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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 5, 1982 ..... St. Mao00'S Band Plays at Mardi May Academy" 56-member thelSr?lpeCtY'esthagillStte d eCngndZedy lhallYo:endor!s s past five years, anci c" all-girls band spent Feb. 19-24 Oblate Retreat House. citation and proclamation and WHEREAS, tlCed " re resented with ears m New Orleans, proclaimed Tuesday, the group enjoyed commendahon. P . , by Governor Frank White as the final Mardi Gras fine reputation of-onvi the ' official,band of the state festivities and prepared for Governor White's state both at fly c " abroad and aaer of Arkansas for the annual the return trip home on proclamatmn follows. Mardi Gras celebration. Wednesday s d " " H ....... o" nt "" WHEREAS it is t'ed The Mount band members, The band members worked w rrrno, iv1 u or. .. Mar Band is n ........... all Arkansans toitio accompanied by Mrs. Sally hard during the last year to _ y a -ll-g,-i uanu n Hennis, band director, raise money to finance the ot 56 members, ana recognize Mount .rsa Band as the offici4ed. another faculty member and trip, sponsoring candy sales, WHEREAS, in 1980, the the State of ArkansZ MEMBERS OF Mount St. Mary Academy's band are shown on a practice march after school in the neigh- borhood streets around the school. Two Prayer Workshops Slated Little Rock - Miss Rosalind Rinker, noted author, will conduct two Shared Prayer Workshops within the Diocese of Little Rock this coming week. Dates are: Tuesday, March 9, New Subiaco Abbey Cen- tenary Hall, Subiaco, 7-9 P.M., and Thursday, March ll, St. Peter's Hall, 2500 South Dyer, Mountain Home, 7-9 P.M. Theme of the workshops is "Communicating Love Through Prayer." Vocation Weekend Set March 26-28 Fort Smith - St. Scholastica Convent is sponsoring a Vocation Weekend March 26- 28 for women of senior high school age and older. Beginning at 7 P.M. Friday and ending at noon Sunday, the weekend is for women feeling drawn to exploring religious life and learning more of the Benedictine way of life. Those interested may contact Sister Rosalie Ruesewald, P.O. Box 3489, several parents left Friday soup and salad lunches and Mount St. Mary Band was the NOW, THEREl Pa shortly after noon in two large cleaning the War Memorial only band from Arkansas to Frank White, Govee Pc buses, arriving in " New Stadium after Razorback march in the Cherry Blossom State of Arkansas, ts Orleans before midnight, games. Parade in Washington, D.C., commend the Mou'b On Saturday, the band The Mount Marching Band and marched in the "Endymion" has appeared in local and Band for their [Ye parade and spent Sunday and state parades, in the Cherry WHEREAS, they have complishments t,th:.' Monday sight-seeing and Blossom Parade in served their state admirably tributions unto th{fo r visiting places of cultural and Washington, D. C., and as the only band from Arkansas and do Cc h. scenic interest in and around previously at Mardi Gras. Arkansas to march in the them the highest oIlca New Orleans. While in the Their performance has been Mardi Gras Parade for the honors, is an nalf l era Fort Smith Shoppers Guid:i! FISHERMAN'S CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE 1613 Dodson, Fort Smith, Ark. Sandra and Carl Martinous Herd to F Ind 783-9227 Rosaries, Medals, Albert Porte's MALT SHO SPECIAL NOON LUNCHES Your Favorite Beverage Ph. 783-2639 Ft. 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