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Last fling of summer

Philip and Angela Foster opened their home to some of the children in Providence UMC Children’s Ministries for a day of outside fun before the start of school. The kids enjoyed playing in the creek, climbing rocks, feeding chickens, swinging on rope and tire swings, eating figs straight out of the tree, and sharing a picnic lunch together.

Shown in photo (not in order) are Amy Burnett, Michael Burnett, Grace Burnett, Henry Burnett, Jennifer Dixon, Michael Dixon, Hannah Dixon, Lily Dixon, Angela Foster, Hunter Fowler, Cathy Fralish, Angela Heick, Ben Heick, Madeline Heick, Zan Heick, Lindsay Hepler, Hayley Hepler, Emma Grace Hepler, Caleb Hepler, Deidre Jones, Riley Jones, Peyton Jones, Sabrina Klinker, Cassie Klinker, Sylwia Murdock, Alaina Murdock, Diane Swaney, Andrew Villars, Gavin Wert, William Wert, Gina Wood, Ella Wood, and Sarah Wood. Not pictured: Philip Foster and Jeff Klinker. Photo/Special.

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