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Perform 'A Mouse's Tale' to seniors

  • RON GOWER/TIMES NEWS @Caption Stand Alone:Gifts for senior citizens Gifts were given to residents at Maple Shade Meadows, a senior citizens center in Nesquehoning, by members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday School in Summit Hill. Each…
    RON GOWER/TIMES NEWS @Caption Stand Alone:Gifts for senior citizens Gifts were given to residents at Maple Shade Meadows, a senior citizens center in Nesquehoning, by members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday School in Summit Hill. Each resident received a hand-made tree ornament and box of tissies. Joshua Faenza, left, gives an ornament to Michael Trusa, while Hilda Boldnur is given an ornament by Arianna Juliano, right. The Sunday School will present a pageant in the church at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 18.
Published December 13. 2011 05:01PM

Sunday School members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Summit Hill, paid a visit to Maple Shade Meadows, a nursing home in Nesquehoning, and performed the play "A Mouse's Tale." Those in the performance are, front l-r, Julia Romankow, Natalie Vermillion, Arianna Juliano; middle row l-r, Bradley Hood, Abbey Vermillion, Maxwell Vermillion, Stephen Hood, Rebecca Jones, Josh Faenza, Alex Romankow; and back l-r, Cassie Deifert, Alexis Berger, and Kiana Mertz.

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