PRIMETIMERS TO MEET THURSDAY The PrimeTimers Fellowship group from Our Redeemer's Church will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. in the church fellowship hall, 700-16th Ave. SE.
The program will be presented by Our Redeemer's Christian School Young Children, directed by RaeLynn Mapes.
Refreshments will be served by Group 2.
DATE SET FOR KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS #9906 BENEFIT BREAKFAST Knights of Columbus Council #9906 will serve a benefit breakfast Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the lower level of St. Leo's Catholic Church, 218-1st St. SE.
Sausage and cheese egg bake, pancakes and sausage links will be served.
Proceeds of the event will be directed to the Parish Improvement Fund.
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VELVA GIRL IS RECIPIENT OF CITATION AWARD The Awana Club of First Baptist Church of Minot held its Awards Night on Wednesday. This year one youth, Katie Odland of Velva, earned the Citation Award, a crowning achievement for years of dedication. She is a daughter of John and Mary Odland, of Velva.
For young people involved in an Awana Club, earning the Citation Award represents a minimum of 10 years' worth of hard work and service. The Citation is their reward for having spent countless hours attending club meetings, working with children, getting involved in their communities and memorizing approximately 1,000 Bible verses.
Awana is a Bible-centered program where children and youth can learn about God and his Word, meet new friends, and participate in games. Awana Clubs International is one of the largest nondenominational children and youth ministries in the world.
To learn more about Awana, call First Baptist Church at 852-4533.
NEW BIBLE STUDY TO BEGIN IN MINOT CHURCH A new Bible study, Bible-based Praying by Don Miller, will start Sunday at 5:30 p.m. in North Hill Baptist Church, 524-21st Ave. NW.
Participants will work their way through more than 250 Scripture passages on prayer using a work book. The study focuses on 11 hours of time time to learn to pray.
People should bring their Bibles and a notebook. The Bible study is free.
KENMARE PASTOR TO SPEAK IN MINOT CHURCH Pastor Doug West, of Kenmare, will speak during special services Sunday through Wednesday in Southside Church of the Nazarene, 2220-24th Ave. SE. Services will be at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday and at 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. West is also an author and teacher.
His messages will include "God's 911 Call to the Church," "In Demand" and "Love, God's Calling Card."
A potluck lunch will follow the Sunday morning service.