Congratulations to this year’s recipients of the Mario H. Forget Memorial Scholarship Award: Matthew Hamel and Julia Turgeon. Matthew has served in his ministry as a junior and senior lector, and Julia has been a religious education teacher’s aide and more recently a teacher in the program. We are grateful to these young people for their commitment to serving God and our parish family. Thank you to those whose donations to this fund have made these awards possible.
Welcome back Cook-out – 5:30pm Religious Education starts tonight and we would like to welcome you back with a barbeque. Come early and enjoy some burgers, hotdogs, chips, and desert. Play some kickball, basketball or volleyball.
If you are a vegetarian just message Jean and we will cook you up some veggie
Drive In Movie Night and Make Your Own Car Competition. 4pm-11pm We will be having a “drive-in movie” on the lawn of the church. We will be showing the movie Frozen. You are welcome to make your car out of boxes and materials that you would like to add to it. Parents are welcome to come and help.
Please bring soda and snacks to share. Popcorn will be provided. Please meet for mass at 4pm and then we will begin building at 5pm.
August 15 – Plymouth, MA Trip. We will be spending the day in Plymouth. During the day we will tour Plimouth Plantation. In the evening we will tour historical and haunted Plymouth by lantern light. Cost: $30 Price includes all activities and transportation by school bus. Meals are not included in the cost. Time: 9am – 11pm. Payment Due August 1.
Canobie Lake Park – 10am-8pm – Cost: $45 – Includes admission and transportation by school bus. Lunch is on your own. Bagged lunches are permitted or you may bring money and purchase lunch in the park.
Payment Due July 10.
Geocaching – What is it? Geocaching is a modern day treasure hunt with a twist. You use a GPS to locate the area of a hidden container. Inside this container is a log book to sign to show that you found it. Often times people leave items behind that you can trade for (pencils, lego people, bandanas, etc.) There are also coins/tags that you can trade for or leave behind that you can then track on the internet. Please bring your own water, snacks, and $10 to cover the cost of your traceable tag and a stop for icecream. You can also bring little items if you want to trade. We will meet at the church at 1pm and return by 6pm. We will be traveling in the cars of adult leaders.
High School Only – We will be showing the movie “To Save a Life.” This movie deals with topics such as bullying, suicide, teen pregnancy. There will be a time of discussion after the movie. Parents are welcome to come and watch with their teens. No one under age 14 will be admitted. Starting at 7pm.