Vianney Daily Bulletin

Friday 11/17

Attention all those who applied to go on the March for Life in Washington D.C. Please plan to attend a meeting on Monday at encore in room 109.

There is a meeting today at Encore for all of the Blood Apostles. Please come to the chapel lobby.

Thank you to Sam Raineri on his donation of a belt rack and a few belts for those that tend to forget.  If you have any old belts at home that you would like to bring in and donate to the belt rack it would be greatly appreciated.

Vianney will be partaking in a service project with Cor Jesu on Saturday December 2nd. The project will be assisting Whole Kids Outreach sort donations and prepare donations for Christmas. If you are STILL SHORT IN YOUR SERVICE HOUR requirement please sign up for this event today! See Mr. Remiger for more info!

Anyone who would like to purchase items from the Baseball Team Store you can stop by the Main Office to get a flyer from Coach Brown.  Orders are due by this coming Sunday.

The BBQ Club will host their Third Annual Turkey Bash next Tuesday after school.  All are welcome to kick off the Thanksgiving holiday with the BBQ Club.  See Mr. Cerone for details.

Anyone interested in assisting with the Thanksgiving Mass, or helping to prepare meals for the poor for Thanksgiving,  please see Fr. Tim today

A reminder to Kairos leaders, there will be a meeting on Sunday morning. Please check your Vianney email.

Griffin Theatre’s production of Arsenic and Old Lace opened last night and continues to play tonight and tomorrow evening at 7:30 pm and on Sunday at 2:00 pm.  Make your plans now to see this comedy classic.

The Vianney Investment Club is meeting again on Monday after school in room 310. All 24 members should attend. See Andrew Chapman or Derek Book for questions.

and finally happy birthday to freshman Timmy Galczinski and on Sunday to sophomores Stuart Laub, Tim Pardernik and Ben Ryan.  We hope that you all have a great day on your special day.  Those are your morning announcements.  Make it a great day to be a Griffin!

Thanks Fr Tim for the help this morning with the announcements!