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Bethany bell tower first to get attention under upgrade plan

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Good Monday morning, Bethany community,

Workers power-washed the bell-tower early this morning in preparation for painting later this week. The work is the beginning of a period in which Bethany will undergo $200,000 in upgrades. Also included in the work is replacement of windows in the sanctuary and in the basement, and a new heating system. Here are some images from this morning. That's Bethany Council President Dave Christensen looking on.

Rachel Pritchett, office administrator

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Reform ride anticipates as many as 200 cyclists

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Hi everyone,

The Reform Ride for Refugees, organized by Bethany’s own Allison Pringle and taking place Aug. 11 in Silverdale, is in the final stages of organizing.

Some volunteers still needed. Route marshals are seated along the routes, pointing directions to passing cyclists. Route patrols drive the course. Cheerleaders are at the end of the routes. Go to lcsnw.org to sign up. Volunteers can enjoy a barbecue and beer garden after the events.

Proceeds from the Reform Ride for Refugees will benefit refugee assistant through Lutheran Community Services Northwest.

- Rachel Pritchett, office administrator

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