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Friday at 6:30 PM
The public is invited to The ReUnion, an awesome night of worship and fellowship at First Baptist Church of Minot on Friday, October 31st. A fellowship time will begin at 6:30pm with worship to follow at 7:00pm. There will be a special service in the gym for kids age 4-10 with music, Bible stories, games, and of course candy! Feel free to come and invite friends, this will be a friendly and casual event. Hope to see you there! First Baptist is located at 200 3rd St. SW, next to the City Auditorium. 852-4533
Friday at 11:00 PM
Do you have Bibles lying around not being used? Bibles are needed by the millions for hungry hearts around the world. The Bible Foundation collects new and used Bibles to distribute. Bibles freely go to many places including hospitals, nursing homes, rescue missions, homeless shelters, street ministries, remote villages around the world, homes, churches, schools, bus stations, railway stations, prisons & jails, and refugee camps.

Everyone can help save Bibles from the paper recyclers and use or pass them on. If its the Bible and not gooey, it's ok to give, even parts of old Bibles. English and native language Bibles are in great demand around the world.


Bible Foundation
% GF Plant Services
1101 N. Villa Rd
PO Box 908
Newberg, OR 97132-0908


A pastor in Kenya, East Africa says that there are many people in the area that need English Bibles but most of them are so poor they can not buy one or even decent clothes.

A minister in Zambia wrote that thousands of people are responding in their crusades but they don't have Bibles. They want as many English Bibles as possible.

The president of a work in Trinidad and Tobago said they minister in Junior Colleges and hold seminars in churches. For a year and a half they have been trying to find American sources of used Bibles and want at least 200.

A thirteen year old boy with Muslim parents became a Christian and asked for a Bible and prayer that his parents may be delivered from the power of darkness.

A Ghana man shot his wife and her lover dead and was sentenced to death and became a Christian and was miraculously saved from the death squad. He wrote from prison asking for a Bible.

The pastor of a large work in Malawi wrote that thousands of people are asking for Scripture and he pleads for Bibles for them.

A young Ghana man wrote "I am on my knee's begging you to send me one of your Bibles."

A man in Tanzania said English is common and Bibles are needed.

A ministry in Nepal wrote and requested Bibles, saying the new generation would rather read the Bible in English.

A lady in the Philippines wrote that the Cebuano people are hungry for the word of God but most can't afford to purchase a Bible.
Friday at 11:00 PM
Volunteers are needed statewide to provide free tax assistance and preparation for people with low-to-moderate income through the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program. Last year, 119 North Dakota Tax-Aide volunteers helped more than 8,000 people file their federal and state tax returns at 11 locations.

Lack of experience shouldn't stop anyone from volunteering. Volunteers do not need tax preparation experience because they receive comprehensive IRS training on tax forms and software at no cost. Instead, potential volunteers should have computer skills, enjoy meeting people and working with other volunteers, and be able to commit at least four hours a week from February 1-April 15. Schedules are flexible to accommodate winter vacations and other needs.

Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. You dont need to be an AARP member or be retired to volunteer. For more information on becoming a Tax-Aide volunteer, call Doreen Riedman at AARP North Dakota toll-free at 866-554-5383, or go to

AARP Tax-Aide, the nations largest volunteer-run tax preparation and assistance service, is offered in conjunction with the IRS.
Friday at 11:00 PM
Right now, all around the world, brave men and women are standing guard; so that we can enjoy the freedoms and liberties of this great country. This is your chance to say thank you. HeroBox is a nonprofit organization that supports deployed American soldiers by providing them with the items the need and want while away from home. To learn how you can get involved and make a real difference in the lives of our Heroes, visit our website at
Saturday at 9:00 AM
You are invited to Fair Trade, Fair Chance: a Local & Global Craft Sale on Saturday, November 1st, from 9am to noon at Bread of Life Lutheran Church, 1415 17th Avenue SW. The craft sale is benefiting women's craft cooperatives around the world, local artisans, & the Minot YWCA. A light brunch of caramel rolls and fair trade coffee will also be served. Get your Christmas shopping done early and support a great cause.
Sunday at 11:30 AM
Hope Congregational Church in Granville will be having their annual Fall Dinner and Bazaar/Bake Sale on Sunday, November 2nd, from 11:30am to 1:30pm. On the menu: roast pork, mashed potatoes & gravy, glazed carrots, coleslaw, buns, pickles, and apple or pumpkin pie. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for youth ages 6-12, free for youth under age 6. Bazaar and Bake Sale items include: Rada cutlery, baked items, garden produce, canned pickles, jams and jellies, craft items and "next to new" items. Everyone is welcome.
Sunday at 4:00 PM
American Lutheran Church in Stanley invites you to their Lutefisk & Meatball Supper on Sunday, November 2nd, from 4 to 7 pm. Menu includes: lutefisk, meatballs, potatoes, gravy, corn, lefse, cranberries and homemade pie. Tickets available at the door. Adults $15, Ages 6-12 $5, Preschool Free. Take Out orders will be available.

