Sunday, October 9, 2011
28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
God will fully supply whatever you need,
in accord with his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.
175 Wolf Hill Road, Melville, NY 11747
631.271.4455 ~ www.stelizabeth.org
The Center Office Hours
Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We invite all new members of our parish community to register at the Center or online. We also encourage
you to join one of our numerous parish ministries, so that you may acquire a deeper sense of belonging and
accomplishment serving the needs of others.
Confident of Christ’s transforming love, nourished by Word and Sacrament, we are compelled to further the
Reign of God in our families, our parish, and our community through welcome and outreach to everyone.
Recognizing the dignity and value of all human beings and honoring their life situations, we the people of
* Challenge one another to promote the Gospel message by serving the issues of justice.
* Welcome and seek to engage all people, especially those who feel marginalized.
* Provide a well-spring of strength and support through active participation in liturgy; engagement in faith
formation; and the deepening of our spirituality.
* Encourage creativity and imagination toward the fulfillment of our Vision through collaboration, dialogue
and mutual accountability.
Father Frank Schneider • Pastor - Ext. 313 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Deacon John Failla • Ext. 316 • email@example.com
Deacon Joseph Mercolino (retired) • firstname.lastname@example.org
Virgil Barkauskas • Director, Music - Ext. 307 • email@example.com
Anita DosSantos • Director, Parish Social Ministry - Ext. 309 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Maurer • Director, Youth Ministry - Ext. 310 • email@example.com
Harry Perepeluk • Business and Facilities Manager - Ext. 304 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Lois Szypot • Director, Religious Education - Ext 308 • email@example.com
Bulletin & Communications • Elvira Luckstone - Ext. 311 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Office • Linda Zumpano - Ext. 303 • email@example.com
Reception Desk • Mary McNamara • Joyce Furman • Connie Falen - Ext. 301
firstname.lastname@example.org • email@example.com • firstname.lastname@example.org
Religious Education • Jeanne Beirne - Ext. 302 • email@example.com
Sacristan • Ed Vasta
Robert Ahlstrom (Trustee); Eileen Conneely; Joseph Hoffman;
Call 631.261.5130 for information on
Oneida Lillis; Charles Mahoney III; James Martin; Marguerite Melone
grades K - 8 and 631.261.8520 for informa-
Robert Mockrish (Trustee); Patricia Scharpf; Fr. Frank Schneider.
tion on their Nursery and Pre-K programs.
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Introduction to the New Roman Missal
Adult Faith Formation 2011-2012
All parishioners are invited to attend
one of these series of four mini-sessions!
This year, the Family Program is pleased to announce that, in preparation for implementation of the
New Roman Missal on the First Sunday of Advent, November 27, 2011, instruction on the changes
will be held during our regularly-scheduled Family Program sessions and will also be open to any
adult parishioner wishing to attend. Sessions will be offered on the following dates and times:
Monday afternoons 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. Fr. Frank Schneider, M.Div. J.C.D.
October 17, 24 and November 14, 28
Tuesday afternoons 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. Deacon John Failla, M.A.
October 18, 25 and November 15, 29
Tuesday evenings 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Rev. Msgr. Andrzej Zglejszewski
October 18, 25 and November 15, 29
Wednesday afternoons 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. Patricia Leonard, M.A.
October 19; 26 and November 16; 30
Please register for the session of your choice by calling Jeanne in the Religious Education
Office at the Parish Center 631.271.4455 x 302 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
THE JUBILEE IS COMING!
SAVE THE DATES!
Opening Mass for our Jubilee: November 27, 12 Noon
followed by Hospitality.
Important Meeting: 7:30 p.m., October 24
For all 70 leaders of our parish ministries and groups!
The Memories Committee would like to collect memories from the 60’s and 70’s. You can
share your memories via our website (www.stelizabeth.org); just click on the link “Send
us Your Memories” on the left-hand side of our homepage, fill out the form, and then click the
“Share my Memories” button at the bottom of the page or send your memories to the Committee
via email: email@example.com St. E. Melville-2
STEWARDSHIP OF OUR
TIME, TALENT AND TREASURE
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church
2010-2011 Accomplishments and 2011-2012 Goals
This will be published in installments. Please see our website for the full report.
