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SENIOR ADULT FELLOWSHIP FOR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 2014 (4TH FRIDAY)
SAF will meet Friday September 26, 2014 at 12:00 noon, for a potluck lunch and guest speakers program in Fellowship Hall.Ride the historic trains of Colorado and traverse the rugged Rocky Mountains with Bob Beaudoin to relive the glory days of train travel.
• View the top of America from atop Pikes Peak and relive historic railroad wars in the depths of the Royal Gorge.
• Ride steam trains along the Cumbres & Toltec and Durango & Silverton narrow-gauge railways.
• Experience the engineering marvel Georgetown Loop and journey by 4x4 through the spectacular San Juan Mountains.
• Visit Colorado Springs: At an elevation of 6,035 feet, Colorado Springs is situated near the base of one of the most famous American peaks, Pikes Peak, on the east side of the Rocky Mountains. The second largest city in the state boasts many scenic, cultural and recreational opportunities.
• Visit Ouray: The Victorian mining town of Ouray is surrounded by the San Juan Mountains, the most rugged range in the Rockies. Named after a famous Ute chief, Ouray— on the scenic San Juan Skyway — has been a popular destination of travelers for over a century.
• Visit Alamosa: The small city of Alamosa lies at the heart of Colorado’s dramatic San Luis Valley. It has been a railroad town since its founding in 1877, when it was built by and became an important center for the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. Alamosa is located near Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, home to North America’s tallest dunes.
• Visit Denver: Settled by gold prospectors in 1858, mile-high Denver today is the capitalof Colorado and hub of the Rocky Mountain region. It has gone through booms and busts to become home to skiing, tourism and a thriving multi-cultural community.
Join Bob Beaudoin as he shows pictures of this Road Scholar Tour from last September.
Your friends and neighbors are all invited so that they too can join the fellowship, potluck lunch, and take a train trip with Bob Beaudoin.
Let Becky (801 278-4619 ext. 3) know if you plan to attend by Thursday September 25th so that we will have enough tables and chairs set up. Suggestions for speakers/programs can be given to either: Judy Saurer (801 943-0141) or Eddie Alter (801 268-2157). Those willing to help in setting up tables and chairs and/or providing table decorations should contact Colleen & Eddie Alter or Judy & Dick Saurer.
Call Church Office, 801-278-4619, by 10:30 a.m. on the day of the event to let us know you are coming.
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If anyone is interested in joining the Fellowship Committee (a sub-committee under Member Care) to help in the planning and coordination of different events for the congregation, please let me know. We are always looking for new ideas and helping hands.
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