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l, 1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 Second graders in Jennifer Greubers classroom the King School, Evansville, were tired of the rain, Snow and days without sun, they decided to eb party. Above, students wear t-shirts and enjoyed lemonade and popsicles. % I Notebook fon page 7 Vincennes. Fehrenbacher Were Melissa Stoltz, third; fourth; Bernie on Couture, Ster, Chris g Fehren. fifth; lnschmidt, sixth; $AL Greathouse, "aefer, eighth. 'thon COrPus Christi have do- Jude's Hos- raised the eh, Matthew Modesitt, Christi ille, have of Christ Kores. have i awards. a student Catholic Shington, in divi- Instrumen. Contest in Rachel Bradley received a second place in division 3 clar- inet. Holy Redeemer Spellers Eighth grader Chris May- nard is the winner of the spelling bee at Holy Re- deemer School, Evansville. Eighth grader Neil Kassen- brock is first runner-up and fifth grader Katie Dunn is second runner-up. Spelling bee contestants in- cluded Lora Stephens, Aaron Wilson, eighth grade; Dustin Macke, Laura EI- sner, Abby Johnson, Stephanie Wargel, seventh grade; John Webster, Sarah Gries, Erin Lambert, Paul Schutz, sixth grade; Alice Hardesty, Kathy Winnecke, Breanna Collignon, fifth grade; Jordan Meyer, Casey Reising, David McCracken, Ashley Paulson, fourth grade; Amber Schmitt, Cara Batema, Jocelyn Ketzner and Sarah Jones, third grade. Great Americans at Precious Blood February 18 was a day to celebrate the lives of great Americans at Precious Blood School, Jasper. Each fifth grader chose a famous Ameri- can and researched the per- son's life history, emphasizing the contribution each individ- ?hRISHE8 00tern Indiana ge touches thousands of ughout our diocese In the loft Kindergarteners at St. Theresa School, Evansville, have a new place to play and to study thanks to DeWeese Con- struction. A loft, with a first and second floor, has been built in a corner of the kindergarten classroom. Above, Lindsay Jones and Jennifer Balbach get ready to use com- puters which are on the top floor of the loft as Kendra Schenk and Kelly Bauer go up the steps to the computer area. Jordan Hoehn finds a place on the first floor of the loft where he can snuggle up and read a favorite book. Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes ual made to American society. The students then presented their information to the stu- dent body and parents. Great Americans who were chosen included Thomas Edison, Helen Keller, Walt Disney, Hank Aaron and Mary Lou Retton. Language award Amy Brockman, a sopho- more at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, has been nominated as an Interna- tional Foreign .Language Award winner for her perfor- mance in her Latin II class. She was nominated by her in- structor, Sister Carla Mitchell. Competing at state Three Marian Heights Academy students competed at state competition for voice and piano. They are Meg Fortney, Shawna Hickman of Huntingburg, and Michelle Tamayo. The academy's vocal group also received a first place fin- ish in group one district com- petion. Jamie Blackwell, Baird Caskey, Kim Harris, Shauna Harris, Shawna Hickman, Dulce Muralles, Naisha Russell, Michelle Tamayo, Nicole Watson and Courtney White are members of the vocal group. PRIDE Award St. Benedict School in Evansville has received the PRIDE Art Exhibition award for the 1994 Academic Olympics. Erica Cole, Eliza- beth Elliott, Liz Haury, Re- becca Hicks, Lori Stofleth, Kim Tornatore, Laura Cot- tone, Rebbecca Werner, Lynn Wink, Brooke Wittmer, Gena Elpers and Amanda McAlister partici- pated in the Academic Olympics. Mater Dei wrestling The Mater Dei High School varsity wrestling team completed its season placing sixth in the IHSAA state fi- nals. Mater Dei's Scott Rogge and Brad Folz placed sixth. Kevin Head placed second in the state. Music competition Krysti Kite, Jay Cartwright, Anne Stofleth, Mark DeCamps, Kellie Scott, Amy Frey, Angela Hartmann and Severin Kempf, all students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, received division II ratings in solo and ensemble competition at the University of Evansville. Kirby Goedde and Kellie Scott advanced to state com- petition in divison I. Mater Dei's percussion en- semble also advanced to state. Ensemble members include Ryan Muensterman, Ryan Frey, Elizabeth Verkamp, Lauren Brady, Rick Stevens, Roger Nurnbern, JasOn Seng, Scott Mayer, Mark DeCamps and Andy Hart. DloceSe establi it, Auxiliary Bishop John G Chedid' 69, of the Brooyn N,Y,,, based Maronit Eparchy of St Mar0n; ai appoin first bishop Ofe new Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon of:Los Ange!esi: as it has been forma!ly nam : and the p Medicine" recently pub,  ] fished hy Harper San Fram] cisco, details the results of[ more than 130 scientific] studies on the effects ofl :More t h