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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ! i i/i! ! ; < :>.4: Bulletin Board guidelines, in brief: Submit items in writing, a week before the desired publica- tion date (always on Friday). Gen- erally, items for specific events are published twice before the event or registration deadline. Final selec- tion and frequency is subject to editorial judgment. Mail or Fax items to Sister Mary Etta Kiefer, The Bulletin Board, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169. General Interest Barbecue and silent auction festival July 26, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with big dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. St. John the Apostle Church Youth Outreach Committee, 617 Bellemeade Ave., Evansville, is sponsoring the event to fund a game-room on church grounds for use by downtown area youth. Co- sponsors are the Black Chamber of Commerce, Citizen's Bank, Bombay Studio, and TV channels 14, WFIE and 44, WEVV. Barbe- cued mutton, pork, chicken, Pol- ish sausage and cheeseburgers on the corner of Garvin St. and Belle- meade Ave. Ten Hoosier Lottery tickets will be given away each half hour. To be auctioned are items from Radisson Hotel, Gilbert's Department Store, Escalade Sporting Goods, B & M Electronics, Sears, Barb's Variety Shop, Red Geranium Restaurant, Sam's Wholesale, Best Buy, and Subway. Live entertainment will include the Nia Dancers, an African American youth dance troop and a live Karaoke contest. Abig dance, 9 p.m. to i a.m., in St. John's educational center will feature Miss Betty as D.J. Mater Dei volleyball camp July 28 through 31, 9 a.m. to noon. Registration is Monday, July 28, 8 a.m. Mater Dei football camp July 29 to August 31, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. !8 a.m. Tuesda), for all Mater Dei f'eeder school students, grades 5 to 8. $15 per camper. Bring gym or lbotb:d', 'hoes, gym shorts and T- },.ir.. ':,d, "rod helmets furnished. }m'.., c, a', ailable after each ses- s. " lact athietic office. ;812} 322-2:;i2 ,; cachvs Mike Goebe}, iT.-:!)i,!L i)arin Knigbt. .!64- 5z; ; -h,}m Goebet, 476-6341 or Kli:, :daurer, 96:-5276. Campus clean-up August 2, 7:3t; a.m. to noon at Mate)" Dei High School, 1300 Harmony Way, Evansville, sponsored by Mater Dei Friends and Alumni Associa- tion. Please bring lawn equip- ment, rakes, trimmers, other tools. Refreshments provided. For information call Joe Berendes, 812) 963-1985. Gibault School for Boys fund raiser Aug. 10 at G.D. Ritzy's Restaurants, 601 N. Green River Rd., 4801 University Dr., and 4320 N. First Ave., Evans- ville. A percent of sales that day will go to the school. This event is sponsored by Knights of Colum- bus, Councils 565, 7544, 8746, and Fourth Degree Assembly 0255. Public invited. First annual reunion, St. John School Friends and Alumni Association, Aug. 30, 2 p.m. in St. John the Baptist Church, 625 Frame Rd., New- burgh. Celebration will begin with Mass and a reception will follow. If you are a graduate of St. John and did not receive your invitation, call Tammi Dant, (812) 853-5722, or Judy Lopez, 853-5864 at once. Rummage and bake sale Sept. 6, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., St. James Church, Haubstadt. From noon to 1 p.m., all you can put in our rummage bags, $2 per bag. Tables to rent for $10 each for selling your own items. School desks for sale at Nativity parish. Three sizes available: 23-inch, 26-inch and 29-inch. Good space for kid's homework and school supplies. Call Janet, (812) 476-7186. Mass for the Deaf with ASL interpretator every Sat- urday, 5 p.m., Nativity Church, 3635 Pollack Ave., Evansville. Bible study and discussion group every first and third Sat- urday, 3 to 5 p.m., with pot- luck supper at 6 p.m. Hearing people interested in sign lan- guage are welcome. For more information call Mary Jane Rhodes, (812) 476-4646, voice or TTY. Date changed for Big Bingo: Sunday, October 26, for the Big Bingo Spectacu-" lar. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., Vanderburgh auditorium Gold Room. 5:30 p.m. seated dinner; 6:30 to 9 p.m., Bingo, games, entertainment. 20 games, guaranteed total "pots" rang- ing from $300 to $1,000, plus attendance prizes, for total of $10,000 prizes. Tickets $50 per person; $400 table of 8. Make checks payable to Evansville Catholic High Schools. Sponsored by Hardee's, Ziemer Funeral Homes and Raben Tire. This event will benefit Mater Dei and Memorial high schools. Fortieth reunion, Memorial class of '57, October 24 and 25. Bonfire and wiener roast on the banks of Ohio River Friday night. Saturday, golf scramble, luncheon, riverboat excursion, and dinner- dance at Germania Maennerchor. Call Doris Kissel Dillback, (812) 422-5907 or Nancy Braker Hay- den, (812) 477-7597. Mail reser- vations to Dick Roe, 222 S. Red Bank Rd., Evansville, IN 47712. Centennial celebration for St. Joseph School, Princeton, pkmned