Parish News Update – October 25, 2015

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Thank you to everyone who contributed to the annual Pink Coffee Hour for Breast Cancer. A check for $175.00 will be sent to the American Cancer Society.

Third Quarter Statements are now available in the Narthex (front of Church). Please pick up yours today. If there are any errors or omissions, please contact the parish office. Thank you.

 As of the end of September, those who have fallen behind in their pledge payments represent a $27,434 shortfall in anticipated income.  If you are behind in your pledge payments, please try your best to catch up as soon as possible.  Thank you.

Friends & Family Trunk or Treat is Sunday, October 25th at 4 p.m. in the parish hall. Join us, as the children parade around the trunks, collect candy and vote for their favorites. Bring a potluck dish to share. We will provide desserts and beverages.

Create and Donate a Gift Basket for this year’s Country Fair! Our gift basket raffle was a huge success last year. If you’d like to make and donate a themed gift basket for this year’s fair, please sign up on the bulletin board outside Parish Hall. Please type the title of your basket’s theme and its contents on a card to attach to the basket. Each basket should have a minimum $25 value. Baskets will be judged on appearance, quality, originality and a prize will be awarded. If you have questions please email or call Erin Andrews at or 516-660-1124.

St. Frances de Chantal Food Pantry is in need of the following items: flour, sugar, cake mix, muffin mix, mayo, mustard, tuna, juice, maple syrup, peanut butter, jelly, toothpaste, paper towels, tissues, bar soap, shampoo and conditioner. Also, kid-friendly cereals, such as Fruit Loops, Frosted Flakes, Captain Crunch, etc. Thank you so much. Your donations are very much appreciated.

Bake Table at the Fair – We are looking for homemade goodies for the Bake Table. Kindly drop off items sometime Friday before the Fair or early that morning of the Fair. Many thanks. Marilyn Zaun

Fair Donation items (no clothes or furniture) can be dropped off at the church, starting Sunday, November l and all week leading up to the Fair. Perishable kitchen items should be dropped off a day or two before the Fair. We need everyone’s help to make our Fair a success! Thank you.