CONSTRUCTION HAS STARTED!
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a tax-deductible donation to help build the new Mother
TICKETS SOLD!!! THANK YOU!
Raffle! 2013 Fiat 500!
Tickets are $50 each - Limit of 1000 tickets Sold.
Car Raffle Drawing was held on October 27th, 2012
at the Italian Center.
The winner of the Fiat 500 was one
of our OLOG parents.... Kelly Scorza from Monroe,
She had the winning ticket # 0787.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this
Years of Service! In
1948, nine Sisters of the congregation of the Little
Workers of the Sacred Hearts left Calabria, Italy
to expand their educational activities and settled
in Stamford. With great sacrifice and perseverance,
the Sisters purchased property on Gleenbrook Road,
self-funded the construction and opened Our Lady of
Grace Pre-School aand Kindergarten in 1962.
facillity has provided a much-needed service to the
to its mission to serve others in need, Our Lady
of Grace is a non-profit facility, focused on the
educational and developmental needs of the children
of working parents. It is the first school in lower
Fairfield County to offer a full-day program with
tuition rates well below the local market.
Admission is available to all children regardless
of race, color, creed and ethnicity. The school
enjoys a rich diversity of students.
the past 50 years, over 5,000 children have been
educated in a loving and nurturing environment.
In fact, current enrollment includes the children,
grandchildren and great grandchildren of former
students, demonstrating the loyalty and legacy this
institution has generated.
While the school receives no Diocesan funding of
any kind, Our Lady of Grace is a 501C(33) institution
under thhe US Conference of Catholic Bishops. Therefore,
all donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent
permitted by law.
On October 27, 2012, Our Lady of Grace School will
host a Dinner Dance and Car Raffle at the Italian
Center in Stamford in celebration of its golden
jubilee and its 50 years of commitment and faithful
service to children.
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