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Faith

Cold-blooded creatures visit UMC of Plano

“Bubba” the alligator, snakes, monitor, and a tortoise did not disappoint the standing-room-only crowd at the “Cold-Blooded Creature” presentation by Jim Nesci held at the United Methodist Church of Plano on Feb. 4. Nesci and his reptiles performed demonstrations, allowed hands-on participation, and told humorous stories about the reptile adventures. Pictured is “Bubba,” a 250-pound alligator who performs to Nesci’s commands to the delight of the audience. Stay tuned as Nesci and his creatures will be back later in the year. In the meantime, join church members for worship at 10:30 a.m. Sundays at 219 N. Hale St. with Pastor Stevan Saunders. KIDS ZONE and Sunday School for all ages is from 9 to 10:15 a.m. on Sunday mornings. For further information, call the United Methodist Church of Plano office at 630-552-3700.
“Bubba” the alligator, snakes, monitor, and a tortoise did not disappoint the standing-room-only crowd at the “Cold-Blooded Creature” presentation by Jim Nesci held at the United Methodist Church of Plano on Feb. 4. Nesci and his reptiles performed demonstrations, allowed hands-on participation, and told humorous stories about the reptile adventures. Pictured is “Bubba,” a 250-pound alligator who performs to Nesci’s commands to the delight of the audience. Stay tuned as Nesci and his creatures will be back later in the year. In the meantime, join church members for worship at 10:30 a.m. Sundays at 219 N. Hale St. with Pastor Stevan Saunders. KIDS ZONE and Sunday School for all ages is from 9 to 10:15 a.m. on Sunday mornings. For further information, call the United Methodist Church of Plano office at 630-552-3700.

“Bubba” the alligator, snakes, monitor, and a tortoise did not disappoint the standing-room-only crowd at the “Cold-Blooded Creature” presentation by Jim Nesci held at the United Methodist Church of Plano on Feb. 4. Nesci and his reptiles performed demonstrations, allowed hands-on participation, and told humorous stories about the reptile adventures. Pictured is “Bubba,” a 250-pound alligator who performs to Nesci’s commands to the delight of the audience. Stay tuned as Nesci and his creatures will be back later in the year. In the meantime, join church members for worship at 10:30 a.m. Sundays at 219 N. Hale St. with Pastor Stevan Saunders. KIDS ZONE and Sunday School for all ages is from 9 to 10:15 a.m. on Sunday mornings. For further information, call the United Methodist Church of Plano office at 630-552-3700.

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