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St. Casimir's Parish 

Polish National Catholic Church

268 Lakeview Avenue - Lowell, Massachusetts 01850 USA

Our volunteers were busy decorating the church with beautiful poinsettias, creches, and swags. Special thanks to JoAnn Menzia, Beverly Runowicz, Paula Jones, Deb Charette, Phyllis Hunt, Robert Hunt and David Jones for all of their work making St. Casimir's look so festive.

"Souper Bowl" of Caring

Our ANS organization spearheaded a food collection drive to help our community's Central Food Ministry, located on 370 West 6th St. in Lowell. We collected canned soups, vegetables, pastas, cereals and other nonperishable food items. Many thanks to our generous parishioners who made this project a great success!

Warm Clothing Drive

During the moths of October and November the ANS society of St. Casimir's is sponsoring a collection of warm children's clothing. Items such as sweatshirts, sweatpants, jackets, hats and mittens of all sizes are needed by our community.

PAV Donation

Our parish was honored with a gift from the Polish American Veterans of Lowell. Father Tenus read a letter thanking St. Casimir's for our continuing support of the organization, such as use of the parish hall for events, use of the kitchen for food preparation, and the Masses said for our veterans.

Irene Jaracz of the Ladies Auxillary of the Lowell PAV, presented a generous check to St. Casimir's on behalf of the orgnaization. Mrs. Jaracz is also the widow of Robert Jaracz, a dedicated PAV member who helped organize the club’s annual Sun Santa party to help local families in need enjoy Christmas.

We are so very grateful to Irene and the Polish American Veterans of Lowell and their dedication to helping the community. She is shown here with co-chairs of the parish, Robert Hunt and Dr. Robert Quirbach, and father Tenus.

All We Need is Love

ANS members Deb Charette, Janice Klimczak, Beverly Runowicz, Paula Jones with President JoAnn Menzia and Father Tenus.

Lowell Folk Festival 2022

Getting Ready for Christmas!

Lowell Polish Cultural Committee members Pauline Golec, Mania Matyka, and Carol Matyka join St. Casimir's members Phyllis Hunt, JoAnn Menzia, Johanna Ford Hunt, and Emma Ford-Hunt for a march through downtown Lowell to kick off the annual Folk Festival. The march, which includes groups representing various countries throughout the world, began at City Hall and ended at Boarding House park. Holding the Polish flag is Bob Hunt and Dan Ford-Hunt.

In January 2022, parishioners Shirley Garvey and Deb Charette delivered items collected by the parish to the Lowell Transitional Living Center. The LTLC provides housing, meals, and connections to community-based resources and support. Basic needs, such as socks, hats and personal care products are items needed at LTLC. Shirley and Deb delivered about 300 pairs of socks, and about 50 toothbrushes and tubes of toothpaste to the donation coordinator of the LTLC. Great job!