The benefit banquet for the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT) was sold out at Our Lady of Corpus Christi Campus on June 7. Ireland’s own Dana Scallon was the headline attraction.
St. Philip’s ACTS members served an elegant dinner of prime rib and stuffed flounder prepared by “Chef Miguel.”
In spite of the threatening clouds and showers during the morning, the Dome Fest at the OLCC campus held the following day was a success. Dana and live bands played music throughout the day.
The children enjoyed free rides on a fire truck, a rock wall, carousel, super huge slide and games. A variety of vendors showed their wares from tupperware, to hair bows, to organo coffee.
Cafe Veritas served hamburgers and hot dogs and the traditional festival fare such as funnel cakes, nachos and snow cones were sold as well.
“So many are still commenting about how much fun they had at both events. I think that means a ‘yes’ for 2014,” Mona Lisa Biberstein said, one of the organizers.