August 22, 2009
If you care about the poor and needy, do not donate money to Bishop Malone's annual Harvest Ball.
Instead, write a check directly to Catholic Charities of Maine.
Catholics can do more for the poor and needy by writing a check directly to Catholic Charities of Maine and not to Bishop Richard Malone.
During these difficult economic times, Catholic Charities is struggling to provide funding for its programs and services.
Meanwhile, Bishop Richard Malone refuses to move out of his expensive to maintain million dollar, 16 room, 7,000 sq. ft. mansion.
Under Bishop Malone's leadership, the diocese has experienced an almost $40 million surplus during the past five years, yet the bishop has not substantially increased the diocese contribution to Catholic Charities of Maine.
Bishop Malone will use your donation to further provide for his personal comfort.
Catholic Charities will use your donation to lessen the discomfort of those who are hungry, without shelter and in need of medical care.
Hosted by Bishop Richard Malone
October 30, 2009
Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland
A night of dinner, dancing and music to benefit Harvest Magazine
Enjoy a wonderful dinner.
Dance to the music of the Tony Boffa Band.
Share an evening with friends.
Bid on some great Silent Auction items.
The evening's festivities begin with a social hour at 7 p.m. followed by dinner at 8 p.m. with dancing to follow. The ticket price is $60 per person or $100 per couple. Organize a group and reserve a table of eight for $400. The ball is black tie optional.
Menu choices: Bleu Cheese Encrusted Sirloin, Zucchini Parmesan, or Mediterranean Chicken
To purchase tickets or for more information:
Call: 773-6471 or E-mail: email@example.com
Or Send Checks to: Harvest Ball Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland 510 Ocean Avenue Portland, ME 04103
Checks should be payable to: Roman Catholic Bishop of Portland
Please indicate your menu choice for each guest: Blue Cheese Encrusted Sirloin, Zucchini Parmesan, or Mediterranean Chicken
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