November 23, 2014 Our Lord Jesus Christ ,... 200 West Sproul Road Springfield, PA 19064

200 West Sproul Road Springfield, PA 19064
November 23, 2014 Our Lord Jesus Christ , King of the Universe
Thank you to all those
that came out
for the CYO fundraiser at
Chickies and Petes!
Thank you to the
CYO Board
for putting the
event together!
Rev. John C. Moloney, Pastor
Rev. John J. Bradley, Weekend Assistant
Deacon Leonard Diana, Retired Deacon
Sr. Margaret Richard, SSJ, Minister to the Sick
Mr. Jeffrey P. Braconnier, Pastoral & Youth Minister
Mrs. Helen Romano, Director of Religious Education
Mrs. Beth Baksi , Pastoral Planning Committee
Mr. Jack Scully, Pastoral Planning Committee
Mr. Jerry Esterson, Business Manager
Mrs. Joanna Patane Scholz, Music Director
Parish Secretaries:
Mrs. Judi Condino, Sister Margaret Richard , SSJ
Ms. Judy Summers, Mrs. Elaine McCarthy
Contact Information
Main Number ........... 610-544-8777
Religious Education .. 610-246-5460
Youth Ministry ........ 610-544-4455
Convent .................... 610-544-4535
Parish Nurse ............. 610-544-8777
CCC .......................... 610-544-5217
Office Fax ................. 610-544-7832
Mass Schedule
Monday-Saturday - 8:30am
Saturday Vigil - 4pm & 5:30pm
Sunday - 8am, 9:30am,11am & 5:30pm
Eucharistic Adoration: Tues. – Fri. 9am to 5pm
Reconciliation: Saturdays 3 to
3:45pm
Baptisms: Contact the couples listed in the bulletin
Weddings: Contact parish six months in advanced
New to the Parish?
You can register in person or
over the phone Monday-Thursday 9am to 3pm
Youth Group: Meets Sundays 6:30 to 7:30pm
Find everything you will need at anytime at
www.stkevin.com
FROM THE PASTOR
Dear Friends of Saint Kevin,
The title of today’s feast emphasizes the kingship of Jesus. As we look
at the prayers for this Mass, we find that Jesus is addressed as “King of the
Universe,” “King of creation,” and “universal King.” His kingdom is “truth and
life,” “holiness and grace,” and “justice, love and peace.” In what appears to be
a contrast to the theme of kingship, the Scripture readings today focus on the
image of Jesus as shepherd and the final judgment.
This feast of Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, is relatively recent to
the liturgical calendar. It was instituted in 1925 by Pope Pius XI in response to
the growing trends of secularism and materialism. It is a reminder of the
fundamental belief that Jesus Christ, the Risen Lord, is the essential life giving
force that governs all creation both as king and as shepherd.
The prophet Ezekiel wrote during the Babylonian exile approximately 600 years before the birth of Jesus.
During the time of their oppression, he reminded the Israelites of God’s promise to save them. God will do this,
not as a king or great warrior, but rather as a gentle shepherd, one who will tend his flock, and rescue them from
all the places where they were scattered. The strays, the injured and the sick will be looked after. God will judge
between the rams and the goats, and the sleek and the strong will be destroyed. How can a shepherd do this? It
can only come about when the shepherd is the Lord our God.
Saint Paul begins his address to the Corinthians by reminding them that Christ has been raised from the
dead. Because of this, all who fall asleep in Christ will also be raised from the dead at the end of time. When
will this occur? No one knows the day or the hour. Saint Paul says that the final judgment will come when
Christ has brought all power and sovereignty under his authority and destroyed death.
Paul had good reason to address this message to the people of Corinth. Corinth was a bustling
commercial center where just about anything could be bought and sold. For the Christians in Corinth, the
temptation to fall back into their old ways was always present. Paul reminded them of their dignity as believers
in the Risen Lord, and that they would be held accountable at the last judgment for the way they chose to live
their lives.
We return to the image of Jesus the shepherd in today’s Gospel. This time however, Jesus is seen as the
shepherd who will separate the sheep and the goats at the last judgment. And how will he decide who will be
chosen and who will be rejected? His answer is straightforward. Those who feed, clothe, give drink, welcome
others and visit prisoners will be chosen. Those who fail to treat Jesus this way will cut themselves off from their
relationship with God. Jesus presents this choice to each of us. How will we treat the least in our midst?
