Porter Memory Book
Porter March of Dimes Benefit
Yes, the 75th Annual Porter
March of Times Benefit. Franklin Delano Roosevelt founded the
March of Dimes while president of the United States and
initially the event in Porter was known as the President's Ball.
Roosevelt himself was a survivor of childhood polio and bound to
a wheelchair, making the events and his stamina of his
presidency all the more admiral. Porter's President's Ball began
2 years prior to the official founding of the March of Dimes in
With the March of Dimes
Organization has co-existed the Porter March of Dimes Benefit,
and this year will bring the diamond jubilee for Porter's
event. Mark your calendars for Friday, January 28, 2011 when the
event kicks off with supper at 5:30 PM at the Porter Community
Hall. Advance tickets for the meal are required an may be
obtained at Deb's Cafe, Cut Loose Lounge and Stone Creek
Antiques in downtown Porter. The annual event highlight, The
March of Dimes Auction will begin at 7:00 PM at the Porter
to extend a special thanks to the Porter March of Dimes
Committee: Merv Anderson, Curt Blumeyer, Norma Johnson, Teri Knutson, Dick
Regnier, Evelyn Regnier, Donna Stone, and Lennie Stone. Their
dedication is sure to make this a successful event.
Porter Welcomes New
Business to Lone Tree Street!
A brand new business has opened
its doors in downtown Porter at 310 Lone Tree Street. Donna
Stone's venture will bring a new experience for shopping in
Porter and compliment other downtown specialty businesses such as The
Quilting "B" Quilt Shop. To reach Stone Creek Antiques call
507-296-4446. Hours of operation are: Tuesday through Friday,
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Open on the 3rd weekend of each month from
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Cut Loose Lounge Now
Open on Sundays
Porter's Cut Loose Lounge is
now open on Sundays after voters approved the Sunday Liquor
ordinance during the 2010 election. Cut Loose will open at Noon
Porter Community Market Day Sale
Falling away from tradition, the Porter
Town and Country Club announced that the Annual Porter Community
Market Day Sale will be held on April 30, 2011. The traditional
3rd Saturday of April date conflicts with Prom at Canby Schools,
which is traditionally held in May, but due to the school's
participation in the Flexible Learning Year, the date for Prom
was moved to April as school will be out in mid-May. The 4th
Saturday in April is the day before Easter, so the 30th, the 5th
Saturday in April, was chosen for the event.
Pancake Supper at Bethel Lutheran
The annual Bethel Lutheran Church Pancake
Supper will be held on Sunday, February 13, 2011 from 4:30 to
7:00 PM at Bethel Lutheran Church. Pancakes, Sausage, Ice Cream
and beverages will be served. Cost: Adults: $6.00; Children
6-12: $2.00; Children under 6: Free; Family Maximum of $20.00.
February 18 - Water Levels Rise Flooding
Sewer System Fails; Massive
Winter Storm on its Way
Water rushed over Minnesota Highway 68 on Porter's west edge
on Friday as state crews attempted to
bulldoze ditches open to divert it. Efforts were unsuccessful
and a hundred foot stretch of the highway has transitioned into
a skating rink. State crews setup warning systems to alert
travelers to the hazard late Friday night. To add to
complications the city sewer system failed on Friday after being
overwhelmed by flood water that made its way into the system putting
sewage backup into residents' basements for the second time
since the September 2010 floods.
As an added insult to injury the Porter
area is expecting up to 15 inches of snow by Monday morning as a massive winter
storm moves into the region. A number of regional events
scheduled for Sunday have already been cancelled or postponed in
preparation for the storm.
February 20- Winter Storm Grips Tight on the
A Blizzard Warning was issued Sunday
morning as a powerful winter storm covered Porter with fresh
snow. 12 to 15 inches of snow is expected to fall on Porter by
Monday morning. Road Conditions are listed as Fair, but
reduced visibility in the immediate area, but icy conditions in
the I-90 corridor have degraded driving conditions to difficult
in Southern Minnesota. Road Conditions are expected to rapidly
deteriorate throughout the day on Sunday.
February 20 - Bethel Lutheran Church Has
Cancelled Sunday School and Worship for February 20.
