My name is Leeann Whetstone and I am the Volunteer Coordinator for the
6th Annual running of A Christmas Story 5k/10k Run
taking place December 1, 2018.
We are looking for volunteers to help us out with the continued success and growth of A Christmas Story Run. Last year we saw added growth and we had close to 6,500 runners total.
Are you a fan of the movie A Christmas Story? We would love for you to participate in all the activities and fun by volunteering for A Christmas Story 5K/10K Run! We have several different opportunities available, so you can tailor it to your interests. All our volunteers will get their very own limited-edition tee-shirt.
All the proceeds earned from this run benefit A Christmas Story House Foundation; a non-profit foundation established to restore and maintain the neighborhood surrounding A Christmas Story House & Museum for future generations to experience and enjoy.
The foundation provides grants to projects that enhance and preserve the surrounding neighborhood.
To date, the Run has generated $389,500 for the Foundation.
Thanks to our wonderful volunteers, our annual Reverse Raffle was a huge success! Hopefully you were able to join us and were lucky enough to win a cash prize or a gift basket. Even if you didn’t win anything (like me) there was still a lot of good food, drink and an evening of fun.
Saturday, April 28th after the 4:30 mass, TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Our annual Reverse Raffle will be held on Saturday, April 28th at 5:30pm. This event sells out quick at just $50 a ticket!!! Get your friends and family together for a great night of fun, great food, raffles, 50/50 boards, a chance to walk out with $2,000 in your pocket and all the while have helped raised money for our parish.
Tickets on sale now, you can charge by phone by calling the rectory, 216-696-1926. Only 200 tickets available! What’s your lucky number?
Your help is needed to collect items for the Cleveland Police Department’s Second District clothing drive for our homeless population. There is a box in the back of the church for our donations.
“The Cleveland Police Second District will be teaming up with the community to collect cold weather clothing for our homeless population. Specific items that are most needed are socks, boots, gloves, and thermal underwear for adult men and women. Lightly used laundered items will be accepted. We look forward to your generosity!”