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St. Anthony’s Altar Society was originally an organization to help maintain altar linens and to enhance the spiritual life of its members, coordinate charitable events, and assist the parish. It is now an organization to which all St. Anthony’s parishioners belong. The members are organized into nine groups called circles. Its purpose is to provide charitable assistance, as in serving funeral meals, to serve for special events, as in hosting potluck dinners or First Communion breakfasts, to help with the organizing and cleaning of the church, and to provide financial help for the parish, as is done by hosting the annual fall bazaar.
Fr. Kevin Doyle, and Altar Society officers, Janine Stuwe, Jean Dreis, Joann Rader & Vicki Rausch hold the St. Anthony's Church Quasquicentennial banner marking this year's 125th celebration of parish life. The banner will soon be displayed in front of church. Please watch for further details of "125 God-filled years", as the officers finalize plans for combining our Quasquicentennial with the Sept. 30th parish dinner & bazaar
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