First Thunderstorm of 2011
The early morning hours of March 22
hosted the first thunderstorm of 2011, at a temperature of just
34... Sleet/Hail and heavy rains have been hitting the Porter
area since about 2:00 AM. This means serious river swells can be
expected, and with the Yellow Medicine River nearing capacity in
Porter it could lead to a lot of concern in Porter.
Porter Population Decreased by 7
from 2000 - 2010 According to US Census
According to the 2010 United State Census
results for Minnesota that was released on March 17, the city of
Porter lost a total of 7 citizens since the conduction of the
last census in 2000. The decrease leaves Porter's official
population at 183.
Porter's Tallest Building of Over
100 Years Destroyed by Fire
broke out at the Porter Elevator around 7:00 AM on Sunday, March
27. Fire Departments from Porter, Canby, St. Leo, Taunton and
Marshall responded to prevent the blaze from spreading.
It was the last standing of three "classic" elevator
buildings in Porter (seen in the banner of this website) and
dates back to being built sometime before 1905 when it was known
as the Eagle Elevator. Early photos taken of
Porter's South side dating back to the late 1800's are
believed to have been taken from atop the building.
The building was reduced to rubble
by 8:30 AM. The elevator was used as a feed Mill by the
Porter Elevator Company, the elevator's feed truck was also
destroyed in the fire as it was stored inside the building.
Benefit for Sherry Olson on April
A benefit for Sherry Olson of Porter will
be held on Saturday, April 16 at the Porter Hall from 4:00 -
8:00 PM. Sherry has been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma and is
Annual Easter Egg Hunt
The Annual Porter Easter Egg Hunt will be
held at 10:00 AM in James A. Schoneman Memorial Park. Egg
hunters should gather at the concession stand before the 10:00
Easter Services Scheduled at
Bethel Lutheran Church
Holy Week is among us beginning with Palm Sunday on April
17. Join your family at Bethel as we worship up to the
resurrection on Easter Sunday. Maundy Thursday - April 21:
6:00 PM Luther League Supper, 7:00 PM Worship Service, First
Communion. Good Friday - April 22: 7:00 PM Worship Service.
Easter Sunday - April 24: 7:00 AM Worship Service, 8:00 AM
Luther League Breakfast.
Funeral Services for Lifelong
Porter Resident, Bernice Thomsen
Thomsen, age 94, passed away on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at
Sanford Canby Medical Center.
Funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. on
Monday, April 25, 2011 at Bethel Lutheran Church in Porter with
Rev. Ellen Munter officiating. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m.
on Sunday, April 24 at Birk Funeral Home in Canby with a prayer
service at 7 p.m. Visitation will continue at the church one
hour prior to the service on Monday. Burial will be in Wergeland
Cemetery, rural Porter.
Bernice Sylvia Anderson was born June 13,
1916 to Sever and Bertha (Miller) Anderson in Marble Township,
Lincoln County, Minnesota. She graduated from Canby High School
and lived around Porter all of her life.
On February 24, 1940 she married Ernest
J. Thomsen on the farm in Lincoln County. To this union, two
children were born. Ernest passed away on March 27, 1979.
Bernice passed away on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at Sanford
Canby Medical Center at the age of 94 years, 10 months, and 7
She was a lifelong active member of
Bethel Lutheran Church in Porter. In the late 1960’s, she was
the MN TOPS winner. She enjoyed sewing since she was 12 years
old and sewed wedding dresses for many people. Her hobbies
included quilting, crocheting, hardanger, reading, watching TV,
walking and singing. She liked to teach people how to make lefse
and doughnuts. She was a very family oriented person.
Bernice is lovingly remembered by her
daughter, Virginia Thomsen of Canby, MN; son, Jon (Betty)
Thomsen of Park Rapids, MN; grandchildren, Tawnya (Matt)
Goertzen and their child Ella; JD (Flossie Hunt) Fier and their
children Silas and Logen; one sister Yvonne (Glenn) Adkins of
Aurora, IL; one brother, Curtis (Florence) Anderson of Canby;
and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents,
Sever & Bertha Anderson; husband, Ernest Thomsen; two brothers,
Raymond and Donald; and two sisters, Elsie Moravetz and Trevis
Blessed be her memory.
