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  • Alleluia! Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen Indeed! Alleluia!

    We live in the Power and Promise of Christs Resurrection. When we look for that Power and Promise of Christs Resurrection, we begin to see it in our midst.

    I saw it in our midst during Lent in lively conversations in the Fellowship Hall over good food prepared for us. I heard it in the singing of Holden Evening Prayer and your attentiveness to the preached Word. I saw it in the deep thinking of many of the confirmation students who were asked in the sermon notes to apply the words of the sermon to their life or the communitys life.

    I saw us living in the Power and Promise of Christs Resurrection in the WELCA Lenten discussions. I saw it in our raising enough funds for Feed My Starving Children to feed 45 people for an entire year. I heard it in our glory, laud and honor of Passion Sunday. I heard it in the organ storm on Good Friday. I saw it on the faces of our first communicants and all of our members as we waived our Alleluias on Easter.

    The Power and Promise of Christs Resurrection is present here.

    I saw the Power and Promise of Christs Resurrection in the careful and good work of the Church Council. In their realizing how a designated fund for Pathways Bible Camp scholarships had grown to over $18,000, they developed a plan to utilize that money to help people re-engage with Pathways. I heard it in the careful and honest conversation over a potentially divisive issue over a request of a non-member inquiry about a same-sex wedding here at Our Saviors.

    I saw the Power and Promise of Christs Resurrection as we gathered around the font for Baptism as well as around the grave of one of our saints in light.

    The Power and Promise of Christs Resurrection is here in our midst. I look forward to walking in it with you in this season of Easter.

    Alleluia! Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen Indeed! Alleluia!

    Gods Blessings, Pastor Paul Trenne

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    Greetings to you all!

    As I write this on a dreary spring day, I am reminded of my first Sunday back at Our Saviors during the flood of 1997. It was Mothers Day, and a day much like this. I was a mother of three young children, with Sam having just been born 10 weeks prior. I wanted to be at our church so much, and so we bundled up the kids and trekked in from our rescue home in Fisher. Not having much for clothing and ill-prepared for our cold, wet, and snowy weather, we found ourselves in Our Saviors for worship. I felt like I was back home and found such comfort in the sea of familiar faces. With no electricity, church went on. Quilts made by our own members were brought out to wrap around and comfort all that had made their way to worship. With hymns, Pastor Dahl, warm quilts, fellow church members, a church shelter giving us respite from the work ahead, and Gods promise to be our refuge and strength, I knew that we were going to be OK.

    Our council met on April 18, and I want to take this opportunity to highlight a few areas. At our annual meeting in January, we voted to extend a time position to Pastor Sonja. With her commitments to Calvary Lutheran, we are looking at an August start time so as to be ready for our busy fall schedule. We knew we were making an ambitious decision to ex-pand our ministry time, but it really was a call to faith and action. In reviewing our finances for the year to date, we are spending more that we are taking in. In fact, we are almost $11,500 in the red, and we have our slower summer months looming ahead. Our Office Manager, Betsey will be at worship services on Sunday, May 7, to assist interested members with Simply Giving and other online apps that will make giving so much easier for those of you, very much like me, that rarely write checks or have cash in my pocket for the offering plate. We now have options that will allow you to take out your smart phone and make the transfer in just minutes. We will now be able to say, we will now pass the plate for offering, and please feel free to take out your phone to share your gifts as well!

    Pastor John Ritchie and his wife are the new residents/renters of our parsonage. Pastor Ritchie is the new pastor at Mendenhall. They are thrilled to be living in this beautiful home as they wait to sell their home in Indiana. Aaron Brekke will be our property manager during this time. A newly formed Parsonage Committee has been formed and will begin to meet to see what the future holds for our parsonage. If you are interested in being a part of this committee, please get in touch with me. We will be meeting in the next couple of weeks, and we will keep you posted on any new developments. We welcome your feedback dur-ing this process.

    We also have a new Personnel Committee made up of Paul Haukebo, Jana Thompson, Beth Nelson, myself, and the pastors. This committee is a sub-committee of P & M and will work with all of our staff on updating job descriptions and making sure our church is meet-ing the needs of all of our staff, and our staff is feeling comfortable meeting the needs of Our Saviors.

    There is an abundance of things going on at our church! I encourage you to find a way to get involved. Many hands make light work and, I can guarantee that you will find it re-warding.

    May you feel Gods blessings happening every day, all the time.

