Agape House experiences some electrical problems
A recent power surge associated with a storm caused minor damage to the dishwasher, thermostats and emergency lights at Agape House of Vandalia. Each of these items is being checked and repaired. As a result of this problem, the board of directors, in its July 16 meeting, decided to make flashlights available in each guest room.
In other business, the manager reported 79 guests, including 17 children, had stayed at the house in June. Nicole Cropp, of Curryville, assisted by Alberta Cropp, stayed at the house during the manager’s vacation recently. Further assistance was given by Veanna Snodgrass and her family.
Prior to the meeting, the quarterly inspection of the premises was completed. Aside from a few minor issues, the house was found in excellent condition. Special commendation was made on the recent addition of flowers and yard ornaments at the rear entrance.
The next meeting will be held August 20 at 4 p.m. at the house.
In attendance were Anne Barnes, A. Cropp, Carlene Galloway, Karen Holbrook, Sterling Holbrook, Kay Robnett and V. Snodgrass.
Monetary gifts received in June include the following: Edgewood Baptist Church of Bowling Green; Bethlehem Baptist Church of Centralia; Ramsey Creek Baptist Church of Clarksville; Dayne Gienger of Columbia; Curryville Baptist Church; Loretta Hawes of Eureka; Farber Baptist Church and Gladys Williams of Farber; Grand Crossing Baptist Association of Fulton; David and Gail Pence of Richmond, Ky.; Lockewood Park Baptist Church and Friendship Baptist Church of Mexico; Mill Creek Baptist Church of Silex; Mary Scheffler of Leander, Texas; John Yost and Hopewell Baptist Church of Thompson; First Baptist Church of Troy; and Southside Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, and First Christian Church, all of Vandalia. Non-monetary gifts were received: toiletries by Curryville Presbyterian Women; and gift of service by Brian Snodgrass.