Celebrate the 12th day of Christmas at the Church of the Good Shepherd

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Ready to play some games?

  Family Game Night: A wonderful tradition that Good Shepherd Church wants to honor.  Some may remember game nights — multiple generations huddled over Monopoly or Clue or a good game of cards. Grandpa claiming Boardwalk and Granddaughter learning to plot a strategy. Mrs. Peacock in the library with a candlestick! 

  And Good Shepherd also wants to honor the 12 days of Christmas – the 12 days that START on Dec. 25 and continue to 12th night on Jan. 5. So Good Shepherd Church, at the bottom of school hill, is hosting a 12th night party to include soup and sandwiches and a different table game on every table. 

  Saturday night, 6 p.m. at the tall A-frame church. Bring your family’s favorite game too, and join in a good ole fashioned family game night. If you want to bring a table snack, that would be OK, too. All are welcome.

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