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," 1993 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Holiday dance for Providence Home, Jasper Twenty-four members of the Ireland Group of Youth at St. Mary Church, Ireland, held a holiday dance for the residents of Providence Home, Jasper, in December. "The teens soon discovered what all volunteers already know: They receive much more than they give," said Marilyn Mundy. "They made many new friends and experienced first- hand the satisfaction of making a difference in other people's lives. "The IGY members knew from the smiles and appreciative com- ments from the men that they had discovered the real meaning of Christmas -- giving of yourself is more rewarding than receiv- ing." All of the Providence Home residents and staff attended the dance which was called "one of the best ever." Brent Seibert and Ted Huls- man served as DJs for the dance; Tom and Barb Schrader were group advisors. Happy Birthday! Father James Sauer, pastor of St. Clement Church, Boonville, celebrates his birthday Feb. 8. Father Raymond Brenner, pas- tO r of Resurrection Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Feb. 12. Father Run Zgunda, pastor of St. Mary Church, Washington, celebrates his birthday Feb. 12. Deacon anniversaries Cyril Will of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, was or- dained a deacon Feb. 10, 1990. Joseph Schapker of Resurrec- lion Church, Evansville, was or- dained a deacon Feb. 10, 1990. Charles Seifert, of Holy Fam- ily Church, Jasper, was ordained a deacon Feb. 10, 1990. Thomas Holsworth of Precious Blood Church, Jasper, was or- dained a deacon Feb. 10, 1990. Clark Baker honored Clark Baker, formerly of Washington, was honored re- cently at St. Mary:of-the-Woods College at the first annual Com- panions in Providence Day. He is a member their National Devel- opment Council. Please send information 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 publication. Shawn Sullivan, PE I; Beth School, Jasper, celebrates her trophyat the Castle High School eat of l {lies  LIrkin, PEII;BrandiStallman, birthday Feb. 12, speech meet Jan. 30. e ester biology; Kathy larger, advanced Lynn Batema,,Leigh Ritchie, Brett Reidford, Tony Fehren. TeaC biology; Melea Kluemper, physi- Memorial's bacher and Heather Klein- thollUe.. rs at Washington col science, schmidt received first place rib- 1011 htllgh School, Washing- Nate Bowlin and Shawn Sul- :eun00 a way to award re exvedgthe Latin [ award auction committee boas. Monica Weber, Heather d"-*ats f,,. _ ; , hvan c " " Kleinschmidt and Chris Spahn ey i ", exemplary worK: . 8-- g ve the .......... for mamtammg a 100 percent av- Anna lustak and Charlotte placed second. est ,, ,- tuoent oI me , . Third place winners included ,.: er awards L-o. --es*er erage for the semester. In Latin II, Warren are serving as general N.. 8include: the entire class recieved A's; the chairpersons of the eighth an- Bernie Schmitt, Vivian Care, hling, lessica Decker, class includes Amy Brown, nual Memorial High School auc- Lauren Brady, Melissa Kiefer .111 a UVan, Composition I; Paula Tennis, Emily Wilson, tier and dinner which will be and Kellie Scott. Amy Bradley, tla n.is, Angie Daily, Adam Bowling, Ion Bradley, held Feb. 13. Aaron Couture and Lelgh l Rllc"Wpllng, E!leen Weber, Eileen Weber and Melea Kluem- Committee chairpersons indue Ritchie took fourth place and Eadie Stevens, Gone Stevens, Craig Fehrenbacher placed fifth ell Co,, umposition [I; Bran- n,. Gene Schmidt, Richard Seib, St. Matthew's -tltl.lOVels; John Mullen, r" htill lature; Nate Bowling, lonAnneandWeidner'lane Flaviaperkins,Orsburn,joan -- , an, World Histor ' g!eeyll.en, U.S 'History; Be [ Bernatz, Martha Dilger, Elaine geography bee * Religion I;" Brandi Stall- Happy Birthday. Wellemeyer, Bonnie Daly, Ray 01nlIii1 :" . Beckwith, Ray Lasher, Helen Wesley Hayden is the winner Relill 0 II, Chad McAtee, Sister Maril n Schroering, Kremzar, Barbara Ulrich and of the Geography Bee at St. Tl'uoue, - .'. Amy.  