The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Grant Burr
Posted: 06/18/2018 10:25 AM
Summer in the City was capped off with a display of generosity on Sunday, as the final day of festival focused on giving back to Southeast community organizations.
Sunday’s Worship in the City church service drew about 2,500 people to hear Danny Plett and Project Worship, along with a message from Pastor Mark Hughes.
An offering of $9,060 was gathered and will be donated to South East Helping Hands, Soup’s On and Steinbach Community Outreach.
Performances from Christian artists continued throughout the day, with headliner Manic Drive closing out the festival’s final day with an energizing mainstage performance.
If you don’t want to be left feeling brummsch, you might not want to miss this opportunity.
Mennonite Heritage Village is rolling out an opportunity for a five-week Low German primer course for those that want to learn some Plautdietsch basics.
A fire ban will take effect today at noon in RM of Hanover, due to dry conditions and in anticipation of warm temperatures and high winds this week.
The entire municipality is subject to the ban, which the municipality said is ...
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