The community events listed below are for informational purposes only. Inclusion on this list does not equate to endorsement from Mother Seton School. We are happy to help advertise your event to our families, however, we cannot guarantee inclusion of all events. Please contact the front office if you would like us to consider your event for our community listing.
Daughters of Charity | Come & See | October 25-27, 2019
Single Catholic women ages 18-40 interested in a vocation as a Sister are invited to attend. The retreat will be held at the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg, MD. If interested, please contact: Sr. Regina Hlavac, DC, Vocation Director, 443-602-2511, email@example.com, or register at http://called2.be/CASENov18.
Sunday, October 27, 8:00 AM-12:30 PM • Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish Center, Thurmont
Menu includes: scrambled eggs, French Toast, Pancakes, Bacon, Sausage, Tater Tots, Fruit Cup, Toast, Coffee/Tea/Hot Chocolate, and Orange or Apple Juice
Ages 10+: $8; Ages 4-10: $4; Ages 3 and under: Free
More Community Breakfasts to follow! Dec 1, Jan 12, Feb 9
Frederick County Community Convening
Frederick County is embarking on a process to identify community needs and
recommendations for the well-being of children, youth, and families. Our “Community
Convening” will share data and information on how our county is helping youth and families be
successful in life. You will have an opportunity to help improve the well-being of your family,
your community, and yourself while working along side other community members. Please
come with suggestions and ideas about:
- THE STRENGTHS AND ASSETS OF OUR COMMUNITY
- CHALLENGES EXPERIENCED BY YOUTH AND FAMILIES
- BARRIERS TO IMPROVING SPECIFIC MEASURES OF FAMILY AND YOUTH SUCCESS
- HOW PARTNERS CAN WORK TOGETHER TO HELP YOUTH AND FAMILIES
- WHAT SERVICES AND SUPPORTS ARE NEEDED IN FREDERICK COUNTY
- GREAT IDEAS TO IMPROVE THINGS
PLEASE JOIN OUR MEETING ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14, 12:30PM TO 3:00PM:
226 LINCOLN AVE
EMMITSBURG, MD 21727
(Behind Mother Seton School)
RSVP to Sister Martha at 301.447.6102
Fort Ritchie Community Center Youth Professional Skills Development Program
In partnership with the Maryland Agricultural Education and Rural Development Assistance Fund (MAERDAF), the Fort Ritchie Community Center is hosting a job skills training program to reinforce professional skills critical to succeeding in the workforce.
- Enthusiasm and Attitude
- Problem solving/Critical thinking
- and More
This program is FREE to Frederick and Washington County residents aged 12-17. For more information, contact Connor Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.