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Ministerial Association hosts Baccalaureate Service


A Baccalaureate service for Saratoga and Encampment high school graduates is taking place at the Platte Valley Community Center Friday.

The event, which starts at 7 p.m. and is sponsored by the Platte Valley Ministerial Association, honors the graduates of the two schools and provides spiritual hope and encouragement as they conclude their high school journey. The service includes music by the young people who lead worship at the community youth group, Aliens and Strangers.

Various churches will join together and assist in different aspects of the service, and the speaker for the evening is Keith Brauneis of Lander. Brauneis is an evangelist and bible and history teacher in Fremont County, who teaches at Riverton High School and speaks to youth around the country. He also serves at Wind River Community Church in Lander.

After his conversion to Christianity while at the University of Wyoming, where he played football and ran track, Brauneis inherited a heart for young people, a press release said. He desired to bring a message of hope and joy to young people as they sought to better understand God.

The service is open to, not only graduates and their families, but also everyone in our communities. It is an evening to celebrate with the young people.


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