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Saint Mary’s School Athletics Program To Benefit from Pancake Fundraising Breakfast on January 29
Saint Mary’s School Athletics Program To Benefit from Pancake Fundraising Breakfast on January 29

SPRING LAKE, Mich. – The student athletes and athletic program at Saint Mary’s School in Spring Lake will benefit from a Pancake Breakfast to be held on Sunday, January 29 at 10 a.m. and noon, at Saint Mary’s Church, located at 406 east Savidge Street in Spring Lake.  The general public is invited to attend.

All fifth-through-eighth grade students that play or cheer for the Saint Mary’s “Cyclones” basketball teams will work the breakfast and serve attendees to help put on the event.

Anyone interested in attending or those who have questions about the event should contact Saint Mary’s School at:  616/842-1282 for further information.

Saint Mary’s Parish School in its current location was opened in 1954 with 150 students enrolled in grades three through eight.  In 1955, grades one and two were added.  Enrollment increased every year up to 1965-66 when 330 students were enrolled.  Since the mid-1970s enrollment has remained steady around 200 students.

Saint Mary’s Catholic Church has served the community for 140 years.  In April 2006, the new 22,000 square foot Parish Center was completed and dedicated by Bishop Walter Hurley during a special ribbon cutting ceremony.  The mission of Saint Mary’s Parish reads:  Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the Catholic Christian Community of Saint Mary dedicate ourselves to living the Good News of Jesus Christ, primarily through worship, education, love and service to all.