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Pancake Breakfast 

BETHEL—There will be a pancake breakfast at St. Anthony Church Hall on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 8-11 a.m. 

The cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children under 12.

This is a Knights of Columbus fundraiser.

For more information call Grand Knight Keith Grimes at 802-763- 8985.

Harvest Chicken Dinner

BARRE—There will be a Harvest Chicken Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 8, at 5:30 p.m. at St. Monica-St. Michael School.

Central Vermont Divine Mercy Cenacle

BARRE--The Central Vermont Divine Mercy Cenacle has formed Prayer Circles.

If you would like prayers said for yourself, a family member or friends, Call 476-7449 or 476-8616.


WHITE RIVER JUNCTION--The Wednesday Night Crafters will begin meetings in the religious education building on Sept. 21 at 6:30 p.m. They will meet every Wednesday through Oct. 26. Everyone is welcome (no skill needed) and all  materials are provided.

Freedom Sunday

CHARLOTTE--Freedom Sunday is Sept. 25. Today more than 45 million people are held in slavery and one in four slaves are children. 

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish will host an afternoon event beginning at 2 with Sister of Providence Pat McKittrick who will speak about modern day slavery, including in our state and local communities, and actions we can take to support anti-slavery efforts.

Golf Classic

RUTLAND--The Michael Baker Green Wave Golf Classic is set for Friday, Sept. 23. To honor the loss of J. Michael Baker III, Class of 1986, to the Mount St. Joseph Academy community last year, the GreenWave Open was renamed The Michael Baker Green Wave Open.

Rob McCallen, chairman of the tournament, said, “The outpouring of support and generosity from the Baker family, community businesses and friends was overwhelming. The 2016 golf tournament eclipsed all previous Green Wave opens as a fundraiser, but more importantly in the reaffirming just how important MSJ is to each one of us. The Baker family’s selflessness in sharing their son, brother and cousin’s legacy with us during their time of grief is a true testament to the spirit of giving the MSJ experience imparted on us as alumni and friends.”

The Michael Baker Green Wave Golf Classic will take place at the Rutland Country Club beginning at 9 a.m. The cost for members of the RCC is $80, and the cost to nonmembers is $100. The format is a five-player scramble, which includes one cart per team. Additional carts may be rented for $40. Sponsorship opportunities are also available for companies or individuals who would like to show their support for this event.

The Michael Baker Green Wave is integral in supporting MSJ’s mission of educating the whole person by integrating spiritual development, academics, extracurricular activities, and community service into everyday life. The school continues a record 98 percent college acceptance and an increased enrollment of 30 percent. 
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