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I Evansville ibe00S down. to earth, hard 00nse00pride m their parish rship currently comprises some of the founding o, 1955 and their children who now have their own families, ordg to Father Herr, the current pastor. Many of the members of 70; Parish are young families who live in the flourishing residential urrent the church and school. Herr described the parishioners as "down to earth and d who have a sense of pride in their parish." g to is for the summer social, which seems to grow each year, he said, and the parish is also noted tor ff  served at the social and at other times of the year. 11 an excellent staff at the school," said the pastor. Sister Maurer, O.S.B,, is the new principal; many of the years of experience at Good Shepherd School with potential for growth, said the pastor the newest features of the school is a practical arts area, summer. It has a stove, refrigerator, sink and where students learn baking, cooking and other home skills. r Herr also praised the activity and involvement of various ['organizations -- Ien's Club, Altar Society, PTO, a youth ince de Paul Society, school board, religious education " co il, finance committee, a worship and liturgy and ood choir. "There's an emphasis on music for the he said. Becky Molnar is the choir director; are among the musicians active in a his description of the po0ple of Good working, active, involved, stable and proud of iory, ::i ,ile ho ]cling  Good Shepherd Catholic Church 2301 North Stockwell Road Evansville, Indiana 47715 (812) 477-5405 lather Kennet.h .H. err permanent deacon anDRE Ed Wilkerson ................................ oM. sgr. Clinton Hirsch .............. . ......... in residence ter Mary Celestine Maurer, O.S.B ................. principal Mass Schedule ...................................... 5:30 p.m. In residence at the parish is Msgr. Clinton Kirsch, right. Parish staff, below, from let, includes Ed Wilkerson, permanent deacon and DRE; LaDoana Nalin, church secretary; Jeanette Heidorn, school secretary; Sister Mary Celestin Mauler, O.S.B., principal; and Father Kenneth Herr, pastor. The church interior, bottom, was originally designed to be converted into a gymnasium or auditorium facility.