Your Week at St. Nick, 9 – 15 August 2009

Sunday, August 9
10:30am Holy Eucharist
Lobsterfest tickets go on sale today.

Charlotte Winsness
Cha Cha Parmer
John Winsness

LEM & 2nd Chalice
Altar Guild

Flower Guild

Table Kendra
Crucifer Kendra
Gospel Kendra
Offer. Anna
Torch Abbey B./Anna

Wednesday, August 12
6:30pm Holy Eucharist
7:00pm Valley of Hope: Pine Mountain Valley Resettlement Village,
Pine Mountain Valley, GA A film produced by David Johnson & Paul Johnston
After interviewing and compiling history for more than a year, David Johnson, coupled with Paul Johnston, have produced a 60-minute DVD creating a narrative about one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's most complete resettlement villages of the 1930's. The villa

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ges were in response to the displacement caused by the great Depression of 1929.

The story is narrated, in part, by thirteen children of the original settlers. They remember their experiences growing up in the Valley during this historic era. It is, in fact, a history from the “back porch” by children who were there.

There is historical background leading up to the Depression and a pictorial history of the Village as it was being built. This DVD shows a rare piece of American history. Join us for a screening August 12, at St. Nicholas Episcopal Church. David and Paul, people who are featured in the film, and the film makers will be attendance and available for questions and discussion.

Please join us. The program will last approximately one hour. You are also invited come early and join us for Holy Eucharist at 6:30pm.