St. Stanislaus Catholic Church’s annual homecoming and bazaar next Sunday will be something very special. According to volunteer Gail Sowell, it’ll be the 10th in the event’s second half century.
Sowell tells Navasota News, there will be booths that aren’t just for kids, games and of course bar-bee-que following mass. There’s also going to be live auction lead by Tommy Szymczak and a silent auction with 14 prizes up for grabs.
And between the food and booths, she says, you can take a tour of the historic 1917 church and see the newly retouched ceiling mural with Bryan Marshal and the Texas Paradise Band filling the air with music well into the afternoon.
And all for a good cause, lately sowell continues, the walls of the almost century old church have been forming cracks, and funds raised would help in fixing that.
If you would like to donate anything sowell says, you need to hurry fast as the homecoming bazaar is set for 11 this Sunday morning (oct 12th) with mass starting at 9 located at 1511 hwy 90 in Anderson. Bar-bee-que plates range from $9-$6 and for more information call 936-873-2291.