Getting involved in your community by volunteering, joining a club and meeting new people, or even learning a new hobby is a big part of living a healthy lifestyle.
Check out these groups and events for all ages hosted locally by Colonial Woods Missionary Church.
LADIES: THE 11th annual Lydia Prayer Tea is coming up at Colonial Woods Missionary Church on Saturday, May 4th from 11:30-1:30. The next opportunity to buy tickets will be Sunday, April 28th at the church. The ticket price is $7.00.
Sharyl Lasky was born in the Port Huron-Marysville area and has lived there her entire life. She graduated from Port Huron High School and Port Huron Junior College. Working in a family owned business for 27 years she gained experience in accounting and sales. She has attended Colonial Woods Missionary Church since 1988. She is currently involved in the choir, a quilting group, plus a home Bible study. At one time she was, for many years, on the Women’s Ministry committee. She is blessed to be a mom to two sons and Mema to three grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
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