    Stephanie Larson Our Saviors Council President

    Easter Blessings! Easter thanks to all who assisted in our special Easter Worship this year! Ushers, Musicians, Choir, Acolytes, Sound and Slide Techs, Easter Breakfast Makers, Office Manager and all others who helped to make this years worship a special, worshipful and meaningful experience. Thank you!

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    Spring Worship Schedule Please join us for Worship this spring on Sundays at 9:00am and 11:00am. Sunday School meets from 10:10am to 10:50am through May 7.

    Also, join us on Wednesdays with WET at 5:45pm, worship at 6:15pm through May 10. Beginning on Wednesday, May 17, our worship will move Out Under the Tree at 6:15pm (weather permitting). Join us!

    Baccalaureate is Scheduled for Sunday, May 7, 2017 Graduating High School Seniors are invited to take part in our Baccalaureate service on Sunday, May 7 at 11:00am. Please join us as we celebrate this important milestone with you! Seniors are asked to meet in the chapel/lounge at 10:30am to get ready for the worship service. If you are a senior and did NOT receive an information letter in the mail, please contact the church office so we can update our class information. Also, if you are unable to make it on May 7, please contact the church office beforehand so we are able to have enough quilts available. Thank you!

    Sign up for Simply Giving, May 7, 2017 Are you ready for lake season to start? Getting ready for family vacations? Sign up for Simply Giving and continue to support the mission and ministry of Our Saviors even while you are away this summer! Our office manager, Betsey, will be available on Sunday, May 7 so you can set up or increase your automatic donations before we all get too busy with summer fun and activities!

    Marinated Pork-Chops on SALE now!! The Compassion in Action (CIA) Committee is selling their famous marinated pork chops again this spring! The cost is $15 for 5 chops. Call or sign-up outside the office TODAY! The pork chops will be ready for pick-up on May 7.

    Our Feed My Starving Children Fundraiser was a Success! Thank you to everyone who donated funds and time packing for the Feed My Starving Chil-dren MobilePack Event at the beginning of April. Our Saviors raised enough funds to pack enough meals to feed 9 families of 5 for a full year!! Thats 45 people!! Thank you so much!

    Education Planning for 2017-2018 Do you have new ideas for Sunday School, Wednesday Education Time or Confirmation?? Please join us as we start planning for the educational programming coming up in the fall of 2017. If you would like to participate or bring forward new ideas, you are invited and en-couraged to do so! The Education Committee Planning Meeting will be May 11 at 6:00pm. This will be a supper meeting, so please come and share with us!! Also, just a note of thanks to the Education Committee from Pr. Sonja: Thank you Amy Ryan, Holly Benjamin, Sara Kleinvachter, Laura Thorvilson and Raeann Beauchamp for your tireless work, your great ideas and positive attitudes! You are a great group of people to do ministry with!

    Vacation Bible School: June 5-8 from 9:00am-3:00pm Come join us as we explore a crowded Roman marketplace, tiptoe past watchful Roman guards, encourage first-century Christians who meet in a dark cave, race chariots, and visit Paul for daily discoveries about Gods love. Registration sheets are included in this newslet-ter or you may pick one up from the church office. Lunch will be provided as well as an awesome t-shirt! Parents, take advantage of our early bird deadline and have your registration forms in to the church office by Sunday, May 14 for a discounted price. Join us!!

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    May 2017 Workgroup Curtis & Betty Amundson ............. 773-1405 Leona Bakken ........................ 218-779-2237 Sylvia Bilden .................................... 773-1562 James Broten ................................. 773-7178 Heidi Carey ................................................... Mary Driscoll ................................... 773-1408 Betty Floan...................................... 773-1519 Jura George ........................... 401-636-7850 Lee & Rachael Hansen ................ 773-2518 Gary & Leah Hendrickson ............ 773-9608 Dick & Lori Holter .......................................... Stephen & Delores Jenson ........... 773-8646 Evonne Kuzel .................................. 773-7224 Ellen Liden...................................................... Chad & Brita Lubinski ............ 701-741-3253 Joni McEnroe ......................... 701-772-0931 Allen Monson ................................. 773-7917 Michael & Diane Ness ................................. Bryan & Dardi Olson .............. 701-739-7953 Dawn Parr-Bowen ......................... 773-2542 Kyle & Lori Peterson ....................... 773-2734 Neal Rasmussen .................... 701-885-4622 Kenneth Rolandson ...................... 773-9767 Richard & Nancy Schulz ............... 773-7815 Marsha Soltis & Chuck Brien 701-746-4894 Jim Stengl ....................................... 773-7462 Mike & Tammy Swang .......... 701-740-1972 June Tangen .................................. 773-1872 Sarah Von Rueden ........................ 773-0047 Duane & Janet Wheeler ...... 701-772-0023 Sherry Zeman ................................................

