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Community

February 13, 2013

Community Briefs: Feb. 14

Valentine’s banquet set for Friday

LAPEL — Daybreak Community Church, 1219 N. Main St., will host a Valentine’s Banquet for the community of Lapel and surrounding areas on Friday.

A dinner of ham, potatoes, green beans, slaw, rolls and cake will be served at 6:30 p.m. Childcare will be available. There will be door prizes, games and entertainment.

The church is located at 1219 N. Main St., Lapel. For more information call Thelma at 534-4422.

Bereavement Group meets Feb. 21

ANDERSON — The Bereavement Support Ministry of Bethany Christian Church that normally meets on the second Thursday of each month will not meet today since the date falls on Valentine’s Day.

This month’s meeting will be one week later on Feb. 21. Future meetings will resume on the second Thursday of each month.

Friday dinner will be before game

LAPEL — On Friday, from 5 to 6 p.m., the Lapel High School “Students to England 2013” group will sponsor a chicken and noodle dinner in the commons area of LHS.

Adult prices are $7 and student price is $3.

The price includes chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, a roll and a drink. Desserts will also be available to purchase for $1.50.

The meal takes place before the boy’s high school basketball game with Speedway High School. Tickets may be purchased in advance from participating juniors at LHS or available that evening.

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