Saturday, July 15, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Led by Floyd Miller Registration required by July 8 to Helene Hoover, 574-522-7430 or firstname.lastname@example.org
8:30 a.m. – Bus and carpool transportation leaves from Newcomer Center parking lot at Goshen College, $5 donation
9 a.m. – Meet at Townline Mennonite Church, 2165 South 1000 West, Shipshewana IN 46565
Visit library and interesting schools, farms, businesses, shops, and the Northern Indiana Amish Library.
12 noon – Lunch at the Floyd and Katie Miller home ($12) – please reserve in advance.
1 p.m. – Tour continues.
3:30 p.m. – Return to Townline Mennonite Church.
Since we need to know the number of people who will use the bus and/or enjoy the meal at the Millers, please register your intention to participate by calling Helene Hoover at 574-522-7430 by July 8, or email email@example.com.
Where: Yellow Creek Mennonite Church (64901 CR 11, Goshen, IN)
The meeting will be held in “The Cabin,” a separate building north of the main church building. Be sure to park in the lot north of the church building to enter The Cabin there.
8:30 – Coffee, registration and set-up for used book exchange
Place books on tables prior to business meeting
9:15 – Business meeting
9:45 – Rich Preheim on In Pursuit of Faithfulness, his history of the Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference
10:45 – Refreshments
10:45 to noon – sale of used Anabaptist and local history books
Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference History
Rich Preheim recently completed a history of Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference. In Pursuit of Faithfulness: Conviction, Conflict and Compromise in the Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference was published by MennoMedia. Preheim will discuss themes from his book.
Used Book Exchange Instructions
Place a 3×5 index card or paper slip in each book, in advance of arriving, if possible:
Then, the money will go to you.
But if you want the money to go to:
NIAL (Northern Indiana Amish Library)
Then also write those initials at the bottom of the card.
Price must be in dollar bills, NOT any coins.
Bundle books if you need to create a $1 item.
Keep price low to encourage exchange.
At the end of the morning, 11:45, collect money and/or leftover books.
You may want to offer leftover books to Northern Indiana Amish Library or Mennonite Historical Library.