The Melvin American Legion is having a Brunch on March 23 from 9:00AM to 12:30 AM. We will be serving pancakes,french toast,omelets, sausage and beverages. A free will offering will be taken . Serving at the Melvin Legion Hall. This is a fund raiser to support the Legion and to support our Military.
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The Sibley Christian Reformed Church invites you to the concert of the Headin’ Home Quartet from Colfax, IA. which will be given on Sunday afternoon March 16, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. in the Christian Reformed Church.
Their purpose is to fulfill Christ’s great commission by presenting His Word through song. If you enjoy Southern Gospel music, come join us for a time of good music and fellowship.
The Men’s Lenten Breakfast with Sibley Churches will be held on the following dates:
March 5, 2014: Host: Christian Reformed Church Devotions: United Congregational Church
March 19, 2014: Host: St. Andrew’s Catholic Devotions: United Methodist Church
April 2, 2014: Host: First Presbyterian Church Devotions: First Baptist Church
April 16, 2014: Host: Trinity Lutheran Church Devotions: First Reformed Church
Each breakfast begins at 6:30 A.M. Breakfast generally takes 15 to 20 minutes with devotions lasting approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Generally, everything is completed by 7:15 A.M.
There is a free will offering for the breakfast with $4.00 being suggested at each breakfast. The host church is responsible for the blessing as well as breakfast. The program, including music, will be the responsibility of the church assigned to devotions.
The Ashton Public Library Presents: Pushing the Limits, A reading viewing and discussion series.
We want to be stronger, smarter and more aware, But how and why do we push the Limits? How do advances and technology affect our lives every day? Get involved in these questions and more in our four part reading, viewing and discussion series at the Ashton Public Library that is to begin on Saturday march 22nd at 1:00 pm.
Each section will focus on the topics of nature, connection, survival and knowledge and will include a book discussion and the viewing of two short videos. A light lunch will be served and the participants will receive a free copy of all four books.
- when the killings done by TC.Boyle
- Thunderstruck by Eric Larson
- Artic Drift by Clive cluster
- the land of the painted caves by Jean M Auel
Contact Heather at the Ashton Library to register or for more information, Phone: 724-6426, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pushing the limits is a reading, viewing and discussion program for adults in communities served by rural libraries, made possible by A grant form the national science foundation.
Spirit Lake High School will be host to seventeen area high school jazz choirs participating in the Iowa High School Music Association State Jazz Choir Festival Monday February 10 from 3:00 to 9:30 p.m. at the Sami Bedell Center for the Performing Arts in Spirit Lake. Here’s a look at when some of the local area schools will perform.
- Harris-Lake Park – Kathy Greve, Director - 3:00
- Central Lyon – Ann Langholdt, Director – 4:07
- South O’Brien – Deb Tornow, Director – 5:16
- Sheldon – Adam Orban, Director – 6:02
- Sibley-Ocheyedan – Corky Koerselman, Director – 6:35
- Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn – Kristi Wingert, Director – 6:58
Following each school’s performance, the choir will move to the Black Box for a 20 minute clinic to receive comments/suggestions about their performance. Spectators will be allowed to observe the clinic as long as the room capacity does not interfere with the clinic.
A full performance schedule can be located at www.samicenter.org/JazzChoir.pdf.
The Sibley Christian Reformed Church invites you to the concert of the New Shoes Gospel Quartet which will be given on Sunday afternoon, February 9, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. in the Christian Reformed Church.
New Shoes Quartet members hail from Council Bluffs, IA and Omaha, NE. They became acquainted while participating in the Celebration of Life Choir. Their love of Jesus and of gospel music inspired them to take their ministry a step further by forming this quartet. The name New Shoes comes from Romans 10:15, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news.”
Invite your friends to join you and come to hear the message they will be giving.
Sibley, Iowa — It’s time for our monthly report from the Sibley Chamber. We talked to Sibley Chamber Director Sheryl Peters recently. We discussed a number of events going on in Sibley, including February Follies.
Click the play button below to hear the chamber report.
You can get more information by going to sibleyiowa.net or by calling the Chamber at 712-754-3212.