​ Chancel Choir, but haven’t been able to commit to the weekly rehearsal schedules? ​​ Were you ever a choir member who misses the particular blessings of making music and leading worship? If yes, then a Summer Sing Sunday is for you! On Sunday, July 22, and Sunday, August 19, you are invited to assemble with fellow singers at 9 AM to rehearse and then gather in the choir loft for the worship service. This opportunity is open to anyone senior-high age or older. For more information​​ contact​​ Joe Chrisman, Minister of Music, or see the​​ July 12 Announcements.

 

 

Westminster's MSCR pontoon boat ride around Lakes​​ Mendota​​ and Monona​​ is scheduled for Sunday July 22, 2018, 5 to 8 PM.​​ View the Capitol, UW Union, and other highlights on this leisurely lake tour. Shown leading a tour is Don Sanford, author of the book “On Fourth Lake”, a history of the development the Lake Mendota shoreline.​​ 

 

Thursday Group Breakfast & Walk Next​​ Thursday!
Thursday, July 26th, meet at church @ 8:45am to carpool. Breakfast is at the Egg and I @ 9:00am. Meet at the West Madison Agricultural Research Station, 8502 Mineral Point Rd. Instead of the Arboretum. (Over 350 cultivars of petunias are on display in the gardens.) All are welcome!

 

Westminster's annual community meal with folks from the Allied Drive and Dunn's Marsh neighborhoods will be held on Friday, July 27, from 6 to 8 PM.​​ Sponsored by the Allied - Dunn's Marsh Neighborhood, we gather at​​ the Boys and Girls Club building, ​​ 4619 Jenewein Rd for good food, good conservation, good entertainment, and a good time!