Tuesday - 24 December
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10:00 pm (Choir begins at 9:30pm).
Wednesday - 25 December
For the past couple of years, St. Benedict's has supported Little Portion Friary by serving breakfast to their guests on Thanksgiving and Christmas morning.
Parishioners generously donated their time and/or prepared breakfast items to help make a meal that much more special for those less fortunate. Denise Levy spearheaded this effort for many years and, as many of you know, Denise and her family have relocated to Dallas.In keeping the tradition alive, Fred & Mimi Fadel have generously volunteered to coordinate the breakfast and to serve on Thanksgiving and Christmas mornings.
We would like to stay away from too many sugary baked goods as Little PortionWe are currently all set for Thanksgiving but if you are interested in helping to serve and/or donate a prepared item for Christmas morning, we can certainly use your help!If you would like to help serve, please email me at email@example.com. We can take up to 8 volunteers.If you are interested in providing food, here's the basic list of breakfast items we'd like to provide. If you're interested in sending something not listed, please email me.
I've listed 4 egg items or egg bakes. If you want to provide one of them but don't have a recipe, I have an easy one I'd be glad to share.General info: There are approximately 8 women and 18 men plus some volunteers on the premises. They eat in separate dining rooms so we try to divide the items among the two dining rooms accordingly. Breakfast is served at .Fred & Mimi will meet folks in the Westfield parking lot at Christmas morning. People providing the hot items should bring them hot. The Fadels will leave for Little Portion by , get there, set up and serve. The guests are responsible for clean up.Breakfast items needed:Eggs/Egg Bake:Eggs/Egg Bake:Eggs/Egg Bake:Eggs/Egg Bake:Bagels – dozen: Megan Andrews, Strauss FamilyBagels – dozen: Megan Andrews, Strauss FamilyBagels – dozen: Strauss FamilyCream cheese – 3 bricks:Orange juice – 2 gallons:Orange juice – 2 gallons:Potatoes:Potatoes:Whole fruit (need 3 folks): David CroglioPlease email me back at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what you’re interested in providing for the breakfast and/or serving.
|Bishop Richard J. Malone|
Diocese of Buffalo, NY