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PAGE 4 A NsAs CATHOLIC" JULY 22, By Judy Hoelzeman After four weeks of training in Tucson, AZ, Lorraine E. Dierks, of St. Mary parish in Hot Springs, will begin a year of travel with "Up With People" song and dance group. Dierks was one of 600 selected to repre- sent the U. S. in the internation- Lorraine E. Dierks ally-acclaimed group. She will travel in the U. S., Mexico, Canada, Europe, Russia and Australia. The group also does community service in the towns they visit. Dierks is the daugh- ter of Don and Anne Dierks of St. Mary parish. Anne Dierks is the director of the Respect Life Office of the Diocese of Little Rock. GREERS "Home of fine clothing for men & women" Morrilton, AR Henry Rohlman, Jr. Three Little Rock Catholics were among 16 persons honored for volun- teer work recently by KLRT Television's "Time To Care" community action program, initiated to encouragevolun- teerism in the state. Receiving awards at the "16 Who Cared" banquet were Dr. Theresa Arthur, MD, of Chris t the King, and Mary Jo Knittig and Randy Kuehner, both of Our Lady of Good Counsel. Arthur is volunteer medical director of Hospice of Central Arkansas, spon- sored by the Central Arkansas Area Agency on Aging. Hospice helps ter- minally ill patients who wish to die in a home setting do so with comfort and dignity. A family practice physician, she is the daughter of Ben and Frances Rodriguez of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish. Mary Jo Knittig has been a "Big Sis- ter" with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Pulaski County for six years. She is also a Volunteer Service Unit Manager for the Girl Scouts, overseeing volunteer MORRILTON PLUMBING , & HEATING CO. " "': * Repair * Remod61ing * New Work Hwy. 64 East Morrilton 354-2052 Herb Kordsmeier, President MAUS IMPLEMENT CO. 1120 West Broadway M0rrilt0n, AR 72110 Charter a Bus! __ Any size bus available, from school bus to luxury air conditioned coaches. Houston - Bigelow Bus Lines Arrow Coach Lines 2715 W. lOth St. LR 663-6002 Toll Free 1- 800 - 632 - 5679 Pastoral Care Director CATHOLIC DIRECTOR OF PASTORAL SERVICES sought for progressive 188-bed acute compre- hensive care medical center. Pre[er degree in theology or related disciplines, [our'uniLs of CPE, two units being advanced units, advanced chap- lain status with NACC or be a [ellow within COG Pastoral 3ervJces and management experience pre[erred. Send resume to: Sister Cheryl Sylvester Mt. Carmel Medical Center Centennial & Rouse Pittsburflb KS 66762 recruitment for 45 troops. Her mother is Agnes Knittig, circulation manager for the Arkansas Catholic. Randy Kuehner, of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish, was recognized for his fund raising efforts for the Central Arkansas Area Agency on Aging. He is the son of AI and Barbara Kuehner of Christ the King parish. ~e , 8c Lynda Heath Bryant of St. Mary in Paragould was installed as president of the Arkansas Funeral Direc- tors Association at a recent three- state convention in Monroe, LA. She is co-man- ager of Heath Funeral Home in Paragould. A former teacher, Bryant is married Lynda Heath Bryant to Jimmy Ray Bryant and has three daughters and one granddaughter. Herman and Beth Lensing of St. Anne parish in North Little Rock are the parents of award-winning students. Janet Lensing, dinner is $10 per person. The Clock band will provide music. St. Bernard's began on June 17, 191 with Mass celebrated in a Bella home The church building was structed in 1981. For tickets I dinner and dance or for more info ll tion, cofitact l ucy Loveland, 855-96S| or the church rectory, 855-9069. II , || Seventy-six young parishioners of l Ignatius, Scranton, St. Meinrad,I View, and Sts. Peter and Paul, Mol son Bluff, participated in a week-lo Vacation Bible School held at the0] St. Ignatius school building, pat] George of St. Ignatius coordinated t le: event with help from teachers from:] three parishes. Children served t lectors at each day's opening si' Videos on the Bible and the saints we I) viewed each day and the week endt& h T :nga lg:::h ea pde 2 !i school and kindergarten classes :i with the carnival. No stangers to t ka business, the parishes have been c0] ducting Vacation Bible Schools .lisp about 15 years. nse,t!i an eighth-grade graduate of St. Patrick School, was one of four Little Rock - Our Lady of God] I1 .,,i CO students there Counsel will be holding its an u,] , who received the Vacation Bible School the Week ofJt o. Presidential Aca- 23-27, 9:30 AM - Noon. This year| theme is "Saints AliveI" Children agt demic Fitness Award for aca- three to 12 will be studyin vari0l"r 1 ca demic achieve- saints through stones, skits and fi ment. She will be All are welcome. For more informati re a freshman at Mt. contact the office of Our Lady of Go ] St. Mary Acad- Janet Lensing Counsel at 666- 073 - ol emy in the fall. ] Dennis Lensing, a sophomore at Hendrix College in Conway, has been selected to spend a year studying English literature at Ox- ford, England, with the Hen- drix-in-Oxford program. He was the second-place winner in the Hendrix Murphy t . AII . Dennis Lensing F o u n d a t i o n short story con- test. He is a 1989 graduate of Catholic High School in Little Rock. All are invited to join pastor Rev. Joseph J. Enderlin and parishioners of St. Bernard in Bella Vista as they cele- brate their tenth anniversary as a par- ish. A social hour will begin at 5:30 PM, followed by dinner at 6:50 PM at the Bella Vista Country Club. Cost of the A thousand points of water? youngster greets summer a drenching from an (CNS/UPI)