Thank you . . .
To the over 70 parishioners, community friends and volunteers. We are pleased to split these proceeds 4 ways to help fund needed relief during the pandemic.
Pick-up day was a terrific day of friendly smiles (even though you couldn’t see them), nature’s beauty and a warm sunset.
In March 2020, the Ladies Auxiliary contributed a new coffee urn and 2 utility/serving carts. Little did we know the curtailment of fellowship due to Covid-19.
Fr. Peck wrote, “Both of these items will certainly help service the many events that take place here at the church.” He thanked us for serving God and living the Gospel.
If you are going to buy mums, why not buy them from us? We are working with our Spring flower grower – quality you’ve come to expect. In addition to mums, we are also offering Montauk Daisies. These are late bloomers and will bring a sparkle to an otherwise drab fall garden with their crisp, white daisy-like blooms. Cooler temperatures and warm soil, make Fall the best time to get this perennial established in your garden.
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- Order and pay on-line by Sunday, 9/6/2020
- Contact free pick-up on Thursday, 9/17/2020 from 4-7pm
Come one, come all – because everyone is welcome to participate in this wonderful event. Make plans now to join us for a day of fun, or sponsor a loved one to help a great cause.
For additional information, or if you desire to make a corporate donation, feel free to email our event Chairman, Fred Karl @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Auxiliary matched member’s personal donations up to $750. Members donated $1,037. Our $1,787 donation will purchase 7,447 nutritious MannaPack™ meals and helped bring the 2-day service project event to St. Patrick Crane Road Church.
Dempsey Hall was transformed from this:
Many volunteers during 4 sessions packed 133,056 meals during the 2 day event, March 6 and 7th, 2020. Thank you to all that participated to Turn Hunger into Hope.
Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children® is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals for starving, malnourished and hungry people. The prepackaged dry meals—costing less than a quarter each to make—are funded and assembled by donor-volunteers in the United States. FMSC food has reached more than 70 countries in their history.
Shred Day Fundraiser – April 25th moved to TBD Fall date.
Charity Garden Market – May 9th – It is with much regret that we’ve canceled our Charity Garden Market for 2020. It was an agonizing decision for the Committee as flowers bring joy and beauty to our lives particularly during this unprecedented time. We had hoped to continue with an on-line annuals purchase and pick-up/delivery, but that will not be possible. For anyone that had already placed an on-line order, we have refunded your purchase.
May God bless our world, and each of you with healing and strength.
The Knights of Columbus and Ladies Auxiliary are delighted to sponsor the statue of Jesus and Children to benefit and inspire our children and future generations at St. Patrick School.
Monsignor Deutsch wrote, “Sacred art created throughout the ages by men and women whose faith has inspired them to create which is good, true and beautiful will inspire our young people to raise their own gifts and talents to our creator. True and sacred art makes us better and want to be better.”
At the Ladies Auxiliary January 6, 2020 meeting, Doris Braddock, Treasurer and Carla Weeks, Event Chair presented Living Well’s Director, Angela McCrum with checks totalling $2,500, as Donna Fike, President looks on. Thank you to all those that came out for the evening and much gratitude goes to our donors and sponsors without whom this level of contribution would not have been possible.
LivingWell is dedicated to delivering evidence-based, medically mainstream programs and services that encourage, empower, support and bring hope to thousands of newly diagnosed patients with cancer and their families every year. All programs and services are provided free of charge because they believe that no one should face cancer alone.
On Saturday, October 19th, Bishop David Malloy stopped for a photo with Donna Fike, President of the Ladies Auxiliary Council 12,497. Donna co-hosted the Ladies Luncheon and presented how our council has grown in the past 11 years in faith, friendship and service.
Providing 3,000 meals to hungry neighbors. And good for you, too! Orange-fleshed sweet potatoes may be one of nature’s unsurpassed sources of beta-carotene.