May it please God to bend this wretched virus around to this glorious outcome — our national conscience is reawakened, so that we see one another with new eyes and gentle hearts, we stop brutalizing one another, we start respecting one another. A new beginning for all of us.
- Ray Ortlund
Example of items that will be collected:
- face masks/surgical masks (preferably N95)
- Tyvek suits/disposable coveralls (neoprene, rubberized, plastic)
- rubber gloves/neoprene gloves (prefer latex-free)
- safety glasses or goggles
- we come to your home or business
- you place items in our vehicle OR leave them on your doorstep
- we deliver items to Ward County Emergency Management for distribution to hospitals in need for use in treating COVID-19 patients
Items will be collected on Wednesday and Thursday, April 1st and 2nd.
To arrange pick up call, voicemail or text 701-852-0496 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to love our neighbors well during the time of coronavirus, we have cancelled our in-person banquet. However, we'd love to celebrate with you online! Join us at www.nwchapter.com or on Facebook at 6:30 pm on Thursday, April 2nd for an online gathering–with stories and messages from staff and students!
Our theme this year is "Testify!"
So, join us for a night of sharing how God is working in the hearts of children and hear about how you can partner with CEF to share the Gospel story with even more kids. It's also a great time to share with friends what CEF is all about!
Questions? Please contact banquet coordinator Shar at 701.389.8816 or email@example.com
Medical Staff to operate this facility and provide patient care is needed immediately. For more information or to apply visit www.samaritanspurse.org
400 31st Ave SW
Sunday, April 5th, 7am to 1 pm
Free Will Donation.
Pancakes, sausage, orange juice.
The conference fee $40 after March 11th. Register online at www.fbcsheconf.org or contact First Baptist Church for a registration brochure at 701-852-4533 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conway is a veteran trainer and speaker with over 25 years experience providing training and consultation to youth-serving professionals and volunteers in educational and community-based organizations in the US and abroad. He has designed and delivered major training for Search Institute since 1995. For the last decade, he also served as a lead trainer and presenter for Vision Training Associates.
Presented by NDSU Extension Parent & Family Resource Center Region 2.
The four-session event is scheduled for May 5th – 26th, 2020 on Tuesday evenings from 6pm – 9pm each meeting.
The purpose of the Citizens Police Academy is to invite members of the public for a hands-on, behind the scenes, look at how the Minot Police Department serves the community. The Academy's structure encourages participants to ask the "tough questions" and facilitates open discussions on the challenges facing law enforcement today.
Course content includes instruction in the areas of Patrol Operations, Crime Scene Response Unit, Special Operations (SWAT, K9, Bomb Squad), Use of Force and Weapons Familiarization. Academy instructors have a wide range of law enforcement training and experience and enjoy the opportunity to not only show what it is we do, but why we perform duties the way we do. Each participant is also invited to join a Patrol Officer for a ride-along to see first-hand the duties and responsibilities of municipal law enforcement officers.
Applicants must be 18 years old to apply and must also consent to a background check. This does NOT mean that people with some negative history with law enforcement or the judicial system are automatically disqualified. All interested area residents are encouraged to apply.
Applications can be picked up in person at the Minot Police Department or by sending an email request to Master Police Officer Aaron Moss of the Crime Prevention Unit at email@example.com. Applications are due by April 28, 2020. Those with questions can call Officer Moss at 701-857-4711.