Vianney Daily Bulletin

Tuesday, November 7:

Mass will be celebrated in the chapel this morning. We will pray in gratitude for the achievements of the soccer team and pray for the many people who lost their lives in Texas as a result of the tragedy.

Tomorrow morning at 8:30 AM eight of our current baseball players will be signing their National Letter’s of Intent.  come to the Media Center to show your support of them.  The ones signing at this time are: Anthony Altobella, Caleb Buehrle, Michael DiPiazza, Tommy Jones, Andrew Keck, Luke Mann, Brendan May and Noah Niznik.

Saturday the varsity chess team placed fourth in the Maplewood tournament.  Paul Nicholson, Eric Ohlendorf and Kyle Galati won individual awards.  Chess team tryouts continue this week, and new players are welcome.

Goals by Kamou Harris, Steven Bibas and Tommy Geders was plenty offense to catapult the soccer team to the Class 4 State Final 4 this weekend. The soccer team defeated Howell 3-1 and will play Springfield Kickapoo in the state semifinals this Friday at 6:00 at Soccer Park.  

If you are a Junior or Senior and interested in being a Blood Apostle, we are looking for 12 good men to serve and lead this important drive which will happen in a few weeks. You can pick up an application from Father Tim sometime this week.

Ambassadors from Open House are reminded to return your name tag and tie to Coach Brown today or tomorrow at the latest.

Does film interest you? Do you like to discuss movies? Do you just like watching movies? You're in luck because Vianney Film Club is right for you. Griffin Critics will be holding their first meeting today during encore in room 503 (Mr. Book’s room). We will discuss expectations and even the first movie the club will be watching. Questions? Ask juniors Ben Erken and Ethan Bopp or senior Matt Anderson.

There are no student birthdays to celebrate today so those are you back-to-school Tuesday announcements.  Make it a great day to be a Griffin!