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Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church Service Sunday at 10:30 a.m., 88.1 FM Radio, Live Facebook. No Sunday School until fall. Pastor Dick Poppen speaks on KWAT radio Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Mon., July 12 Adult Bible Study – Session meeting at 8 p.m.

Larry Grensberg, Willow Lake, was a Saturday morning coffee caller at the Cork Poppens’.

John and Margaret Kinder, Paul Larson, Matt Larson and his sons, along with Cork and Illdena Poppen attended the wedding of Shannon Poppen, daughter of Luke and Janice Poppen, and Daniel Foley, son of Matt and Linda Foley, Sat., June 26 at the First United Methodist Church, Brookings with Pastor Kris Larson as Officiant. Bridesmaids were Kristen Poppen, Kelsey Small and Amanda Schwader. Groomsmen were Andrew and Jacob Foley and Dallas Dunwoody. Reception was held at the Brookings Inn.

Sun., June 27, baptism was held at Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church for Grady Virgil Forbes, son of Jeremy and Jamie Forbes. Godparents are Wyatt Forbes and Allyson Fullerton. Jarod Jordan presided. A dinner was held in the Fellowship Hall for family and friends.

Visiting at the Lyle Forbes’s home were their daughters Kristie and family, Jackson, Fla., and Jill and family of Brandon, S.D.

Sun., June 27, a Memorial and Burial Service was held for Carol Hendricks Houlton at the Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church Cemetery with CRE Jerod Jordan and Rev. Dick Poppen presiding. Carol died Oct. 24, 2019, at Martin Luther Care Center at the age of 79. She is survived by her husband, Robert; daughters, Roberta (Michael) Reyes and Cynthia Houlton (Joe Deck); grandsons, Alex and Ben Reyes; sister, Shirley (Eldred) Carlson; Scoll Carlson, Rhonda Clos and other relatives and friends.

Friendly notes can really bring a smile when it is least expected. Lately, I have received a couple that made my day. Do you know someone you have not seen in awhile or heard from? Perhaps a friendly note will bring them a smile, too.

We received 3/10th of an inch of rain on Saturday. Hurray! Just a little, but every little bit is most welcome.

I hope everyone had a safe and happy 4th of July.

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