March 20, 2016 Palm Sunday
Christ Our Savior
Roman Catholic Parish
Holy Trinity Church
& St. Nicholas Church
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Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
March 20, 2016
MASS INTENTIONS & DEVOTIONS
Saturday, March 19
4:00 pm: SN: Joseph E. McLandrich (Wife Mary)
Andy & Kathryn Koval (High & Koval Families)
Katherine Makovec (Georgieanne & Marsha)
4:30 pm: HT: Sally Dascenzo (Jim & Faye Marco)
Pat Gentile (Barb & Mark Oles)
Steven Yuhas (Mom, Dad & Family)
Sunday, March 20
8:00 am: HT: Donald Commisso (Commisso Family)
Fred Gavalier Jr. (Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Casarelli)
9:30 am: SN: Josephine DeChellis (Family)
John Sweder Jr. (Tom & Mary Ann Sweder)
Living & Deceased of Christ Our Savior Parish
12:00pm:SN: Patrick Everly (Wife Margaret)
Jimmy Delsignore (Mom & Dad)
Monday, March 21
7:00 am: SN: John & Teresa Colista (Family)
9:00 am: SN: Prayer Service with Communion
9:30 am & 7:00 pm Miraculous Medal Novena
Tuesday, March 22
7:00 am: SN: Prayer Service with Communion
8:30 am: HT: Infant Jesus of Prague Novena
9:00 am: HT: Rivette Family (Nick & Rita)
Wednesday, March 23
7:00 am: SN: Prayer Service with Communion
9:00 am: SN: Elizabeth Oney (Vito & Donna Carchedi)
9:30 am - 8:00 pm: SN: Eucharistic Adoration
12:30 pm: SN: MIME of the Lord’s Passion
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm: SN: Confessions
Thursday, March 24 HOLY THURSDAY
7:00 am: SN: No Mass
9:00 am: SN: No Mass
7:00 pm: HT: Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Adoration until 11:00 pm
Friday, March 25 GOOD FRIDAY
7:00 am: HT: No Mass
9:00 am: SN: No Mass
12:00 pm: SN: Stations of the Cross
3:00 pm: SN: Mime of the Lord’s Passion w/ Adults
3:00 pm: HT: Stations of the Cross
7:00 pm: SN: Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion
Saturday, March 26 HOLY SATURDAY
12:00 pm: SN: Blessing of Food Baskets
1:00 pm: HT: Blessing of Food Baskets
2:00 pm: HT: Blessing of Food Baskets
8:30 pm: SN: Easter Vigil
8:30 pm: HT: Easter Vigil
Sunday, March 27 EASTER
8:00 am: HT: All COS Parishioners Living & Deceased
8:00 am: SN: All COS Parishioners Living & Deceased
9:30 am: SN: All COS Parishioners Living & Deceased
12:00pm:SN: All COS Parishioners Living & Deceased
PREPARE for NEXT SUNDAY'S MASS:
Hear & View the Readings
Available by Thursdays at our www.cosparish.org home page
in "Tweets" under "Calendar" beneath center rotating panel:
1st Reading: Acts of the Apostles 10:34a, 37-43
Psalm: 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23 2nd Reading: Colossians 3:1-4
Gospel: John 20:1-9
Please remember in your prayers
the souls and families of
Anthony DiVito, Carl Harklerode,
Patricia Zupko Sikora, John Wilson Sr.
Saturday, March 26, 2016
8:30 pm: HT: Dominick Commisso & Seth Jackson
Sunday, March 27, 2016
8:00 am: HT: Jared Medvec
visit our WEBSITE for complete schedule www.stnickstruthers.org
MEMORIAL CANDLES FOR THE WEEK OF
March 27, 2016
Carol Campbell (Mother) SN
Antonio Battaglini (Angela & Carmen) SN
Mary Defrance & Elizabeth Bell (Family) SN
Jack Vicarel (Family) SN
Gemma Mignella (Sons) SN
Joseph A. Missik (Family) HT
Our return to God for Blessings on
Sunday, March 13, 2016
Our sincere thanks to all who have volunteered their time &
talent to help the parish in any capacity in this past week.