GOALS FOR THE TEAM DURING JUBILEE TIME
Our leadership involves strengthening community, “at-one-ment” with the varied members of our
community, inviting parishioners throughout the year to envision the “big picture” of our faith
community. We may find ways to break free of our routines, for example, vary the patterns of the
team meetings, our ways of ministering. “Unclutter,” free ourselves of the non-essentials. During
this holy fallow time of jubilee, reflect often on the good of our parish community, allow ourselves
to be fed by the fruits of these fifty years.
Pastoral Study Goals (2007-2012)
Develop an organized Youth Ministry.
Locate place for Youth to gather.
Develop an organized Young Adult Ministry.
2010 -2011 Accomplishments
1. The Confirmation Preparation program continues to be strengthened.
▪ A new master catechist was brought on board to assist with the Confirmation preparation program.
▪ The Soup Supper was scheduled for one evening and was well-attended.
Other Confirmation class service projects now include work with HIHI, Outreach, and
other ongoing communal service work.
▪ The interview process now includes all levels of Confirmandi from the end of sixth grade until the
end of eighth grade.
2. The Youth Minister attended the Young Adult seminar at Fordham University to further update on
how best to meet this very challenging sector of the parish community.
3. Youth Ministry works at ways to integrate social justice into the year. For example, the annual
Lock-In featured a hands-on experience of homelessness.
2011 -2012 Goals
As the five-year goals wind down, reflect on what shape young adult ministry has taken in the parish,
identify the strengths and plan for a realistic form for the ministry. Continue to connect the sports
programs to the vision and mission of the parish, e.g., through board membership.
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PASTORAL COUNCIL MEETING
October 3, 2011
Positive feedback concerning the new visiting
"40 Days for Life" through November 6 priests who are assisting on Sundays. We hope
Remember, we are in the middle of this that they will continue to serve us (on a month-
campaign. Please offer prayers and fasting to-month basis).
daily for an end to abortion. The Rosary is
especially powerful for this. If you are Council members are urged to register for one
interested in prayer outside the Planned of the four mini-series on the new translation
Parenthood facility in Hempstead, please of the Roman Missal; all liturgical ministers will
call Mary LaMagna at 631.427.5237. Please be attending with the Family Program parents.
bring the message of life to our communities
during your daily routine. The Opening Mass for the Jubilee is on Sunday,
November 27 at 12:00 p.m. The 20 Working
October 17 - Adoration and Rosary for Life Committees are at various stages of their
Please come to adore the Lord in the Blessed preparations. Two members complete their
Sacrament at the Spiritual Life Center Chapel terms in December (Joe Hoffmann and
between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. These are our Charles Mahoney) and also Bob Mockrish
usual Adoration hours; however, on this day completes his term as Trustee.
we ask that you offer your hour for an end to
abortion and anything destroying life. There
will be special prayer sheets available. We Council members began to discuss Pastoral
will also be praying the "Rosary for Life" Planning (5-year goals complete next June, 2012).
together at 10:00, 11:30, 1:00 and 2:30. We can use this year to review the success of the
pastoral study and the goals, and begin to develop
ways to move into the future. Council members
November 7 ~ Next Meeting. who have served before reminded the group that a
Please join us at 7:30 in Room 109.
survey was conducted and then it took a few years
to develop the first Vision and Mission Statement,
Pray without ceasing. 1 Thessalonians 5, 16
from which came various ideas for the parish. (It
was updated in 2004).
ROSARY SOCIETY Stewardship developed from the council and it is
MEETING now a separate ministry. After that, CARA
(church researchers) was hired to conduct
another survey. Six years ago Greg Cellini was
Our next meeting on staff and led the pastoral study from which the
current five-year goals developed. The Council
will be will prayerfully reflect on the current vision and
mission statement and the five-year goals, study
Wednesday, October 12. materials on pastoral planning, and continue
Join us for “steal” bingo and
please remember to bring
a scratch-off lotto ticket!
