Feb. 26 services canceled due to power outage
The Session decided that because of the ongoing power outage at KPC, services for Sunday, Feb. 26, will be canceled.
Services will resume on March 5, and the Session will reschedule the congregational meeting in a few weeks.
While power is being restored to much of Kelseyville and the surrounding areas, the continuing outage affecting the church is due to the large tree in front of Friendship Hall splitting and falling into the transformer on the street corner.
A PG&E crew on scene Saturday said it would be fixed, but not today.
Special thanks to Mike Brown for going by and cleaning up the fallen tree.
PG&E reported that as of 1:30 p.m. Saturday, approximately 19,300 customers remained without power in Lake County. In the past 24 hours, PG&E has restored service to approximately 12,000 Lake County customers.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church at 707-279-1104.
Christmas Day dinner planned
Kelseyville residents Angela Carter and Rob Brown to invite all senior citizens of Kelseyville to a Christmas dinner.
The dinner will be provided by them along with a generous donation of time by their family and friends, including local full service caterer Rosey Cooks Gourmet Catering, members of the Kelseyville Presbyterian Church, and Julianne Carter to play festive Christmas music on piano.
Ham, potatoes, vegetables, rolls and pumpkin pie will be served at the Presbyterian Church, located at 5340 Third St. in Kelseyville from 3 to 6 p.m. on Christmas day.
All seniors in the Kelseyville area are welcome to drop by to enjoy a meal at the Friendship Hall or local delivery will be available as well if you are unable to join us.
Meals will also be delivered curbside to any Kelseyville seniors who wish to pick one up to take home and enjoy.
Please contact us by phone at 707-349-2628 or by email at email@example.com to reserve your meal.