Published DateLACONIA — Local youth from the First United Methodist Church, Congregational Church of Laconia and other community churches including Braeden and Riley Alward, Sophia Joyal, Bryan Bailey and others are planning a a spaghetti dinner this Friday, February 15 from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Laconia Congregational Church, Veterans Square, Laconia.
Along with their leadership team of J Alward, Doreen and Matt Richards, and Pastor Preston Fuller they will be traveling to Black Mesa, Arizona to work with Native American families on a Navajo Reservation. There they will be building homes, churches and community buildings, helping families with general labor, teaching kids and working in a soup kitchen.
Donations for dinner will be $8 for adults and children over age 5 and $5 for children under age 5. Tickets can be purchased at the door or by reaching out to the members of the mission team directly.
Those who are unable to join the spaghetti dinner and would like to make a donation towards their trip can mail donations to FUMC – Navajo Mission Trip c/o Matt Richards 64 Fenton Avenue, Laconia, NH 03246.
Local youth from the First United Methodist Church, Congregational Church of Laconia and other community churches will be traveling to Black Mesa, Arizona to work with Native American families on a Navajo Reservation. (Courtesyphoto)