Call Betti at 549.9451 St. E. Melville-4
Understanding the Sunday Readings:
28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Hear our Prayers
Every Sunday, we come to a banquet. This Eucharistic
feast is a foretaste of the heavenly banquet God will
O Lord for ......
provide for everyone when death has been destroyed
forever (see Isaiah 25). It is the wedding feast of the
Lamb of God, to which we must bring all we have,
and all we are. The Sick
Isaiah’s splendid vision of the new creation (God
providing for his people like a parent, feeding them The Deceased
and wiping away their tears) is often read at funerals. Irene Tyminski
It is a glimpse of a world with the veil taken away,
when we experience God’s presence and there is no
more separation. The banquet flowing with the best Our Servicemen and Women, especially…..
food and drink is the perfect image of this eternal
Pfc. James Calfa, U.S. Army, Iraq
Major Garrett M. Condon, USAF
RESPONSORIAL PSALM Capt. Thomas Frey, USMC
Capt. George Kahler, U.S. Army
Psalm 23 gives us another tender image of God as the
shepherd, who guides us in safe paths and spreads a S.A. Richard S. Lerner, U.S. Navy
feast before us. Cpl. Christopher Thomas Pesce, USMC, Iraq
Lt. JG Daniel Cody Shea, U.S. Navy
SECOND READING Lt. Col Kent Walsh, U.S. Army
Our First Reading and Responsorial Psalm spoke of Lt. Frederick Zappala, U. S. Army, Iraq
banquets. The Second Reading speaks of doing
without. Paul thanks the Philippians for their care
for him but reassures them that, in Christ, he has ST. ELIZABETH
learned to trust in God, whether feast or famine is
his lot. SENIOR GROUP
The verse for the Gospel Acclamation is from
Ephesians, a prayer for enlightenment. The Gospel Next Meeting: October 18
itself opens up for us “the hope that belongs to our
call” (Ephesians 1:18). In the parable of the wedding Elen Eichelbaum speaking on the topic of
feast, Jesus uses imagery for the kingdom, which the how to talk to loved ones about
prophets before him used as well. But where Isaiah sensitive issues as you grow older.
emphasizes the bounty of God, the parable of Jesus
puts the focus on the response of those invited. The
feast is spread, but some ignored the invitation while
others beat or even killed the messengers. The king
responds with anger, destroying the ungrateful and
WILL BE GIVEN AT THE
gathering in others, “bad and good alike” (Matthew
22:10), until the banquet hall is filled. But the
END OF THE MEETING.
concluding portion of the parable, about the wedding Next Trip: October 10
garment, shows that it is not enough to come to the
banquet. We must come intentionally understanding Michael Amante Show
why we are there: ready and dressed in our wedding Resorts Casino, Atlantic City
garment. (This portion is omitted in the short form of
this Gospel reading. Some scripture scholars suggest
that is may have originally been part of a different
parable.) St. E. Melville-5
October 2, 2011
27 Sunday in Ordinary Time 2011 Catholic Ministries
FINANCE MINISTRY Appeal
2011 - $17,087 One Faith, One Hope, Many Gifts
2010 - $18,300 Stewardship reminds us to count our blessings,
(7% decrease from 2010) acknowledge God’s gifts to us and express thanks
to Him. We sincerely thank the many households
in our parish who, as good stewards, have made a
gift to the 2011 Catholic Ministries Appeal. You
MASS ATTENDANCE are helping many people in need in our community.
Our Parish has not met our goal. If you have not
2011 - 1,518 yet pledged, please consider a gift today and help
2010 - 1,538 us attain our goal. Our Parish will receive 20% of
(1% decrease from 2010) the amount collected when we reach our goal. For
more information, call 516.379.5210 ext. 2 or visit
We thank all who contribute to the support of our Parish! www.catholicministriesappeal.org.
Every Gift Matters ~ Thank you!
Please consider what you can do to make this campaign successful.
CATHOLIC MINISTRIES APPEAL PLEDGE
I would like to support the Catholic Ministries Appeal with a pledge of $___________.
My down payment will be $_____________, leaving a balance of $_____________________.
