Drive-in movie in Erskine on Sept. 10

Erskine Evangelical Church is happily sending their best wishes to youth pastor Dave, his wife Mary Amendt and their boys who are traveling to North Korea and living there for the next year.

Dave will be teaching English while there and the family will be staying at an embassy. The family will fly into China and then go into North Korea from there. Dave previously has traveled to North Korean and taught English for a few months. He now will take on the experience for an extended period of time with his wife and children to be with him and learn more about a different culture.

I have posted the date for the drive-in movie wrong in the past issues of Erskine news. The correct date is Sept. 10. It will be a double feature with the first movie starting at 8:30 p.m.

Birthday wishes go out to Harry Neitz Sept. 6.

Happy anniversary to Darrel and Marianne Baltimore Sept. 3, and James and Lorianne Nibourg, Sept. 4.

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