WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY
Join this group to listen to an audio series by Dr. Scott Hahn titled, The Gospel of John. This is a 15-session series set to begin on Wednesday, May 9th at 10 am in classroom A. Go to St. Joseph Communications to order your study book. The cost is $14.95 plus S&H. Please call the office if you have any questions. 662-5674

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SCHOLARSHIPS

With the school year quickly coming to an end we encourage you to apply for the scholarships that our parish clubs and organizations have available each year

MEN’S CLUB & THE WOMEN OF ST. ANTHONY SCHOLARSHIPS
A $750 scholarship from the Men’s Club and a $750 scholarship
from the Women of St. Anthony for post high school
education will be awarded. The applicant must be a registered member of St. Anthony’s or St. Anne’s parish.
Awards are based on the applicant’s needs, academic,achievement, involvement in the parish and civic community
The educational and career plans of the applicant will be taken into consideration. Applications can be picked up in the church office.

Applications must be written in ink or typed and returned
to the church office by July 31st.
For more information
please call Doug Amon at 843-861-4586 or Ramona Fratus at 843-269-1561.

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2018 Constance Cooper and Janet Spring Education Scholarships

Sponsored by the St. Anne Ladies Guild The scholarships are open to all SC College students from sophomore to senior- male or female- in the four parishes of St. Anne, St. Anthony, Infant Jesus and  St. Louis, as well as members of the campus ministry at FMU.

Applications w/instructions are at all the parish offices.

Email missusbee52@hotmail.com for questions

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2018-19 First Grade Teacher Position Filled

Dear St. Anthony Community,

It is with great pleasure that I announce the hiring of Mrs. Natalie Knight as the 1st grade teacher for the 2018-2019 school year.  We were blessed to have a wonderful pool of candidates, but Mrs. Knight proved herself to be the right person for the position.   Mrs. Knight is coming to us from Greenwood Elementary, and here is a copy of her introduction from their school website:

” After 20 plus years working as a psychologist, I decided to pursue a different career in teaching. I have a wonderful family who have supported me in this venture and I have really enjoyed teaching here at Greenwood over the past nine years. My family is very near to my heart; I cherish each and every one of them. I have a wonderfully supportive husband and two daughters. My oldest daughter was involved in a four-wheeling accident in the summer of 2003, and she was in a coma for nine days. We weren’t even sure she would survive. Following her release from the hospital, I quit my job as the psychologist for Disabilities and Special Needs and focused on her rehabilitation full time. This has taught me to be thankful for every day that you have on earth and that you need to spend as much time as you can with family and cherish every moment of it. Luckily my oldest daughter has recovered better than expected and I began substituting at the local elementary school approximately two years after her accident. I discovered I truly loved it and began the process of renewing my teaching certificate and adding on Elementary Education. I originally graduated from Winthrop College with a double major in Psychology and Secondary Education. I continued at Winthrop for my graduate work and received my MS in School Psychology. For the past eight years I have been teaching 5th grade and really enjoy it”

We would like to welcome Mrs. Knight and her family to the St. Anthony Catholic School community and provide her with our heartfelt support and prayers.

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Bingo

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PLAY BINGO!

The next time the seniors get together
to play bingo will be this Wednesday May 9th at 1pm in classroom A of the Family Center.
They regularly meet they second Wednesday of each month at this time. A great time is had by all.

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Support St. Anthony Trail Life

Your St. Anthony Trail Life Troop SC-0490 would like to thank our parish for its enthusiastic support, prayers, and assistance. We continue to invite the boys from our
parish and their friends who are Christians to join our ranks. Likewise we continue to welcome upstanding and moral men from our parish to come and inquire about us
that we may get to know you and together consider
whether there might be a way for you to be involved with Trail Life.
Furthermore, we prayerfully ask our entire parish to consider supporting our troop in another way. We will continue to bring items that we hope are meaningful to you
to help us raise money to support our troop expenses and our worthy efforts. However, we are also in need of a few items to support our camping adventures.
If you no longer have need of the following in your garage and would like to donate the following items, the boys would be very grateful for your contribution. Our
troop is in need of the following:
2 – Canopies which to prepare food under.
2 – Flag Poles which to be able to present our troop flags.
1 – portable table that folds up and can be transported.
3 – Lanterns and a tripod which to hang them.

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Trail Life USA

TRAIL LIFE

 

Your St. Anthony Trail Life Troop SC-0490 would like to thank our parish for its enthusiastic support, prayers, and assistance. We continue to invite the boys from our
parish and their friends who are Christians to join our ranks. Likewise we continue to welcome upstanding and moral men from our parish to come and inquire about us
that we may get to know you and together consider whether there might be a way for you to be involved with Trail Life.
Furthermore, we prayerfully ask our entire parish to consider supporting our troop in another way. We will continue to bring items that we hope are meaningful to you
to help us raise money to support our troop expenses and our worthy efforts. However, we are also in need of a
few items to support our camping adventures. If you no longer have need of the following in your garage and would like to donate the following items, the boys would be very grateful for your contribution. Our troop is in need of the following:

2 – Canopies which to prepare food under.
2 – Flag Poles which to be able to present our troop flags.
1 – portable table that folds up and can be transported.
3 – Lanterns and a tripod which to hang them.