Make check payable to: Catholic Ministries Appeal
Parish: ________________________________________________________ Monthly
Name: ________________________________________________________ Quarterly
City, State, Zip:_________________________________________________ Other
Mail to: Diocese of Rockville Centre, Post Office Box 9023, Rockville Centre, NY 11571-9023
Attention: Catholic Ministries Appeal St. E. Melville-6
October 8 & 9 is We welcome into our parish
and our community
the following newly-baptized members:
Dean Anthony Botta
AWARENESS Ava Lynn Crawford
Francesca Lucia Grizopoulos
James Harrison McLaughlin
WEEKEND Jaxson Hunter Meyer
Giuliana Clara Valoti
We welcome parishioners of all abilities
into active participation at our parish
and encourage everyone to share their
gifts in our faith community.
St. Elizabeth Family Program is now beginning
its third year with our Special Needs Faith
Formation Program. This program helps our
parish reach out to families and children (between
five and 15 years of age) with unique needs. This is Knights of Columbus
a comprehensive program of religious instruction
tailored to these children’s needs (Autism, Down’s Parish Breakfast
Syndrome, mental retardation, Attention Deficit
Disorder, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Sunday, October 16
Disorder). Classes meet monthly on Monday
evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Parents remain Msgr. Kane Hall
with their child during instructional time.
Catechists who are familiar with this area of Hot Breakfast will be available after
education are especially welcome to assist. the 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Masses
Prayer for Awareness after the 12:00 Noon Mass
God, Creator of all, help us to recognize that each Questions? Call Brian Morelli
of us has abilities and each of us has limitations .
631.831.8280 or 729-1753
Yet, we all have a part to play in bringing about
your Kingdom. You love each of us profoundly.
In the spirit of gratitude and solidarity, we ask you
to increase our awareness of both the gifts and the
needs of those around us. Open our hearts, minds Monday, October 10, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
and doors to the gifts of every person. Help us to Persistence...Not Perfection
become truly welcoming communities where every
one can find their place at Your table. We ask this Spiritual Life Center.
Call Chris Reilly at 423.5110 or email
in Your name, Amen.
Reilly962@aol.com Registration for these
evenings is recommended to insure adequate
Pathways Awareness Open Hearts Open Minds seating. Please call to let us know
1-800-955-2554 www.inclusioninworship.org St. E. Melville-7
you will be attending. Thank you!
“ The Lord God then took the
man and settled him in the
Garden of Eden, to cultivate
it and care for it.”
Did you know that
trees cleanse the air,
provide habitats for wildlife
This week, while you are grocery shopping,
would you be able to help Outreach provide lower energy costs?
the following items for our families in need?
Hearty Soups * Planting deciduous trees and
vines that will provide shade
Instant Mashed Potatoes * in summer and allow light
Tuna * and warmth in the winter.
Catholic Climate Covenant
Baked Beans* is a Catholic initiative
Beans (Kidney, Chick Pea, etc.) encouraging respect and
responsibility for God’s
Jello / Pudding
As Catholics, we have a
Tissues (it’s allergy season!) responsibility to be wise
Soap stewards of God’s creation
Toothpaste and we must decide how we
can improve our lives to
safeguard this creation for future generations.
Nonperishable food can be left in the Gathering
Lobby. Perishable fresh foods, vegetables, breads
Fall Plant & Garage Sale
and meats should be brought to the Parish Center sponsored by the St. Elizabeth of Hungary
between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Ladies Auxiliary of the
Knights of Columbus
*We are especially low on these items. will be held on Saturday, October 15,
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
As always, 203 Pidgeon Hill Road, South Huntington.
Outreach is grateful Something for everyone!
for your generous support! Call 423.3463 for more information.
All proceeds go to various charities!
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Mass Intentions Weekly Readings
Monday, October 10 9:30 a.m. Monday, October 10
Bare & Helen Uhoda Reading 1: Romans 1:1-7
Tuesday, October 11 9:30 a.m. Gospel: Luke 11:29-32
Tuesday, October 11
Wednesday, October 12 9:30 a.m. Reading 1: Romans 1:16-25
Henry Rottkamp Gospel: Luke 11:37-41
Thursday, October 13 9:30 a.m.
