Faith Lutheran Church's Women of Faith will be hosting their annual Women's Night Out on Friday, April 13.
Cost is $15, and a limited number of tickets are available.
Women's Night Out kicks off at 6 p.m. with punch in the Narthex, followed by a 6:30 p.m. dinner in the Fellowship Hall. The dinner will be served by Men of Faith, led by Bill Fradet, the catering manager at Concordia College, along with the assistance of many other men of the congregation.
The program of the night begins at 7:45 p.m. in the Worship Center. Highlighting the program is Debbie Fowler, who was honored as the first "Beautiful Woman," a project by Forum Communications Co.
Fowler, also known as LaDitzy the Clown, was selected for the honor from a pool of 100 nominated women. These are women who "have endured hardship and come out stronger, or women who give of themselves through community service, or women who simply exhibit a joy of living."
Fowler will speak about the many blessings and miracles she has received in her life, and how something good can always come from something bad. Fowler will discuss how she has found strength and happiness through God's gift of laughter, as well as the journey that led her to clowning and her character, LaDitzy.
Debbie Fowler has been married to her husband, Rick, for 38 years and has three grown sons, a daughter-in-law, and six grandchildren. Her youngest son, Kenny also has joined her in clowning as Kidder the Clown. Kenny suffered from a terminal brain cancer as a baby, and although he survived, the treatments left him with brain damage.
Fowler would like to share with others the common theme that everyone can benefit from a little laughter and silliness.
The Women's Night out is open to all women, not just those attending Faith Lutheran Church.