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Fifth-graders at Evansville’s Resurrection School recently solved the mystery to understanding difficult text! While socially distancing from their own “detective agency cubicle” each worked through their own file of tasks to crack the code of challenging words using context clues! It was evidence that learning can be fun — and that is no crime! Submitted photo

Solving the mystery of challenging words

Fifth-grade students at Evansville’s Resurrection School recently solved the mystery to understanding difficult text! While socially distancing from their own “detective agency cubicle” each worked through their own file of tasks to crack the code of challenging words using context clues! It was evidence that learning can be fun — and that is no crime!

Submitted photo

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First-grader Charlotte Mosbey, left, greets Holy Redeemer School principal Andrea Dickel as she arrives for school on Sept. 11. Dickel has been holding Friday morning dance parties to welcome students to school. Many students join her for a quick dance when they arrive, but Charlotte opted
for a high five! The Message photo by Tim Lilley

Holy Redeemer FriYAY!

First-grader Charlotte Mosbey, left, greets Holy Redeemer School principal Andrea Dickel as she arrives for school on Sept. 11. Dickel has been holding Friday morning dance parties to welcome students to school. Many students join her for a quick dance when they arrive, but Charlotte opted
for a high five!

The Message photo by Tim Lilley

Neighbors of All Saints Parish’s St. Anthony Campus in Evansville move through the line to get fresh produce during the parish’s final 2020 produce giveaway, held Sept. 13. At right, members of the parish’s praise band perform from the porch of the rectory. Approximately 30 individuals and families made it through the line during the first five minutes – a testament to the popularity and success of this effort, made possible by All Saints Parish and Seton Harvest of Evansville. The Message photo by Tim Lilley

All Saints holds final produce giveaway

Neighbors of All Saints Parish’s St. Anthony Campus in Evansville move through the line to get fresh produce during the parish’s final 2020 produce giveaway, held Sept. 13. Approximately 30 individuals and families made it through the line during the first five minutes – a testament to the popularity and success of this effort, made possible by All Saints Parish and Seton Harvest of Evansville.

The Message photo by Tim Lilley

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A ‘Bucket List’ ride at age 95!

Message subscriber Eleanor Lasher, 95, of Evansville, won a pair of tickets to Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari through our annual giveaway. Her granddaughter, Dawn Stevenson, wrote to us and sent a few photos of Eleanor taking a ‘Bucket List’ ride on the Thunderbird rollercoaster – her first-ever rollercoaster ride! This photo shows Dawn, second row left, and Eleanor during their Thunderbird ride. Dawn told us that Holiday World confirmed that her grandma is the oldest documented rider of the Thunderbird.

Submitted photo courtesy of Dawn Stevenson