Also enjoy excellent entertainment before, during and after supper. Supplement funds have been applied for through Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
Sunday at 5:00 PM
Shepherds Hill at the Crossroads invites you to FAITH ALIVE - a campfire crusade on Sunday, November 2nd at 5 pm. Come on your own, come with a friend, or consider sponsoring a table! Join us at the Sleep Inn & Suites in Minot and enjoy a fireside meal, uplifting entertainment, silent auction and live auctions, even smores! Sponsor a table or come with a friend. Admission is simple pantry staples. Experience the fun and spirit of a Christian campout from the comfort of indoors. Your participation will help raise funds to replace the roof of the chapel at Shepherds Hill at the Crossroads. For more information call Paige at 701-244-0075. This event is supported by Thrivent Financial.
Monday at 7:00 PM
Berean Baptist Church will be offering a new ministry called, Setting the Captives Free. This Set Free Program uses the simple Biblical truths in a loving, but straight forward approach to all forms of addictions. It is a FREE 12 Weeks program and will be held every Monday starting:
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm at Berean Baptist Church, 601 1st Ave SE in Minots
Eastwood Park. If you or a loved one are struggling with an addiction, ANY TYPE OF ADDICTION, please come and join us.

For additional information or questions please call
Ryan Gates 701-833-9754.

Tuesday at 4:00 PM
Sisu, a Reading Education Assistance Dog, will be available for children to read to on the first Tuesday of the month, November 4th, starting at 4:00 PM in the Childrens Library and continuing until 5:00 PM. Sisu is a standard poodle and LOVES listening to children read. Children may read for 15 minutes and it is on a first come first serve basis. For more information about the READ dog contact the Childrens Library at 838-0606.
Wednesday at 1:30 PM
Join us for the Parkinson's Support Group meeting on Wednesday, November 5, from 1:30pm to 3:30pm at the Brentmoor Community Room, 3515 10th St. SW in Minot. USE THE NORTH PARKING LOT AND DOOR. Language Speech Pathologist Marla Rose will speak about communication disorder. For more information, contact Eilene Emly at 701-837-8538.
Thursday at 6:30 PM
The Alzheimers Association MN-ND in partnership with the ND Dementia Care Services Program will offer a free presentation titled, Caring Through the Holidays. This free presentation will take place on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Adult Learning Center, 1609 4th Ave NW, Minot, ND 58701. This presentation is free and open to the public; registration is not required. This project is supported by funding granted through the North Dakota Department of Human Services, Aging Service Division.

More about the presentation: This class helps care partners navigate through the challenges of the holiday season. The class focuses on holiday stress and challenges for families dealing with dementia. Tips are provided for stress management, hosting and attending family gatherings, gift giving, and helping the person with dementia participate.
Friday at 12:00 PM
The Alzheimers Association MN-ND in partnership with the ND Dementia Care Services Program will offer a free presentation titled, Understanding Memory Loss. This free presentation will take place on Friday, November 7, 2014 at 12 Noon., at Mercy Medical Center, McAuley Education Center, 1301 15th Ave W, Williston, ND 58801. This presentation is free and open to the public; registration is not required. This project is supported by funding granted through the North Dakota Department of Human Services, Aging Service Division.

