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Mid-week programs give kids traditional ‘fun’

September 23, 2013

Children at New Hope Wesleyan Church gather for its weekly AWANA club meeting Wednesday night. Post & Mail photos / Melany Love

COLUMBIA CITY — With the new school year starting, some area churches are also began their Wednesday night activities.

Two of these mid-week groups include the Pioneer Club of Trinity Presbyterian Church and AWANA of New Hope Wesleyan Church.

Pioneer Club meets from 6:46 to 8 p.m., and is for children ages four to seventh grade.

The time is filled singing songs, “fun” games, and learning Bible lessons.

Wednesday the group will have a special appearance by Jim Barron, WBCL (90.3 FM) morning radio host and illusionist.

They are also debuting a mother’s group this year at the same time Wednesdays.

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