From July 23-29 our church fellowship hall was the camp out zone for six adults and seven youth from Good Shepherd Lutehran Church of Tulsa, OK. They logged in time at Minot from Sunday -Thursday gutting the insides of four homes during the days. Each evening, they showered at the Rugby Armory, ate food provided by St Paul members and watched videos. They left this morning after cleaning the fellowship hall.
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