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Jim and Penny Donaldson renewed their marriage vows on Sunday, April 13, 2008.  Married at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Columbus, Ohio on April 11, 1958, they are faithful members of St. Mary's and serve in many capacities.  Pam Hubric, Penny's sister and a member of the wedding party, was present.
 
Their "St. Mary's family" was joined by friends from the Tyaskin - Bivalue - Nanticoke communities as well as Salisbury to observe this occasion and wish them well in the years ahead.  Guest organist Don Brohawn added his outstanding musical talents to the service as everyone sang the Donaldsons' favorite hymns.  A citation from Bishop James Shand was read extending his prayers and best wishes.
 
A delicious brunch was served after the service by the church members.  Special gifts included a memorial picture matting on which everyone signed their names together with congratulatory comments.  A letter acknowledging this event from Mr. Rick Pollitt, Wicomico County Executive, was presented.
April 11, 1958
April 13, 2008

To Jim and Penny Donaldson on their 50th Wedding Anniversary:

It is obvious to me and to many others that your mariage is a partnership that revolves around your deep love for each other not only as husband and wife, but as children of God.  You are friends as well as companions in life, and this is a good thing.  May God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit bless you and abide with you always.

 

The Rt. Rev. James J. Shand

Tenth Bishop of the Diocese of Easton

Those whom God has joined together let no one put asunder.
Book of Common Prayer, page 428
 
Therefore a man leaves his father and his mother and clings to his wife, and they become one flesh.
Genesis 2:24

Select photos courtesy of Alan Selser and Don Brohawn.