Stewardship Thought: “I tell you, Peter, before the cock
crows this day, you will deny three times that you know me.
“ (Luke 22:34) How many times have you heard someone
make a disparaging comment about Jesus or the Catholic
faith? How do you react? Do you remain quiet not to cause a
disturbance or worst yet, because you don’t want your friends
or family to think negatively about you? Pray for the courage
to speak up and enter into a respectful dialogue.
COS Online Giving
FROM THE ASSOCIATE PASTOR’S DESK
Christology is a course of theological studies that concerns its
endeavors to understanding as best it can, Jesus, the Christ and the
Man. Our Christian doctrine defined centuries ago that as far as study
and faith will give us opportunity to know, Jesus the Christ, is one
person, the second person of the Holy Trinity and is uniquely at one
and the same time, Divine and Human, Son of God and Son of Mary.
Our tendency oftentimes is to highlight the divinity of Jesus to the
exclusion of his all too real humanity. Paul goes to the heart of the
matter when explaining to his fledgling church community, that Jesus
was equal with God but at the same time was human as he and they
were: as human as you and I are. And most likely Paul’s all too human
church at the time wondered why an Almighty Person would allow
himself to be slaughtered as he was, just like a common criminal. And
we can only counter that bafflement with Jesus’ own words: “No
greater love hath a man than he lay his life down for his friend.”
Without a lot of theological sophistication, Paul, but with uncanny
insight, described Jesus as taking the form of a slave, coming in
human likeness, found human in appearance,… humbled….., obedient
to the point of death…. that …. Because of this, God highly exulted
him and bestowed on him the name which is above every name…
LORD … and the GLORY OF GOD THE FATHER.
Our lives are filled with many exhilarating and glorious moments -weddings, babies, graduations, ordinations, jobs, advancements,
wellness, health etc. A closer review of these experiences notes that
anything worth having is worth working for.
Paul was simply telling his converts that all of Jesus’ ministry and
actions showed that, deep within the recesses of this truly human
person, was divinity which would spare no cost in restoring to the
universe, most especially its now fellow human beings, the perfection
with which it was originally made, but weakened by sinister forces.
The almighty allowed those sinister forces the competence to battle
creation’s freedom to choose and love and be loyal.
JOTI: Just Once, Try It
On Palm Sunday the Christian journeys with Jesus in spirit to the
destination of great sacrifice before glory. Fr. Donald, a seminary
professor, often remarked that the good Christian disciple’s life, if
lived with sincerity, would have moments of peace and happiness, but
be mingled with a lifetime of slow martyrdoms, Following Jesus will
always entail repercussions in the midst of the cultures in which we
find ourselves living. There will be many Palm Sundays during the
lifetime of Christian commitment, mingled with many Good Fridays.
Easter remains the promise, though, for the faithful disciple, and the
reason for Discipleship. And the question is: it this all worth living
May Lenten endeavors strengthen our fidelity to Jesus and his gospel
of forgiveness, mercy, compassion - love of neighbor, especially the
Let us pray for our sick: Blake Dass, Eleanor
Pavalko, Marcia Styranec, Sebastian Pieton, Robert
Arnoto, Regina Graygo, Julia Skalada, Robert
Skalada, Tom Kolat, Wendy Pakalnis, Jeannette
Rusu, Diane Javorsky, Shawn Tirabassi, Michael Lombard,
Joe Flora, Linda Agnew, Heather Hanlon, James Visingardi,
Judy Wilson & John Reves.
For our sick and homebound: Phil Tomko, Gloria Russo,
Evelyn Householder, Clara Andrews, Mary Russo, Theresa
Pitlik, Veronica Kakaruda and Mary Belloto.
