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The Message q for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana July Fabulous Faith Fun in Jasper Sixth graders in the Carol Schuler's religious education class at St. Joseph Church, Jasper, recently organized and operated game booths which tested their knowledge of reli- gion and their physical skills. The "Fabulods Faith Fun" games included "Hop Along to Heaven," with students being offered choices which answered moral dilemmas. Wise choices gave them the chance to move toward "heaven" on the hop- scotch board. "When the Saints Go March- ing In" was a take-off on the TV game Jeopard): Students had to answer questions about saints. "Religion basketball" was based on questions from the Children's Catechism. The cor- rect answers earned the chance to make free throws. "This was a GREAT activity," writes Carol Schuler. "The kids planned and carried it out." Sixth graders Lindsey Howard and Alicia Small display mate- rials for the "Saints Go March- ing In" game, held during the Fabulous Faith Fun" day at St. Joseph Church, Jasper. Nick Ariens is quizzed by Amber Pierce during the Religion Bas- ketball game, held for sixth graders at St. Joseph Church, Jasper. ::, J, TEC #28 Participants in Teens Encounter Christ weekend #28 include, from left, front row, Lori Tischendorf, Rachel Bradley, Michaela Knies, Dan Rice, Jeff Goebel, Scott Richardville, Kelly Seib, Zach Etienne; sec- ond row, Sarah Lueken, Philip Zenthoefer, Leanne Bauer, Brad Hardesty, Ben Joergens, Amy Kamuf, Stacey Euler, Natalie Deer, Jamie Hall, Carrie Banet, Michael Halter; third row, Klint Schwenk, Carol Smith, Ken Smith, Judy Vindhurst, Cindy Montgomery, Barb Meny, Lucy Will, Patty Maurer, Jamie Dunkelbarger, Jessica Reising, Matt Miller, !ilk,: 7,, :   :! i  Msgr. C.A. Schlachter, Laura S row, Teresa Balbach, Mary Balbach, Balbach, Erica Smith, Becky Meny, Sergesketter, Nick Seger, Susan Re Stephanie Betz, Lori Obert, Staci Elaine Spalding, Sharon Vogler; fifth: Mark Seib, Randy Folz, Casey Olsq Bradley, Shannon Walsh, Tom Charles Marks, Paul Lira, Alex Roger Hopf, Heather BlackgroVe Norma Jean Folz. The TEC held June 13,14 and 15 at Holy Rosa Church, Evansville. BUILDING SAVINGS BANK, FSB 200 E. Van Trees SI., Washington 500 Main St., Petersburg Wal.Mart SuperCenter 401 North 8urkhardt Road Ph: 812-471-8797 Evansville, IN 47715 Fax: 812-471-8166 More Than just Charles H. Browning "Family Owned and Operated Since 1954" - Founder We would be honored by your presence at our Open House 738 Diamond Avenue Evansville, Indiana ,,... ................ C 2nd generation Jean Browning-Hester "" ,nd Jacob Browning-Hester and Paw Paw Browning Generations to Come! Sunday, July 12, 1998 11:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. The Browning Family and Staff invite you to 2 our Open House in Celebration of the CompleflOtt of our New Addition to ihe funeral home. The Public is Invited 425-2896 "Professionol Tenderness with a Distinctive Difference" i i 7 /! . \>,,