Porter Community Market Day Sale
The Annual Porter Community Market Day
Sale will be held on Saturday, April 30 with all three auction
rings starting at 9:30 AM. Machinery and Automobile consignments
will begin on Monday, April 25 at the machinery auction grounds.
Household/Street Sale consignments will take place the morning
of April 30 beginning at 7:00 AM. The day will be full of great
buys, great food and great company!
Full Auction Bill
and More Information
Memorial Day Services
Memorial Day Services will be
held at the Porter Community Hall on May 30 beginning at 6:30
PM. C.J. Molitor will be the featured speaker. A Pot Luck Supper
will follow the ceremony.
Porter Fire Department and First
Responders Pork Chop Supper
Saturday, June 11 from 5:00 - 9:00 PM at
the Porter Community Hall.
Pork Chop Fundraiser Supper includes pork
chop, potatoes, homemade salads, bread & dessert.
Kid's meals available.
Raffle tickets available from any Fire
Department member or First Responder.
Bingo at 7:30 p.m.
Porter Cafe now Open
The Porter Cafe opened its
doors on Monday, August 1 after changing management to Stacey
Sik. Helpful hands spent the afternoon of July 31 into the early
morning hours of August 1 cleaning and preparing the cafe to
open business as normal at 6:00 AM on Monday. The first week of
business was extremely busy according to Sik. A new lineup of
menu items is being tried out and people seem to be liking it a
lot. The business continued to pick up as the week went on, with
the Friday Night Steak special finishing the week up. There's
still a lot to do, inventory still needs to be replenished and
menus need to be finalized, but one thing is for sure, you won't
go home hungry from a noon dinner or one of the Friday Night
specials. A steak fry is being planned to be held at the cafe
with lots of seating in the parking lot between Cut Loose Lounge
and Porter Cafe.
Festival Medallion Hunt Clues
The Medallion has been found! It was hidden in the trees
behind the Porter Jail.
Cow Pie Bingo Tickets
Go On Sale Monday!!
Tickets are available for $5.00
from Harvest Festival Committee Members.
Porter Harvest Festival 2011
It's here this weekend, August 19, 20
and 21! Celebrate Porter's 130th Birthday this year with a
full-slate of family friendly entertainment. New this year will
be a lawn mower poker run scheduled for Friday afternoon in
addition to all of the activities everyone has come to expect
Harvest Festival Information
Lawn Mower Poker Run: A $5.00
registration fee is required with registration and the run
beginning behind near the sign at Schoneman Memorial Park. The
event will feature stops all around Porter and there will be a
100% Pay Out! Final check-out will be at 6:45 PM at the park.
A weekend stay in the Porter
Jail: The auction for your rights to stay in the Porter Jail for
Harvest Festival Weekend will be held Friday Night. The
stay will be good for Friday and Saturday evenings. Sleeping
bags and pillows are suggested. The jail was built in 1896 and
has the amenities of the time.
Softball Teams: Contact Troy
Antony at 507-530-0602 to register your team for the tournament.
Harvest Festival 5K Registration Form
This isn't your typical 5k - Through The River and Over the
Pictures and results from 2010
Porter Cafe Brunch on Sunday will start at 8:00 AM, not 7:00 AM
Hey you Survivor
fans! Come out and watch and cheer for your
favorites!! It's great entertainment and these brave and
fun loving couples that are willing to give it their all
Charlie and Amy Anderson
Lee Hovland and Sue
Jerry and Tess Pridal
Matt and Greta Shoneman
Gary and Laurie Van
Hailie Moeller and Sean
Ashley Pesch and Devin
Matt and Holly Hoffman
Corey and Sara Stoks
Dan and Terry Dybsetter
Who will be the Sole
Surviving Couple as they compete in challenges that will test
their strength, athletic ability, will to win, ability to
communicate and their fortitude? Watch for them through
out the weekend in their exclusive Survivor t-shirts in a color
sure to catch your eye!
