The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week:
The Anne Carlsen Center has hired two new team members in Jamestown. New team members are Laurie Hagen and Carlotta Rasmussen. Hagen works with the Autism Services Program as an autism interventionist in Jamestown. She previously worked as a social worker for South Central Human Service Center and in the domestic violence program. She has a Bachelor of Arts in liberal arts for human services and sociology. She is a licensed social worker and is certified in health information technology.
The Anne Carlsen Center was among the top three recipients of the Giving Hearts Day online fundraising event Thursday that raised a preliminary figure of more than $10.61 million through 50,908 donations, according to event organizers. The official total will be announced when all data is verified.
Monday: 8 a.m., Jamestown Planning Commission, City Hall, 102 3rd Ave. SE; 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. city of Jamestown public meeting/open house for 5th Street Northeast road design from 12th Avenue Northeast to 27th Avenue Northeast, City Hall, 102 3rd Ave. SE. Wednesday: 3:30 p.m., Jamestown Public Schools Health Insurance Committee, conference room, Jamestown Public Schools Central Office, 207 2nd Ave. SE.
A non-denominational Christian Bible talk is planned at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at the James River Senior Center, 419 5th St. NE, Jamestown. Those attending are asked to enter the door on the west of the building. Speakers are Becky Kelbert and Janet Klenk. The purpose of the talk is to share and encourage the faith, love and hope that Jesus shared with the world using the Bible as text. The Bible talks will also include a few hymns and a prayer.
Grace Episcopal Church at 405 2nd Ave. NE will hold a Transformation Preaching Series titled “Transformed by Jesus: When our faith gets knocked down” at 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12. A home-cooked meal will also be served.
Students and teachers from across the state are inviting the public to visit their technology showcase demonstration at the 2017 K-12 Education Technology Showcase from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Great Hall of the Capitol in Bismarck. The public is encouraged to take this opportunity to visit with students and teachers about their projects.
Weather issues have delayed and possibly canceled a planned project by the Jamestown street department to remove down trees from the James River, according to Justin Liebig, an engineering technician for Jamestown.
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