On Saturday, July 17, Fork Presbyterian Church held a one-day, fantastic Vacation Bible School for all ages!
Mary Carol Miller was the director, and she was assisted by L.R. Perritte and Valorie Moody.
There was a train ride for adults and children pulled by a four-wheeler driven by Neal Anderson. A huge slide and obstacle course was a challenge for all ages!
Each child took home a tote bag filled with things they had made. Everyone was given a railroad cap when they rode the train.
The children enjoyed a cartoon Bible story before their hot dog lunch.
The Pelican Snow Ball man was present and had many flavors for everyone to enjoy. Some of the kids tried to eat one of each flavor!
This day was enjoyed by a special little dog that joined in all the fun with the children.
Photos by Johnnie Daniels/The Dillon Herald
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