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October 8, 1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Student Assistance Program Washington Catholic High School has started a Student ASsistance Program, designed to enhance student services, pro- vide students with a support sys- tem, to provide a resource for the students, and to provide contact between students from other Other officers include Tom Peake, vice-president, and Mary Jo Reynolds, secretary. Other members of the board include Mary Beth Lodato, Diane Sellers, Jim Dnrch- holz, Mary Ann Settles, Fa- ther Ted Temple, pastor, Dea- con Ed Wilkerson and Benedictine Sister Mary Ce- lestin Maurer. Safety patrol, grade levels. Washington Catholic faculty fire wardens memberssuzanne WebbJill ReyneldrSand , Safety patrol students at 1 Good Shepherd Church, Hilderbrand and Dennis Bradley, principal, and Cindy Evansville, include Jason lCaman, secretary, are serv- Herr, Matt Enghauscr, Brian mg as mentors for the program. Sanders, Ben Joergens, Scott Mentors will make contact Katie Herr, Kyle Heerdink, with Students basis, on a monthly Settles, Scott Henderson, Matt McCracken, Katie Steinhauer, Mark Jesop, Barry Clark, Rob Smith, Wes- Happy Birthday! ley Goehring, Matt Beyer, Matt Settles, Kelly Joergens, Paula Lattner, rincl Sts p-, _ P 'pal at Rachel Orth, Emily Jarboe, er and Paul Scho Haubstadt . . 01, Shawn Hall, Sara Orth, mrthda,.' - O , celeorates her Kendra Brown, Katie Glover, ct. 11. , Herb Neighbors Drinci Robby Davidson, Ken Smith, vlater r__. .-. , pal at Evan Knies, Eric Henderson, Evans..,. u tllgh School, Lindsay Schiff and Jennifer v,le, celebrates h's birth dayOct. 13. 1 " - Wathen. ttelene Hunter, principal at Fire wardens include Joey Christ the King School, Barbieri, Scott Henderson, EVansville, cele Ben Joergens and Scott Set- blhday0ct. 15. brates her ties. OUdy Blankenber er Pal at - g , princi- vausvil,.V' "*SUrrection,, School, Volunteers oirtha. ', ceteorates her 00,ct. 16 at Holy Family Commended Sandy Morton is president of the PTG at Holy Family Students I2?: ny DeMarino, Virginia Kathe,r' ,.. Paul Morrison, Pat.:? lmnicht and David aae. ck Stearns have been the l009?0000ended Students in Ship" Prograra' ational Merit Scholar- They^ are Students at Memor- Ial ttlg h SChool, Evansville. Good Shepherd's SChool board Gary , . of the o.Lmlth is the president She,,h_ ll board at Good ercl ^,- - nool, Evansville. School, Jasper. Other PTG offi- cers include Mary Brassard, vice-president, Barb Balka, sec- retary, and Peter Murphy, treasurer. Nancy Kluesner, Brenda Wagner, Father John Schipp, pastor, and Joan Kavanaugh, principal, are directors. Lawrence Loner is chairper- son of the Catholic Education Ministry. John Birge is vice- chairperson and Doris Erny is secretary. Members also include Father Schipp, Joan Kavanaugh, Dan Balka, Mary Brassard, Don Casper, Julie Giesler, Michelle Mehringer, Mark Beischel, Paula Knies, Gene Kuntz and Kathy Sutton. h:ey and Jennifer Ziliak purchase fruit drinks e sale s eech team at St ponsored by the sp James. Black Belt Adam Reine, a student at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, passed his first de- gree Black Belt test in Omaha, Neb. Grandparent's Day at Holy Cross Over 120 grandparents at- tended Grandparent's Day at Holy Cross School, Fort Branch. The students and their grandparents attended Mass to- gether and then ate lunch. Spe- cial awards were also presented to the visiting grandparents: Janet Kramer, traveled the farthest; Ethador Schmidt, oldest grandparent; Patricia Thompson, youngest grandpar- ent; John and Rosemary Con- ner and Shirley and Vincent Baehl, most grandchildren at- tending Holy Cross School, and John and Mary Mayer, most grandchildren who have at- tended Holy Cross School. Student council Mary Flynn is the president of the student council at Christ the King School, Evansville. Other officers include Natalie Klooz, vice-president; Greg Folz, treasurer, and Ann Boar- man, secretary. Cory Alsip, Emily Kassen- brock, James Melchiors, Beth Howell and Krystal Michel are class representatives. Student Council at Holy Spirit Katie