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16,1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 at Sacred Heart natu}ations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin- ,eDrating January wedding anniversaries: Bill and '.anni.gham. 52 years; Walter and Flora Carey, 41 years; Wi'sdCe and Betty Jackson, 57 years; Raymond and Edith -., oz years; Ed and Agnes Ottensmeyer, 55 years. "mlversaries at St. Joseph t.rlglatu]ations to couples at St Josenh Church, Evans- ,Celebra . r ia..a = ring wedding anniversaries:'Larry and Nancy "uer; 40 years; Glennis and Agnes McClure, 57 years; ,mea and Darlene Baum a Ttalh A,7_ g rt, 42 years; Gene and Lonne : !'u years. Emergency Fund 2,1. cY has been established for the Emergency Fund, :K at St. Clement Church. Boonville. cl was established at t er Paslo- , he recommendahon of for- nid;- " rather Jim Sauer, and the Parish Finance Com- .... rUnclsare th-- : set aside from the Sunday collection along nodic contributions. The emergency fund is available to assist families or indi- viduals who are victims of catastrophic circumstances such as fire, storm, floor or disease. The fund, because of its limited size, is not used to pay for total damages. Three parishioners are appointed to oversee the fund, one from the St. Vincent de Paul Society, one from either the finance or social action commission, and one from a commu- nity group which lends assistance. The fund may be used in any way that the board deter- mines appropriate. St. Clement parishionels will be given first consideration, but funds may also be given to non-parish- ioners who reside within the boundaries of St. Clement parish of within the Diocese of Evansville. Happy Birthdayl Msgr. Clarence Schlachter, diocesan director of the Prop- agation of the Faith and the Holy Childhood Association, celebrates his birthday Jan. 21. He resides at 1508 Greenfield Rd., Evansville IN 47715. Father John Boeglin, pastor of Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrates his birthday Jan. 22. Father Eugene Heerdink, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Dale, and coordinator of the Apostolate of the Spanish- speaking ministry, celebrates his birthday Jan. 23. Father James Lex, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evans- ville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 23. He resides at 704 First Avenue, Evansville IN 47710. Father Joseph Kane, pastor of Precious Blood Church, Jasper, celebrates his birthday Jan. 23. Deacon Anniversary Robert Hayden was ordained a deacon Jan. 19, 1991. Leadership Evansville Phyllis (Beshears) Bussing, diocesan director of schools, has been named to the Leadership Evansville Board of Direc- tors. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The e-mail address is message@evans- ville.net. Subject:. Around the Diocese. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publi- cation. teachers Private Classroom :grants from the Rotary according to rger, principal at mville. etwood, Resurrec- _ e, "Active CD-ROMs,,, 70 stu- grant award $487. be Used within areas in grade curricu- erg and Kris mlic Con- le, "Lit- Arts," 70 . grant award $429. of three to five. in lan- groups will discuss character aspects. St. Benedict "Tsting 1-2-3," grant award Bookshelf is students become test taking. The from the EBS, computer uestions .of questions they achievement - ] eueemer , 9 StUd" Vmg through eats served, grant award $463. In the Living through History program, students explore new worlds, claim land, build a town in the new world, declare indepen- dence from their king, fight wars, become constitutional lawyers, build a nation, run for president, conduct Senate sessions, pass laws, make money, buy land, and pay taxes. Karen Dick, Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, "Natural Won- ders," 274 students served, grant award $473. The hands-on approach includes a classroom-based weather station. Students will study the effects of local weather patterns and existing pollution on the environment. Mary Traylor, Mater Dei High School, Evansville, "After School AP," 65 to 80 students served, grant award $370. After School AP offers students with failing or low grades an opportunity to receive additionol academic assistance. Ann McKinney Nagy, Resurrec- tion School, Evansville, "Celebrate Growth Greeting Cards," 313 stu- dents served, grant award $487. Art students will create original designs to commemorate the growth and expansion of their school. Language art students will research their school's history. Math students will calculate the costs and profits of this project. Chad Specht, Holy Spirit School, Evansville, "Math Tutor- ing," 45 to 50 students served, grant award $317. An after-school math tutoring program will be developed for Principal's Day Each class at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, presented Benedictine Sister Mari- lyn Schroering with a gift on Principal's Day. Above, sixth graders Erin Harpenau and grades one through eight. Christine Shafer and Phyllis Rector, Christ the King School, Evansville, "Pioneer and Native American Day," 300 students served, grant award $487. Exhibits will include quilting, storytelling, loom weaving, basket weaving, candle dipping, pioneer cooking and rug hooking. Focusing on courtesy Students at Precious Blood II I Wade Funeral Home 119 S. Vine Street. Haubstadt. IN Robert J. Wade IIII I IIII l FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. SCBNELLVILLE, IN 389-2418 11111 I I I I I II I I I I IIII Ed. L. Lee Mortuary 768-5210 Call about pre-nced counseling. Alan J. Wade i i I1 (el:,) 2r,4-000041 15'" BUILDING SAVINGS BANK, FSB 200 E. Van Ts St,  SO0 Main St.. 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