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RC-Humane Society of the Black Hills 02/24
Become a volunteer dog walker or cat cuddler. All volunteers must attend the 1 ½ hour orientation. Pre-registration is required. Volunteer at your convenience. Orientation class is Feb. 24 @3:30pm at 1820 E. St. Patrick Street. FMI: 605-394-4170.
RC-Canyon Lake Church of God 02/25
Offering Small Groups for men, women and Kids Club. Wednesday nights, 7-8pm weekly. Bible Study and conversation. 1829 Hillsview Drive, ½ mile south of Steven’s High School on 44th Street. FMI: canyonlakcog.com or 605-343-3208.
Hill City-Evergreen Garden Club 02/25
Winter Seminar Series, part 2. Topic is “Wild Flowers” Guest speaker, February 25, @ 1pm at the Super 8 conference room. Free, refreshments and door prizes. FMI: 605-574-2177.
RC- Zion Lutheran School & Pre-School 02/27
Celebrating “National Lutheran Schools Week”, Feb. 22-27 with several special events planned. 4550 South Highway 16. For events calendar and FMI: 604-342-5749.
Spearfish-Countryside Church 02/27
Celebrate Recovery meets every Friday night to support and help others heal from life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups through Jesus. Potluck Friday, Feb. 27 potluck and fellowship. 625 Woodland Drive, 605-642-0585.
RC-Crossroads Wesleyan Church 02/27
Rapid Vally-United Methodist Church 02/28
Multi-family indoor Rummage Sale, Saturday, Feb 28, 8am-1pm. Breakfast and lunch will be served. There is limited table space to rent. 5103 Long View Drive. FMI: 605-393-1526.
Sturgis-Follow Your Heart Ministries 02/28
Fundraiser “Dodgeball Tournament” to benefit the American Society of Civil Engineers student chapter. King Center Gym on the School of Mines campus, February 28, 10am-3pm. Cost is $30 per team of 6 players. Register online @ dodgeballsdsmt.webstarts.com or 307-751-1008.
RC-Shattered Hearts 02/28
A grandparents Grief, to offer friendship who those who share the same loss…the loss of a grandchild. Saturday, February 28, 9-10am @ the RC Public Library. Helen Hoyt Room. FMI: 605-381-7662.
New England, ND-Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church 03/01
52nd Annual Oyster Stew and Meatball Supper, Sunday, March 1, 5-7pm at 11696 A 73rd Street Southwest. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Proceeds to help support Christian youth activities and projects. FMI: 701-579-4347.
RC-Soldiers for Jesus MC, Sturgis Chapter 03/01
Motorcycle Hot Rod & 4x4 Swap Meet, Sunday, March 1 at the Central States Fair Grounds, 10am-5pm. Cost $5/person & children under 12 are free. Proceeds will go to Rapid City Club for Boys. FMI or to register: 605-545-0353.
Sturgis-Area Arts 03/02
Elementary Festival Choir Concert @ the Community Center Theater @ 3:30pm. FMI: 605-720-6361.
Meade County- 03/03
Reminder that any registered Meade County resident can vote in the upcoming election on March 3. Absentee ballots are available at the Meade County Auditors office. FMI: NOTIFD.com
Alliance, NE-Young Life 03/06
Rapid City-Cornerstone Rescue Mission 03/07
Annual fundraiser-Birth & Bison Banquet, Saturday, March 7 @ 5:30pm at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. Author Elia Moreno is the featured speaker. Tickets are $40 each, or $300 for a table of 8. FMI and tickets: cornerstonemision.org
RC-Crush Softball 03/07
Hosting a spaghetti feed fundraiser, March 7,4-8pm at the Moose Lodge. Funds will help pay for National tournament in Utah. Tickets $5.00 and $20 per family. Silent Auction and bake sale included. FMI: 381-5853.
Belle Fourche – Summit Open Bible Fellowship 03/07
Treasured Vendor Fair, March 7, 2015, 9 am-3pm. All vendors and crafters welcome. All proceeds go to help fund TREASURED, an event for teen-age and college-age girls, communicating that they are greatly valued and highly prized. FMI: 605-210-1964.
Camp Crook-Bullock Hall Community Players 03/06-03/08
Presents its annual play, a comedy titled West of Pecos. Family event, Bullock Hall @ 10930 Ladner Road. FMI: 605-797-4484.
