Jan. 15, 2013 Tuesday A Day
Aaron Reynolds, Chris Roseman, Jack Lyons, Matt Dreyer, Tom Schulte and Sam Oldani please come to room 105 today during encore.
Inline Hockey Tryouts: Tonight from 5pm - 6pm @ The All American Hockey Rink. The cost to try out is $20.00 and if you can't make it to please contact Dennis Young ~ 636-226-5153 or Joyce Young~ 636-226-5152
Seniors: Check out Family Connection for new scholarships that have been posted including the Best Buy scholarship and the AES Engineers Scholarship. Also, scholarships are available for seniors living in the 63026 zip code (Fenton) and for seniors with a parent who is active Guard or Reserve in the Army, has served in the Army, Guard or Reserve, or who currently works for a defense contractor or a defense agency. See your counselor for more information.
In honor of the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I have a Dream" speech, the city of Kirkwood's Human Rights Commission is sponsoring an essay contest for all Juniors. If you are interested, please see Mr. Mohr in room 304 as soon as possible.
The Eagle Scout group will meet near the Media Center on Thursday during Encore. Those who are Eagle Scouts or on the trail may come. Talk to Bro Andy if you have any questions.
Marianist Heritage Mass: Our next student body mass is on Jan. 22 as we remember Blessed Chaminade, the founder of the Marianists. If anyone wishes to assist in the mass, please see Fr. Tim sometime this week.
Track athletes, Individualized weight workouts should be turned in to Coach Mohr in room 304 asap.
ALL: Griffin LIFE will meet on Tuesdays this semester beginning this Tuesday from 5:30-7:30 in the Marianist Lobby. All are welcome.
Attention track athletes, check out the track board for information on the Big River Running/University of Missouri All-Comers High School Challenge, with qualifying taking place over the next several weekends. Information is also available online through Big River Running website or see Coach Mohr for more details.
Pro Life Pilgrimage to Washington, DC: Students going to the Pro Life trip with Vianney are asked to come to the communion service this morning and to remain after for some announcements. If you have any questions, see Fr. Tim.
The basketball team would like to thank everyone for their support and participation in the annual Paint It Pink Game. The varsity team defeated SLUH 52-34 in the game with Brad Woodson, Sean O'Brien, and Tanner Cochran scoring in double figures. Off the court, the program raised over $7000 for the American Cancer Society. Thank you Griffins for stepping up and supporting a great cause!
If you could not get enough hoops on Friday night, come on out tonight as Vianney hosts DeSmet in a key MCC contest at 7:00 p.m.