For those in nursing homes: Dorothy Petro, Patricia Watt,
Mildred Labuda, Florence Colburn, Mary Nichiporchick,
Gertrude Petko, Janet Zuccaro, Mary Ann Vass & Joseph
HATRED: "As long as we live in hatred for our neighbors we
are hating our own selves, because hatred deprives us of divine
charity. How blind are we not to see that with the sword of
hatred for our neighbors we are killing ourselves."
St. Catherine of Siena
EASTER OFFERING: Thanks to all of you over these years,
our capital improvements are done and paid for. A few pledges
are still being completed. You may have noticed that our
Sunday offerings have diminished over the months. That has
left us struggling to keep up with all our ordinary operating
expenses. We hope that our Easter collection and a successful
Festival will bring us even when we end the fiscal year in
June. Please be as generous as you can with your Easter gift to
the parish. Thank you for what you have done and whatever
you can do. Fr. Bob
FESTIVAL NEWS: Send your tickets into the parish
office for a chance to win the next Early Bird drawing
on Wednesday, March 23. Please remember to write
the seller’s name on your tickets.
Pope Francis Against the Death Penalty
On February 21, Pope Francis reiterated the Church’s
opposition to the death penalty, noting that the current Year of
Mercy “is a propitious occasion to promote in the world every
more mature forms of respect for life and dignity of every
person. Even the criminal keeps the right to life, the gift of
Likewise, John Paul 11 challenged followers of Christ to
be “unconditionally pro-life.” noting that “the dignity of
human life must never be taken away, even ion the case of
someone who has done great evil. Modern society has the
means of protecting itself, without definitively denying
criminals the chance to reform.”
“On this Good Friday, a day when we recall our Savior’s
own execution,” the US Catholic Bishops “appeal to all people
of good will, and especially Catholics, to work to end the death
penalty.” For more information go to the Catholic Mobilizing
Network at www.catholicsmobilizing.org.
LAST CHANCE CONFESSIONS:
Wednesday, 7-8pm, St. Nicholas
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Christ Our Savior
Council #4471, 3rd Degree meets on the 1st and 3rd
Mondays of the month in the Holy Name Room in the
Great Hall at 7PM. All members are encouraged to attend.
MOBILITY ON LOAN: the Knights of Columbus’ Mobility
on Loan ministry has a nice inventory of wheelchairs, potty
chairs, walkers, and crutches available for loan. Any
parishioner having a need for one of the above listed devices or
having one to donate, may contact brother knights Joe Wilkos
at 330-782-6858 or Andy Brincko at 330-782-2400.
COMMUNITY MEAL: Our March Free Community Meal
will be held on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 5:00-6:30pm
in the Christ Our Savior Great Hall at St. Nicholas.
REQUESTS YOUR PRESENCE
Dear Miss Behavior:
Here it is Palm Sunday, and soon we will celebrate Easter. Do
you have any advice on what I should be doing this week?
This is the high point of the liturgical year, and I hope that you
will participate fully in this week’s liturgies—with your
presence, prayer, singing, and joy. Today, Palm Sunday, we
observe Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and receive
blessed palms; soon the mood changes as we listen to the
account of Jesus’ passion and death from the Gospel of Luke.
Then, on Holy Thursday morning (Tuesday in our diocese) in
cathedrals throughout the world, bishops will bless the holy
oils to be used in our parishes during the next twelve months.
If you can get to the Chrism Mass, do so.
On Holy Thursday we begin the Triduum, the three-day
observance of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The
Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper is the only Mass
celebrated in our parishes on Holy Thursday. This is the night
when we commemorate the installation of the Eucharist. It is
the night for the Washing of Feet. It is the night when, at the
end of Mass, the tabernacle is empty, the sanctuary lamp is
extinguished, our priest transfers the Holy Eucharist to the
altar of repose, and parishioners gather during the evening for
adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
The drama continues on Good Friday as we listen to the
account of Jesus’ passion and death, this time from the Gospel
of John. We venerate the cross, and we pray for people
throughout the world.
The Easter Vigil takes place on Holy Saturday after sunset.
