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Pancake Breakfast this Saturday from 7-11AM in downstairs in St. Andrew's Hall with proceeds to benefit Bear Creek Camp Scholarship Fund
 
2 - 4 years old            free
5 - 11 years old           $1.00
12 - 64 years old           $ 6.00
65 years and older        $5.00
 
Invite family members, friends, neighbors, and co-workers to this great annual event.
 
Also coming up...
 
All Saints Celebrations in Worship this weekend - Saturday at 5PM and Sunday at 8:15 and 11AM
 
See you in church!
 
Peace,
 
Pastor Mueller


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