Ron Powers Wednesday, October 12
Reading 1: Romans 2:1-11
Friday, October 14 9:30 a.m. Gospel: Luke 11:42-46
Thursday, October 13
Saturday, October 15 5:00 p.m. Reading 1: Romans 3:21-30
Muriel Collins; Brendan Duhaime Gospel: Luke 11:47-54
Living Int. of Michael & Jamie Mazzei
Edward Ramiezl; Paul J. Salvato; Francis J. Schneider, Jr. Friday, October 14
Reading 1: Romans 4:1-8
Sunday, October 16 8:00 a.m. Gospel: Luke 12:1-7
Jonas Bilenas; Marija Melynis
Walter Melinis Saturday, October 15
Reading 1: Romans 4:13, 16-18
Vivian Lueckoff 10:00 a.m.
Gospel: Luke 12:8-12
For the Parishioners of St. Elizabeth Noon
Sunday, October 16
Reading 1: Isaiah 45:1, 4-6
Reading 2: Philippians 2:15d, 16a
Presiders Gospel: Matthew 22:15-21
Saturday, October 15
3:00 p.m. Wedding: Deacon John Failla Banns of Marriage
5:00 p.m. Fr. Michael Carroll
Sunday, October 16
8:00 a.m. Fr. Nick Nancy Moschella and
10:00 a.m. Fr. Irinel Domenick Lia (both of St. Elizabeth)
Noon Fr. Frank Schneider Pre-Cana Closing
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SCHEDULE: OCTOBER 9 TO 15, 2011
2011 CHURCH PARISH CENTER SPIRITUAL LIFE CENTER
SUNDAY 8:00 a.m. Mass 10 a.m. Children’s Dismissal During Mass 109
October 9 10:00 a.m. Mass 7:00 p.m. Youth Ministry MKH
Noon Mass Senior Group Trip to Resorts Casino in Atlantic City
MONDAY 9:30 a.m. Mass Columbus Day Holiday No Eucharistic Adoration
October 10 10 a.m. Overeaters Anonymous (w/babysitting)
Parish Center Closed 12 Noon Alcoholics Anonymous
7 p.m. SCC Evening of Prayer
7:30 p.m. Baptism Preparation
TUESDAY 9:30 a.m. Mass 10 a.m. to Noon Outreach Assistance 101 12 Noon Alcoholics Anonymous
October 11 4:30 p.m. Family Program 4:30 p.m. Family Program
7:15 p.m. Family Program 7:15 p.m. Family Program
WEDNESDAY 9:30 a.m. Mass 10 a.m. to Noon Outreach Assistance 101 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eucharistic Adoration
October 12 4:30 p.m. Family Program 10:30 a.m. Tai Chi HospRm 10 a.m. Mommy & Me
6:30 p.m. Choir Practice: Children 4:30 p.m. Family Program 10:15 a.m. Miraculous Medal Novena
7:30 p.m. Choir Practice: Adults 7:00 p.m. Knights of Columbus KofCRm 12 Noon Alcoholics Anonymous
7:30 p.m. Rosary Society HospRm 1 p.m. Mommy & Me
7:30 p.m. Stewardship Committee LitResourceRm 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous
7:30 p.m. Pre-Cana
THURSDAY 9:30 a.m. Mass 10 a.m. to Noon Outreach Assistance 101 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eucharistic Adoration
October 13 7:15 p.m. 7th & 8th Grade RelEd 11:30 a.m. Widows / Widowers Executive Board 109 10 a.m. Mommy & Me
7:15 p.m. 7th & 8th Grade RelEd 12 Noon Alcoholics Anonymous
1 p.m. Mommy & Me
3:00 p.m. OLPH/Divine Mercy Novena
7:00 p.m. Divorced & Beyond
FRIDAY 9:30 a.m. Mass 10 a.m. to Noon Outreach Assistance 101 12 Noon Alcoholics Anonymous
October 14 5:00 p.m. Wedding Rehearsal 6:00 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous Annual Dinner MKH
SATURDAY 3:00 p.m. Wedding 1 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous
October 15 4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Confessions
5:00 p.m. Mass
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Weekdays 9:30 a.m.
