|THE 1955 HOLY CROSS 8th GRADE Graduation Class is having a 50th Class
Reunion on October 22, 2005. Help is needed to locate five classmates:
Geraldine Jacobs, Barbara Osowski Miller, John Hansen, Ray Schmidt and Michael Walker. If you know of their whereabouts or can connect with a relative, please call Marge at 763-574-9342.
September 17 & 18
Here are areas where you can help now:
Fall Festival Raffle Tickets - Buy and/or sell them. We have extras at the Rectory.
Flea Market - Bring items to the garages behind the Rectory Monday thru Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. NO TV's, large furniture or clothing.
Fancy Booth - crochet, knit, carve, paint, holiday ornaments, dish towels, etc.
Mystery Gifts - Start searching for donations of "mystery gifts" for people of all ages for the Parcel Post Booth. Useable items for this booth are needed. Mark the bag "Parcel Post" and bring to the Rectory.
Bottlemania - Any item in a bottle will be greatly appreciated - shampoo, hair conditioner, dish soap, pop, etc. Bring them during the week to the Rectory.
Volunteers - Think of where you would like to volunteer your time to work.
Arts and Crafts - Design a theme basket. Pick a theme - Jewelry, Jazz, Junk Food, Jelly, etc. - and fill a basket with items relating to your theme.
Questions? Call the Rectory weekdays 612-789-7238.
|"A MAN WHO BECAME POPE" - The
heroic true story of John Paul II on the Hallmark Channel Monday, August 15, 7:00 PM. This is a special television presentation from Faith & Values media.
|"FORGIVENESS, A JOURNEY TO THE HEART" a special retreat for Separated and Divorced, August 19-21, 2005 at Christ the King Retreat House in Buffalo Minnesota. Presented by Father Jim Heneghan. For more information call 763-682-1394.
|ARE YOU TROUBLED by a loved one's alcohol or other drug use? Help is available from Hazelden. The new Concerned Persons Group offers family and friends support, encouragement, and guidance on how to help a loved one seek treatment. This two-hour support group meets Thursday evenings in St. Paul. Call 651-213-4621.
Today, August 14
Library open after the 10:00 a.m. Mass.
Thursday, August 18
AA & Alanon 7:30 p.m. in Kennedy Hall.
Sunday, August 21
Library open after the 10:00 a.m. Mass.
|ST. CYRIL'S CHURCH 1310 Second
Street N.E. Annual Church Festival
Sunday, August 21. Polka Mass at 10:30 a.m. Music by Twin City Soundz.
Festival from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Food includes: Polish Sausage, Hot
Dogs, Cabbage Rolls (Holubky), Hispanic Food. Cake Walk, Country Store, Big
Wheel, Kids Games, Pull Tabs. Raffle - $1400.00 in Prize Money. 10 chances to
win. Drawing at 4:30 p.m. New this year: Don
Palfko and the Lipa Slovak Folk Dancers will perform.
|COME ENJOY FAMILY FUN DAY on
Sunday, August 21, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at
the Media Entertainment Center ( 4 miles west of 494 on Highway 55) for a benefit
to honor the non-profit pro-life organization
Human Life Alliance. This pro-life birthday party, dance and sing-a-long
includes entertainment by the Chmielewski Funtime Band and "Mr. Piano"
Hap Corbett. Tickets are $10.00 per person in advance, $15.00 at the door, or
$35.00 for the entire family. For tickets call 651-484-1040. All proceeds go to
Human Life Alliance.
|EBENEZER IS ONE of the most rewarding and
outstanding organizations to volunteer at! Volunteers are
essential at Ebenezer and help to fulfill dozen of meaningful roles. Ebenezer
can help you find a way to share your gifts by finding the right volunteer
opportunity to fit your busy schedule. Volunteer to make new friends, make a
difference and help someone else. Call Noreen at 612-872-8515.
|BRANSON CHRISTMAS TOUR Six Days/Five Nights November 25-30,
2005. View the beautiful Christmas lights and enjoy the entertainment as
we travel to the musical city of Branson Missouri! Our trip will take us through
Kansas City as they light up for their holiday season. For more
information call Joan at 612-379-4488.
FOR RENT NORTHEAST
Upper duplex, perfect for single person, 5
Family Home, 3 BR, No pets.
Call 651-488-5077 for more information on both.