The St. Francis de Sales Ladies’ Club is hosting a variety of events this fall season. Scheduled fundraisers include the Soup Sale (Oct. 19-20), Hoagie Sale (Nov. 9-10) and Thanksgiving Bake Sale (Nov. 23-24). All proceeds support St. Francis de Sales Parish, Lenni, Delaware County.
The Ladies’ Club will sell home-made soups following Masses the weekend of Oct. 19 and 20 in the Father Walsh Center, located in the church on 35 New Road, Aston. All soups are sold in freezable containers – a perfect solution when you need a fast, delicious and healthy meal. To view a list of the soups offered as well as volume discount pricing details, visit the parish’s website. Home delivery is available for a nominal fee.
The St. Francis de Sales Ladies’ Club focuses on stewardship of St. Francis de Sales Parish and the building of relationships among its members. Membership is open to all women of the parish community. The club is always seeking new members and is interested in new ideas and growing as an organization. Meetings are held on the first Monday of each month. Conscious of the importance of enriching each other, the meetings often include sharing topics such as nutrition, flower arrangement, crafts and prayer. The meeting provides for a great “Ladies Night Out” where one can laugh and learn with others who share common interests.
For additional information call Judy Mills, president, at 484-840-0275 or visit www.sfdschurch.org.
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