Listing of all Survivor Events
August 27, 2011
Gina Gruenes, Daughter of Mildred Schoneman, Passes Away
native, Gina Gruenes (Schoneman) passed away with her family at
her side from a sudden heart infection on August 27, 2011 at
6:05 PM. Gina is the daughter of Porter resident Mildred
Schoneman and long-time Porter mayor, the late James Schoneman
who passed away in July of 1996. Gina and her husband Ken and 2
year old daughter Jennifer reside in Richmond, MN. The family
has always maintained deep roots and friendships in the Porter
community, especially during Porter's annual Harvest Festival.
Funeral services are pending with the family at this time.
1968-August 27, 2011;
of Christian Burial will be 10:30a.m. Wednesday, August 31, 2011
at Assumption Catholic Church in Eden Valley, for Gina M.
Gruenes of Richmond who died Saturday, August 27, 2011 at the
St. Cloud Hospital. Rev. Virgil Braun will officiate. Burial
will be in the parish cemetery. Friends and relatives may call
from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday, August 30 at Assumption Catholic
Church and from 9:00 until the time of services on Wednesday.
The Christian Women will pray the rosary at 5:30 p.m. followed
by parish prayers at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Arrangements have
been entrusted to the Williams Dingmann Family Funeral Home,
Gina was born on July 8,
1968 in Ft. Belvoir, VA to James and Mildred (Winter) Schoneman.
She was married to Kenneth Gruenes on December 2, 2006 at
Assumption Church in Eden Valley. She worked in customer service
at Process Display, in New Hope for 12 years. Gina was a member
of Assumption Catholic Church where she was a member of the
Christian Women, a communion distributor and a lector. She was
also a member of the Richmond Rod & Gun Club. Gina enjoyed
spending time with family and friends, scrapbooking and playing
board games and card games.
She is survived by her
husband, Kenneth and Daughter Jennifer of Richmond; mother,
Mildred Schoneman of Porter, MN; brothers and sisters, Paul
Schoneman of Wahpeton, ND, Matt (Greta) Schoneman of Omaha, NE
and Sam (Josh) Bottelberghe of Osakis, MN; father-in-law and
mother-in-law, Joe (Anna Mae) Gruenes of Richmond;
brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Sue (Rich) Traxler of
Northfield, Arnold (Kris) Gruenes of Richmond, Sharon (Patrick)
Schettler of Eden Valley, Ron (Rebecca) Gruenes of North
Mankato, Jean (Chris) Wirz of Watkins, Joe A. (Stephanie)
Gruenes of Clear Lake, Tom (Carrie Wyrick) Gruenes of Oxnard,
CA, Ed (Sarah) Gruenes of Sauk Centre, Carol Rose of Eden
Valley, Bernice (Jerry) Schmitz of Big Lake and Richard Gruenes
and friend Beth Smith of Big Lake; Godchildren, Andres Beck,
Becca Schoneman, Jessica Moeller and Madalyn Schoneman and many
other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Obituary, online guestbook, and video tribute
A Porter Tribute to Our Gina
What can we say for Gina Marie
her laugh could set your soul free.
Her eyes full of life, Her smile so bright
Her only flaw… She drank Miller Light.
Nothing can fill this terrible loss
What will we do without "the boss".
Memories will rush back at the sound of your
And a game of tippy cup
will never be the same.
will be missed everyday
in every way.
But "we’ll see you
Porter Community Cleanup Day is Tuesday, September 27
It's time to clean up our town and homes before harvest and the
inevitable winter arrives. Curbside pickup of approved items
will be provided in the early morning hours of September 27.
Leave items for disposal at the curb the evening of September
26. Recyclable items and appliances may be scheduled for pickup
with A to Z Recycling in Porter.
Porterites are Flushing for Mildred!
mysterious green toilet is finding its way around Porter and may
end up in your yard next! "Flushing for a Friend" is an event
for the Mildred Schoneman Benefit that began the week of
September 12. When the green toilet finds its way into your lawn
you will be presented with three options: pay $10 for it to be
removed, pay $20 to send it to a friend, or pay $30 to send it
to a friend and buy an insurance policy that it won't come back
to your lawn. The $30 for the insurance policy has been a small
price to pay to ensure that it doesn't come back according to
those who have found the toilet in their yards so far!