Bradley is president of the student council at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. Art Fair at the Zoo Art students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, volun- teered their artistic computer and silk screening abilities at the Art Fair at the Zoo 94. The students are Jewell Beyer, Paul Clements, Kevin Kisner, Josh Tucker, Matt Brendle and Andy Rodenburg. Above, Josh Tucker dis- plays his work. Other officers include Jenny McDonald, vice-president; Sarah Pepper, secretary, and Brian Wink, treasurer. Michael Kinman, Danielle Metzger, Andrew Pepper, Michael Thomas, Amanda McDonald and Emily Stewart are class representatives and Mandy Wilhite and John De- Haven are at-large members. $28,983 in grants Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, has been named the recipient of two Energy Conser- vation Measure Grants for the installation of energy saving equipment. The academy's Acad- emic Building will received $6,522 in funding and the school's Madonna Hall will re- ceive $22,461. The funds will be used to in- stall a total of 61 fluorescent exit light figures in the two build- ings; 384 fluorescent light fix- tures in offices, corridors and dorm rooms in Madonna Hall, and 143 two-tube fluorescent light fixtures in classrooms and corridors in the Academic Build- ing. The Indiana Department of Commerce, Office of Energy Pol- icy, awarded the grants. Volleyball Members of the reserve volley- ball 'team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, are the winners of an eight-team Invita- tional tourney. St. Meinrad students receive grants Benedictine Father Eugene Hensell, president-rector of St. Meinrad Seminary, has an- nounced the 1993-94 recipients of the Alvin and Hilda Ruxer Grants. They are Joseph Hoang, a second-year theology student from Evansville, Daniel Lutz, a senior from Boonville, and David Rudisill, a freshman from Evansville. The grants are made possible by an endowment gift made to St. Meinrad in 1987 by Hilda and the late Alvin Ruxer of Jasper. the grants are desig- nated for St. Meinrad students from the Diocese of Evansville. There are five students from he Diocese of Evansville study- ing at St. Meinrad this year. Happy Birthday! Benedictine Father Gre- gory Chamberlin, pastor of St. Benedict Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday October 12. Father James Endress, De- fender of the Bond and Promoter of Justice for the Diocesan Tri- bunal, celebrates his birthday October 12. the Diocese Father John Schipp, pastor of Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrates his birthday October 12. Father Glennon Figge, C.M., chaplain at Seton Resi- dence, Evansville, and part- time chaplain at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Oct. 15. Father Leo Kiesel, pastor of St. John Church, Loogootee, celebrates his birthday October 15. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin- cennes, celebrating October wedding anniversaries: Linus and Jeanne Dunt. 41 years; Paul and Donna Wissel, 46 years; Irvan and Joy Sievers, 40 years; Paul and Joan Perry, 45 years; Leo and Ceal Yochum, 59 years; Art and Carol Bowman, 46 years; Renus and Germaine Gra- man, 43 years; John and Betty Laue, 53 years. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Dennis and Naomi Hochgesang, 40 years; Lawrence and Matilda Loechte, 57 years; Norman and Romona Lindauer, 46 years; Ralph and Loretta Yon. derschmitt, 56 years; Leroy and Mary Fuhs, 46 years; Hilbert and Irene Hochge- sang, 54 years; Paul and Mary Jane Striegel, 41 years; Urban and Rosella Fuhs, 50 years; Sylvester and Eleanor Seng, 48 years; James and Helen Newton, 43 years; Roman and Veronica Schmidt, 60 years; Hugo and Mildred Poe, 60 years; Richard and Ruby Mil. ligan, 45 years; Charles and Gerry Seger, 44 years; Arnold and Esther Giesler, 45 years; Ralph and Clarissa Gehlhausen, 46 years; Alois and Lilan Block, 46 years; Edgar and Anna Mac Schlachter, 46 years; Aiois and Elfrieda Lueken, 40 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The  Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. 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