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ST. ANTHONY BOOK CLUB

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The next book selection for our Book Club will be

Saint Catherine Laboure 

Meetings are every Tuesday at 9 am in classroom A  family center please call Patti Musto for more information 843-665-0169. We
look forward to beginning this book in mid-May.

A look into this book

Catherine Laboure is the epitome of a person who experienced extraordinary heavenly favors but exhibited such humility that she never allowed herself to be identified as the visionary . She was given the message that the Immaculate Conception has the power to shower God grace to the our aching sorrowful world. She will protect us and guide us to her Son if we ask her. Catherine Laboure faithfully carried out her mission never directing any attention to herself then went back to her life of service to others. The reader journeys with the young Catherine through the death of her mother and the young saint assuming full adult responsibility at age 12 for the household management of a farm. She faithfully assists her brothers business by taking on lowly tasks and finally in the convent she cares for the old men in the hospice. Catherine performed her duties of cooking, cleaning and caring for other with love and attention so as to make an offering to God ;small tasks done with great love. It is within our ability to strive to do the same.

Please call Patti Musto for more information 843-665-0169. 

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Senior Bingo

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 Come join us in classroom A  for a couple of hours of food and fun. This group meets every second Tuesday of the month  and bring a friend open to all

 Call Noreen McFann for more information at 843-409-7097.

 

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American Heritage Girls A New Group for Girls

American Heritage Girls is a Christian program that is dedicated to its mission of building american-heritage-girls-logowomen of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country. AHG programs focuses on six program emphases: Life Skill Enhancement, Girl Leadership, Teamwork, Character Development, Social Development and Spiritual Development. AHG Troop SC0490 is for girls ages 5 to 18. We will be having our first meeting April 21 in the Family Center from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm.
https://www.americanheritagegirls.org

There are five Program Levels in American Heritage Girls. Troops may offer all five Levels, if there are girls and Leaders available for each. However, it is common for new Troops to begin with only a few Levels.

AHG’s multi-Level structure means that girls from all Program Levels meet together as a single Troop at the same time, though they may split into Levels for certain activities.

Pathfinder – Ages 5-6
The Pathfinder Level is intended to give a girl a chance to try out the AHG Program and learn more about it. A Pathfinder girl earns necklace beads for attendance, participation and Bible verse memorization while learning the four parts of the AHG Oath. She may earn the Fanny Crosby Award upon completion of this Level.

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Tenderheart – Ages 6-9
A Tenderheart earns Badges and Sports Pins in any of the six Frontiers of Skill and receives activity patches for participating in Troop activities or special events. She may earn the Sacagawea Award for achieving the highest level of skill and service at this Level. Blue Service Stars are awarded for every 5 hours of community service.

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Explorer – Ages 9-12
An Explorer earns Badges and Sports Pins in any of the six Frontiers of Skill and receives activity patches for participating in Troop activities or special events. She may earn the Lewis and Clark Award for achieving the highest level of skill and service at this Level. Red Service Stars are awarded for every 10 hours of community service. Explorers are allowed to participate in overnight camping events. landclarkaward.jpg__150x150_q85_crop_subsampling-2_upscale

 

 

Pioneer – Ages 12-14
A Pioneer continues to earn Badges, Sports Pins, Service Stars and activity patches. She may earn the Harriet Tubman Award for achieving the highest level of skill and service at this Level. White Service Stars are awarded for every 15 hours of community service. A Pioneer is also eligible for the roles of Camp or Event Aide. The Pioneer Level is where girls really begin to show leadership skills by assisting their leaders with planning, organizing and staffing special events for AHG in the community or within their Troop.

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Patriot – Ages 14-18
Patriot is the highest Program Level in AHG. A Patriot still earns Badges, Sports Pins, Service Stars and activity patches. She may earn the Dolley Madison Award for achieving the highest level of skill and service at this Level. Yellow Service Stars are awarded for every 20 hours of community service. Patriot girls plan and carry out activities with Unit Leaders who function as “facilitators”, allowing girls to make decisions on a regular basis.

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Patriot Level girls may go above and beyond to earn the highest award for American Heritage Girls, The Stars & Stripes Award . This is the most prestigious of awards, and it requires a great deal of time, sacrifice and devotion to achieve this award.

 

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Trail Life USA for Boys

Trail Life USA is a Christian outdoor adventure program that focuses on outdoor adventure, character, and leadership development. Troop SC-0490 is a newly chartered group here at St. Anthony’s. Trail Life is for boys in grades 5k(kindergarten) thru 12th grade.

We will be having Family Information Day to describe our program so please bring your child for a fun activity and learn about our upcoming year.

Family Information Day: September 11th

When: 6:30-7:30 PM          Where: St. Anthony Family Centerlogo

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