May 17, 2015 - St. Bridget Catholic Church

SAINT BRIDGET CATHOLIC CHURCH
May 17, 2015
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May 17, 2015
Ascension of the Lord
Rise,
let us be on our way
WORSHIP at SAINT BRIDGET
Saturday:
Sunday:
Nursery:
Mass Schedule
5:30 PM
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, and
5:00 PM
9:00 AM, 11:00 AM year-round
Children's Liturgy of the Word: 9:00 and 11:00 AM
Daily Mass
Monday to Saturday, 8:00 AM
Exceptions: Memorial Day, Independence
Day, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving
Reconciliation
Saturday, 4:00 PM and by appointment.
Following Jesus’ example, Saint Bridget Parish
recognizes the inherent value of each member of our
community as we travel on our faith journey. Just as Christ
did, our parish welcomes and supports one another in love
as we share our talents and resources with those in need.
Believe: Inspire, Educate, Serve
PARISH MEMBERSHIP
INFANT BAPTISM
MARRIAGE
We welcome you to join our Parish Family.
Please join us for Second Sundays. The
second Sunday of each month we will be
hosting a new member orientation in the
Murphy Conference Room after the
9:00 AM Mass. The next Second Sunday
is Sunday, June 14th.
Parents attend a preparation session
prior to scheduling a baptism. Contact
Julie Koury, Pastoral Assistant,
[email protected], 525.7890.
Couples should contact the Wedding
Coordinator, Pat Morrison, akmpm
@juno.com, 741.6620 at least six months
prior to scheduling a wedding.
OUTREACH SUNDAY
VISITING THE SICK
On the third Sunday of the month,
baskets are placed at the exits of the
Church for food and money donations.
Contact Paul Amrhein, Director of Human
Concerns and Pastoral Care,
[email protected], 525.7902
Regarding Communion and/or Anointing
of the Sick.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
Catholic faith inquiries and those seeking
to join the Catholic Church are welcome!
Contact RCIA Coordinator Teresa Lee,
[email protected], 525.7896.
6006 Three Chopt Road
Richmond, VA 23226
P: 804.282.9511 F: 804.285.7227
Priests’ Residence: 804.282.9318
www.saintbridgetchurch.org
[email protected]
SAINT BRIDGET CATHOLIC CHURCH
The Friends of Music at Saint Bridget
Church Present Our Own Allen Bean
performing a Concert!
May 22, 2015 at 7:30 pm: Allen Bean, Music
Minister at Saint Bridget Church, has been with
Saint Bridget Parish since 2005. He oversees all
aspects of the church’s Music Ministry. He has
led the Parish Girl & Boy Choirs in concerts at the
Kennedy Center and at Lincoln Center, overseen the
restoration of the church’s Steinway piano, and the
completion of the Buzard, Opus 42 pipe organ.
Before coming to Saint Bridget, Allen was Director
of Music & Youth Ministry at Good Shepherd Episcopal in Richmond, and Organist & Choirmaster
at Trinity Episcopal in Vero Beach, Florida. Allen
holds degrees from the University of Tennessee and
Yale University. Allen offers this concert as a gift to
the community, and hopes listeners will generously
contribute to the Friends of Music Series.
Virginia Bishops Francis
X. DiLorenzo and Paul
S. Loverde have called
on the faithful to help
radically shift the Commonwealth’s ongoing
death penalty debate. In
a statement published in The Arlington Catholic Herald and The Catholic Virginian, the Bishops write
that they want to shift the conversation from who
should be executed or how to execute them to why the
death penalty is still being applied in a society that
has other adequate means to protect itself without
taking a human life. The Bishops exhorted Catholics
to fully embrace the “culture of life,” which affirms
the sanctity of the unborn, the poor and vulnerable,
immigrants and refugees, and even the “least lovable”
members of society, those convicted of committing
heinous crimes. The statement is available on the
Virginia Catholic Conference www.vacatholic.org
and the Diocese of Richmond www.richmond
diocese.org) websites.
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SAVE THE DATE!
