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October 17, 1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Harvest Moon Mike Wichman, right, show off grandson Ethan during the annual Fest of the Harvest Moon, held at St. Mary Church, Washington. He is joined by Brian and Emily Wichman. Message photo by Paul A. Newland first.hand !nd ith McCutchan, a lineman for SIGECO talks with gcarte n students at St. Matthew School Mount Ver' - ' ;-Utchan showed the students equipment he uses to keep him safe when he works around electicity. EAST CHAPEL 800 S. HEBRON AVENUE Four COnvenient Locations REGIONAL FIRE RALLY 'T MISS FIRE LOUISVILLE 1997 pirit of the Living God, come afresh on us! '7 have come to cast fire on the earth; and would that it were already set ablaze" Luke 12:49 Repentance, and Evangelism of Fr. Michael Scanlon, T.O.R., Ft. John in and Ann Shields on Saturday, October 18th 5:30 p.m. at Louisville Gardens, 525 W. Muhammad lie, Ky., and spark the fire that never bums out. a, ,. that thousands of Catholics have felt these last ';fie Rallies throughout the U.S. and abroad. /  commitment to Christ and experience renewal of 8. Advance _, $12; At the door  $15. the Marian Center now to register or for more The Marian Center 165 Sears Ave., Louisville, KY 40207 (502) 899-5125; fax (502) 423-1584 http://www.avemaria.org ..... Happy Birthday, Bishop Gettelfinger! Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger, fourth bishop of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates his birthday Oct. 20. Happy Birthday! Benedictine Sister Diane Fisch- er, pastoral life coordinator at Holy Name Church, Bloomfield, cele- brates her birthday Oct. 20. Harvest Moon -Randy and Mary Haag have just completed their third year as co- chairpersons of the Fest of the Har- vest Moon at St. Mary Church, Washington. This is the seventh year for the parish event Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, cele- brating wedding anniversaries: Dennis and Joan Hasenour, 42 years; Paul and Mary Jane Striegel, 45 years; Cornelius and Charlotte Klem, 40 years; Linus and Monica Schroering 43 years; Roman and Veronica Schmidt, 64 years; Delmar and Norma Hase- nour, 40 years: Charles and Gerry Seger, 48 years; Ralph and Claris- sa Gehlhausen, 50 years; Arnold and Esther Giesler, 49 years; Alois and Elfrieda Lueken, 44 years; Cyril and Lilan Block, 50 years; Edgar and Anna Mae Schlachter, 50 years; Victor and Monica Knies, 46 years; Ernest and Irene Werne, 47 years; Richard and Helen Hochgesang, 50 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before pub- lication. Service Projects at Precious Blood Students at Precious Blood School, Jasper, are busy with ser- vice projects for their school, church and community. Kindergarten students enter- tained at nursing homes in Jasper. Grades two and three are picking up litter and recycling aluminum cans. Students in grades four are writ- ing letters to parishioners, and the fifth graders are having a bake sale with proceeds going to the Jasper Fire Department. Physical education Erica Robinson is the new phys- ical education teacher at Holy Rosary School; Evansville. School Board .. Tim Crowe is president of the School Board at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. " Amy Cron is vice-president and Madlyn Redding is secretary. Board members also include Leigh Jackson, Matt Falkenstein, Sheri Barren, Suzie Willis, Fred Pruiett, Chris Wolf, Brenda Glenn, Lee Griggs and Chip Schroeder. Mater Dei-ville Jason McCord is the mayor of Mater Dei-ville at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Class presidents include Natalie Emge, seniors; Seth Weber, juniors; Nick Masterson, sophomores, and Adam Craig, freshmen. Student Council at MHA, Ferdinand Lena Rutledge has been elected president of the Student Council at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdi- nand. Celeste Lira is vice-president, Sonia Felix is secretary, and Kate Buchanan is treasurer. Luly Almada, T.J. Marsili, Thevi Jackson, Maya Carraway, Bea For- lano, Emily Hermann, Shermona Mitchell, Lindsie Jung, Maradale Myers and Rebeca Ramirez are council members. Rre Wardens Mitch Wolf, Justin Bates and Amanda Jochim are sewing as Fire Wardens at Holy Spirit School, Evansville.  A helping hand Students at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, made 50 cen- terpieces for the United Way kickoff luncheon. The theme was "I Want to Hold Your Hand." Above, Holy Spirit teacher Karen Weining helps A.J. Jackson put his hand- print on a centerpiece. October Representatives Elissa Fehrenbacher, Aimee King, Brian Kuester, Adrla Keller, Ben Lasher, Sarah Schneider, David Arnold, Nick Fulling and Dante Grasso are October repre- sentatives on the Student Council at SL Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. , , ,r , ,J, the Fire Prevention poster contest at Resurrection School, Evans- ville. Walk for Diabetes A group of students from Mari- an Heights Academy, Ferdinand, raised $800 for the American Dia- betes Association when they par- ticipated in America's Walk for Dia- betes in Evansville. Poster winners Katelyn Hartz, Hannah John- son, Natalie Wolf, Kyle Hartz and Anna Becher are winners of Student Coundl at Good Shepherd Casey Reising is president of the Student Council at Good Shepherd School, Evansville. Allie Mayer is vice-president, Megan Gribbins is secretary, and Leigh Anne Smith is treasurer. Erin Berler. Patrick Knight, K ten Reynolds, Taryn Austin, U.- say Scheeuele, Michael Weber, Abby Bender and Katie Rels are represtativ Please send information for i SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary i Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O, i Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. i * The deadline for opy ht 9 amt. the Friday bido pub ................