Bethel Outreach presents Mexican Fiesta fundraiser and auction

Published: Oct. 11, 2019 at 9:18 AM CDT
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Bethel Outreach Ministries is a small non-profit, "faith based" re-entry assistance organization. They are 100% volunteer which can be challenging at times.

Bethel was established by Reverend Clinton Lewis and Pastor Dan Monson beginning in September 1997. The name was chosen by Reverend Lewis, now deceased, in remembrance of his childhood church in New York City and it's meaning of a holy ground in the bible.

Their mission is to exist solely for the purpose of extending a helping hand to those people released from local jails and state prison systems and afford them the opportunity to become productive citizens in our community.

In doing so, Bethel provides re-entry assistance to those released from incarceration, including mentoring, housing, transportation, cell phones, bus passes, tools, clothing and agency referrals.

You can attend the Mexican Fiesta, October 25th to help the cause. It's at Lion's Park Kiwanis Community House. Dinner is at 6:00pm and live auction at 7:00pm

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