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By Judy Hoelzeman Two former students of St. Joseph School in Pads graduated at the top of the senior class at Paris High School. Zachary Nehus of SL Jo- seph parish in was valedic- torian. His hon- ors included aca- demic achieve- ment medals in English, Math and Science, Na- Zachary Nehus tional Honor Society and Boys State. Nehus was awarded several scholarships, including a freshman academic scholarship to attend the University of Arkansas, Fay- etteville, the U of A Engineering De- partmental Scholarship and the Minis- terial Alliance Scholarship. He is the son of Jamc.s anti Rita Nehus. Mike Stengel, son of Jim and Ther- esa Stengel of SL Anthony parish in Ratellff, was salu- tatorian, lit: is also a Boys Slate Delegate and was selected to Who's Who among American High School Stu- dents. He re- ceived academic awards in Chem- istry, Keyboard- MikeSiengel ing, Advanced English and TEAMS. 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We Care is a private agency which provides help for needy persons in southeast Pulaski County. Christ the King helps support We Care with funding and volunteers. To donate books, call Bau- mann at 225-1099, or PatJackson at the We Care Center, 897-5094. : William Fargo, a native of North Little Rock and the son of Bill and Theresa Fargo of Immaculate Con- ception parish, recently received the "Exemplary Role Model in Physical Educa- tion" award for the state of Hawaii. Fargo taught at Im- maculate Con- ception school from 1974-77 and at other Arkansas schools before moving to Kailua, Hawaii, in 1978 to coach William Fargo and teach at St. Anthony Junior High. During his 11 years in coaching, Fargo's teams have compiled a 195-39 record. In 1987, Fargo was diagnosed with cancer. Although he has had surgery and is currently undergoing chemother- apy, he continues to teach and runs three days a week. While in Hawaii, he also completed his Master's in Educa- tion at the University of Hawaii. Celebrant Singers, a ten-member Christian singing group, will perform at 7 PM on Wednesday, June 27, at st. Peter's in Mountain Home and on Thursday, June 28, at Blessed Sacrament in Jonesboro. The California travels with its own 12-piece orchest and performs 90 minutes of music testimony. There is no admission charge but free-will offerings will be taken. All are invited. Joel DiPippa has been recognized the Talent Identification Program of Duke Univer- sity for outstand- ing achievement on the ACT As- sessment. The award is given each year to mathematically and verbally gifted seventh graders from 16 southwestern and midwestern states. DiPippa will be Joel DiPippa at Pulaski Heights Junior High next fall; his ACT score was comparable to college-bound high school seni0r DiPippa is the son of John and DiPippa of Little Rock. His the coordinator of the West Side Medical Clinic, which is sponsored the Diocese of Little Rock. ** ** !ii Parishioners at St. Bernard in Bellt Vista help operate a Care and Store, which provides food, and financial assistan in the northwest corner of Their efforts began in 1983 with encouragement of then-pastor Frederick Zarrilli. Lew and coordinated early efforts at volunteers for the store and the delivery of food baskets and ing at Thanksgiving and Christmas. The store has been remodeled the hours of operation expanded. Bernard parishioner Mary Hanlon coordinates volunteers and many hours at the Care and herself. The parish collects appliances and furniture for the once a month on the church lot. Several other area churches participate in this ecumenical effort provide assistance for people in Mary Hanlon (L) at the Care and Share Store. (Dotie Evans)