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Challenge your teen at Super Summer, July 16-20!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Does your teen show leadership qualities and a desire to impact the world with their faith? Send them to Super Summer, July 16-20, at Houghton College! 

Presented by Family Life, Super Summer is a “beyond the basics” training camp for student leaders ages 13-19 who want to become strong disciples and effective evangelists for Christ.

Teens will delve into an intense week of Bible study, personal study, live worships services, small-group discussion, recreational activities, and many opportunities to build friendships with other Christian teens.  Learn more.

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