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Christmas Novena Posada

LITTLE DISCIPLE LEARNING CENTER 914-428-4727 Rev. Robert J. Morris Pastor & Director of Rel. Ed. Verónica Melendez Rectory Office Manager Jennifer Frias Director The Little Disciple Learning Center Maria Mendez Coordinator of Religious Education Parish Trustees: Elizardi Castro Millie Castro

SUNDAY MASSES / MISAS DEL DOMINGO Saturday/Sábado 5:30 pm Sunday/Domingo 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm (Spanish/Español), Confessions Saturday 4:00-5:00 pm

On Sunday, December 15th, The Devoonal Groups at the Church of Saint Bernard along with the Cursillistas Group began our “Devo onal Group Christmas Novena”. It is a combina on of different tradi ons celebrated during the 9 days before Christmas in the countries where our parish devo ons originated. One of the common element of the posada is the Manger Scene, which is the main focus of the celebra on. Join us today at 7:30 pm in Chapel Hall to con nue the celebra on.

El domingo, 15 de diciembre, los Grupos Devocionales de la Iglesia de San Bernardo, junto con los cursillistas, comenzaron nuestra Novena de Navidad de los Grupos Devocionales. Se trata de una combinación de diferentes tradiciones que se celebran durante los 9 días antes de Navidad, en los países donde se originaron nuestras devociones parroquiales. Uno de los elementos comunes de la posada es la escena del pesebre, que es el foco principal de la celebración. Únase a nosotros hoy a las 7:30 pm en el Chapel Hall, para con nuar la celebración.

Christmas Posada / Posada

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Religious Educa on Christmas Party

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Religious Educa on

Mary Mother of God Mass

The Religious Educa on Program will be on Christmas Break beginning on Wednesday, December 25th. Classes will resume on Thursday, January 2nd.

This year the Solemnity of Mary The Mother of God is Wednesday, January 1, 2014. There will be a 5:30 pm Vigil Mass, 10:30 am & 12:00 pm Mass. Following the 12:00pm Spanish Mass there will be a procession to Chapel Hall in honor of the Virgin of the Cloud that will include a light recep on.

Junior High School Youth Group The Church of St. Bernard is forming a Junior High School Youth Group for students in 7th and 8th grades. The kick -off mee ng will be on Friday, December 27th at 7:00 pm in the Recrea on Room, to discuss the plans for the group. All 7th and 8th grade students are welcome to join us. Fr. Morris will be direc ng the group with the assistance of Gloria Enciso. Any parents who are interested in helping with the coordina on of this new parish group are welcome to a end the mee ng or speak to Fr. Morris 3

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Blessing of Toys There will be a Blessing of Toys at the 9:00 a.m. Children’s Liturgy on Sunday, January 5th, the Feast of the Epiphany (the Feast of the Three Kings). The children are invited to bring one of their Christmas presents - a small toy, game, book or stuffed animal to be blessed that day.

St. Bernard’s Capital Campaign Update So far over $527,108 has been pledged to the St. Bernard’s Capital Campaign from 253 families with an average pledge of $2,000.22. We have received $148,077 in payments. We hope to raise an addi onal $33,000 to cover the total cost of the renova on which is $560,000. Thank you so much to all parishioners who have made a pledge. If you have not already had a chance to return your pledge card please do so as soon as possible. Please consider a sacrificial pledge to the St. Bernard’s Capital Campaign to make all needed repairs. Pledge cards can be picked up at the back of the Church or at the Rectory.

Bereavement Facilitator Training Upcoming Parish Mee ngs ♦

Divine Mercy mee ng today, Sunday, December 22nd at 1:00 pm in the Guadalupe Room. ♦ Senor de los Milagros mee ng today, Sunday, December 22nd at 1:00 pm in the Community Room. ♦ Ladies of Charity mee ng on Tuesday, January 7th at 9:30 am in Chapel Hall. ♦ Our Lady of Guadalupe mee ng on Tuesday, January 7th at 8:00 pm in the Guadalupe Room.

The Family Life + Respect Life Office will be offering Bereavement Facilitator training for anyone interested. Training dates are January 8th and 9th from 7:00 pm— 9:00 pm at 1011 First Avenue, NY Room 921. To register and for more informa on call 646-974-3187 or via e-mail virginia.corbe @archny.org. Please speak with Fr. Morris if you are interested in leading a bereavement group here at St. Bernard’s. Page 4

Educación Religiosa

Misa de María la Madre de Dios

El Programa de Educación Religiosa estará en vacaciones de Navidad empezando el miercoles, 25 de diciembre. Las clases comenzaran el jueves, 2 de enero.