On behalf of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, the parish staff, and myself, I wish to extend to all a blessed
Thanksgiving. Take this opportunity to thank God for His many blessings in all our lives.
Sincerely in Christ,
Father John C. Moloney
PLEASE REMEMBER THE CATHOLIC CHARITIES APPEAL FOR 2014.
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SAINT KEVIN HAPPENINGS
11/24 – 11/28/14 – Springfield Hospital Communion Distribution 9am
11/24/14 –Yoga Class 7pm first floor of the school bldg.
11/25/14 – Eucharistic Adoration 9am to 5pm
Harlee Manor Mass 11am
11/26/14 – Eucharistic Adoration 9am to 5pm
PLC Office closes at 12noon for Thanksgiving Holiday
11/27/14 – Happy Thanksgiving!
Daily Mass will be celebrated at 9am followed by coffee and donuts in
The cafeteria hosted by The Women’s Club
No Eucharistic Adoration
11/28/14 – No Eucharistic Adoration
PLC Office Closed until Monday 12/1 – reopen at 9am
Check out our website at: www.stkevin.com
For additional information!
STEWARDSHIP OFFERINGS
Last Year’s Sunday Collection - $10,078.00
November 16, 2014 Collection - $9,461.89
270 Envelopes and 24 Loose Checks
Christmas Flowers Collection - $229.00
Many thanks for your generosity and all your
Support to the Parish!
MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, November 24, 2014
8:30AM – Holy Souls in Purgatory
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
8:30AM – June Christie Murray - Parents
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
8:30AM – Emily Devenney – Dolores Carney
Thursday, November 27, 2014 – Thanksgiving Day
9:00AM – Deacon Thomas Eichman – His Wife, Maureen
Friday, November 28, 2014
8:30AM – Intentions of St. Kevin Parishioners
Saturday, November 29, 2014
8:30AM – Charles Johnson - Family
4:00PM – Mark D. Brennan – Anne, John & Mark Brennan, Jr.
5:30PM – Pat Doyle – Kathleen & John Wainio
Sunday, November 30, 2014
8:00AM – Marie Fay – Jack & Anne Bassett
9:30AM – Deacon Joseph Coyle – Rose Drumm & Family
11:00AM – Mary Moore Scholz – Don & Joanna Scholz
5:30PM – Marge & Tom Henrich – Grandchildren
PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR DECEASED:
Joseph Anderson, Ernest Tillery, Sr.
and Catherine M. Kelly
SANCTUARY CANDLE – will burn until 11/28/14 in memory of
Eleanor & Frank Kallam as requested by the Kasmer Family.
Connie Birtwell, Alice Baccaro, Felicia Bandos, Tammy
Bell, Bernadette Bevilaqua, Joseph Bradley, Katherine
& Bernie Brill, Ann Brom, Janet Bucolo, Baby Tommy
Capone, Leo Carlin, Janice Cerone, Charlie Collins, Grace Condino, Rita
Culbertson, Barbara Cuneo, Bonnie Dalrymple, Bob DeLuca, Jr., Joyce DiSipio,
Jennifer Dorrin, James J. Earley, Leo Foley, Helen Ford, Patrick Gallagher, Robert
Hahn, Mary Catherine Hendershot, Nancy Hope, Carol Janiczek, Joe Johnson,
Rosemarie Julien, Dr. Russ Karten, Gerald Kelly, Jim Kelly, Tommy King, Robert
Kotlinski, Barbara Krohmer, William Kurtz, Pat Lamb, Baby Patrick Larson, Steve
Ledva, Michelle Lesher, Skip Liberatore, Betty Love, Camille Mallon, Charles
McAveney, Jennifer McDaniel, Jack McDonnell, Skip McFarland, Jim McMullen, Phil
Marinaccio, Rita Mastroddi, George Michaels, Joseph Milligan, Sarah Murnaghan,
Shelly Nichols, Patrice Palladino, Baby Peters, Mariann Powers, Vi Quarry, John
Rohana, Rev. Thomas Rooney, Baby Cooper Rowe, Catherine Sauers, Joseph
Sclafani, Jr., Edward Schweizer, Deacon Bill Shearer, George Sheeran, Luanne
Spencer, Joe Timlin, Eileen Tonsmiere, Tony Viola, Evelyne Wallace, Peggy
Weber, Mary Weeks, Rev. James J. Whelan, Kim Wojciehowski, Ann Wolff, & Molly
Zahner
PASTORAL PLANNING UPDATE
It is important to keep the Pastoral Planning process
open and transparent. On Thursday, November 13,
2014 the St Kevin Pastoral Planning Committee met
with the heads of all of the St. Kevin ministries. The
purpose of the meeting was to discuss the initial
meeting with St. Francis & Holy Cross and also to
get their input for our next meeting with St. Francis
& Holy Cross which will occur on December 3,
2014.