St. Bridget Stew & Brew
October 2, 2015 5 pm – 10 pm
Featuring:
The Bart Chucker Band
Brunswick Stew
Craft Beer
Corn Hole
A community event hosted by
St. Bridget Church serving
Brunswick stew and craft
beer. Self-guided tour of
church and reconciliation will
be offered. All are welcome!
Net proceeds will go to the
needy in our community
Coordinator of Religious Education
Saint Bridget Church is seeking a part-time Coordinator of Religious Education (CRE). The CRE works
in collaboration with the Parish Director of Religious
Education to plan and coordinate religious education
programs and to maintain the parish catechetical
programs for children in accordance with Diocesan
catechetical norms and guidelines. The CRE is responsible for recruitment and support of volunteer
catechists, supervision of religious education programs for children Pre-K thru 5th grade, coordinating
Children’s Liturgy of the Word, Vacation Bible
School, and providing support for DRE for Sacrament Preparation program. Applicant must be a
practicing Catholic in good standing. The candidate
must be a team player with excellent communication,
organizational, and interpersonal skills. Resumes will
be accepted through Friday, May 29th. Please send
resume to Saint Bridget Catholic Church,
Attn: Teresa Lee, 6006 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, VA 23238 or [email protected]
Announcing Armstrong Academy
A new human concerns initiative supported by the Living Our Mission Diocesan collection.
Two thirds of the freshmen coming into Armstrong High School in the East end of Richmond are two to three
grade levels below where they should be. The academy is seeking to get everyone up to grade level by the time
they are sophomores. The Academy will be heavily reliant on volunteers and mentors and our hope is YOU will
feel called by this good work to help out. Look for more info in the coming weeks and months.
Ready to volunteer?? contact Paul Amrhein [email protected] or 525-7902.
SAINT BRIDGET CATHOLIC CHURCH
Bon Secours Successful Aging Forum
Spend an exciting day with the legendary Mary Wilson
(one of the original Supremes) as she headlines the Bon
Secours Virginia 2015 Successful Aging Forum on
May 28th, 2015. Well known for 10 hit singles like
“Baby Love” and “Stop! In the Name of Love,” Mary is
also known for her solo career and world-wide humanitarian efforts.
Enjoy a fine three-course lunch, exhibitors, our popular
experts panel, door prizes, and the fabulous Mary Wilson
at this year’s Successful Aging Forum, held at the West
End Assembly of God, 401 North Parham Road,
23229. $30 (includes lunch). To reserve your seat, call 1
(888) 490-9355 or register online at: http://
www.bsvaf.org/successfulagingforum.
Blood Drive Coming Give the Gift of Life: Save lives and support
our community. Please give blood at St. Bridget
Sunday, June 7 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.
To make an appointment go to
www.vadonor.org Appointments recommended - Walk-ins will also be welcome!
Please join us on any Saturday morning for
8:00 am Mass followed by the Holy Rosary.
There is so much to pray for. Each decade is announced ahead of time, and then after that anyone is
free to lead the Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be.
The Good Lord and Blessed Mother will be listening!
Hope to see you!
CALLING ALL ALUMNI!
All Saints, St. Paul’s, St. Elizabeth’s, St. Patrick’s, Van de
Vyver Catholic Schools and all those who celebrate the
tradition of Catholic education - Save the Date: The third
annual “reyounion” Sunday, November 1st (All Saints Day)
More information to come! To ensure you are on the invitation list, send your contact information (name, full address,
e-mail address, phone number, school and year of graduation) to [email protected] or mail to 3418 Noble Ave., Richmond VA 23222, Attn: Alyssa McBride.
Watch for more information on the Alumni page of our
website - www.allsaintsric.org. If you would like to help
with the planning of this event, please contact [email protected] or 804.329.7524.
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FRAUD PROTECTION
The St. Bridget Saints and Sinners invite you to
attend a program to help protect yourself against
“FRAUD.” This program is sponsored by the Better Business Bureau to assist seniors (or near seniors) in Recognizing and Resisting fraudulent offerings and possible scams (either by phone or door to
door solicitation). Mr. Jack Sanders, manager of the
Senior Fraud Program of the BBB, will address this
very timely and important topic. Mr. Sanders is formally a principal in the Hanover School System.
The date is Thursday, May 28th at 11:00 a.m.
The presentation will be followed with a soup luncheon. Please sign up on the Saints and Sinners
bulletin board in the Commons. Call Buddy Galli for
more information at 516-5713. Join us for this important discussion and learn how to protect yourself!
Saint Mary’s Catholic School is enrolling for the
2 ½, 3 and 4 year old classes.
Our Preschool provides a play-based environment for
children to develop socially, spiritually and academically,
while learning the skills they need for a lifetime of success. We would love to have your family join ours!
For more information, please contact the School Office at
804-740-1048.
Rosary Ministry at St. Mary’s Hospital
The Mission Ministry of Bon Secours Richmond is
in the initial stages of forming a Rosary Ministry at St.
Mary's Hospital. For the past three years, there has been
an active Rosary Ministry at St. Francis Medical Center,
which has been very successful and has received much
positive feed back from patients. In order to establish this
ministry at St. Mary’s Hospital, we are in need of volunteers from the community to pray and to lead the Rosary
in the St. Mary’s Hospital chapel, which will be televised
through the closed circuit television system to the patient
rooms. We need leaders and responders. You would be
asked to do this only once per month. This is a wonderful
opportunity to live the Spiritual and Corporal Works of
Mercy through Rosary Ministry. If you have any questions, or wish further information, I invite you to contact
Peggy Seaton at [email protected], 804-358-2788,
community project volunteer coordinator, or Betty Spencer, St. Bridget volunteer contact, [email protected]
verizon.net, 804-285-3315.
St. Bridget School is still collecting Box Tops for Education and Labels for Education!
Please continue to clip from your grocery items and turn into the collection box in the church office. We have
earned over $3500 in cash and educational equipment each year from the Box Tops and Labels for Education!
Thank you! We appreciate all your support! Questions? Contact Christie Turnbull (804) 852-9735 or
[email protected] or Florinda Chun at [email protected]
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Mass Intentions & Readings for the week of May 17, 2015
Mass Readings
Mass Intentions
Saturday, May 16:
Acts 18:23-28/Jn 16:23b-281
8:00 am: Dorothy Wilmot
5:30 pm: Robert Jones
Sunday, May 17:
Acts 1:1-11/Eph 4:1-13 or 4:1-7, 11-13 or
Eph 1:17-23/Mk 16:15-20
7:30 am: Eric Amman
9:00 am: Simon Williams
11:00 am: Elizabeth & Leo Drozeski
5:00 pm: Patrick Keller
Monday, May 18:
Acts 19:1-8/Jn 16:29-33
8:00 am: Special Intention
Tuesday, May 19:
Acts 20:17-27/Jn 17:1-11a
8:00 am: Special Intention
Wednesday, May 20:
Acts 20:28-38/Jn 17:11b-19
8:00 am: The People
Fr. Michael Boehling:
Vicar for Vocations, In Residence
[email protected]
Thursday, May 21:
Acts 22:30; 23:6-11/Jn 17:20-26
8:00 am: Special Intention
Rev. Mr. John Arkesteyn:
Permanent Deacon,
[email protected], 324
Friday, May 22:
Acts 25:13b-21/Jn 21:15-19
8:00 am: May & Jim Cox
Saturday, May 23:
Acts 28:16-20, 30-31/Jn 21:20-25
8:00 am: Linda Stoneham
5:30 pm: Nancy Ansell
Next Sunday, May 24:
Acts 2:1-11/Gal 5:16-25 or 1 Cor 12:3b-7,
12-13/Jn 15:26-27; 16:12-15 or
Jn 20:19-23
7:30 am: John Gazzola
9:00 am: Vincent P. Donzanti
11:00 am: Nell & Ludwig Huber
5:00 pm: Special Intention
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, M-F
Phone: 282.9511*
Fax: 285.7227
*To contact staff,
use this number with their
extension or their direct line
as noted below.
Clergy
Rev. Msgr. William H. Carr:
Pastor,
[email protected],
282.9511
Father Stefan Migac:
Parochial Vicar,
[email protected],
327
Rev. Mr. Robert Giovenco:
Permanent Deacon,
[email protected], 316
Rev. Mr. V.J. Petillo:
Permanent Deacon,
[email protected]
Pastoral Staff
Mr. Paul Amrhein:
Director of Human Concerns
and Pastoral Care,
[email protected],
525.7902
Mr. Allen Bean:
Music Minister,
[email protected],
525.7892
Mr. Dan Harms:
Youth Minister,
[email protected],
525.7901
Mr. Ray Honeycutt:
Saint Bridget School Principal,
[email protected],
288.1994
Ms. Teresa Lee:
Director of Religious Education &
RCIA, [email protected],
525.7896
Please Pray for the Sick, Infirm and Those in Need
Communion to the Sick
Please notify the parish office (804.282.9511) when a parishioner is ill.
Arrangements will be made for home or hospital visitation.
Our Parishioners
Elaine Coli, Connie McLaughlin, Emily Condlin, Jennifer Stivers, Joseph Stenger,
Helen Wren, Lisa Hall, John McCaffrey, Joe Ragusa, Al Markow, Michelle Batty,
Denyelle Mehfoud, Theodore Woods, Barbara Call, Lila Ann Roarty, Jean Cameron, Sr. Jean Solari, Max Tutt, Stanley Czajkowski, Dr. Bill Bruch, Tonya Henry,
Robert M. Conlin, Carmel Miney, Christian Cozens, John Moreci, Betsy Haas and
those facing long term illness and disability.
Friends and Relatives of Parishioners
Baby Riley Troyer, Suki Simpson, Jeanette Tippling, James Shaw, Jr., Sarah Von Bank,
Larry Picano, Beau Simpson, Joy Zygmont, Lisa Belton, Jim Penfield, Beverly Flanagan, Jackson McGuire, Linda Smith, Brandyn Bailey, Anne Thomas, Anita McAllister,
Stephen M. Dunn, Abigail Alvey, Mary Steiner, Tina Lustig and sons Bauer and Ethan
and Valerie Jennison.
Those who passed to eternal life & their family and friends who mourn
Christopher Daniel Patton.
“God sent His only Son into the world so that we might live through Him.”
Are you open to the call to be sent into the world as a priest or consecrated religious, that
others might live in Christ? If you think God may be offering you this grace, Call Father
Michael G. Boehling at (804)359-5661, or write: [email protected]
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Human Concerns Announcements
Contact Us!
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, M-F
Phone: 282.9511
Fax: 285.7227
Administration
Ms. Vicki Gazzola:
Receptionist,
[email protected]
282.9511
Ms. Michele Healy:
Director of Communications,
[email protected]
saintbridgetchurch.org, 525.7899
Mr. Joel Keith:
Parish Accountant,
[email protected]
525.7889
Ms. Julie Koury:
Pastoral Assistant,
[email protected],
525.7890
Ms. Kimberly Lapkin:
Director of Stewardship,
[email protected],
525.7888
Haiti Ministry Meeting. The joint Haiti Ministry of St. Bridget and Sacred
Heart meets typically on the fourth Monday of each month, but since that is Memorial
Day we will meet on June 1, at 7 pm in the PCMR. God richly blesses our efforts.
Bishops Issue Statement - Virginia Bishops Francis X. DiLorenzo and Paul S. Loverde
have called on the faithful to help radically shift the Commonwealth’s ongoing death penalty debate. In a statement published in The Arlington Catholic Herald and The Catholic
Virginian, the Bishops write that they want to shift the conversation from who should be
executed or how to execute them to why the death penalty is still being applied in a society that has other adequate means to protect itself without taking a human life. The Bishops exhorted Catholics to fully embrace the “culture of life,” which affirms the sanctity of
the unborn, the poor and vulnerable, immigrants and refugees, and even the “least lovable” members of society, those convicted of committing heinous crimes. The statement is
available on the Virginia Catholic Conference (www.vacatholic.org) and the Diocese of
Richmond (www.richmonddiocese.org) websites.
Announcing Armstrong Academy – A new human concerns initiative coming from
the Living Our Mission, Diocesan collection. We will have speakers at all Masses June 6/7
and training in July. Two thirds of the freshmen coming into Armstrong High School in
the East end of Richmond are two to three grade levels below where they should be. The
academy is seeking to get everyone up to grade level by the time they are sophomores.
The Academy will be heavily reliant on volunteers and mentors and our hope is YOU will
feel called by this good work to help out. This has more potential to lift the blight of poverty from our city then anything tried since slavery was first introduced here. Look for
more info in the coming weeks and months. Ready to volunteer contact Paul Amrhein
[email protected] or 525-7902.
Ms. Cheryl Peters:
Director of Administration,
[email protected]
525-7894
Fair Trade Coffee and Tea Sales. The weekend of May 23/24 we will be offering an
assortment of coffee, tea, hot cocoa and chocolate bars. The St. Bridget coffee we are selling is in a beautiful new bag with a fresh seal that will keep that fresh roast taste longer
and is still one full pound. Stop by in the commons after Mass to see the wide assortment
being offered. Your purchase helps to give an education to children in Carissade, Haiti
who would not otherwise have one while helping the farmers in third world countries
make a better living. You pay a little more but the coffee, tea and chocolate are fantastic.
It is as if you can taste the good you are helping to provide.
Ms. Joan Scarola:
Pastoral Assistant,
[email protected],
525.7898
Blood Drive Coming - Give the Gift of Life : Save lives and support our community. Please give blood at St. Bridget Sunday, June 7 from 8:30 to 12:30. To make an appointment go to www.vadonor.org Appointments recommended - Walk-ins will also be
welcome!
Ms. Pat Morrison:
Wedding Coordinator,
[email protected], 741.6620
Councils and Committees
Building Committee:
Rick Kastelberg,
[email protected]
350-3951
Finance Council:
John McCulla,
[email protected]
306.2488
Liturgy Committee:
Bruce Slough
[email protected]
288-4675
Parish Pastoral Council:
Paul Sinclair,
[email protected]
353-3140
THANK YOU! For your contributions in the second collection for our Haiti ministry
last week.
Commonwealth Catholic Charities Announcements
CCC helps children deal with issues through counseling: Did you know anxiety
affects one in eight school-age children? Children who feel anxious can miss out on important social experiences and even have lower school performance. If you know a child
who may be suffering from anxiety, CCC can help. Our experienced counselors work with
children and their parents to reduce anxiety and promote healthy living for children,
adults and families. Call us today at (804) 545-5907 to find out more.
Interpreters are needed! Are you fluent in English and some other language? You
might enjoy working as a free lance interpreter with Commonwealth Catholic Charities!
Contact us at [email protected] or call (804) 285-5900 to find out more
about the requirements and benefits of being an interpreter in your community.
Foster Care Month: Spread the Blue! Commonwealth Catholic Charities is hosting a
special foster care awareness campaign in May, which is National Foster Care Month.
There is a great need for foster parents in Virginia today. To learn more about becoming a
foster parent and other ways you can get involved, please call Bebe at (804) 545-5949.
SAINT BRIDGET CATHOLIC CHURCH
Contact Us!
Parish Life Groups
Alpha:
Michael Siewers,
[email protected], 353.7884
Catholic Heart Work Camp:
Andy and Anne-Marie Condlin,
[email protected]
741.5305 or 426.5298
Haiti Committee:
Paul Amrhein,
Human Concerns and
Pastoral Care Minister,
[email protected],
525.7902
Knights of Columbus:
Gary Port
Membership Director,
[email protected], 741-8666
Men’s Catholic Bible Study:
Frank deVenoge,
[email protected], 814.5607
Men’s Ministry:
Leon Shadowen,
[email protected], 740.2948
Micah Initiative/Blackwell School:
Paul Amrhein,
[email protected],
525-7902
Parish Nurse Ministry:
Lucy Casey, RN and
Betty Spencer, RN, 525-7905
Respect Life Committee:
Mike Kozak,
[email protected],
804-519-0696
Saints and Sinners:
Gwen Glasser,
[email protected], 364-4920
Saints Cyril and Methodius Society:
Dan Yates,
[email protected], 740.5695
Welcome Committee:
Keri Inge,
[email protected],
703-405-9666
Women’s Ministry:
Kim Hulcher,
[email protected], 426.3815
and Shannon Garbett,
[email protected],
213.0772
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Calendar of events for the week of May 17, 2015
SATURDAY, 5.16
Diocesan Home Mission Second Collection
Blood Pressure Screening after 5:30
PM Mass
8:00 AM: Liturgy Committee - Church Hall
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:00 AM: Rosary following Daily Mass - Church
5:30 PM: Mass - Church !
6:00 PM: Blood Pressure Screening Murphy Conference Room!
SUNDAY, 5.17
Diocesan Home Mission Second
Collection
Blood Pressure Screening after Masses
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 5:00 PM:
Mass - Church
9:00 AM and 11:00 AM: Children’s Liturgy
of the Word - Church Hall
8:30 AM: Blood Pressure Screening Murphy Conference Room
1:00 PM: Baptism Liturgy - Church
3:15 PM: Youth Choir/Band Rehearsal-Church
5:00 PM: Mass - Church
MONDAY, 5.18
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
9:00 AM: Bible Study - Church Hall
TUESDAY, 5.19
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
1:00 PM: School Faith Formation Meeting Murphy Conference Room
4:00 PM: Parish Boy Choir - Church Hall
6:00 PM: MOPS - Church Hall
6:00 PM: RCIA - Murphy Conf. Room
6:00 PM: Bible Study - Large Nursery
7:00 PM: Liturgy Committee - PCMR
WEDNESDAY, 5.20
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:30 AM: Bible Study - Church Hall
10:30 AM: VADP Meeting - Murphy Conf.
7:00 PM: Confirmation Mass - All Church Areas
7:00 PM: Parish Council - PCMR
THURSDAY, 5.21
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:30 AM: Mother Presentation Rosary
Guild - PCMR
6:30 Knights of Columbus Social Meeting Rectory Basement
6:30 PM: Irish Lessons - Large Nursery
7:00 PM: Confirmation Mass - All Church
Areas
FRIDAY, 5.22
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:30 AM: Divine Cenacle Croup - Murphy
Conf. Room
10:00 AM: Parish Playgroup - Church Hall
3:00 PM: Thurifer Retraining - Church
7:30 PM: Concert - Allen Bean - Church,
Commons
SATURDAY, 5.23
Earthquake in Nepal Victims Second
Collection
Fair Trade Sales in Commons
7:00 AM: Men’s Catholic Studies - Church
Hall
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:00 AM: Rosary following Daily Mass Church 11:00 AM: Thurifer Training Church
1:00 PM: Thurifer Retraining - Church
5:30 PM: Mass - Church !
SUNDAY, 5.24
Earthquake in Nepal Victims Second
Collection
Fair Trade Sales in Commons
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 5:00 PM:
Mass - Church
9:00 AM and 11:00 AM: Children’s Liturgy
of the Word - Church Hall
3:15 PM: Youth Choir/Band RehearsalChurch
5:00 PM: Mass - Church
IHM Homeschool Conference – June 19 & 20, 2015
The Immaculate Heart of Mary National Homeschool Conference will be held at the
Fredericksburg Expo & Convention Center, 2371 Carl D. Silver Pkwy, in Fredericksburg, VA, on Friday, June 19 (9:00 am – 9:00 pm) and on Saturday, June 20 (9:00am
– 4:30pm). Confirmed speakers include: Msgr. Charles Pope, Fr. Andrew Fisher, Fr.
Christopher Pollard, Mr. Ken Cuccinelli, Mr. Patrick Madrid, Dr. Ray Guarendi, Dr.
Jonathan Reyes, Prof. Mary Stanford, Mrs. Colleen Carroll Campbell, and many others! Visit www.ihmconference.org for full list of speakers, talk topics, and vendors!
This year’s conference will also feature a Teen Program on Friday Afternoon and a
Catholic College Fair on Friday evening! ADMISSION is FREE and PREREGISTRATION is NOT REQUIRED! Convenient, free parking! For more information, please call (540) 636-1946.
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