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Leadership Training, Sept. 12

If you’re interested in starting a singles ministry or growing your present one, sign up for the Single Source Leadership Training at Family Life, Saturday, Sept. 12.

This one-day event is designed to equip and encourage leaders who have a heart for singles ministry. The cost is $40 and includes lunch, snacks, and workbook. Sign up online before Sept. 1 or call 1-800-927-9083.

Chemung County Fair, Aug. 6

Visit The Chemung County Fair in Horseheads, NY for a week of family activities, Aug. 4-9. Family Life is sponsoring Thursday's concert at the fairgrounds as Colton Dixon takes the grandstand at 7pm. Bring the family to the fair on August 6 to see Dixon perform.

Make it a daylong outing by enjoying other attractions earlier that day like carnival rides, animal shows, and a classic car show. August 6 is also "Children's Day" as kids ages 12 and under are admitted free to the fairgrounds from 10am to 6pm.

Women's Power Surge, Aug. 15

Family Life joins with “Women’s Power Surge” for a conference on August 15 at Bromeley Family Theater in Bradford, PA. “Women’s Power Surge” is a ministry that believes in uniting women for Christ in and around the Bradford area. The conference is a place for women to strengthen their faith through Bible study, small groups, and prayer. It’s also a place to share burdens, joys and spiritual needs with others.

Tickets are $42 for a day-long conference (9am-4pm) and lunch. The Bromeley Family Theater is located on campus at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Visit Women’s.Power.Surge for more information.

 

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