Spanish Guild

Guided by faith, prayer, knowledge and concern, the St. Ann's Council of Catholic Women (SACCW) helps build St. Ann's community through friendship, spiritual reflection, mutual support and support to those in need. All women of the parish are invited!

The Spanish Guild gets together the first Thursday of each month September through May at 7:00pm in La Salette Hall. Our monthly meetings provide international hospitality and fellowship. As part of the SACCW, we provide spiritual growth as well as service to the church and the community through a variety of programs. The Spanish Guild sponsors the St. Ann's Epiphany celebration in January, the spring diaper drive, and adopts a family at Thanksgiving and Christmas, among other projects.

 
Contact

Edilma Rigg 
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Ani Pardo
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Can’t make it to meetings, but still want to be involved? There are activities throughout the year and you can volunteer for weekend events like Apple Annie, the parish garage sale, the parish festival and more.

2019-2020 SACCW Events Calendar  

Help support our council – Become a Member

The membership dues are $20 per year. This small amount covers hospitality, food and decorations at each meeting, as well as special events throughout the year. 

Click HERE to register online for Day Guild, Mothers' Guild, and Spanish Guild or download a formInstructions for registering with the Blue Sombrero registration system:
  

St. Ann's Council of Catholic Women Page

 
SACCW/Day Guild
Connie Perry
[email protected]

Day Guild Page

 
Mothers' Guild
Jennifer Mehling
Katy Williams
[email protected]
 
 
Spanish Guild
Edilma Rigg
 
Ani Pardo

 

Apple Annie Arts & Crafts Show
[email protected]

 

Garage Sale

Beth Kosbab
[email protected]

Meredith Bladdick
[email protected]

 

 

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The Catholic Church of St. Ann is a La Salette parish family dedicated to reconciliation through worship, word, works and sacrament.

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