At the next meeting, St. Kevin will present an
overview of all our ministries as they relate to the
following topics:
1. Worship: Prayer and Sacramental Life
2. Community: A welcoming and Caring Parish
Family
3. Evangelization: Witnessing, Proclaiming and
Evangelizing
4. Formation: Education, Initiation and Faith
Formation
5. Service: Pastoral Outreach and Service for
Justice
6. Leadership: Parish Leadership,
Administration and Facilities
7. Stewardship: Living Responsibly through
practice and purpose
As we move forward in the process we will continue
to post updates in the bulletin.
Thank you,
Father Moloney
Beth Baksi
Jack Scully
If you have any questions about the process please
send an email to Jack Scully at: [email protected]
BAPTISM PREPARATION INFORMATION
November --- Rosalee and Jon Moyer – 610-324-0256
December ----- Jack & Susan Hennessy – 610-328-3926
January ------- Mrs. Joan Keil – 610-543-0481
Please contact the family for the month that you wish to have your child
baptized. They will help you with the training and all the paperwork.
Thank you.
PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR TROOPS ESPECIALLY:
Sgt. John M. Ciaccio, Capt. David Conroy,
Capt. Barry F. Crawford, Jr., LCpl Robert J Deluca,
Pvt. Joseph Farrant, Maj. Christopher Guarente USAF,
James Herdman, and Capt. Thomas J. Miller
Please keep all who serve in Military Service in your prayers.
Please contact the PLC to have the name of your loved one published.
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A Message from the Pastoral & Youth Minister
Mr. Jeffery Braconnier
Dear St. Kevin Community,
As the holiday season gets closer and closer, I am sure your
schedules are becoming busier and busier! Please consider though,
during that busy time, what you can do for your parish. With over 30
ministries, there is a place for everyone.
There are six different opportunities to receive the Eucharist
in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on any given weekend at the parish. I
ask that you help us increase that awareness to your family, friends
and neighbors. As I always I say, if you or someone you know would
like to get involved in the Mass, please let me know.
I hope you can join us for our 3rd Annual Christmas Lighting
on Saturday, December 13th after the 5:30pm Mass. I will begin the
decorating process starting on Monday, November 17th. If you or
someone you know is interested in helping, please contact me.
Thank you for all you do for our parish!
Peace and Harmony,
Jeffrey P. Braconnier
Pastoral & Youth Minister
YOUTH MINISTRY WISH LIST! - The SK Youth Group Room is in need of
some updates. We are looking for games for the room such as air hockey
tables and other team games.
Contact [email protected] or
610-544-8777 for more information
ST. KEVIN CYO - Girls High School Basketball –
All High School girls in grades 9 thru 12 should
attend an opening night meeting and practice on
Tuesday November 25th 8:30 if you would like to
play for St Kevin this year. If you have any
questions call Coach Tony at 610-550-9494.
MUSIC MINISTRY
Join us in ministry: New choir members are always welcome. Call Lee
Zmroczek at 610-544-0416. Choir rehearsal takes place in Church
Wednesdays at 8 pm. Anyone who plays an instrument and would like to
share your talent at Mass, and anyone who is thinking of becoming a
cantor is asked to call Joanna Scholz at 610-834-9364. Please join us in
music ministry. Thank you for your participation in Sunday Mass through
prayer and song.
DO YOU SING/PLAY AN INSTRUMENT AND WOULD LIKE TO PRAISE
GOD WITH US FOR THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS?
