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Lenten Outreach to Rosie’s Place

The Women of St. Mary’s, as part of their Lenten outreach, will be catering and serving lunch to the guests of Rosie’s Place on Tuesday, March 27. Rosie’s Place is a shelter for poor and homeless women where every guest matters. We will be serving a nutritious, healthy meal consisting of a chef’s salad topped with smoked turkey breast and low fat cheese, pita bread and fruit. Eight to ten volunteers are needed to help prepare and serve the meal. A sign-up sheet will be on the parish hall bulletin board. Monetary donations are gratefully accepted as well as any items for the food pantry which can be placed in the “Food for Rosie’s Place” bin (next to the bulletin board). For more information, please contact Jane Sabin at or 781-444-5246.

Schedule At Rosie’s Place 8:00a.m Doors open and vacant beds in the overnight shelter are filled by lottery. 8:15am Guests can sign up for showers, use of a computer, telephone, locker or laundry room. 8:30-11:30am – Food pantry is open. 9:15-11:30am – Volunteer doctors and nurses see guests in the wellness center. 9:15-11:00am – Morning ESL, GED, Literacy and computer classes are underway in the Women’s Education Center. 8:00- 4:00pm – A housing search specialist meets with guests to help find permanent affordable housing. 10:00-1:00am – A caseworker from the Dept of Mental Health meets with guests. 11:30am – Dining room opens for lunch. 1:00-4:00pm – Legal services lawyers counsel guests by appointment. 1:15-3:30pm – Afternoon classes in Women’s Education Center. 4:30pm – Dining opens for dinner. 4:30-6:30pm – Food pantry is open. 6:00-8:00pm – Evening classes in the Women’s Education Center. 9:00pm – Lights go out and guests in the overnight program are in, safe and sound.

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