The priest lights the paschal candle from the new fire, and we
process into the dark church with our candles that have been lit
from the paschal candle. We hear the Easter Proclamation, and
we know that Christ has triumphed over death. Bells ring as
we sing the Gloria. Our new converts are baptized (if they
have not already been baptized) and confirmed
There is so much drama, so much beauty, and so much
meaning to these Holy Week liturgies. Let us all be present
and let us all participate fully in the riches that have been
prepared for us.
A Tweet From POPE FRANCIS: God is truly rich in mercy
and extends it abundantly upon those who appeal to Him with
a sincere heart.
The Chapel Crochet & Knitting Group will meet
on the 1st and 3rd Mondays at 7:30 pm in the SN
Lower Church through the end of March. All skill
levels are welcome. Join this group, enjoy their
company and spirit, learn new skills or enhance the ones you
have to be of service to others. Contact Virginia Bartos
at (330) 750-9862 for more information.
Bible Sharing & Discussion with Deacon
John: meets on Mondays from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
in the conference room at the parish office. All
invited, all are welcome!
GOOD FRIDAY COLLECTION for the HOLY
LAND: Pope Francis has asked our parish to support
Christians in the Holy Land. The Good Friday collection gives
use and Catholics around the world a chance to do that. Your
contribution to the Pontifical Good Friday Collection makes
you an instrument of peace in a troubled land. The Church in
the Middle Easter conducts parish ministry, provides Catholic
education, feeds the hungry, builds housing for Christians,
maintains shrines and operates refugee centers. The political,
religious and military challenges there are more complex than
ever. The wars, unrest and instability have been especially
hard on Christians. Like Simon of Cyrene, help carry Christ's
cross there by supporting Christians in the Holy Land through
the Good Friday Collection. Thank you.
Moments With Miss Martha: Faith in God’s goodness and
mercy puts a song in your heart.
We welcome our newest Saint,
baptized into Christ Jesus by water
and the Holy Spirit:
HOLY TRINITY PIROHY: There will be NO pirohy sales
on Good Friday. After a much deserved break, pirohy sales
will resume on Friday, April 8. Thank you to all those who
helped make this past Lenten season sales another success. We
appreciate your dedication and hard work. Pirohy can be
ordered by phone @ 330-755-0064 from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
on Thursdays and 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM. on Fridays.
Containers are provided. Pick up is Friday from 11:00 AM 1:00 PM.
Thank you to last week’s pirohy workers: John & Diane
Medvec, Terrill Blake, Ruth Geister, Jean Demyan, Kathy
Ramun, Bill & Dolores Ulicny, Tom & Carrie Ramos, Al
Pavlicko Jr., Dorothy Wagner, Richard Wagner, Mary Sass,
Joe Guidos, Jim Kavaky, Joan Hamrock, John Vidman, Carol
Grimm, Doris Almasy, Ann Zajac, Linda Zairis, Ed & Bev
Yurcisin, Ann Vass, Pauline Chrapcynski, Mary Lou Kasper,
John & Kathy Zackasee, Virginia Bartos, Ken Wagner, Olga
Kowalczyk, Janet Will, Rosemarie Yuhas, Geri Marino and
Ann Bobby. God bless you for giving of your time and talents.
The Quo Vadis AA Meetings are held at 8 p.m. Fridays at St.
Nicholas in the Church Hall. This meeting is open to all
seeking recovery from alcohol addiction.
The Catholic Men’s Fellowship Group will
meet on Sunday, April 10 @ 1:00 p.m. in
the conference room @ the St. Nicholas
Parish Office. All men age 13 and up are
invited. Meetings last 90 minutes. For more information,
contact John Toker at 330-755-5845.
ST. NICHOLAS ~ A LUMEN CHRISTI SCHOOL
“Hosanna! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord;
Hosanna in the Highest” Matthew 12:9
Registration for the School Year 2016-2017 is now open. Anyone interested in attending Saint Nicholas School can call the
school office at 330-755-2128 for more information. EdChoice (grades K-8) and EdChoice Expansion Income Based Scholarship(for
grades Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd)applications will be available February 1st, 2016. The EdChoice Expansion Scholarship for
grades K, 1st, 2nd and 3rd is available to students in all districts under the income guidelines.
