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Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Service r 2 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana SE James Pfister elected to Foundation board JAMES PFISTER James Pfister has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Catholic Foundation of South- western Indiana. He and his wife, Jane, are members of Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch. Pfister has served on the parish Finance Commission and the School Board at Holy Cross Church. He has also served on the Diocesan Finance Council and on the Board of the Indiana Catholic Conference. He cur- rently serves on the Board of Overseers of St. Meinrad, where he chairs the Finance Commit- tee and is a member of the Endowment Committee. The Catholic Foundation pro- vides a means for parishes, schools and other organizations in the diocese to establish or add to endowments, according to Donna Leader, executive direc- tor. An endowment can be the mechanism for building a solid financial base for the future, she said. Other members of the board of the Catholic Foundation are Robert Koch, Evansville, presi- dent; Bonnie Graham, Washing- ton, vice president; James Thyen, Jasper, treasurer; John Chappell, Jasper, secretary; Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger; James Burch, Loogootee; Robert Cox, diocesan treasurer, St. Philip; John Engelbrecht, Evans- ville; Msgr. Kenneth R. Knapp, vicar general and pastor of Christ the King, Evansville; Patricia Koch, Santa Claus; Ken-- neth W. Krasavage, diocesan director of administrative services, Newburgh; Stanley Krempp, Jasper; Bernard Niehaus, Vincennes; Lee Ray Olinger, Huntingburg; Msgr. Clarence Schlachter, diocesan director of the Propagation of Faith, Evansville, and Father Theodore Tempel, pastor of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville. Holy Cross Church to,be site of &apos;Discover Japan' series A Japanese Tea Ceremony and authentic Japanese food are included in a five-part series enti- tled, "Discover Japan," which is being co-sponsored by Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch. Co-sponsoring the series with the parish are the East Asian Studies Center at Indiana Uni- versity, and a group known as Empowering the Community Committee. All Saints Concert Sunday at St. Joseprl, Jasper A festival All Saints concert on the Holtkamp pipe organ will be held at St. Joseph Church, Jasper, Sunday, Sept. 22 at 3 p.m.- The featured artist will be Steven K. Shaner, according to a parish news release. Shaner will be assisted by soprano Jeanne Campbell, flautist Katie Rout- son, trumpeter Dale Lassiter, brass quartet, handballs and the 39-voice St. Joseph gallery choir. The program will include works by J.S. Bach, D. Busarow, P. Manz, J.H. Rickard, C. Schalk, R. Vaughn Williams and C.M. Widor. Three festival All Saints hymn settings with organ and brass and choral descants will be sung by the choir and audi- ence. Shaner is a 1982 honors grad- uate of Shenandoah Conserva- tory of Music, Winchester, Vs., where he received a bachelor of i i| Dr. Jane A. Hormuth Chiropractic Physician 474-0704 Hormuth Chiropractic tic, 1111 S Green River Rd., Suite 104 i i music education degree and organ performance certificate. He holds a master's degree in sacred music from Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio, and has studied organ and church music on the doctoral level at the University of Illi- nois, Champaign, and the Indi- ana University School of Music, Bloomington. Shaner serves the parish faith community as full-time ministry of music and principal organist. The All Saints organ celebra- tion at St. Joseph is open to the public without charge. Everyone is invited to attend. That committee was formed in 1995 shortly after Toyota announced that Gibson County had been selected as the new site for a truck production facility. Committee members include educators, business" people, farm- ers and housewives. The committee offers programs to educate and prepare the public for community changes, accord- ing to a brochure announcing the series. The Japanese Tea Ceremony is the first of the five programs. It will be held at Holy Cross School on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 10:30 a.m. to noon. The tea ceremony is described as "an aesthetic pas- time in which powdered tea is served in a ceremonial yet artis- tic way..., the tea ceremony is a window into Japanese culture." ,. Participants will sample green tea and Japanese sweets. Modern Japan, at Holy Cross School, Oct. 12, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., will present a series of visual images through slides, videos and artifacts. i ii i i Hi-Tech Sheet Metal Inc. 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