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St. Mary's Altar Society plans Harvest Bazaar

By Victoria Advocate
Oct. 18, 2012 at 5:18 a.m.


St. Mary's Altar Society met Oct. 8 at 401 S. Liberty St. The Rev. Patrick Knippenberg said the invocation.

Al Bomba, president, opened the meeting with the pledge to the flag of the United States of America.

The Altar Society Harvest Bazaar will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 3 at 401 S. Liberty St. in the Activity Center. Lunch of potato soup, cheese bread and dessert will be take-out or dine-in. Also on the menu will be homemade cinnamon rolls. There will be many handmade items (fall and Christmas), a Country Store of baked goods, a raffle and plants.

The society had one of the church monstrance re-plated. It is back and ready for use.

Charlotte Sartor and Geraldine Jurica are in charge of altar care for the month of October.

The yearly retreat was attended by 95 people. Chairwoman Lorraine Hebert thanked the Rev. Patrick Knippenberg for moderating.

Hostesses for the meeting were Mary Ann Vivion, Loretta Martin, Mary Louise Ruth and Fluff Young.

Thirty-five people were in attendance. Mel Meanor won the door prize. He donated it to the Relay for Life.

Dates to remember are Coffee and Donut Social on Sunday and Harvest Bazaar on Nov. 3.

The next meeting is Nov. 12.

The meeting adjourned with prayer and a social hour followed.

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