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Vacation Bible schools plan fun for kids

Vacation Bible schools are continuing at local churches. They are a summer tradition that offers a mix of fun and Bible study for kids. It is best for parents to sign their kids up in advance as some sessions fill up early.

• Advent Lutheran Church will host its vacation Bible school session, “Sky – Everything is Possible with God,” from July 9-13. There will be music, games and Bible lessons for children ages 4-12. Classes will be daily at the church, 13009 E. Broadway Ave., from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

The cost is $10 per child with a maximum of $25 per family for registrations made by Monday (a T-shirt is included). Late registration is $12 per child. Scholarships are available.

Information: (509) 928-7733.

• Zion Lutheran Church will have its vacation Bible school session July 9-13. The theme is “Light. Life. Awesome!” Classes will be daily from 9 to 11:45 a.m. for children age 4 through the fifth grade. The session will feature staff from Camp Lutherhaven, who will lead the kids in crafts, games, music, Bible stories and puppet shows.

The cost is $15 per child. Registration forms are available at the church, 8304 E. Buckeye Ave.

Information: (509) 926-5407.

Community dinner

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church will host its monthly free community dinner at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Those planning to attend are asked to call the church office at (509) 926-9766 by noon Tuesday to RSVP. The church is at 2511 S. Pines Road.

Trio performance

Assurance, a women’s trio from Heartland Baptist Bible College in Oklahoma, will perform in concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Bible Baptist Church, 11111 E. 16th Ave. Admission is free, and the public is welcome to attend.

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