Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Sunday School Treat

About a week and a half ago now, we had our Sunday School treat. Along with the Sunday School classes putting on presentations, we enjoyed a dinner together, a puppet show, games, treats and fellowship. It was a very fun night...and Grandpa and Grandma Tractor even got to be here for it.
The treat was themed the "Fruit of the Spirit". For dinner we enjoyed delicious waffles with strawberries and whipped cream, sausages and delectable ham, fruit and yogurt parfaits and a dessert of fruit-kabobs and cookies. Yum!
Ezra's class got to present first. They each had verses about being a light in this dark world.

Miss Rose has her hands full with those 12 kids! They ended by singing "This Little Light of Mine" complete with (fake) candles.

The young ladies in the middle class memorized a lot of verses for us!

Nora couldn't be bothered. She slept through dinner and the show, allowing me to watch!

And finally, the high school class gave us all a pop quiz. They told us we passed.

All of the kids were given a chance to have their faces painted if they wanted. Caroline chose to have a pineapple on her cheek.

And to wrap up the show...these creative geniuses put on a lovely "fruity-tales" puppet show which taught the children how to turn the other cheek if a bully bothers you at school. The adults enjoyed the puppet show even more than the kids did.

After the presentations, the games began. Refreshed with a full tummy, Nora slept on Grandpa's shoulder.

There were stations with different games all around the room. Each station had fun prizes of books, toys and candy.

Mr. Levi--full of smiles as he always is. I've never known such a giggly, happy, smiley baby!

We went home fairly late with full tummies and full goodie bags. Now...for a full night's rest sometime in the next year : )


kdk said...

The treat is so fun; so much love goes into it!

NaomiG said...

Aw, sounds like so much fun... Sunday School treats are such a blast.

Megan Miller said...

What fun! You guys do it up proper. Don't let Levi or Nora grow up one more little bit before I get there.