Announcements November 12

     ANNOUNCEMENTS

 WELCOME.  We want to welcome any and all visitors with us today.  If you would like to make yourself known to us, then please fill out a yellow card found in the pews and place it in the alms plate when that is passed.  Please also join us for fellowship after the service in the parish hall which is to your right as you exit the sanctuary.  AND REMEMBER THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH ALWAYS WELCOMES YOU!

 TODAY WE CELEBRATE OUR VETERAN’S AND WELCOME THOSE FROM THE SHEPHERD HOUSE.  GOD BLESS OUR VETERAN’S. PLEASE STAY FOR A BRUNCH AFTER SERVICES TODAY!

 PRAISE AND COMMINION SERVICE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19TH AT 5:30PM.

 OUR CHRISTIAN ROOTS IN ENGLAND SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19TH AT 6:30 PM.  Please come and join us as we continue our journey learning about our Christian Roots in England.  As many of you know, the youth group is undertaking a pilgrimage to London next Summer.  They invite you to explore with them as all are transformed learning our common heritage.  The forum is every third Sunday at 6:30 pm.  This month we will explore more about the English Reformation.  So come and join us!

 NEWSLETTER DEADLINE Due to Thanksgiving this deadline is sooner than usual.  Please have all articles for the December newsletter submitted by November 14.

LUNCH BUNCH:  will meet this Tuesday, November 14 at 1:00 p.m. at Joanna’s Family Restaurant, 10366 Leo Road.  Carpool will leave church at 12:50.  If you have any questions please contact Anita Grams at 449-9682.

BIBLE STUDY AND FELLOWSHIP will meet this Thursday at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Jack Rademaker.

THANKSGIVING MEALS If you took a tag(s) off the door they need to be in by today, Sunday November 12 with the item.  Frozen items go in the chest freezer in the Food Bank.  Refrigerator items go in the upright refrigerator in the boiler room.  Turkey tags can be put on the desk in the Food Bank.  Thanks you all for sharing your blessings with those less fortunate.”

CHRISTMAS FAMILIES The Daughters of the King have arranged for two families each consisting of mother, father and two children to be adopted by St. Alban’s this year through Lutheran Social Services.  On Sunday November 19 a tree filled with ornaments that have gift requests listed on the back will be located in the narthex.  Please be sure to register your gift selection with a Daughter at a table nearby, where the ornament will be exchanged for a gift tag which you will attach to your gift.  All gifts should be new and wrapped in Christmas paper.  A basket of labels, from which you may choose food and hygiene items needed by the families, will also be available at the table.  You do not have to wrap these items; just place them in the laundry basket with the family number, located by the tree.  All gifts, food and hygiene items are due at the church by Sunday,  December 3.  Thank you for your assistance with this project.

CALLING ALL CHILDREN!  Christmas will be here before we know it and it’s time to start preparing for the annual St. Albans Christmas pageant held on Christmas Eve. If your children are interested in being a part of this wonderful pageant, please plan on joining us for the organizational meeting on November 19th immediately following the 10:15 service and will last no more than 30 minutes.  The pageant practices will be as follows:  November 19, December 3, 10 & 17.  Pageant will held at the 4:00 pm Christmas Eve service. If there are any questions, please contact Janine Steinbrunner at janinesteinb@yahoo.com or 797-7598. Thank you.

A THANKSGIVING SERVICE will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday November 22.  Please mark your calendar now and join us as we praise our God for His numerous blessing to us.

THANKSGIVING FLOWERS AND DECORATIONS envelopes for Thanksgiving flowers and decorations are in the pew card holders.  You may contribute any amount for these flowers.  Please note whether you would like the flowers in thanksgiving for an important event in your life or in memory of a loved one.  Envelopes must be received by November 19 to have information listed in the bulletin.

ATTENDANCE last Sunday was 84.

