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Tradition of Giving album: Jones Chapel UMC delivers 100 meals

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One of the most active congregations anywhere is the dynamic Jones Chapel United Methodist Church, located between Gradyville and The Flatwoods at 2267 Jones Chapel Road, Columbia, KY. One of the church's great traditions serving the community is to prepare Holiday meals for people in the neighborhood. This year, nearly 100 ham and turkey meals were delivered. Terry Partin shared photos from the event, which included, also, the making of a record size banana pudding by Phyllis Firquin.



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Jones Chapel UMC Tradition of Giving: Support Staff



2011-12-21 - 2267 Jones Chapel Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Terry Partin.
There will always be those working behind the scenes to make any project a success. The Christmas Dinner Delivery for Jones Chapel Church is no exception. Pictured from left are support staff and delivery drivers Thaddeus Moon, Pastor Mike Moon, Devin Richard, Johnny Richard, Jamie Richard, Steve Willis, Jimmy Firquin, Joseph Parnell and Charlie Moon. -TERRY PARTIN

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Tradition of giving at Jones Chapel Church: And a record



2011-12-21 - Jones Chapel Church, 2267 Jones Chapel Road, Columbia, KY - Photo By Terry Partin. Jones Chapel UMS claims largest Banana Puddin' The Jones Chapel Christmas Dinner Delivery was the perfect opportunity for Phyliss Firquin to unveil Adair County's largest ever Banana Puddin'. While not revealing her recipe, Phyllis did comment that the Record Breaking Puddin' did contain Eighteen rather large eggs. - TERRY PARTIN
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