    As a community of women created in the image of God, called to discipleship in Jesus Christ, and empow-ered by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to grow in

    faith, affirm our gifts, support one another in our callings, engage in ministry and action, and promote healing and

    wholeness in the church, the society, and the world. (Mission and Purpose, WELCA)

    The NWMN Synod WELCA Conference 3 Spring Gathering will be held at Our Saviors on Saturday, April 29. Join us to Bloom Where You Are Planted and hear from speaker, Stephanie Almen of the Community Violence and Intervention Center (CVIC). Registration and coffee begin at 8:30am. The $10 fee in-cludes lunch. All women are invited!

    Thank you to our Quilters! The Quilters have had another productive year, making quilts for Lutheran World Relief, the mission, the CVIC, our graduating Seniors, and others! Thank you for your beautiful work! The quilters are Theresa Bakken, Leona Bakken, Judi Loer, Sheryl Pesch, Susan Lee, Mary Driscoll, Barb Moe, Jeannine Flaa, Florence Danielson, Lois Lindquist, Ginger Boor, Jane Hjelle, Donna Feragen, Carolyn Gilbertson, Donna Hauge, Marlys Ristau, Joyce Lowe, Alice Goschen, Laurie Swenson, JoAnn Johnson

    Thank you all for sharing your gifts and serving with joy, laughter and generosity!

    Mothers Day Pie Auction, Sunday, May 14, between services Whether youre wanting a delicious pie, or looking for some exciting entertainment, come and witness the intense bidding wars for some amazing pies! All funds raised from the auc-tion will go towards the 2018 National Youth Gathering that will be in Houston, TX next sum-mer. Lots of pies will be available for bidding, so come hungry!!

    The Donnabelle Nelson Nursing Scholarship The Donnabelle Nelson Nursing Scholarship will be awarded in June of 2017. Members of Our Saviors who have been accepted to an accredited Nursing program are eligible for this scholarship. Applications are available in the church office and are due, along with proof of program acceptance, by May 31, 2017. The Nursing Scholarship will be awarded in June (date and time to be announced).

    The Quilters need your help! The Quilters are in need of gently used sheets for quilt backs. Any and all sizes and colors are welcome! Keep the quilters in mind when you are cleaning out closets or heading to garage and rummage sales this summer! Thank you!

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    Youth News & Upcoming Events Ken Dessellier, Youth Director - [email protected] or (218)773-8449 All are invited to participate in upcoming youth events. Theres something for every age group and all are welcome so bring your friends!

    Weekly Youth Groups The Middle School Youth Group will meet each Wednesday from 3:45-4:45pm on May 3 & 10. Summer Middle School Youth Group begins on May 17, meeting from 3:30-5:00pm. The Senior High Youth Group will meet each Wednesday from 8:00-9:30pm on May 3 & 10. Summer Senior High Youth Group begins on May 17, meeting from 7:30-9:30pm.

    2018 National Youth Gathering Info Meeting, May 3, 7:00pm If you missed the meeting on Sunday, April 30 (at 7:00pm), we have a second National Youth Gath-ering Information Meeting coming up on Wednesday, May 3 at 7:00pm! Come learn and ask ques-tions about the 2018 ELCA National Youth Gathering in Houston, TX. The registration deadline for this trip is May 21, 2017. If you cant make it to any of the two informational meetings and would still like to sign up, or if you have any questions, please contact Ken as soon as you can!

    Vacation Bible School: June 5-8 from 9:00am-3:00pm Registration Forms are out for VBS 2017!! VBS will be held on Monday, June 5 through Thursday, June 8 from 9:00am to 3:00pm. Lunch will provided each day. Take advantage of our Early Bird Discount and save $10/student or $20/family by registering for VBS by Sunday, May 14. If you have any questions, please contact Ken!

    Mothers Day Pie Auction, May 14 between services Whether youre wanting a delicious pie, or are looking for some exciting entertainment, come and witness the intense bidding wars for some amazing pies! All funds raised from the auction will go to-wards the 2018 National Youth Gathering held in Houston, TX next summer. Lots of pie will be avail-able for bidding, so come hungry!