Brown, Laura Y Matthew School, Mount Vernon. Rehglon W; Tracy Ochs, O.S.B., principal at Holy Family Sharon Cook. Jeffrey Hardin is runner-up. YOUTH MINISTRY Mater Dei's Award winner St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, Indiana is eoeking a full-time youth minister Res onsibilities Uld inc - " P Ed. lude 7th and 8th grade Religious ucatlon Pro ra r tJon re aratlon and g m. Confi ma" p p " a total YOuth ministry program for junior high to aUc ng Certification in youth ministry or adult. p_ .nelor's degree in related field preferred. vs,t,on to start end resume and summer 1993. S references to Search Committee, C/O St. John's, 62, Frame Rd., Newburgh, IN 47630 by March 15, 1993. speech team Members of the speech team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, received a third place Bulletin .... Continued from page 6 Sister Janet Budde, D.C., will be presenter. Valarie Bryant, a student at St. Bernard School, Rockport, is a publication award winner in an essay contest sponsored b 3 Southern Hills. i iii 621 S. CulleR, Evansville. A self- help program for parents trou- bled by teenage behavior. Spiritual Growth Charismatic Mass and Healing Service, Feb. 7, Christ the King Church, 3109 Bayard Park, Evansville, Praise music at 6:15 Depressed Anonymous. Each Thursday. 7:30 p.m,, St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 2300 Washing- ton Ave.. Evansville. Holy Spirit's top spellers Eighth grader Josh Williams is the winner of the spelling bee at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. , Linda Quach is runner-up. Class- room winners abd runners-up in- cluded Mike Wassmer, Thomas Stallings, seventh grade; Kristi Altstadt, Drew Williams, sixth grade; Tiffani Metzger, Nathan Carmen, fifth grade, and lly Stewart. Tacar Appel, fo Samantha Shipman is the winner of the primary grade spelling bee with Melanie Gor- don runner-up. Other classroom winners and runners-up in- cluded Nathan Stallings, Amanda lochim, second grade; Megan Wilhite, Meagan Knight, first grade. Please send information for SCHOOI. NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann ltughes, The Me.sage, P.O. Box 416g, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is g a.m. the Friday before publication, i ii iii iii I Ultreya Resurrectinn Church, Evansville, Second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. St. John Church, Newburgh, Fourth Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, Third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. p.m., Mass at 7 p.m. Celebrant will be Father Richard Cash. Trips . St. Mary Church, Evansville. Every Monday at 6 p.m. - POSITION OPENING Sunnort or0UlS St. Ben's Social Club offering a Providence flume, lasper. 00ECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL I Fourth Monday of the month at 7 l"ir" - Jr" three-day trip to Opryland Hotel, - m a Parents Using Toughlove. Anrfl 1 a Call "e or l.i "an P" " I ...... - ..... Charh _ _lit_. boar r t/an Heights Academy. a private Catholic Each Tuesday, 6:45 p.m. at --; . - CulleR Avenue Christian Church, woertz at 476,8758.  t OUth_'U uay school for girls, located in a rural setting of I . , . _ ....... ' 7 -- -" ................ -: " ]l'outrt gracl-urrl Indiana' with an ear ment f 145 students in [ l/D i CutyBakt JUl,, s 9-12 is seeking a principal to assume res onsibilities t, 19 - P Diocesan Youth Day XXVIIi, 12 ^,. u. The search committee is soekin a ractictn at"ulC W t'-' g p g I ubo s 0 n n Sunday. Feb. 14, Holy Family. 'r d -u ,s innovative and committed to creative curricu- Jasper. High school freshmen ,lucVerl.p[nent. The candidate should be an experienced through seniors. Chili, hot dogs. 'nliarla ,wno is qualified for certification in the state of | a FIe E STA 1 ::ff girls. =-u Is strongly commited to the single-sex education ! L YOU . SERVICE BANK - LiturYpresentationand ,lance.by SteveSpeciaIAn8 risano,music Interested Candidates mit a letter of a lica- I Please send lnformationfor i I tier|, c ' should sub pp I,al3d Urrent resume, statement of educational philosophy. I BULLETIN BOARD to Amy I Goet names of three professional references to: Search Hnusman, The Moo,age; P;O, : i l Ferdinan';,NM;rian Heights Academy, 812 E. ,0,h St., I Box 41.9..aewille, IN 47724. ' 532. Deadline: March 31, 1993. 'rtbe deadline for copy is a.m: the Friday bore publtlon.