Today the Council, Assembly, and local veterans from the American Legion gathered at Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery to say goodbye to a dear friend--Eugene Chester Drogos. Gene Drogos, U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1c It was a blustery day, but the sun was out and the large crowd huddled closer to block the wind that was … Continue reading Gene Drogos – The Passing of an Era
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jerome "Jerry" Pilarski on Friday, December 4, 2020. A Council 10910 Charter Member, Jerry has been a driving force and great motivator for the Council and Assembly. No matter what the council was promoting, Jerry was first to step forward to say, "We can … Continue reading Passing of an Era – Our Jerry
Brothers...please note that we have our annual Council's Memorial Mass is scheduled for Saturday October 3 at the 5:15 pm Mass.
It's July and we have already passed the July 4th Holiday and all of the family excitement. However, our Catholic Family needs our attention. The new "council year" starts with our July 17th meeting. You are encouraged to attend,
Brother John Aluise, Council 10910, St. Thomas More Parish, Chapel Hill, provides instruction on the game of Bocce to Bishop Burbidge, formerly the Bishop of the Raleigh Diocese, who was attending the St. Thomas More Church’s 75th anniversary at the annual parish festival.
How do you know when an event is a resounding success? From what you see, hear, and enjoy. There was laughter everywhere, a little singing, more laughing, joking, sharing, and lots more laughing. New friends were made, stories shared and our church family was bonding.
John Aluise was hard at work last month chairing the Bocce Tournament and arranging for teams/players for our tournament. There were ten Special Olympics athletes participating and they were joined by Bishop Burbidge.
The St. Thomas More School is having a Veterans Day event on Tuesday. Here is what is going on…
Our 2014 Oktoberfest was fun for all. Great music from the Little German Band and lots of dancing.
Tom Stoffel reported that our pancake breakfast today was a great success. Lots to do, many joined in.