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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ook So far, Fluffy has visited the Evansville Regional Airport, Dia- mond Valley Post Office, Vander- burgh County Superior Court and the principal&apos;s office. Through Fluffy, the students have learned about jobs at the air- port, how important judges are to our Community, and how busy a principal is. Traveling Teddy Bear, joins Judge Terry Dietsch and in a Vanderburgh County third grade Ction School, the USI stu- has a new ear. His name is Fluffy and he is a traveling Teddy Bear. Each week, he visits a diffbrent place in the Evansville communi- ty, and then returns with a letter to the class explaining how the business helps the community and what adventures he had that wbek. Auction Chairpersons Gail and John Dunn and Tri- cia and Kevin Pendley are co- chairing the 1997 Mater Dei and Memorial Auction. Chairpersons for the April 19 event include * Pam Gallagher, Jane Perkins, Madonna Niemeier, car raffle; . Steve Eichoff, Jo Ann Laugel, Dennis Lamey, cash bonanza; * Pat Fagan, Gene Stevens, theme and logo; • Michelle Krack, invitations; • Lynn and Start Flittner, Robert and Jennifer Zigenfus, major gifts: • Jack and Cindy Tubbs, Paula ttaller, silent auction; • Anna dustak, major and silent coordinator: • Tina Kern, Mary Ann Hughes, Mary Scheller, public- ity; • Susan Mortensen, Joan Bernatz, cataloging; • Linda Naas, food; • Connie Kain, vacation trips; • Mike Blake, Master of Cere- monies; • Hugh Miller, auctioneer; • Charleen Spear, silent auc- tion monitors; • Eadie and Gene Stevens, Chris Hampton, decorations; nd the Diocese Bread recipes When teachers at Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville, asked their three-year-old pre-school students what was in bread, they got some interesting answers: Sister Mary Lee Hillenbrand's students suggested bags of flour, five cups of cherry juice, a jar of peanut butter, a bottle of orange juice, two cups of sugar and three pieces of cheese. Jenny Mayer's students thought bread ingredients included "a little bit of wheat, a whole chunk of peanut butter, a bottle of coke, four peanuts mixed together and cooked until snack time. Renae Egli's group thought sugar, pepper, peanut but- ter, a salad, a carrot, a cheeseburger, and a school bus would make fine bread. • Dawnelle Gollnick, Rose Montrastelle, runners and spot- ters; • Dot Williams, mailing; • Sheila Wayne, gift pick-up: • Gall and Steve Markwell, table captains. Student Council Matt Raben, Josh Richter, Katie Muensterman, Jason Cutrell, Ashley Muensterman, Joe Arnold, Lynnsey Zirkel- bach, Emily TenBarge and Nolan King served on the Student Council at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, in Decem- ber. Spell Bowl Mc;mbers of the Spell Bowl team at Westside Catholic Con- solidated School, Evansville, placed second in division four competiton. Team members include Megan Thompson, Christina Ward, Katie Reising, Laura Schroed- er, Lindsey Wagner, Tyler Har- tig, Jordan Baer, Sam Kaiser, Kristin Masterson, Greg McGee and Kelly McReynolds. Safety Patrol Amanda McDonald, Nichole Sanders, Heather Townsend, Jennifer Cook, Jarred Harvey, Brandon Poag, Nick Crowe, Skip Schroeder, Jake Williams, Justin Bates, Heather Sanders and Kyndel Johnson are mem- bers of the Safety Patrol at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. Please send information for SCttOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary. Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Father Kenneth Herr, chap- lain and teacher at Memorial High School and sacramental minister at St. John Church, both in Evansville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 13. He resides at the Faculty Residence, 1500 Lincoln Ave, Evansville IN 47714. Youth Group Carrie Culver, Jeff Rennie, Jen- nifer Scheller, Roland Rosario, Christine Hanson, Amy Culver, Gretchen Sauvey and Michael Fiedler have taken leadership roles in Youth Ministry at Holy Rosary Church, Evansville. Seihert has active work hurch, Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Bob and Dolores Kasbohm, 48 years; Fred and Mary Louise Eberhard, 64 years; Elizabeth a retired and Noah Carrico, 53 years; of Evans- Carman and Winona Thomas, Jan. 46 years; Betty and Tom Titzer, 1640 46 years. IN 47714. Sacra. New officers Pastoral life Church, at St. Joseph her birth- Angie Kurzendoerfer, Mike !dauer, a DiLegge and Carl Boarman of have been elected to the Parish his birth- Council at St. Joseph Church, at the Lit- Evansville. Lin- Sarah ltinton is prcsident of the "47714." .... Altar Sciok. denny rbfur is vice-president, Judy Roberts is secreta; and Dorothy Martin is treasurer. Bill Cook is the new president of the Men's Club. John Grop- penbacher is vice-president, Tom Coomes is secretary, and Rick Jackson is treasurer. Representative Michael Herring is will rep- resent St. Simon Church, Wash- ington, on the St. John Cemetery Board. Anniversaries at Celestine Congratulations to couples at St. Peter Celestine Church, Celes- tine, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Elmore and Catherine Kerstiens, 46 years; Arthur and Henrietta Schnell, 45 years; Roger and V'uaia Zehr, 40 years. Men's Club Matt Black is president of the Men's Club at St. John the Bap- tist Church, Vincennes. Rich Williams is vice-presi- dent, and Larry West is treasur- er. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before pub- -Hcation; .................... ?: < ,: , .:> :%: