"Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant,
and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all."
(Mark 10: 43-44)

Women’s Guild

The Women’s Guild was organized in the 1930s to promote the spiritual and social life of the parish and to respond to requests from the pastor. This remains its main purpose. The Guild, open to all women of the parish, also participates in charitable activities in Trumansburg, in Tompkins County and its surrounding area, as well as in charities throughout the world.

WOMEN’S GUILD Minutes, October 19, 2014

Attendance:
Beverly Cleveland
Marina Delaney
Rita Demerest
Sharon Greaves
Annette Hade
Eileen Heptig
Gloria Hubble
Linda Marmora
Carol Kuklo
Nancy Olezewiski
Judith Wilson

Opening Prayer

Minutes – The minutes were approved.

Announcements

Old Business:

Correspondence – Linda coordinated greeting cards for Pat Walter and Kathy Likoudis.  Kathy wrote a letter which was passed around.

Financial Report – Eileen reported that we have approximately $3,600 in our account.  Camille will set up cash boxes for Bazaar.  There must be at least two money counters.  Sharon Dal Cero is available. Beverly, Camille, and Deb are all available. Kindle should stay in safe.

New Business:

Elections – Marina will put an announcement in the bulletin that we are looking for a new President and secretary for 2015.

Fair:
Advertising – Marina reported posters are up in T-burg; additional posters are available. Annette has put large sign in Burdett. Free calendar page announcements have been put in T-burg press (plus small article); Ithaca Journal; Ithaca Times Table; Tompkins Weekly. Paid ($11) announcement in Penny Saver. Linda will put a paid ad in the Hi-Lite Shopper.  Eileen will take care of notices in church bulletins.

Carol put up the sign-up’s in vestibule.  Not many have signed up yet but it’s still early. Insert requesting donations and volunteers appeared in bulletin two weeks ago.

Crafts – Rita reported crafts are coming along.  Annette is working hard and showed some of her wares.

Pies – We will sell frozen pies for $12 each.

Lasagna – All veggie lasagna are sold; 9 meat available (2 spoken for) (2 saved for luncheon at the Bazaar) 5 left. Joan Hogan has made 30 pies.

Bakery –  Beth not present to report. People can drop off baked goods October 31st because Father will be here and church will be open. Jams and relishes have been made.

Garage Sale –  20x40Tent $275  will be ordered.  We will also order eight long tables.  They will be delivered 10/29 or 10/30. Set up will begin Friday.  Because of Halloween, Youth Group can help day of Bazaar only.

Kitchen – Lori not present to report but she and her daughters have everything under control.  Rita reported that Lori will buy whatever ingredients are not donated.

Silent Auction Baskets – Linda and Carol are in charge; Carol reported that we have 30 baskets plus gift cards.

Vendor Tables – Marina reported that we have one table left.

Thank you Luncheon (last business meeting of 2014), Tues. Nov.  18th, following 9am mass – Marina’s house


Mass Times:
Weekend Masses:

• Saturday, 5:00 p.m. at St. James the Apostle, Trumansburg
• Sunday, 8:15 a.m. at St. Francis Solanus, Interlaken
• Sunday, 9:30 a.m. at Holy Cross, Ovid
• Sunday, 11:00 a.m. at St. James the Apostle, Trumansburg

Weekday Mass times:

• St. James the Apostle, Trumansburg: Communion service on Monday at 9:00 a.m. and Mass Tuesday through Friday at 9:00 a.m.
• St. Francis Solanus in Interlaken: Mass on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.
• Holy Cross in Ovid: Mass on Fridays at 8:30 a.m. in the parish meeting house

Sacrament of Penance/Confession:
Saturdays, 3:30–4:30 p.m. at St. James the Apostle in Trumansburg or by appointment with a priest.


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17 Whig St
Trumansburg, NY 14886
607-387-6781
Diocese of Rochester
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