If so, please come and celebrate with us. 'We Believe', (the Guitar Group)
plays on the 2nd Sunday of the month. If you would like to participate,
please contact Nancy Rosenberg: 484-431-7978.
SAINT KEVIN PARISH NURSES
Parish Nurses will be taking blood pressures on
Sunday, December 7th and January 11th after
the 9:30 and 11:00 Masses. High blood pressure is a common
medical condition which affects one in three adults. Because there
are often no warning symptoms, it is a good idea to monitor it
periodically. If left untreated it can increase your risk for heart
disease such as a heart attack or stroke. It will only take a few
minutes of your time to stop and have your BP checked.
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY CHOIR
www.ccchoir.net
610-544-5217
Join us for one of our many programs!
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY CHOIR HAS TWO NEW
PROGRAMS:
All Together Now After School Program which runs
Monday - Friday from 3 pm - 6 pm and Mom's Morning
Out which runs M-W-F from 9 am - 12 pm. You do not need
to register for all days.
Contact Andrea Devenney,
Academic Coordinator at 610-544-5217.
SATURDAY ACTING CLASS IS BACK! Join us at Cardinal
O'Hara from 10 am - 12 pm on November 29th. No preregistration is required.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
AT CARDINAL O'HARA
Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 9am - 12pm
Two seatings are available at 9am and 10:30am.
Cost is $8/person and includes donuts, bagels, fruit, juice,
coffee. Seating is limited and order forms are in the back of
church or call the office at 610-544-5217.
****Bring your camera to capture our other special
guests: Ana, Elsa and Olaf****
AUDITIONS FOR SHREK THE MUSICAL will take place on
Monday, January 12th at 4:30pm at Cardinal O’Hara High
School. For more information check the website at
www.ccchoir.net
or call 610-544-5217.
St. Kevin Parish has enlisted Parish Giving to
provide its parishioners with the opportunity to
use weekly or monthly electronic funds transfers
as an alternative method for giving. Parish Giving is a safe secure and
easy way to donate. It is being offered to you free of charge. Some of the
features offered include
•
Ability to make one-time contributions
•
Ability to make recurring contributions
•
Ability to select your billing date
•
Ability to use Credit Card or Bank Transfer
•
Ability to access end of year contribution reports.
This is a great way to support our parish. To sign up or learns more visit
www.stkevin.com
PAVING THE LIGHT TO CHRIST
THE 3RD ANNUAL
CHRISTMAS LIGHTING/PARISHIONER
APPRECIATION NIGHT
You are invited to join us on Saturday,
December 13th beginning with the 5:30pm
Mass. After the Mass the switch will be flipped and once again the
campus will be illuminated with the lovely lights of the Christmas
Season! After there will be a reception in the Parish Life Center
Gym with food and drink for all.
EVERYONE is invited and we hope all will join us!
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ST. KEVIN SOCIAL CONCERNS
COMMITTEE 2014 CHRISTMAS GIVING
TREE
This year’s recipients of the Giving Tree are
the Bernadine Center, Divine Providence
Village, Dawn’s Place, St. Kevin’s HOPE
Program and the Bonner-Prendie Toy
Collection. The collection starts November 29th and ends
December 14th.
Red Tag Gifts for the Bernadine Center should be
unwrapped WITH the gift ornament tag attached.
Green Tag Gifts for Divine Providence should be wrapped
or in a gift bag WITH the gift ornament tag attached.
White Tags for St. Kevin’s HOPE Program can be placed
in the box labeled “Gift Certificates” WITH the gift ornament
tag attached.
Purple Tags for Gift Certificates for Dawn’s Place can be
placed in the box labeled “Gift Certificates” WITH the gift
ornament tag attached.
Yellow Tags for Toys for Bonner/Prendie Toy Collection
should be unwrapped WITH the gift ornament tag attached
Please place your gifts and toys with the tag attached under
the tree.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
WOMEN’S CLUB CORNER
Please join us for our annual Christmas Social and gift exchange
on Thursday, December 4 in the cafeteria! There will be lots of
festive food and beverages to help get the season off to the right
start! The doors will open at 7 PM and we request that you bring a
wrapped gift valued at $15-20 so you can join in the fun of the
exchange which is always a hit with lots of great gifts! This event is
open to all women of the parish, their family and friends (attendees
must be at least 21). Hope to see you there!!
