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SCW church celebrates

Posted 12/2/21

The Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church hosted the annual FullCircle Program “Stayin’ Alive” banquet Nov. 13 to celebrate and benefit the FullCircle Youth at Risk Program.

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COMMUNITY

SCW church celebrates

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The Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church hosted the annual FullCircle Program “Stayin’ Alive” banquet Nov. 13 to celebrate and benefit the FullCircle Youth at Risk Program.

Both supporters of the program and teens currently active in the program attended. The evening featured a catered dinner by Phantom Caterers, silent auction, raffles and speakers, whose lives have been touched by the program. 

John Bonavitacola, Our Lady of Lourdes pastor, originally established the FullCircle Program as a ministry of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, where he previously served as pastor for more than 21 years.

FullCircle now operates as a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with programs operating in five states. The program is offered to young people struggling with addiction and their families at no cost.

To learn more about the FullCircle Program or to make a tax deductible donation, visit fullcircleprogram.com.

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