Exciting News from St. Paul Catholic School!

Photo: “Courtesy of St. Paul Catholic School”

St. Paul Catholic School’s Walkathon, October 19th from 9:00 – 11:00am. Please sponsor a student by laps walked (6 laps = 1 mile) or by a set donation.  Walkathon Sponsorships are available at three levels: Bronze = $100, silver = $250 and gold = $500.  A sponsorship guarantees your business name on the Walkathon banner (all levels), the Walkathon tshirts (silver and gold) and in the St. Paul Catholic Church bulletin (gold).

St. Paul Catholic Church Trunk or Treat, October 28th from 2:30 – 4:30pm. Bring your little one dressed up in their costume for a safe and fun afternoon.  3005 Country Club Road, New Bern.  Please call 633-0100 with any questions.

Catholic Daughters Christmas Boutique, November 3rd from 8am-8pm and November 4th from 8am – 1pm in the St. Paul Catholic Church Family Life Center, 3005 Country Club Road.

Jim Williams, world renowned speaker and author, will present “Raising a Responsible Child with God in the Center of Their Lives” at the St. Paul Catholic Church Family Life Center on November 8th from 6:30pm – 8pm. Jim is a wonderful and uplifting speaker! If you have children at home you do NOT want to miss this. Free admission.

St. Paul Catholic School Singers will be performing at the New Bern Christmas Tree Lighting at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Downtown New Bern.

St. Paul Catholic School Christmas Open House, Sunday, December 9th from 9:00am – 1pm.  Come see our wonderful school decked out for the Christmas Season.  Refreshments served.

St. Paul Catholic School Christmas Concert, December 13th at 6:30pm in the St. Paul Catholic Church Family Life Center. Refreshments served.

Submitted by: Sarah Corey, Development Director, St. Paul Catholic School, 3005 Country Club Road, New Bern, NC, 252-633-0100

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