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100 years ago – on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month (Nov. 11, 1918) – the Armistice was signed ending the hostilities of World War I. One year later, Nov. 11, 1919, the United Kingdom, …

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November is Diabetes Awareness Month When you have diabetes, your body has difficulty using glucose for energy. When you eat, your body turns most of the food you eat into glucose. A diabetic stores glucose in the blood instead of …

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We Walk By Faith & Not By Sight In recent weeks we have been blessed to hear members of our congregation share their “walk by faith” stories. Our “faith walk” is a personal matter but it is one we do …

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Where are those Bandages? Did you know that there are six first aid stations in the church? If a mishap that requires first aid occurs in the church, would you know the closest place to find the supplies you need? …

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October 16 Book Club — News of the World by Paulette Jiles All the books we read in the Reformation Book Club are terrific, but the selection we will discuss Tuesday, October 16, is especially rich in love, adventure, and …

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But ask the animals, and they will teach you; the birds of the air, and they will tell you; ask the plants of the earth, and they will teach you; and the fish of the sea will declare to you. …

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Do You Know Your Books? Test Your Book Knowledge for a chance to Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card. The Library Committee is sponsoring a special contest during the month of September! The winner will win a $25 Amazon gift …

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Get serious about Lyme disease! Did you know Lyme disease is increasing right in our area? This disease is transmitted by the black legged tick, commonly known as the deer tick. This tick bites rodents carrying the bacteria Borrelia Burgdorfer …

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Pilgrim – Be, Receive, Give Thanks Growing up in Northern Wisconsin, Labor Day weekend marked a time of transition. Summer cabins were swept and sealed until the next season, canvas was draped across boats for winter storage, and as a family, …

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Library News August: High Season for Corn, Tomatoes and Relaxation What other month celebrates taking it easy like August? National Lazy Day is August 10, followed quickly by National Relaxation Day on August 15. Can’t set aside work or other …

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