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  • Additional St. Augustine Parish Picnic Raffle tickets are available on the bookrack in the vestibule of the church.  We are asking each family to try and sell at least four tickets each.  This will help to defray the cost of the picnic.  Tickets are $10.00 each with a chance to win $5,000.  Keep in mind the first early bird drawing for $100 will be Sunday, July 27 and the second drawing Sunday, August 3.  Tickets are being sold following all Masses up until the picnic.  The grand prize will be drawn on the day of the picnic, winner need not be present.  Please help us make this picnic as special as those in the past.
  • Don’t forget about the Basket Raffle this year.  Donations of items are still being accepted at the Rectory.  Think of some fun things that you would like to see in a completed basket.  If you send them to the  Rectory we will assemble them into marvelous baskets to raffle at the picnic.  Then we’ll see who wins the finished prizes.  The success of this raffle is up to you!

We’re Working Wednesday!

This Wednesday, July 6, at 6:30PM, we are having a working meeting for the Parish Picnic, “The St. Augustine Hoe-Down” in the School Cafeteria.  All are invited to come and be apart of the planning for our Parish’s Biggest Party.  We will be assembling some things for games and tables.

This Tuesday

On Tuesday, June 24 at 7:00pm in the school cafeteria, we will be holding a joint Finance Council and Parish Council Meeting.  This meeting will be open to all parishioners.  We will be discussing the phases of our continued church restoration.  Greg Spinos, a representative of the Facilities Services Cooperation of the Diocese of Cleveland will be with us to answer any questions.

VBS: Thank You!

Everyone who came to the “Workshop of Wonders” had a wonderful time and it was a great experience learning about how God works in our lives and in the world.

Thank you to all the “workers” who came to our workshop and to the many volunteers who helped keep VBS running smoothly.

Pictures and videos are coming.

Until next year!

A Roman Catholic Church, in the Diocese of Cleveland, in Barberton, Ohio since 1898.