DATES SET FOR FAITH UNITED RUMMAGE SALE, SILENT AUCTION "Steppin' Out in Faith," a church-wide rummage sale and a silent auction are planned at 801 W. University Ave. to raise funds for the new Faith United Methodist Church north of Minot.
The rummage sale, including craft items and new quilts, will be June 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Baked goods will also be available for sale.
Sloppy joes, chips and bars will be served for lunch.
There will be face-painting for the children.
The silent auction will be June 23. Bids will be taken on the items from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rummage sale items will also be available.
Used appliances and furniture will be available for sale during the rummage sale and at the silent auction.
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FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD TO HOST DAD FEST JUNE 16 First Assembly of God will host Dad Fest 2012 on June 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1805-2nd St. SE.
Tim Myers, a marriage and family counselor from Waxahachie, Texas, will speak about family challenges in today's world. Cars, motorcycles, tractors and other collections of men's hobbies will be on display and there will be games and a water slide for children.
Lunch will be served.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL DATES SET AT FIRST BAPTIST Vacation Bible school will be held June 18 through June 22 from 8:45 a.m. to noon at First Baptist Church, 200-3rd St. SW, for children ages kindergarten through sixth grade.
There will be music, games, crafts, snacks and Bible stories.
Children may be enrolled by calling 852-4533 or by downloading a registration form at (www.firstbaptist-minot.org).
WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAS CONTEST Themes for the annual Catholic Daughters of the Americas contest this year were "Inspiring Others to Grow" and "Planting Seeds of Faith." The nationwide contest involved the areas of computer art, art, poetry, essay and photography.
Local entries from Bishop Ryan High School were judged by Court St. Elizabeth #170.
The winners were:
Division I: Computer Art First, Nicholas Hardy, Grade 5; second, Jessica Shergill, Grade 5; third, Megan Bartsch, Grade 4. Art First, Bridget Finley, Grade 5; second, Abbie McKay, Grade 5; third, JaDee Feist, Grade 4. Poetry First, Gabrielle Weyrauch, Grade 4; second, Grace Candrian, Grade 4; third, JaDee Feist, Grade 4. Essay First, Maya Wald, Grade 4; second, Tristan Hollenbeck, Grade 5.
Division II: Poetry First, Kourtney Yeager, Grade 8; second, Katie Mayer, Grade 8; third, Shayla Elm, Grade 7. Art First, Kourtney Yeager, Grade 8; second, Mason Merck, Grade 8; third, Olivia Christmas, Grade 8. Essay First, Keaton Zaback, Grade 8.
Division III: Art First, McKenna Finley, Grade 10; second, Monica Anderson, Grade 9; third, Charlie Mohon, Grade 9. Computer Art First, Keaton Merck, Grade 10; second, Braden Kalamaha, Grade 10. Photography First, Abby Howard, Grade 9; second, Leigh Ann Reynolds, Grade 10; third, Mackenzie Schall, Grade 10. Poetry First, Nicholas Davis, Grade 12; second, Macy Christianson, Grade 10; third (tie), Dakota Johnson, Grade 9 and Jake Howard, Grade 10. Essay First, Kayla Sattler, Grade 10; second, Tumupuwa Kamba, Grade 9.
Monetary prizes were awarded to the students in school on awards day. The first-place winners at the local level advance to the state level and winners at the state level progress to the national level of competition.
CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S CLUB TO MEET TUESDAY Minot Christian Women's Club luncheon will be Tuesday from 12:15 to 2 p.m. in the Grand International Inn, Minot. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m.
The theme for the meeting will be "Once Upon a Time."
Soloist Justin Johnson of Minot will provide the musical entertainment and Kasha Nels will display and explain the home decorating line "Blessings Unlimited." Jeri Hilton-Snell, of Miles City, Mont., will give a message of hope, "Destined to be a Princess." She is a nurse, chaplain, aspiring author and Native American.
For reservations, call Cheryl at 833-7895.