Fifty Years At Perry Hill - Poem by JOHNNY COBB
Fifty years have come and gone
Since we founded Perry Hill.
Seeing friends from long ago
Was such a homecoming thrill.
Several dozen volunteers
Worked so hard to spruce up the place.
Two hundred people came that day
To experience God's rich grace.
We came an hour earlier
To talk and laugh and reminisce.
So good to see these folks again
Shake hands, hugs or a cheeky kiss.
Former members of the Living Love choir
Touched our hearts with 'He's Everything To Me'.
The preacher had our full attention
With the message: Thanks for the Memories.
Head downstairs to the fellowship hall
For a wonderful covered dish lunch.
Get reacquainted with neighbors and friends.
We are a genuinely blessed bunch!
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