The Knights of Columbus Council 11411 raised $1200 for St. Joseph's Neighborhood Center at an Oktoberfest, held September 27th at Saint Anne Church. 120 people attended and enjoyed Festive decorations, German music provided by Paul Krueger, delicious German food from Swan Market, raffle prizes and Oktoberfest Trivia games.
And, on October 19th, two hundred and fifty breakfast plates later, volunteers from the Women's Club of Pittsford, Creative Caterers, the Baptist Temple and Zonta International had raised $2000 for the Neighborhood Center. These groups organized and served a hearty breakfast to guests on Saturday, October 19th, to raise funds for the Center at the Baptist Temple. More than 250 people attended, enjoyed breakfast with friends and purchased baked goods also provided by these groups. Alicia Schur, SSJ ,won the door prize of a kitchen gift basket. "We are grateful to all of these friends for making this annual event possible," said Chris Wagner, SSJ. "$2000 will be a great help to our programs, providing health care to the uninsured."
St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center provides comprehensive health care, counseling, adult education and social work to individuals and families who lack access to health insurance. Established in 1993 as a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph, the Center is committed to raising the health status and quality of life of individuals and families.
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