    Monthly Events & Important Dates Middle School AMPd, Friday, May 5, from 7-10pm All middle school students are welcome to join us for our last AMPd (Activity, Movie, Pizza) Event for the school year. Please bring running shoes for a high energy evening and $5 to cover the cost of pizza. We hope to see you there!

    Elementary Kick-Start, Sunday, May 7, from 1-3pm We are inviting all elementary students to come to an exciting afternoon full of activities, songs, a snack, and more! Please bring running shoes and friends are welcome to join us as well!

    We Want to Help You Pay for Bible Camp!! OSLCs Church Council wants people to connect with Pathways Bible Camp. They are making $$ money $$ available to help people get there!!

    Heres the deal: You pay the first $100 and the church will pick up the rest!!!

    This will work for youth to go to a week at camp. This will work for a family interested in a weekend at camp.

    Talk to Ken or Pastor Paul to get more information!!! Lets get you to camp!!!

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    Congregational Council Minutes - March 21, 2017

    Congregational Council Summary - April 18, 2017

    Mission Statement To Know Jesus Christ and to make Him known.

    Present: Pastor Paul Trenne, Pastor Sonja Brucklacher, Stephanie Larson, President; Dave Thompson, Vice president; Jane Norman, secretary; Roy Lillfors, treasurer; Alice Goshen, Dale Thompson, Al Lind, Tim Rehn Others Present: Robin Thompson - Congregational Life and Outreach Committee Chairper-son Absent: Lauris Svendson and RaeAnn Beauchamp

    1. Call to Order (Stephanie) - 6:00 pm 2. Devotion and prayer (Pastor Paul) reminding us to be aware of all of our blessings. 3. Approve Agenda Motion to approve the agenda with flexibility by David, seconded

    by Alice. 4. Secretary Minutes motion to approve minutes from 2/21/2017 meeting as amended

    by Alice seconded by Al. Motion carried.

    Elise, from Pathways Lutheran Outdoor Ministries, conveyed a thank you for our support and shared a new brochure outlining camp programs and opportunities. Council later discussed how we can improve our support for Pathways and offer assistance to OSLC attendees through offering camp scholarships.

    Betsey will be available all morning on Sunday, May 7th to assist anyone who wants to start using Simply Giving or to increase what they are currently pledging to OSLC.

    Financial reports were reviewed and discussion made on the congregations commit-ment to increase giving to increase Pastor Sonja to 3/4 time. This was voted on and ap-proved at the 2017 annual meeting.

    Congregational Life and Outreach Committee (CLO): The grant proposal has been submitted asking for $15,000 matching funds. Offered final costs for paint and primer after getting estimates from three sources.

    They want to begin Phase 1 of the face-lift process and will soon determine a date and are asking volunteers for cleaning, painting, etc.

    Will appoint a sub-committee to make decision on advertising and branding so we can utilize the Stauss donation funds.

    Pastor Paul will be setting a date for new members to join OSLC. Pastor Paul was approached by a non-member inquiring about OSLCs policy on same-

    sex-marriage. Discussion with no action taken. Discussed staffing request for summer hours. Property & Management is interested in purchasing and AED machine for church for

    medical emergencies. There may be grant money available. The Lawn Mower Fundraiser achieved its goal. Healthy Congregations workshop #3 is on Sunday, April 30 at 12:30pm. Next Council meeting is Tuesday, May 16 at 6pm.

    Sponsor a Radio Broadcast!! OSLCs 9:00am Sunday Worship is broadcast each week on KNOX 1310 and all are welcome to sponsor a broadcast in memory or honor of loved ones. The cost of each radio broadcast is $170. The sign-up sheet for sponsoring 2017 broadcasts is posted outside the church office. Sponsor a radio broadcast today!! The following dates are available May 28: In honor or memory of June 4: In honor or memory of June 11: In honor or memory of June 18: In honor or memory of

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    5. Council Introductions share something you enjoy doing 6. Pathways presentation they will be coming in April. 7. CLO Project & Funding Robin presented a proposal for a $15,000 grant to update and

    refresh church entrances and hallways with signage, painting, lighting, web page, cleaning and repair. We would fundraise $15,000 for the matching portion to be used for a hearing loop in the sanctuary. Pastor Paul recently met with members of the Bar-bara Pederson Foundation that offers grants to ELCA churches. Motion to approve grant proposal for $15,000 with up to $15,000 in fundraising matching funds by Dale, se-conded by David. Motion carried.