More about the presentation: If you or someone you care for has memory problems, this program will help you understand the difference between memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer?s Disease. Participants will learn about various diseases that can cause dementia symptoms, including Alzheimer?s disease, the effects of dementia on thinking; and what to do if you suspect memory loss.
Saturday at 9:00 AM
Free will offering garage sale! Saturday, Nov. 8th at the Vegas Motel in the banquet room from 9am - 5pm. Proceeds to benefit Dakota Hope Clinic.

Yard Sale Donations Needed. Drop off donated items: Friday, Nov. 7th from 12-6pm.

Sunday at 11:00 PM
List of City Construction Projects for 10/27 to 11/09/14

Please note that these are the major projects within and under control of the City of Minot. Projects being completed by NDDOT, Ward County and private contractors may not be on this list. All Dates are estimates and some projects are scheduled to go beyond the date of this report. In addition, there will always be several small pockets of construction and maintenance throughout the city, so residents are urged to give themselves extra travel time during the entire construction season.

Paving contractors as well as city crews are working throughout all areas of town patching potholes and areas of broken pavement. Use caution when approaching these and any other construction projects. City sweeping crews are still in the process of street sweeping throughout the city. Use caution when approaching or passing the street sweeping equipment.

21st Avenue NW
Work is nearly complete on the 21st Avenue NW project. Final lifts of asphalt will be going in to place this afternoon, followed by temporary striping next week. Signal installation at the intersection of 16th Street NW will be finalized and the lights will be placed in to ‚??flash mode‚?Ě for a short period as motorists familiarize themselves with the intersection. The intersection and 21st. Avenue should be fully open and operational by October 31st.

Woodside Development
Patching will continue on Woodside Drive for the next week. The contractor will accommodate the impacted residents to the best of their ability.

Traffic Signal Upgrade Project
Over the next few weeks, several intersections will be involved in a signal upgrade project. Be aware of lane closures and workers in the area. Work that requires signals to be dark will be taking place in the evening hours, so motorists are advised to use extreme caution. Stop signs will most likely be in place, but motorists are reminded that at dark intersections, state law requires all vehicles to come to a complete stop before proceeding through the intersection. . Information will be provided to media as work proceeds at specific intersections.

55th Street
55th Street SE will be closed between 11th Avenue and 16th Avenue SE for the force main gravity sewer project. This project is expected to wrap up shortly.

16th Avenue SE
16th Avenue SE will be closed between 46th Street and 55th Street SE through the fall as part of the ongoing construction in the area. Watch for traffic control signs.

Downtown Minot
Work continues on the downtown parking structures, and motorists are advised to use extreme caution and be on the lookout for pedestrians. Plan for extra travel time throughout the downtown area. Detour and parking/no parking signs are in place.

37th Avenue SE
37th Avenue SE is closed from Main St to 13th Street SE. as work continues. Access for residents in the area will be maintained.

16th Street SW
16th Street SW remains closed to through traffic between 47th Avenue and 52nd Avenue. Crystal Springs access is from the south
Monday at 2:00 PM
School-age children grades K-5 are invited to the library where we will be making yummy Harvest Snacks on Monday, November 10th, starting at 2:00 PM in the Imagination Station. Hope to see you there. For more information contact the library at 838-0606.
Tuesday at 1:00 PM
You are invited to attend the Ward County AARP Chapter #522 meeting at the Parker Senior Center on Tuesday, November 11, from 1pm-3pm. Lacey Possen & Janet Anderson will speak about the services of the Minot Public Library. For more information, call: 701-722-3625.
Tuesday at 7:00 PM
The LEGO Club will meet Tuesday, November 11th at 7:00 PM in the Imagination Station of the Minot Public Library. Children ages four years of age to Grade 5 and parents interested in building are encouraged to attend. At each meeting children will have the opportunity to create different structures and vehicles with LEGOs. Each month their structures are on display in the Childrens Library. Contact the Children?s Library at 838-0606 for more information.
Friday at 5:00 PM
The North Dakota Council on the Arts invites artists and crafts people to provide handmade ornaments for the North Dakota State Christmas Tree. The tree will be on display in the Memorial Hall of the State Capitol, and Governor Jack and First Lady Betsy Dalrymple will participate in a lighting of the tree ceremony, scheduled for Monday, December 8th, at 5:00 pm.