Mark your calendars for all our upcoming events:
Thanksgiving Day, November 27, 2014 – Coffee and Donuts
after the 9am Mass in the cafeteria.
Friday, January 30, 2015 – “Cheer-ful Bingo” - always a wellattended night with lots of laughs and great prizes!
Thursday, February 12 – Event To Be Decided (Could be a
Penny Party but we’re open to suggestions!)
Sunday, March 1st – Communion Breakfast and Cornerstone
Award Presentation (Mass followed by a delicious, catered
breakfast as we honor those who have done so much for our
Parish community.)
Friday, April 24 – Quizzo Night – start organizing your teams of
ten and studying up now for this very fun, popular evening!
Thursday, May 14 – End of year dinner – a night out for the
ladies!
HELP WANTED - We are looking for someone to coordinate our
publicity efforts. Duties include preparation of flyers and bulletin
blurbs. Minimal time involvement and no experience is necessary!
We are a fun group and would love to have you join the team! If
interested, please call Andrea at 610-299-8851. Any questions!
Please contact Margie Caramanico at [email protected] or
Wendy McKenna at [email protected]
PRO LIFE CORNER
Study Reveals Better Maternal Health Possible Where
Abortion Prohibited by Law by HLI Staff
A report based on new research from Chile demonstrates that
legal abortions are not any safer than illegal abortions. Researchers at the
MELISA Institute have analyzed data which shows “that not only abortionrelated mortality continued its decreasing trend in Chile after its prohibition
by law in 1989, but also hospital discharges due to abortion have
significantly decreased during the last decade.”
The scientific study, conducted by Doctor Elard Koch,
epidemiologist and Director of Research at the MELISA Institute, states
that the Chilean experience supports what is to many the paradox that
“even under a less permissive abortion legislation, maternal health
indicators can be significantly improved by other factors, including a
noteworthy reduction in mortality and morbidity associated to abortion.”
An ongoing study by the institute also suggests that pregnant
women who feel coerced and fearful (accounting for 70% of over 3,000 in
the study who have an unplanned pregnancy) are at a higher risk of
terminating the pre-born child. To prevent abortion, the data suggests the
development and promotion of maternal support programs to address
vulnerable women’s needs, resulting in 69-94% giving birth to their babies
at full term.
ST. CHARLES BORROMEO SEMINARY APPEAL
St. Charles Seminary forms dedicated priests, deacons, religious
and laity to serve in our parishes and other Catholic organizations.
Your support is necessary to ensure these programs can be
offered to the men and women responding to God’s call to serve
our Church. For those who have already contributed, thank
you! For those who have not had the opportunity to make a gift,
please complete and return a pledge card or donate by
visitinghttp://stcharlesseminaryappeal.org/
World Meeting of Families is coming to
Philadelphia in September 2015 & you
can help!
Thousands will come to our region to join this
international event
from Sept 25 - 27.
Open your home and host a family! It is easy
to sign up through Homestay.
Be a part of this historic event and sign up at
WorldMeeting2015.org.
Let show off our City and Suburbs as truly the
City and places of Brotherly Love! Thank you
in advance for sharing this exciting time in our
faith with others.
TRAVEL TO IRELAND - Join Fr. Curry this summer to travel
through Southern Ireland. July 21 – August 1, 2015. For more
information contact Fr. Curry at [email protected] Or 610-5198693
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SAINT KEVIN MINISTRY DIRECTORY - JOIN ONE OR MORE OF OUR MANY MINISTRIES!
