Friday, September 14, 2012
St. Joan of Arc will play their first game under the lights at Charger Field this weekend.
The St Joan of Arc Athletic Club will be hosting their first Alumni Night at Charger Field. The soccer team will take to the field tonight, and it will be football's turn Saturday night. Portable lights have been rented for the weekend for the first night games to be played at St. Joan of Arc. In addition to the games, there will food, t-shirts and raffles throughout the weekend according to organizers. The schedule for games this weekend include: Friday soccer Saturday football
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Art lover? Classic car owner? Looking a family-friendly fair? Events are planned throughout St. Clair Shores for everyone.
From car shows to skating competitions, a full slate of events are planned this weekend in St. Clair Shores. The events scheduled include:
Thursday, August 9, 2012
The St. Joan of Arc Chargers are preparing for the 2012 season.
The St. Joan of Arc Chargers have returned to football field after a successful 2011 season. Last seaon, St. Joan finished the season with a 14-0 win over Garden City St. Raphael 14-0 in an exhibition game for the Prep Bowl at Ford Field.
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
St. Joan of Arc school students ran, walked and jogged Tuesday morning for the annual Fr. Mike Mission Marathon.
The St. Joan of Arc community gathered Tuesday for the 14th Fr. Mike Mission Marathon. The event is named for former St. Joan of Arc priest Fr. Mike Byrnes, now Bishop Byrnes, who is an avid runner. Students ran laps around the surrounding neighborhoods, raising money for charity, and parents provided water and support for participants. Funds raised from the run will be donated to:
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Bob Bashara, whom police have called a 'person of interest' in his wife's death, was asked to leave the St. Joan of Arc fair, according to The Macomb Daily.
Bob Bashara, whom Grosse Pointe Park police have called a “person of interest” in the death of his wife Jane Bashara, continues to make headlines. Bob Bashara was asked to leave the St. Joan of Arc festival after trying to volunteer there this weekend, according to a report in The Macomb Daily. On Monday, Bashara issued an apology to his ex-lover through his new attorney Christina Utley, according to the Detroit Free Press. Utley, who is working with attorney David Griem, said that Bashara “wants to apologize” to Rachel Gillett, who told WDIV-TV that she thought Bashara was divorced from his wife.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
The St. Joan of Arc Spring Festival is selling unlimited ride bracelets for Friday, the first day of the event.
Ride bracelets are currently being sold at St. Joan of Arc for the first day of the annual spring festival. The bracelets are being sold for $20 in advance, and $25 Friday, for use between noon and 6 p.m. Friday. Bracelets will be sold in the church gathering space in the church between 6 - 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night. They will also be available in the parish center through Thursday. Advance sales of the bracelet are available for cash only.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
St. Joan of Arc will host an open house tonight, and the three districts in St. Clair Shores will be hosting open houses and kindergarten round ups in the coming weeks for prospective students.
Schools across St. Clair Shores will be opening their doors in the coming weeks to showcase their classrooms, faculty and offerings to prospective students. St. Joan of Arc Catholic School will hold its annual Open House and Learning Fair celebration for preschool through 8th grade students from 6-8:30 p.m. tonight. “St. Joan offers students and parents a well-rounded education in a spiritual setting,” said Principal Donald Ancypa, in a release. “We are proud of their accomplishments and believe we give them the tools they need to become significant contributors to society.” Among the events planned for the evening: St. Joan will also hold a kindergarten roundup at 8:30 a.m., or 6:30 p.m., Feb. 9. Lake Shore Public Schools will be …
Sunday, December 25, 2011
One Grosse Pointe family makes charity a holiday tradition and learns how good giving is for the heart. The food drive involves the entire family, brothers and sisters along with all of their children. It benefits St. Joan of Arc and St. Vincent de Paul.
While most of us were shopping, picking out the Christmas tree, decorating the house, attending holiday parties, that sort of seasonal thing, three generations of one Grosse Pointe family spent weekend time fanning out to more than 1,000 homes in Grosse Pointe Shores, asking for food for families in need. This large, close-knit family which has combined their numbers with charity was also doing the usual holiday things and at the same time organizing a food drive for people who are thinking more about their next meal than what will be under the tree. They were strangers asking strangers in a note stapled to a grocery bag to take that bag and fill it with whatever they could from their pantry and then leave it to be picked up. They hit 1,…
Thursday, December 1, 2011
St. Joan of Arc and St. Lucy, along with St. Isaac Jogues and St. Angela in Roseville, could be merged within five years under the plan released late Wednesday night.
Changes could be coming to three Catholic parishes in St. Clair Shores in recommendations presented to Archbishop Allen Vigneron and released late Wednesday night. The recommendations from the Archdiocesan Pastoral Council will be reviewed by the archbishop, who is expected to release an archdiocesan-wide pastoral plan in Feb. 2012, according to spokesman Joe Kohn. "Please keep these efforts in your prayers as we do all that we can to become more effective Eucharistic communities," Msgr. G. Michael Bugarin wrote in an email to St. Joan of Arc parishioners late Wednesday night. Among the recommendations in the report for parishes in St. Clair Shores:
Friday, November 18, 2011
Nearly 800 grandparents, and significant seniors, spent Friday morning with their student hosts at St. Joan of Arc for a special mass and tour of the school.