REMEMBER IN PRAYER Laurel Adams, Terry Babcock, Joe Bartow, Peggy Brandes, Cassie, Dick & Bonnie Camp, Mary Ann Clemmer, Christina Connelly, Rachel Diver, Dick Donnelly, Carolyn DuClos, Susie Foley, Chris Foreman, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Tammy Gillig, Anita Grams, Carolyn Grate, Gloria Guindon, Imhausen family, Shirley Johnson, Tim & Patty Kerlin, David Kurz, Juli Lieb, Rick McMahan, Jeff Mobley, Don Mefford, Catherine Michael, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Bart Noll, Carol Postel, Ethel Reynolds, Doris Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, Les Stath, Marianne Sumners, Carol Sumney, Sandra Svensen, Bill Townsend.

 For those unable to worship with us:  Ed Brackmann, John Diver, Frances Krauskopf, Tom Kurtz, Gene Pettibone, Jim Trueblood, and Paul Wiseheart.

 Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Jamie Stooky, Ty Sumner

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Announcements October 29

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 WELCOME.  We want to welcome any and all visitors with us today.  If you would like to make yourself known to us, then please fill out a yellow card found in the pews and place it in the alms plate when that is passed.  Please also join us for fellowship after the service in the parish hall which is to your right as you exit the sanctuary.  AND REMEMBER THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH ALWAYS WELCOMES YOU!

WEDDING YESTERDAY.  Megan Warner, who is LuAnn Kleinschmidt’s granddaughter, married Benny Saydee Saturday October 28th.  They are a wonderful couple.  Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers!

 FUNERAL PREPARATION CLASS: Today at noon Dan+ will host a funeral preparation class.  No matter where you are in life you can take the time to prepare for your own funeral to help those who will make decision for it after you are gone.  Forms will be provided to be kept at church so your wishes can be known to whoever is priest.  If you cannot attend and would like a form, then please contact the office.

WORSHIP AND COMMISSION will meet this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.

MEN’S NIGHT OUT is scheduled for this Thursday.  Please check the bulletin board for more information.

DON’T FORGET to set clocks back 1 hour this Saturday, November 4.

ALL SAINTS DAY and all Faithful Departed Day will be celebrated on Sunday, November 5.  You may submit names of those you wish to have remembered at the altar by filling out a form found on the bulletin board in the narthex.  There is also an envelope marked “completed forms” on the board.  Please make sure to mark if you want the name mentioned at the 8 or 10:15 service.

DINNER AND MOVIE SUNDAY please come and join us for a special dinner and movie night November 5TH at 6:30 P.M.  We will have a simple dinner and followed by the movie “Elizabeth the Golden Age”.  Please sign the sheet in the narthex, or e-mail Dan+, so we know how many to prepare food for.

DONATION SUGGESTIONS FOR “THE SHEPHERD’S HOUSE”

 Coffee – (plain, brown, and NO decaf)                            Twin Sheet Sets

Sugar and Coffee Creamer                                                Men’s T-Shirts (2x-4x)

One-Day Citilink Bus passes ($3.00) each                     Mesh laundry bags

Heavy Weight Twin-Sized Blankets                                 Bath Towels

Flip Flops                                                                               Grooming Kits (nail                                                                                                              clippers, files, etc.

Gift Cards for Fast Food ($5.00 or more)                         bleach Wipes

Powdered laundry soap (must be HE)                             winter coats (Large – 2XL)

 

UPDATE DIRECTORIES have been printed.  They are on the table in the narthex.

Attendance for last Sunday was 77.

 

REMEMBER IN PRAYER Laurel Adams, Peggy Brandes, Bonnie Camp, Mary Ann Clemmer, Violita Combs, Christina Connelly, James Connelly, Rachel Diver, Dick Donnelly, Carolyn DuClos, Susie Foley, Chris Foreman, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Tammy Gillig, Carolyn Grate, Imhausen family, Tim & Patty Kerlin, Juli Lieb, Jeff Mobley, Don Mefford, Branden Meinike, Catherine Michael, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Bart Noll, Carol Postel, Ethel Reynolds, Doris Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, Les Stath, Marianne Sumners, Carol Sumney, Bill Townsend.

