St. Joseph’s Parish Breaks Ground

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St. Joseph’s Parish Breaks Ground

St. Joseph’s Parish Breaks GroundOn Sunday, April 12, 2015 St. Joseph Parish parishioners brought shovels to the ground to symbolize the beginning of construction for the new family center and gymnasium. The construction of this 14,000-square-foot building will begin next month under the management of Panzica Construction Company.

Since 1995, St. Joseph parishioners have doubled to 6,000 members. In 2000 a new church was built and to accommodate the growing parish, the fundraising campaign for the $2.1 million family center and gymnasium began in 2011. Among the activities at the center will be meals, plays, worship activities, basketball and volleyball games.

Terry Scott (Project Superintendent – PCC), Rev. Ron Wearsch (St. Joseph Catholic Parish), Mark Panzica (Executive VP, PCC) at the groundbreaking, Sunday April 12.

Read the full article from the Chronicle here: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2015/04/13/st-josephs-parish-breaks-ground-new-center/