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St. Joseph's Catholic Church:
Parish Altar Society

Monthly Meetings:

Held in Eimers Hall on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. except January and February.


 

The June meeting starts with Mass followed potluck.

Ladies should refer to the 'Annual Booklet for Hostesses' for Monthly Breakfast.

Dues $5.50 per year.

 

 


Current St. Joseph's Altar Society Officers:

 

  • President: Kristi A.
  • Vice-President: JoAnn K.
  • Secretary: Mary S.
  • Treasurer: Jeanette K.

 

Refer to the Annual Booklet for phone numbers.

 

 

Special Committees:

 

  • Greeting Cards: Mary T.
  • Salad Luncheon Committee: Denise K., Mary G., Judy W., Coleen D.
  • Funeral Committees:

Chairlady: Jeanette K.

 

Set Up Committee:
Charleen A.

Janelle C.

JoAnn K.

Joan N.

Karen & Jim V.

Judy W.

 

Funeral Workers:

*Mardelle C.

Yvonne N.

Regina H.

Karen R.

Anne S.

Mary S.

Carol O.

DeLoise P.

Mary T.

 

Funeral Clean-Up:

*Marilyn T.

Kathy F.

Paula M.

Betty L.

  • Scholarship Committee: Trish J.
  • Kitchen Supply: Jeanette K.
  • Funeral Chairlady: Jeanette K.
  • Baptismal Bibs: Mardelle C.

 

Annual Projects :

 

  • First Communion Breakfast
  • Monthly Breakfast
  • Assist with services at Oakland Heights Manor
  • Upkeep of Altar Supplies, Vestments, and Server Apparel
  • Salad Luncheon (Held in September)
  • Treats for Children at Christmas Party & End of School Year
  • St. Joseph Feast Day Plates to Shut-Ins
  • Gifts CCD & CYO Students
  • St. Joseph's Altar Society and Fr. Leo Wolpert Memorial Scholarship
  • to a Graduating Parish Senior

  • General Church Cleaning Schedule

 

 


About Us:

 

The first Altar Society of St. Joseph’s Parish was established in 1919 with all women automatically becoming members. Mrs. John Gleeson was the first president and Mary Peterson Higgins was the first secretary. Doing their best to raise money, the ladies had lawn socials; bake sales, raffles, bazaars and dances.

 

The Society is affiliated with the Omaha Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women and a member of the Rural Northeast Deanery.