Please also help us promote this event. You can share this story on your Facebook page. Send a link to your neighbors.
Don’t forget to share this information with your non-Catholic friends. Everyone likes a fish fry! We welcome the opportunity to open our doors to the community and to share with others our social events. You may spark a renewal of faith and start a friend on a path that leads them back to their church, maybe our church. Pope Benedict wrote:
- “Help each other to live and to grow in the Christian faith so as to be valiant witnesses of the Lord. Be united, but not closed. Be humble, but not fearful. Be simple, but not naive. Be thoughtful, but not complicated. Enter into dialogue with others, but be yourselves.” – Pope Benedict XVI, Genoa, Italy, May 18, 2008
Tom Stoffel has advertised for help. “We need many hands for setting up, cooking, serving, selling tickets, busing tables, keeping refreshments filled, serving wine, and cleanup & tear down. Especially cleanup!” he said.
Tom advised that the Knights and Catholic Daughters get started at 2:30 pm. They could use many helpers to unload supplies, set up the kitchen, start preparing for cooking, and to set up the hall for dining.
Can’t help with prep and setup? There is much left to be done and you can help cook. You just need your apron and a big smile. Yes, it is hard work, but you’ll have fun, too.
From 5 – 8 pm, Knights are needed to serve, sell tickets, bus tables, and serve beverages.
Tom wanted you to know that he also needs needs help with cleanup and tear down for about an hour starting at 8 pm.