Ministry
Adult Choir
Aid for Friends
Altar Servers
Art & Environment
Bereavement Team
Catholic Community Choir
Contact
Lee Zmroczek
Maureen LeFevre
Ann Costantino
Jane Desmond
Maureen Eichman
Jeff Braconnier
Email Address
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Phone
610-544-0416
610-544-4137
610-328-2483
610-543-3892
610-543-6950
610-544-5217
CCD/Religious Education
CYO
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Church Cleaners
Counters
Eucharistic Adoration
Extraordinary Ministers &
Lectors
Helen Romano
Joe Johnson
Maureen LeFevre
Rick Megaro
Angela Schweizer
Judi Condino
Jeff Braconnier
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
610-246-5460
610-955-9696
610-544-4137
610-543-5499
610-544-4469
610-544-2447
610-544-5217
Harlee Manor Extraordinary
Ministers
H.O.P.E. Program
Knights of Columbus
Music Ministry
Parish Nurse
Pastoral Planning Committee
Pioneers
Pre-Jordan
Baptism Preparation
RCIA
Respect Life Committee
Anne Bassett
[email protected]
610-543-4547
Maureen LeFevre
Tom DeLuca
Joanna Scholz
Maureen LeFevre
Jack Scully & Beth Baksi
Al Gentile
Parish Office
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
610-544-4137
484-802-9631
610-834-9364
610-544-4137
Fr. Moloney
Bernie Brunner
[email protected]
[email protected]
610-544-8777
610-328-3935
Sr. Margaret Richard
Maureen LeFevre
Sarah Hanley
Dom Sciubba
Andrea Hannigan
Jeff Braconnier
Bob Paulus
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
610-544-4535
610-544-4137
610-405-5492
610-544-1318
610-299-8851
610-544-5217
610-724-6581
Sick & Homebound
Social Concerns
Stewardship Committee
Ushers
Women’s Club
Youth Ministry
7th & 8th Grade Dances
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
610-543-7977
610-544-8777
Thank you to all of our ministry leaders!
SAINT KEVIN PARISH IS SPONSORING THE FOLLOWING TRIPS – FOR INFORMATION CALL LOUISE – 610-461-6260
TROPICANA CASINO JANUARY 12 - Vincent Talarico Show. He's a Singer, Dancer and Impressionist and will entertain you
with the music of Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond, Neil Sedaka and Andrea Bocelli. $62 Price Includes Show, $15 Slot Play & Buffet.
Also 1 person on the bus will win an extra $100 Slot Play and 1 person will win an overnight stay for 2.
MID LIFE CRISIS-2 (THE CRISIS CONTINUES) - FEBRUARY 7- At Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre. A follow-up to the hilarious hit
from 2008. A Hysterical look at the aches and pains and even the joys of getting older. From the increasing visits to the doctor's
office, to the moment when you realize you qualify for a senior discount. Check out these hilarious song titles. "Forty is the New
Thirty", "Where'd I Put My Glasses". "Golf Widow" and "Blues and the Bucket List". Get ready for an afternoon of laughter. $87
MARDI GRAS FEBRUARY 12 AT THE BROWNSTONE - A New Orleans Style Celebration. Party with The GB's. Great Music, Fun &
Great Food. Join in the exciting "Saint's Parade". Sit down Family-Style Luncheon and 2 complimentary drinks. $89
MY GAL PATSY - FEBRUARY 24 AT MOUNT AIRY CASINO. A Country Music journey back to the Magic Realm of Patsy Cline. This
tribute will captivate Patsy's signature songs including her early hits like "Walkin' After Midnight" and "There He Goes" Then her final
hits, the unforgettable "Sweet Dreams" and of course "Crazy". Package includes Show, $20 Slot Play and Buffet Lunch. $78
ABIE'S IRISH ROSE - MARCH 5 at Hunterdon Hills Playhouse. Young Abie falls in love & secretly marries Rosemary Murphy. He tells
his family he married Rosie Murphysky. All is well until Rosemary's Irish Catholic father arrives on the scene and a hilarious tug of war
erupts. Sit Down Luncheon - Select from 7 Entrees. $88
MOHEGAN SUN/FOXWOOD CASINOS - MARCH 23 THRU 25. Overnight at Mohegan Sun/Day Trip to Foxwood. Package.
Mohegan Sun $10 Slot Play & 3 Buffets. Foxwood $10 Slot Play & 1 Buffet. Double $410, Single $555.
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10 E. Baltimore Avenue, Clifton Heights
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Since 1901
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543-7373
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30 N. Brookside Road
Springfield, PA 19064
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Supporting Our Students and School
Dona ons can be made to our 2014-15 Annual Appeal via our website:
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For more informa on please contact the Advancement Office at 610-259-0280 ext 3275
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