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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Omemee Balloonologist Brings Frosty Fun!

Omemee Baptist Church Christmas Dinner Features Balloon Ministry! 

Matt Quibell, balloonologist, brought smiles to the young and young-at-heart during festivities at the Omemee Baptist Church Christmas Dinner on Wednesday, December 12, 2012. While Matt sculpted fantastic reindeer, Santa hats, and snowman corsages, for the children, smiles abounded around the hall at children dancing with glee in their new festive garb.

Matt Quibell, grade 11 student at I.E. Weldon, AKA Super Twist the Balloonologist is well-known for his amazing sculptures, and has been sculpting with balloons for several years.

Here are a few images we captured during the Annual Community Dinner hosted by Omemee Baptist Church.
image balloon Snowman Wrist corsage

Watch as Matt Quibell creates a Saint Nicholaus hat from balloons at Omemee Baptist Church Annual Community Dinner. Leading the Christmas Sing-along are : Omemee Baptist Worship Team Members Henrik Damsbeck - Drums Jude Jesso - Guitar Steph Quibell (Matt's Mum) Keyboard Murray Quibell (Matt's Dad) MC
image Saint Nicholaus Balloon hat with face and beard by Matt Quibell
More festivities are planned for this Wednesday evening at 6 pm as the Omemee Youth meet for their Christmas Dinner and gift exchange under the guidance of Youth leaders Steph and Murray Quibell, and again Christmas Eve at 7 pm as the youth present a play titled:For Who-So-Ever Believes.
Omemee Baptist Church, 21 Sturgeon Street North, welcomes you to join them Sundays at 10am for church services and Sunday School, and Wednesday evenings for Bible study at 7:30 pm. Omemee Baptist Church outreach includes: Wednesday evening Youth Group - 7pm at Scott Young Public School, Women Helping Haiti - every other Tuesday morning, and the Fresh Start recycled clothing and gifts store. For more information about Omemee Baptist Church ministry, please call 705-799-1469.Omemee Baptist Church services are accessible via a new stair lift.

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