Pequot Lakes church to host Vacation Bible School

Children pre-K to sixth grade are welcome to attend.

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PEQUOT LAKES — Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Pequot Lakes will host its Vacation Bible School on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 17-18.

The theme of the event is “Create.”

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Children in pre-K to sixth grade are welcome to attend. The deadline to sign up is Monday, Aug. 8, but those interested in receiving a T-shirt must sign up by Monday, Aug. 1.

For more information, email or call 218-568-4670.

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