Este año, el 1ro de enero del 2014, se celebra la Solemnidad de María, Madre de Dios. Habrá misa de vigilia a las 5:30 pm, 10:30 am y 12:00 pm. Después de la misa hispana se hará una procesión hacia el Chapel Hall en honor a la Virgen de la Nube la cual incluirá refrigerios.

Reunión de la Escuela Intermedia La iglesia de San Bernardo está formando un grupo de la escuela intermedia para los estudiantes en los grados sép mo y octavo. Nuestra primera reunión será el viernes 27 de diciembre a las 7:00 pm en la sala de recreo, para discu r los planes para el grupo. Todos los estudiantes de sép mo y octavo grado están invitados a unirse a nosotros. Fr. Morris dirigirá el grupo con la asistencia de Gloria Enciso. Los padres que estén interesados en ayudar con el Grupo Juvenil de la Escuela Intermedia, están invitados a asis r a la reunión.

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Bendición de los Juguetes Habrá una Bendición de los juguetes en la misa de los niños el domingo 5 de enero a las 9:00am , la fiesta de la Epifanía (fiesta de los Tres Reyes Magos). Los niños pueden traer uno de sus regalos de Navidad– un juguete pequeño, un juego, un libro, o un peluche, a ser bendecido ese día.

Próximas Reuniones ♦

Reunión la Divina Misericordia hoy, domingo, 22 de diciembre a la 1:00 pm en el Salón de Guadalupe. ♦ Reunión del Señor de los Milagros hoy, domingo, 22 de diciembre a la 1:00 pm en el Salón de la Comunidad. ♦ Reunión de las Damas de Caridad el martes, 7 de enero a las 9:30 am en Chapel Hall. ♦ Reunión de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe el martes, 7 de enero a las 8:00 pm en el Salón de Guadalupe.

Ul mas no cias sobre la Campaña Capital de San Bernardo Hasta la fecha hemos recaudado más de 527,058 dólares en promesas para la Campaña Capital de San Bernardo de parte de 253 familias, con un promedio de promesas de $ 2,000.22. Hemos recibido $148.077 dólares en pagos. Esperamos recaudar otros $33,000 para completar el costo total de la renovación que es de $560,000. Muchas gracias a todos los feligreses que han hecho una promesa. Si usted no ha tenido la oportunidad de regresar su tarjeta de compromiso, por favor hágalo lo antes posible. Por favor considere hacer un dona vo a la Campaña Capital de San Bernardo para poder hacer todas las reparaciones necesarias. Las tarjetas de promesas pueden ser recogidas en la parte de atrás de la Iglesia o en la rectoría.

Formación de Facilitadores de Duelo La Oficina de Respeto a la vida y Vida Familiar está ofreciendo un curso de formación para lidiar con la perdida de un ser querido, a todo aquel que esté interesado. Las fechas de los cursos de formación son el 8 y el 9 de enero de 7:00pm – 9:00pm en el 1011 First Avenue, NY, habitación 921. Para registrarse y obtener más información, llame al 646-974-3187 o a través de e-mail virginia.corbe @archny.org . Por favor hable con el Padre Morris, si usted está interesado en dirigir un grupo de duelo en San Bernardo. Page 5

