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Results of SVFA Drawing Sat.

December 4, 2012

Special to the Times-Record
The drawing for the Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals was held Saturday evening at the Rosebud Visitor Center.  

The results of the drawing:

Airplane Tour for 2 from Mike Lerud: ­ Caren Berg, Valley City

Oral B Electric Toothbrush Set from Dr. Caren Berg: ­ Julie Mikkelsen, Valley City

Lia Sophia Necklace/Earrings Set from Julie Keller:­ Tyler Keller, Valley City

Homemade Afghan from Connie Gullickson: ­ Sue Carlsrud, Valley City

One-hour Setting and $50 Print Credit from Photography by Sarah:­ Nancy Oast, Valley City

Nazarene Church Depicts Christmas Story

December 4, 2012

The Christmas story, which is the story of the birth of Jesus Christ as told in the book of Matthew from the Bible, has been told in a variety of ways throughout many cultures and generations.

The Nazarene Church in Valley City is telling the story through the eighth annual “Journey Through Christmas” Dec. 13 and 14 from 7-9 p.m.
The event depicts the Christmas story in six scenes with 30 costumed characters and live animals.

“It is called ‘Journey Through Christmas’ because it is a drive-through experience,” the church said in an email.

Dakota Plains Donates $4K to Soap Box Derby

December 4, 2012

A brand-new Soap Box Derby Association is off to a flying start with the help of matching donations from the Dakota Plains and Land O’ Lakes Cooperatives.

Monday Rydell Becker, manager of the main Dakota Plains store in Valley City, presented Scott Crump, president of the new Sheyenne Valley Soap Box Derby Association and association Vice President Wes King with a $4,000 check.

Bazaar Helps African Women

December 4, 2012

On Friday, area residents will have the opportunity to do some Christmas shopping while helping women in East Africa. The Asante Network, a charitable group that markets the crafts of several groups of African women, will hold a Bazaar Friday in the gift shop at the Sheyenne Care Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The bazaar will feature; textiles, including batiks and embroidered pieces that range from wall hangings to clothing and bedding; carvings; vividly colored beaded items including jewelry and household items; and hand woven baskets and mats in an array of colors.

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