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U .................... May1 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Outpost: Still a few spaces There are just a few spaces left at the Outpost for fifth and sixth grade boys and girls, and also a few for seventh and eighth grade boys and girls, ac- cording to Mike Eppler, dioce- san director of youth and young adult ministry. Eppler said, "The Outpost is two and a half days of adven- ture, friendships and commu- nity. Junior high youth spend time camping and having fun while spending time with young adults who are discerning their relationship with God." Activities include swimming, volleyball, morning prayer, a washer tournament, Mass, great food, and evening prayer by the lake. The camping expe- rience is an opportunity to "make a lot of new friends from across the Diocese of Evansville," Eppler said. Eugene Schmitt, a member of St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel, is the camp director. Schmitt is a seminarian for the diocese, studying at Sacred Heart Semi- nary, Hales Corner, Wisc. _ Andrea "Andie" Herr is the program director. She is a member of St. John Church, Newburgh, and a sophomore at Brescia College, Owensboro, Ky., where she is pursuing a degree in religious education. Herr is also a member of the board of the diocesan-wide Teens Encounter Christ. Staff members are Don Lampkin and Shannon Walsh. Lampkin is a recent graduate of Ball State University and is entering the Lay Ministry pro- gram at St. Meinrad School of Theology this fall. He is a mem- ber of Corpus Christi Church, Evansville, and a graduate of Mater Dei High School. Walsh is a member of St. John Church, Newburgh, and attends college at Steubenville, Ohio. He will coordinate music and song time. The camp fee for the three- day session is $48 -- which covers transportation to and from the Outpost, meals, staff and materials. For more information, con- tact Marcella Meredith, (812) 424-5536, or (800) 637-1731. Pharm; Historic St Boniface o &apos;* " • Ltnlzenich & R WeW [ al WE RENT H OSPITAL E Summer Socz I-: , < . ' , 21.25.43lN 418 N. WABASH AVENUE • SUNDAY MAY 21 .=. . 14oo There will be family style chicken and roast beef dinners served from 10:30 to 1:00 in our air-conditioned auditorium. Carry-outs are available. $1500 in Total Prizes to be given away at 9:00 p.m. 1st Prize- $500.00 $25.00 attendance prizes all day long. BINGO from 2:00 to 8:30 p.m. • Hamburgers • Polish Sausage • Ice Cream • Fries • Beef & Chicken • Carryouts Available • Kids Rides • B.B.Q. • Soft Drinks • Bingo- 12 Quilts • Chinese Auction :• Family Style Dinners On Evansville's Great West Side Visit Grotto/Crypt Altstadt Office City Lefty and Mark 700 N. MAIN 425-3393 RibseChicken PorkeBeef. Inside DiningeBurgoo Complete Carry-Out Service CLOSED ON MONDAYS 425-1616 3119 W MARYLAND Funeral Homes |1111 ii i TIRE CENTER 'rTYflING TO LIVS: SINC[ 1918 REIS ,,.L LSGN.NT TIRES ....c,. OISl' RIUT OR F Ogl ' EIE F kqM SEPNtCE  425-2229 ANNIVERSARY O 1913-1994 RF.AL 'S7"4TE - INSIIRANCF. PIEI Funeral 423.6471 2601 Resident Remodeling - Licensed Bonded 421°9201 Insured %•