    8. Advertising Pastor Paul presented information from a marketing/advertising seminar he attended sponsored by Leighton Broadcasting. He offered ideas on developing branding and advertising ideas for OSLC. The council will appoint a committee to de-velop these ideas.

    9. Parsonage Committee Discussion on forming a committee of both men and women to examine pros and cons of keeping, selling, or renting the parsonage. Aaron Brekke has agreed to be the landlord for parsonage.

    10. Reports a. Financial Treasurers Report (Roy) - create cards with instructions on how to give

    financially via cell phone and place in pews. Roy will check on some budget items regarding music subs and report back to council at April meeting.

    b. Committee Reports and Next Meetings: i. Compassion in Action (Alice) ii. CLO The current assembly room will now be the Fellowship Center (Jane) iii. Constitution has not met. iv. Education no report (RaeAnn) v. Endowment no report vi. Personnel - committee members will include past and present council presi-

    dent, Beth Nelson and Jana Thompson. They will be responsible for updating and creating job descriptions. This committee will also develop a mutual min-istry committee to provide pastoral support when we have a new senior pas-tor.

    vii. Property & Management (Dale and David) viii. Stewardship No report (Al and Lauris) ix. Vibrant Faith no report x. Worship (Stephanie) xi. Youth Committee is developing a policy regarding social media at youth

    events and use of photographs online (Tim) xii. Pastor reports Healthy Congregations workshop #2 on Sunday, March 26h at

    12:30. 11. Ongoing Business a. Call Process: Pastor Paul anticipates we will begin the process after the first of the year. b. Volunteer Fair: Will be rally Sunday, September 10, 2017. c. Lawn Mower Fund: Achieved financial goal. d. Wedding Policy: Both pastors need to meet and update this policy. e. New members: There are two families and one individual planning to join OSLC after Easter. 12: Other Business:

    a. Seminary Status handout regarding ELCA seminary schools and changing needs of todays church.

    b. Clergy Shortage (Pastor Paul) 13. Next Council Meeting: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 6 PM 14. Adjournment: Motion to adjourn by Jane, seconded by David. Motion carried. Ad-

    journed with the Lords Prayer at 7:52 pm. Submitted by Jane Norman, council secretary

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    Our Saviors Council Committee Chairpersons

    RaeAnn Beauchamp (Education) Alice Goschen (CIA) Stephanie Larson, President (Worship) Al Lind (Stewardship) Jane Norman, Secretary (CLO) Tim Rehn (Youth) Lauris Svendson (Stewardship) Dale Thompson (P&M) David Thompson, Vice Pres. (P&M)

    Pastor Paul Trenne (ex officio) Pastor Sonja Brucklacher (ex officio) Roy Lillfors, Treasurer (ex offi-cio)

    Sara Kleinvachter & Amy Ryan - Education Aaron Brekke- P&M Liz Brekke - CIA Mike Schlieman - Youth Robin Thompson - Evangelism Shari Johnson - Worship Lauris Svendson - Stewardship

    April Memorials & Gifts

    (Through March 2017) Income=$87,165.04

    Expenses=$98,662.11

    - $128.72

    YTD Income and Expenses Radio Fund Balance

    To the General Fund In memory of Jim Bilden by Colleen Crow, Floyd & LaVonne Anderson In memory of Randy Danner, daughter of Jean Danner Thompson, by DeLaine Welsh, El-

    eanor Thompson, Wilma Stinar, Norm & Marti Vanderpan In memory of Ray Kinzler by Rose Skyberg In memory of Ulla Olson by Lloyd & Esther Doble, Roy Lillfors, VFW Auxiliary #3817-9 In memory of Wes Hell by Floyd & LaVonne Anderson To the Radio Fund In memory of Skip Peterson by Teresa Bakken In memory of Wes Hell by Duane & Janet Wheeler In memory of Norma Enge Miller by Jerry & JoAnn Johnson In memory of Jim Bilden by Glen & LeahRae Amundson, Jeffrey & Angela Rud, Vern &

    Connie Rasmussen, Lester & Anna Amundson In memory of Gordon York by Carol & Ordean Thompson In memory of Sharon Burton by Gary & Charlene Berg In memory of Randy Danner by Naomi Circle, Dennis & Mardie Thompson, Wayne & Jan