 For those unable to worship with us:  Ed Brackmann, John Diver, Frances Krauskopf, Tom Kurtz, Gene Pettibone, Jim Trueblood, and Paul Wiseheart.

 Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Jamie Stooky Ty Sumner

Announcements October 22

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 STEWARDSHIP / CELEBRATION SUNDAY IS TODAY.  If you are making a pledge to Saint Alban’s for 2017, please bring it in today or on the 29th.  You may bring your pledge card in the envelope forward and place it in the box when you come forward for Holy Communion.  We will dedicate the pledges to God and keep them near the altar where your pledge will only be known to God.  After each service will be a special reception.

 YOUTH will meet tonight at 6:30 p.m.

WEDDING THIS SATURDAY.  Megan Warner, who is LuAnn Kleinschmidt’s granddaughter, will marry Benny Saydee this Saturday October 28th.  They are a wonderful couple.  Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers!

 DINNER AND MOVIE SUNDAY please come and join us for a special dinner and movie night November 5TH at 6:30 P.M.  We will have a simple dinner and followed by the movie “Elizabeth the Golden Age”.  Please sign the sheet in the narthex, or e-mail Dan+.  so we know how many to prepare food for.

 FUNERAL PREPARATION CLASS: On Sunday October 29th at noon Dan+ will host a funeral preparation class.  No matter where you are in life you can take the time to prepare for your own funeral to help those who will make decision for it after you are gone.  Forms will be provided to be kept at church so your wishes can be known to whoever is priest.

Attendance for last Sunday was 78.

REMEMBER IN PRAYER Laurel Adams, Peggy Brandes, Bonnie Camp, Mary Ann Clemmer, Violita Combs, Christina Connelly, James Connelly, Rachel Diver, Dick Donnelly, Carolyn DuClos, Susie Foley, Chris Foreman, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Tammy Gillig, Carolyn Grate, Tim & Patty Kerlin, Juli Lieb, Jeff Mobley, Don Mefford, Catherine Michael, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Bart Noll, Carol Postel, Ethel Reynolds, Doris Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, Les Stath, Marianne Sumners, Carol Sumney.

For those unable to worship with us:  Ed Brackmann, John Diver, Frances Krauskopf, Tom Kurtz, Gene Pettibone, Jim Trueblood, and Paul Wiseheart.

 

Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Jamie Stooky Ty Sumner

Announcements October 1

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Today the Daughters of the King welcome Betty Wiseheart as their newest member.  The Daughters are committed to a life of prayer and service.  God bless Betty as a new Daughter of the King.

 YOUTH CHOIR PRACTICE will be at 11:30 a.m. today.

 OIW meeting today at 12 noon.

 THERE WILL BE AN EVENING PRAYER SERVICE TONIGHT AT 5:30 p.m.

 FATHER DAN will be at a Clergy Retreat Monday – ½ day on Wednesday. 

WORSHIP meeting this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.

 MEN’S NIGHT OUT is this Thursday at 6:30 p.m…  They will be dining at Shorty’s Steak House, 127 Randolph, in Garrett, Indiana. 

FALL COOKOUT AND WEINER ROAST.  On Saturday October 14th at 5:30 pm at Marilyn Rafter’s house, a fall tradition continues.  Over the past few years Marilyn has been gracious to host this event.  It is always a lot of fun to have one last good cookout in the fall.  If you would like to offer any help then please talk to Marilyn.  Most importantly come on out and have fun!

 THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT:  The youth group would like to thank those who have supported their youth pilgrimage to London by purchasing “Yankee Candles.”   It has been a great success.  Although the catalog shopping has ended, you can still shop online and help us fund raise.   Online Shopping is available at www.yankeecandlefundraising.com. You would just enter our group number 999970675 in the start shopping box, then shop for catalog items and online exclusives. All online orders are subject to shipping charges and shipped directly to your house 2-4 weeks from the date of your order. Online shipping is available until December 31st. Perfect for all your holiday stocking stuffers.  If you have any questions about this fundraiser and how to have your purchase support a specific youth pilgrim then talk to Cindy Spice.

 PLEASE MAKE SURE TO TAKE YOUR NEWSLETTER TODAY WHICH IS ON SAME TABLE AS BULLETINS.  THANK YOU.

 NEW CHURCH MEMBER DIRECTORIES have been printed.  They are on the table in the narthex please take one.  For all that have e-mail you should have received one through your e-mail.

Address change for Mary Lansford: 

4653 Park Place Drive,

Fort Wayne, In 46845-6000

Phones home 260-484-9898, Cell 260-414-7919.

 

Attendance for last Sunday was 76.

 REMEMBER IN PRAYER Laurel Adams, Bruce Aulick, Peggy Brandes, Bonnie Camp, Mary Ann Clemmer, Violita Combs, Christina Connelly, James Connelly, Rachel Diver, Dick Donnelly, Carolyn DuClos, Susie Foley, Chris Foreman, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Tammy Gillig, Carolyn Grate, Jim and Becky Imhausen, George Imhausen. Tim & Patty Kerlin, Don Mefford, Catherine Michael, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Carol Postel, Doris Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, Tony and Carlen Trujillo, John and Sandra Svendsen, Marianne Sumners, Carol Sumney.

For those unable to worship with us:  Ed Brackmann, John Diver, Frances Krauskopf, Tom Kurtz, Gene Pettibone, Jim Trueblood, and Paul Wiseheart.

 

Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Ty Sumner

Announcements September 10

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 HELP THOSE IN NEED FROM HURRICANE HARVEY.  We have all seen the destruction down in Houston.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to them, and prayer is the most important thing.  If you would also like to help financially then I suggest two ways.  First, donate to Episcopal Relief and Development, our own national church disaster response organization at http://www.episcopalrelief.org/.  Second, there are also many reputable disaster response organizations like American Red Cross, Salvation Army, and Habitat for Humanity, our own Episcopal Relief and Development, and many more that can be found at https://www.nvoad.org/

USHERS MEETING today at 9:15 A.M.

Responsibilities of the ushers include greeting, handing out service leaflets, putting up the flags, ringing the bell, taking up the offering, and tidying up the pews after the service.  New ushers are always welcome.  All ushers are asked to attend this annual meeting.

 WE WELCOME BACK OUR CHOIR TODAY!

SUNDAY SCHOOL is back in session today.  Those attending class should meet in the Narthex each Sunday by 10:10 a.m. and youth will proceed in with the beginning procession of the service, return to the Narthex, and then continue on to Sunday school.

 YOUTH GROUP will begin today and be held every 2nd Sunday after church at noon with lunch provided, and every 4th Sunday of the month at 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m.  The group is open to all youth between 6 and 12 grades.  We are very excited about our upcoming events and are looking forward to welcoming several new faces this year.  If you have any questions about our group or any activities that we have planned please see Cindy Spice or Father Dan.

 LUNCH BUNCH will be going to the Quiet Corner Tea & Coffee   Room northeast of Churubusco this Tuesday, September 12th.  Lunch is scheduled for 12:30 PM.  If you would like a ride, the carpool will leave at 11:30 AM from the church.  A flyer is located on the bulletin board in the narthex for you to sign up and indicate your preference.  It is a nice, relaxed setting in the woods.  Please come and enjoy with us!

 FINANCE AND PROPERTY will meet this Tuesday at 6:00 p.m.

CHOIR PRACTICE will meet this Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.

