Society of St. Vincent dePaul
927 Franklin Street, Johnstown, PA. 15905
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THE SOCIETY'S DIOCESAN COUNCIL'S ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE IS NOW LOCATED AT THE NEW SVDP ALTOONA THRIFT STORE. OUR NEW ADDRESS IS 1215 - 7TH AVE. ALTOONA, PA 16602 AND OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER IS 814-943-1981.

 

 

Help support the Society's Food for Families program in Johnstown's mission to feed the hungry. There are two events scheduled that will benefit our efforts and you can help. On May 15 there is the "Empty Bowl" event sponsored by the Johnstown High Key Club at St.. Mary's Byzantine Church in Johnstown and tickets are available by calling 814-539-4627.

On May 30 "Team Vinnie" will participate in the Highmark Walk for A healthy Community and you can register to walk and/or make a donation by going to their website, looking for Society of St. Vincent de Paul's Team Vinnie. Our goal is to raise $5,000.00 for Food for Families in Johnstown.

Checks can also be mailed to SVDP Food for Families 945 Franklin St. Jonstown PA 15905. Please mark your memo line "WALK". Help us fight hunger in the Johnstown/Cambria County area.

 

SVDP YOUTH MINISTRY's 7TH ANNUAL RIO GOFL OUTING HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 27 AT PARK HILLS CC IN ALTOONA. FOR MORE INFORMATION EMAIL avcdepaul@atlanticbbn.net.

 

 

NEW PRESIDENTS INSTALLED

Left: Richard 'Dick" Slavik, Prince of Peace Conference, was installed as the new Diocesan Council President by Spiritual Adviser Deacon Gary Gill and past president Vince Johnson.

Right: New Conference Presidents, (l) Mary Lou Peduzzi, St. Catherine, Mount Union and (r) Vince Johnson, St. Mary's, Altoona were installed by Spiritual Adviser Deacon Gary Gill.

Installations took place at the recent Fall Presidents/Directors meeting at Bishop Carroll Catholic High School in Ebensburg.

 

A GREAT DAY FOR A WALK

The Most Holy Trinity Conference, Huntingdon held the first Friends of the Poor Walk in the diocese Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014 at Detwiler Field in Huntingdon.

 

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ANNUAL MASS AND DINNER HELD AT SFU

On Sunday, September 28, 2014 over 200 Vincentians and supporters gathered on the campus of St. Francis in Loretto for their annual Mass and Dinner.

Bishop Mark Bartchak celebrated Mass in the Immaculate Conception Chapel. Following Mass a reception, silent auction and dinner was held in the JFK Center.

Marty Radovanic, WJAC Anchorman, was the MC for the evening and Mrs. Cathy Griffith and Miss Kiera Chirdon were the guest speakers.

Mr. Camillus Long was presented with the Society's Top Hat Award for his help renovating both the Johnstown Thrift Store and Family Kitchen and Mrs. DOlores Gens was presented with the Ozanam Humanitarian Award for her many years of service as a Vinentian.

Fr. Leonard Voytek, pastor of St. Mary's Nanty Glo, gave the Benediction.

 

DUCK RACE BENEFITED JOHNSTOWN FAMILY KITCHEN

On Sunday Sept. 7, 2014 the Society sponsored a Duck Race and Chicken dinner to benefit its Family Kitchen in Johnstown.

Over $3,000.00 was raised for the Kitchen.

 

SCOTT HAHN PRESENTATION

The Fr. Peter Lemke District Council hosted over 500 people for a presentation by nationally renowned speaker Scott Hahn Saturday, September 13, 2014 at Mt. Aloysius College in Cresson. Scott spoke of his life, conversion and faith.

 

SOCIETY'S YOUTH MINISTRY GOLF OUTING IN ALTOONA A BIG SUCCESS

The 6th annual golf outing to benefit the Society's Youth Ministry held Sunday August 24, 2014 at Park Hills Country Club in Altoona was very successful according to Executive Director Sonny Consiglio.

Thanks to about 40 golfers and a number of sponsors nearly $6,800.00 was raised to help with the Youth Ministry's projects.

The Youth Ministry projects include a 'Back to School Back Pack' program that provides new school supplies for elementary students in need, theChristmas for Kids "

program which helps needy families provide gift for their children at Christmas, a Holiday meal program which donates all the food needed for Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter dinners for the Altoona Domestic Abuse Shelter. The youth Ministry also sponsors an SVDP Youth Conference at St. Benedict's Catholic School in Johnstown.

The students involved have conducted a number of activites that have benefited the SVDP Johnstown Food For Families program in Johnstown.

This year the Youth Ministry will sponsor a student in Haiti providing what is needed for a full schoo0l year of learning.

 

 

 

 

 
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