Entertainment briefs - Nov. 30 edition
Santa Day set for Dec. 2
Sebeka Civic and Commerce invites you to come to Sebeka and celebrate Santa Day! Saturday, Dec. 2, will be a day of fun, celebration and activities. The morning begins with a craft fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (contact Heidi Mattson if interested in being a vendor), Sleigh Rides from 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. and Santa arriving at 10:15 a.m. Santa's Workshop (formerly at the United Methodist Church) will be available at the school for shopping, with all gifts $2 and under, sponsored by the Sebeka National Honors Society. Items will be wrapped on site. Fun continues into the afternoon with a movie presented by Community Asset Builders at 2 p.m., town tree lighting at 4 p.m. in the town square and hot chocolate and cookies at the Sebeka Senior Citizens Center after the tree lighting. Mark your calendars so you don't miss this day of fun!
Northern Lights Chorale concert held Dec. 3
Northern Lights Chorale will hold their annual holiday concert on Dec. 3 at 3 p.m. at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. All are welcome to attend this musical festival.
Kinship needs volunteers
Kinship of the Wadena Area needs you! Kinship is a non-profit youth mentoring program that provides safe, quality mentoring relationships that improve the lives of youth in our community. The program is available to any child ages 5-14 years old that could benefit from having another caring adult in their life. A mentor is a friend that will support and encourage Kinship youth to develop their character and capabilities. Kinship is unique in that it not only encourages single adults to mentor, but also couples and families who want to get involved with mentoring as well. Mentors need to be at least 18 years old and able to commit to spending time with their youth at least two times a month (2-4 hours), for a minimum commitment of one year.
If you are interested in becoming a Kinship mentor or if you know of a child who could benefit from having a Kinship mentor, please contact us. Program Coordinators: Laura Kiser and Monica Watson (218) 631-6226, WadenaKinshipKinship of the Wadena Area.
Financial Peace class begins Jan. 7
This isn't your typical "money-class." Financial peace University is practical, entertaining and fun! The average family completing the course pays off $5,300 and saves $2,700 in just 90 days. That's a $8,000 change in position.
Whether you're struggling to make ends meet or you're a millionaire, FPU has something for you. FPU is based on more than 800 verses of Scripture and is a proven plan that will work for you.
The nine-week course includes sessions on super saving, relating with money, cash flow planning/budgeting, dumping debt, buyer beware, the role of insurance, retirement and college planning, real estate and mortgages and the great misunderstanding.
Curious? A new class will begin Sunday, Jan. 7, 6 - 8 p.m. at the Sebeka United Methodist Church. If interested you can call Doug or Jayne Koskiniemi at (218) 837-5275.
Free childcare is available. Register with the Koskiniemis or on www.daveramsey.com. Kits available to purchase at the first class.