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Bulletin Board guidelines, in brief: Submit items in writing, a week before the desired publication date (always on Friday). Generally, items for specific events are published twice before the event or registration dead- line. Final selection 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. Generalinterest Fiftieth reunion, Memorial class of '47, Oct. 3, 4, 5. Girls-only luncheon, Western Rib-Eye; "Re-acquainted Party," Sterling Rathskeller, Evans- ville, Friday; Casino Aztar, informal gathering, Mass, class photo, din- ner and music, The Marriott, Evans- ville, Saturday; brunch at Evans- ville Country Club Sunday. Contact Jack Memmer, (812) 479-8 576, Frank Kern, 422-1181 or Rita Halbig Korressel, 476-5547. St. Rose Academy reunion Octo- ber 4, Green Auditorium, Vincennes University campus. Eucharistic litur- gy will begin 11 a.m., Father Donald Ackerman presiding. Music by the St. John paris hfolk group. Luncheon follows at,12:30. For more informa- tion or to register, call Providence Sister Francetta Brown, (812) 886- 0752. A donation of $16 is requested. Secular Franciscans of Holy Family Fraternity, October 5, 2 p.m., St. Clare's Monastery, 6825 Nurrenbern Rd., Evansville. Lay people, priests and sisters, married or single, divorced but practicing Catholics who want to live a simple gospel life faithful to the Church and the Pope are invited to join this joyful lifestyle. Monte Cassino pilgrimages Sundays in October, 2 p.m. at Monte Cassino Shrine, St. Meinrad. One-hour services end with Litany of the Blessed,Virgin and a hymn. Speaker for October 5 is Benedic- tine Father Eric Lies, presenting Ma w , the Mother of Life. Benedictine Life Weekend, for single Catholic women, 20 to 40, who want to explore the monastic lifestyle, October lO, 7 p.m. to Octo- ber t2, 1 p.m., Monastery Immacu- late ConceiYdon, l;erdinand. Theme for weekend willie Obedience in the Monastic Licipants will share in prayer:and community life of Sisters of St. Benedict. No charge for weekend. Call Sister Rose Mary Rexing, (800) 738-9999, write her at 802 E. Tenth St., Ferdinand, IN 47532-9239, or reach her by e-mail at Attention all former students of PrincetonSt. Joseph School: Labor Day weekend, 1998, St. Joseph parish will celebrate the Centenni- al of St.PhSchool. The Centen- nial committee seeks names and addresses of all former students, whether at the school one year or a graduate. Friends of the school also welcome. Address the SJS Centen- nial Committee, P.O. Box 547, Princeton, IN 47670. Classes/Workshops Series of lectures on Revelation by Father Don Dilger, Thursdays, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., repeated at 7 to 9 p.m. At Catholic Center, 4200 N. Kentucky Ave., Evansville. $30 tuition. Register _'t !1 or -register by sending The Message  for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 'name, address, phone number, tuition to Donald C. Dilger, 6621 Smith Diamond, Evansville, IN 47712. Bible required. Women's wisdom: Reclaiming and Celebrating workshop focus- ing on God's presence in daily liv- ing as feminine creatures, October 3, 7;30 p.m. to October 5, 1 p.m., Kordes Enrichment Center, Ferdi- nand. Leaders will be Benedictine Sister Kristine Harpenau, Kordes; Mary Sue Barnett and Rosemary Smith, both of Church of the Epiphany, Louisville, and Karen Cronin, physical therapist. Cost is $135 double occupancy, $165 single, including room and meals, and $105 commuter fee. $50 non- refundable deposit required. (800) 880-2777 or (812) 367-2777. Praying with your Bible, a class in using the Bible for prayer, Octo- ber 4, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Kordes Enrichment Center, Ferdinand. Sis- ter Geraldine Hedinger, director of adult formation of the Diocese of Evansville, will use lecture, group sharing, individual reclection to acquaint participants with Scripture books and passages for prayer time. Cos't is $35, including lunch. (800) 880-2777 or (812) 367-2777. Mediation training for church personnel, a 20-hour course with certificates provided, begins Octo- ber 7, 8 a.m., and ends October 9, at noon. The training looks at 19 areas of conflict within congregations and focuses on providing tools to medi- ate disputes. Training fee is $325 plus $25 materials fee. Offered by the Mediation Center of Evansville. For information or reservations call (812) 428-7996. Space is limited. Dance Halloween dance, with or without costumes, October 18, 8 to 11 p.m., Resurrection school cafeteria, 5301 New Harmony Rd., Evansville. DJ: Rick Brown. $5 per person, $10. per couple, including snacks, soft drinks. Cash bar available. Doors open 7:30 p..m. Dinners Turkey and roast beef dinners, side dishes and desserts, September 28, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Christ the King cafeteria, 3109 Bayard Park Dr., Evansville. Carry-outs available; bring containers for large quanti- ties. Chicken and roast beef dinners, September 28, 10:30 to 1 p.m., St. Benedict new school cafeteria, 1328 Lincoln Ave., Evansville. Both fried and baked chicken available and sliced beef, with many side dishes. Desserts available. Carry-outs also available. Annual Men's Club steak night, October 4, 6 to 8 p.m., Nativity Church, 3635 Pollack Ave., Evans- ville, featuring Germania Maenner- chor Band. Proceeds to benefit parish youth. Call (812) 476-7186. Holy Cross chicken dinner Octo- ber 5, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,in school cafeteria, 202 S. Church St., Fort Branch. Adults $6, children $3, carry-outs $6. First dinner in new location: Marian Day School chicken din- ner, October 5, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., now at Good Shepherd cafeteria, 2301 N. Stockwell Rd., Evansville• $65.0 adults, $2.75 children. No bingo. Follow Marian Day School signs for parking. Chicken and roast beef dinner October 5,10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., St. John Church, 5301 Daylight Dr., Evansville. Country store, crafts, quilt raffle. Adults $6, children under 10, $2.50. Carry-outs available. Fall festivals September 28, Sunday, Holy Family Fall Festival, Jasper, with chicken and beef dinners 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mock turtle soup by bowl or gallon after each Mass that day. Fes- tival Masses will be 6:30, 8:30 and 10 a.m. Over 40 quilts, country store with baked and craft items, meat stands, bingo, grand raffle, games. $100 attendance prize every hour from 1 to 6 p.m. Proceeds benefit Holy Family Church and school. Holy Cross fall festival and spot shoot, October 19, 11 a.m. to dark, Haubstadt Park, 1/2 mile off US 41, west of Lakeview. Fundraisers Men's Club burgoo and raffle, September 28, St. Philip cafeteria. Carry-outs from 8:30 a.m., cafeteria open at 11 with burgoo, hamburg- ers, pies and drinks. Register to win 1997 Ford Explorer 4 X 4 and other prizes. Drawing at 1"30 p.m. For tickets call Dan Horseman, (812) 985-3742. Annual pecan and black walnut sale. Pecan halves and black wal- nuts in large pieces in one-pound sealed bags. Order from Holy Redeemer, Evansville, by October 15. Call parish office, (812) 424-8344, or Rita Kautzman, 425-5740. Memorial High Athletic Boost- er Club raffle, with drawing Octo- ber 18. Tickets $20 each or 3 for $50. Grand prize of $20,000 and other prizes. Tickets available at MHS athletic ticket office and from any Booster Club board member. Call Mark O'Daniel, (812) 477-6794 or Mike Cashman, 476-7943. Christmas Boutique, Little Sis- ters of the Poor, 1236 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, October 18, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and October 19, 8:30 a.m. to noon. Raffle