HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS Operation Overboard was this year’s theme for the Gulf Cove United Methodist Church’s vacation Bible school. Fourth-grader Joseph Giannakopoulos and kindergartner Carleigh Matsinger demonstrate with a few of the nautical stuffed animals used on stage for the recent nightly gatherings.
HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS Teen volunteer McKenna Finley, 17, helps Luke Fuste, a kindergarten student, with his underwater gear during one of the Gulf Cove United Methodist Church’s recent vacation Bible school games.
HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS At the exploration/science station, first-grader Brooke Hutchinson and kindergartner Joshua Wind work together on an experiment involving pepper, water and liquid soap. The two attended the recent Gulf Cove United Methodist Church vacation Bible school.
D PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS Kindergartner Joe Bartlett, first-grader Beau Charbonneau and second-grader Samantha Bianche work together on a Gulf Cove United Methodist Church vacation Bible school project recently, proving that “sometimes you need to ask for help.”
HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS The night-time Gulf Cove United Methodist Church vacation Bible school program held earlier this summer had prekindergartner Cole Eifenbein half-singing and half-yawning at the praise-and-song station.
HERALD PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS Gulf Cove United Methodist Church vacation Bible school volunteers Ken Priest and Smitty Smith act out one of the Biblical stories, with Priest as Naaman and Smith as the servant.
By BETSY WILLIAMS
It was Operation Overboard for this year’s Gulf Cove United Methodist Church summer vacation Bible school, using water themes to convey the church’s message to young children.
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