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Wednesday support meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous: 6:30 a.m., 917 N. Beech; 8:30 a.m., 500 S. Wolcott; 10 a.m., 328 E. A; noon, 500 S. Wolcott; 2 p.m., 917 N. Beech; 5:30 p.m., 1124 Elma, Imitate the Image Church; 5:30 p.m., 328 E. A; 7 p.m., 500 S. Wolcott, closed; 7 p.m., 520 CY; 8 p.m., 328-1/2 E. A; 8 p.m., 328 E. A; 8 p.m., 917 N. Beech. Douglas: 7:30 p.m., 628 E. Richards (upstairs in back). Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are open. Casper info: 266-9578; Douglas info: (307) 351-1688.

Al Anon: 7 p.m., 302 E. 2nd St., First Methodist Church.

Narcotics Anonymous: Noon, 500 S. Wolcott, 12-24 Club; 7 p.m., 15th and Melrose, at the church. Web site: http://www.urmrna.org.

TOPS #162, weight loss support, 8:30 a.m., 1868 S. Poplar.

Quilts of Valor meets

The Central Wyoming Chapter of Quilts of Valor “Crossroads Quilters” meet at the Central Wyoming Senior Services Center at 1831 E. 4th Street from 1 to 4 p.m., on Wednesdays. It is a non-profit organization that awards “Quilts of Valor” to military service members and veterans who have been touched by war regardless of the conflict, declared war or otherwise in which they served. QOV’s are lifetime awards, stitched with love, prayers, and healing thoughts. If you have served or know of someone who has served and has not received a QOV or if you have question please contact Linda Tackett at 253-0110 or Jan Whitney at 237-7709.

Chicken fried steak at Elks

Wednesday Night Special at the Casper Elks Lodge is chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes, green beans and corn. All you can eat for $7, children 5 to 12 are $3, serving from 6 to 7 p.m. or until gone. Members, significant other and guest accompanied by a member. For more information, call 234-4839. All proceeds go to Elks Charities.

Archaeologists meet

The monthly meeting of the Casper Chapter of the Wyoming Archaeological Society will be held at 7 p.m., at the Agricultural Resource and Learning Center at 2011 Fairgrounds Road. The Agricultural building is on the south side of the Fairgrounds and north of Guadalajara’s Restaurant.

Following a brief business meeting, Madeline Mackie, Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology at the University of Wyoming will speak on: Ice Age Hunters of North America: A View from the La Prele Mammoth Site. Wyoming is home to several mammoth sites, and they have provided much of our knowledge of about these early hunters. The La Prele site between Casper and Douglas is the location of the field trip for the annual meeting of the statewide Wyoming Archaeological Society to be held in Casper May 3-5. Take this opportunity to learn about the site.

Visitors and new members are welcome. Please contact Mavis Greer, Chapter President, at mavis@greerservices.com if you have any questions.

After school at the library

The Natrona County Library is hosting a Luck of the Irish program for students in grades K–5 at 4 p.m. Students will make leprechaun crafts and play a couple St. Patrick’s Day-inspired games. All supplies provided at no cost. Call 577-7323 for more information.

Journey through Psalms at Good Shepherd

Good Shepherd Lutheran in Paradise Valley will embark on a journey through the Psalms of the Old Testament during its annual Wednesday night Lenten fellowships and worship services, March 13 to April 10. Gather in the dining room at 6 p.m., and begin worship services after that.

Since the seventh century, it has become a common spiritual Church practice to meditate on and pray the Psalms during Lent.

In his introduction to the German translation of the Psalms, Luther wrote, “In the two great human passions of fear and hope, we find depicted in the Psalms a language which no painter can embody, and which even the greatest human actor would fail to transcend.”

Join us on Wednesday nights to April 10, for an honest and uplifting fellowship in The Book of Psalms. Good Shepherd is located at 51 Primrose Street in Paradise Valley, next to the Paradise Valley County Club, and behind the Shepherd of the Valley care center. For more information on the church, and its latest news and services, visit the website at goodshepherdlutheranchurch.biz.

Free tax help

IRS certified volunteers provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing to qualified individuals through April 12 at the United Way offices, 350 Big Horn Road, behind True Companies off Poplar St.

Hours are Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free dance lessons at Eagles

Free dance lessons at The Eagles Lodge, 306 N. Durbin (use the side door) on Wednesdays. Teens and adults are welcome. Learn line dance, country and pop, from 6:15 to 7:15 p.m., and country swing from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Learn swing, two-step, waltz, cowboy cha cha and more. Learn to dance with Machelle. Call 259-2501 for more information.

Compassionate Friends sets spring meeting

The Central Wyoming Chapter of the Compassionate Friends, a non-profit, self-help support organization for parents who are grieving the death of a child of any age from any cause, will have its spring meeting from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Natrona County Public Library in the Crawford Room in the library’s basement.

The summer potluck picnic is June 5, 2019 at Edness Kimball Wilkins State Park.

For more information please call Gail, 235-0702 or Sheila, 237-0735.

Area 307 book club

Celebrate your love of science fiction, geek out with fellow fans, explore dystopias, discuss post-apocalyptic titles, and discover new worlds at the Area 307 Book Club, a quarterly science fiction book club. The Natrona County Library and Science Zone’s book club continues with William Gibson’s “Burning Chrome.” Stop by the library’s second floor desk to register and pick up a copy, and then meet at The Science Zone from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., ready to share, listen, and discuss. Call 577-READ for more information.

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Sally Ann Shurmur arrived at the Star-Tribune to cover sports two weeks after graduating from the University of Wyoming and now serves as community news editor. She was raised in Laramie and is a passionate fan of Cowboys football, food and family.

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