Golden Agers celebrated


Bachman Chapel Lutheran Church celebrated its Golden Age/Homecoming on Aug. 7. Golden Agers present for the day were, seated left to right, Lewis Metts, George Kinard, Patsy Sligh and Kathleen Crumpton. Second row are Mary Metts and Kathryn Link. Third row are Bobbie Sides, Doroty Nell Fulmer and Estelle Harmon. Fourth row are Eldred Amick, Evelyn Amick, the Rev. Floyd Sides, Mary Kinard, Eva Mae Somers, Hazel Wicker, Betty Kibler, guest pastor the Rev. James F. Shealy and Leland Kibler.


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Bachman Chapel Lutheran Church celebrated its Golden Age/Homecoming on Aug. 7. Golden Agers present for the day were, seated left to right, Lewis Metts, George Kinard, Patsy Sligh and Kathleen Crumpton. Second row are Mary Metts and Kathryn Link. Third row are Bobbie Sides, Doroty Nell Fulmer and Estelle Harmon. Fourth row are Eldred Amick, Evelyn Amick, the Rev. Floyd Sides, Mary Kinard, Eva Mae Somers, Hazel Wicker, Betty Kibler, guest pastor the Rev. James F. Shealy and Leland Kibler.

Bachman Chapel Lutheran Church celebrated its Golden Age/Homecoming on Aug. 7. Golden Agers present for the day were, seated left to right, Lewis Metts, George Kinard, Patsy Sligh and Kathleen Crumpton. Second row are Mary Metts and Kathryn Link. Third row are Bobbie Sides, Doroty Nell Fulmer and Estelle Harmon. Fourth row are Eldred Amick, Evelyn Amick, the Rev. Floyd Sides, Mary Kinard, Eva Mae Somers, Hazel Wicker, Betty Kibler, guest pastor the Rev. James F. Shealy and Leland Kibler.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Golden-Agers.jpgBachman Chapel Lutheran Church celebrated its Golden Age/Homecoming on Aug. 7. Golden Agers present for the day were, seated left to right, Lewis Metts, George Kinard, Patsy Sligh and Kathleen Crumpton. Second row are Mary Metts and Kathryn Link. Third row are Bobbie Sides, Doroty Nell Fulmer and Estelle Harmon. Fourth row are Eldred Amick, Evelyn Amick, the Rev. Floyd Sides, Mary Kinard, Eva Mae Somers, Hazel Wicker, Betty Kibler, guest pastor the Rev. James F. Shealy and Leland Kibler. Courtesy photo
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