Six honored by the Association of Catholic Schools

ROME- The community of Rome has a long history – over 150 years – of supporting Catholic education and has hosted many Catholic schools including: St. Aloysius Academy, Academy of the Holy Names, School of the Transfiguration, St. Mary’s School, St. Peter’s School, Rome Catholic High School and currently Rome Catholic School.

The Rome Catholic Schools Association will hold its fourth annual Hall of Fame induction at 6 p.m. on Friday, October 21 at Teugega Country Club, 6801 Golf Course Road, and will honor several individuals who have been influential and/or influenced by Catholic education in the community, according to the organizers of the event.

This year’s recipients are: Sister Nancy Gregg; Michael J. Hayduk; James A. Kenny; Dale E. Rashford; Charles E. Scheiderich; and Mary Carmel Wolf.

Tickets for the dinner and induction ceremony are available in advance for $40 at the following locations: Edible Arrangements, 815 Black River Blvd.; Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St.; the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce, 139 W. Dominick St.; or by contacting Marg Maurer at 315-337-9453.

Funds raised from this event will stay in Rome to improve and enrich Roman Catholic school programming, which benefits the community as a whole, organizers said.

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