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VBS at Cowboy Fellowship


VBS at Cowboy Fellowship
Children ready to join the fun for Adventures on Promise Island next week include Ariana Coolidge, first grade; Kaitlyn Powell, third grade; Jordan Swedoski, second grade; and Austin Swedoski, third grade.


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Cowboy Fellowship of Atascosa County will host “Adventures on Promise Island” as part of their Summer Blast activities. Kids will discover God’s lifesaving love and learn about five promises that God made with stories, songs, snacks, and crafts.

The fun will be Monday through Friday, July 16-20, from 6-8:30 p.m. Children who are entering kindergarten (age 5 by Sept. 1) up to completed sixth grade are welcome to come.

Each day at Seaside Celebration, everyone will participate in music, skits, and more as they are introduced to one of God’s promises. At Lifeguard Lagoon, kids will participate in Bible stories. At Project Pointe, there will be a variety of creative crafts and purposeful projects to remind them of God’s lifesaving love. Kids will go to Coconut Café and Fun Time Falls for snacks and games each day, too.

Sign up at www.cowboyfellowshipkids.org or call Adam at 830-769-3733 for more information.

Cowboy Fellowship is located at 531 F.M. 3350 between Pleasanton and Jourdanton.
 

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