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Watermelon and Corn Feed

HOSTED BY THE PATHFINDERS

Sweet and juicy watermelon, delicious corn on the cob hot off the barbeque, and lots of extras to tempt your palate!

CALIFORNIA YOUTH RUSH By Merry Prewitt

“California Youth Rush.” For me, this is not just a title. It is not just a program that young people join. No, it is much more than that. CYR to me means sacrifice, it means change, it means giving your all. But most importantly, CYR means souls converted for God.

Honor Guard Sarah Jaleano, James Dean Hiner, Catherine Jaleano, Jonathon Jaleano

“What is CYR?” you might ask. It is a 10-week program that young people such as myself join. And what they do is to take the SDA teachings, in the form of books such as The Great Controversy, Steps to Christ, and Christ’s Object Lessons, to people who need to hear the truth.

This program not only helps to change the people who receive the books, but also changes each one of

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Thank you Pathfinders!

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in all. I praise the my experience with CYR!

Ladies Night Out Annual Mission Fund Raiser Dinner By Nancy Van Pelt

Ladies Night Out, a women’s ministry group sponsored by Clovis Adventist, holds its 18th annual fund raiser dinner on Monday night, October 6. This year’s theme is ISLAND FANTASY. Ladies are asked to don their colorful “island clothes” and bask in the magic of a night in the islands. Lonnie Sorriano and friends are donating food that will delight the palate. Dixie Anderson and crew will transform the fellowship hall with their creative touch and make you think you really are in the islands.

The evening’s entertainment features the spectacular, award-winning performance of Millicent and Mirielle Enriquez. Millicent (age 10) and Mirielle (age 6) delight audiences with their unusual musical talents. Mierielle gave a premiere piano recital on her 5th birthday performing and narrating her own recital of 18 songs without notes or looking at the program. Millicent won a silver award at a harp contest at the tender age of 8!

As Ladies Night Out chair, I will present an exciting power point report about LNO projects over the years. Bring your appetite, a friend, and a

love gift for this one-time-only mission project offering.

Learning the “Lovely Hula Hands”

Ladies Night Out meets the first or second Monday night of each month at my home. LNO offers women of the church a chance to get to know one another, to fellowship, to receive spiritual enrichment, and enjoy some good healthy snacks. I believe that women need the opportunity to do something fun to enrich their personal lives at least once a month!

Plan on it! Monday night, October 6, 6:00 p.m. Fellowship Hall

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