Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin

October 22, 2013    Tuesday                                                                                                            A Day

 

This is a not-so-gentle reminder that you are not to bring books into the Café at lunch shifts.  Piling them up along the walls creates a hazard.

 

Pro Life Club:  The Pro Life club will meet at encore on Tuesday in Chapel. We have much to discuss and plan for including the upcoming luncheon on Sunday; the 40 Days for Life vigil; and the Nov. 1stmass. Please make every effort to be present. 

 

Mock Trial will meet after school on Thursday in room 302.

 

Griffin Life will meet this Wednesday. We will be discussing current events in our world and the Church's stance. See you at 5:30pm in the Marianist Lobby. 

 

Freshmen interested in trying out for basketball, your meeting will be on Tuesday during Encore in room 303.

 

CHESS TEAM PRACTICE BEGINS NEXT MONDAY.  ALL CANDIDATES, INCLUDING THOSE IN FALL SPORTS, MUST REGISTER EITHER WITH MR. PETERSEN IN ROOM 208 OR MR. BAUR IN ROOM 209.

 

This Saturday, dodge ball returns to Vianney.  Rosters are available  in the cafe or in room  305.  Teams will be comprised of six players.  The entry fee is $5 per player with proceeds benefiting our Special Olympics event in the spring.  Get a roster, get your boys together and we'll see who claims the 2013 dodge ball title.  Forms must be turned in by Thursday.

 

Time to brush up on your Welsh, boys!  That's right, on Thursday October 24th our exchange students from Llandovery College in Wales arrive in St. Louis!  They will be in classes on Friday and will be attending Vianney events and learning all about Vianney and St. Louis that following week.  If you'd like to know more, find Andrew Goewert, Ryan Griffin, Dave O'Leary, Zach Dempsey, Dave Prost or Spencer Dorlac and ask them all about the Vianney/Llandovery experience!

 

Tech Club this Friday: Sound waves and electrical current - how a speaker works.

 

Varsity Soccer will play Desmet tonight at 7:00pm. It is a rare Home Game on the Heeb.. Please come out and support your classmates. The Griffins are 2-0 in the conference and need a HUGE crowd to come out and make some noise.

 

The freshman football team notched their first win of the year defeating Farmington 21-14. The scoring was started on a last second circus catch by Cole Hensel on a pass by Caleb Krull at the end of the first half. James Schueler and Jake Lyon scored on TD runs as well.Next up the final game of the season next Monday at home against Ft Zumwalt South.

 

Attention seniors:  Ride To The Rock--Rockhurst University's overnight campus visit is on November 3 and 4.  Cost is $35.  Bus transportation is included and it is filling up quickly!  See your counselor in the Leadership Center for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

College   Reps on Campus :

 

 

 

 

Thursday,   October 24

8:40

 

College   of Charleston

Charleston,   SC

 

10:40

 

St.   Ambrose University

Davenport,   IA

 

 

Friday, October   25

2:10

 

Marquette   University

Milwaukee,   WI

 

Monday, October 28                             8:40                        Avila U.                                        Kansas City, MO