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3 Catholic Education Foundation increases grants By PAUL R. LEINGANG The number of students receiv- Message editor More than $116,000 is being granted to help pay students' tuition this year at Mater Dei and Memorial high schools, and to help Marian Day Schools this year. Individual student grants ranged from $100 to $1,666. A total of $2,535 was granted to Marian Day School. statistics were reported , at the annual meeting f t] oard of the Catholic Ed- acation FOUndation, Diocese of EVansville, Inc The board als elected n - " o afficers ew members and new  Mark Schiff, presi- dent; Andrew Goebel, vice president. 3'L , John Michael Bus "- ' treasurer, and ' ,lag III, secret, W.C. i le to.a, .'" 19c  n. i granted for the 11ii] school year is .....  up from the suect a --- total year ago of $103 790 .* , . ing grants also increased, from 157 in 1992-93 to 176 in 1993- 94. The Catholic Education Foundation is a non-profit or- ganization, established in 1968, to promote educational progress, achievement, pro- grams and development of Catholic educational needs in the Evansville area of the dio- cese. "It is the belief of the mem- bers of the Board of Directors of the Foundation that every child in the Evansville area should have the opportunity to attend either Mater Dei or Reitz Memorial High School," according a CEF brochure. The mission of the Founda- tion is to provide funds, in the form of tuition grants-in-aid, to deserving students who could not otherwise afford the tuition to attend Catholic high schools. Built in 1825 for Noon Day S()age Stop & Trading Coach Post - FFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS !OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA ILES NORTH OF EVANSVILLE ILl EAST OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD Loe"l I I. I, STAGE I ,q COACH ! STOP l bine in the Original Log Room the, '""" Abraham Lincoln was in in November i844 IL"q N N :: " :- - ":. SERVED by Ala Carte Menu "-" FAMILy STYLE for 4 or Moe -.,, m,, ,.,., Beer Wine  .... " :'" " ...... '; :. ROOM SEAiiNG 500 3 [)inner from 4 to I0:30 .m. i-'-esday - Saturday Ck..ed Sunday arid Monday - L:v-u.?,,,,4 He fetemhono o" 6?. -...._'':' 1 6 GENI: a)d RITA " , e " "- c.L.PE.Fo, proprietors Ron Hollander, at left, outgoing president, congratulates Mark Schiff, newly elected president of the Catholic Education Foundation, Diocese of Evansville, Inc. New board members and officers were elected at the annual meeting of the board, Oct. 21. i Message photo by Paul R. Leingang Day of Joy draws over 600 scouts Daisies, Brownies'and Girl Scouts watch a puppet show, above, during the "Day of Joy" at the Dubois County 4-H Fairgrounds, Oct. 9. The theme this year was "All God's Crea- tures"  providing Jenny Zoglman of Ferdinand, below, with an opportunity to pet a fer- ret, which was handled by Melanie Buse of Holland. Each participant also brought a story book or a stuffed toy, to be donated for use in a nursing home or in a toy drive. -- Message photo by Michael Woolsey I