We even cleaned the inside...with a smile, too!
Friends of Sunny Hills Youth Group await their turn, while enjoying the fellowship of friends, neighbors and visitors.
Visitors from as far away as Texas enjoyed the fun and the fellowship, as well as a sparkling clean truck!
Everyone was welcome (to lend a hand).
No car was too small.  No truck was too big.  We cleaned them all.
Putting a clean shine on a 1978 American muscle car!
Washing a member's car with a song.
Some of our kids, and some of our kids at heart.
SHY Car Wash.  April 10, 2010
Vacation Bible School, 2009
Thanksgiving, 2010.
Three 8' tables were barely enough to hold all the food.
"Decisions, decisions, decisions!"
Nobody goes away hungry!
Good food, good fellowship, and the spirit of thanksgiving on this day of Thanksgiving.
...after the feast, it's time to ring in the Christmas season by decorating the Christmas tree in Fellowship Hall.
Thanksgiving, 2010
Zoe reads from Scripture.
Zane welcomes members and friends to Youth Sunday, 2010.
In his message titled "Such a Time as Now", Zane speaks of the value of the presence of children in a church, and what a Youth Group can achieve.
Members of S.H.Y (Seniors Helping Youth) present Zane with a special birthday cupcake in honor of his 14th birthday.  (The camera was shooting pictures wildly at this point.  It's a setting that the photographer didn't know existed.)
A birthday cake for one.
Cake decorating by Jim Norton.
Youth Sunday, 2010 -- a special service provided by members of S.H.Y. 
Pastor Ken Kelley provided his own private recipe pork rub.
"This might be enough!"
Kitchen work isn't always a drag.  Workers get to sample!
Tommy and Jim pulling pork.
A quieter time in the kitchen.
Kitchen workers doing their part.
These tables will be covered with food.  As always, nobody goes away hungry.
With only minutes to go, the people are arriving.
Pork BBQ  May 8, 2010
July 4, 2010 -- Heritage Sunday  (Ignore dates on photos.)
"Christmas in the Round"  December 5, 2010
Pastor Ken Kelley in Civil War attire talks with a member in his office.
Bob Cook greets today's membes and visitors in a "Westward Ho" style.
Ruth Cook will be joining husband Bob in their travels west in search of gold!
Brigitte Dykes reflects on her Mississippi summer days.
An 18th Century organist playing an example of 20th Century technology
Is that Ben Franklin at the organ?
Pastor Ken Kelley is a Civil War Confederate soldier.
Soldier Pastor Ken and his lady, Leslie.
Polly stops to greet people entering Fellowship Hall
Sandy is a right proper Southern lady.
Jim Norton in Ben Franklin styled 18th Century attire.
Neena, our youngest member.
3768 Country Club Blvd. s Sunny Hills, FL 32428 s Tel: (850) 773-3211 s Jack Homoney, Pastor
Sunny Hills
Presbyterian Church
ECO (A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians)
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