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SJTW ZOMI COMMUNITY BENEFITS FROM NEW HOUSING

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June 26th saw the blessing and groundbreaking for a new construction, 96-unit apartment complex.  Fr. Ted blessed the ground prior to the official groundbreaking.  Present were developers, Rob Justus and Ben Pray of Home First Development, along with Zomi community members, photographers, and others involved in the project.  To read more about the project, go to the July 10 bulletin which will be posted on www.parishesonline.com.  Enter St. Joseph the Worker or 97233 to see our parish newsletter.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS!

On Sunday, June 12, two St. Joseph ministries awarded scholarships to high school seniors graduating this year.  Congratulations to the five young people who applied and won.

This is the 10th Anniversary of the Armstrong scholarship, founded in 2013 by the Mastroieni family in honor of deceased relatives, Mary and Michael Armstrong.  The Armstrong Scholarship Foundation is a 501 3C charitable organization and contributions can be tax deductible.  Contact David Mastroieni at ddmconsulting@msn.com or 503-998-1070.

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ARMSTRONG SCHOLARSHIP Left to right:   David and Kathleen Mastroieni who manage and administer the Armstrong Scholarship; this year's recipients Evie Anderson, Gracie Del Rosario, and Aryanna Munar; Youth Ministry Co-coordinator, Jason De Leon and Fr. Ted Prentice.

This is the first year for the Knights of Columbus scholarship,  Its purpose is to contribute to college-bound youth who are children or grandchildren of Knights' members.  Each recipient receives $500 for two years while they are attending college.

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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SCHOLARSHIP (left to right)  Tanya, Jim, and scholarship recipient Evie Anderson; Knights president, Jun Pioquinto; recipient Claire Belatti with parents, Suzanne and Stephen; Fr. Ted Prentice.

NO MASSES JUNE 28 THROUGH JULY 1

NO MASSES OR ADORATION JUNE 28, 29, 30, AND JULY 1

Most of this week, the parking lot will be repaved or repaired and then it will be restriped, so the campus and office will be closed.

Mass will resume again on Saturday, July 2 with the 9am Latin Mass and the 4pm Vigil Mass.

CHURCH CAMPUS CLOSED JUNE 29 & 30 & July 1: NO MASSES, MEETINGS, OR OFFICE PERSONNEL.

THIS DATE MAY CHANGE. IF SO, WE WILL KEEP THIS SITE UPDATED. NOTE: We had previously erroneously printed July 29/30 when the actual date (unless it changes) will be JUNE 29/30.

June 29, 30, and July 1 the parking lot will have asphalt cracks filled, portions of it will be completely repaved, and the  lot re-striped. Masses are cancelled both days, the office will be closed, and all ministry meetings postponed.  No one will be able to access the parking lot. 

4TH OF JULY MASS WILL BE AT 9AM. THERE WILL BE NO 7AM MASS ON THE 4TH.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL (VBS) TO TAKE PLACE AUGUST 15-19

MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW

HERE'S HOW YOU CAN HELP OUR YOUTH GROUP

St. Joseph the Worker Youth Group needs your help with cans and bottles. When your blue bags are filled with rinsed and drained returnable cans and bottles, it would be very helpful if you could return them directly to a Bottle Drop location. Follow this link, or enter it in your search engine to find a location near you. www.bottledropcenters.com/

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POST A PRAYER ON THE GAPLINE

 Prayer Request:  Email to sjtw-gapline@hotmail.com to and request a prayer intention.You may also contact Liz Daily at gunndaily@yahoo.com

FIND A MASS WHEN ON THE ROAD

HERE IS A WEB SITE THAT WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH MASS TIMES IN CITIES ACROSS THE U.S.

Just follow this link:  https://catholicmasstime.org/