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  All Day Plant & Garden Sale Saturday June 7th   Variety of perennial, annual, vegetable, & herb plants at great prices. Garden tools, decore and more. 1113 S W Black Butte Blvd. Redmond (Zion Lutheran Church) Sponsored by Central Oregon Retired Educators Association.
 
  6:00PM 8:00PM The King's Heralds Southern Gospel Music   Southern Gospel Ministries is a local not-for-profit, non-denominational group of volunteers who have been bringing high quality Southern Gospel music to Redmond since October 2011. Our committee greatly appreciates your community service events website and any public service announcements you may be able to provide. Who: The King’s Heralds were founded in 1927 and their tradition of singing has continued since that time. The quartet comes to us from Portland, Tennessee, and presents a rich blend of inspirational harmony during their concerts that are presented throughout the US and in over 50 countries. They have the distinction of being the first Christian gospel group to tour the People’s Republic of China several years ago. They have produced over 100 albums and have received twenty-three Silver Angel Awards for excellence. They have also received the Gold Angel Award for being the oldest continuous Gospel Quartet in America.
 
  9:00AM n/a Heaven Can Wait 5K Walk/Run   5K walk and run to benefit Sara's Project, a breast cancer health education and outreach partnership; 541-706-6996; $25 registration in advance, $30 day of registration; www.heavencanwait.org.
 
  9:00AM n/a Heaven Can Wait 5K Run/Walk   St. Charles Foundation's annual Heaven Can Wait 5K walk/run for breast cancer has grown to become one of the largest 5K races in Central Oregon. Each year on National Cancer Survivors Day, the first Sunday in June, the Heaven Can Wait 5K draws thousands to Bend’s Drake Park with a shared mission to raise funds for Sara’s Project. Sara’s Project raises funds to provide education, early detection and support services to ease the challenges of breast cancer for people in in Central and Eastern Oregon. Heaven Can Wait, founded in 2000 by Charlene Levesque, a breast cancer survivor. Charlene’s diagnosis prompted Central Oregon Running Klub (CORK) to begin formulating the idea of a women’s event that would promote early detection of cancer and encourage a healthy active lifestyle. 2013 race results Your Participation in Heaven Can Wait: Raises funds for Sara’s Project. Educates the community about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. Encourages community members to walk or run for their health. Brings the community together in a celebration of life. Volunteer To volunteer at Heaven Can Wait, please sign up here. Contact Sue Boettner sueb@bendparksandrec.org or St. Charles Foundation 541-706-6996 with questions.
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