St. George Greek OrthoDox Church

Piscataway, New Jersey

St. George Greek OrthoDox Church

Piscataway, New Jersey

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On November 6th , the PTO is hosting their annual bake sale. Please show your support by stopping by our table and purchasing boxes of pastries following the Divine Liturgy in the AHEPA Hall.  Volunteers are needed to bake and or donate your favorite dessert or pastry, help organize and pack on the day of the sale.  For more information or to volunteer, please contact the PTO at stgpto@optonline.net.  Thank you in advance for your continued support.

On November 13th, after Church services, at the AHEPA Hall, the Philoptochos will be putting together lunch bags for the needy. All are welcome to help.

Dear faithful, we have already parked hundreds of cars at five Rutgers home games. From these five games we have amassed a sizeable amount of resources which immediately go into our capital improvement budget. We have done this with very minimal help and support from our parishioners. We have two more games to go, one on Saturday, November 5th and the other on Saturday, November 19th. Both games are big and important, especially the one on the 19th. Our beloved St. George is asking for volunteers to come and help for both games. Let us do our part to help on both of these games. May God bless you and keep you healthy!!!

"Food For Thought" is a project of the Middlesex County Office of Culture and Heritage to document and celebrate the lives, traditions, and myriad rituals that tell the history of the people of New Jersey. By interviewing new immigrants and 1st/2nd generation Americans, the project captures original oral histories before these disappear from memory or yield to the pressures of contemporary society. Rooted in the commonality of food, the stories are a social history that tell the experience of assimilation into American society and preservation of traditions. You are invited to share your memories and recollections of arriving in America, growing, gathering, or shopping for food with parents or grandparents, stories of celebrations, holidays, festive banquets and cultural or religious traditions in which foods were an important component. We are also collecting recipes of "grandma’s" special treats and from immigrant groups that have added to the American palette. If you would like to share your family story please contact Arete Bouhlas-Tzovolos to set up an interview: 732.236.2108; abouhlas@yahoo.com.

 

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