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lics of Southwe 00I!45 C gh h e19 pl athol c h, sc o, sen,ors w,II rece,v 15 omas II I,,M RYANN HUGHES receive their diplomas from Barbara Graham, a member Graduation begins at 7:30 p.m. class valedictorian, and Chris- l'l Message staff writer Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger of the academy's class of 1982, in the high school gym. tine Dutkosky is salutatorian . J| ::i! and Tom Brouillette, president will be the guest speaker. Brandi Nicole Stallman is One-hundred-twenty-seven | 'hundred-nineteen se- of the Catholic School Board. Graduation begins at 2 p.m. Washington Catholic's 1995 seniors at Mater Dei High t ]]'[ y!ll receive their high Graduation begins at 7 p.m. and will be held in the chapel valedictorian, and Julia Marie School, Evansville, will receive I !diplomas this ear in and will be held in St John at Immaculate Conception Dayton is salutatorian 10ur C Y " " atholic high schools Church, Vincennes. Another will graduate from [eights Academy, a atholic high school by the Benedictine nd. ceremonies in begin in Vincennes ty seniors will Catholic high school sen,ors w rece,ve 995 diplomas their 1995 diplomas on May Monastery. This year's graduation cere- 28, at a 4 p,m. ceremony in by parishes in the RiOt's valedictorian is Joy Jackson and Viola Coul- monies for the 156 seniors at Vanderburgh Auditorium. Michael Mouzin, and Amy Hal- ter are the top two students in Memorial High School, Bishop Gettelfinger will con- ter is salutatorian. On May 27, 26 seniors at Marian Heights Academy, Fer- dinand, will received their 1995 diplomas. Benedictine Sister Mary Cheryl Uebelhor, academy president, will be handing out the diplomas. this year's class at the academy. Washington Catholic High School, Washington, will also hold graduation ceremonies on May 27. Bishop Gettelfinger will be conferring the diplomas to the 16 graduating seniors. Evansville, will be held at 1:30 p.m., May 28, at Vanderburgh Auditorium in downtown Evansville. Bishop Gettelfinger will hand out diplomas, and Wil- fred C. Bussing III will be guest speaker. Jason Funk is fer the diplomas. Dr. H. Ray Hoops, president at the Uni- versity of Southern Indiana, will be the guest speaker. Leanna Werner is Mater Dei's valedictorian, and Heather Kleinschmidt is salu- tatorian. MICHAEL MOUZIN BRANDI STALLMAN LEANNA WERNER ed? Suicidal? Feeling Hopeless? THE HELP LINE 1-800-8.52-7279 er I00E, confidential assessments and help! rtAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER HOSPITAL (812) 254-2641 SAVINGS BANK, FSB 200 E. Van Trees St., Washington 500 Main St., Petersburg i i ii  HAUBSTADT ELECTRIC Licensed Bonded Insured Industrial, Commercial and Residential P.O. Box 405 TONY NAZARIO Haubstadt, IN 47639 812-768-5207 1-800-766-2787 Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a Multi- Coordinator to serve as a resource and consultant to parishes, and cultural groups that are seeking to initiate or enhance ministry. This position will serve as staff to the Multi-Cultural and assist with the planning and implementation of multi- throughout the Archdiocese. Emphasis is placed on enabling agencies and cultural groups by providing information, guid- and encouragement. Requirements include a master's degree or eperlenco in theology, divilFlty, scripture or a related field as well as ePerienee in administration ad coordination. A deep personal faith knowledge of the various ministries of the Catholic Church are nee- inganizing people and resources is also essential We offer corn- and excellent benefits, including health insurance and a Plan. Please send resume and salary history, in confidence, to: Ed laskson Director, Human Resources The Archdiocese of Indianapolis " " P.O. Box 1410 Indianapolis, IN 46206 c?Yo00 00/ioniay. . . Record Tootsie Roll Drive reported A new record for the amount of money collected for the retarded children of the area was established, ac- cording to the newsletter of the Knights of Columbus, Father Nicholas A. Hassel Council No. 1131 in Prince- ton. The total is not yet final, but the amount will be "well over $4,000," the newsletter reported. Celebrating Providence Shrine anniversary A celebration honoring the seventieth anniversary of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Providence at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods will begin in the Church of the Im- maculate Conception, Sunday, May 21, at 1:30 p.m. Providence Sister Mary Catherine Keene will present a reflection about Mary, the Mother of Jesus. A self-guided pilgrimage booklet will be available , in- cluding reflections on the Old Grotto on the north cam- pus, the Fatima grouping on the Avenue, the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto built in thanksgiving at the end of World War I, the Pieta which is the thirteenth station of the Cross located near the cemetery, Our Lady of Vic- tory in Providence Park, and Our Lady of the Campus in front of Providence Center. Correction: Corpus Christi Social Corpus Christi Church, Evansville, will have its an- nual Summer Social S4kturday, July 8, from 4 to 10 p.m.; and Sunday, July 9, 11 a,m. to 9 p.m. Barbecue pork dinners etc,,featured Saturday; =famous  fried chicken on Sundl The social was omitted from a schedule published May 12. The Message regrets the error.