Benefit Planned For Mildred Schoneman on October 8
Planning is well underway for a benefit for Mildred Schoneman
who has been battling cancer for nearly a year. A day full of
activities is planned for October 8 at the Porter Community
Hall. Highlighting the day will be an Omelet Brunch, Silent
Auction and activities for kids from 9:00 to 1:00 and a bean bag
tournament starting at 3:00 PM. If you would like to donate to
the silent auction, items can be left at the Porter Cafe during
the day or Cut Loose Lounge during the evening.
To get involved or to make other donations contact one of the
many event organizers, including:
296-4452; Laura Stoks: 296-4456; Josh Sumption: 296-4497; Pat
You can also help spread the word by
printing and distributing the
Porter Post Office Closure Public Hearing: October 12
Clarification of time: 6:30 - 8:30 PM
High attendance at the Community Meeting on October 12 at the
Porter Community Hall, 111 N. Park Avenue is a crucial first
step to saving our Post Office.
The citizens of Porter and the surrounding area will be given a
chance to express their opinions in a public meeting before
officials of the US Postal Service. A meeting for public
information and feedback concerning the proposed closure of the
Porter Post Office will be held from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM on
Wednesday, October 12 at the Porter Community Hall. The public
will have the opportunity to express their opinions and hear the
process that the US Postal Service is planning to follow in
their efforts to close the Porter Post Office. Citizens in
support of keeping the Porter Post Office open are urged to
attend this meeting to show their support in removing the Porter
Post Office from the list of offices to be closed.
Lifelong Porter Resident, Jule Jacobson, Passes Away at
Jacobson of Porter passed away in the early morning of October
17 at the Hendricks Nursing Home.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on
Saturday, October 22, 2011 at Bethel Lutheran Church in Porter
with Rev. Ellen Munter officiating. Visitation will be on Friday
from 3-7 p.m. at Bethel Lutheran Church in Porter with a prayer
service at 7 p.m. Burial will be in Wergeland Cemetery,
Wergeland Township, Rural Porter, MN.
In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred
to Bethel Lutheran Church, Porter, MN, Porter Development
Corporation or donor’s choice.
Jule Bendic Jacobson was born March 2,
1934 on the family farm in Limestone Township, Lincoln County,
south of Porter, the son of Berton and Lillian (Anderson)
Jacobson. He attended District 59 country school, Porter School,
then Canby High School. He served in the US Army stateside as an
aviation mechanic and returned home to farm after being
On May 31, 1964 he married Doris
MacArthur at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church and they made their
home on the family farm on the west edge of Porter. Doris passed
away on February 22, 2009. Jule moved into the Hendricks Nursing
Home in July 2011, where he resided until he passed away on
Monday, October 17, 2011 at the age of 77 years, 7 months, and
Jule was a member of Bethel Lutheran
Church, past member of the Porter Fire Department, and a past
member of the Porter Coop Oil Board. He was known for his quick
wit, for his ability to build and fix anything and for his
He is remembered by two daughters Andrea
Weisbond of Deerfield, IL and Janelle (Ben) Meier of Shakopee,
MN; two grandchildren Cora and Evan Meier; two sisters, Mavis
Anderson of Porter and Ardis Julian of Volga, SD; sister-in-law,
Mildred (Donald) Schweer of Milbank, SD; and two
brothers-in-law, Glenn (Donna) MacArthur of Canby and Charles
(Sharon) MacArthur of Zumbrota, MN.
He was preceded in death by his wife,
Doris; parents; father and mother-in-law, Roland and Agnes
MacArthur; brother, Burnett Jacobson; brother-in-law, Donald
Anderson; and son-in-law, Brad Weisbond.
Blessed be his memory.
Sign Memorial Book
SAVE OUR POST OFFICE
Write our Congressional Delegation expressing your support to
keep the Porter Post Office Open. Our voices are being heard and
will make a difference. Our congressional delegation wants to
help in this matter, and legislation has been introduced and
more is being worked on to save small town US Post Offices.
US Senator Amy Klobuchar
1200 Washington Avenue South, Room 250
Minneapolis, MN 55415
US Senator Al Franken
60 East Plato Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55107
US Congressman Collin Peterson:
1420 E College Drive
Marshall, MN 56258
Additional Steps to Support the Porter Post Office
The Porter Post Office does not run any mail routes, so
therefore the steps below must be taken to show your support and
patronage to the Porter Post Office.
