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A8 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAYJUNE 9, 20l9 NEWS LOCAL NEWS Fairview’s Blessing Sale to benefit Sponheim family Fairview Alliance Church will donate all proceeds from their 10th annual Blessing Sale to the family of Pastor Paul Sponheim. A Fairview nave who has pastored the Richey Alliance Church for the last nine years, Paul is currently undergoing treatment for a recurrence of non- Hodgkins Lymphoma. He is receiving treatment at Mayo Clinic in Roches- ter, Minnesota, which in- cludes chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant. Though this is a long and sensive process that re- quires a lengthy stay in Rochester, Paul and his 406.433.4757 Michelle Hernafld'd‘ea MASSAGE THERAPY lMl family are encouraged by the doctors’ optimism for a positive outcome. In keeping with their tradition, the Fairview Alliance Church will offer a huge variety of unpriced used goods at the rummage sale, as well as freshly baked goodies for purchase. All donations will go di- rectly to the Sponheim family to help cover their expenses. The date cor- responds with Fairview’s community garage sale day. The sale will'be held indoors so, rain or shine, drop by Saturday, June 15, between 8 a.m. and 3 yeIIowslonemussoge@gmail.tom pm, at Fairview Alli- ance Church, 702 West- ern Avenue, across from Fairview High School. Get a blessing by finding items you can use. Give a blessing by donating whatever you wish to the Sponheim family. Community members can also contribute sale items in good condition by dropping them off at the church no later than Wednesday, June 12. Please note the church can no longer accept used televisions and com- puter monitors. If need- ed, pick-up is available by calling 406-742-5425. Are you seeing at your best? The ophthalmology‘specialists at Trinity Health provide a full spectrum Of eye care. From evaluating vision problems to LOCAL NEWS See The Dinosaurs and Unicorn Come Alive At The Circus The 2019 edition of Circus Saurus will feature artists from around the world. Immerse yourself into a mythological quest where fanta— sies and dreams be- come a reality. You will be transported to a whimsical world where mystical crea- tures will come to life right before your eyes. New heights of imagination will be reached as the elu- sive unicorn prances through the center ring to delight chil- dren of all ages. Di- nosaurs will once again shake the ground we walk on as we travel back millions of years and have your heart cap— tivated by our Majes- tic Asian Elephants. Not only will our Unicorns, Dinosaurs TEER CAMP June 3rd-8th Entering 942 Grade Registration Mon 9-11 am Camp ends Sat. Noon Circus S auras coming to Sidney [Line 2019 s and Astan- elepha ts excite you, but you will also be amazed by daredevils on the Wheel of Destiny, Tum- bling Acrobats, High Speed Jugglers, Hilari— ous Clowns and Aerial Artists who will soar to new heights at the apex of the Big Top. Carson & Barnes Circus invites the Sidney community to join them as they bathe their beautiful elephants in a spa day. The mighty pachy- derms will enjoy a luxury bath as guests take the opportunity to enjoy these animals up close and learn about their species. The bath time is sched- uled for 3 pm, Friday, June‘28 before the performances. For more informa- tion and tickets visit bigtopshow.c0m or call (580)743—7292. SENIOR QAMP June 17th~21 st Entering 5—6 Grade Registration Mon 9-11 am v Camp ends Fri. 12 noon UMME " .. géd a . .. ants sass am can? Tues. July 16th Entering 1-2 Grade Registration Mon 9 am . . . ~ C d fte er ‘ offering advanced treatment options, we deliver the highest level of $150 $135 amps; £531” “Parent may accompany personalized attention focused on helping you see more Of life. m CAM? Pfim‘égm mm $10 June 24th-June 28th Entering 7~8 Grade Entering 3-4 Grade 1, Registration Mon 9,11 am r Registration Mon 9-11 am ends 3a mn- _l Camp ends Fri. 12 noon I $135 ‘ OPHTHALMOLOGY SERVICES AND CONDITIONS TREATED: i J""° 10ml” Medicaleyelid surgery \fitreoretinal surgery - Laser floater therapy - Laser vision correction o Macular degeneration Cataractsurgery Glaucoma o Diabetic eye disease To make an appointment, please call: 701-852:3937 - Minot, ND 701-572—7641 — Williston, no HEALTH MAKING MORE POSSIBLE v a TRINITY Or visit i A fantastic way to reach kids in remote areas. Our easy, affordable service has everyone smiling, * including Dr. Stanley and his team, who provide much—needed pediatric dental services to children each across eastern, Montana. from way Havre G'asgm” Wolf Point ///'::::; BmsCapb‘flin Enjoy the ride. WE HAVE VE ‘ Come check us out! Now accepting new patients Around the clock 2508 Lincoln Ave. SE - Sidney 488-5700 800-CAPE~AIR . q. “verity-ed urtlii (KWHJ. ,_