Tabor Chidren’s ServicHV DNG WKH HDWfiHOG EUDNFK of NGA (formerly Needlework Guild of America) will celebrate 80 years of collaboration to clothe and provide household linens and personal care items for needy children, youth and families Sept. 6. The HatfiHOG 1G$ EUDnFK wLOO KRVW a noon lunch, with Ariana Burrows, Tabor’s child deYHORSPHnW RIfiFHU, SURYLGLnJ an update on current Tabor programs that are helping children in the area.
The Mennonite Heritage Center will sponsor a bus tour to Kansas and Oklahama featuring Mennonite and Native American history Sept. 11 to 19. Tour guides will be Dan Lapp and Ray Hacker along with historians John Sharp and Jim Juhnke, who will join the group in Kansas and Oklahoma. The tour fee of $1,395 per double room E$1,350 membersF or $1,695 for single room E$1,675 memberF includes lodging for eight nights, eight breakfasts, three dinners, all admission fees and guide services. Deadline for registration is July 1 with a deposit of $500 per person. The balance of the registration is due Aug. 15. The fee is not refundable,