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October 22, 1982     Arkansas Catholic
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Ingathering Slated Nov. 20 Rock -- The Arkansas Inter-Faith Task Force will hold its fifth annual Hunger Ingathering Saturday, :.20, at the State Fairgrounds. the Ingathering -- supported by a Arkansas church denominations -- more than $2-million in con- of Columbus Hawaii Trip Rock -- Arkansas Knights of are being offered a vacation trip to I March 23, 1983. Deputy R.S. "Bob" Peters, Jr., said encompasses eight days and seven from $399 plus 15 per cent tax person. ig to do so may extend the trip ix days and five nights on the island of and the town of Kona on the "Big plus 15 per cent additional. said the space is limited and are on a first-come, first-served tributions to help the hungry. The Ingathering, which annually attracts more than a thousand visitors from around the state, will open at 9 A.M. and end at 12:30 P.M. with a prayer service of thanksgiving. As in previous years, there will be mission displays, books and handicraft booths, clowns, animals of all sizes to look at and play with, music and films. "This year, though, there will also be many new experiences," according to Sister Mary Catherine Dunn, D. C., and Mrs. Elinor Dalheim. They said that Ingathering '82 will feature foods from around the world, a Rice Booth and a series of mini-conferences dealing with topics such as Hunger in the U.S.A., Hunger and Children (learning activities for pre- school and elementary children and their teachers), Hunger and Lifestyle and Youth in Dialogue (for high school and college students). These mini-conferences will offer information, instruction and resources for action. They will be offered at 10-10:45 A.M. and repeated at 11-11:45 A.M., allowing participants to take part in two areas. His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. 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Biltz will present the workshop, "Hunger for Justice," and Jeanne Whitesell and Carolyn Chalmers will be two of the teachers at the Learning Centers. The Catholic booth will, as in previous years, offer baskets of apples as a unique feature. "It will also provide," Sister Maggie Fisher, S.C.N., said, "information on groups and organizations working to overcome hunger, groups to which many Catholics belong and through which they can work to assist in feeding the hungry. After all, the Lord did say, 'I was hungry and you...' He not' feed Him in others," she said. The Ingathering is planned each year so that people in churches all across Arkansas, from many faith backgrounds, can come together in common goals for helping needy sisters and brothers and for thanking God for the bounty of the earth that can be shared. The IHTF also sponsors the Hunger Hikes in the weeks preceding Ingathering and the Rice Depot which was organized in July, 1982, to distribute Arkansas rice to needy families through local food-providing agencies. For additional information, call Sister Mary Catherine Dunn, D.C., 534-2883, or Sister Maggie Fisher, S.C.N., 664-0340. Paid for by Bill Waiters Grade School: St. Anthony's High School: Ratcliff, Arkansas Subiaco Academy Presently a member of Christ the King Church DISTRICT 14 includes Barling, Paris, Subiaco, Booneville, Mena, Waldron, Hartford and Greenwood FOR HARD WORK AND GOOD COMMON SENSE VOTE FOR BILL WALTERS CENTRAL HARDWARE S. Waldron Shopping Center Phone 452-4440 Fort Smith BEER SHRIMP / '1 l' "In 11 I' "LI  OTHER sE,ooo | J,JJ L'JLJ  v OR WINE SERVED CHICKEN  -- w' --/' CHOICE STEAKS \\; / n./,L_... / opt. 4:3o P, xo:oo p. 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