The cost is $75 per camper.
For applications and more information contact Mr. or Mrs. Fehr at email@example.com. Or download applications at liferesource.org/campoutreach.
The gathering will be on Pomroy Lake, an hour and a half north of the Twin Cities. It will be sponsored by Building Bridges and LifeResource Ministries. Camp adviser is Bill Jacobs of Albuquerque, N.M.
169-acre Feast in 2008
PRESCOTT, Ariz.--Mike Bacon announces plans for the next Feast of Tabernacles observance. The dates: Oct. 13-23, 2008 (accommodating two calendar systems).
Participating will be several Sabbath-keeping fellowships in Arizona, Mr. Bacon said.
The observance will have a "Hebrew roots" flavor, and each congregational teaching session will include question-and-answer sessions.
The site is Camp Yavapines, a high-quality, quiet 169-acre spread among ponderosa pines adjoining the huge Prescott National Forest.
For more information write Mr. Bacon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit ourfathersfestival.net.
Class of 1978 reunion
MAYFLOWER, Ark.--Donna Toombs announces plans for a reunion of the Ambassador College class of 1978 Aug. 1-3, 2008, in the Dallas, Texas, area.
The get-together will take place in the DFW Airport Marriott Hotel North. For hotel information call (800) 228-9290.
For more information write Jonathan Miller at email@example.com, or go to www.acreunion.info. Or write Donna Ussery Toombs, 115 Matt Abbott Dr., North Little Rock, Ark. 72120, U.S.A.
English country dance
HARTVILLE, Mo.--Homeschool-Helpers announces its third annual Spring Formal English Country Dance, to be held in Lebanon, Mo., Thursday, May 29, 2008.
The dance is open to all homeschoolers ages 12 and up, their families and graduates.
More information is available at homeschool-helpers.info/formal08.pdf.
"For the young adults attending the dance and wishing to make a weekend of it," Margie White told The Journal, "there will be additional activities planned for Friday, May 30, through noon Sunday, June 1."
Those will include volleyball, swimming, Bible games, praise music, Sabbath services and a bonfire cookout.
For more information write Dan and Margie White, 5017 McDaris Dr., Hartville, Mo. 65667, U.S.A., or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Louisiana pastor sentenced
NEW ORLEANS, La.--Tom Kerry, 55, pastor of the Church of God New Orleans, which meets in Gretna, La., was sentenced April 30, 2008, after a previous conviction of bankruptcy fraud.
The sentencing was announced by the U.S. attorney general's office's eastern district.
Mr. Kerry was convicted of failing to list all of his assets in the schedules that he was required to file in the bankruptcy case and of making false statements.
An investigation, according to a press release on the U.S. attorney general's Web site, revealed that Mr. Kerry knowingly and fraudulently concealed a money-market account with a balance in excess of $50,000 from the bankruptcy schedules and statements.
Mr. Kerry will serve six months in a halfway house, followed by six months of home incarceration, and pay a $3,000 fine as special conditions of his sentence.
The Journal reported on Mr. Kerry's legal battles, including statements from him to this newspaper, in the Jan. 31, 2008, issue.
2008 Sabbatarian calendar
PENTICTON, B.C., Canada—James A. Ludvigson is making available a 2008 calendar that features inspirational sayings and Bible verses on each month’s page. The calendars are $5 each. For more information write Mr. Ludvigson at email@example.com or 101-171 Van Horne St., Penticton, B.C. V2A 4K1, Canada.