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Baccalaureate service to celebrate 2015 graduates

WENATCHEE — Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church will host a 2015 Community Baccalaureate service on Sunday. The service begins at 7 p.m. at the church, 1400 S. Miller St.

Articles of Faith

A retirement celebration for Rev. Dr. Ann Hinz of Peshastin United Church of Christ will be held on Sunday.

Family notebook

The Numerica Performing Arts Center (PAC) is accepting financial aid applications for Summer Stage Kids 2015.

Worship concert planned

Josh and Sarah Snodgrass of Potter’s Field Ministries will lead a special worship concert at Cornerstone Christian Church on May 29.

Basement sale planned

Kingdom Embassy Church is hosting a basement sale fundraiser today and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

New rector leads services

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will celebrate Holy Eucharist on Sunday, with services delivered by the church’s new rector, Rev. Frances Twiggs.

Mind, body and spiritual maturity

My visitor was 11 months old and had been walking (running and falling) for over a month. He is my newest great-grandson and to capture his adorable ways in time is a common wish, but growth and change are necessary for life.

Musician to speak at UU service

Cascade Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will host guest speaker Carolyn Cruso of Orcas Island during service May 3.

Free-range kids: When are kids old enough to be alone?

BALTIMORE — Fifth-grader Aiden Coldsmith has memorized the streets around his family’s home in the Waverly neighborhood. He knows every mud puddle, the homes of dogs both friendly and fierce, a park where a group of middle school girls hang out. The 11-year-old walks alone the few blocks to an art program or hardware store with “really good candy.”