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Church Calendar published July 9, 2022

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United Lutheran

LAKE LILLIAN — An ice cream social will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 13, at United Lutheran Church in Lake Lillian. Barbecues, hot dogs, beans, watermelon, potato chips, pies, ice cream with toppings and beverages. Freewill offering; dine-in and take-outs available.

Litchfield Area Christian Women

LITCHFIELD — The Litchfield Area Christian Women will have an “American Heritage” coffee and rolls brunch at 9:30 a.m. Friday, July 15, at First Lutheran Church in Litchfield. Patty Blackstad Parker, of St. James, will present “From Wreckage to Restoration” on how the wreckage of her life was restored by the master repairman. Tickets are $5. Reservations deadline is noon July 11. Call Barb Werner at 320-693-2504 . Walk-ins are welcome.

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