Jamestown youth plan mission trip

Youth from Jamestown served a lasagna dinner to those attending the sinspiration.  The offerings received will enable them to attend a mission trip to Tennessee this summer.

Youth from Jamestown served a lasagna dinner to those attending the sinspiration. The offerings received will enable them to attend a mission trip to Tennessee this summer.

This upcoming summer youth from the Jamestown community will embark on yet another trip to serve those in Brighton, Tenn.  

In order to go, these mission campers contribute their time to a major fundraiser every year.  This year they held a “Singspiration” at St. Paul’s Evangelical to receive free-will donations.  The Singspiration was organized by Kathy Reimler who also recruited the performers for the evening. The youth performed “Prince of Peace”, a group favorite they learned at last year’s mission trip.

 Following the performances the youth were able to serve a lasagna dinner with the help of donations from Advanced Chimney Techniques, C&R, Cal’s, Burgher Haus, HyVee, Gerbes, Wal-Mart and Fazolis.

Appreciation is expressed to St. Paul’s Evangelical, Moniteau Advent, Assembly of God, Grace United Methodist, New Hope Baptist and Jamestown Baptist and the community for attending and supporting this important fundraiser. 

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