The JREC is going to host the Entrepreneurship Club meeting on December 11, 2018 at 7pm at the University of Jamestown Unruh Sheldon Bldg.
Our Entrepreneurship Club’s mission is to provide entrepreneurial-minded students at the university, as well as the the community the ability to share ideas, connect with practicing entrepreneurs from the area, and receive input from other entrepreneurs.
Presenter Myra Olson will be hosting the free course “Weaving Mats for the Homeless.”
On December 6th & 13th, participants will learn how to weave and create mats that will help the homeless population. The class is free and pre-registration is required by December 5th. The class run from 1 PM to 3 PM.
For more information or to register, contact Beth Dewald at 701-252-4693 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bill and Linda Clark of Woodworth recently lost their garage, breezeway, and there was extensive smoke damage to the rest of the living quarters. They are long time community members and we would like to help them out with a benefit supper and silent auction.
There will be having tacos in a bag and a baked potato bar. There will also be a silent auction, live auction, and bake sale.
Anyone wishing to bring bake sale items, please bring them that evening.
There will also be a box set up for non perishable items or things they may need to stock their pantry. (household/cooking supplies)
They hope to have a little entertainment for you between the silent and live auction 7:30-8:00.
Please donate auction items if you can. Anything you can donate for auction will help.
If you are unable to attend and would like someone to pick up an auction item please contact Denise Hallwachs @269-1782 or Lynette Odenbach @ 226-7943 and we will see to it that it gets picked up and delivered to the auction. We would like all auction items there by 6:00pm.
There has been an account set up at First Community Credit Union in Jamestown as well.
Who knows Santa may even join us for the festivities!
The Stutsman County Youth Activity Day will be held December 27th at the NDSU Extension Office in Jamestown.
The fun day will feature tons of fun crafting events for kids during the holiday season. Activities include acrylic colors, advanced sewing, braiding, wood burning, knitting, learning to cook, first aid course and more. There will be multiple sessions for ages 5 to 18 throughout the day and something for everyone.
The cost to participate is $20 per child and you need not be a member of 4-H to participate. Kids must register for their preferred activity by December 7th. For more information, contact Robin Barnes in the NDSU Extension Service Office in Stutsman County.
Lunch will be served during the event.