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Easter Drama– The Living Last Supper is being performed at Christian Life Center at 1590 Sumner Avenue, the end of Sumner Ave, closer to Bicentennial Hwy. It is a drama with music depicting the Last Supper. Each disciple comes to the front of the stage and tells his personal story in relation to Jesus. Jesus knows He will be betrayed and that is played out in the drama as they enjoy their last meal together. This is a well performed and emotionally charged production. Presentations are Wed. April 12th at 7:00 p.m. and again on Goof Friday, April 14th at 7:00 p.m. Communion will be served at this presentation. There is no cost for this event and a free will offering may be taken. The play lasts approximately 45 minutes. Christian Life Center is a multi– racial, age-diverse community committed to following Jesus in Spfld., MA and the lower Pioneer Valley. Their mission is to win people to Jesus, build them up in their faith and send them out to change the world. Last year, Tom and I attended this play and felt it was worth sharing this information with all. No disappointments here! Beth Z.

Empty Bowl Project– Palmer High School is sponsoring a project to benefit the Palmer Food Share and the Salvation Army. Stop in on Friday, April 18th, between 5:00-7:00 p.m. to the PHS cafeteria for a meal of Soup and Bread served in handcrafted ceramic bowls made by PHS students. Tickets are $20.00 for food and your choice of bowl. Additional meals only are $10, and bowls only are $10. Children 10 and under/$5.00 meal only, children under 3 are free. For more info check out www.emptybowls.net, or contact Beth Zelazo at red42_01069@yahoo.com.