Weekly School Newsletter – September 23, 2011

A FAMILY FUN EVENT Information regarding the Friar Trivia was sent home last week. I hope you all have had a chance to read it over and plan on attending the 1st annual fun event! Call the office if you have any questions. BIRTH CERTIFICATES If we haven’t called you yet, we will be calling to ask you to please bring in a copy of your child’s birth certificate. We are required by the State to … [Read more...]

Weekly School Newsletter – September 16th, 2011

A FAMILY FUN EVENT WHAT: Friars’ Trivia Bowl WHERE: St. Francis School Gym WHEN: September 29, 2011 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. More information will be coming your way soon! THANK YOU TO JACK RAY & QFD We had special visitors for our Monday morning assembly. Mr. Jack Ray from the Quincy Fire Department was here to talk about the 911 disaster. Most of our children were not even born at … [Read more...]

Holy Name Meeting – September 26th

There will be a Holy Name Meeting Monday, September 26th at 7:00 p.m. in the school kitchen.  All men of St. Francis Parish are invited to attend.  We will have an election of officers.  We will also discuss the pancake and sausage breakfast.  Please call Dennis Holbrook with any questions at 224-3898. … [Read more...]

Communion Services 9/19/11 – 9/22/11

From Monday, 9/19, through Thursday 9/22, Frs. Don and Tom Shaughnessy and Tom Fox will be at a Clergy Convocation that is being held in Springfield for the priests of the diocese.  For that reason, there will be Communion Services on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week in place of Mass.  The services will be conducted by Brother Duc and our deacon candidate, Harry Cramer. … [Read more...]

Ushers Needed

We are looking for more ushers to help with Sunday Masses beginning January 1, 2012.  Many of the current volunteers requested to be on the usher list twice a year.  The usher assignment schedule is for one full calendar month.  In order to fulfill these requests, we really need to add more ushers to our list.  Listed below is the number of additional ushers needed to help fill this need. 14 … [Read more...]