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!ii ober 11, 1996 l The Message for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana , 7 B' 00o,o,i0000PPY Irthday, old h - . Chum'S" Op 00iettelfinger the:iop Gerald A. Gettelfin. a  urth bishop of the Diocese gaver vansville, celebrates his tmanr ,thday Oct. 20 arly  , o v percent 00"Z"-purpo+e drive at St. Joseph es m nJurch ' ars lat@.  a "" an derburgh County, enni claleved 100 percent of its allen eted goal of $1,375,000. ates ver 340 families, or 75 percent j moY+j the registered parishioners ng sal. ve pledged $1,137,000. llage, e Parish may be staging the Jay isiu! ng project in two phases. Jry C P'-,.Ityy one Would consist of the . it n_. aU-Purpose building and septm Parish Council at St. Thomas Ernest Stoops is the new Parish Council president at St. Thomas Church, Knox Coun- ty. New members include Mark Wagoner and Laura Vieck. Anniversaries at Nativity Congratulations to couples at. Nativity Church, Evansville, celebrating October wedding anniversaries: Bob and Dorothy Hatfield, 51 years; Lou and Joan Hoppe, 54 years; Stanley and Jean Joehim, 46 years; Mason and Dottle Schnapf, 48 years; Anthony and Ann Snyder, 40 Benedictine Sister Diane Fischer, pastoral life coordinator at Holy Name Church, Bloom- field, celebrates her birthday Oct. 20. Anniversaries at St. John Congratulations to couples at St. John the Baptist Church, Vincennes, celebrating October wedding anniversaries: Sherry and Theodore Gott, 40 years; Marie and Don Biggs, 45 years; Patty and Joseph Schmidt, 45 years; Cecilia and Clarence Meyer, 55 years. Board of --- tern, alon ople t.[:rc h st g with repair to the years; Gerald and Shirley Ten- Religious ,n it ]ln  eeple, at a total cost of 42 years; Education :e,s tiha: $900,00. barge, Roy and Catherine Tenney, 45 years; Ed e s liv m +e.two Would involve class- and .]hd "'-#niaditlons' new windows, air Carmel Young, 51 years. Gene Humbert is chairperson t thehe 1'" uoning for of the newly-established Board of : t _t lPair around - the school, and Religious Education at Holy parish grounds Happy Birthday! Family Church, Jasper. r Sun '1 ewsitEJ[l.,.'- , Benedictine Father Harold Kitty Reciter is viee-ehairper- ond ?|-'.versarles Hammerstein, special assistant son, Barb Balka is secretary, and e -r Sacred Heart at13st. Benedict Church, Evans- JOhnKlein andHchgesang'sam SehringerVianneare s t ville, celebrates his birthday Oct. members. : th r e tod ngratulatins to e !ered I ..... ouples at Vincentian Father Glennon worCNlle, cel'. L nurch, Evans. Figge, chaplain at Seton Resi- Mission Statement ecial # ,orating Oct mis=+o#| ng annivers-.=nes: Linus" ober wed-and dence, Evansville, and part-time 'aae Punt, 44 chaplain at St. Mary's Medical at Holy Family awa'd":J[ Do  ...... years; Paul Center, Evansville, celebrates coed al.w ssel, 49 years; his birthday Oct. 15. A new Mission Statement for "" 'ams, 41 years; ay'ul a 1 Joan Pe Father Leo Kiesel, pastor of Holy Family Church, Jasper, achePt a C-- - erry, 48 years; St. John Church, Loogootee, has been approved by the Parish Godilar s. __ =rOl Bowman, 49 Council. for  = anus a,,a , . celebrates his birthday Oct. 15. uam aa .._ " ,ermame Father Thomas Kessler, pas- "Holy Family Catholic Parish is  ....... ears; Orison and ndi rllyl Sraith tor of Holy Spirit Church, a community of strong faith; wel- ta d Bet v t _ ,42 Years; Bob Evansville, celebrates his birth- coming, worshipping, working and o "tle, 56 years, day Oct. 19. celebrating life together in Jesus Christ. "Strengthened by our rich her- itage of commitment to Catholic Education, we will strive to main- tain a nurturing environment in which the spiritual lives of our members (youth, families, singles and seniors) can thrive. "The beautiful stained glass windows of our church serve as a constant reminder of the impor- tance of the family as the core of our beliefs. The warmth and sup- port felt by our church communi- ty enables us to reach out to oth- ers in time of need, so that we can share the good news of the reign of God and be a sign of Christ's love in the local community and the world." pal at Resurrection School, J'lte t A t " . . Evansville, celebrates her birth- 'i+. Solid teeSde Catholic day Oct. 16.  :, is en ou? clll, Evans. i'f )hate ]0 ng every family iT  'rent s,_ ,urs otits time to WaI-Mart award ' e tlOOl ac " " " :_ S_choo] "'e- twhes during :|' tba 1 m at, according to Ann Heeht, a science teacher rk TltePTA is er, principal, at Rivet Junior and Senior i: 's and r::Co:rdingvolunteers High School, Vincennes, has i. Voluntee gnlzing parents been awarded the Wal-Mart i'donate'atetaar, 74 families Teacher of the Year award for ii  nteer tira an hour of "extraordinary work, commitment ::::T v' PaSsed t' anti 11 families to your school and service to your :i e tO-hour mark. community." !i a " The award was given based on iliad ppy B|rthdal/! her efforts in helping her science students win the regional 1996 i:  lady llank- 3 Science Olympiad program, and i =merger, princi- placing ninth in the state Olympiad competition. Youth Leadership Meg Liffick and Richard Morris Jr. will be participating in the 1996-97 Youth Leadership Program of Evansville. They are students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Enrichment classes Precious Blood School, Jasper, is offering after-school enrichment classes in Spanish and German, according to Ron Pittman, principal. Rosina Schuler is teaching Spanish, and Ron Wagner is teaching German. Student Council, class oficers Kyle Messersmith, Brandy Sparks, Kyle Hartz, Nathan Weinzapfel, John Paul Mor- row, Logan Riggs, Lyndsey Sitzman, Nick Beach, Matt Goans, Keith Herrmann and Kristi Miller have been elected to the Student Council at Resur- rection School, Evansville. Nick Austin has been elected president of the eighth grade class. Ryan Mayer is vice-presi- dent, Kristi Miller is secretary, and Nathan Knight is treasurer. Teacher Aides Parents at Christ the King School, Evansville, meet every Wednesday morning to assist teachers with copying, grading and laminating projects. They are members of the Teachers Aides Committee. Fire Wardens Emily Stephens, DeWayne Outlaw, Jada Daniel and Nick Brown are serving as Fire War- dens at St. Benedict School, Evansville. Student Council Tara Knust is president of the Student Council at Good Shep- herd School, Evansville. Leigh Anne Smith is vice-president, Allle Mayer is secretary, and Casey Retsing is treasurer. Members also include Mike Weber, Lindsay Scheessele, Megan Gribbins, Robby David- son, Eric Henderson, Taryn Austin, Daniel Kasey, Casey Reising and Kristen Reynolds. Mater Ders golf team The girls' golf team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has won city, SIAC and regional titles.