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1,1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ool Notebook  ! il,f first-grader Hannah Jay holds a copy of 12 issue of Parade Magazine which comments to President Clinton. Comments for President Clinton First graders in Kelly Buttrum's class at St. James School, St. James, recently received notice that they are one of 253 finalists among 93,000 entries in the Week- ly Reader's "Goals for the Presi- dent" Contest. Twenty-two winners will be cho- sen, and the first graders are "keeping their fingers crossed." St. James first grader Hannah Jay was quoted in the January 12 issue of Parade Magazine. In her comments to President Clinton, she said she "thought the schools should be number one on his list and he should also give everybody a chance to go to college." nd the Diocese Church, nurse Rose so much thy right, exercis- what healthy emo- t?" enges parishioners heart phys- and spiritually healthy or is." Services Distributor "Kentucky YOUR TASTE, CAN MATCH IT !shington 254-440 vansvilic 422-1833 She encourages them to "put pen to paper and list some of what you see as your own risk factors to an unhealthy heart. Then look inside yourself and see if there is anything you need to change in your life, anything you need to begin doing, an)thing that is caus- ing your heart to be unhealthy that you have control over." If might be helpthl to "let go of an old hurt. Maybe someone has been hurt by something you "just let slip out." Maybe you need to include a little more exercise into your ah'eady busy day. "'Do whatever it takes to keep your heart and yourself healthy physically, mentally and spiritu- ally." Happy Birthday! Father Mark Kurzendoerfer, chaplain at Mater Dei tligh School, Evansville, and sacra- mental minister at St. Thomas DIS COUNTY BANK IIMBER OI.D NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC STAR SERVICE BANK R N - MERCURY JASPER 482-1200 AUTO TOPS. SEAT COVERS. BOAT COVERS STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER Sheet Metal Inc. Ustrial & Cunmn',rt:ial l leating & Cooling lallatiou Sales & Se.rvicc 9242 ] ocb 15 S. Thmt Avenue. l.:wmsvilh: Church, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday Feb. 3. He resides at the Faculty Residence, 1500 Lin- coln Ave., Evansville IN 47714- 1520. Father Eugene Schroeder, pastor of St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Feb. 7. Father James Sauer, pastor of Holy Rosary Church, Evans- ville, celebltes his birthday Feb. 8. 60 years Ervin and Margaret Lamble, parishioners at Resurrection Church, Evansville, recently celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin- cennes, celebrating Janum.w wed- ding anniversaries: Bill and Dot Cunningham, 51 years: Walter and Flora Cary, 40 years: Mau- rice and Betty Jackson, 56 years; Raymond and Edith Wis- sol, 51 years; Ed and Agnes Ottensmeyer, 54 years. Coach of the Year Vic Betz, a parishioner at St. Peter Celestine Church, Celes- tine, has been named the 1A/2A Cross Country Coach of the Year. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Agnes and Glennis McClure, 57 years; John and Mary Lou Kassenbrock, 49 years; Gone and Lorine Tennis, 46 years. Please send'information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann tlughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday , _before publtioo., DAN BLANDFORD Presidential Scholar Dan Blandford, the son of Dick and Ann Blandford of Evansville, has been named a candidate in the 1997 Presiden- tial Scholars Program. He is a senior at the Indiana Academy for Science. Math and Humanities in Muncie. Indiana. P&M BELL Outstanding Pam Bell, principal at Holy Family School, Jasper, has been given the annual Outstand- ing Educator award from the Jasper daycees, Resignation Jeff Yando, principal at St. Benedict School, Evansville, will be resigning at the end of this school year, according to Phyllis Bcshears, diocesan director of schools. CAPE Honors Holy Family School, Jasper, has been named one of the best 103 private schools in the nation by CAPE, the Council for Ameri- can Private Schools, Pam Bell is Holy Family's principal. Holy Family School will now go to the next level of review for Blue Ribbon School status from CAPE. Summer Sizzle Administrators at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, are gearing up for the Learning Explosion II, a summer enrichment program scheduled for July 6-18. The program is open to girls entering grades seven through 10. Students will select two areas of interest, including mathemat- ics, science, computers and lan- guage. Classes will meet for two hours each day. Classes will include "Say Cheese: Photography in Black and White," "The Write Stuff: Learn- ing to Write, Produce, Direct and Perform in Your Own Play," and "Wired: Math, Science and Tech- nology for Real People." For additional information, call Marian Heights Academy at 812- 367-1411. extension 2801. Summer programs at WCCS Westside Catholic Consoli- dated School, Evansville, will be sponsoring two programs this summer. There will be a nine-week ses- sion fi)r pro-school, running fl'om June 2 through August 1. Initial em'ollment will be open to chil- dren ages three, four and five who are currently attending WCCS pro-school. There will also be a two-week Edu-Camp at St. Agnes for stu- dents entering grades one through six. The morning program will have activity-based learning experi- ences, and the afternoon will have arts and crafts. St. Nick The pre-sehool students at Westside Catholic Con- solidated School Evanmrllle, enjoy.a visit from St. Nicholas (Gtl WinigerL They include Brooke Nur- renbern, Amber Hayden, Mitchell Carney, Claire Knapp, WlHie Mahan, Kayli Russell, Kyle Ledbetter, Jacob Sheu, Adam Ulrich, Taylor Battieger and Michael Norman. Their teacher is Marby Strange.