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AUDUBON CHAPEL OF THE CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE Hwy. 10 in Audubon 439-6843 Duane Lahlum, Pastor Sunday: 9 am Sunday School for all ages; 10 am Worship. * * * * * COMMUNITY ALLIANCE CHURCH (Christian & Missionary Alliance) Corner Hwys. 34 & 59 Office 847-2266 FAX 218-847-3011 Sr. Pastor, Rev. Paul McKibben Matt McKenzie, Pastor of Congregational Care Youth Pastor Kris Buller Sign Lauguage @10:30 am services Sunday: 8 & 10:30 am Worship Services; 9:15 am Sunday School (all ages, year round). Nursery provided for all services.
The Perham Pirates dropped their first game of the season to the Moorhead Miners 4-0 Friday night, but rebounded to pick up a Hi-10 League win in Pelican Rapids Sunday. A pitchers' duel ensued from the matchup of Shane Bushland -- the ace of the NDSU pitching staff -- and 2005 Perham graduate Matt Richter in the Moorhead game.
The Dent Wildcats have clawed their way to the top of the Countryside League standings with a record of 4-1, after a successful holiday weekend. The Midway Snurdbirds traveled to Dent for an exhibition game Friday night. In a close and well-played game by both teams, the Snurdbirds came from behind in the seventh inning to win 7-6. The Wildcats struck early, scoring a run in the first inning. Brock Collins singled and scored shortly after on a triple by Jeff Ronning. Midway came right back in the top of the second inning to take the lead, after a Jake Lund double and a Dent error.
Last fall, I studied the origins of our country's government in my government class. Don't ask why I suddenly remember all of this (because I don't even know myself), but in one of my first lectures, I was told of the beliefs of a man named Howard Zinn concerning democracy in America. Zinn, a historian and political scientist, has written numerous works discussing his views on our government and has become one of the most well known figures in the political left of the United States.
Graduation has come and gone. The anticipation has departed, leaving relief and uncertainty to take over. Our future has yet to be written, and we are all wondering if we are prepared to be authors. With graduation comes responsibility and drastic changes. Not only do our schedules change, but also our maturity levels. I cannot speak for everyone in my graduating class, but I think the majority of us have reached a level of maturity containing enough sustenance for us to survive on our own. We are spanning out and moving past high school, yet we will never completely move on.
Greybarn Studios is a local recording studio dedicated to helping musicians create the best sound possible. Owner Kevin Racer of Snellman opened the studio on April 1. Racer has been playing music since the young age of 10. In high school, he played in a lot of local bands but eventually got interested in computers. "I started a career in the computer business and that seem to pay better," he said. About six years ago, Racer opened a studio in his barn-style garage, and that's where the name Greybarn Studios came from. Greybarn holds two studios.
American Dad!: Volume 1 (PG) Movie: ***** (out of 5) DVD Experience: ***** (out of 5) Starring Seth MacFarlane as Stan Smith/Roger Wendy Schaal as Francine Smith Scott Grimes as Steve Smith Rachael MacFarlane as Hayley Smith Dee Bradley Baker as Klaus Studio: 20th Century Fox Created by: Seth MacFarlane, Mike Barker and Matt Weitzman I have to admit that as a person whose political persuasion leans more to the right than the left, I was understandably nervous to watch "American Dad!" After all, it's known as a television show that skewers right-wing politics by completely mock
Detroit Lakes' sixth annual Street Faire at the Lakes gets underway Saturday, June 3, and continues on Sunday, June 4. An event that combines art, food and shopping, the annual get together is held along Washington Avenue in downtown Detroit Lakes, and features over 120 booths. In addition to its many artisan booths, the Street Fair at the Lakes also offers up a smorgasbord of food and entertainment. The Street Faire at the Lakes has free admission and will run June 3, 10-6 p.m. and June 4 from 10-5 p.m., along Detroit Lakes' Washington Avenue in the downtown area.
The 15th annual Grand Celebration powwow will be held at Grand Casino Hinckley on June 16-18. The event is one of the largest powwows in the area and is free and open to the public. Thousands of visitors from across the country and parts of Canada are expected to attend the event to watch dancers compete in 17 dance categories. Before each day's competition, there is a grand entry where dancers proceed onto the powwow grounds for an opening ceremony. The Grand Entry times are: 7 p.m. on June 16, 1 and 7 p.m. on June 17, and 1 p.m.
The Detroit Lakes Pavilion will celebrate its grand reopening Friday after undergoing a $750,000 renovation project. The refurbishing began last fall and was financed by a $241,000 state bonding bill, cash donations and fundraisers. The renovations include a new dance floor and ceiling, an enhanced stage and improved restroom facilities. Beginning at 8 p.m., show band Casablanca Orchestra will perform songs from the pavilion's 90-year past. Tickets for the Grand Re-Opening Dance are $12 in advance and are available by calling the Historic Holmes Theatre at (218) 844-SHOW.