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i! ' AF KNSAS CATHOLIC September 4, 1999 Page 3 VOLUNTEER: Diane Pohlmeier, a of St. Joseph Church in Paris, was accepted into the Franciscan Ministry Program of Philadel- phia. The Francis- cans operate vol- unteer programs in several areas. Pohlmeier will ser- ve as a missionary in Wilmington, Del., through July 2000, possibly wor- king in prison min- istry, youth min- istry, Hisp c min- istry or in a Cath- olic school where is 98 percent minor- magna cum laude University of the Ozarks in May with a degree in psychol- daughter of Tom and Sharon WORKSHOP: Immaculate Blytheville will host music workshop from 9 a.m. to Saturday, Sept. 25. The workshop planning the liturgical year, and building an adult choir and congregational participa- will be led by Bernice Hatch, a music and piano and choir director at St. Clare in Portland, Ore. The $10 registra- includes lunch. For more infor- call Louise Valdez at (870) 762- 762-1815. Esther Breeding (center) sings the recessional song at her farewell Mass at St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish in Fayetteville. Breeding, former campus minister, is moving with her husband and son to Alabama. The Knights of Columbus at St. Jude Church in Jacksonville recently elected officers for the year. District 3 Deputy Kevin Brownell St. and his warden, Todd Hazlik, installed the new officers. They are John Hertzog, chancellor; Jerry Neppl, deputy grand knight; Bill McCullough, warden; Bob Coleman, out- side guard; Mike Kieffer, financial secre- tary;, Bruce Razer, grand knight; Bobby Hayes, treasurer; Brian Donahue, advocate; Garth Trays, lecturer; Henry Spencer, recorder; Father Tej Lal, chaplain, and Father Thomas Arackal, assistant chaplain. E[LGIUMAGE: St. Elizabeth Church in Eureka Springs is hosting a pilgrimage to holy shrines in Italy. The l 1-day tour begins Nov. 1 and includes accommoda- tions, meals and local transportation. Pastor Father James Fanrak, along with an English-speaking guide, will escort the travelers. Cities include Venice, Florence, Asss mad Rome. Mass will be celebrated in the four major basilicas. The project was developed by parishioners to raise money to pay off the parish debt. For more information, call parish's adminis- trator, Ken Kimball, at (501) 253-2222. 50TH ANNIVERSARY" Charlie and Martha McNeil will celebrate their 50th wedding anniver- sary with a Mass at Immaculate Conception Chur- ch in North Little Rock Sept. 5. A reception will fol- low in the parish, center. Mr. Mc- Neil is a retired electrician and has driven Bishop AndrewJ. McDonald all over the state The McNeils for the past 15 years. Mrs. McNeil served as the secretary to the bishop for 21 years. The McNeils have a daughter and son:m- law, Janet and George Finch, and two grandchildren. WHAT'S HAPPENING IN YOUR PARISH? At#des and photographs for the Padsh News page should be mailed to P.(9. Box 7417, Little Rock, AR 72217 or faxed to (501) 664-9075 within two weeks of the event. Defending the Defenseless As one who cares about pro-life concerns, you are no doubt keenly aware of the principles of life and liberty that made this country the great nation it is today. You are aware that many of these great principles are in danger as you consider abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia. You are no doubt concerned about the millions of people whose lives are affected or endangered. At the National Right to Life Educational Trust Ftmct, we are cxmeenx, d about both the philosophy of life that we as a nation choose and about the individual men, women and children whose lives are affected by inaccurate information and uninformed choices. Through education and the support of related social services, we are helping the hands of those who can neither speak for nor care for themselves. We need your help to carry on this vital work on behalf of the lives of these innocents, whatever hheir age or situation. We believe that you are just the kind of person who could join with us. Give to the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund Support the Combined Federal Campaign State and Local Marketplace Campaism National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund 419 7th Street, NW, Suite 500 Washington, DC 20004 (202) 626-8800 Catholic Junior Band needs nausic stands for its students. The band is starting its second SChool year of 01 mli0n. It used to practice at Mount St. Mary and Catholic High ,Schools in Rock, but this year is setting up programs in elementary ,schools that do not have band rooms. If you have any music Stands to donate, call Dave Kem at(501) 664-5376. POSITION AVAILABLE District manager and agency opportunities available in the Little Rock, Ark. and surround- ing area. Check the opportunities of a fraternal insurance company on the move! Up-to-date prod- ucts, annualized commissions and override and sales in- centives. All replies confidential. Send resume to The Cath- olic Knights of America, 3525 Hampton Ave., St. Louis, MO 63139-1980, or call Jay Schenk (800) 844-3728 ext. 24. October I I, 1999 Country Club of Arkansas II Maumelle, Ai'kansos A Benefit for Catholic Charities of Arkansas All Sponsors receive the following benefffs: Acknowledgment in the tournament program Income tax deduction Satisfaction from supporting Catholic Charities Recognition in the Arkansas CathOlic Donation off $1 O0 - $3OO Hole Sponso* - $300 Includes a sign on one hole Priest Sponsor - $138 - $500 Sponsorship of a diocesan priest ........ cogp te ;e clip onTrr ll ........ lype of Sponsorship ___Sponsor $ 100 - $300 Hole Sponsor- $300 __ Priest Sponsor - $135 - $500 Pdest's name .......... Componynome: Address. Zip.. Contact person: Phone: ..... For more information contact: Dennis Lee or Cathy France, Catholic Social Services, RO. Box 7239 Little Rock, AR 72217-7239 (501) 66q-03q0