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Advanced Audio Seminar, Feb. 4

Are you a part of the technical team for your local church service or other events? Family Life is hosting an advanced audio seminar with Worship MD, Saturday, Feb. 4, at Family Life’s facilities in Bath.

The seminar is fun, interactive, and provides professional hands-on training for handling sound-checks, rehearsals, front-of-the-house and monitor mixing, microphone applications and more. For more information, call 1.800.927.9083 or visit our events calendar.

Singles Conference, Feb. 24-26

This coming February, Family Life will host its annual singles conference for single adults at Watson Homestead - a beautiful 600-acre retreat center located near Corning, NY. Come be refreshed by God's Word, build relationships, and enjoy interacting with other singles in the region.

The conference includes keynote messages, live worship, social activities, and a choice of topical workshops to strengthen and encourage your faith journey. The event is designed to attract people of all ages so socializing is easy, natural and fun. Registration is open. More information

Early Bird discount ends Jan. 9.

A simple field transformed into a wonderland of shops, rides and games as vendors for the Putnam County Fair rolled into the fairgrounds in Eleanor Thursday.

Usually attracting an average of 30,000 people each year, the fair runs from July 11 to 19 and has everything from livestock auctions and mechanical bull rides to carousels and tractor pulls.

County fair president Mike Beller said the fair has something for everyone to enjoy.

- See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20140710/DM01/140719894/1276#sthash.FeyP0iKt.dpuf

A simple field transformed into a wonderland of shops, rides and games as vendors for the Putnam County Fair rolled into the fairgrounds in Eleanor Thursday.

Usually attracting an average of 30,000 people each year, the fair runs from July 11 to 19 and has everything from livestock auctions and mechanical bull rides to carousels and tractor pulls.

County fair president Mike Beller said the fair has something for everyone to enjoy.

- See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20140710/DM01/140719894/1276#sthash.FeyP0iKt.dpuf

A simple field transformed into a wonderland of shops, rides and games as vendors for the Putnam County Fair rolled into the fairgrounds in Eleanor Thursday.

Usually attracting an average of 30,000 people each year, the fair runs from July 11 to 19 and has everything from livestock auctions and mechanical bull rides to carousels and tractor pulls.

County fair president Mike Beller said the fair has something for everyone to enjoy.

- See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20140710/DM01/140719894/1276#sthash.FeyP0iKt.dpuf