S: Heritage Christian Academy 2010-2011
BC: Heritage Christian Academy is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Lady Lake.
FC: 2010-2011 | Heritage Christian Academy | A Masterpiece in the hands of the Master being molded into a vessel usable for His work. | ecoming children who strive to honor the Lord.
1: The students and staff of Heritage Christian Academy want to say a special thanks to the members of First Baptist Church of Lady Lake for letting the school us the church facility. Without you our school would not be possible.Thank you for your sacrifice and support for our school. Thank you for your prayers. They are very much appreciated. Without your prayers the school would not be what it is. Please continue to pray for the growth of the school. Not only in numbers but the academic and spiritual growth of all involved. We thank you for allowing us to use your building. I hope that the school is a blessing to you as well.
2: Dedicatee | This year our book is dedicated to a very special lady. She has sacrificially given of her time to invest in Heritage Christian Academy. It can be truthfully said that the school would not be what it is without her influence. She selflessly gives her all into making this a successful school. She shows love and kindness to each student and is encouragement to those around her. The dedication and determination that she has put forth is worthy of notice. That is why this year the Heritage Christian Academy Yearbook is dedicated to Kim Popkin. As one of the founders of the school her influence has been great. Because of her education and training her "know how" has contributed much. | She lovingly but firmly demonstrates a good example of good discipline and constructive critiques. She is always willing to lend a hand when she can. She is always ready to offer advice in any situation. She is loved by all.
3: She leads her Bible class in the song they are learning for that unit. | smile you two. | Well, we all lose it sometimes :) | She starts each morning by leading the school in pledges and singing. | Abbie and Mrs. Popkin lead singing together. | Mrs. Popkin teaching Heritage Studies to Kayla and Mari-Lyn. | Never a dull moment.
4: Special | Heritage Christian Academy depends on volunteers. Many people have given of their time to help in the school. | Lucille Fusco is one of our faithful volunteers. She works mainly with our 3rd graders and is a great help. | Mrs. Fusco listens as Becca tells her about a book. | Mrs. Fusco tries to figure out one of the puzzling computer games. | Handy binoculars in hand, Lucille is our recess scout. | Lucille sits with the Kindergarten class | "Some mice for your cats"
5: Thanks | Rachael Umland is our other regular volunteer. She works with the 4th-7th graders, makes copies, and helps with whatever else needs done. | Mrs. Umland helps Gabe with a perplexing problem. | Puzzle buddies | Two of our favorite ladies. | Rachael's cheerful smile fills the halls of Heritage Christian Academy. | Rachael helps by passing out spoons at snack, and helps with Trevor's art project.
6: Missions | Matias and Christine Espinel missionaries to Uruguay | Dr. Russel and Mamie Bell mission representatives for World Wide New Testament Baptist Missions | Chris and Rose-Marie Blumer missionaries to Peru | Dr. Wendell and Joan Caulder Local Church Evangelism
7: This is Heritage Christian Academy's second school year, and it has been a great one. We have been blessed with a new location which gives us more room and less chaos. Although we know that things will not always be easy, God has blessed us with great students and helpers. | Before we go into this year's exciting adventures, achievements, and accomplishments, we want to take a few pages to look back at some things from last year that were not able to make it in the yearbook. We had the privilege of sharing our end of the year program with family, friends, and the church family of First Baptist Church of Lady Lake. Now we would like to share it with you again. I hope you enjoy as we relive the end of the year Graduation and Awards Ceremony Program.
8: Set the stage. The show is about to start!!! | The Befuddled Nursery Rhyme was the end of the school play. The story of the three little pigs who get themselves in all kinds of trouble. One runs into Little Red Riding Hood. One runs into the Three Bears, and the last on has some trouble with Little Bo Peep. All their trouble makes for a very interesting story. | Let's not forget about Props! He was in charge of all props needed, and you never know what he was going to have on his head next. | Jr as the brick guy who needed a little help telling time. Fortunately for him the piglets had learned how to tell time in school that year. | Kayla as Little Bo Peep who decided pigs were for her.
9: Becca was one of the narrators and doubled as Little Miss Muffet. | Katie played the part of the frustrated director. Hey if your cast kept rewriting the script, you would | Haley was very convincing as the big bad wolf. | Christopher was one of the king's men who assisted in the attempt to put Humpty Dumpty back together. | Kerrigan, Abbie, and Riley starred as the three little pigs! | Riley and Abbie sing to the crowd. | be too. | In defending the pigs, Christopher nearly takes off Haley's head.
10: Awards and Graduation!!!
11: Pastor Ed and Kim Popkin were in charge of presenting the awards. | Allison Brooks presented yearbooks to Dr. Paul, Janice Sulkey, and Mr. and Mrs. Contos. | Our Kindergarten Graduates
12: HCA's 2nd School Year!!! | Keagan and Trevor's first day of school.
