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Fellowship Annual Report January 2007

Special Events: Nadia Doss

We provided refreshments for many events this year. The following are some of the major events hosted by St. Luke.

New Member Luncheon was held on March 5, 2006. The cost was kept under $400 for the brunch and $266 was collected from donations.

Presanctified Liturgy dinners were hosted by volunteers that signed up prior to the date.

Pascha feast followed the Resurrection service and was very well attended. Also a variety of foods helped break our fast.

Quad-Parish Picnic was held on June 4. 2006. Again St. Luke Parishioners supported this event. We did not bypass the attendance of last year, but we did have about 150 people attend. All expenses for St. Luke for the picnic were covered by the cost of the tickets.

On August 27, 2006 we had our Get Together Luncheon. It was attended by approximately 85 adults. We all enjoyed lamb and great side dishes that were provided so generously by St. Luke Parishioners. All expenses were covered by donations.

On October 17, 2006 we provided refreshments for approximately 35 people that attended St. Luke Feast Day Vespers.

On October 22, 2006 an Octoberfest luncheon was provided after Liturgy. There was no cost to the ministry for this feast. It was all donated. Approximately $485 was collected and was donated to the Orthodox Missionary to Romania.

On December 29, 2006 we celebrated the end of 2006 with a great New Year’s Eve celebration. Approximately 80 people attended.

Coffee Fellowship: Susanne Lisowski

We continue to schedule teams of two to sponsor coffee fellowship. Although you have to do it twice as often, the work and cost is shared. If you are not part of the coffee hosting rotation and would like to be included in the schedule, please let us know. This is not limited to just the ladies; we welcome anyone. And if you would like to form a team with someone, it would make scheduling easier.