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THE  ARLINGTONIAN
August  2019


TABLE OF CONTENTS
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NEWSLETTER DEADLINE
DISCIPLES’ WOMEN’S MINISTRY
CANE RIDGE DAY 2019
ARLINGTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH DIRECTORY
  
  
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NEWSLETTER DEADLINE

For the September issue of the Arlingtonian, the deadline is August 18.  Please e-mail articles to the church office or to Brother Lee.

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DISCIPLES’ WOMEN’S MINISTRY

From the Disciples’ Women’s Ministry, (aka - Christian Women’s Fellowship)

The CWF at Arlington has been a group of women who meet to study together and to assist various missions within our community. At this time, we are no longer actively meeting.  We do, however, have some accumulated mission funds that we would like to distribute.

Do you have an organization or charity that is very special to you?  If you do, we would like to hear from you.  We are considering how to best disperse these funds and would like to know about any group that has touched your life and has a special place in your heart.

Please contact either Paula Jackson or Jean Cox and tell us about any group that you would like us to consider.

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CANE RIDGE DAY 2019

On June 22, 2019, more than 200 folks came together at the Cane Ridge Shrine in Bourbon County to celebrate the Cane Ridge Day Choral Festival.  Every year we celebrate with a day of worship, programming, music, and visiting the Meeting House, the Shrine, the Cemetery, and Museum.

This year the Cane Ridge Trustees chose to try something different and have a "Choral Festival" for the annual celebration.  Choirs from Cynthiana Christian Church, Paris-Bourbon County Community Choir, Seventh Street Christian (Paris), Ashland Christian Church  and Madisonville Christian Church participated in the morning and afternoon programs.  The Backroom String Band provided music during the lunch break.

It is my privilege to be Arlington’s representative on the Board of Trustees, and I am proud that Arlington supports Cane Ridge as one of its missions.  I encourage you to visit Cane Ridge.  It is a quiet, spiritual place to reflect on our history and to honor those who are buried there.

Respectfully Submitted,
Peggy Myers, Trustee
Cane Ridge Board of Trustees

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ARLINGTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH DIRECTORY

Copies of the directory are available in the church office.  Stop by to pick up your copy, or give us a call at (859) 252-4393, and we will get one to you.

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