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Lindsey Voeltz to speak at Christmas Ladies Luncheon in Edgeley

The event is on Dec. 4.

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Lindsey Voeltz of Jamestown will be the guest speaker for the Christmas Ladies Luncheon on Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Harbor in Edgeley, N.D. The luncheon will be hosted at the Harbor/Lighthouse building on Main Street. This will be a catered luncheon and your ticket will be a freewill donation. Seating is limited, and reservations are required.

Voeltz has been a teacher for 15 years. She has taught fourth grade, preK, adult students in the GED program and is currently in child care. She is also trained in self-defense adopting skills and is a certified instructor in defensive tactics. She said she has taught skills to a variety of people from law enforcement to civilians.

Her daily life is full of “mom life” activities. Her husband is the pastor at Wesley UMC in Edgeley. She has two children at home, ages 10 and 4, and has others that are out conquering the world.

“It gives me such joy to be a part of this amazing day," she said of the luncheon event. " Connecting with others of like mind and adopting new faith and hope are things I pray we can accomplish today, through fellowship. Blessings, friends!”

Call to reserve a seat for this event. Call Pat at (701) 493-2528 or Stella, (701) 493-2449.

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