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Church Calendar published Oct. 16, 2021

Submissions to the weekly Church Calendar published Saturdays should be emailed to news@wctrib.com by noon Wednesday.

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Zion Irving Lutheran

HAWICK — The harvest sale will begin with a freewill-donation spaghetti supper at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, at Zion Irving Lutheran Church, rural Hawick. It will be followed by the auction at 7 p.m. of crafts, produce and baked goods.

Assembly of God Church

WILLMAR — The Legacy Grandparenting Summit will be simulcast Oct. 21-22 at the Assembly of God Church in Willmar. This is a national Christian grandparenting conference to help you become a more intentional Christian grandparent. Cost is $59 for both days, $39 for one day. For more information, call 320-235-2529 or email info@willmarag.org . Register at willmarag.org/events .

St. Francis de Sales Catholic

BELGRADE — A sausage and pancake supper will be served from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Belgrade. All you can eat. Adult tickets are $10, ages 5-12 are $6, 4 and under eat free. Take-outs available.

First Reformed

WILLMAR — The annual ham supper will be served as take-out only from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at First Reformed Church in Willmar. Adult tickets are $14, ages 10 and under are $7, cash or checks.

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Donna Middleton started working at the West Central Tribune in 1975 and has been the news assistant since 1992. She compiles the arts, health, farm and community page calendars, as well as rewrites and works on the special sections.
She can be contacted at dmiddleton@wctrib.com or phone 320-214-4341.
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