13: Mrs. Popkin rings the bell and Katie and Jr dash from their seats to get in line for snack!! | Just look at them. The first day of school and already working hard. Aren't these great kids :)! | LUNCH :) | Line Up
14: Chapel | Dr. Paul is the school administrator and regular chapel speaker. | Pastor Ed is our P.E. teacher and a regular speaker. He has been focusing in Proverbs on the wise and the foolish man. | Dr. Caulder | They listen intently.
15: Heritage Christian Academy offers daily chapel as well as Bible class. We have a number of different speakers come and speak to the students. | Mr. Blumer | Singing is also a part of chapel. They sing some fun songs with great themes
16: The school field trip to Silver Springs was a lot of fun. There were a lot of interesting things to see! | Just who do they think they are? | Trevor knows exactly where we are going! | Albino | tweet tweet | Trevor know exactly where to go.
17: Be careful, they spit! | Interesting fact: Did you know that a female tarantula will kill the male after they mate. Not only that, but if he happens to get away, she will track him down up to two miles a way. | Catfish through the glass bottom boats | Just hangin' around | Hello!
18: Sea World | Seamore and Clyde | They fly through the air with the greatest of ease.
19: Journey to Atlantis | Shamu
20: A circle | They all have a great time together. We are a big happy family! | Jesse looks down through the glass bottom boats | We love to build each other up.
21: of friends | Their smiles can brighten any bad day :)
22: dear time | Sometimes the students have a quiet reading time. We call this DEAR time. Drop Everything And Read Students enjoy spending time with many different kinds of books. | Reading opens the doors to many adventures.
24: The kids practice hard for their Thanksgiving program.
25: Have to get those motions down just right. Looks like you are doing well, Abbie.
26: Science!!! | Here wormy wormy!!! | Dissection One student's fun is another ones bleck. | Just a warning-this page is not for the weak of heart | Unfortunately I don't think your mouth to mouth is going to revive the frog, Jr. | I'm out guys | Didn't we sign up for that science class? | Frog legs anyone?
27: Our Plants | Haley grew a very large cucumber. | We have green beans grown by Abbie, Gabe, and Mrs. Popkin. | Chamomile grown by Gabe. | Flowers are not in short supply in our beautiful garden. Morning Glories, Marigolds, Sunflowers, foxgloves, and Cup and Saucers grow beautifully. | Tomatoes grown by Mari-Lyn and Kayla.
28: Students and staff | H e r i t a g e | C h r i s t i a n | A c a d e m y
29: Staff | Rev. Ed Popkin Physical Education | Allison Brooks and Kim Popkin Teachers | David Collette Music | Dr. Paul Harsh Administrator
30: Kindergarten | Keagan P. Bell | Trevor J. Lewis
31: Hats | Galore | Keagan | Trevor | Keagan and Trevor, It has been great watching you grow. I am looking forward to seeing you both next year. We love you!
32: J. Riley Collette | Abigail J. Fletcher | 1st Grade
33: You both did such a great job this year. It has been a pleasure working with you in 1st grade this year. Have a great summer. We love you both! | Abbie and Riley,
34: 2nd Grade | Kerrigan S. Bell
35: Kerrigan, You are a joy to teach. You are a hard worker and a bright girl. Keep smiling that beautiful smile. We love you.
36: 3rd Grade | Jesse S. Anderson | Rebecca F. Popkin | stick'em up | Becca and Jesse, You have been great to work with. You both add a sense of fun an excitement to the day. You both have bright futures ahead of you. Work hard and do your best in everything you do and God with help you go far. You are very special. We love you.
37: Oh goody goody goody | What's he up to now?
38: Gabriel S. Collette
39: Gabe, You are a cheerful and bright young boy. It has been great working with you this year. Have a great summer. We love you!
40: 5th | Grade | Mari-Lyn H. Tyer | Kayla M. Popkin
41: Kayla and Mari-Lyn, You are two very sweet girls. We have enjoyed everyday that we have worked with you. We love you both.
42: Haley N. Emore
43: Haley, We enjoy the privilege of having you in school with us. Thank you for your friendliness to everyone.
44: A. A. Crosby, JR | Kathryn J. Popkin | 7th Grade
45: Jr and Katie, You two have set a good example for the rest of the students this year. We are proud of you and we love you.
46: Physical Education | Always start with your stretches!! | One of the favorite things in PE is the obstacle course. It is a strenuous and challenging course that tests the skill and agility of all the students. | First, around the corner and under the stage (this was a little more challenging for the older ones). | Second, plow through the big blue mats and continue under the table. | Next, the dreaded hoops. Don't be fooled it's not as easy as it looks. | Then, through the tire ring
47: Finally, up the stairs, grab a cone, and run back through the doorway to complete the course. | Only one fatality out of the bunch.
