The Frontier Village Association has rescheduled its next regular board meeting to 5 p.m. Monday, Feb 26, at the Hampton Inn & Suites, 2700 8th Ave. SW, Jamestown. The meeting had been scheduled for today.
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Blue Jay basketball Saturday Boys Turtle Mountain 65, Jamestown 56 JHS 26 30 -- 56 TM 32 33 -- 65 JHS—Mason Walters 19, Boden Skunberg 14, Ryder LUnzman 9, Jared Kallenbach 5, Noah Wegenast 5, Jose Molina 3, Bryan Mosolf 1. Totals: 23-75 FG, 5-11 FT, 5-30 3-pointers (Skunberg 2, MOlina, Lunzman, Kallenbach), 55 Rebounds (Walters 16), 20 Fouls (Lunzman), 9 Assists (Lunzman 6), 13 Turnovers, 5 Blocks, 1 Steal.
Bowman, Vandal ranked for Blue Jays Ethan Bowman and Paul Vandal remained ranked for Jamestown High School in the fourth Class A wrestling coaches' poll, while Aden Braun and Aaron Mack dropped out of the poll. Bowman stayed at No. 2 in the 120-pound weight class. He has a 12-1 record since the last poll came out on Jan. 12. Laken Boese from Bismarck remains at No. 1. Vandal, a junior at 195 pounds, is tied with Braden Hatcher for the second most wins for the Blue Jays with 28.
A nondenominational Bible talk is planned at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11, at Ave Maria Village chapel, 501 9th St. NE. The event is not affiliated with Ave Maria Village. Speakers are Lucille Anderson and Janet Klenk. The purpose of the talk is to share and encourage the faith, hope and love that Jesus shared with the world using the BIble as text. The talk will include a few hymns and a prayer. Everyone is welcome. There are no fees or collections. For information, call 319-939-0949.
The next Jamestown community prayer meeting will be at Temple Baptist Church from 10-10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, at 1200 12th Ave. NE. All are welcome.
Jamestown F irst Assembly would like to invite everyone out to its Hymn Sing at 10:30 am. Thursday, Feb. 15. The Hymn Sing will take place at the church and then be followed by a no-host lunch at a local eating establishment. For more information call the church office at 252-4092. Jamestown First Assembly is located at 1720 8th Ave. SW, Jamestown, across from Conlin’s Furniture.
Starting on Sunday, Feb. 11, the Rev. Tom Eckstein will begin a special Sunday sermon series on the words of Jesus which he spoke from the cross. The sermon theme will be “My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?” On Sunday, Feb. 18, the sermon theme will be “Father, Forgive Them. They Know Not What They’re Doing.”
The permanence of marriage is one of the most misunderstood doctrines of the Catholic Church, church officials say. S o - c a l l e d “ a n n u l - ments” are a source of scandal to some, and disappointment to others. Catholics who have gone through the pain of divorce wonder why this burden is added when they are considering remarriage. On Monday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m., Timothy Olson, Juris Canonici Licentia, will speak at a presentation called “Are ‘Annulments’ just Catholic Divorce?” at St. James Basilica.
The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to email@example.com — with “Calendar” in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Monday, Feb. 12 Frontier Village Association, 4:30 p.m., Location to be announced.