(04/06/2001)
Submitted by Karen Kirby

PALS CLASS (grades 3-4) Clayton Bell, Harold Bell, Jacob Haught, Trevie Gregory, Noah Kinder, Anthony Richards, Jesse Richards, Nicholas Stevens, Joshua Toney and Aaron Yoak. Others assisting, Richard Kirby, Tour Guide; Matt Kirby and Chris Kennedy, photographers; Butch Hall and Joe Webb, bus drivers; Susan Hall, Sue Williams, Carla Taylor, Loretta Freshour and Mark Stevens.

The Brooksville Baptist Church "Pals" class had some special assignments from their Missionary Workbook. Three assignments included taking a trip to a historical place, take a two mile hike (which seemed like 20 miles to Sue and Loretta) and collect ten various nature items.

The local group took the trip to Schoolhouse Cave, located above the Little Kanawha River with access from State Route 5 at Annamoriah.

Dora Newell helped work on posters for nature items. The group enjoyed pizza and began work on the Missionary Workbook. It was an exciting and enjoyable day. Special thanks to Richard Kirby for being the tour guide.


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