Due to health concerns with the coronavirus (COVID-19), the March 31st Community Dinner is cancelled. We hope and pray that we will be able to resume again in April. For more information about FPCL’s Community Dinner please go HERE
February’s Community Dinner was a great success in spite of the high winds that blew down our banner. We had over 50 guests including a few more children than past dinners. One of our volunteers gifted Ruth, our head cook, with the new Chef jacket! It was a great hit and the guests and children […]
On Friday, January 31st FPCL hosting a FUN Parents Night Out for FPCL children and children in the community! This is a great opportunity for kids to come enjoy an evening of fun, while parents enjoy an evening to themselves! Kids enjoyed creating colorful shaving cream works of art, playing an epic game of SORRY! […]
16 energetic children and youth enjoyed an evening of silly games, laughter, and fellowship at the Parents Night Out on December 13th! They had fun making “Gingerbread Houses”, playing “Pin-the-Nose-on-Rudolph”, having a “Snow Shoveling Contest”, and watching a Christmas classic – How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Thank you to all the dedicated volunteers that made […]
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35 people attended game night on January 4th, and spanned multiple generations! We had a wonderful time of laughs and cheers, and are planning another game night soon! Keep an eye out for upcoming info, and plan to join us for the next night of frivolity, fellowship, and FUN!
Despite the cold temperatures and the day being moved to a Monday, the December Community Dinner was well attended with approximately 60 guests. The menu of Christmas casserole, orange cranberry salad and a tossed green salad received rave reviews from those that attended. It has become a December favorite for many years now. Comments included […]
Every year First Pres provides a full meal on Thanksgiving to those in our community. Volunteers pack a full meal in a sack, and other volunteers deliver the meals directly to shut-ins, home-bound, or others in our community who are unable to leave their home. This year we cooked 375 pounds of turkey, had 82 […]