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story.lead_photo.caption Submitted photo SIR KNIGHTS: There were a total of 44 new Sir Knights after the exemplification on April 6 in Hot Springs Village. - Photo by Submitted photo

4th Degree Exemplification held

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- Assembly 2316 hosted the 4th Degree Exemplification at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Hot Springs Village on April 6.

The exemplification began at noon with registration and a light lunch with the candidates, sponsors and honored guests, with many of their wives accompanying them.

The wives were then treated to a fashion show while the candidates were being exemplified. Ruth Wolfer chaired and coordinated the fashion show at Coronado Center with clothing featured by Chico's.

Assembly 2316's faithful navigator, Gary Wolfer, opened the ceremony with Father Patrick Boland giving the invocation. Father Bill Elser was the honoree.

The exemplification team was District Master Jeff Priore; Historian and Captain Jimmy McKinnon; Faithful Friar David Meyers; Expositor of the Constitution Gerald Krawcsynski; Defender of the Faith Rich Rivera; Registrar Larry Nieman; Narrator Lloyd Cambre; Music, Joe Kanopsic; PowerPoint, William Edgar; and District Marshal Greg Mattics.

There were a total of 44 new Sir Knights after the exemplification, including 22 from Council 10208 of Hot Springs Village: James Anderson, Anthony Cifelli, Dan Ferguson, Michael Frantz, Al Hanschmann, Rebel Henry, Rick Hylden, Robert Lennen, Mark Leslie, Thomas Luyet, Chuck MacDonald, Richard Martinek, Stephen Moothart, Arthur Morissette, T L Nelson, William Peterson, Nelson Rubio, John Rymark, Ken Silvers, Robert Steinpreis, Russell Tessier and John Wallisch, and two from Assembly 1892 in Hot Springs: Fr. Ravi Gudipalli and Micheal Millard.

'Heart energy' workshop planned

Unity Minister Becky Whitehead will be at Christway Unity Church, 45 Crown, off Chapel, on Sunday.

After a Mexican-themed potluck, she will present a two-hour workshop about heart energy. Church starts at 10:30 a.m. The workshop will begin at 1 p.m.

Call Mary Maloney, 505-504-4568, for more information.

Walz to be installed as 'Settled Minister' at UUVC


HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- The Rev. Mark Walz will be installed as a "Settled Minister" by the congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Village Church at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 18, at the UUVC Church, 403 Barcelona Road, Hot Springs Village.

"In UU churches, when the minister is 'called' by the congregation, a special relationship is formed between the people of the church and the minister they have chosen. This relationship is formalized through an installation ceremony performed by the church members, giving testament to the freedom and heritage important to congregational democracy," a news release said.

In addition to President David Welch, UUVC participants in this special service will be the Rev. Raymond "Bud" Hearn, friend of UUVC, past presidents Bob McCleskey and Penny Beed, John Leisenring, UUVC minister of music, Clyde Pound, UUVC pianist, and the UUVC Choir.

Guest clergy participating in the service will include the Rev. Carlton Smith, Unitarian Universalist Association, Rabbi Eugene Levy, representative of the Interfaith Community, the Rev. Jan Nielsen, minister, Little Rock UU Church, and the Rev. Jim Parrish, minister, Fayetteville UU Church,

A reception will follow in the Community Hall.

Red Oak to hold VBS June 9-13

Red Oak Missionary Baptist Church, 2791 Highway 290, will hold its Vacation Bible School, "Farm Fresh Faith," God's faithfulness to Joseph, June 9-13, with the closing program on June 14. Times are 6-8:45 p.m., ages 4 and older.

Call 501-622-9272 for more information.

Bismarck Pentecostal to host Campmeeting

BISMARCK -- Bismarck Pentecostal Church is having a Campmeeting beginning Sunday at 10 a.m. with evening service at 6 p.m., and Monday and Tuesday services beginning at 7 p.m.

The Freemans
The Freemans

Sunday morning will feature The Freemans joined by Gerald Crabb for the evening services.

The Freemans have performed at The Grand Ole Opry, Silver Dollar City, National Quartet Convention and Nashville Sound Baseball Games. "They have had a multitude of number one songs and garnered numerous awards and accolades such as CC Song of the Year, Best Concept Video and Group of the Year," a news release said.


Crabb has won multiple songwriter of the year awards, including five Dove Awards and the BMI Christian songwriter and BMI publisher of the year awards. He has also performed at Carnegie Hall, The Grand Ole Opry, The Ryman Auditorium, Red Rocks Colorado, and The Brooklyn Tabernacle.

The church is located just off Highway 7 at 2159 Arlie Moore Road, Bismarck. Call Pastor Van Glidewell, 262-4680, for more information.

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