The family of Caleb Calhoun would like to thank Orion United Methodist Church for the support we received following the loss of Caleb. Pastor Dave, your home visits, prayers, phone calls, texts and your message during the service guided us and provided much needed comfort during such a difficult time. Thank you, Karl, for providing the beautiful music which is such an important part of our family’s lives. We also appreciate the time and effort of the Orion Methodist Women’s groups, especially that of Janet Marshall for organizing the delicious meal following the funeral service.
Finally, to all the church members who called us, sent us a card, prayed for us, came to the visitation, attended the services, or donated to Caleb’s memorial fund, we thank you. Everyone’s efforts demonstrate the power of love, which has been a blessing.
The Calhoun Family
Thank You from the VBS Committee
Thank you to everyone who helped to make this year’s Vacation Bible School a success by donating items and volunteering! The children had a wonderful week learning through crafts, games, and stories. VBS would not be possible without everyone’s help. Thank you!
July 21st, we held our 10th Annual Breast Cancer Salad Luncheon in Memory of Kathy Anderson. Thank you to all you attended and helped make this another successful year raising $3,388. This years’ proceeds will be split between Camp Kesem and Gilda’s Club.
Thank you, Orion United Methodist Church, for allowing us to host our event here. Thank you to everyone in the kitchen for always making this event a huge success year after year! Thank you to the women of Orion United Methodist Church for the great variety of delicious salads.
Thank to our annual sponsors, Office Machine Consultants/Tom Pasmore for the printing services, BankOrion for the table settings, Aaron Tennant for cupcakes, MidAmerican Energy/Michelle Payne for the bags, and Betsy Catour taking the survivor picture.
With this year being a change for everyone, thank you for coming together, wearing pink, and supporting a great cause. As Kathy would have said, “Live for Today”.