1. Do not install a roadside mailbox if
you are a PO Box holder in the Post Office, this will be seen as
a sign of acceptance to the Post Office closing. The earliest
that most Post Offices could be closed by any account is late
April. If you do install a roadside mailbox make sure to inform
your Postmaster that it is for emergency backup only and refuse
mail delivery through your roadside box. It has been
verified that all roadside boxes in the city of Porter are
credited to the Canby Post Office, so all mail delivered through
these boxes and sales of stamps and merchandise are credited to
2. Purchase your stamps from your US Post
Office window, do not buy your stamps from a commercial
retailer, online, through your roadside mailbox as these sales
will not be credited to your US Post Office. They will likely be
credited to the Post Office where your route initiates.
3. Mail all of your mail and packages
inside the US Post office. Mailing from your mailbox or other
drop-off locations will not get credited to your Post Office.
Porter Resident Mildred Schoneman Passes Away
time Porter resident Mildred Schoneman, age 67, passed
away at approximately 12:40 AM on November 29 after a long
battle with cancer at Sylvan Court Nursing Home in Canby.
Funeral Arrangements are pending with the family at this time.
Longtime Porter Resident, Mildred Schoneman, Passes Away
a courageous fight with cancer, Mildred Schoneman passed away on
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at the age of 67 years and 20 days.
Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. on
Thursday, December 1, 2011 at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in
Canby with Father Craig Timmerman as celebrant. Visitation will
be from 5-8 p.m. at Birk Funeral Home in Canby on Wednesday,
November 30 with a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. and rosary to
follow. Visitation will resume from 9-10 a.m. on Thursday at the
funeral home with procession to the church following. Burial
will be in St. Peter’s Catholic Cemetery, Canby, MN.
Mildred Ann Schoneman was born on November 9, 1944
in Worthington, MN to Harold and Harriet (Stanton) Winter. She
was married to James Schoneman on August 6, 1966 at St. Mary’s
Catholic Church in Worthington, MN. They first lived in
Washington D.C., followed by St. Paul, MN, then onto Porter, MN in
1970. Her jobs were rooted in the Porter community starting with
Flynn’s Grocery, a home daycare, then as a waitress and cook at
the Porter Café, followed by bookkeeping at the Porter Co-op and
the Porter Elevator. Mildred was an active member of St. Peter’s
Catholic Church. She served as the president of the Porter
Senior Citizens Club and was a member of the Women’s Auxiliary.
Mildred's family roots ran deep into Porter with her late
husband James serving as the mayor of Porter for nearly two full
decades until his sudden death while holding the office in 1996.
Mildred was very active in the planning of community events
throughout her life in Porter and was a strong supporter of all
that makes the community great. Mildred enjoyed playing cards,
especially pinochle, and spending time with her children,
grandchildren, family, & friends.
She is lovingly remembered by her children, Paul
Schoneman of Wahpeton, ND, Matthew (Greta) Schoneman of Omaha,
NE, Samantha (Josh) Bottelberghe of Osakis, MN; son-in-law, Ken
Gruenes of Richmond, MN; grandchildren, Becca and Ali of
Wahpeton, ND, Madalyn and James of Omaha, NE, and Jennifer of
Richmond, MN; mother, Harriet of Worthington, MN; brothers and
sisters, Gary Winter, Chuck (MaryAnn) Winter, Deb (Mike) Lorang;
sisters-in-law, Ardis (Val) Schommer, Sally Fillmore, Darlene
Winter, Linda Winter; and many nieces, nephews, relatives, and
She was preceded in death by her husband, James;
her daughter, Gina Gruenes; her father, Harold; her father and
mother-in-law, Ernest and Josie Schoneman; her brothers, Armond
and Leroy; and sisters-in-law, Darlene “Dart” Winter, and Fern
Blessed be her memory.
Join Bethel Lutheran Church, 205 Spruce Street in Porter, for
Christmas Services. Christmas Eve Candlelight Services will be
held at Bethel Lutheran Church on Christmas Eve, Saturday,
December 24, at 5:30 PM.
Christmas Day Services will be held on Sunday, December 25 at
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