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If your church or school is hosting an alternative event to Trick-or-Treating, post about it here, for free!
Share about your Harvest Party, Fall Festival, or Trunk-or-Treat event! It's all about a safe and fun alternative for the kids, with things like carnival games, music, and of course, lots of candy!
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Third graders from Calvary Chapel Christian School stopped by SOS Radio to share how they are helping the homeless in our city! You can help them at www.CCCSlions.org!
Wake up with SOS Radio and see if it helps your attitude at work!
On October 31st, Christian Life Center will be hosting its 1st Annual Candy Run. We invite Missoula kids and their parents to stop by the chapel at the back of the church for games, prizes and candy (and coffee for parents!). Our address is 3801 S Russell. If you have questions, feel free to email Krysty or call the church office at 406-542-0353. We hope to see you there!
Come and join the Sportsmen Church family in fellowship on Halloween Night for our annual "Trunk or Treat" festivities.
Sportsman Church will be serving treats and hot drinks to all who attend. What a great opportunity to meet new friends and find out what Sportsmen Church is all about.
If you would like to open your "trunk" of goodies or simply bring the kids, all are welcome.
3919 Stevensville River Rd.
Stevensville, MT 59870
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I’m blessed to have a view of a mountain from my bedroom window.
I was filled with awe and excitement the first time I saw it… but as I became accustomed to my new home, novelty turned to familiarity. What was once a mighty, majestic mountain had quietly turned into something else.
Chef Phillip Dell lost over 90 pounds by changing his diet & adding in exercise. He's also off a ton of meds that he used to be on that were related to his weight. He shares some inspiration & ideas for how you can get to a place where you may eventually be able to get off some meds too.
About Chef Phillip Dell: