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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I 7 the Diocese 00erra Awards Presented Se_rra Awards for 1992 have presented to students in 16 area parishes and at Catholic Consolidated in Evansville. Awards also been given to students the two Evansville high schools. :The awards are given to eighth and high school students exhibit outstanding service the Church through the year. Award winners include: Daniel Jones, David Jones, radley Paul, St. Matthew, Stephens, St. Boniface, Evansville; Jason King, St. An- thony, Evansville; Amy Lehman, Erin Zenthoefer, Brad Dick, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville. Mater Dei High School win- ners included Greg Kaiser, Mike Knapp, Shannon Beard, James Townsend, Eric Folz, Valorie Itirsch, Keith Martin, Jennifer Hartlein, Kristan Weber, Amy Happe, Jamie Knapp, Dava Lintzenich, Julie Byrley, Diane Filbert, Malissa Moore, Jeff Bone, John Clements, Jason Reis- ins, Caleb Wathen and Cary Wagner. Memorial High School win- ners included Judy Canlas, Erica 0unt Vernon; Engelland, Bryan Sisson, Betsy Edward Byrne, St. Anthony; Smith, Steven Tweddell and [Kelly Kopatich, Melanie JasonZabka. 8iehausl Jennitbr Bohn, Melissa Newburgh;'Uttn' St. John tile Baptist, Happy Birthday! Clarissa Baumgart, Crystal Father David Fleck of St. Vansville; assmer, Holy Spirit, Philip Church, St. Philip, cele- [ jeremy Aydt, Cheryl Wassmer, brates Iris birthday July 20. . Francis Xavier, Poseyville i Julie Gubler, Michelle Kores- el, Chris Goergen, St. Theresa, " 'ansville; Lori Lemey, Kelly Mont- I mlery, Sts. Peter and Paul, ubstadt; Brian Peele, Leah Hurm, St. rnard, Rockport; Rachel Heaton, Mark Flittner, ( trist the King, Evansville; Andria Luigs, David Beyerst- edt, St Philip, St. Philip; . Curtis Knapp, Shelly Steckler, t. James, St. James; prEric Wolsing, St. Joseph, inceton; i(Sandy Hall, Mark Palmenter, enneth Dilger, Kenneth Bar- W, Emily Abaray, Katie Matt Langford, Holy Evansville; Father Kenneth Walker, Adju- tant Judicial Vicar in the Dioce- san Tribunal, celebrates his birthday July 22. Holy Family's Sodality Pam Schwenk is president of the Ladies Sodality at Holy Fam- ily Church, Jasper. Other officers include Nancy Kluesner, vice- president; Sandy Morton, secre- tary; Helen Vonderheide, trea- surer; Barbara Balka, membership chairman, and Alene Frank and Elaine Prechtel, district representatives. Dean, Renee Schofield, Holy Name oily Sandwell, Barry Cox, fine Aldenderfer, Holy Re- eeraer, Evansville; officers at Daniel Engler, St. Agnes, Vansville; St. Ah ,, , , , ,-,n,..ony Five parishes were represented at Westside Catholic Consoli- Glen Knies is president of the rioted School. Serra Club award Holy Name Society at St. An- irlners include Jeremy Jackson, thony Church, St. Anthony. Leon ,t. Joseph, Evansville; Matthew Thewes is vice-president. Mark aehman, St. Agnes, Evansville; Dilger is secretary and Jerry Pat- 'aniel Lintezenich, Angela ton is treasurer COME TO OUR Parish elections at Sacred Heart Parishioners at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, who were recently elected to serve on the parish council include Valerie Grumleaux, Antionette Sievera, Phillip Pierpont and Thomas Blair. James Niehaus Jr. was chosen to serve on the Catholic School Board and Janine Curry and Margy Sweigart were chosen to serve on the Religious Education Board. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, celebrating July wed- ding anniversaries: James and Darlene Laue, 43 years; Bill and I OLD FASHIONED, COUNTRY STYLE ANNUAL SUMMER SO( HAL St. Joseph Church, St. Joseph, Indiana R.R. 4, 5 miles northwest of Evansville, Highway 65 Sunday JULy 26 , Try our old fashioned chicken dinners in our air-conditioned cafeteria. Served family-style beginning at 11 a.m. Hand Made Quilts Crafts Games Public Party- Refreshments $2,500 TO BE GIVEN AWAY! $50 ATTENDANCE PRIZE GIVEN AWAY EVERY HOUR FROM 3 P.M. Alma Greenwell, 56 years; Bob and Jane Schulze, 42 years; Bill and Lee Lennon, 61 years; Joe and Estelle Riley, 59 years. Floats Win awards Two floats with ties to the Dio- cese of Evansville won awards in Evansville's Freedom Festival Parade June 27. Members of the Knights of Columbus sponsored a float that was a replica of Columbus' flag- ship, the Santa Maria. Nine councils and the Fourth Degree assembly participated in the pro- ject. The councils included: Evansville 7544, Boonville 10257, Evansville 565, Haubstadt 2215, Henderson 1320, Morgan- field 1004, Newburgh 8746, Princeton 1131, Uniontown 1367 and Msgr. A.J. Springier Assem bly 6253 of Evansville. The float was awarded the. Tri-State Award. The Discover Catholic Schools Float received the Henson Award. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Paul and Betty Wolf, 44 years; Dan and Eva Cronin, 43 years; Paul and Rose Stofleth, 45 years; Earl and Lillian Schneider, 50 years; Arthur and Agnes Shaw, 56 years. DCNHS appointment Sister Mary Frances Loflin, D.C., has been appointed presi- dent of the Daughters of Charity National Health Systems. She currently serves as president of St. Vincent Hospital in Birming- ham, Ala. "Sister Mary Frances is won- derfully qualified for this impor- tant new assignment and has own region's love and support," said Sister Veronica Ann Brown, D.C.. board chairman at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. i ii I Garden Patch is open for business The annual Garden Patch Project, which is sponsored by Catholic Charities, is once again open for business. The project is operating on Mondays through August 26 at St. Mary Church at 609 Cherry Street in downtown Evansville. The program offers donated fresh produce to elderly and low-income families at a minimal cost. Distribution begins at 11 a.m.; registration begins at 10:45 a.m. Donations of fruits and vegtables may be taken to the dis- tribution sites. The following churches will also accept do- nations; parish contact persons are listed: St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh, Connie Schnapf; St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel, Joe Blankenberger; St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, Gil Fehren- bacher; St. Francis Xavier Church, Poseyville, Bill Williams;; St. John Church, Daylight; Cel Jarboe; St. James Church, St. James, Clarence Reising; Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Haubstadt, John Spindler; Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, Beth S:hmitt; Holy Rosary Church, Evansville, Tom ms; St I" 'tip ('l,,,,ch, , r'hilip; Holy ,:,  h]c,tl,, (;htlttli, Evansville.