Archive for Thursday, November 18, 2004

In brief

November 18, 2004

Churches schedule and holiday services

Several local churches are planning Thanksgiving services. Following are holiday services that were reported to The Current.

¢ A Community Thanksgiving Service will be held 7 p.m. Sunday at First Christian Church, 130 N. Sixth St. in Leavenworth. Members of churches in Lansing and Leavenworth are invited to attend and to bring one or two food items to be donated to the Salvation Army. A collection will be taken to benefit Leavenworth Assistance Center and Friendly Visitors.

¢ St. Francis de Sales will celebrate Thanksgiving Mass 9 a.m. Nov. 25. The church is at 900 Ida St.

¢ Apostolic Deliverance Tabernacle will hold a Thanksgiving Breakfast for the community 10 a.m. Nov. 25 at the Fellowship Hall. The church is at 116 E. Kay St.

¢ Leavenworth Baptist Church will have a Thanksgiving Dinner for the community from noon to 6 p.m. Nov. 25. Dinner is available at the church or to be delivered.

To sign up for dinner to be delivered or to receive a ride to the meal, call (913) 682-4396. The church is at 803 S. Broadway.

Museum closed

The Lansing Historical Museum, 115 E. Kansas St., has closed for the winter and will reopen the Saturday after Presidents Day, Feb. 26, 2005.

The museum's normal hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Volunteers staff the museum.

Twin Oaks' potluck

Twin Oaks Assisted Living will hold its fourth annual Thanksgiving Potluck on Friday for staff, residents and family. The dietary department will provide turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and stuffing. Families are asked to bring cranberry salad, green bean casserole, pumpkin pie or other seasonal favorites to share.


A cutline in the Nov. 4 edition of The Current contained an error. The value of the stepometers donated by McDonald's was $2,400.

¢ The Nov. 11 edition of The Current contained an error. In the story "Twin Oaks Director Keeps Focused on Community, Family," Debbie Eyerly's son was incorrectly identified.

He is Daniel Eyerly.


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