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Mother's Day Events at Blessed Hope

By Valerie Close, Editor · May 9th, 2019
Blessed Hope Community Church would like to invite everyone (especially moms) to a Mother’s Day breakfast before the worship service. Breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m. before the regular service at 9:30 a.m. where we will wrap up the parenting series. There will be a Photo Station in the lobby where you are welcome to have your photo taken.

Marriage Night Date Night Friday, May 17th

By Vinton Today · May 9th, 2019
Are you looking for a different kind of “Date Night”?? Join us at BHCC for a one-night livestream event to reconnect with your spouse and re-kindle the focus on your marriage!During this RightNow Media event, you will laugh and learn with your spouse as you hear from marriage experts and discover how to honor God in your marriage.

Tomorrow, Governor Kim K. Reynolds, Lt. Governor Adam Gregg and the State of Iowa will honor law enforcement and those that gave the ultimate sacrifice.Please join us on Friday, May 10, 2019, to honor fallen peace officers who have given their lives in the line of duty over the years.WHAT:Peace Officer Memorial Ceremony WHEN:Friday, May 10, 201910:00 AM WHERE:Peace Officer MemorialOran Pape State Office Building215 East 7th StreetDes Moines, Iowa 50319(Rain Location: State Capitol Rotunda)If you are unable to attend this year’s ceremony, we r...

PEO Chapter MZ Meeting

By Vinton Today · May 6th, 2019
PEO Chapter MZ will meet Monday, May 13, at 1:30 PM, at Windsor Manor. Hostess will be Nancy Beckman and Brenda Hackbarth will present the program.

"May is National Stop the Bleed" month! North Benton Ambulance will be participating in this effort by hosting 2 classes.May 16th will be a Stop the Bleed class from 6 - 830 pm at the ambulance garage.May 19th will be a Stop the Bleed instructor course from 7 - 8 pm at the ambulance garage.*Please note you must be eligible to become an instructor by having taken a Stop the Bleed course and having a valid certification.

5th Quarter to Begin Tonight

By Valerie Close, Editor · May 3rd, 2019
5th Quarter will kick off its opening night on May 3rd at the Revolution Building located at 417 1st Ave. in downtown Vinton.On the Opening night of 5th Quarter, there will be Karaoke, hot dogs and a popcorn bar,Every Friday night from 8:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. any current high school student is welcome to attend.

Marriage Night Date Night Friday, May 17th

By Vinton Today · May 2nd, 2019
Are you looking for a different kind of “Date Night”?? Join us at BHCC on Friday, May 17th, for a one-night live stream event to reconnect with your spouse and re-kindle the focus on your marriage!During this RightNow Media event, you will laugh and learn with your spouse as you hear from marriage experts and discover how to honor God in your marriage.

Presentation: English Country Gardens

By Vinton Today · May 2nd, 2019
The Benton County Historical Society will hold a presentation on the topic of English Country Gardens this Saturday, May 4th at the Ray House, located at 912 1st Ave. in Vinton. The event will begin at 10:00 a.m. English Country Gardens, formal or country gardens, structured or controlled chaos.There will be a discussion about the transformation of gardens through the years, what influenced them, and the influence they've had on us.

Shellsburg Lions Club holds 7th Annual Golf Fundraiser

By Vinton Today · May 1st, 2019
The Shellsburg Lions Club along with the Iowa Humane Alliance and the new Better Together Animal Rescue are holding their 7th Annual Golf Fundraiser at the Wildcat Golf Course on Sunday, May 19 with a 9:00 a.m. shotgun start. If you wish to be a sponsor of this very worthwhile event, please contact Ed Shaeffer at 319-389-2682 or email eshaeff@gmail.

Popular 2nd Annual Event Partners with Area Fareway in Honor of National Beef MonthThe 2018 Iowa Farm Bureau Food and Farm Index, which polls Iowan grocery shoppers on their buying habits and food beliefs, showed nearly 90 percent of Iowa households eat beef on a weekly basis. In addition, with plant-based meat alternatives finding a way into the market, 70 percent of respondents didn’t believe these items should be allowed to use the “meat” label.

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