Parish Schedule - Horario de la Parrroquia Sunday, December 22, 2013 Fourth Sunday of Advent 8:00am Spanish RCIA - Guadalupe Room 9:00am Family Mass 10:10am Religious Education Class 10:15am Spanish Bible Study-Guadalupe Rm. 10:30am English Mass 10:30am Cursillistas Meeting - Chapel Hall 12:00pm Spanish Mass 7:30pm Christmas Novena-Chapel Hall Monday, December 23, 2013 9:00am Communion Service-Chapel Hall 7:30pm Christmas Novena-Chapel Hall Tuesday, December 24, 2013 Christmas Eve 4:00pm English Mass - Main Church 4:00pm Christmas Pageant Practice 5:30pm Family Mass w/ Pageant - Main Church 6:30pm No Bernies Basketball 7:30pm No English Bible Study - Fatima Room 7:30pm Spanish Midnight Mass– Main Church 8:00pm AA Meeting - Chapel Hall Wednesday, December 25, 2013 The Nativity of the Lord/Christmas 9:00am Family Mass-Main Church 10:30am English Mass - Main Church 12:00pm Spanish Mass-Main Church 4:00pm No Religious Education Class 4:00pm No Spanish Bible Meditation - Guad. Rm. 5:30pm No Youth Choir Practice - Music Room 6:30pm No Religious Education Class 6:30pm No Spanish Bible Meditation - Guad. Rm. 7:30pm No Adult Choir Practice 8:00pm No English RCIA - Fatima Room Thursday, December 26, 2013 St. Stephen, The First Martyr-Feast 9:00am Mass-Chapel Hall 7:00pm No Religious Education Class 7:00pm No Youth Group Meeting 7:00pm No Spanish Bible Meditation –Guad. Rm 7:00pm Virgen de la Nube Novena Friday, December 27, 2013 St. John Apostle & Evangelist - Feast 9:00am Mass-Chapel Hall 6:30pm English Classes-2nd Fl. Classroom 7:00pm Virgen de la Nube Novena 7:30pm Junior High School Youth Group Mtg. Saturday, December 28, 2013 The Holy Innocents, Martyrs - Feast 10:30am Youth Choir Practice - Music Room 4:00pm Confessions 5:30pm Sunday Vigil Mass 7:00pm Virgen de la Nube Novena

Sunday, December 29, 2013 The Holy Family of Jesus Mary & Joseph-Feast 8:00am No Spanish RCIA 9:00am Family Mass 10:10am No Religious Education Class 10:15am No Spanish Bible Study– Guadalupe Room 10:30am English Mass 10:30am Cursillistas Meeting-Chapel Hall 12:00pm Spanish Mass 1:00pm Divine Mercy Meeting-Guadalupe Room 1:00pm Senor de los Milagros Meeting-Comm.Rm. 7:00pm Virgen de la Nube Novena Monday, December 30, 2013 9:00am Mass – Chapel Hall 7:00pm Virgen de la Nube Novena Tuesday, December 31, 2013 St. Sylvester I, Pope-Mermorial 9:00am Communion Service-Chapel hall 5:30pm Mother of God Vigil Mass-Main Church 6:30pm No Bernies Basketball - Gym 7:30pm No English Bible Study– Fatima Room 8:00pm AA Meeting - Chapel Hall 8:00pm Virgin of the Cloud Homage Wednesday, January 1, 2013 Solemnity of Mary, Holy Mother of God New Year 10:30am English Mass-Main Church 12:00pm Spanish Mass/Virgin of the Cloud Mass 4:00pm No Religious Education Class 4:00pm No Spanish Bible Meditation 5:30pm No Youth Choir Practice - Music Room 6:30pm No Religious Education Class 6:30pm No Spanish Bible Meditation 7:30pm No Adult Choir Practice 8:00pm No English RCIA– Fatima Room Thursday, January 2, 2013 St. Basil the Great & Gregory Nazianzen, Bishop & Doctors of the Church-Memorial 9:00am Mass –Chapel Hall 7:00pm Religious Education Class 7:00pm Youth Group Meeting 7:00pm Spanish Bible Meditation-Guad. Rm. Friday, January 3, 2013 The Most Holy Name of Jesus 9:00am Mass –Chapel Hall 6:30pm English Classes - 2nd Fl. Classrooms 7:00pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament Saturday, December 14, 2013 ST. Elizabeth Annseton, Religious-Memorial 10:30am Youth Choir Practice - Music Room 4:00pm Confessions 5:30pm Sunday Vigil Mass

