A HUGE thank you to all the families & volunteers who made this year’s banquet a success! We were able to raise over $80,000.00!
Investment & Retirement Advisors
Bonetraill Bit Service
Stew & Carol Vachal
Jeff & Nancy Vickers
Pat & Harvey Lee
LifeChurch Assembly of God
Pierce Auto Body
Quality Tax Preparation
Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church
Ace Sprinkler Systems / Handy Andy’s Nursery
Crosby Assembly of God Church
Ward & Joetta Koeser
Tim & Jill Kleven
Williston Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Industrial Equipment Sales & Service
Mountrail Williams Electric Cooperative
American State Bank & Trust
New Hope Wesleyan Church
Western Cooperative Credit Union
Everson-Coughlin Funeral Home
Seven K Huts / Pizza Hut
Fulkerson Funeral Home
Scallon Auto Body
Empire Oil Company
A Special Thank You to:
Williston Parks & Recreation
Border States Electric
New Hope Wesleyan Church
Williston Trinity Christian School’s ANNUAL BANQUET & AUCTION is Saturday, April 9, 2022. The featured guest speaker is Daniel Ritchie. We are excited to once again feature a silent and live auction as part of our fundraising banquet this year. The items are starting to come in! We will feature many of the items on our Facebook page & website in the upcoming weeks, and we are planning to give those of you who are unable to attend the event in person an opportunity to bid early online on some of the items.
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Come early to start bidding on the silent auction items! Be sure to get your bid number when you arrive. Dinner is served beginning at 6:00 p.m. Dinner options are Seafood Stuffed Chicken or Swedish Meatballs, in addition to sides & dessert. After dinner, the live auction will commence followed by the guest speaker.
Tickets are $30 each available in the school office, or online at wtcsnd.org. Childcare (ages 6 months – 12 years old) is available at New Hope (located across the street from WTCS). The cost is $20/child for the evening of the event. RSVP on your ticket to reserve your spot.
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“Hi, I’m Daniel. I was born without arms. But God is glorified in my difference and has given me a thriving life.
“God has given me the opportunity and call to speak to more than 200,000 people every year – sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ as well as what I have learned being born visibly different. God has shaped my perspective to pursue a full life because I am defined by Him, and His grace rather than seeing myself as the sum of two empty sleeves or finding my value in the eyes of the critical opinions of the world.
“It is my joy to encourage others, and provide them with the hope of Christ. My circumstances are unchanging, as are many of yours. And if God has brought me to a place of contentment and joy in this very visible difference to the watching world – which affects every day in public or private – then He is most able to do the same for anyone else.”
For more information including Daniel’s videos & blog, go to danielritchie.com