48: Theory | Rhythm
49: Becca and Kayla listen carefully | Mr. Collette explains the notes on the staff. | The student gather together to work on the challenge that they were given.
50: Merry Christmas 2010 | One of our traditional games is who (or what) am I. Each person had a piece of paper taped to their backs with something that has to do with Christmas. Then they had to ask yes or no questions about it until they guess what they were. | Our Christmas party was full of fun and excitement. We had gifts and games, crafts and some parents came too!!
51: Caroling | Another HCA tradition is caroling. | We visit people from the church that may need a little encouragement. | This year we visited Mr. and Mrs. Czapla and Mr. Anderson.
52: Kerrigan Bell | Keagan Bell | Congratulations to Kerrigan and Keagan Bell. | Continue to love Jesus with all your heart. | Psalm 119:11- "Thy Word have I hid in mine heart that I might not sin against Thee." | We love you, Wendell and Joan Calder (Papa and Gigi)
53: Local | Church | Evangelism | A Local Church Ministry of Old Fashioned Bible Preaching | " | ..."I have chosen you, and ordained you that ye should go and bring forth fruit..." John 15:16 | We praise God for Heritage Christian Academy! | Thank you for being partners in ministry with us. We appreciate you and we remember you daily at the Throne of Grace. | We have seen years of fruitful harvest for the Glory of God. We are excited to see His good hand at work in the future. | Wendell and Joan Calder | Evangelist- Rev. Wendell Calder P.O. Box A- Newport, Maine 04953 Phone (207) 368-2232 - Fax (207) 368-5904 Email: Lcevangelism@aol.com - Website: www.lcevangelism.com Proclaiming the Gospel Through Crusades - Camps - Conferences
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56: Katie, Kayla, and Becca, Make new friends, but keep the old. New is silver, but old is gold. Love, Grandma and Grandpa Popkin | We love you, Jesse, very much. Dad & Mom & Joel
57: My Son, My Heart, My Love | You bring me such joy In so many ways, Like a warm, radiant sun That brightens my days. Your intellect, your confidence, Your spirit so strong, All shine from within Like a wonderful song. Your talent, your grace The gifts that you share With faith and with wisdom, Show that way that you care. Your plans and your dream For what's yet to be... Your ideas for the future, Are the hopes shared with me. So I'll love you forever Because right from the start, You filled me with love And put a smile on my heart. Your my beautiful son. A promise come true. God gave me a miracle When he gave me you. | Love Always, Mom
58: It was a great joy working at HCA this year! Have a wonderful summer! God bless Y'all. Mrs. Fusco & Mrs. Umland
59: He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of th fowler, and from the noisome pestilence. He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler. Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by day; Nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness; nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. A thousand shall fall at they side, and ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall not come nigh thee. Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold and see the reward of the wicked. Because thou hast made the Lord, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation; There shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling. For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. They shall bear thee up in their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder: the young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample under feet. Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him on high, because he hath known my name.He shall call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble: I will deliver him, and honour him. With long life will I satisfy him, and shew him my salvation. ~Psalm 91 | Bob and Judy Hooper | We praise the Lord for Heritage Christian Academy. May each of you grow in the Lord and learn to serve him in all you do. We love you, Allison. Ray and Val Brooks
60: Gabe + Riley, We are so proud of both of you. We love you very much. Hope you have a great summer. Love, Mom, Dad, Garrett, and Ashlyn
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69: First Baptist Church of Lady Lake is an Independent Baptist Church whose goal is to reach people for Christ and to encourage them in Christian growth. First Baptist has ministries for all ages. Super Seniors- This program is for ages 50+. Seniors meet Thursday mornings and have many different activities from putt putt golf to lunches together and pot lucks. Young Adults- This program is for college age through adults with school age children. The Sunday School class is taught by our Senior Pastor, Dr. Paul Harsh. Occasionally they will do lunches together on Sunday afternoons. Teenagers- Teens have a special Sunday School Class. They also meet on Tuesday nights from 6-8pm. They go on activities and are lead by our youth pastor Rev. Ed Popkin and his wife Kim. Children's Programs- The children have many programs that are designed for them. During the school year we have a program called AWANA. This program is on Wednesday nights from 6-8pm for ages K-5 through 6th grade. During the summer we have a program called BMG (Bible, Music, and Games). This program is for the same ages but is from 7-8pm. They also are divided into smaller groups for Sunday School and children's church. Nursery is also provided for infants and toddlers. | Dr. Harsh and his wife Laurie | First Baptist Church of Lady Lake 753-4477 firstbaptistofladylake.org The church family atmosphere and focus on God and his Word is what makes it a great choice for any family who may be looking for a church home. For more information please use the contact information above.