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Vacation Bible School to be held at Pine Strawberry School

Vacation Bible School, with the theme "Rescue Zone: Saved by God's Power," will be at the Pine Strawberry School from June 11 to June 15, from 12:30 to 3:00 p.m. daily. This Vacation Bible School is for preschoolers to sixth-graders. We have stories, games, snacks and more. Come and have fun.

For more information, call 476-3552.

Archaeological-themed Bible school to be held in Payson

"Can you dig it?" the archaeological theme of Payson Church of Christ's Vacation Bible School is open to children, ages fourth through sixth grade.

Classes will be held 9 to 11:30 a.m. June 18 to 22 at Oasis Christian Book Store, 515 W. Beeline Highway or call Becky at (928) 474-3727.

Healing service set

Community Presbyterian Church will continue with its monthly service for "Spiritual Healing and Wholeness" at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 14. The service is designed to address both personal and corporate healing and wholeness, and includes the Sacrament of Holy Communion.

We meet each month on the second Thursday, and all who accept Jesus Christ as their Savior are welcome to join us at 800 W. Main St.

Call (928) 474-2059.

Pianist Sam Rottman to play in concert

Mr. Sam Rottman will again be in concert at First Southern Baptist Church, Colcord and Bonita, at 6 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Rottman received his bachelor's and master's of music from Julliard School in New York City. While a student, he was the recipient of nine awards in the form of grants, scholarships and prizes. The most prestigious award was that of Laureate Winner in the 4th International Beethoven Competition in Vienna, Austria.

He has given more than 1,300 performances in 47 countries, from the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, Southeast Asia, South Africa, India, China and Russia.

It is a privilege to have Mr. Rottman here in Payson, once again.

In addition to his concert, Mr. Rottman will give his Christian testimony and speak on serving the Lord with one's gifts.

He is now the pastor of Grace Church in East Mesa, on Brown Road.

Formerly, he was in charge of the piano department and served as the director of the D'Angelo School of Music at Mercyhurst College.

Everyone is invited to the concert. There is no admission charge. However, a Love Offering will be taken for Mr. Rottman sometime during the evening. Bring your family and friends and every pianist you know.

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