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6 The Message.-- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Bulletin Board General Interest National Players, Catholic University of America, Washing- ton, to perform, April 16, "As You Like It," 8 p.m., April 17. "The Grapes of Wrath," 8 p.m. St Bede Theatre. St. Meinrad Seminary. Guest Speaker: Nancy Fowler of Convers. Georgia, to'speak at St. Theresa Church, Evansville. April 17, 7:15 p.m. Barbara 422- 8211. April 18. 7 p.m. Mont- gomery Ruritan Building. Randv 254.4375. Bus transportation to Montgomery from Gibson County area. Reservations: Kathy 779-2141. Steve and Annie Chapman in Concert. Aoril 18, 7:15 p.m., St. John, Newburgh, $5 in advance. $6 at the door and $4 each for groups of 10 or more. Tickets available at area Christian book stores, St, John's. Schnuck's in Newburgh and Plaza Pharmacy Children sitting on laps are free: nurser',' provided. Evansville Choral Artists per- forms the Iohn Rutter Requiem. April 18, 7 p.m.. St. Mary Church, Evansville. Free to pu|- lic. Free-will donations given to the poor of Evansville. March of Dimes Walk Amer- ica. April 18, Vincennes. April 25, Washington. April 24, 10 a.m., Garvin Park, Evansville. May 2, Princeton. Proceeds sup- port March of Dimes and its Campaign for Healthier Babies. Paul Miller: 473-3300. :: r'" "  " Rogation Service, April 20, 7 ' p.m.,Vespers at Monastery Im- maculate Conception. Ferdinand. Mass and Blessing of soil and seeds St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand. Bring soil and seeds to be blessed. Developmental Needs of Teenagers, April 21, 7 p.m., Mater Dei cafeteria, Evansville. Presenter: Fr. Steve Lintzenich. Sponsored by Mater Dei Moms and Dads, Bring your teens. Core,,/and Katja C.erovsek Vio- lin Duo. April 22, 7:30 p.m.. St. iMary'of-the-Woods Cecilican Auditorium. $8 adults; $5.50 se- nior citizens, children and stu- dents with valid IDs. "The Hobhit," presented by Mater Dei High School, Evansville. April 22  24, 7:30 p.m. April 25, 2 p.m. St. Ben's Auditorium, Evansville. $4 stu- dents; $5 adults. Reservations: 426-2258 or 464-0051. Open House at Marian Heights Academy. April 24, 8 a.m. -- : 4:45 p.m. Interested students can take the SSAT. tour campus, participate in an admissions in- terview and spend time with cur- rent students, $4.000 scholar- : ships being offered to two of next ear,s incoming ninth-graders rom Dubois, Spencer or Perry unties. {812) 367-1431 or (800) 626'8792. Win a Drum Vacation, draw- . . . y benefit ar : nurseries, anken- berSe 9s3.i. .... St Melnrad Tri.C0mmunity Choir to perform, April 25, 2:30 p.m,, Archabbey Church. Free; open to the public. C, aedmon Series Presentations on English Literature. April 27, 8 p.m., Newman Conference Cen- ter, St. Meinrad Seminary. Pre- .s enter: Patricia Aakns McDowell, USI instructor of theatre and speech. Free; open to the public. Red Mass. April 29, 8:30 a.m.. St. Mary Church. Evansville. Sponsored by St. Thomas More Society. Main celebrant is Bishop Gettelfinger. Guest speaker: Rabbi Arthur J. Abrams, Temple Adath B'nai Israel Evansville. Project Rachel speaker, April 29. 7 p.m.. St. Theresa cafeteria, Evansville. Speaker '. Blair Raum. to speak on abortion. Question and answer period following. 423-7046. Car Raffle for a 1993 Cutlass Supreme SL. Drawing will be May 7. Only 600 tickets sold: S50 each.-254-6618. Washington Catholic. Rural Volunteer Experience, May 9 -- 15. single Catholic men and women. 18 -- 35. volunteer a week of service to the poor in rural Southern Indiana. Cost: $40. Deadline: May 1. Sister Rose Mary Rexing: 367-1411. Bible Study for the Deaf every Saturday, 4 p.m.. Holy Trinitv Pro-Cathedral, Evansville. Spmi- sor: Catholic Diocese of Evansville. Gospel of John. Cate- chist and interpreter. Total Com- munication Mass at 5 p.m. 476- 7186. Card Parties Christ the King PTA, April 22, 6:30 p.m.; Christ the King School, Evansville. $100 money basket, tasting table, sweets table, Chinese auction, gift cer- tificates and handmade items. Tickets $2 at the door. Parents Night Out Card Part),, April 23, 6:30 -- 10 p.m., St. John, Newburgh. $2.50. Spon- sored by PTSA. Bring your fa- vorite card or board game, Door prizes, attendance prizes, tasting table and sweet tooth table. Bev- erages available. Tickets avail- able at school office. Classes Family and Children's Ser- vices, Evansville. 