Southeast seventh-day adventist church Cleveland, OH
Social Committee
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As members of the Social Committee, our desire is to see Church members some closer together by enjoy Christian fellowship.

 

It is our intention to plan social events throughout the year that provide opportunities to meet with and enjoy each other’s company and to support the idea of community within the Church.

 

Click through the tabs below to see a few Social Events that have taken place over the years.

 

As members of the Social Committee, our desire is to see Church members some closer together by enjoy Christian fellowship.

 

It is our intention to plan social events throughout the year that provide opportunities to meet with and enjoy each other’s company and to support the idea of community within the Church.

 

Click through the tabs below to see a few Social Events that have taken place over the years.

 

Winter Gala

Members, family and friends of Southeast were treated to a festive winter gala at Our Lady of Perpetual Help.    This holiday event was enjoyed by all who attended and everyone was treated to good food, music, poetry and Christian comedy.  

 

A very special thank you is extended to the planners of this event, Kaye Gilleylen and Denise Brooks, along with their assistants Shirley Boger and Dawn Carter.  

 

A special thank you also goes out to Pastor Jerome Hurst and Lady Carolyn Hurst. 

 

The evening was a huge success and additional thanks is extended to those who participated: Steven Fowler, pianist; Myron Gardner, drummer and David Harp, guitarist.  Also lending to the afternoon's festivities were Rev. Timothy Eppinger, who served as the Master of Ceremonies; Lucretia Bolden, soloist and Tiffany Evans, poetess.    Jay Stevens provided more than thirty minutes of good Christian comedy.   This was a gala to remember and everyone there enjoyed the food, fellowship and entertainment. This was truly an afternoon to remember. 

 

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Toboggan

Excitement was in the air as brave hearted Southeast members travelled to the Chalet Metroparks toboggan Chutes Strongsville Ohio in search of a winter thrill. The young and young at heart endured chilly temp, long lines and a 124 steep stairway to the top of the toboggan drop.

 

More than 40 Southeast members took in the fun on Sunday. There were ten or more who travelled in the Southeast van, driven by co-Head deacon, Gary King.

 

The day began in prayer as a small group, a caravan of five vehicles met in the Southeast parking lot. It was hard to say who was the most excited, the youth, the adults or those who accompanied them, to cheer them on. Afterwards, everyone gathered in the chalet for hot chocolate and fellowship.

 

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Zip City

 The Southeast Social Committee sponsored a social event “Zip City”, the indoor Trampoline Park located in Streetsboro Ohio. Over 50 people were in attendance including children, young adults and adults young at heart. Everyone had an amazing experience as they propelled down 220 feet of zip line, traveling speeds of up to 20 mph. You just couldn’t get enough.

 

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Another main attraction that generated a lot of attention was the trampoline foam pit. While it looked easy and inviting, it was very deceiving, which became apparent when the young at heart, such as Gary King Sr. and Daryl Carter Sr., took on the amazing challenge of sky dive and found it a little tricky getting out.

 

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On the other end of the park several group members had fun playing trampoline dodge ball which consisted of 20 players (10 vs 10), kids of all ages were playing alongside the bigger kids using the safe, soft, foam dodge balls. Those who didn’t play dodge ball just enjoyed themselves bouncing around on several available trampolines.

 

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For the sports fans who were worried about missing the Browns game, they were able to lounge and watch the game on flat screen TV’s. Parents and supporters were able to relax in the Sky Lounge that overlooked the Trampoline and Zipline areas, and watch everyone “have a blast”.

 

Thank you, Dawn Carter and the Social Committee for your diligence and hard work in preparing for this event. Each and every person who attended had a wonderful time.

 

 


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Southeast Seventh-Day
Adventist Church

16602 Tarkington Ave.
Cleveland OH 44128

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