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7 rioress appointed .to board ,nedictine Sister Kath n QUber, ry - Prl0ress of the Sisters of St. Benedict in Ferdi nd, has been appointed to a t:ee- m the board of direc- for Interna- an organi- c and Cister- es founded to which are lo- orld. present time, the section of AIM Benedictine and ries of men in the Third World. Happy Birthday! Msgr. Clarence Schlachter of Evansville, diocesan director of the Propagation of the Faith and the Holy Childhood Associa- tion, celebrates his birthday Jan. 21. Father John Boeglin, pastor of St. Celestine Church, Ce- lestine, celebrates his birthday Jan. 22. Father Eugene Heerdink, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Dale, and coordinator of the Apostolate of the Spanish speak- ing ministry, celebrates his birthday Jan. 23. Father James Lex, a retired priest in the Diocese of Evans- ville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 23. Father Joseph Kane, pastor of Precious Blood Church, Jasper, celebrates his birthday Jan. 23. Deacon anniversary Robert Hayden, pastoral life coordinator of Blessed Sacra- ment Church, Oakland City, was ordained a deacon Jan. 19, 1991. St. Ben's youth group Ryan Echert and Mary Lou Tucker are co-leaders of the Youth Group at St. Benedict Church, Evansville. Kim Folz is president, Scan Davidson is vice-presider.t, and Melissa Wathen is secretary/treasurer. Please send information GUTSE at Marian Heights Students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, are ap- proaching the 1994 GUTSE (Girls United .to Save the Envi- ronment), to be held in conjunc- tion with Earth Day celebration ,in a different way this year. They will be looking at ways to reduce electic consumption on campus, cleaning local high- ways, and developing an aware- ness about rain forests, recycling and endangered species. The purpose for starting the environmental program now is to create habits that will last a life time. "I'm convinced you are not going to change attitudes with a one-day shot," said Bob Lawrence, program coordinator. "Hopefully, it will promote an educational commitment for the environment." GUTSE was created by the National Coalition of Girls' Schools to help promote an awareness of the Earth. Happy. Birthdayt Franciscan Sister Carol Ann Mause, principal at Flaget Elementary School and Rivet High School, Vincennes, cele- brates her birthday Jan. 23. for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publica- tion. interviewed their grandparents, and then invited them to a tea. Sol-Ar-Bron Pointe Retirement Community offered surrogate grandparents for children who grandparents were unable to at- tend. Their teachers are Kathy Wright and Charlene Boutwell, Contest winners - Fifth graders at Westside Catholic Consolidated Inter- mediate School, Evansville, recently competed in the U.S. Savings Bonds 1994 National Student poster contest. The posters of Sara Stephan, Kelly Merkel and Lynn Ten- barge have been entered in state competition. All students received a certificate of partici- pation. Top honors Rachel Moll, a student at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, received first place on Academic All-State Cross Country. Angle Knapp and Erie Thomas received the K of C leadership award and Rachel Moll and Brandon Nord re- ceived the most improved runner award. Penny deposit Mater Ders #k.) ? RI S SY Students in Catholic schools throughout the diocese have col- wrestlers t :i00i00il t %% lected $3,398.91in pennies this eMaterDeiHighSch., school year. wrestling team won the Holiday ..: " Their goal is one-million pen. Classic, finishing ahead of 13 A !if :':ii A   teachernies' whiChand staffdevelopment.Will be used for other teams from four states. "  Mater Dei scored 243 points, followed by runner-up New AI- Precious Blood bany with 132 112 total. Classic champions were Kevin Head, Brad Turner, student wins Scott Rogge, Philip Zenth outhwestern Indiana H/. 50 I:., Canneiburg 4 mi. E. Mntg - 812-295-4229 geography bee The Bishop's Fund/ADA more than a new name I FUNERAL HOME Pre-planning ..... Because youcare 425-2896 POSITION OPEN C sought for the Tribunal Office atholic Center in Evansville. Mail Fr. James Endress, Catholic Box 4169, Evansvile, IN 169 or Phone 424-5536, ext. 121. 80 Years Of Experience! 464-5991 Laurel Woods, a fifth grader at Precious Blood School, Jasper, is the winner of her school's geography bee. She now advances to the next level of competition, which is a written exam. Grandparent Tea Fourth graders at St. Bene- dict School, Evansville, en- joyed a Grandparent Tea after reading the book, War u,'ith Grandpa by Robert Kimmel Smith. As a class project, the students H 11 II J ] fer and Jeff McDurmon, Sec- ond place finishers included Aaron Gerth and Andy Mc- Donald. Third place finishers were Brad Folz, Joe Armen- tano, Tim Ritzert and Greg Schuble. Brandon Cox placed fourth. The reserve wrestling team continued its winning streak of 17-0 with a win at the Princeton Invitational ..... Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4i69, Evans. ville, IN 47724: e deadline for copy is 9 a,m. tlie:Friday before publication. I III IIIII ill I II The Catholic Education Foundation has announced that applications for CEF tuition grants may be obtained at the offices at Mater Dei and Memorial high schools, from Catholic grade school principals, and from parish pastors. CEF tuition grants are available to financially qualified students wishing to attend Mater Dei or Memorial. Sial grants of $1,666 are also available to s incoming freshmen who demonstrate financial need and hi academic potential. | The deadline for submitting applications is March 1. II I III II /111 IIII I II JII!U I CEF applications available