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Chuck Obremski

Today was the annual Chuck Obremski golf tournament. For those of you who don't know, Chuck Obremski was the founding Pastor of Kindred Community Church. He was an incredible man of God who showed the love of Christ to others until the Lord took him home after fighting his battle with cancer. He taught me so much and still does through all of his sermons on Cd's. There is a website now up and running where you too will eventually be able to listen to his sermons. Go to for more info. After the tournament there was a nice dinner at the golf club which was great. Tim Salmon gave a great message and spoke about his friendship with Chuck and how he touched his life. I miss that man so much! Tonight there was also a raffle and silent auction that went on and.....I was a winner!!!!! I can't tell you how excited I was (and still am!!). I jumped out of my chair like no ones business and ran down screaming. I won a big and beautiful Dooney and Bourke purse. The best part was I only paid $20 in raffle tickets!! Woooo! Thank you Jesus! It was definitely time for a new purse. It is only a "thing" but I love it and am thankful for it! I will probably never be able to live my reaction down but I couldn't contain myself. Just a good thing we didn't win the flat panel, I probably would have broken my back all over from jumping up and down. Ok...that's it. Time to fill my new purse!

Sorry, I'm excited!


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