December 16, 2017

Don’t Miss Buckhead Night on Wednesday, September 18th! Details Inside…


Thanks to all our wonderful supporters of Buckhead night, we raised $2,253.35 last school year. Please mark your calendars for these upcoming dates.


  • Buckhead Mountain Grill donates 20% of your check to Holy Trinity School on the following dates
  • See the dates on this flyer and bring a copy of it with you to Buckhead. Tell everyone to come!
  • Carry out orders will count as well


  • September 18, 2013
  • October 16, 2013
  • November 20, 2013
  • December 18, 2013
  • January 15, 2014


Buckhead Mountain Grill – 35 Fairfield Avenue, Bellevue, KY  (859) 491-7333

Summer Opportunity: American Red Cross Leadership Development Center 2013 on July 18th-21st

ARCFrom the American Red Cross…. For the past 29 summers, more than 100 outstanding teens have gathered together for 4 days and 3 nights at the annual American Red Cross Leadership Development Center (LDC). LDC is designed to arm participants with the essential tools to become a leader within their schools, places of worship, their respective communities and (OF COURSE!) with the American Red Cross.

LDC is facilitated by a select team of well-trained and highly qualified teens who come from a diverse array of communities in the greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. Students attending LDC have the opportunity to participate in workshops and attend sessions that address a variety of topics concerning leadership, such as public speaking, encountering diversity, volunteerism, safety training and more.  There are also games, guest speakers, and activities; all structured to help youth recognize their leadership potential.  By participating in these shared experiences, bonds of friendship are formed that extend well beyond the four days of the camp experience.

If you are a youth, aged 13 – 16, will enter grades 8 – 11 in the Fall of 2013, and are ready to learn new things about yourself, about leadership and about how you can contribute to the mission of the American Red Cross, then we invite you to join us this summer for LDC 2013.

Spaces are limited and demand is high!  Apply today and begin your journey to leadership!
Hosted at: Xavier University
3800 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45207

Summer Opportunity: Art Academy of Cincinnati”s Camp Art Academy In June

>> Register


Summer Opportunity: NCC Football Camp On June19th-21st

Football squareNCC football camp available for 3rd – 8th grade students.

>> NCC Football Camp Flyer

>> NCC Football Camp Permission slip

Summer Opportunity: SongFestSummer Music Camp for Boys on August 5-9 at Xavier

ChoirBoys who will be in 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th grade in the fall of 2013 are invited to attend SongFest day camp at Xavier University.  The week will include rehearsals with guest conductor Mr. Fred Meads from the American Boychoir School, Dr. Christopher Eanes & Mrs. KellyAnn Nelson from the Cincinnati Boychoir, daily African Drumming classes with Mr. Baoku Moses, and Orff-based “Music in Motion” classes with Mr. Doug Bruestle.   Boys will also sing with returning “big brothers” from the Cincinnati Boychoir, eat lunch in a college cafeteria, have daily recreation and travel to Great American Ballpark to celebrate the Cincinnati Reds – and the Tour Choir singing the National Anthem!

>> Register Here

Summer Opportunity: NCC Hoops Camp

NCC LogoGirls’ Session
June 3-6
3rd – 8th graders (current year)

Boys’ Session
June 10-13
3rd – 8th graders (current year)

Visit for registration information or call 859-292-0001.

NCC Junior High Football Opportunity

NCC LogoNewport Central Catholic High School invites all boys entering the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade in the Fall of 2013 to play on its Junior High Football Team.  If interested Coach Jeff Brauley at or at 859-572-0203

Summer Opportunity: Astronomy, Aeronautics and other Science and Math Camps at NKU

NKU_CMYK_BSummer Astronomy, Aeronautics and other Science and Math Camps are offered at NKU through CINSAM.  For information and applications, go to

The Catholic Charities Summer “Family Values” Newsletter is Available!

catholic-charitiesClick Here to read Catholic Charities Summer “Family Values” Newsletter.

About Catholic Charities


To promote healing, restore hope and affirm human potential through services that empower, voices that speak for justice; and, partnerships that strengthen communities.

Values and Vision

We are an embodiment of Church called to the social mission of Jesus Christ. As Catholic and Christian, we respect the holiness of all creation, yet recognize the need for spiritual renewal in individuals and in society. Within the traditional call to social mission, our charism is to generate renewal as reconcilers who foster a healing bond among individuals, families, the community and God. We recognize the dignity and gifts of each person and accept the diversity of responses to God’s call to be fully human. We offer corporate witness to the importance of the creation of caring communities and a social order based on gospel values.

This vision summons us to live out the interdependent values of love and justice to lift oppression and heal the pain brought about by individual and social sin. We struggle to discern the causes of brokenness of individuals and families, of groups and of society itself. Our mutual responsibility is to uphold the dignity of each person through the work of reconciliation at all levels of society. We will be particularly sensitive to those who are poor, the least reconciled in our society, and especially those inadequately served by governmental agencies, in order to bring them to fuller participation in appropriate communities. Striving for partnership with local churches and caring organizations, our challenge is to extend the action of Christ to those in physical, emotional or spiritual need through service, advocacy and convening.

Don’t Miss The Ladies Spring Social on Saturday, March 9th at St. Therese

St Therese Mother’s Club is hosting our annual Ladies Spring Social on Saturday, March 9th from 6:30-10:30pm. The evening will include a delicious pasta buffet dinner, drinks, bingo, live music, fun photo booth, manicures and massage… and many raffles. First prize in the major raffle this year is $1000!! Other fantastic prizes include a KitchenAid Professional Series Mixer, Kindle Fire, Disney World passes, diamond earrings and more… Tickets are $20 each. All profits will be used to further the education of our children. Please contact Janet or Tracy for reservations.

Janet Venneman- / 630-5662
Tracy Egan- / 442-0267

Thanks so much,
Missy Lewis
St Therese Spring Social Chair