for 1998. Names and addresses of all who attended St. Joseph anti of those who are friends of the scho(,1, should be sent to SJS Centennial, RO. Box 547, Princeton, IN 47670. Ladies are asked to include maiden name. Contacts are Vickie Schle- huber Davis, (812 385-8656 or Frances Schultheis Greenwell, 385-2802. Classes/Workshops Holy Spirit Workshop August 9, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Holy Name Church, 700 Lincoln Dr., Bloom- field. Facilitators are Jack and Sue Elsaesser of Presentation Min- istries, Cincinnati, whose topic will be To Heal as Jesus Heals. Luncheon will be served in the new building. Prayer for healing the last hour. Public invited. Spiritual Growth Charismatic Mass and Heal- ing Service August 3, Christ the King Church, 3109 Bayard Park Dr., Evansville. Father Noel Mueller, O.S.B. will celebrate. Praimu$ic begins 6:15 p.m. and Mass at 7. Summer Socials St. Benedict, Evansville, July 25 and 26, Friday and Saturday. $3,000 cash raffle drawing 11 p.m., July 26; chicken and roast beefdinners, white ele- phant booth, quilt raffle and fancy quilt raffle, children's games, bible i amusement rides, food booths, games, Chinese auction and crafts. Friday night entertain- ment will be Stickshift USA, offering DJ rock and roll from 60s and 70s. St. Bernard, Rockport, July 25 and 26, Friday and Satur- day. Home-cooked dinners, famous turtle soup, bingo, quilts, Chinese auction, games of chance, classic car give-away (1966 Corvette '427' Roadster). St. Matthew, Mount Vernon, July 27, Sunday. Roast beef din- ners, ll a.m. to 2 p.m. Ten-quilt raffle, special quilt raffle, 5-K run at 6 p.m., autographed baseball raffle, games, crafts, food booths. dunking booth, Chinese auction, country store, cash raffle. Bingo starts about 6 p.m. 5-K run and alk and children's run. 6 p.m. St Joseph, Vanderburgh Coun- t; July 27, Sunday. Chicken din- ners fi'om 11 a.m. served in air-con- ditioned cafeteria. Games, craRs, quilt raffle, food booths. $2,000 given away at 10 p.m. $50 atten- dance prize every hour from 3 p.m.. St. James, Haubstadt, August 3, Sunday. Chicken or beef din- ners, handmade quilts on paddle wheel, country store, Chinese auction, bingo, hourly attendance prizes starting at noon, $1,000 grand prize. Dinners served at 11 a.m. in the new multi-purpose room, seating approx. 600; hand- icapped-accessible. Famous bur- goo will also be served, bring con- tainers. St. Philip, St. Philip, August 9 and 10, Saturday and Sun- day. Barbecue supper Saturday evening 5 to 7:30 p.m.; from 7 to 10, M.B. and The Flips will play. Chicken dinners Sunday, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Carry-outs available. Sunday 3 to 7 p.m., River City Blue Grass Band will play. Hand- made quilts, food booths, rides for kids, bingo, games, and free park- FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. SCHNELLVILLE, IN 389-2418 i ing. Cash prizes drawn Sunday, 10 p.m. First prize, $1,000; sec- ond, $500; third, $250. Four attendance prizes Sat., 7 to 10 p.m.; eight on Sun., 2 to 9 p.m. $25 every hour. Mary, Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Sunday, August 10. Family-style fried chicken dinners with desserts in dining hall, Mariah Hill soup by bowl or bulk (bring containers), ham- burgers, ice cream, drinks, more than 40 quilts, country store, games, bingo and combination raffia. Precious Blood, Jasper, Sun- day, August 17. Annual parish picnic. Family-style chicken/roast beef dinners served in air-condi- tioned cafeteria. Carry-out chick- en dinners available, ttomemade soup, country store, quilts, grand raffle, St. Martin, Whitfield, Sun- day, August 24. Hog roast, dinner. All Saints, Cannelburg, Sat- urday, August 30. Amish quilt auction on grounds of All Saints 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Amish lunches will be served. Amish baked items for sale. Horse and buggy rides, craft booths and free parking. Parish Altar Society quilt raffle. First prize, queen-sized quilt; sec- ond, third and fourth prizes, $100. Fifth prize, 25 lottery tick- ets. Quilt raffle tickets $1 each. Altar Society of St. Mary's will have craft booth. Topic will be need for support and, presented b3 ing and Ec Funeral Homes are reservations Infertility Augmst 5, 7 p.m. Ser,dces ] berry Center, provides peer m facing or inquire call (81 Congestive Heart support 11 a.m., Cardiac Baptist Hospital, 4t St., Evan port and who have en (:all Debbie ttarmOn,' 8792. New Ob support each month Center, Rooms ! Sponsored by Association. (8121 ....... / = Trip Holy RosarY trip to Clarksville, Aunt. portation, Bill Support Groups P griefand bereave- OVI merit program August 4, 6:30 to E 8:30 p.m., Eastside Christian 8 Church, 2001 Bayard Park Dr. WE'RE YOUR #1 CHOICE FOR LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Flexible Payment Plans Many companies to choose from 84 years of experience 1 HELFRICH l/Insurance Agency 1 464-5993 DENNII