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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Friday Shoot Out- What kind of work you do.

Friday Shoot Out


 I am a retired RN and an associate of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Kentucky.

Part of our commitment as associates is to help out in a volunteer position somewhere with the sisters or within one of the missions of the sisters.
The Visitor's Center is part of the Office Of Congregational Advancement.

This office is responsible for generating the moneys needed for the work of the congregation.

I have been working in the Gift Shop that was located at Nazareth for several years which is now the Visitor's Center.

The Campus is included in a town tour map of our town.

My job is that of Hostess which I do every Friday from 1PM to 4PM.
I love doing it.
Meeting people from all over and getting to talk about the work of the sisters
which is very dear to my heart.


Visitors are shown a 10 minute film of the different missions and work of the sisters in US, India, Belize, Napal and Botswana



Items for sale in the Visitor's Center.


Books written and published by the sisters.



Four Seasons of the Campus on note cards.



Woodcut silhouette of the Motherhouse and St. Vincent's Church in celebration of the 200th celebration of their founding.


Thousands of boxes of homemade candy are sold by the Visitor's Center each year.
The sisters have been making this candy for many years.
It is absolutely scrumptious.







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9 comments:

Rudee said...

I love that you find this work so meaningful. The Sisters do good work. Thank you for supporting them.

The French Bear said...

Hello Sweet Lady! I am still recovering from my fall last January, yeesh! Had surgery today to take out one pin, hope the rest stay put! I am finally back to blogging, I love what you do and the candy looks delicious!
Hugs,
Margaret B
xx

Ann said...

My take is about nurses, volunteers and writing.

How's the weather? Still warm?

Mimi said...

HI QUEEN!!!
You are a SAINT indeed!!I love nurses and also church volunteers!!!Good for you!!!
I am a stay at home wife/mom/ and Mimi...but did start a Photography business several years ago.....I will have to look at some of the other posts by others!!!
The church you volunteer at is Beautiful!!!
hugs,
jamie--mimi

Jama said...

The visitor center is so neat and tidy, and so cozy!

Vee said...

A very pleasant place to work...oh those homemade turtles look delicious.

GingerV said...

this work seem to suit you and how I see you though we've never met... I think this is a great post, and the chocolate candies look wonderful.

~JarieLyn~ said...

What a wonderful and meaningful work you do. It sounds like it fulfills you very much. the candy looks delicious too.

Pauline said...

Like Ginger, I perceive you as perfectly suited for this work. I imagine you as a gracious, elegant hostess in a lovely environment. Imagining you in that role gives me the warm fuzzies.