Helping Hands

St. Charles Helping Hands


"St. Charles Helping Hands", goal is to assist YOU in any way we can.  This provides outside services to those of you who are at home or in assisted living facilities who may be in need of some resourceful information and do not know where to find it.  Please refer to this page often as a guide handy for current or future reference and feel free to contact any one of our volunteers for assistance if necessary.  You are important to us!  Our names and phone numbers are listed below.


Click on this link to see the Helping Hands Mission

The St. Charles Helping Hands Committee will be meeting again on Tuesday, June 27 at 4:30 in the parish office.  For those of you who are unaware of our mission, it is to bring awareness to the elders of our parish and recognize them for all they do and have done for so many years.  We do this by sending monthly flyers of things going on, by chatting with them on the phone or helping with small chores.  If you can see yourself on our committee, then please feel free to join our next meeting.  We try to meet monthly to assess the needs that some of our elders may have and address them at that time.  The current committee members are listed below:

Mary LaBadie  Jackie Heiligenthal Jacki Scholze  Bea Itzenheiser  
Mary Pieters Larry Dornacher Donna Moe Pat Lawrence 
Joan Zwiebel   Phil Koenen  Marcy Morrison Marge Luedeke
Fr. Jim Volkert   Judy Halverson Judy Wilms

For more information you may contact the Parish Office at: 262-763-2260. Please keep this page bookmarked as resource information  We will be as helpful as possible.  Thanks for your time!

Jan/Feb 2019 Flyer

March/April 2019 Flyer

July/August 2019 Flyer

St Charles Parishioner Joseph N. Duplessis attended the Veterans Day ceremony in Union Grove and was able to shake hands with Govenor Scott Walker.

Below is the article from WKOW 27 Madison

UNION GROVE (WKOW) -- Among this year's Veterans Day ceremonies in Wisconsin, there was an event at the veterans home in Union Grove.
    During the ceremony, Governor Scott Walker thanked the group of vets for their service and their continued commitment to the communities they live in.
    "Our thanks is both for your service provided in the military service for provide to this country continuing to stay engaged in the community all across this great state," said Walker.

Seniors Luncheon

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