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October
Year
1976
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First Methodist Church Methodist Youth Fellowship Leaving For Canoe Trip, August 1972

First Methodist Church Methodist Youth Fellowship Leaving For Canoe Trip, August 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1972
Caption
MYF Makes Canoe Trip Methodist Youth Fellowship (MYF) members prepare for a two-day canoe trip to Pine River in Cadillac. Bob Bignall, Graham Wilson, Leslie Degnon and Mary Nissen (left to right) load camp gear onto the church bus in the parking lot of the First United Methodist Church, 120 S. State St. Some 30 junior and senior high schools students left Wednesday for the canoe and camping excursion and they returned Friday. (News photo by Cecil Lockard)

First Methodist Church Youth Fellowship Prepares For Pancake Supper, April 1964

First Methodist Church Youth Fellowship Prepares For Pancake Supper, April 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 3, 1964
Caption
Prep For Pancakes: Members of the Senior High Methodist Youth Fellowship of First Methodist Church practice for a public "Pancake Jamboree" to be held from 5 to 7 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. tomorrow at the church. The girls are (left to right), Sue Peters, Louise Kelley, Sue Steffe and Connie Dompkey. Proceeds will be used for various service and missionary projects of the group and for a seminar study trip which will include visits to the United Nations and Washington D.C., this summer. The youth group helps support Filipino, Korean and Greek youths, and provides a scholarship for a Negro student in a southern college. Local business firms have donated products and services for the jamboree. Tickets are $1 for adults and 50 cents for children. Sausage and applesauce will be served with the pancakes.

First Methodist Church's Senior High Youth Fellowship Makes Bread, February 1964

First Methodist Church's Senior High Youth Fellowship Makes Bread, February 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1964
Caption
They Need Dough, So They Knead It: A "Baker" and a "Rector" are members of the Senior High Youth Fellowship of First Methodist Church who make rolls to help raise money for the group's special projects. Working in the church kitchen under the supervision of Mrs. W. N. MacDonald are Gary Baker (left) and Rick Rector. The next roll bake will be held late in April.

First Methodist Church Senior Youth Group Plans Movie, April 1963

First Methodist Church Senior Youth Group Plans Movie, April 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 3, 1963
Caption
To Appear In Movie: These five members of the Ann Arbor First Methodist Church Senior Youth Fellowship group are shown here with one of their counselors making plans for their appearance with other members of the fellowship in a film set for nationwide distribution. They are (left to right), Katy Ratliff, Greg Smith, Katie Strand, Al Symons, Laura Van Vlack, and counselor Dr. Jerry Gray. Fifty-five youths will leave Saturday for Nashville.

Rev. Kendall Cowing, Katie Strand and Laura Van Vlack Pack Books for Marcy Center, First Methodist Church, March 1961

Rev. Kendall Cowing, Katie Strand and Laura Van Vlack Pack Books for Marcy Center, First Methodist Church, March 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 3, 1961
Caption
Works With Youth: The Rev. Kendall Cowing (left), minister of education at First Methodist Church, helps Katie Strand (second form left), and Laura Van Vlack (right), pack books and supplies for Marcy Center, a Chicago settlement house supported by the Methodist Youth Fellowship and the Women's Society of Christian Service.

West Side Methodist Senior Youth Fellowship Fit Baggage Racks on Bus, August 1960

West Side Methodist Senior Youth Fellowship Fit Baggage Racks on Bus, August 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 12, 1960
Caption
Prepare 'Chariot': Members of the Senior Youth Fellowship of the West Side Methodist Church fit baggage racks they have made to the inside of their bus, the "Chariot." Twenty members of the group will leave tomorrow morning for Good Hart, Mich., where they will vacation and paint a small rural Baptist church during their stay.

Mike Dukes Hand Painting Designs On Wall In Chancel Area, First United Methodist Church, January 1974

Mike Dukes Hand Painting Designs On Wall In Chancel Area, First United Methodist Church, January 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1974
Caption
Touching Up Church A member of the First United Methodist Church's planning committee liked what he saw when he observed 17-year-old Mike Dukes working on a painting in the church "eating and meeting" room. So he asked Dukes, who is a student at Pioneer High School, if her would help restore the wall near the stained glass in the chancel area where leakage has caused plaster to fall. Dukes, who is a member of Methodist Youth Fellowship, prepared stencils of symbols on the rest of the wall, sanded the area and now is handpainting the symbols onto the wall from the stencils. The background is being painted with an oil-based latex, while the designs are being painted from a water-based medium (News photo by Jack Stubbs).