Block party to celebrate 100 years at Minto United Church

Carter Haydu
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Moose Jaw's Kelly Sapergia plays accordion along with members of teh Dusty of Farmers band during the Minto United Church block party on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012.

How does a church survive and thrive for 100 years?

“We just have a boatload of faith and a lot of really good people,” said Maureen Colmin, acting chairwoman of the Minto United Church 100th anniversary celebration committee.

As part of the yearlong celebration of its 100th anniversary, the 1036-Seventh Ave. NW. church held a block party on Sunday.

The party included an assortment of highlights, from a bouncy castle to live music, a professional photographer to balloon animals, carnival games to face painting and food.

For more on this story, read an upcoming edition of the Times-Herald.

Organizations: Minto United Church, Times-Herald

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