Submitted ornaments can vary from traditional to contemporary arts. Items that are commercially produced or made from kits are not eligible. This is a great art project for elementary classes, Scout troops, 4-H clubs, residents of assisted living center, as well as a great family project. This year‚??s motif is round/ball ornaments, but ornaments can also be of any medium of the designer‚??s choosing.

Each ornament should include the name of the person entering it, and a brief one or two line description of the ornament that includes the art form used, the special circumstances through which it was created, such as a class or senior center project. A descriptive listing will be available at the ceremony and will be mailed to everyone who submits an ornament.

Ornaments must be received in the NDCA office no later than Friday, November 14th. The ornaments become the property of the NDCA, and may be hung on the state tree in ensuing years. Mail ornaments to: NDCA, 1600 E. Century Ave., Suite 6, Bismarck, ND 58503-0649.
Saturday at 4:00 PM
Everyone is invited to the 5th Annual Knight At The Auction fundraising auction to help support the work and ministry of Our Redeemer's Christian School. It will be held on Saturday, November 15th, at Our Redeemer's Christian School, 700 16th Ave SE. Silent Auction - 4:00-6:15 pm, Supper - 5:00-7:00 pm, Live Auction - 6:30-7:30. There is no cost for the event. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.

Live auction items include:
- custom ORCS Knights electric guitar
- Henry Arms - American Oilman Tribute Edition Rifle - .44 Magnum
- 2014 Arctic Cat Youth ATV
- Traeger Smoker/Grill
- Husqvarna ST 224 Snow Thrower
- Tea at Dakotah Rose Bed and Breakfast with 1st Lady Betsy Dalrymple
- ORCS T-shirt Quilt
- Jadu Accents Handcrafted table
- MN Vikings and Green Bay Packers Popcorn Poppers
- Napa Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund Tool Chest
- 100% Hand-Knotted Oriental Tabriz Rug
Sunday at 3:00 PM
The Voices Of Note women's chorus will be performing a Fall Concert on Sunday, November 16th, at 3pm at Our Savior Lutheran Church, located at 3705 11th St. SW in Minot. Everyone is invited to attend. There is no charge, however a free will offering will be taken.
Monday at 11:30 AM
AARP North Dakota is hosting a free Lunch and Learn for family caregivers from 11:30 am - 1 pm on Monday, Nov. 17th, at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, 1000 3rd St. NE in Minot.

There are an estimated 75,000 family caregivers in North Dakota who provide services such as managing medications; preparing meals; helping with bathing, dressing and laundry; transportation to medical appointments; and communicating with health care professionals. Those who take on this unpaid role to help loved ones remain in their own homes and communities risk stress, depression, physical health problems, social isolation, competing demands and financial hardship and become vulnerable themselves.

The Caring for Family Caregivers Lunch and Learn program will provide caregivers with information, resources and checklists to help them get organized and find the support they and other family members might need, including how to care for themselves.

There is no cost to attend the lunch and learn, but registration is required. Register online at or call toll-free 1-877-926-8300.
Monday at 11:00 PM
Minot First Assembly of God is excited to be hosting the drop off location for Operation Christmas Child again this year.

Samaritans Purse has given over 113 million shoe boxes to children around the world who suffer from poverty, hunger, disease, abandonment and exploitation. These children not only receive a gift but are given the chance to hear the gospel.

Operation Christmas Child is looking for organizations, schools, churches and individuals to participate by packing a shoe box. You can use an empty shoe box or pick up preprinted boxes at Minot First Assembly of God.

Shoe boxes can be filled with: school supplies, paper, pencils, pens, small stuffed animal/toys, soap, toothbrush, hair accessories, etc. For more information on how to pack a shoe box go to or stop by our church and pick up some brochures.

National Collection Week is November 17-24

Filled boxes can be dropped off during National Collection Week at
Minot First Assembly of God, 1805 2nd St SE:

Monday, November 17: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tuesday, November 18: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday, November 19: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm & 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Thursday, November 20: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday, November 21: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, November 22: 1:00 pm to 4:00pm
Sunday, November 23: 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Monday, November 24: 9:00 am to 11:00 am

Please contact Vangie Johnson, Minot area Coordinator, with any questions at 701-720-1210.

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