Soup Supper Thank You

THANK YOU!  A big thank you to all who prepared the suppers and those of you who supported the suppers.  The soups were delicious and we all enjoyed the good company. We are happy and grateful to report that $2,000 will be divided between St. Vincent DePaul Open Pantry and Infantil Orphange.  The groups that participated in the soup suppers:Grupo de Oracion, 11:30 choir, Women's Guild, Escuela de la Cruz, Bereavement and 9:30 choir. Everyone did a great job!

April 20, 2017 - 8:55pm
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