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Leon Hiebert was pastor of Andover Assembly of God (Generations Church A/G) from 1989 to 2009. He is a Viet Nam veteran who spent 10 years in the US Navy most of the time as a corpsman serving with the Marine Corps. A native of Belleville, Kan., ...

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Leon Hiebert was pastor of Andover Assembly of God (Generations Church A/G) from 1989 to 2009. He is a Viet Nam veteran who spent 10 years in the US Navy most of the time as a corpsman serving with the Marine Corps. A native of Belleville, Kan., Hiebert is semi retired and lives in Andover with his wife, Sharon. He is a school bus driver for USD 385, Andover, Kansas.

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I must admit I've never been a fan of April Fools' Day. The element of surprise does not excite me, especially when it interrupts my work or thought process. However, I couldn't resist sharing the following prank designed to catch your kids off guard.




When preparing an after school snack on April Fools' Day, you can rely on the traditional Oreo cookie to lend a helping hand. Gently twist the cookies apart and remove the cream filling with a knife. Replace the filling with white toothpaste and reassemble the cookies. Arrange the cookies on a serving plate and place it on the kitchen counter. When the kids arrive home after school, watch the element of surprise as they bite into their mouth-watering snack!


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