Members of the Bishop’s Heritage Circle met recently at Anthony’s Restaurant.
Plattsburgh Several members of the Bishop’s Heritage Circle recently gathered for Mass at the Roman Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist and a luncheon at Anthony’s Restaurant.
The Bishop’s Heritage Circle was established back in 1995 by Bishop Paul S. Loverde and Clyde Lewis to assist in funding certain extraordinary needs of the Diocese which are not fully funded from other sources.
Members who were able to attend the luncheon included: James Murnane, standing left to right include: James Coughlin, Judge Robert Main, Joanne Dwyer, Betty Coughlin, Dr. Celine Paquette, Janet Murnane, Patrick Murnane, Bishop Terry LaValley, Christine Racine, Mark Barie and Diocese of Ogdensburg Development Executive Director Scott Lalone. The Heritage Circle currently has 29 members from 18 households.
Members since 1995 have generously contributed over $350,000 that has been the funding of special needs that Bishop Loverde, Bishop Barbarito, Bishop Cunningham and Bishop LaValley have deemed needing additional income.
For more information regarding the Bishop’s Heritage Circle, contact Scott Lalone at (315) 393-2920 firstname.lastname@example.org.