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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Eagle Scout Brian Wildeman, a junior at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has received his Eagle Scout award. He is the son of Tom and Carla Wildeman. His project involved design- ing, constructing and land- scaping the Mater Dei logo into landscaping at Mater Dei High School. Feasibility Study at St. Agnes l A&apos; Gettelfinger has given permission for a Evansville, according to Father school building has been down, there about building something to permission from the bishop to begin what is called a 'feasibility study. The purpose of the study is to take a good hard look at our own needs and devise'a plan to meet them." A series of meetings will be scheduled for parishioners to "air their thoughts, ideas and recommendations in formulat- ing this plan." Anniversaries of ordination Father Eugene Schroeder, pastor of St. Theresa Church, Evansville, currently on sabbatical, was ordained a priest April 27, 1979. Father William Traylor, temporary administrator at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, was ordained a priest April 30, 1976. Benedictine Father Gregory Chamberlin, pastor of St. Benedict Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 2, 1965. Happy Birthday! Father William Traylor, temporary administrator at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday May 2. Father Theodore Tempel, pastor of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday May 3. Certification Beth Carlin, a parishioner at St. Agnes Church, Evans- ville, has completed her life insurance certification and licens- ing examination required by. the state of Indiana to sell pre- arranged funeral arrangements. She is a pre-planning consultant with Ziemer Funeral Homes in Evansville. 40 years Congratulations to Herman and Betty Merkley as they cel- ebrate their fortieth wedding anniversary. They are parish- ioners at St. Peter Celestine Church, Celestine. 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- ville.net. Subject: Around the Diocese. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before pub- lication. Tony York, Robert Goiec, Ben Phelps, Jostma Kormeiink. Kvie Hinton and Luke Alvev carry toys, books and they are donating to the shelter at the YWCA. They are Ann kampkins. They are third graders at Holy Spir- -. The donation was part of their almsgiving during .t. in Rockport of the junior high students at St. Bernard equipped with the eMate 300 lap- to Stan Coy, principal. be available for the students to use r @ill be just like textbooks." a compact computer built by Apple that to do word processing, add drawings or do math calculations, hook data to Macintosh or PC format, of the eMate 300 is its capa- put into type the user's own hand- t between $700 and $800. Coy said purchased through a "very generous a student at Mater Dei High School, named an "Outstanding math/sci- 'ience nominee" in the Tandy Technology Jeremy Herrmann, Teresa Lutz and l certificates from the program. !, i grade at Christ the King Jill Titzer is on maternity leave. Library Week Students at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, have enjoyed Library Week this week. At vary- ing times of the da; the bell has been rung and students "stop whatever they are doing and read for 15 minutes." said Ann Friedman, principal. On "Don't snicker at reading!" day, each *tudent received a ,micker's bar. The students were Math winners Veronica Bradford, Ben Paciorkowski, Sarah Head and Joey Hayden are first place winners in the "Problem of the Day" math contest at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon. Grand prize Marie Coomes, a fifth grader at St. Benedict School, Evansville, is tile grand prize winner ,n the l'hrittv Nickel \\;d Contest. $600 Members of the Odyssey of the Mind team at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, received the Ranatra Fusca Creativity Award during state competition. Team members include Liesl Hickman, Kelly Griese, Mary Dempsey, Esterina Pericolosi, Melissa McMahon and Bridgett Bawcum. Student Council Kerri Crowdus, Laura Raben, Nathan Dosher, Jessie Ruminer, Emily Raben, Sarah Schneider, Brandon Head, Daniel Schellerand Katelyn Matt are April Student Council representatives at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. Best ads : Mandv Steinback. Kelly McRevnoids, Codv Reddington, Dusin Slaton ,-too Sam *A'itdeman are  cp.crs ,l :e 7h.,'.'.v, \\;icktq Dtrvi?>ap-aC ,:o!r:sl hc'. rc-.rt'c:c.,'..ts .r Westside Cathotic Conso}idaled Schooi, Evansviile. Please send iniormation for SCHOOl.: NOTEBOOK to Ma D" Ann Hughes, 1he Message, i:O. Box 4169; Evansville. IN 47724. The e-mail address is message@evansville.net. Subject: SCHOOL NOTEBOOK. The deadline for copy is q a.m. the Friday before publi- cation. Claire Will, Lindsey Zi|iak, Laura Adl,r d Ben n, gling play a stock rket game to learn more about business ownership d profits and losses, They are fourth graders in Monica Johnson's class at St. James School, Haubstadt. . Odyssey of the Mind. Math-a-thon Students at St. Joseph School, Princeton, have donated $355.08 to St. Jude's Children's Hospital through money collected in their Math-a-thon. Forensics Marian Heights Academy stu- dents Liesl Hickman and Tract Hickman were named second alternates in the duo interpretation category during the state forensics .,mctionai meet. MHA students Thevi Jackson and Nicole Frey were named third alternates. At a meet at Castle High School, Pare Kelsey, Aran Mordoh, Amy Krug and Lucinda Steele tied for fifth place in the prose category. Angela Davis finished fourth in the impromp- tu category. Billboard Katelvn Hartz, a irt <r,der .t Resurrection Scimoi, Evansville, wilt haxe her design disia', (i on a biilb;ard .,po.nsore b' Operation Citx Beautifui. She i-, the winner of the K-2 category m tlelr billboard ctmte,t. PaireLi up xx itt one ,mother tt*r . n,m,> to a aoa0 donattcm Ironl u)e t14111! -:;ODJ)Oa.,!t "Team Up with a Good Book!" , ,: , ..... :',>,\>' ,e' v:;>:; ,::::<..,:c, ::. :, :.<::.a., da,: Holy Redeemer School, Evansytlte, Stuffed animals filled the c!ass: ,-en repaired and a new rt will be inStalh_Kt. rooms on 'Cuddle tip \\;vith ,1 :aood book'," day.