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Catholic school principals within the Diocese of Evansville were honored recently for their hard work and dedication. National Appreciation Day for Catholic School Principals was celebrated Nov. 19. Principals were recognized in many ways, including with gifts, thank you cards, treats and social media posts. Holy Rosary School in Evansville celebrated with a large yard sign that read “We love our Principals.” Pictured is Holy Rosary principal Joan Fredrich, left, and assistant principal, Tracey Unfried.  Submitted photo

Thank you, principals!

Catholic school principals within the Diocese of Evansville were honored recently for their hard work and dedication. National Appreciation Day for Catholic School Principals was celebrated Nov. 19. Principals were recognized in many ways, including with gifts, thank you cards, treats and social media posts. Holy Rosary School in Evansville celebrated with a large yard sign that read “We love our Principals.” Pictured is Holy Rosary principal Joan Fredrich, left, and assistant principal, Tracey Unfried. The National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) established the Appreciation Day, which has typically been celebrated on the third Thursday in November.

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Quilt raffle to benefit Father Effing, Catholic Church in Russia

Good Shepherd parishioner Donna Hamilton donated this “Falling Leaves” quilt to the Mary Mother of God Mission Society: Reviving the Roman Catholic Church in Eastern Russia as a fundraiser gift for the mission in Vladivostok, Russia. The raffle drawing is Dec. 11. Click here for more information.

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Catholic school principals within the Diocese of Evansville were honored recently for their hard work and dedication. National Appreciation Day for Catholic School Principals was celebrated Nov. 19. Principals were recognized in many ways, including with gifts, thank you cards, treats and social media posts. . At St. Joseph School in Princeton, students and staff wore neckties to school to express their appreciation for their principal, Dan Gilbert. Pictured are St. Joseph first-graders and Gilbert, left, all wearing ties. The National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) established the Appreciation Day, which has typically been celebrated on the third Thursday in November. Submitted photo

Thank you, principals!

To celebrate National Appreciation Day for Catholic School Principals at St. Joseph School in Princeton, students and staff wore neckties to school to express their appreciation for their principal, Dan Gilbert. Pictured are St. Joseph first-graders and Gilbert, left, all wearing ties.

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3rd annual Ton of Toys program set to launch

Vicki Eichmiller, center, former executive director of the St Vincent de Paul Evansville District Council, stands with WIKY Radio personalities Diane Douglas, left, and Dennis Jon Bailey in front of the Ton of Toys collected in 2019 during the 2nd annual Ton of Toys Program.

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