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Community calendar

Community calendar
Big River United Way Restaurant Days –– Wendy’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers, 1623 Main St., Keokuk. A portion of today’s sales will be donated to Big River United Way.
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CALENDAR
1FRID5AY Celebrate “National Dessert Day” at 10 a.m. at the Leominster Public Library, 30 West St. Eat yummy Oreo cookies while listening to “The Best Mouse Cookie” and other cookie stories. For ages 3 to 7. Call (978) 534-7522, Ext. 201 read more
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

COMMUNITY CALENDAR
CLASSES/SEMINARS/EVENTS Singers of all Ages invited to sing in the Autumn Masterworks concert to be held Nov. 21 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. No auditions required. Children interested should call Kara Pekar at 540/775-3012; adults should contact Jeannine Richardson at 540/663-2807. …
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Church news and announcements
Saturday
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Arlington Garden Club meeting to feature gardens of Paris Oct. 13
Arlington Garden Club will hold its monthly meeting on Oct. 13 at 10:30 a.m. at St John’s Episcopal Church, 74 Pleasant St.
Read more on The Arlington Advocate

Calendar List

Calendar List
BLUE ROCK CHURCH’S FELLOWSHIP DINNER will be at 4 p.m. Saturday. A gospel sing will follow at 6 p.m. with the Strings of Faith. Ralph Summerfield is pastor of the church. Rick Cooper is associate pastor.
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Jindal to speak at luncheon in Franklinton
A luncheon featuring Gov Bobby Jindal as the keynote speaker that will benefit students throughout Washington Parish has been scheduled for Sept. 10 in the Fellowship Hall at the First Baptist Church in Franklinton.
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Religious Happenings Calendar
. Luke’s Lutheran Church — 10:30 a.m. Sundays. Six-week book study on “The Shack.” Copies available at Barnes & Noble. 2491 San Miguel Drive, Walnut Creek. 925-935-0160.
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Music Calendar, updated Sept. 17

Music Calendar, updated Sept. 17
A listing of music events planned in and around the Treasure Coast.
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Church worship
CHARLOTTE Church is back – and reckons she can give her rivals a run for their money
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McPeake opens music series at St. Paul’s, Exton
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Exton, begins its 2010-11 season of the Friday Nights at St. Paul’s: Music that Stirs the Heart concert series tonight.
Read more on The Times Herald

Community calendar

Community calendar
Soup Kitchen –– 5 to 6 p.m., God’s Way Christian Center, 1629 Des Moines St., Keokuk. Line dancing –– 5 to 6 p.m., youth room, Trinity United Methodist Church, 2330 Plank Road, Keokuk.
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Church bus accident in Lake Worth
A Trinity Christian Academy bus filled with passengers collides with a  truck on Federal Highway. 
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Bill &Karen Itzel Fanily Concert
Bill and Karen Itzel and family will be in concert at Trinity church. This family writes and performs its own Christian Music and has been nominated for two Grammy and two Dove Awards. They have headlined concerts for over 40,000 people.
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Webbot Clif High: 2012 1111 the Mayan Calendar and the Roman Catholic Church

For more on the mayan calendar, 11:11, spirituality, 2012, conspiracy theory and meditation, please visit www.in5d.com and http How are all of these topics connected? Find out in this video! Web bot Clif High explains the correlation. Also, as a reference, check out Richard C. Hoagland’s work on this correlation at: maya12-21-2012.com

Church Calendar (Aug. 21-27)

Church Calendar (Aug. 21-27)
Harris Chapel Baptist Church will host revival services Saturday, Aug. 21 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Aug. 22 at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. with the Rev. Neal Hatfield as the guest speaker. Call 828-728-3721 for information.
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Church’s community service project draws more than 700 volunteers
COLONIAL HEIGHTS – It may be true that many hands make light work, but the hundreds of volunteers who showed up for a local church’s community-service project yesterday weren’t looking for an easy job.More than 700 people showed up Saturday to help with
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