No. 11 for Grandpa


The Presbyterian Church of Wilmington held a Harvest Festival on Sunday afternoon for church members and the community. Pat Wallace, right foreground, and Jamie Norris (out of view) were stationed at the face- and hand-painting table. Cousins Rylee Long, seated on left, and Ava Long wanted to get the number “11” painted on their faces as a tribute to their grandfather Walt Long. When he played sports at Wilmington High School, his jerseys bore the number 11. Wallace utilizes a sheet with cutout number patterns and paints of school colors. The event also had kids crafts, horse-drawn wagon rides around the neighborhood and lots of carry-in food.


The Presbyterian Church of Wilmington held a Harvest Festival on Sunday afternoon for church members and the community. Pat Wallace, right foreground, and Jamie Norris (out of view) were stationed at the face- and hand-painting table. Cousins Rylee Long, seated on left, and Ava Long wanted to get the number “11” painted on their faces as a tribute to their grandfather Walt Long. When he played sports at Wilmington High School, his jerseys bore the number 11. Wallace utilizes a sheet with cutout number patterns and paints of school colors. The event also had kids crafts, horse-drawn wagon rides around the neighborhood and lots of carry-in food.

The Presbyterian Church of Wilmington held a Harvest Festival on Sunday afternoon for church members and the community. Pat Wallace, right foreground, and Jamie Norris (out of view) were stationed at the face- and hand-painting table. Cousins Rylee Long, seated on left, and Ava Long wanted to get the number “11” painted on their faces as a tribute to their grandfather Walt Long. When he played sports at Wilmington High School, his jerseys bore the number 11. Wallace utilizes a sheet with cutout number patterns and paints of school colors. The event also had kids crafts, horse-drawn wagon rides around the neighborhood and lots of carry-in food.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_no.11.presb_f.jpgThe Presbyterian Church of Wilmington held a Harvest Festival on Sunday afternoon for church members and the community. Pat Wallace, right foreground, and Jamie Norris (out of view) were stationed at the face- and hand-painting table. Cousins Rylee Long, seated on left, and Ava Long wanted to get the number “11” painted on their faces as a tribute to their grandfather Walt Long. When he played sports at Wilmington High School, his jerseys bore the number 11. Wallace utilizes a sheet with cutout number patterns and paints of school colors. The event also had kids crafts, horse-drawn wagon rides around the neighborhood and lots of carry-in food.
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