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Events


May 4-6 NWTA Goodwill Camp

  • Corey Wrenn,   Sioux City had Open House last week  with 40+ in attendance.  The Weekend is listed in MKPconnect for  staffing and registration.
  • Iowa City – Andy Levitt, To be this weekend at Andy Levitt’s, two hot seats on Friday night, How to finish guts, drumming circle, constellation introduction,8 men signed up, Bob Berger and Mike Fawcett plan to attend from Sioux City, Jim Ramm plans to attend from Des Moines, Iowa City is “pumped”.

May 5 BROTHER DANCERS

  • SPIRIT DANCE – GOODWILL CAMP
  • 6PM SWEAT – Light meal to follow
  • SHORTS ARE REQUIRED
    Talisman
    Sarong
    Towel

MAY 9TH FAMILY AND FRIENDS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO THE CENTRAL PLAINS MAY 2018 TRAINING CELEBRATION

WHEN:MAY 9TH(Wednesday)6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
WHERE:Church of Christ – 2111 West 6th Street, Sioux City IA  51103

WHAT: Potluck – please bring dish or dessert to feed 6 to 8 people
Coffee and lemonade, paper products and utensils are provided
Dress casually

For any questions Contact,
Rod Clay, Area Administrator    712-301-8665      rclay0596@gmail.com
Robert Berger, Area Steward      712-490-5762    sptdwlf50@gmail.com

Aug 3-5 Wilderness Training in Minnesota

Aug 16-19 IMZ at Creighton Retreat Center

Dan Pecaut is leading a Retreat in Green  Bay, WI.

 

 


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