Share - Winter 2018 - 35
TEXAS COURT CELEBRATES 100TH FATIMA
MASSACHUSETTS CAMPUS COURT MEETS FOR
Campus Court Stonehill College #2623, Easton, Massachusetts,
held its first meeting of the fall semester, opening with
Mass celebrated by Court Chaplain Rev. Rick Gribble. The newlyelected officers installed by Father Gribble in the ceremony
during Mass are pictured, left to right, with Court Advisor Peggy
Reiche, far left: Emily Daversa, financial secretary; Celia Dolan,
regent; Father Gribble; Jessica Costello, recording secretary;
Sarah Hunter, vice regent; Patricia Adams, advisor. Not pictured:
Joanna Vodola, treasurer.
NEW YORK COURT TREATS SENIOR CITIZENS
Court St. Clare #912, Great Kills, New York, hosted its second
annual "Golden Age Spring Luncheon" for approximately 65 senior
citizens from local parishes. The annual event is an opportunity
for elderly individuals who are ambulatory, but don't get out
often, to socialize. The seniors were treated to a delicious buffet,
games, raffles, live music, cookie decorating and a healthcare
presentation. Caring court members donated items for "goody
bags" and a great time was had by all, as can be seen in the photo
of seniors enjoying their lunch and good company.
TEXAS COURT VOLUNTEERS FOR VACATION
Members of Court Our Mother of Peace and Unity, #2487,
Livingston, Texas, joined a week-long VBS (Vacation Bible School).
They volunteered as teachers, director, music leaders and the
kitchen chefs who took care of the children's meals for the week.
Pictured on the last day of the VBS are court volunteers with Court
Chaplain Rev. Joseph Chau Nguyen, front, far left, near two of the
children, one below him, one above.
Members of Court Our Lady of the Snow #2100, Plano/Richardson,
Texas, were invited to the home of Vice Regent and Spiritual
Enhancement Chair Suzanne Delcambre to commemorate the
100th anniversary of the Fatima apparitions. On a lovely spring
day they sat beside the garden and a statue of Mary and recited
the Fatima Rosary. A banner stating the importance of praying the
Rosary for America was behind them. It was a beautiful spiritual
event, the court said. Surrounded by good friends and sharing
stories about Fatima, they enjoyed an al fresco luncheon. In the
photo, seated, left to right, Recording Secretary Jacelyn Hoffman,
JoAnn Seberger and Margarete Swayden. Standing, left to right,
Financial Secretary Juanita Connally, Treasurer Kitty Danek, Patti
Mix, Patricia Carr and Suzanne Delcambre.