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CrossRoads Fellowship church hosts annual Back to School Carnival, community invited

4:34 PM, Jul. 25, 2013  |  Comments
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CrossRoads Fellowship Church will host its second annual community Back to School Carnival on Saturday, Aug. 3. From 10:30 a.m. until noon, children age 4-11 are invited to play games in the church's parking lot at 846 E. Main St. in Waupun.

Each game is free to play and allows children to win tickets to use at the Carnival's school supply store. A free lunch will also be served for participating children and their parents.

"Part of our church's mission is to serve the world," explained Zack Casper, associate pastor at CrossRoads Fellowship. "There are missionaries we pray for and support across the globe, but there are so many people in our own community who need to know that they are loved. Whether you're a family in need of school supplies or you're looking for a fun-filled, kid-friendly event to attend, everyone is invited to this year's Back to School Carnival."

For additional information on the Back to School Carnival, call the church office at 324-2093; visit www.crossroadswaupun.org; or Like the church on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrossRoads FellowshipWaupun

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