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Readers Report 2004 - John Adamovich - Assistant Jim Lewandowski

Glory be to God for the selfless dedication of all our readers. This year our parish involved more members as Second Epistle readers. This will ensure a ready alternate if the scheduled reader is absent. Two meetings during the year will be scheduled to discuss matters pertaining to reading. A warm welcome to our new readers, Daniel Mahoney, Mary Kincaid, Maria Kostopanagiatou, June Anderson, Anthea Lukashonak, Ken Stevens, and Karen Verderber. These seven new readers joined, Matushka Alexandria Lukashonak, John Verderber, Lee Kopoulos, Clarke Wilson, Lynn Betsanes, Jim Lewandowski, Mike Bauml, and George Poulos. It is the responsibility of all readers to recruit and mentor potential readers. Jerry Kincaid will conduct a readers class on January 14, 2004 after Divine Liturgy, in the upstairs conference room. All readers have been given their scheduled readings for the entire year.