A Special Thank You to all the volunteers that helped with the Mom’s and Dad’s Fish Fry Dinners. The dinners were a great
Easter Eggstravaganza for grades K-4th will be held on Monday, March 21st, 2016 in the Great Hall. An Easter egg hunt and fun
activities are planned for the students. Thank you to Mr. & Mrs. Neider and their helpers for doing such a great job.
Chrism Mass will be held on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016 at Saint Columba Cathedral.
Mrs. Harold and the 8th grade class will present The Mime on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016 at 12:30pm in the Church. The
students have been preparing for this journey throughout the season of Lent. There will also be another presentation of the Mime on
Good Friday, March 25th, 2016 at 3:00pm. All are welcome to join us.
NO SCHOOL – GOOD FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH, 2016.
BATTER UP! 5K RACE/ 2 MILE FUN WALK will be held on Saturday, April 9th, 2016 at 10:00am. All proceeds will benefit the
students at Saint Nicholas School. See Flyer Insert in this bulletin.
Pasta Fagioli & Haluski Take Out Good Friday, March 25th, 2016 from 12:00pm-5:00pm. (or until sold out). Just drive up under the
canopy at the Great Hall to be served. Pasta Fagioli $5.50 quart and Haluski $8.00 quart. Call ahead orders are encouraged but not
required. Please call to order 330-719-4998. Proceeds will help defray the cost of the 7 th and 8th grade trip to Chicago.
Cash for Cans This is for aluminum cans only-no plastic, glass, newspapers, etc. (Cans can not be crushed) The Mahoning Valley
Green Team will pick cans up at the school on the second Tuesday of every month. You can drop your cans off at the main entrance
of the school. Please have cans in bags marked Saint Nicholas School. Next pick up date is Tuesday, April 12th, 2016.
Saint Nicholas School Mission Statement: Saint Nicholas School is a Catholic elementary school, founded in 1928 and serving
families with students in grades kindergarten through eight. The school exists to provide an academically excellent Catholic
education and promote high standards in behavior and respect. Saint Nicholas School serves the church and Struthers communities
as well as the Mahoning Valley bonded together as a family in faith. We are deeply committed to nurturing our students through the
teaching of the scriptures and promoting and modeling of service in accordance to the Gospel values.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FACEBOOK: ccd_cos • PHONE: 330-755-6245 ext. 114
CCD: There are no CCD classes on Easter Sunday. However, all classes (K through 8) will be in session every Sunday in April
until our final class which is April 24, 2016. All students are expected to attend classes until our 2015-2016 CCD year closes.
CONFIRMATION: The Confirmation class had an upliftingly spiritual and fun day last Saturday at their Spirit Retreat Day. We
formed retreat families that the kids bonded and worked with all day! Thank you so much for the many prayers of our parish family
that were said for these young people. The prayers were truly felt! We were joined by some students from Holy Family and St. Luke
as well, so we had a good size group! Special thanks to those adults who offered to help as table leaders and kitchen help—you were
truly appreciated! A special thank you goes to Mrs. Jean Ciccone who led our 3 Sponsor/Candidate meetings and our Spirit retreat—
She was an outstanding asset to our sacrament program!
FIRST EUCHARIST: Just a reminder to mark your calendar for our Second parent/child interactive meeting on Thursday April 7
from 6--8pm in the Great Hall. We are looking for 100% attendance.
CHILDREN’S CHURCH: There is no Children’s Church on Easter Sunday.
However, children ages 3 to 3rd grade are invited to join our Children’s Liturgy of the Word at the weekly 9:30am Sunday mass.
Every week attendance is not necessary—though we’d be happy to have them join us!
ALTAR SERVERS—It is important that you show up for your scheduled Mass. Keep your schedule handy! If you cannot
attend that Mass, it is your responsibility to find a replacement.
Palm crosses will be available at the doors of the church this weekend. Donations are appreciated. Chocolate candies are available
after Masses this weekend. Orders have been filled and are able to be picked up. The remaining chocolates will be sold as supplies
Pasta Fagioli &
*** No need to get out of your car***
Just pull up under the Great Hall awning to be served.
Good Friday March 25, 2016
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
(Or Until Sold Out)
St. Nicholas Great Hall
762 Fifth Street
Struthers, OH 44471
Pasta Fagioli $5.50 per Quart
Haluski (Made with Homemade Spaetzle) $8 per Quart
Call ahead orders are encouraged but not required.
Call 330-719-4998 or sign up at our Fish Fry.
***Proceeds will help defray the cost of the 7th and 8th grade trip to
ST. NICHOLAS SCHOOL
CHICKEN PARMESAN DINNER
Friday, April 8, 2016
ST. NICHOLAS GREAT HALL
4PM – 7PM
DINE-IN OR CARRY OUT
DINE-IN DINNER INCLUDES:
CHICKEN PARMESAN/PASTA, SALAD, BREAD &
BUTTER, DESSERT, & DRINK
$10.00 Chicken Parmesan Dinner
$7.00 Pasta Dinner Only
Proceeds will benefit the 7th and 8th Grade class trip to Chicago.
CHRIST OUR SAVIOR PARISH
Lenten Movies for Adults & High School/College
Students: COS Parish Office Conference Room
March 22 - In His Own Words - Judas Iscariot and Simon
Peter - about 90 min.
Lenten Sharing Group: Wednesday mornings after the 9am
Mass in St. Nicholas (lower) Church Hall. We will be
reflecting on and sharing thoughts impacted by Matthew
Kelly’s book Rediscovering Jesus. Cost of the group is your
time and $2 for the book and notebook. Call Mrs. Bell to
reserve your supplies. 330-755-6245 ext. 114.
Run for Caitlin, Inc.
Run for Caitlin, Inc. is pleased to announce that
Scholarship Applications are now available. These will be
available at all Lumen Christi Catholic Schools and at Cardinal
Mooney High School. The forms are also available online at
We will award 5 scholarships at $1,500.00 to be used toward
tuition at Cardinal Mooney High School. The scholarships will
be awarded at our Third Annual Run for Caitlin to be held on
Saturday, July 23, 2016. The scholarships are not- renewable;
however recipients can reapply for the scholarship on an
The John R. Rozzo
Memorial Scholarship Benefit
Friday, April 15, 2016
Antone’s Banquet Centre
Tickets $35 per person
Buffet Dinner • Chinese Auction • DJ
John was a local educator, active in both Trumbull
and Mahoning Counties for almost 50 years.
Assistance will benefit students attending our local
Elementary Catholic Schools.
For Tickets • to make a Donation • for more information
John A. Rozzo @ j[email protected]
Pamela Rozzo Pasquale @ [email protected]
Denise Rozzo @ [email protected]
Alaina Rozzo @ [email protected]
Scholarship criteria includes the following:
Commitment to Christian education
Community related service
Personal essay relating your beliefs and goals to Caitlin's
The deadline for completed application is April 1, 2016. All
completed applications must be mailed to
Run for Caitlin, Inc.
130 Lakeshore Drive
Struthers, OH 44471
No late applications will be accepted or reviewed. Our
scholarship committee will review and rank all applications,
awarding scholarships to the top five applications. Please
direct any questions to our email, [email protected]
PESTER A PRIEST!
Friday, April 15 at 6:30 PM
Pressed - Coffee Bar & Eatery
215 Lincoln Ave., Youngstown
For Young Adults in their 20s and 30s… Come prepared
with your questions for Fr. Shawn Conoboy on the topic of:
Faith & Popular Culture.
St. Paul’s Annual Spring Fling, sponsored by St. Paul’s Altar
Guild, will start at 2:00PM on Sunday, April 3, 2016 at St.
Paul’s Hall Rt. 170, New Middletown. Admission is $5.00.