Saturday 5:00 p.m. (Vigil for Sunday)
Sunday 8:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m. (Family Mass)
Baptism Marriage Reconciliation
Expectant parents are strongly en-
couraged to set up their baptismal It is best to make arrangements Confessions are heard in our
interview and attend our baptism at least six months in advance, church reconciliation room on
preparation class before the birth prior to setting the date for your Saturdays from 4:00 until
of their child. Please call or email reception. Call the Center for an 4:45 p.m., or by appointment.
the Parish Center. Baptism appointment.
is usually celebrated on the
second and fourth Sundays;
arrival time is 1:15 p.m.
Anointing of the Sick
Celebrated after the noon Mass on the first Sunday of the month and by appointment.
Are you interested in becoming Catholic? Were you never confirmed and now find that you would like
to complete your sacraments of initiation? Are you interested in finding out more about the Catholic
faith? If you said Yes to any of these questions, then Faith Formation is for you! Call the Parish Center
for more information.
St. Elizabeth offers Eucharistic Adoration weekdays in the Spiritual Life Center.
Monday and Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesdays at 10:15 a.m. - Miraculous Medal Novena; Thursdays at 3 p.m. OLPH/Divine Mercy
Sacred Heart Novena on the Wednesday following the 1st Friday of the month.
Call Nancy Dunn at 631.271.9240 or Martha Screeney at 631.271.8899
for more information and perhaps to choose an hour. St. E Melville-11
AROUND THE DIOCESE
ANNUAL MASS & CELEBRATION EMPLOYMENT NETWORK
sponsored by Catholic Charities Immigrant Services PROGRAM
and honoring Long Island Immigrants of yesterday Free guidance program for anyone seeking
and today will be held on Sunday, October 30, employment (recently terminated, first-time job
1:30 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church, hunters, recent graduates, returnees, downsized
546 St. John’s Place, Riverhead. or underemployed). Experienced counselor will
RSVP to 631.789.5210 help you sharpen your job-hunting skills. Sessions
held on consecutive Monday evenings covering
career assessment, planning and research, resume
SUFFOLK COUNTY writing, networking and interviewing. First session
VETERANS EMPLOYMENT FAIR is October 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the
Community Center of Our Lady Queen of
will be held on Friday, October 14 from
Martyrs Church, 53 Prospect Road Centerport.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Suffolk County
The final session will be held on November 21.
Police Academy, 502 Wicks Road in Brentwood.
Advanced registration is required. Call their
For additional information, please contact
Parish Outreach Office at 631.754.9045.
David Rivera at the Suffolk County Veterans
Please bring a resume if you have one.
Service Agency, 631.853.8387.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES 25TH ANNIVERSARY LIFE CENTER
VEHICLE DONATION BANQUET
Catholic Charities has begun accepting vehicle will be held at the Coral House in Baldwin
donations to support their more than 60 programs on Thursday, October 20, from 7 p.m. to midnight.
across Long Island. Donate your old car, truck, Cost is $125 per person and includes cocktail hour
boat or motorcycle and help us help our Long Island and dinner/dancing. Guest speaker will be
neighbors. It’s quick and easy to do. They will Bishop Libasci. For ticket purchase or information
schedule a convenient pick-up and provide please contact Frank Garibaldi at 516.798.9100
confirmation of your donation. Your old car will or go to www.lifecenterli.org.
help provide food for seniors, a home for newborns,
and bring Christ's love in countless other ways to
Long Island’s most vulnerable.
CRAFT & FINE GIFT FAIR
Call 877.507.GIVE (4483). Trinity Regional School,
1025 Fifth Avenue, East Northport
is planning their
20th Annual Craft and Fine Gift Fair,
LIFE CENTER BENEFIT scheduled for
A golf outing to benefit the Life Center of Saturday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Long Island will be held Tuesday, October 11, Vendor spaces are 11’ x 5’ for the gym and
at the Hamlet Golf & Country Club in Commack. 11’ by 4 1/2’ for the hall.
Golfers and hole sponsors needed! One space is $75; two, $140; three, $205.
Visit their website www.lifecenterli.org for Questions?
information or call Larry at 516.647.8720 Call Aileen Gallagher at 631.754.3764 or
Siobhan Camas at 631.368.1692.
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