Sunday, January 5, 2013 Epiphany of the Lord - Solemnity 8:00am Spanish RCIA - Guadalupe Room 9:00am Family Mass/Blessing of Toys 10:10am Religious Education Class 10:15am Spanish Bible Study 10:30am English Mass 10:30am Cursillistas Meeting - Chapel Hall 12:00pm Spanish Mass Monday, January 6, 2013 St. Andre Bessette, Religious-Memorial 9:00am Communion Service– Chapel Hall Tuesday, January 7, 2013 St. Raymond of Penyafort, PriestMemorial 9:00am Communion Service –Chapel Hall 9:30am Ladies of Charity Meeting-Chapel Hall 7:30pm English Bible Study– Fatima Room 8:00pm AA Meeting Chapel Hall 8:00pm Our Lady of Guadalupe Meeting Wednesday, December 18, 2013 9:00am Mass– Chapel Hall 4:00pm Religious Education Class 4:00pm Spanish Bible Meditation –Guad. Rm 5:30pm Youth Choir Practice - Music Room 6:30pm Religious Education Class 6:30pm Spanish Bible Meditation –Guad. Rm 7:30pm Adult Choir Rehearsal-Music Room 8:00pm English RCIA-Fatima Room 8:00pm Virgin of Caacupe Meeting– Comm.Rm. Thursday, January 9, 2013 9:00am Mass—Chapel Hall 7:00pm Religious Education Class 7:00pm Youth Group Meeting 7:00pm Spanish Bible Meditation Friday, January 10, 2013 9:00am Mass– Chapel Hall 6:30pm English Classes-2nd Fl. Classroom Saturday, January 11, 2013 10:30am Youth Choir Practice - Music Room 4:00pm Confessions 5:30pm Sunday Vigil Mass

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Invest just five minutes a day, and your faith will deepen and grow—a day at a time. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2013 FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT A story worth retelling “Tell me again about the day I was born,” a child asks a parent. Each year as birthdays roll around, children hear the family lore about their welcome into the world, and well they should. Our entrance into and exit out of earthly life deserve fanfare. We are, after all, the children of God, created out of love, saved by love, and called to live in the spirit of that love throughout our lives. There is no greater story than that. Pass it along. TODAY’S READINGS: Isaiah 7:10-14; Romans 1:1-7; Matthew 1:18-24

(10). “This is how the birth of Jesus Christ came about.”

MONDAY, DECEMBER 23 MEMORIAL OF JOHN OF KANTY, PRIEST Failure doesn’t have to be a deal-breaker What happens when you’re a good person and try your hardest—but things still don’t work out? Ask Saint John Cantius (1390-1473), also known as John of Kanty. A devout person, humble, generous, and a good teacher, his students and later his parishioners admired him. Faculty politics, however, forced him out of his university position, and he didn’t do very well at his next job as a parish priest. Yet while he was still alive, people considered him a saint. At times your best efforts may not meet with the outward signs of success, but in the eyes of God and people of good will they are always worth it. TODAY’S READINGS: Malachi 3:1-4, 23-24; Luke 1:57-66 (199). “I am

sending my messenger to prepare the way before me.”

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24 ADVENT WEEKDAY May all in Syria be at peace Need a great trivia question? Ask where the remains of Zechariah, the father of John the Baptist, are said to be buried. Give up? How about in a mosque in Aleppo, Syria? Considering the site goes back to the Christian era of Roman rule in Syria, it could well be the case. Sadly, this World Heritage Site is under threat from the unending violence of the Syrian civil war. A minaret at the mosque built in 1090 was destroyed during fighting in April 2013. Pray for peace in Syria—for the sake of the living and the dead. TODAY’S READINGS: Morning: 2 Samuel 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Luke

1:67-79 (200). “Zechariah . . . prophesied, saying: ‘Blessed be the Lord, the God of Israel; for he has come to his people and set them free.’ ”

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25 SOLEMNITY OF THE NATIVITY OF THE LORD Take a chance on God Whether you have the basic Nativity set—the Holy Family and maybe an angel—or the full cast of magi, animals, and the rest, the Christmas crèche, in your home or at church, testifies to the story of the wondrous birth of Jesus but also to something just as amazing: God becoming human in the first place. In a real way God took a huge risk in creating the world and giving it freedom—even to turn away from God. God took another risk by giving creation God’s only child whom people could accept or reject. Yet the Creator had faith in humanity. The least we can do is return that trust. TODAY’S READINGS: Day: Isaiah 52:7-10; Hebrews 1:1-6; John 1:1-18

or 1:1-5, 9-14 (16). “To those who did accept him he gave power to become children of God.”

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26 FEAST OF STEPHEN, THE FIRST MARTYR There’s got to be a morning after It’s a bit sobering that the day after Christmas we commemorate the first Christian martyr, Saint Stephen. The church offers a quick wake-up call from the reverie of celebrating the birth of the Savior. Stephen’s story reminds us of the destiny that awaits the newborn prince of peace—accused falsely, unjustly condemned, dying with his heart focused on God and a prayer of forgiveness for his accusers on his lips. Yet we still rejoice in the Christmas season because we know that God’s saving grace is more powerful than human evil. TODAY’S READINGS: Acts of the Apostles 6:8-10; 7:54-59; Matthew

10:17-22 (696). “Beware of men, for they will hand you over to courts and scourge you.”

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27 FEAST OF JOHN, APOSTLE, EVANGELIST Leaders in more ways than one One of Jesus’ first disciples, the Apostle John formed with his brother James and Saint Peter the “inner circle” of apostles: the people Christ had with him at many important moments. These three also acted like “typical” apostles in other ways, too. They asked some dumb questions, fell asleep on Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane, and wanted him to put down their enemies while raising them to the highest positions of status. Apostles like John serve as examples because of both their greatness and their very human limitations. Can you let God transform your weaknesses into strengths? TODAY’S READINGS: 1 John 1:1-4; John 20:1a, 2-8 (697). “We . . . pro-

claim to you the eternal life that was with the Father and was made visible to us.”

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28 FEAST OF THE HOLY INNOCENTS, MARTYRS Suffer the innocents As we celebrate Christ’s coming into the world, we also remember the Holy Innocents of Jesus’ time—and our own. The Gospel of Matthew recounts how King Herod ordered the killing of young children around Bethlehem, fearful that among them was the Messiah. Herod used violence to address this perceived threat to his dominance. To him, the resulting deaths were incidental to the goal of maintaining power. This story continues today in many parts of the world, where people suffer and die as those in power strive to keep it. Yet in the coming of Christ, we have a powerful counter-narrative, one in which love, not violence, is the final word. Let’s join in prayer today for holy innocents around the world. TODAY’S READINGS: 1 John 1:5-2:2; Matthew 2:13-18 (698). “A voice

was heard . . . Rachel weeping for her children, and she would not be consoled, since they were no more.”

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Mass Intentions for the Week

Last Sunday’s Collec on :

Saturday, December 21, 2013 5:30 Cornelius Connie Barry Sunday, December 22, 2013 9:00 Enrica Diguelmi

First Collec on: $4,256 Second Collec on: $1,012

10:30 For the people 12:00 Lourdes Lopez Monday, December 23, 2013 9:00 Communion Service Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Today’s Second Collec on is for Snow Plowing. Next week’s second collec on will be for Fuel. Thank you for your generous support of our parish. La segunda Colecta de hoy es para el arado de la nieve. La segunda colecta de la próxima semana será para el combus ble. Gracias por sus generosas contribuciones a nuestra parroquia.

4:00 Deceased Parishioners of St. Bernard’s 5:30 Frank & Peter Becerra 7:30 Vele Aucapina Family - Living Wednesday, December 25, 2013 9:00 Iannace Family 10:30 Maria & Giussepe Ses to

Christmas Mass Schedule

12:00 Keith Camacho Thursday, December 26, 2013

Christmas Eve, December 24th 4:00 pm - English Mass 5:30 pm - Family Mass with Pageant 7:30 pm - Spanish Midnight Mass

9:00 Kaye Disanto Friday, December 27, 2013 9:00

Melinda Morris

Saturday, December 28, 2013 5:30

Franciso Loja

Christmas Day, December 25th 9:00 am - 10:30 a.m., 12:00 pm - (Spanish)

Sunday, December 29, 2013 9:00

Jack McGovern

10:30 Nicola Scarano 12:00 For the people

Instrumentalists for Advent Prayers for the Sick Please remember in your prayers those who are ill and those who serve them. Recemos por todas las personas de nuestra parroquia quienes se encuentran enfermas. Addy Browning Charlene Browning Teresa DeQuina Lou Fortunate

Charlie Ginter Reyna Le owitz María Romero-Pérez Jorge Valdéz

Throughout the season of Advent we will have members of our Youth Choir playing their instruments during the 9:00 am Mass. ∗

December 22nd - Leslie Navarro / Violin

Hymns in Spanish - Cán cos en Español E. 626 O. 676 C. 667 S. 650

Felicidad Grita profeta Viñador Soy feliz

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ANNOUNCEMENTS OF EL CENTRO HISPANO