425-5181. Remarriage: Succeeding the Second Time Around, four Thursdays, April 15 -- May 6, 6  7:30 p.m., $32 per person or $48 per couple. Health Matters Center, Evansville, (812) 479-4110. Mother and Infant care classes, one-session program, April 19, 7  9 p.m. $t0. Regis- tration deadline: April 15. " * Prepared Childbirth, six- week course, April 24 10 a.m. noon, April 26 and 29 7 -- 9 p.m. $40 per couple. Dances St. James PTA Spring Fever Dance, April 24, 8 -- 12 p.m., music by Free Reign. $15 per Hands on First graders at Resurrection School, Evansville, received hands on help from David Seibert. owner of Sycamore Enterprises. person, includes beverages and snacks. Open bar 8 -- 11 p.m. No carry-ins: must be 21 to enter. Advanced tickets only. Ten peo- ple needed to reserve a whole table. Brenda Adler: 963-9169 or Cindy Adler: 768-6166. Mater Dei Booster Club Adult Dance, April 24, 9 p.m. -- 1 a.m. at Mater Dei, Evansville. $10 per couple; everyone invited. Dinners St. Anne Altar Society Sunday Dinner, April 18. St. Joseph school cafeteria, Evansville. Chicken, beef, dumplings, sal- ads, dessert. 11 a.m.  1 p.m. Carry-outs available; bring con- tainers. Sausage and Ham Dinner, April 18, 11 a.m. -- 1 p.m. St. Francis cafeteria, Poseyville. $5 adults; $3 children, Eat in or carry-out. Proceeds go to Katie Stratton, a 10-year-old in need of a bone-marrow transplant, Ad- vance tickets: 874-2881 or 845- 2807, or buy tickets at door. Memorial Athletic Boosters Club Steak Night, April 24, 6 p.m., Memorial cafeteria, Evansville. 8 oz. strip steak, potato, green beans, salad, roll and coffee or tea. $25 per couple. Ray Beckwith: 476-5046; Chuck Ruston: 479-3867; Tony Unfried: 477-3170; Randy Perkins: 477- 9647; Jerry Mattingly: 477-8557. Organizations Ultreya: Resurrection Church, Evansville, Second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. St. John Church, Newburgh. Fourth See BULLETIN paBe 12 MATER DEI mGH SCHOOL .... : PRF-qRNTS HOBBIT" National preschool immunization April 24-30 has been designated National Preschoc munization Week across the state of Indiana. more than one-third of Indiana's preschool-age not age-appropriately vaccinated against preventable hood diseases. These diseases can cause severe symptoms and to serious complications, such as pneumonia, brain damage and even death. To be fully protected,: dren should complete the basis series of against preventable childhood diseases by age two. "All Their Shots While They're Tots" is Indiana's The goal is to increase immunization rates from the rate of 53 percent to 90 percent for all Indiana their second birthday by the year 2000. The Vanderburgh County Health Department will two public immunization clinics in addition to the i monthlv clinics. They will be held April 27 from 1-7 and April 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Civic ministrative Building, Room 129. Immunizations children of all ages are invited to attend. Parents company children with the child's shot rd. Buehlers I.G.A. "THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SOURCE OF SAVINGS" QUALITY FOODS AND MEATS Also Huntingburg and Oakland City BECHER & KLUESNER FUNERAL HOME Downtown Chapel, 214 E. 7th North Chapel, 33rd Newton KREMPP WHOLESALE B TRIBUTION & GE YARD 482-1961 LUMBER' SERVICE. Ph: 482-1125 DIRECTOR FOR FORM00 The Diocese of Lafayette-In-Indiana is seeking a Director for the Pastoral Office for Formation. As the BishoP's Cabinet, responsibilities include an office directed to carry-out the Bishop's vision of Formation. Areas of responsibilities include: mental preparation; initiation; evangelization; youth ministry and schools. The director will be articulating vision, goals and priorities along with tration and communication for the Pastoral Qualifications include recent Masters in the or theological studies; church leadership expe competitive. Submit resume and references Search Committee, Diocese of P.O. Box 260, Lafayette, IN 47902.