Cuban food, entertainment

set for Saturday fundraiser

VERNON TOWNSHIP — “Sing for Missions: A Roof for Wilmington School” will be held on Saturday, Oct. 13 from 4 to 8 p.m., at the Quaker Knoll Campground (65 Sprague Road near Cowan Lake State Park).

Cuban food (by donation) includes Cuban pork, beans and rice, fried plantains, potato salad, fresh fruit and vegetable plate, plus homemade cookies and ice cream. For entertainment, there will be a skit about the Wilmington School on the island of Cuba as well as live music.

Proceeds from this fundraiser will help reconstruct a school building on the east end of Cuba that has strong historic connections to Quakers and the Wilmington area, hence the name.

Directions: Take State Route 730 west from Wilmington, turn left onto Sprague Road, and look for the sign.

Sabina UMC to celebrate

SABINA — Sabina United Methodist Church invites you to join them on Sunday, Oct. 21 at their 10:30 a.m. worship service as they celebrate their 125th anniversary at the 61 W. Elm Street location.

“There will be special music, a time of sharing memories, and we will recognize people who have been members of the church for 50 or more years,” said Pastor Joni Manson. “All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!”

For more information, please call 937-584-2112.

Christian Women meet

SABINA — The ladies of Sabina Methodist Church hosted the October meeting of the Sabina Area Christian Women on Monday, Oct. 1.

Following a meal of lasagna, tossed salad, garlic bread, and a variety of desserts, Joni Manson presided over the business meeting. The women voted to make a donation to the Sabina Ministry Association.

The program was presented by Vickie (Brandenburg) Bishop, who told about her experiences as a military spouse. She and her husband moved 29 times, living in 10 states and two countries. She shared the pros and cons of never living in one location for a long time and the effect it had on her family.

The next meeting will again be held at the Sabina Methodist Church at 6 p.m. Nov. 5. All area women are welcome no matter what their church affiliation may be.