St. Paul's People Serving at the Samaritan Center on Sunday, March 18, 2012--here are the details:
Work your calendars and plan to help us get ready for this day. We will need 18-20 people to make Sloppy Joes—there are recipes in Mary Hastings mailbox, 20 people to make cookies (3 dozen each), an 13-15 people to work 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on the 18th. If you can make Sloppy Joes or work on Sunday, please phone Mary Hastings at 471-1423. Our faithful “Cookie Lady”, Jane Enos (457-5695) will be happy to receive calls from those willing to bring cookies. We are blessed to have many folks who offer to help regularly, but are always delighted to see new faces; we urge newcomers to join us in this great ministry. We would appreciate getting calls as soon as possible to facilitate our planning. If you have any questions, please call Mary at 471-1423. The Samaritan Center Is In Need Of The Following Items: If you can help provide any of the items on their wishlist, or would like to volunteer, please contact: Lori Lichorobiec Development Director 472-0650 email@example.com
• Office supplies: saddle stapler, package tape, paper cutter, shredder, compressed air
• Large bottles of hand sanitizer
• Bleach & Laundry Detergent
• 4oz. squat Styrofoam bowls
• Fresh produce
• Silent Auction Items
Samaritan Center Volunteers - St. Paul’s serves at the Samaritan Center three Sundays each year. At that time a full meal is prepared and volunteers work at all the jobs that would be done by staff. Anyone can join this wonderful ministry. For information and to find out when St. Paul’s will serve next, contact Mary Hastings by way of the office 315-474-6053.
This ecumenical program was founded at St. Paul's Cathedral in 1980 and is now operated under the auspices of an autonomous, incorporated Board of Directors. Meals are prepared and served on-site each day of the year under the supervision of an Operations Manager and volunteers from local churches, synagogues and service organizations. Included in the program is a Jobs Plus training component. The Cathedral continues to support heavily this ministry, donating space, utilities and leadership, assisting in day to day operations and management.