RC-First Congregational Church 03/13-03/14
Rummage and Bake Sale, Friday, March 13, 8am-3pm and Saturday, March 14, 8am-noon. 1200 Clark Street. FMI: 605-381-3656.
Dickinson-Evangelical Bible Church 03/14-03/15
Acts of Renewal Marriage Conference, Friday, Marc 13 and Saturday, March 14 at Evangelical Bible Church, 2891 5th Avenue West. Childcare provided Friday for children 12 and under. Register online @ dickinsonebc.com under the Events tab or 701-227-1464.
Rapid City-Lutheran Social Services 03/15
Annual Benefit Dinner, March 15 @ 5:15pm at the Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn, 505 N 5th Street. Silent Auction begins at 4pm. No charge, but reservations are required and a gift or pledge will be requested. FMI: 605-791-6769 or LssSD.org
Belle Fourche-Black Hills Gospel Quartet 03/22
Free Gospel music concert at the Belle Fourche Community Center, March 22 @ 6pm. FMI: 605-347-5808.
Hill City-Evergreen Garden Club 03/25
Winter Seminar Series, part 3. Topic is “Fairy Gardens” Guest speaker, January 28, @ 1pm at the Super 8 conference room. Free, refreshments and door prizes. FMI: 605-574-2177.
RC-Lifeline Connections of the Black Hills 03/28
Offering Facilitator Training Living Free to equip facilitators to lead faith based, non-residentail small group recovery studies in the RC community. March 28 @ John Witherspoon College, 4021 Range Road, 9am-3pm. Cost $25 including training materials and lunch. FMI: 605-222-3664.
RC-Working Against Violence, Inc. (WAVI) 03/28
Party in Paradise includes prime rib dinner, silent auction, presentation of Spirit of Peace Award and music. Ramkota Convention Center, Saturday, March 28, 5:30pm. Tickets $8 per person, $550 table of 8. All proceeds to support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. For tickets and FMI: 605-341-3292.
RC-Shattered Hearts 03/28
A grandparents Grief, to offer friendship who those who share the same loss…the loss of a grandchild. Saturday, March 28, 9-10am @ the RC Public Library. Helen Hoyt Room. FMI: Carol @ 605-381-7662.
RC-Rachel’s Vineyard Ministry 04/17-04/19
Retreat to help heal the pain of abortion. There is hope through this weekend retreat. April 17-19. FMI: 60-374-5639
Hill City-Evergreen Garden Club 04/22
Winter Seminar Series, part 4. Topic is “Cold Climate Plants” Guest speaker, January 28, @ 1pm at the Super 8 conference room. Free, refreshments and door prizes. FMI: 605-574-2177.
RC-Shattered Hearts 04/25
A grandparents Grief, to offer friendship who those who share the same loss…the loss of a grandchild. Saturday, April 28, 9-10am @ the RC Public Library. Helen Hoyt Room. FMI: 605-381-7662.
RC-Shattered Hearts 05/30
A grandparents Grief, to offer friendship who those who share the same loss…the loss of a grandchild. Saturday, May 30, 9-10am @ the RC Public Library. Helen Hoyt Room. FMI: 605-381-7662.
RC-Working Against Violence 05/30
Hosting the annual 5K Peace Promotion fun run/walk to promote community awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault. Registration 9am near the band shell, 5k starts @ 10am. Snacks and door prizes. Event is at the Memorial Park Band Shell and west on bike path. FMI: 605-341-392.
RC-Meals Program TFN
Volunteer drivers needed, delivering meals to our inbound seniors in the RC area. Training classes are every Wednesday, from 2:30-3:30 or call for additional class times. 605-394-6002.
RC-Corner Stone Rescue Mission TFN
In need of warm any size blankets, quilts and comforters. Also needed are mattresses (any size), foam bedding and even sleeping bags. All donations to be dropped off at 401 11th Street, right behind the big First Interstate Bank on Omaha.
ND-Community Action Head Start TFN
Accepting applications for children birth to 5 and expectant mothers. Center options are available in Dickinson & Mott. Home based services include southwestern ND; an income eligible program. FMI: 701-227-3010.
RC-United Way TFN
211 Information Line is a free 24/7 service people can call for answers and referrals to social service agencies, government programs and non-profit organizations. In addition, suicide crisis line and listening support for people in need.