Birthday Wishes: Want to wish a member of your parish family happy birthday? Click on this link to see who is having one. Call Kelly at 607-637-2571 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to have your birth date listed.
St Paulís Buildings and Grounds
St. Paulís has not only our church building
that has to be properly cared for, but there are a number of other
buildings and grounds that have to be maintained:
For more information, please
contact Jerrie VanMater 637-3533.
Catholic Daughters of the Americas
The Catholic Daughters meet on the
second Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. They are devoted to the
Blessed Virgin Mary. Their motto is ďUNITY & CHARITYĒ.
For more information call Deanna Ognen at 607-637-3146
E cumenical Food
cumenical Food Bank
Paulís is a participant in the Hancock Ecumenical
ďLoaves & Fishes Food BankĒ which helps families in the community
in need, throughout the year. The food bank was formed
more than 30 years ago with a mission to serve the poor. It operates
strictly from donations of food and monetary
is sponsored and run by the members of The Holy Name Society of St.
Paulís. The first official bingo game was
held in The Father Rausch Hall in May 1959. Leonard
Sienko worked that game and can you believe that he is still doing it
46 years later, now thatís what you must call real dedication. Iím sure
he would like to see some new faces helping out after all these years.
years later, the Wednesday Night Bingo is still providing a place of
entertainment for many dedicated bingo players from the surrounding
money that is raised by bingo goes to help a variety of worthwhile
causes. St. Paulís has seen many improvements throughout the years that
were sponsored by the proceeds from Wednesday Night Bingo. Paul Bartholomew
The toy drive is run by a group of volunteers who want to help
make the Christmas Season a little brighter for the children of the
community. The fund raiser is a major undertaking. The kick off date is
Thanksgiving Weekend and ends on Christmas Day. Donations of toys and
money come from the members of the community. The goal is to spread the
holiday cheer to every child in the community. Requests come from all
sources and are usually filled by the Tuesday prior to Christmas Day.
And any request that comes in late are also filled, even if it is
Christmas Morning. Volunteers for this important program are always