It’s a Knockout

THE streetreach area co-ordinator for the Green Pastures church in Galgorm are to hold an ‘it’s a knockout competition’ at Megaw Park on Friday 24th June.

Everyone welcome.

USA choir visit

Saturday 25th June sees the visit to Garryduff Presbyterian Church of the Senior and Bell Choirs from Zion Lutheran Church, Iowa City, USA.

This will be as part of a tour that the choirs are undertaking throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland. The concert begins at 7:30pm and admission is free. However, there will be a collection taken up at the end of the evening for the Cancer Research charity.

The connection between the choir and Garryduff Presbyterian church is with members of the Grundstad family who perform with the choir.

Their father was serving with the US Navy during WWII in Auckland, New Zealand and met his future wife, who had emigrated to there with her family from the Garryduff area. The choir members will also be spending some time in the Ballymoney area during their visit.

Car boots

TWO more car boot sales are being held by Roger and Val Denny on June 25 and July 30.

The events will take place at the Old Rectory, 263 Whitepark Road, Dunseverick, Bushmills from 9am to 1pm.

All the proceeds from the events will go to the Missions to Seafarers and the Samaritans.

Hot and cold refreshments will be available and home baking will be on sale.

There will also be the usual facilities and much more. So please come along and support these popular events. For more information call Roger or Val on 028 207 31771.

Moyle Market

Moyle Country Market will be held in Ballycastle Presbyterian Church Hall, on Saturday June 25, from 11am to 1pm.

There will be a large selection of home baked bread, savoury pies, quiches, cheesecakes, bread, scones, wheatens and sodas on sale. Jams and chutneys are also available, as are tasty cakes, biscuits and tray-bakes.

We also have a very popular and extensive range of hand made crafts available, i.e. jewelry, cards, painting, crochet, knitting and sewing.

In addition, there will be a wide variety of plants and herbs on sale. Christian Aid will be having a coffee morning in the Minor Hall across from the market - where teas and coffees will be served.

Admission to the market is free and everyone is very welcome. Free car-parking is also available at this event.