July has been a very busy month for Cherokee Home for Children. July 4th a group of teens and adults from Lakeshore Drive Church of Christ in Waco came to the Cherokee Home campus. While here they helped the children do community service projects in Cherokee. They cut down brush at Clariece Lively’s house and got J.L. Coffman’s house ready to be painted. They also spent time studying God’s word with the children.
July 11th a group of teens and adults came from the Edgewood Church of Christ near Canton came to the Cherokee Home campus and helped paint J.L. Coffman’s house, worked in Flora Bowden’s yard and cleared some of the land on the campus and built a screened in porch for one of the cottages. They had daily devotionals with the children as well as recreation times.
July 18th a group from Mexia (near Waco) Church of Christ came to the Cherokee Home campus. Lots of work left to do at Clariece Lively’s house and on the campus. They also had time for fellowship and devotionals.
Payton Suggs spent almost three weeks visiting Grandma and Grandpa Suggs (Doug and Cyndi) this month. He got to go fishing, take part in the parade, work with the children at Cherokee Home for Children, go swimming, go to the Butterfly House in Fredericksburg and lots of other fun things.
Dan and Esther Cox had their grandchildren visiting with them last week. They got to go swimming and to Sea World while here.
Tommy, Kaci, Talli and Tori Morrison just got back from a cruise to Panama. They went to Florida and left from there to Panama. They also went to Grand Cayman and Cozumel.
Danny and Janiece Duggan and Talli and Tori Morrison went to Fort Davis to a family reunion last weekend.
Stephanie Pack graduated from college last Saturday. Congratulations Stephanie.
Larry and Paula Windham have been on vacation. They got to go visit with April, Pat and Ty and David and Christi. David and Christi are expecting a baby anytime.
Curt McKneely is in New Zealand taking classes. He is also having fun. He went swimming with sharks. Yesterday he went skydiving.
The Kerrville Methodist Mission Team have done lots of work for the Cherokee Methodist Church. They put new windows in the annex, a new handicap ramp into the church, and a new sidewalk. There is still more work to be done in the coming months.