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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MAY 19, 1991 P&[IIIIII I I[I IiI By Judy Hoelzeman Kenny Taylor, a sixth-grader at Christ the King School in Fort Smith, was recognized as an outstanding youth during the city's observation of National Youth Service Day. He was honored by Fort Smith Mayor Ray Baker in a ceremony at the Civic Center. Taylor was chosen by the school faculty based on his involvement in school activities and his eagerness to lend a helping hand. Taylor, the son ofJoe andJoyce Taylor, is also a Boy Scout. New members of St. Joseph parish in Paris are Katrina Bauer, Tammy Schluterman and Suzanne Hertlein. The three women were brought into full communion with the Church at the Easter vigil service, aRer having partidpated in the RCIA program di- ! rectecl by Sr. Antonia Lutz, OSB. A reception hosted by the Kenny Taylor Mother's/Altar Society was held in the school cafeteria following the ceremony. St. Joseph's recently held school board elections. Newly elected to serve are Kay Neumeier and Glenda Floren. Immaculate Heart of Mary School in ~ will offer a new Childcare program in the Oak Grove-Maumelle area beginning Aug. 26. The program will offer after-school and hofiday care for Immaculate Heart of Mary students. In addition, child care will be pro- vided for children aged four or pre-kindergarten from 8 AM to noon five days a week. For more information or to register, call Patrice Yelenich, at 851-7952, or the school, 851-2760. Brownie Troop 170 from St. Joseph School in Faye~ recently joined the National Arbor Day Foundation. Ten trees will be planted in the troop's name to help reforest Yellowstone National Park. Patti Bleil and Jennifer Grimes are troop leaders. John Hutchcraft, a sixth-grade student at St, Joseph's recently competed in the state Geography Bee sponsored by the National Geographic Society. He is the ,son of Chris and Tom Burgin and Bryan Hutc.hoatL Students at St, Joseph's are participating with 12 area churches in the Cooperative Emergency Outreach Program. Each month, they bring cereal, peanut butter, canned fruit, or some other food item to help fill the pantry of the CEO office. The senior class of St. Joseph's in Conway recently presented its annual play. Two performances were given for the public and one for school students. The play, The Magic Touch, is a comedy by Albert Johnson portraying the wansformation of a tomboy into a Brownie Troop #170, from St. Joseph's, Fayetteville. Plumbing Healing ,l Co. )TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL r ..,q MAUS IMPLEMENT CO. 1120 West Broadway Morrilton, AR 72110 Senior Class Play, St. Joseph's, Conway. Bonnie Smyth beautiful young lady. The cast induded Greg Gunther, Michelle King. Lou Wenger is the faculty sponsor. , . ~t , Michell Strack, Andrea Culwell and I'1 ta F3: aaI St. Xrmcent de Paul in Rogers held its annual Knights of the Altar appreciation and awards I e banquet for altar servers recently in the parish hall. Rick Stocker was Master of Ceremonie~ n The prindpal speaker was associate pastor Rev. John Marconi and entertainment was pro- a lq vided by the Rogers High School Jazz Band. Pastor Rev. Richard Oswald gave the benedic- tion and former pastor Msgr. John E. Murphy was the special guest. ~,1 Advisory committee members Kevin Necessary and Donnie Moore distributed rank pins h~ and honor crests to the 86 members of the group. Induded were awards for public speaking, ~ y personal finance, spirituality and scholarship. Junior Knights Rob Brothers, Jason Minton ~ fi and Eric Great showed a sfide presentation of the group's activities during the year. Senior ~ al knights Matt Nelson, Tun Goss and Kenneth Mocivnik were recognized for outstanding senior leadership. Jason Minton was selected W,~night of the Year," and Matt Nelson received ~ n the Sr. FeIcitas Memorial Scholarship. Tom Woodruff is the director of the group, t n Parishioners of St, Peter the Fisherman in welcome new associate pastors Rev. Brian Gallagher and Rev.James M. Fanrak, OSFS. St. Anne's Youth (SAY) of St. Anne's parish in North Little Rock recently sponsored a breakfast to welcome incoming ninth graders as new members of SAY and their parents as new members of the Concerned Parents organization. The group will sponsor a benefit breakfast Sunday, May 26, after the 8 AM Mass. Proceeds from the breakfast will help pay expenses for for Amy Woods, a member of SAY who will work as a missionary in Kenya this summer. Don and Sharon Denham are adult advisors. A Mass celebrating the feast of SAY Pentecost will be held at 3 PM Sunday, May 19, at Our Rev. James Mancini will Mountain Home recently held a reception to breakfast to welcome new members. Lady of Good Counsel Church, 1300 S.Jackson St., I.ittle Rode be the celebrant. All are invited. Morrilton Packing Company, Inc. Pork Packers...Direct From Producer to Consumer 354-2474 Morrilton, AR refer:s: " Home of fine clothing for men and women" 354-3186 Morrilton Henry Rohlman, Jr.