Countryside Community Church holds fishing derby in Newton Twp. June 25


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The Green family from Factoryville, including 5-year-old Karson, front, and from left, second row, father David, 4-year-old Hunter, and 1-year-old Sawyer, enjoy a day of fishing at the Countryside Community Church fishing derby June 25.


Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Countryside Community Church member Phyllis Terwilliger, left, measures a catfish caught by William Vassell, right, 6, of Moosic during the church’s annual fishing derby June 25.


Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

NEWTON TWP. — Countryside Community Church held its annual fishing derby at the pond near Abington Heights Middle School located on Newton-Ransom Boulevard on Saturday, June 25. Church members volunteered to cook food and give out T-shirts, prizes, and face painting for children. Trophies for biggest fish were awarded to children according to age groups. The event was free and open to the community.

The Green family from Factoryville, including 5-year-old Karson, front, and from left, second row, father David, 4-year-old Hunter, and 1-year-old Sawyer, enjoy a day of fishing at the Countryside Community Church fishing derby June 25.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Fishing-1.jpgThe Green family from Factoryville, including 5-year-old Karson, front, and from left, second row, father David, 4-year-old Hunter, and 1-year-old Sawyer, enjoy a day of fishing at the Countryside Community Church fishing derby June 25. Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Countryside Community Church member Phyllis Terwilliger, left, measures a catfish caught by William Vassell, right, 6, of Moosic during the church’s annual fishing derby June 25.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Fishing-2.jpgCountryside Community Church member Phyllis Terwilliger, left, measures a catfish caught by William Vassell, right, 6, of Moosic during the church’s annual fishing derby June 25. Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

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