Senior Sunday Recognition Drive-In and Facebook Live – Sunday, May 31, 2020

“But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31 (NIV)

On behalf of the First United Methodist Church, congratulations! We are proud of you, Benjamin, Bethany and Ellie, and your accomplishments and wish you the best in your future endeavors! On Sunday, May 31, 2020, Benjamin, Bethany and Ellie will be honored during our 10am Drive-In and Facebook Live Worship Service. If you would like to send a card or gift to our seniors, please deliver to the church office by Noon on Friday, May 29, drop it in the black mailbox outside the Fellowship Hall or bring with you on Sunday to our Drive-In Worship Service.

Benjamin Galindo III

Benjamin Galindo III is the son of Ben and Tracie Galindo. His grandparents are Cathy Fox and the late Carlos of Center and Benjamin and Angelina Galindo of Seeley, CA. Benjamin is a member of the Class of 2020 at Center High School. He will graduate June 1st as an Honor Graduate and then will continue his studies at Stephen F. Austin State University, majoring in History. In high school, Benjamin was involved in many activities including National Honor Society, Band, UIL History, Advanced Placement Classes, College Credit Classes, The Lariat Newspaper, and advanced Social Studies.

Bethany Ann Kaluza

Bethany Ann Kaluza is the daughter of Nathan and Lynn Kaluza. Bethany is a member and honor graduate of the Class of 2020 at Center High School. She has been a chaparral for four years and lieutenant for one year. Bethany enjoys dance. Bethany was in FFA for three years and band for 6 years. Bethany has been accepted and will attend Sam Houston State University to major in criminal justice this fall.

Nina Elizabeth “Ellie” Walker

Nina Elizabeth “Ellie” Walker is the daughter of Duval Walker and Katrina Walker Campbell. Ellie is graduating from Center High School on June 1st and will be attending Lamar University to pursue a degree in theater. In high school, Ellie was involved in many activities, including marching in the Center Roughrider Band and theater.