YOUTH FUNDRAISER FOR LONDON:  We are partnering with Yankee Candle Fundraising to help our youth fund their pilgrimage to London next summer. Yankee Candle is the world’s #1 candle brand and they offer a wide range of premium candles, fragrances and décor items at a very wide range of prices. But the most important thing to know is that 40% of every sale goes to us!

Yankee Candle Fundraising offers two ways to shop- catalog and online. And we are asking you to help us achieve our goal. Yankee Candle products are perfect for anniversaries, hostess gifts, housewarmings, birthdays and many more occasions.

Catalog Shopping will be available after the 8:00 a.m. and before and after the 10:15 a.m. services every Sunday in September. We will have catalogs for you to see to help you chose the items that you need. All orders will be delivered by the first week in November.   Online Shopping is available at www.yankeecandlefundraising.com. You would just enter our group number 999970675 in the start shopping box. Then shop for catalog items and online exclusives. All online orders are subject to shipping charges and shipped directly to your house 2-4 weeks from the date of your order. Online shipping is available until December 31st. Perfect for all your holiday stocking stuffers.  If you have any questions about this fundraiser or our pilgrimage to London don’t hesitate to talk with Father Dan or Cindy Spice.  Thank you for all you do for our youth here at Saint Alban’s.

Attendance for last Sunday was 68.

REMEMBER IN PRAYER Laurel Adams, Carolyn Anthony, Bruce Aulick, Peggy Brandes, Bonnie Camp, Mary Ann Clemmer, Violita Combs, Christina Connelly, James Connelly, Rachel Diver, Dick Donnelly, Carolyn DuClos, Susie Foley, Chris Foreman, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Tammy Gillig, Carolyn Grate, Jim and Becky Imhausen, George Imhausen. Shirley Johnson, Tim & Patty Kerlin, Don Mefford, Catherine Michael, Carl Michael, Norma Michael, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Carol Postel, Doris Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Larry Shaw, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, Tony and Carlen Trujillo, John and Sandra Svendsen, Marianne Sumners, Carol Sumney, Bill and Carolyn Townsend.

For those unable to worship with us:  Ed Brackmann, John Diver, Frances Krauskopf, Tom Kurtz, Gene Pettibone, Jim Trueblood, and Paul Wiseheart.

 Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Ty Sumner

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 ALL WORSHIP MINISTRIES MEETING: All Ushers, LEMs, Servers, Crucifers and Lectors for both the 8:00 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. service are asked to attend this Worship Meeting today at 11:30 a.m. Please prayerfully consider attending this meeting. Our Sunday Services are the most important events in the life of our church. As leaders of our worship, everyone needs to know the part they serve in the sanctuary and beyond.

WEDNESDAY BIBLE GROUP will meet this week at 10:30.  Holy Eucharist will follow at noon.

 THANK YOU to everyone that has signed up for coffee hour.  Still need volunteers.

RESCUE MISSION is this Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

SAFE GUARDING GOD’S CHILDREN CLASS will be on Sunday, August 27 at noon. If you have been contacted to attend this then please do so. It is very important we make keeping our children safe a big priority.

 THE 2017-2018 SUNDAY SCHOOL YEAR will begin on Sunday, September 10.

All youth in grades kindergarten through 8th grade are welcome to attend class each week at 10:15.

Sunday school classes will be held in 2 classrooms divided by age groups.  Kindergarten-4th grade will be held in the Atrium and 5th-8th grade will be held in the classroom across from the office next to the youth group room.  The first Sunday of each month, chapel will be held in lieu of classroom time.  All Sunday school students will attend chapel. Chapel is located in the Atrium.

Those attending class should meet in the Narthex each Sunday by 10:10 a.m. and youth will proceed in with the beginning procession of the service, return to the Narthex and then continue on to Sunday school.

Teachers for Sunday school will be as follows: Kindergarten – 4th grades:  Christina Connelly, Melissa Townsend, and Janine Steinbrunner

 5th – 8th grades:  John Lorenzen, Erin Layden, and Vicki Irvine

Chapel: John Lorenzen.

