CEDAR FALLS — The Guy W. Iversen AMVET Post 49 will host a display remembering Iowans who have lost their lives in the War on Terror, beginning at noon Sunday.
All veterans and non-veterans are encouraged to view the display. There is no charge. The post is open weekdays at noon and weekends at 10 a.m.
Church holding dinner Sunday
WATERLOO — The Ushers of the Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist Church will host their annual Harvest Day Dinner on Sunday.
The menu includes ham, chicken, turkey and dressing, cabbage, dessert and more, all for $10. Dinner will be served immediately after the 11 a.m. morning worship.
Call the church at 233-9482 for further information.
HCC hygienists hold fundraiser
WATERLOO — Student American Dental Hygienist’s Association of Hawkeye Community College will have the Eat Wings, Raise Funds Night on Monday at Buffalo Wild Wings, 6406 University Ave., Cedar Falls.
Buffalo Wild Wings will donate a portion of the proceeds to SADHA to support the dental hygiene students at HCC.
Participants should mention the SADHA chapter to the server when ordering.
Wartburg alums honored at event
WAVERLY — The Wartburg College Alumni Board will present Tomas Lindor Griebling, Brenda Roman and the Rev. Roger and Rosemary Schneider with Alumni Citation Awards Sunday during the homecoming celebration.
Griebling is the senior associate dean for medical education at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, holds the John P. Wolf 33° Masonic Distinguished Professorship in Urology and is faculty associate in the Landon Center on Aging.
Roman began her career in academic medicine as the first director of community psychiatry at the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University in Datyon, Ohio. In 2014 she was appointed assistant dean for curriculum at the medical school.
Roger Schneider and Rosemary Schneider have guided the Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in McHenry, Ill., for 47 years, growing the church community from 300 to more than 3,000.
Church to host refugee program
CEDAR FALLS — Dema Kazkaz, president of the of Masjid Al-Noor Islamic Center in Waterloo, will speak at 7 p.m. Monday at St. Timothy’s United Methodist Church, 3220 Terrace Drive.
The topic is “What does it mean to be a refugee?”
The program is sponsored by the Cedar Valley United Nations Association. It is co-sponsored by the American Association of University Women of Cedar Falls.
The program is free and open to the public.
Amish focus of library program
DENVER — The Denver Public Library will host a special program on Amish lifestyle, customs and beliefs at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the library.
Don and Dianne Kramer of Dyersville will be on hand to share some of their insights on the Amish culture. They have presented “Our Neighbors, the Amish” in many libraries across the state. Their presentation will discuss some of the unique practices, such as the ordnung and rumspringa. Topics such as the Amish language, marriage customs, social gatherings and clothing also will be discussed. Amish refreshments will be served after the program.
There is no cost; registration is encouraged to ensure enough seating. Call the library at 984-5140 to sign up.
Fall concert set at Union High
LA PORTE CITY — The Union High School vocal music department will present a fall concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The concert will open with the 12 UHS vocalists auditioning for the Iowa All-State Chorus. The newly revised Union Station a cappella ensemble will make its debut, and the concert will finish with the Union High School Concert Choir.
There is a $5 admission, and activity passes will be accepted.