Tuesday, September 9, 2003

Notre Dame installation



In the schools

READING - Sister Rita Sturwold will be installed as the first president of Mount Notre Dame High School at the 5 p.m. Mass Saturday in the school's student activities center, 711 E. Columbia Ave.

The Most Rev. Carl Moeddel, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati; the Hon. Penny Asbrock Cunningham '67 and Sister Elizabeth Marie Bowyer, SND the Provincial of the Ohio Province, will officiate at the rite of installation.

St. Mary's School: Doing part for Habitat

HYDE PARK - Habitat for Humanity workers won't go hungry while working on a Walnut Hills house thanks to the efforts of fourth-grade students at St. Mary's School.

The students will pack and deliver brown bag lunches today, Sept. 16 and Sept. 23 for St. Mary's Church workers who are assisting in the building of a home at Blair and Mathers avenues. It is the 100th house the parish has sponsored.

The 60 fourth-graders were each asked to do chores over the summer to earn $5 to pay for lunch materials. They also baked cookies and brownies for the workers' dessert.

Throughout the year the students will provide goodies and surprises for the family that moves into the home.

Blessed Sacrament: Clearing trophy case

FORT MITCHELL - Blessed Sacrament School, 2407 Dixie Highway, has too many trophies and is looking to give some away.

More than 80 team trophies from 1990 to 1996 have been removed from the school's three display cases to make room for awards earned by current teams. The old trophies will be given away to anyone who wants them - first come, first served.

Call Laurie Murray, 331-4861, to get a trophy. A list of available trophies can be viewed at www.bssky.org

St. John the Baptist: Visitors are welcome

COLERAIN TWP. - St. John the Baptist School, 5375 Dry Ridge Road, will hold an open house at 2 p.m. Sunday to showcase its recently completed science lab and eighth-grade classroom.

The classrooms were built in the church undercroft and opened to students Aug. 25.

The school's library and computer lab will also be open to tour.

Information: 385-7970.

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