ANUNCIOS DEL CENTRO HISPANO 914-289-0500 THE THREE WISE MEN ARE ON THEIR WAY TO ST. BERNARD’S CHURCH

LOS TRES REYES MAGOS ESTAN EN CAMINO A LA IGLESIA DE SAN BERNARDO

El Centro Hispano Invites all of you to the 40th anniversary of the Three Wise Men Celebration Date: Sunday, January 5th, 2014 Place: St. Bernard Church’s Gym Time: 1:30 p.m. All children under the age of 12 will receive presents, and they will be entertained by the clown Lobetito and his show. The presents will be donated by: · New York Life Insurance Company · O’Connor Davies LLP · Westchester 100 Hispanic Women · White Plains High School Latino Coalition · White Plains High School Spanish Club · Scarsdale High School Spanish Club · Archbishop Stepinac High School · The sorority Corazones Unidos Siempre/ Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc. -SUNY Albany chapter · Sigma Lambda Upsilon Senoritas Latinas Inc. -Pace University Chapter

El Centro Hispano les invita a todos a su 40 aniversario de la celebración de Los Tres Reyes Magos.

For more information please contact El Centro Hispano Inc. at 914-289-0500 Monday – Friday from 12- 7 p.m. EL CENTRO HISPANO’S SCHOLARSHIPS If you are interested in applying for a scholarship from El Centro Hispano, please contact your Guidance counselor at White Plains High School as soon as possible after December 16. COMPUTER CLASSES FOR ADULTS AT EL CENTRO HISPANO EL Centro Hispano will be offering a new cycle of Beginners Computer Classes starting January 13. The course will last 16 weeks and the cost is $100. If you are interested, come to El Centro Hispano to register as soon as possible. We can only accommodate 18 students THE WPHS GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT PRESENTS FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS Thursday, January 9, 2014 7:00 - 9:00 P.M. Centro Hispano - Chapel Hall 346 South Lexington Avenue White Plains, New York (This Presentation will be Conducted in Spanish) FOOD PANTRY AT EL CENTRO HISPANO El Centro Hispano will be distributing fresh food on the following Thursdays: January 9 & 23; February 13 & 27; March 13 & 27; April 10 & 24..The refrigerated truck from Food Bank for Westchester will be at the parking lot near Centro Hispano after 3:30. All are welcome to benefit from this program. Please bring a bag.

Día: Domingo, 5 de enero del 2014 Lugar: Gimnasio de la iglesia San Bernardo Hora: 1:30 p.m. Todos los niños menores de 12 años recibirán regalos, y disfrutaran de la presentación de Lobetito y su show infantil. Los juguetes serán donados por: · New York Life Insurance Company · O’Connor Davies LLP · Westchester 100 Hispanic Women · White Plains High School Latino Coalition · White Plains High School Spanish Club · Scarsdale High School Spanish Club · Arcbishop Stepinac High School · The sorority Corazones Unidos Siempre/ Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc. -SUNY Albany chapter · Sigma Lambda Upsilon Senoritas Latinas Inc. -Pace University Chapter Para más información llamar al Centro Hispano al 914-289-0500 de lunes a viernes de 12- 7 p.m. BECAS DEL CENTRO HISPANO Si están interesados en solicitar a las becas del Centro Hispano, deben contactar la Oficina de Consejería de la Escuela Secundaria de White Plains lo antes posible después del 16 de diciembre. CLASES DE COMPUTACION PARA ADULTOS EN EL CENTRO HISPANO El Centro Hispano comenzará un nuevo ciclo de clases de computación para principiantes el 13 de enero. El curso durará 16 semanas por un costo de $100 gracias a nuevos fondos que hemos recibido recientemente. Si está interesado, en tomar estas clases pase por El Centro Hispano lo antes posible. Sólo podemos aceptar 18 estudiantes. EL DEPARTAMENTO DE CONSEJERÍA DE WHITE PLAINS HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTARA INFORMACION DE ASISTENCIA FINANCIERA PARA ESTUDIANTES Y PADRES El jueves, 9 de enero del 2014 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Centro Hispano - Chapel Hall, 346 South Lexington Avenue, White Plains, (La presentación será completamente en español) DISTRIBUCION DE ALIMENTOS EN EL CENTRO El Centro Hispano distribuirá alimentos frescos los siguientes jueves: enero 9 y 23; febrero 13 y 27; marzo 13 y 27; abril 10 y 24. .El camión refrigerado de Food Bank for Westchester estará estacionado cerca del Centro después de las 3:30. Traiga una bolsa. Page 9

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