The Tatura and district Catholic community will celebrate the 51st staging of the Feast of St Donato on Saturday, August 2.July 17, 2014 3:55am
Mass will be co-celebrated by parish priest Father Michael and Father Vito Pegolo from Melbourne, and will be held at 10 am.
The St Mel’s choir will be on hand to assist with the celebrations.
The mass will be followed by a smorgasbord luncheon at Tatura Italian Social Club from noon, and entertainment will be provided by Mick Tenace.
Spokesperson Joe Gagliardi said there would be great raffle prizes to be won on the day, and all profits from the Festa would be donated to Tatura and district community groups and other charities.
‘‘The cost of the luncheon is $35 per adult and $10 per youth (5-12 years),’’ he said.
Mr Gagliardi said bookings for lunch were essential, and could be made with him on 5824 1790, or Nick Lagozzino on 5829 0171, Luigi DePalma on 5823 1742 or Pino Lagozzino on 5826 0206.
Last year more than 200 people attended the festivities.
‘‘Everyone is welcome,’’ Mr Gagliardi said.
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