This Friday, February 25th, the public is invited to attend the annual Bethesda Worship Center's annual spaghetti dinner and auction to raise money for their mission work. One of the event organizers, Alicea Steir tells us of some of the benefactors of their efforts.
Other missions they support internationally are in India and Tibet, and they provide local volunteers at the VOA's WyStar program and at the Wyoming Girls School
A 20-year-old Sheridan College student, Alicea will be getting her Associates Degree in Health Science this May, with plans to go on to get her degree in Pediatric Physical Therapy. She explains how she got involved with the fundraiser.
Along with the dinner, there will be an area for children to play while the adults participate in the auction. Some of the items on which to bid include a collection of Lloyd Middleton and Annette Himstedt dolls; a fly fishing package on the Big Horn River; and a 243 rifle.
The event gets underway at 6 pm at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. Cost is $5 per person or $20 per family.