X hits on this document

20 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

2 / 8

2

Get ticket to Holy Spirit’s Fall Fantasy dinner

Holy Spirit Catholic Church hopes to raise funds to help the needy at the sev- enth annual Fall Fantasy set for October 7. Funds raised will be used to support the parish’s St. Vincent de Paul ministry.

St. Vincent de Paul is a

group joined in the spirit of charity to help those in need by providing material and spiritual assistance. St. Vincent de Paul assists the less fortunate with rent and utility payments, food, clothing, home furnishings, prescriptions, eyeglasses,

medical bills, gasoline and other items.

A support system main- tains contact with commu- nity resources and emer- gency assistance programs. The ministry distributes holiday food baskets at Thanksgiving, Christmas

Come join us for Food, Fun, and Friendly Folks at the

Winfield Oktoberfest

and Easter. More than 2,000 people, including many children, are touched by St. Vincent de Paul efforts throughout the year.

The Fall Fantasy is set for the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza in Merrillville. Tick- ets are $35 each and include dinner and a style show. The event is open to the public. Tickets to the Fall Fantasy should be purchased no later than September 28. Tables seat eight to ten guests. Guests who wish to sit with friends should sub- mit their ticket reservations together. Last year, more than 300 guests attended.

Saturday • October 10th, 2009 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The Parking Lot Behind Buddy and Pal’s

LOFS FIRE DEPARTMENT KARATE DEMONSTRATIONS FAMILY GAMES • LOCAL BUSINESS BOOTHS ARTS AND CRAFTS VENDORS • MUSIC BEER GARDE • PET ADOPTION AGENCIES RAFFLE FOR CASH • FOOD

A silent auction is held at the Fall Fantasy. “We col- lect everything from sports tickets to dinner gift certifi- cates to outdoor items, fur- niture and sports equip- ment,” said Fay Iorio, silent auction chair. “Many of our parishioners have already donated beautiful gift bas- kets.”

A 30-minute live auction also is set. A 2005 Ford Tau-

Crown Theater

19 N. Court St., Crown Point 663-1616

Admission $3 • 7:30 Nightly Matinees every Sat. & Sun. at 2:30 p.m.!

Sept. 25 thru Oct. 1

Entrance Fee: Canned food for the Food Pantry

ALIENS IN THE ATTIC Rated PG • Ashley Tisdale

Oct. 2 thru Oct. 8

All proceeds go to the Winfield Community Foundation and area Food Pantries

HANNAH MONTANA: THE MOVIE Rated PG-13 • Animated Pixar

MAKING A BETTER LIFE FOR OUR COMMUNITY.

Oct. 9 thru Oct. 15 SHORTS: THE ADVENTURES

OF THE WISHING ROCK Rated PG • James Spader

FREE popcorn on Mondays with paid admission!

Attention

Pontoon Boat Owners. . . Call NOW!

For one low price WE PROMISE to:

  • WINTERIZE Your Outboard & Change the Gear Lube

  • SHRINKWRAP Your Pontoon to Protect it from Weather Damage

  • STORE Your Pontoon Safely Outside at Our Secure Well Lit Facility

NW Indiana’s Finest Pontoon Storage Providers

A+

Hair Studio & Barbershop

• ROLLER SETS

• CHAIR MASSAGE

• MANICURES • PEDICURES

• FACIAL WAXING • COLOR SERVICES

  • HAIRCUTS – $14.95

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 219–661–1218

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10660 RANDOLPH • WINFIELD

HURRY! SPACE GOING FAST!

Call NOW to guarantee your spot at the area’s finest facility!

219–531–2278

LOCATED IN THE SAME BUILDING WITH BAGELS ‘N BEANS

Appointments Accepted Walk-ins Welcome

September 25, 2009

rus SEL Sedan will be auc- tioned during this year’s event. “The car has been on display in the church park- ing lot on weekends and is attracting a lot of attention,” said Iorio.

The four door sedan is valued at $7,950 and in- cludes power doors and locks, dual front air bags, power seats and windows and cruise control.

popular models is Rev. Jo- seph Murphy.

Ad space is available in a printed program. All con- tributors are listed in the program. To reserve ad space or donate an item for the auction, call the parish office at (219)661-0644. Doors open at 6 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7 p.m. A cash bar will be available.

One of the highlights of the night is a style show that features the latest men’s and women’s fashions. Parishio- ners volunteer as models. One of the event’s most

Holy Spirit Catholic Church is located at 7667 East 109th Ave. in Winfield. For more information about the church, log on to holy- spiritchurch.org.

Salem AYCE Country Breakfast

Salem United Methodist Church, of Porter Township, will sponsor an All-U-Can- Eat Country Breakfast on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 7 to 11 a.m. It will be held at Sa- lem Fellowship Hall, 756 West 350 South, across from the church, which is south of Lakes of the Four Seasons. They will serve eggs, sau- sage gravy, biscuits, bacon,

hash browns and fruit salad, along with milk, juice and coffee. The cost for adults is $6; children from ages 5 to 12 is $4; and children age 4 and under eat free. There also will be home baked goods for sale.

Proceeds will go toward supporting the missions of the church. For more infor- mation call 219-988-4700.

CPHS Latin Club car wash

The Crown Point Classical Association and Crown Point High School Latin Club will sponsor a car wash on Saturday, September 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the American Legion Post, 1401 N. Main St. in Crown Point.

All proceeds from the fundraiser benefit CPHS Latin programs and students including funds for scholarships, AP exam fees, and trips to the annual National Junior Classical League Convention.

(Waste from page 1) herbicides, insecticides and other poisons.

  • Waste fuels—Diesel,

gasoline, kerosene and other flammable liquids. Waste oil in large containers will ac- cepted and evacuated after 1:30 p.m.

  • “Sharps” and medica-

tion—Bring diabetic sy- ringes in a sealed container and unused/expired medica-

tion in original container to the collection site for dis- posal.

Items not acceptedTires, appliances, commer- cial waste, explosives, am- munition, asbestos, latex paint, gas cylinders or con- tainers over 30 gallons. (This disposal program is for Lake County households only and is not open to busi- nesses.)

WINFIELD AMERICAN PICK UP LOCATIONS

Looking for a copy of the current issue of the Winfield American? Check out any of the following Winfield area locations where newspapers are delivered typically by 4 p.m. on Thursday of each week.

Amelia’s County Aurelio’s Pizza Baja’s Restaurant B.G. Gator’s Centier Bank Fagen Pharmacy

Market

Niko’s Grill Sam’s Café Smoke Shop China Star Winfield Library Town Hall

Four Seasons Marathon

Winfield Liquors

Members Advantage Credit Union Liberty Savings Bank

A publication of Region Communications Inc.

7590 East 109th Avenue Winfield, IN 46307 (219) 662-8888 * Fax (219) 662-8925 mail@region-communications.com

Published every Friday, serving hometown information needs of the Town of Winfield, Winfield Township, and Lakes of the Four Seasons.

Editorial and advertising deadlines are Fridays at noon for the following Friday’s pape .

Michael L. Gooldy ........................................ Managing Editor Mike Kucic .................................................. Business Manager Patricia Zsetenyi ...................................................... Production Michelle Hurst ................................................... Correspondent Stephen Martin ............................... Contributing Photographer Joseph S. Irak .............................................. Corporate Counsel Mary Stratton .......................................................... Bookkeeper Home Mountain Printing .............................................. Printing

Document info
Document views20
Page views20
Page last viewedFri Oct 28 16:37:51 UTC 2016
Pages8
Paragraphs633
Words7170

Comments