Refreshments • Bingo • Cards • Door Prizes
Youngstown St. Joseph the Provider School
Annual Basket & Gift Raffle
with Buffet Dinner
Friday, April 1, 2016
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Social Hall
343 Via Mount Carmel Ave., Youngstown, OH
Doors Open at 5:30 p.m.
Buffet Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. and includes:
Baked Italian Style Chicken, Cavatelli & Meatballs, Italian
Sausage w/Peppers & Onions, Roasted Idaho & Sweet Potatoes, Italian Blend Vegetables, Salad, Dessert, Soft Drinks,
Coffee & Tea. Cash Bar. (Catered by Lou Fusillo)
Entertainment by Jim Loboy
Donation: $25.00, includes Buffet Dinner and 25 tickets.
Tickets are available at the St. Joseph the Provider School Office, 330-259-0353, 1125 Turin Ave., Youngstown, 44510 or
at the door. Reserved tables of 8: $200.00 (Must be prepaid by
Monday, March 28, 2016.
SAINT NICHOLAS HOLY NAME SOCIETY
300 CLUB REVERSE RAFFLE
AVAILABLE NUMBERS FOR 2016
DRAWING ON SEPTEMBER 24
GET YOUR NUMBER NOW SO YOU CAN HAVE A
CHANCE TO WIN AT THE MONTHLY DRAWING $35.00
IF PAID IN FULL OR $25.00 IF CURRENT ON MONTHLY
CHOOSE YOUR NUMBER FROM THE LIST BELOW AND
WRITE YOUR NUMBERS ON THE FORM.
135 Numbers Remaining
9, 22, 24, 25, 30, 32, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 44, 46, 48, 50, 54,
55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 74, 75, 76, 78,
79, 80, 82, 85, 86, 87, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95, 97, 98,
105, 106, 109, 113, 115, 116, 119, 122, 127, 128, 131,
132, 133, 134, 138, 139, 141, 144, 145, 149, 150, 152,
159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 165, 166, 171, 178, 182, 183,
184, 185, 188, 189, 191, 192, 194, 195, 196, 197,
201, 202, 203, 206, 208, 209, 211, 212,
222, 223, 225, 228, 229, 230, 234, 235,
243, 244, 248, 249, 251, 252, 255, 256,
266, 272, 277, 279, 281, 283, 288, 290,
294, 295, 296, 297
Holy Name Breakfast
of Christ Our Savior Parish
Presented by SN Holy Name Society
Sunday, April 3rd
8am - 11am
COS Great Hall
Choice 1: Omelet with your choice of sausage,
ham, cheese, green peppers, tomato, spinach and
onion only $6.00
Choice 2: Scrambled eggs, choice of ham slice
or 2 sausage links, with potatoes only $5.00
Choice 3: 2 Pancakes, choice of ham slice or 2
sausage links only $5.00
Choice 4: Children’s Breakfast: eggs, 1 sausage
link or ham slice & potatoes or 1 pancake, 1
sausage link or ham slice only $2.00
All include coffee (regular or decaf), roll and orange juice.
Adult Breakfast Coupon
$1.00 off breakfast
1 coupon per person • Expires April 3
City ___________________ State ___
TOTAL PRIZES $3,800.00 (If all 300 books are sold)
$50.00 FOR NUMBER AND BANQUET AND BRING A
GUEST TO DINNER FOR ONLY $25.00
$35.00 IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO ATTEND THE
BANQUET AND STILL PURCHASE A NUMBER.
BANQUET HELD SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 2016
5:45 pm @ COS GREAT HALL at ST. NICHOLAS
ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL PAY OFF
THE GREAT HALL PAINTING
Make checks payable to St. Nicholas Holy Name 300
Club. Put in Sunday collection in special envelope or mail to
ST. NICHOLAS CHURCH 300 CLUB,
764 Fifth Street. Struthers, OH 44471.
Book or books will be mailed with first payment received or
you could pick it up at the parish office or the HOLY NAME
breakfast. For more information call Carl Ford 330-770-5262.