Football Pool and Dinner
It’s that time of year again, Holy Trinity’s Monday Night Football Pool for dinner and drawings. So mark Sept. 10 on your calendar and join us for a fun evening starting at 5 pm, with dinner served from 6:15-8:15. Your $120 ticket allows four people for snacks, dinner, open bar and a double-header game on our big screen...plus one chance for the Grand Prize and five $100 drawings.
Grand Prize will be 4 tickets to the Packer-Seahawk game in Seattle on Thursday, Nov. 15, plus $2,000 for transportation, food and lodging expenses. This gives the winner and his/her guests total flexibility in how they choose to enjoy the game.
AND YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN.
Tickets are $120 and can be purchased by sending a check or money order, made out to Holy Trinity Church to:
P.O. Box 925
Anaconda, MT 59711
Questions? Call Gary at 560-2940 or Toni Sullivan at 865-0081.
12th Annual Wine Tasting and Wine Class
50 different bottles of wine will be available for your tasting pleasure at Holy Trinity’s 12th annual Wine Tasting on Thursday Oct. 11. Tickets are $45 and will be available at the door, but early purchase is encouraged by mailing a check to Toni Sullivan at 250 Ridgeview Drive, Dillon, MT 59725, or to Holy Trinity at 2100 Continental Drive, Butte 59701. Tickets will be mailed to you.
The three-hour event begins at 6 pm in the Parish Center (next to the Church) and includes great finger foods and tasty desserts as well. A silent auction of specialty wines is also included for those interested, as well as raffle tickets for two winners of 25 bottles of wine for $25 each. The two winners will be drawn on Nov. 18 at Coffee after Sunday’s Divine Liturgy.
A fun and instructive Wine Class will also be held at the Parish Center on Sunday Sept. 30 for $5 per person, payable at the door, if not ordered ahead of time by mail or phone call (Church = 723-7889, or Toni = 865-0081). Fr. Russell is a trained enologist from Fresno, CA, and presents all the ins and outs of tasting, buying and storing of wines. It will be four hours of fun comparison of flavors with foods and spices after some basic knowledge imparted to enhance your tasting experience. Even if you cannot attend the Tasting on Oct. 11 to try out your new-found knowledge, you are welcome to join us for an instructive afternoon.