PRIMETIMERS TO MEET THURSDAY The PrimeTimers Fellowship group from Our Redeemer's Church in Minot will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. in the church fellowship hall, 700-16th Ave. SE.
Cathy Olson, of Minot, will present a program of song and testimony.
Refreshments will be served by Group 1.
RUMMAGE, BAKE SALE TO BE HELD IN MINOT CHURCH ?The annual rummage and bake sale at Bethany Lutheran Church, 215-3rd Ave. SE, will be April 21 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the church activity room.
Many items will be sold for 50 cents.
K OF C COUNCIL #9906 TO SERVE BENEFIT BREAKFAST ON SUNDAY Knights of Columbus Council #9906 will serve a benefit breakfast Sunday in the lower level of St. Leo's Catholic Church, 218-1st St. SE.
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Sausage and cheese egg bake, biscuits with sausage gravy and country-style sausage will be served.
Proceeds of the freewill offering will benefit Scholarships for Seminarians.
DATE SET FOR WELCA EVENT IN NEW TOWN ?The spring gathering of the Western Prairie Cluster of Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America will be held April 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Bethel Lutheran Church, New Town.
The theme of the event is "God is Crazy About You and There's Nothing You Can Do About It!"
Each unit is asked to bring roll call items for child care kits for Lutheran World Relief. Individuals may bring a "love offering" for Camp of the Cross' Dream Catchers Camp which helps fix homes in the New Town area. The offering can include painting and building tools.
Keith Bear will provide afternoon musical entertainment. Speakers will update us about the Flood of Love campaign and projects of Lutheran Social Service. A time of fellowship, devotions, elections and shopping will be a part of the day.
A light breakfast and noon lunch are included in the $7 registration fee.
Women interested in attending this event should notify cluster secretary, Gayle Gorseth, at 453-3271 by April 23.
GOOD NEWS CLUB MEETINGS BEING HELD IN MINOT, AREA Good News Clubs are meeting in a number of local schools this spring, including schools in Minot, Williston, Mohall, Berthold and Bowbells and other rural towns.
During the sessions children hear stories, sing songs, learn memory verses and play challenging games. Each session also includes a presentation of the Gospel.
The Good News Clubs are sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship and are lead by trained volunteers.
Club meetings are being held at: Longfellow School, Minot, Tuesdays, through May 15; Mohall School, Mondays, April 16 to May 21; Berthold School (at Berthold Baptist Church), Wednesdays, through May 16; Hagan Elementary School in Williston, Tuesdays, April 17 to May 22; and at Bowbells Elementary School Tuesdays, April 17 to May 22.
Permission slips are required for children to attend.
For more information, call Heather at 721-6047, or visit (www.nwchapter.com).
K OF C COUNCIL #4894 BREAKFAST PLANNED Our Lady of Grace Knights of Columbus Council #4894, assisted by parish youth, will serve a breakfast of sausage, scrambled eggs, pancakes, french toast and fruit, Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to noon in the dining room of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, 707-16th Ave. SW.
The event is being held in conjunction with the First Communion celebration Sunday at the church.
Proceeds of the freewill offering will benefit Real Presence (Catholic) Radio in Minot and Our Lady of Grace Sonshine Youth Camp.