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6 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Agust 21, Guidelines: Submit items in writ- ing, a week before desired publication date (Fridays, except for some holi- days). Generally, entries are published twice before the event or registration deadline. Selection and frequency are subject to editorial judgment. All times listed are local. Mail items to Sister Ma w Etta Kiefer, The Bulletin Board, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724- 0169; Fax: (812) 424-0972. General Interest Natural Family Planning intro- ductory session August 23, 2 p.m., St. Mary's Health Matters Center, 3900 Washington Ave., Evansville. To register or for information, call (812) 485-4110. Shooting Match, SL Nicholas, Santa Claus, held ,t St. Meim-ad K of C, Sunday, Aug. 23. First place $1,000; second, one-halt beef, with beef and pork choices to follow. Open shoot for hams and cash begins at 1 p.m.; closed match starts at 4 p.m. Raffles, children's games, fried chicken, hamburgers, deserts and more. Reunion of Mater Dei class of 1983 October 17, 6 p.m. to mid- night, Days Inn, 5701 Highway 41 N, Evansville. For information call Stacey Stevenson, (812) 426-0241 or Shari (Unfried) Seitz, 468-4160. Classes/Workshops Weekend course, Founda- tional Theology, offered by St. Meinrad School of Theology August 29-30, October 10-11 and November 7-8; 9 to 11:45 a.m. and 1:30 to 4 p.m. Satur- days; and 10:45 a.m. to noon, 1:30 to 4 p.m. Sundays. Dr. Mor- ris Pelzel will explore the Gospel, conversion and disci- pleship, revelation, Scripture and tradition, and other topics. Graduate level, three hours, at $224 per credit hour, $149 per audit hour. Contact Registrar, (812) 357-6561 or (800) 634-6723. Comfortmaker Heating And Cooling Equipment Remarkable Technical Innovations And High Energy Efficiencies Outstanding Quality Backed By Excellent Limited Warranties A Complete Line Of Furnaces Heat Pumps And Air Conditioners Dinner-theater The Parish Council Murder is the title of the dinner theater presenta- tion September 12 and 13 at Holy Cross school cafeteria, Fort Branch. Doors open at 6 p.m.; hers d'oeu- vres at 6:30. Five-course meal with wine. Adults only admission: $20 per person. Call (812) 753-4197. Fundraisers New Mater Dei and Memorial monthly lottery, drawings last Monday every month. Need not be present to win. $100 membership fee for full year buys 48 chances to win in 1998-99. Every month, prizes will be: $10,000; $1,500; $1,000; $500. First drawing announced Septem- ber 19 at Mater Dei and Memorial auction. Only 3,000 tickets will be sold. If all tickets not sold, prizes will be adjusted. Shawn/Steve Eickhoff or Kathy/Tim Hubert, (812) 475-7869. Half-pot bingo every Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m., St. Agnes smoke-free school cafeteria, 1620 Glendale Ave., Evansville. Health Exercise classes Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7 p.m., St. Joseph gym, 600 E. Virginia St., Evansville. Cer- tified instructor. $2 per night. Step- aerobics and low-impact aerobics. Call 422-5668 or 425-7322. Primetime Fitness exercise video geared to age 50-up, Monday and Wednesday, 10 a.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 2 p.m., St. Joseph cafete- ria, 600 E. Virginia St., Evansville. No charge. Includes warm-up and stretching exercises. Can be done seated. Call Judy at (812) 422-5668 or 425-7322. Parish socials St. Vincent de Paul, Vincennes, August 23. Highland Woods on Hart St. Chicken dinners from 11 a.m., Pork Producers' sandwiches, fricassee, hamburgers, bingo, tips, and many children's games. St. Martin, Whitfield, August 30. Annual hog roast, pork and beef dinners, 11 a.m. to I p.m. Adults $5, children $3. All Saints, Cannelburg, Septem- ber 5, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Amish quilt auction on grounds of All Saints. Amish lunches served and Amish baked goods for sale. Craft booths and free parking. Parish Altar Soci- ety quilt raffle. First prize, queen- sed quilt; second, third and fourth prizes, $100. Fifth prize, 25 lottery tickets. Quilt raffle tickets $1 each. Altar Society of St. Mary's will have craft booth. September 13, Sunday, St. Mary, Ireland Family-style chicken and beef dinners, soups, games, coun- try store, 88 quilts, novelties, bingo. Grand prize: eight days in Hawaii for 4 (airfare, accommodations, transportation included), Or $3,500 cash. $3,000 other cash prizes. Good grounds, plenty of parking. St. Bernard, Snake Run, Sep- tember 13. Chicken dinners 11 a.m. to 3 p.m Carry-outs available. Food and craft booths, raffles, games. spiritual Groh ............. Holy Hour for vocations, August 23, 4 to 5 p.m. Chapel of the Little Sisters of the Poor, 1236 Lincoln Ave., Evansville. The Holy Hour for vocations is held monthly, every fourth Sunday. suppo00.Gr0ups ............ TOUGHLOVE support group for parents troubled by their youth's behavior, Tuesdays, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Bradford Pointe Apts. Community Room, 1680 E. Franklin St., Evansville. Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Men- tal Health Association in Vander- burgh County. Call (812) 425-2640. Families Facing Cancer, spon- sored by American Cancer Society and Deaconess Hospital for persons with cancer, their families and friends. Meetings for education and group sharing fourth Wednesday of each month (third in November) in Room B201, Deaconess Hospital. Call (812) 424-8281, (812) 426-3036, or (800) 334-9224. Youth .... Youth' Mass l third Sunday of every month at 6 p.m., Resurrec- tion Church, Evansville. Fellow- ship following the Mass with great music by the youth led by Gary O'Neil. !i! : ! 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