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7 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana / Dei Scout Troop 185 at Holy Fami- Jasper, received Ad Altare Dei John Boelgin, pastor. They Nick Racicot, Nick Heichelbech, second rozo, Daniel Murphy, John Racicot, third row, Ryan Keller and Drew Schroering. at St. John Couples at St. John the Baptist Church, March anniversaries; Leo and Flo- ester and Helen Todd, 63 years. at St. Wendel at St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel, Adoption" program with the youth ,g to Janice Martin, adult coordinator. "All were invited to pray for a baby in danger of abortion. Our prayers can send special graces to these mothers and fathers t O help .them make a choice for life!" The group is also sponsoring the donation of a dresser filled with new baby items which will be given to Life Choice in Evansville. Happy Birthday! Father John Breidenbach, a priest of the Diocese of Evans- ville on medical leave, celebrates his birthday March 25. Anniversaries of ordination Father Joseph Erbacher, pastor of St. Jmes Church, Haub- stadt, was ordained a priest March 25, 1972. Father James Sauer, pastor of Holy Rosary Church, Evans- ville, was ordained a priest March 25, 1977. St. John's Conference Helen Bennett, Marie and Don Biggs, Kathy and Paul Brown, Vernon Grundman, Richard Vieck, Bob Yochum, Claude Seger, George Kaiser and Ron Shafer are members of the St. Vincent de Paul Conference at St. John the Baptist Church, Vincennes. This parish group meets once a week following hospital visits, nursing home visits and private home visits, Scout Sunday Cubs Scouts and Boy Scouts from Christ the King Church, Evansville, received awards during Scout Sunday in Febru- ary. James Ancona, Todd Born, Alex Bitter, Nathan Bran- don, Grant Geiss and Bennett Hatfield received the Light of Christ award. Walker Bush, Erik Duhn, Andrew Nalin, Aaron Tuley and Alex Wolf received the Parvuli Dei award. James Hubert and Tom Duhn received the Ad Altare Dei award, 52 years Congratulations to Eileen and Anthony Rumlner, parish- ioners at St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, as they celebrate their fifty-second wedding anniversary. Maintenance Al Nation has joined the staff at Holy Spirit Church, Parvuli Dei Members of Cub Scout Pack 185 at Holy Family Church, Jasper, received Parvuli Dei emblems from Father John Boelgin, pastor. They are, front row, Eric Messmer, David Siri, Joe Wagner, Kyle Knust, second row, D.J. Hanselman, Trent Lannon, Ben Werne, David Tucker, third rou; Jared Wagner, Nick Miller, Bernie Kernker, Jonathan Wittmann and Nathan Humbert. Evansville. He is the parish maintenance supervisor. 40 years Congratulations to Jim and Rose Mary Kercher, parish- loners at St. Agnes Church, Evansville, as they celebrate their fortieth anniversary. I I I I I ]  71:[i' I ' ; 'l.ti 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- Subject:. Around the Diocese. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publi- cation. I)n st. Bernard School, Rock- ' COnstruchon,,, according "each classroom in our an IBM Apti- We are now in the to network and having jenna Denstorff, t Hall, Leslie Allison Mesker, Sam- Schnelle, Whitney Beth Cardin, Hage, Chastity Cassie Schentrup, Iames Wein- poems pub- f Poetry by You,g  Westside Catholic sville. ntl ensemble High School stu- at the state Cassie McCord, Halbig, Rachel Verkamp. ' Ennis, enk and Mike Sotolongo, received a Division I rating. The mallet quintet, Michelle Brown, Mar- garet Halbig, Rachel Sammet, Anna Ward and Brian Wildeman, received a DMsion I rating. The large percussion ensemble, Michelle Brown, Anthony Ennis, Blake Goedde, Mar- garet Halbig, Kris Lamb, Aaron Schenk, Mike Sotolongo, John Verkamp, Brian Wildeman and Sheila Wildeman, received a Division I rating. Valerie Murray, Rachel Sammet, Beth Stofleth, Meaghan Topper, Laura Cavera, Roxie Helmer and Natalie Rasler received Division II ratings. Going to state Jeff Gates, a sixth grader at Good Shep- herd School, Evansville, will be competing at the state level of the National Geography Bee. He is the winner of his school's geography bee. On leave Marce Halbig, a teacher at Westside Catholic Consolidated Intermediate School, Evansville, has requested a six to seven week leave. Yvonne Beavin will be taking her place. Academic Super Bowl Members of the .cial studies team on the Academic Super Bowl team at Rivet High School, Vincennes, won first place at March competition in Loog)tee. The team includes Andy Ball, Sara Brand, Brian Logue and Ryan Poole, and is coached by Ralph Holscher. The fine arts and science teams each fin- ished second. Team members include Will Day, Sarabeth Klueh, Brian Logue, Maryanne Meyer and Jennifer Murphy. The English and interdisciplinary teams finished fourth. Students include Corynn Cannon, Jolie DeLisle, Amber Hughes, Chris Stull and Andrew Deal. Art on display Thirteen students at Marian Heights Acad- emy, Ferdinand, have their artwork on dis- play at Vincennes University Jasper Center's Krempp Gallery. They are Chris Riley, Mary McClelland, Kendall Gecsei, Liesl Hickman, Delia DeAvila, Kelly Griese, Sonia Felix, Tifa Davis, Sarah Booher, Amie Keller, Chiae Lee, Karen Vaal and Jennifer Vaal. Science Fair Chris Danesi, Nate Tepool, Ana Lucia Towe, Carolina Ramirez, Mark Murray, Jacob Hofmann, Franny Enzler, Allison Danesl and Amanda Gilles are first place winners in the Science Fair at Holy Rosary. School, Evansville. ISSMA Kyndel Johtson and Angel Rhodes. stu- dents at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, placed first in the ISSMA voice and solo com- petition at the University of Evansville. Samantha Shipman received .cond place ules0000es lzumi Greubel visits with stu- dents at St. James School, llaub- stadt. She spoke with the children about the lifestyles of the Japan- "n ese, including food, clotht D writing styles and customs. The solo/ensemble group, Mirth Wolf, Zachary Neale and .Scan Fischer, .'ond sec- ond in distrk-t The clarinet group. Chris Tuley, Katie Wassmer and Nichole DeHaven, ,i placext second.