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Christian comedy set at Normalville church

| Friday, July 21, 2006 12:00 a.m

Christian comedy at its best! “Evangelist Rev. Prophet Bishop Apostle Preacher Teacher Biggie Smalls and Sister Anna Belle” will perform at the District Youth Fellowship at 1 p.m. Saturday under the church’s pavilion at the Church Jesus Christ Apostolic in Normalville. Come join them for food and fellowship; a volleyball game will follow. All ages are welcome. For more information, call 724-322-0101.

The Pritts Family Reunion will be held Saturday at the Indian Head Community Center lower picnic area. Bring a covered dish for a 1 p.m. meal. Family and friends are invited.

Family Fellowship Christian Center will hold its vacation Bible school from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays in July through Aug. 16. Come learn about Jesus’ love in a fiesta setting. For more information, call 724-593-6910.

Regular “Pie Social Bingos” will be held at 7 p.m. at the Ridge Community Center in White the last Tuesday of every month. Cost is $3 and includes refreshments. Event is sponsored by the community center.

Scott Hall, a one-man band from Melcroft, will be at Ligonier Beach from 7 to 10 p.m. Fridays through July. Ligonier Beach is located along Route 30, east of Ligonier.

The annual Acme Community Day will be held 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 5 at the Acme United Methodist Church. There will be good food, homemade jellies, plant sale, crafts and lots of fun and fellowship. Flea market space is available. Setup starts at 6 a.m.; spaces will be on a first-come, first-served basis for a donation of $5.

The Porterfield family reunion will be held Aug. 6 at the lower pavilion of the Indian Creek Valley Community Center. There will be a covered dish meal at 1 p.m. Please bring an item for the auction. Everyone is welcome, family and friends.

The Indian Head Church of God is sponsoring a yard sale Aug. 19 to be held in the church’s parking lot. If you would like a space with a table for $10, call the church office at 724-455-2626.

Last week’s trivia question was: What could an antique table and a bathtub have in common• Dorothy Beck, Merry Ritchey, Elsie Adams, Mary and Angie Ritenour, George Miller, Nancy Fulmer, Sis Prinkey, John Roadman, Marlene Luce, Alice Hensel, Kay Layman, Dink and Mike Shapiola all called or e-mailed to answer. The answer I was looking for is claw feet.

This week’s question is: What does it mean when the maple leaves curl• If you know the answer, give me a call or send an email. If you leave a message, please spell your name so I can get it right.

If you have news, give me a call by 6 p.m. Tuesday at 724-455-7746 or e-mail me at

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