It was a week of spontaneous scenes of joy and moments of thoughtful reflection! Politics was the overall theme, however, civil discourse was in evidence at Chautauqua and the United Methodist House as led by our chaplain Rev. Tom Parkinson.
|Rev. Tom Parkinson, Amy & son, Isaac|
|Isaac thoroughly enjoyed the House|
The week was a reunion of United Methodist friends:
|Sue and Doug Grove-DeJarnett|
Bishop William Boyd Grove and wife, Mary Lou
|Carl Sandy Williams|
|Pat and Larry Taylor|
|Chris Redmond, our webmaster|
It was the Fourth of July and that is a special day at Chautauqua.
The United Methodist House hosted its first 4th of July picnic with over 50 people in attendance.
|Eating - a Methodist talent|
|Friends for many years|
|Girls from Georgia|
|Male companionship on the porch.|
|Host's relatives, the Luce family|
The following activities took place this past week:
|The House gets a new item -- thanks to the Jacksons.|
|A wet lecture|
|and tender loving care of 'our ' gardener.|