Local Knights Honor Unknown Soldier; Queen and Mom; St. Andrew Avellino Catholic Academy art Exhibit;
Molloy’s First Fashion Show; Teens Serve Lenten Soup To Save Babies
An annual event that dates back to 1974, Catholic Schools Week is a time when Catholic schools across the country hold a variety of community-building activities that range from Masses, open houses and musical and talent showcases to “buddy days” where upper grades mentor younger students in their schools.
Junior Girl Scouts from St. Andrew Avellino’s Cadette Troop 4300 display socks and underwear they collected for veterans at St. Alban’s VA Living Center.
The menu was “Soup to Soup” at St. Andrew Avellino Catholic Academy in Flushing recently as Confirmation candidates hosted the parish’s annual Lenten meal.
Not many people knew that the McGoldrick Queens Library in Flushing had been named in honor of a former pastor of St. Andrew Avellino parish.
St. Andrew Avellino Academy, Flushing, in conjunction with the St. Vincent de Paul Society, conducted their 16th turkey distribution.
The Catholic School Administration Association (CSAA) has announced that Debora Hanna, principal at St. Andrew Avellino Catholic Academy, Flushing, will receive its prestigious Lighting the Fire for Catholic Education award on Sunday, Dec. 3, at a dinner at The Marriott in Albany.
St. Andrew Avellino Catholic Academy’s mission is dedicated to living the principles of the Catholic tradition rooted in the Gospel of Jesus, which allows students to learn to serve God and others, develop their unique talents and skills and strive for academic excellence.
The Catholic Youth Organization of Brooklyn and Queens closed out its sports year by crowning diocesan champions in baseball, softball and soccer.