prizes: $1,000 first; $250 second and $100 third. Craft items, ceramics, baked goods, games and gifts. $20,000 Car Spree at Kenny Kent Chevrolet, offered by St. Benedict School PTO. Second prize, $750 travel voucher from Personal Touch Travel; third, fourth and fifth prizes, $100 cash. Tickets are $20 each or 6 for $100, available through the parish center, (812) 425-3369 or the school, 425-4596. Drawing sched- uled for December 7. Proceeds will benefit St. Benedict School. Health Flu and pneumonia shots for persons over 65, pregnant women in second or third trimester, and adults over 18 with chronic health problems. October 18, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., C.K. Newsome Community Center, 100 E. Walnut St., Evans- ville. Flu shots are $4; pneumonia shots $11. Medicare Part B will be accepted in lieu of fees. Parents of children with chronic illnesses are urged to consult their physicians• Sponsored by Vanderburgh County Health Department. Retreat Legion of Mary retreat led by Vincentian Father Patrick Harrity, director for Daughters of Charity, Evansville, October 24 to 26. Cost of $65 including lodging and meals. Contact Mary Helen Laval (812) 476-3511, or Mary Lou Schmidt, 476-9741. Membership in Legion of Mary not required to attend. Reser- vation deadline October 17. Support groups I Can Cope, a program about liv- ing and coping with cancer, will meet September 30, 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Welborn Baptist Hospital's Cres- cent Room, 401 S.E. Sixth St., Evans- ville. Randall K. Craig, Attorney at Law, will discuss Advance Directives: Living Wills and Powers of Attorney. No charge. Refreshments available. Call Marcia Carnal (812) 426-8866. AUTO • HOME BUSINESS • FARM INSURANCE SERVICES SINCE 1913 HELFRICH  Insurance Agency DENNIS K. FELDHAUS 1 464-5993 Mater Dei Class of '70 0000brY- a00tb0f 486-3977 Just off Hwy. 50 in Montgomery, IN All You Care To Eat Buffet Dining ' FAMILY STYLE DINING AND A LA CARTE " BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE • PRE-ARRANGED AMISH TOURS • FLEA MARKET EVERY TUES. & WED. Browse The Village Shops Every Monday Seniors receive 15% offi September 26, Passageways Grief and "Bereave- ment Program October 6, 5:30 to ] 8:30 p.m., Eastside Christian Church, ; 2001 Bayard Park Dr., Evansville. Helping Children Cope with Grief, pre- sented by Crossroad Counselingi and Educational Center and spon-lii ] sored by Ziemer Funeral Homes. Reservations not required=No fee. Trips/Tours Knights of St. John and Auxil-" iary trip to Louisville October 121 for Living Rosary at Bellarmine College. Leave Town Center at 8 a.m.; dinner at Blue Boar cafeteriaii $12 cost. Call Bettye Koressel, (812) 424-7239 or Bill TenBarge, 476-1743i Youth/Young Adults Why be Catholic? will be the theme of Youth Day 35 September 28, noon to 9:30 p.m., Catholic Cen- ter, 4200 N. Kentucky Ave., Evans- ville. Program Is for all high-schooV agedyouth, and will include keynote address, workshops, Mass I with the Bishop, dinner, dance/ Karaoke and open gym. Cost i $8.50 through the parish, $10 al door. Permission slip required i! under 18. Call Marcella or Carolyn, (812) 424-5536 or (800) 637-1731. Young adult conference fo Catholics 19 to 35 (or married under 10 years), October 5, noon t i 7 p.m., Resurrection Church, 5301 New Harmony Rd., Evansville Keynote address by Jim and Mary lou Beers -- the story of persona. and medical struggles in their m riage and how they met challenge Break-out sessions will include faiti in action, work as co-creation wit] God, married spirituality an tracks for single Catholics. Confe! ence includes meal and free bab i sitting for participants. $8 single $15 couple by reservation; $10 silt gle and $17 couple at the door. Ca Marcella or Carolyn, (800) 637-173 or (812) 424-5536. ! | | uNrmv so ii WASHINGTON-SHOALS-LO0 )OTF[