    Sykes, JoAnn Rhen, Sharon & Tom Budge In memory of Sherry Burton by Sharon Hammargren In memory of Tom Cieklinski, son of Mary Ann Cieklinski, by Lester & Anna Amundson In memory of Marjorie Geiselhart by Duane & Janet Wheeler, Beth Nelson In memory of Elaine Vigen & Mary Soli by Michael & Trudy Soli To the Bakken Scholarship Fund In memory of Maxine Eisert, Jim Bilden, Wes Hell and Betty Floan by Leona Bakken In memory of Monica Larivee, Jim Bilden, Wes Hell and Maxine Eisert by Rainy Bakken,

    Steve & Wendy Bakken In memory of Randy Danner by Leona Bakken To the Music Fund In memory of Wes Hell by Roger & Roxanne Hagen, Teresa Bakken In memory of Audrey Hiney by Teresa Bakken

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    Baptisms: Rhett Rock Valley, son of John & Heather Valley, was baptized on April 23, 2017.

    Funerals: Ulla Olson passed away on April 5, 2017 and her funeral was held at Amundson Funeral

    Home on April 10, 2017. Omer Sundberg passed away on April 18, 2017 and his funeral was held at Our Saviors

    on April 22, 2017. Violet Bren passed away on April 20 and her funeral was held on April 28, 2017.

    May Birthdays 5/1 Allison Johnson, Brady McDonald, Trudy Soli, Virginia Stauss 5/2 Trey Fridgen, Kaley Johnson, Chad Kleinvachter 5/3 Bryer Boushee Janie Gunderson 5/4 Noah Amundson, Cooper Boushee, Laura Nel-son, Audrey Olson 5/5 Joslyn Anderson, Dixon Bowen, Tammy Burger, Mya Garrett, Joshua Nelson, Cole Nowacki, Gustafson Welsh 5/6 Alexis McDonald, Eric Voigt 5/7 Sara Christiansen, Gracie Kleinvachter, Jenny Loer 5/8 Leah Massmann, Reese Ulland 5/9 Ron Galstad, Nicholas Holter, Connie Rasmussen, Madelaine Rehn 5/10 Abby DHeilly, Kinley McMahon 5/11 Julie Holien, Alan Lind, Chloe Lind, Raymond Neu-halfen 5/12 Trevor Kozel, Ellen Lar-son, Zachary Thorfinnson 5/13 Kendra Olson, Glenn

    Skavlem, Laura Wentz 5/14 Rebecca Aker, Nicole Blair, Gladys Filipi 5/15 Jesse Beck, Mark Mil-ler, Dylan Selk 5/16 Summer Carnevale, Kim Filson, Brian Loer, Connie Moen, Tammy Nickelson, Cul-len Schneider, Beverly Stai, Chloe Svendson 5/17 Easton Brown, Wesley Hell, Grant Holy, Tonya Lighthizer 5/18 Gylfia Amundson, Debra Beiswenger, Michael Burger, Darrell Conely, David Murphy, Matthew Norton, Da-vid Schantzen, Lauris Svend-son 5/19 Sylvia Bilden, Katie Schiller 5/20 Keira McMahon, Low-ell Winther 5/21 Olivia Olson, Karen Warmack 5/22 Stephanie Larson 5/23 Alexis Hitchcock 5/24 Cindy Dahl, Roger Hanson, Justin Kallock, Mike Melby, Nora Rhen 5/25 Marin Garrett, Brandi Kvamme

    5/26 Kristin George, Delores Jenson, Graycie Welsh 5/27 William Nelson 5/28 Devin Anderson, Lilah Delmore, Jeannine Flaa, Lisa Heichel, Brita Lubinski 5/29 Renee Kringlen, Sheila Varnson 5/31 Isaak Johnson

    April Statistical Information

    To the Lawn Mower Fund In honor of Barb & Al Moe In honor of Troy & Laura Hammargren To the Feed My Starving Children Fundraiser In memory of Dees father, Fred Maygra, and Steves parents Millard & Irene Jenson; and

    in honor of Dees mother, Adeline Maygra; by Dee & Steve Jenson To the FCA Fund in memory of Jim Bilden by Clara Knoff

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    OSLC Staff Pastors Sonja Brucklacher and Paul Trenne Youth Director Ken Dessellier Office ManagerBetsey Aasen Custodians Myron Barnes, Elsa Flores Choir Director Shelley Bares Organist/Pianist Charlene Berg & Liz Eggers Sound & Screen Technicians Dillon Sax, Bev Voigt

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