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1996 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ool Notebook room. Light recognition for Westside Catholic School, Evans- newsletter, stu- things in big Points of kind deeds are sampling from a recent VanNess returned in the Social a class- studies. another stu- that she had helped when she fell at Mater Dei High who have S!AC All-Con. • Jessica Kiefer, Natalie Emge, Rachelle Knapp, volley- ball; • Stephanie Moore, Kristi • Niemeier, cross country; • Matt Krack, cross country; • Amanda Bailey, soccer; • Meg Liffick, Andrea Wern- er, golf. i ¸ iii i :i Kiwanis of Overseers Nick Knight and Amanda Bai- ley, students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, have received the Kiwanis Awards for soccer. Artists Susan Muensterman has won the safety poster contest sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary. She is a fourth grader at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Building a city . ! First graders at Resurrection School, Evansville, display a city they built to accom' • pany their reading unit theme. They are the students of Jennifer Vangampler. 1 il II I I d the Diocese JOSEPH STEURER ting- arned an emeri- of Over- College and Joseph Steurer of Jasper has been re-appointed to the board. He joined the board in 1989, and is starting his third three-year term as a member of the develop- ment committee. the board for member, Happy Birthday! development Father Firmus Dick, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Schnellville, celebrates his birth- day Dec. 9. Father Wilfred Englert, pas- RVICE tor of St. Joseph Church, INC. Evansville, celebrates his birth- , IN day Dec. 15. Deacon anniversary Thomas Lambert of St. Clement Church, Boonville, was ordained a deacon Dec. 12, 1992. 4-H at Holy Family JOItN MANGIN uWner r SOuth IN 47501 H(*rne: 254-3087 Street 1 4"7200 Ten-year members of 4-H at Holy Family Church, Jasper, were recently honored for their dedication and services. • Dana Brames, the daughter of Elmer and Marilyn Brames; • Leslie Hildenbrand, the daughter of Gary and Diane tlildenbrand; • Tara Kieffner, the daughter of Ron and Laverne Kieffner; • Angle Lechner, the daugh- ter of Tim and Janet Lechner; • damie Mehringer, the Rosary Walk As part of his Eagle Scout project, Daniel Rice designed and constructed a Rosary Walk at St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh. The focal point of the walk is a Marian statue. Funding for the project was obtained partially through the selling of memorial bricks included in the walk. He is the son of Dave and Chris Rice of New- burgh. daughter of Allan and Sharon Mehringero New 4-H officers include Kim Seherle, president; Denise Leehner, vice-president; Abby Mehringer, secretary; Kara Giesler, treasurer; Erin Giesler, historian. St. Mary's awards Three awards were presented during the 1996 Service Awards banquet at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville. Recipients included Jane Austin, Quality Care Services; Rita Durnin, Nursing Administration, and Susan Foertsch, Rehabilitation Services. • Austin was honored for %ak- ing her job to heart, going the extra mile to serve patients, her co-workers and our communit):" • Durnin "performed her responsibilities around the Med- ical Center with the attitude that all things can be accomplished if we work together." • Foertsch "listens to the needs of our community and sets goals for the departments accordingly." 40 years Congratulations to Tom and Pat Donahue, Pete and Doris Popham, and David and Pat Deering, all parishioners at St. Benedict Church, Evansville. All three couples are celebrating fortieth wedding anniversaries, Give a Bell The "Give a Bell" campaign is underway at St. Benedict Church, Evansville, under the direction of Berny Haur; direc- tor of liturgdcal music. The campaign will provide financial assistance in the pur- chasing of a three-octave set of handbells. Golden jubilee Tommy and Rita Thompson, parishioners at St. Mary Church, Washington, celebrat- ed their fiftieth wedding anniver. saD' on December l. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hv:" :-s, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box ,i169, Evans. ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication.