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CCW 2014-2015 Programs & Events

St. Francis of Assisi has the reputation of being an open, friendly and inviting Parish. This friendliness begins with our Greeters and we are blessed to have them. More are needed for all 3 weekend Masses. Please consider this Ministry. Call or email Ollie Doherty at 931-707- 8198 or oldo@frontiernet.net We appreciate all that our pa- rishioners do for the Parish. 
Baby Bottle Campaign
St. Francis Council of Catholic Women annually participates in the Plateau Pregnancy Services “Baby Bottle Campaign”, a program which helps young mothers and their babies. The campaign drive begins October 4 through November 2. CCW members will be handing out empty baby bottles and brochures at all church entrances after the Masses on October 4 & 5. Fill the bottles with coins, cash or checks, whatever you feel you can contribute. All donations will be truly appreciated. Please do not return your filled bottle until the weekend of November 1& 2, or drop it off at the parish office near or after that date. Thank you for your contribution.

St. Francis Council of Catholic Women

St. Francis CCW will host several varied authors from our parish at the monthly CCW meeting on November 12 at 8:45 AM. Coffee & cake will be served prior to the meeting. Our program will highlight authors Tom Edwards (humor), Girard Etzkorn (essays) and JoAnne Bunyak (her life). All women of the parish are welcome to attend. NOTE: “Silent Auction” items for the Christmas Luncheon are now being accepted. Contact Cindy: 456-0547

Dear Parishioners of St. Francis of Assisi:
A non-profit organization such as SACS requires two ele- ments to succeed. They are: financial funding and com- mitted volunteers. Volun- teers, over a period of time, (numerous with years of ser- vice), journey away due to relo- cation, illnesses, and other per- sonal reasons. Volunteers are very special, who come to the aid of those in need. Presently, we are in need of volunteers to succeed, as we have since 1989. May the Lord give you strength, thoughtful hearts, and continued faith.
Jerry W. Lorenc, Director SACS