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6 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Jul Bulletin Board guidelines, in brief: Submit items in writing, a week before the desired publicatiou date (Fri- days, except for some holidays). Gener- ally, itenls for specific events art" pub- lished twice before the event or res, istration deadline. Final selection and frequency are subject to editorial judgment. All times listed in items are qfl location discussed. Mail or fax items to Sister Mary Etta Kiefer, The Bulletin Board, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169; Fax: (812) 421-1334. General Interest Mater Dei and Memorial bless- ing ceremonies July 7, Bishop Ger- ald Gettelfinger presiding: Mater Dei, 10:30 a.rn.; Memorial 11:15 a.m. Festivities mark $1 million con- struction project. Natural Family Planning intro- ductory sessions, July 9, 7 p.m.; July 19, 2 p.m., St. Mary's Health Matters Center, 3900 Washington Ave., Evansville. To register or for information, call (812) 485-4110. Thirty-first annual bierstube July 16, 17, 18, sponsored by St. Wendel Knights of St. John and Ladies' Aux- iliary. Thursday, free admission, sandwiches / snacks available. Music by DJ Mark Elpers; Friday, Berke- meier Heritage Band; Saturday, Danny Krausz Band. Friday and Sat- urday features whole hog sausage and fried chicken from 5 p.m. Carry- out available. Free bus service and parking. Designated driver program promoted. St. Anthony fiftieth anniversary reunion, class of '48, October 10. Anyone who attended the school and would have been in that gradu- ating class is welcome. Unable to locate these clamates: Alice Becker, Charlotte Dillman, Frances Flail, Marquita Hall and Rosemary Roy. If you have information on these peo- ple or want more reunion informa- tion call Front Wolf, (812) 479-8623 or John D,.'zember, (812) 963-5981. Country line dancing, Thursdays, 7:30 p.m., Good Shepherd activities building, 2301 N. Stockwell Rd., Evansville. Cost is 52 per person. Classes/Workshops Learning Explosion lit, summer learning experience, July 5 to 17, Marian Heights Academy, 812 E. Tenth St., Ferdinand. Explore two subjects of nine: computers, prepara- tion for SAT, math/science and tech- nolog3; calligraphy, baking, oil paint- ing, sign language, basics of electricity, and using a video camera. Field trips, sports, other forms of recreation. $1,000 covers double- occupancy room, all meals. Single rooms, $100 more. Day students, $2=d) including lunches. Call (812) 367- 1431, ext. 2801 or fax (812) 367-2121. Dinners Holy Cross Chicken dinners July 12 to 17, 4 to 9 p.m., air-condi- tioned Activities Building at Gibson County Fair. Also serving pork burgers, chicken nuggets, French fries, beverages. Health Exercise classes Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7 p.m., St. Joseph gym, 600 E. Virginia St., Evansville. Cer- tified instructor. Cost is $2 per night. Step-aerobics and low- impact aerobics. Call (812) 422-5668 or 425-7322 for information. Primetime Fitness exercise video geared to age 50-up, Tuesday and Thursday, 2 p.m., St. Joseph cafeteria, 600 E. Virginia St., Evans- ville. No charge. Includes warm-up and stretching exercises, strength- ening with hand-weights and very low-impact aerobics segment. Can be done seated. Call Judy at (812) 422-5668 or 425-7322. Spiritual growth Hour of Devotion every first Sunday, 2 to 3 p.m. at St. John the Apostle Church, 617 Bellemeade Ave., Evansville. Rosary, devotional prayers. Benediction by Sister of the Blessed Sacrament Jane Nesmith. Summer Socials St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, July 9, 10, 11. 1998 Mercury Moun- taineer, tickets $20 each or three for $50, to be raffled July 11. Fried chicken and chicken and dumpling dinners Friday and Saturday. Celebrity and Chinese auctions, bingo, games, rides, quilt, patio set and grocery raffles. Food booths every night. 00a00per Str00itt anl00 S00opping I u i i I i iih I iiiii I II Ili I I I II I II II II II ' I We've Oor, It i i Thanks to all our clients for- their confidence in Fleck Insurance Agency, Inc. Jasper, Indiana 2128 FirAve ................ 426-2311 $ N, Green River Rxl ............ 4,'-05Zl 1031 Di, araort Ave ............. 426-0011 210 N SI. Jonya Ave ............ 426-1011 19e W Ave .......... 4"77-2711 Mort. -St. 5 am4 pro, Sm, am-I pm II _ _ LI I JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER Christian Books & Gifts Bey & Charlie Mendel, owners (11634-77i 416 JacKson St Jas,lN47546 i iiii i "Something good is right on your way" DELICIOUS DONUTS, CAKES, BAGELS, & COOKIES II I I St. Joseph, Evansville July 9, 10, 11. Chicken and beef dinners Thurs- day and Saturday; fish and ham dinners, Friday. Rides, bingo, Chi- nese auction, country store, raffles and food booths. St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, July 10. Boneless butterfly pork chop or pork burger dinners with desserts, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.; carry- outs available. Note: Corpus Christi social will be July 31, Aug. 1 and 2, not July 12 and 13 as listed previously. Watch future Bulletin Board listings. Holy Cross, Fort Branch, July 13. Father Murphy picnic. St. Theresa, Evansville, July 17, 18 and 19. Chicken and roast beef dinners served cafeteria style, 4 to 7 p.m., no waiting; cash raffle, big Chinese auction under the big top, handmade quilts, rides, games. Sacred Heart, Evansville, July 20. Chicken or ham dinners with dressing, dumplings and all the trimmings, starting 11 a.m. in air- conditioned cafeteria. Carryouts available. Over $19,000 in cash and prizes to be given away. Quilt raffle, refreshments, games; Chinese auction, kids' park and more. Entertainment for all. St. John Chrysostom, New Boston, July 20. Annual summer picnic with roast beef dinners served from 11 a.m, Sandwiches including hamburgers; famous Richard Kapizcka, principal at Rivet High cennes, presents a certificate to Kara Aco pletion of the CPR (Creating Positive abstinence program for middle school st skie and Lita Matick taught the program; ter Gloria Memering is the religion teacher. New Boston soup. Raffle with 95 prizes, games, country store, bingo, paddlewheel. Raffle at 6 p.m. St. Thomas, Knox County, July 20, five miles south of Vincennes, by US 41. Chicken dinners served from 11 a.m., fricassee, hamburg- ers, soft drinks, booths, crafts, bas- ket raffle. Ave., Evansville. al prayers. the Blessed Nesmith. SUppo rt Depressed those depression, 7 p.m. at St. SPiritual gr0h ........ Refreshments2300 Washington Hour of Devotion every first sored by the Sunday, 2 to 3 p.m. at St. Joh n the ciation in Apostle Church, 617 Bellemeade (812) 426-2640. . /:, :iil/i an intimate a television portrait look at a beloved American Churchman._ ,. by those who knew him best Sunday, July 5 on WNIN channel 9 produced by Martin Doblmeier and Frank FroSt and Family Theater Productions in association with Santa Fe Communications  Advertising sponsored by the Catholic Communications Campaign for more information visit: www.bernardin.org L