Faith Factor: Tahoe youths spread the news in five-day camps |

Faith Factor: Tahoe youths spread the news in five-day camps

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TAHOE andamp;#8212; Julia, 17, and Carly Lippert, 15, are giving one week of their summer, both day and night to teach children about Jesus this summer. They will teach five Day Clubs to children ages 5 – 12 years old in both Incline Village and Kings Beach. Bible lessons, songs, Bible scripture, a missionary story, games, snacks, and prizes are part of this program sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship, a world-wide missionary organization. Barbara Brown, CEF Lake Tahoe representative, coordinates these clubs every summer and helps equip teenagers to teach the children by attending a one week training camp near Redding, Calif. If your child is interested in attending these clubs, they will be held the week of July 18-22, at the old elementary school parking lot, 771 Southwood Blvd., Incline Village, Nev., 2:30-4 p.m. and at the Kings Beach Parentsandamp;#8217; Co-op, 8082 Steelhead Ave., across from the Boys andamp; Girlandamp;#8217;s Club of North Lake Tahoe the same week, 6:30-8 p.m. The clubs are free to all ages. Call 775-351-9650 for information.andamp;#8212; Submitted to

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