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Love You to the Moon and Back

By Staff | Mar 7, 2019
PHOTO PROVIDED LOGOS children attempting the spoon hanging challenge.
PHOTO PROVIDED Andy Sullivan, Nathan Ames, Holly Patton-Roark, Audrey Mulka, Pierce Padgett and Siena Lodwick take part in a conga line.
PHOTO PROVIDED Pace Padgett, Isla Mendez and Isabelle Quillen show off their red for Valentine’s Day.
PHOTO PROVIDED Kieran Kerscher and Sunny Plassard play corn hole during recreation time.

On Feb. 13, Sanibel Community Church’s LOGOS children celebrated Valentine’s Day with a Love You to the Moon and Back theme. The youth created Valentines for their mothers and enjoyed a family dinner with pasta and marinara sauce and a sugar cookie. Their recreation time included throwing moon rocks into craters – like corn hole. The night’s challenge was spoon hanging. The winner was fifth-grader Anna Anderson-Kilgore. The students had to lift an arm or balance on one leg, while keeping a spoon hanging on their nose. The night ended with a conga line. Open to pre-kindergarteners to fifth-graders, LOGOS meets on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 6:45 p.m. at the church, at 1740 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel. For more information, contact Holly Patton-Roark at 239-472-2684.