If there are any questions, please text or call Janine Steinbrunner at 797-7598.

Attendance for last Sunday was 74.

REMEMBER IN PRAYER Laurel Adams, Carolyn Anthony, Peggy Brandes, Mary Ann Clemmer, Christina Connelly, James Connelly, John Diver, Rachel Diver, Dick Donnelly  Carolyn DuClos, Susie Foley, Chris Foreman, Ian Fox, Michael Fulk, Denise Frede, Tammy Gillig, Glen Grate, Jim and Becky Imhausen, George Imhausen. Shirley Johnson, Tim & Patty Kerlin, Tom Kurtz, Deb McMahan and Bruce Aulick, Don Mefford, Catherine Michael, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Carol Postel, Doris Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Larry Shaw, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, John and Sandra Svendsen, Carol Sumney, Bill and Carolyn Townsend, Wesley Stath-Tracy, Paul Wiseheart.

Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Ty Sumner

Announcements August 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 WE WELCOME The Rev. Betty Frolick as our celebrant and preacher today and pray for God’s blessing upon her proclamation of the Word and administering of the Sacrament. We also want to thank her for presiding over last week’s services.

FATHER LAYDEN IS ON VACATION UNTIL AUGUST 12.  Reverend Betty Frolick will Celebrate and preach today.    If you have a pastoral emergency please contact Debbie in the office at 485-8022 or Senior Warden Cindy Spice at 348-7061 and they will contact Reverend Betty or Father Tom Adamson.

 YOUTH CHOIR will meet today at 11:30 a.m.

 OIW Committee will meet today at 12:00 noon.

 THE LUNCH BUNCH will meet this Tuesday, August 8th at Downtown Hall’s on the deck at 11:00 a.m…  Farmer’s market on Barr Street is an added attraction.  Please sign the poster in the narthex.  If you need a ride or need to cancel your reservation, contact Anita at 449-9682.

 SAFE GUARDING GOD’S CHILDREN CLASS will be on Sunday, August 27 at noon.  If you have been contacted to attend this then please do so.  It is very important we make keeping our children safe a big priority.

ALL WORSHIP MINISTRIES MEETING:  All Ushers, LEMs, Servers, Crucifers and Lectors for both the 8:00 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. service are asked to attend this Worship Meeting on August 20 at 11:30 a.m.  Please prayerfully consider attending this meeting.  Our Sunday Services are the most important events in the life of our church.  As leaders of our worship, everyone needs to know the part they serve in the sanctuary and beyond.

NURSERY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:  There is a sign-up sheet for each Sunday, until the end of the year, on the bulletin board in the narthex.  We need two people for each Sunday.  Please sign your name next to the Sunday you want.

 CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS all have been sent out as of this week.  If you have not received it yet, please let the office know.  Thank you.

 Thank you to everyone that has signed up for coffee hour. We need volunteers for the rest of the month of August. 

 Attendance for last Sunday was 65.

REMEMBER IN PRAYER Clara, Melissa, Laurel Adams, Carolyn Anthony, Peggy Brandes, Mary Ann Clemmer, Christina Connelly, John Diver, Rachel Diver, Dick Donnelly  Susie Foley, Chris Foreman, Ian Fox, Denise Frede, Tammy Gillig, Glen Grate, Michael Grosjean, Shirley Johnson, Tim & Patty Kerlin, Tom Kurtz, Deb McMahan and Bruce Aulick, Don Mefford, Catherine Michael, Jim Morris, Debbie Nolan, Michelle Nolan, Carol Postel, Doris Sanxter, Tom Shadid, Larry Shaw, Cindy Spice, Rick Spice, Bill and Carolyn Townsend, Wesley Stath-Tracy, Paul Wiseheart.

Military: Kaylee Collins, Sean Collins, Daxton Demorest, Jeremy Faux, Dylan Frick, Adam Johns, Eric Lamberty, Matthew Michael, Ty Sumner