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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MARCH 4, Mail your subscription renewal today! To serve as we would be served" Roller Funeral Home H'way 5 N. & Walker Rd. Mountain Home, 425-2161 Roller-Drummond Funeral Home 901 Marshall Little Rock, 374-0251 Roller-Owens Funeral Home 5509 J.F.K. Blvd. North Little Rock, 374-0312 Roller-Daniel Funeral Home 411 E. Race Street Seamy, 268-3546 Roller-McNutt Funeral Home 8th Avenue & Vine Conway, 327-7727 Roller-McNutt Funeral Home Highway 65 South Clinton, 745-2151 Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 201 Pine West Memphis, 735-1000 W. Memphis Funeral Home 13th & Thompson West Memphis, 735-5040 Roller-Cox Funeral Home 313 Walnut Paris, 963-6188 Roller-Cox Funeral Home Rogers & Poplar Clarksville, 754-2201 Roller-Swift Funeral Home Highway 61 South Osceola, 563-6578 Northside Funeral Home 103 N. Shippen Osceola, 563-2758 Roller-England Funeral Home 202 Stuttgart H~Nay (165E) England, 842-3939 Bull Shoals Roller Funeral Home 1409 H'way 178 Bull Shoals, 445-4257 Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 508 Plaza West Helena, 572-2571 Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 134 West Main Marianna, 295-2528 Jamle Coulter wlll lead an evenlng of gospel muslc at Holy .Splrlt Church In Hamburg on Monday, Mar. 5 at 7 PM. Coulter, who lives In Hamburg, had 28 broken bones at blrth and was glven no hope for survlval. After 33 major operatlons and more than 300 broken bones, the 22-year-old singer uses a skate- board for mobility. He has appeared in gospel music services in 16 states. Gregory Thomas Luyet, a junior history major at the University of Dallas, has made the Dean's List for the Fall 1989 semester, maintaining a minimum 3.5 grade point average. Luyet Is a graduate of Catholic High School In Little Rock and the son of Edward and Jan Luyet of North Little Rock. They are members of St. Mary's parish. Luyet is a third-year student at Holy Trinity Seminary. Workshop set Catholic -for V Kansas City, MO - A special work- shop entitled "Development Strategies for Catholic Schools" will be presented here Mar. 22. "The one-day development work- shop will focus on public relations and alternative financial strategies for Catho- lic schools and parishes," said Richard Garrigan, workshop director. Many Catholic schools and parishes are challenged to seek alternatives to spiraling tuition costs and larger parish subsidies. The workshop will provide practical, "how to" information for pastors, principals, development direc- tors, parents and school board mem- bers on the various techniques. "Annual giving from alumni and others as well as endowments are part of an overall scho01 and parish devel- opment strategy," according to Garri- gan. Public relations and student re- cruitment st/ategies for high schools and elementary schools will also be presented. Workshop information, tuition cost, reservations and details can be obtained by calling 1-800-426-8198. Little Rock - The State Knights of Columbus has announced the winners of its 1989 essay contest. The theme was "Listen - the Lord is calling - what do you hear?" Winners are: Grades 4-6: First Place: Stacie Marie Jones, Christ the King School, Fort Smith; Second Place: Marie Schluter- man, St. Joseph School, Paris. Grades 7-9: First Place: Angela Mare Schaefers, St. Joseph School, Conway; Second Place: Jill Anna Fougerousse, Sacred Heart School, Morrilton; Grades 10-12: First. Place: Marie Eckert, St. John's CCD, Russellville; Second Place: Kristie McCown, Mt. St. Mary Academy, Little Rock. Principals attend computer workshop Little Rock - 'Wision 2000" is what 65 Catholic school principals and secretar- ies around the state had when they attended a computer workshop at St. John's Center here. Fr. Thomas Sebaugh, diocesan Direc- tor of Data Processing, and Joey Hal- inski, systems manager, conducted the all-day workshop. Principals and secretaries viewed the newest technology that will help them move efficiently into the 21st century. With the "School Management System," designed especially for Catholic schooLs, they will be able to complete daily Lori ARn Huff of Christ The n ock, has been named, Me Jones Fellow by Lions : International Foundation. The is conferred upon persons who onstrate practical application oflPl motto, "We Serve." Huff, who is hearing-imp$!! participated in a 1OK (6.2 mile) the Arkansas segment of the Club Journey for Sight. Upo ] ceiving a plaque and pin, Huff PI | sented a motivational speech InS language at the Arkansas Lions Winter Forum. Huff is the daughter of pat,, BobHuff and a graduate of laudet University in WashingtOn, V| paperwork Parishes with schools have until 15 tO decide whether they wish the program this spring and be re ] for the fall term. Fr. Sebaugla Halinski wiU assess the present cq i ment in schools and recommend equipment to order. They wiL ' install the equipment and train I ers for its efficient use. Getting your ARKANSAS CATHOLIC late? Call your local post office or call Arkansas Catholic 664-0340 Serving Arkansas families for more than a centur3.