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A reminder to all National Honor Society members to remember to sign up to help out with the food drive by the end of the day, today.


​Blood Apostles:  the Advent Blood Drive that we always do so well at will be here before you know it. Juniors and Seniors may apply to become a Blood Apostle this week. Obviously you have to be able to give blood and you have to be willing to be and act as an apostle. If you are interested in applying,  please see Fr. Tim​ this week.


Thanksgiving Mass:  Before you know it, Thanksgiving will be here. Next week we will have our annual Thanksgiving Mass. If you are interested in assisting in any way, please see Mr. Remiger or Fr. Tim


Vianney STUCO: will be selling winter spirit gear after school TODAY at the Concession stand. This year we have Bandannas for $5.00 and Spirit socks for $10. See a STUCO rep for more details. TUESDAY after school FIRST COME FIRST SERVE!


PAINTBALL:   Don't miss the next PAINTBALL BATTLE!  It will take place on Wednesday, November 25th (the day before Thanksgiving) from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at Xtreme Paintball Park! Going? Sign-up on Ms. White's door by 11/18!  Any and all are welcome


On Thurs Nov 19th right after school
in the cafe will be a meeting for those interested in Tennis.


Robotics club will meet this afternoon in room 202 with Jim Howard from Boeing, please plan to be there!


PING PONG TOURNAMENT: STUCO is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament during the week of November 16th-20th. Entry fee for the tournament is 5 canned food items. Sign ups are all this week in room 310. You MUST turn in your 5 canned food items when you sign up. If you have questions see Mr. Lewis or Freshman Jake Luthy for details.

Griffin Theatre opens its 2015-16 season with John Cariani’s romantic comedy ALMOST, MAINE on Thursday, November 19, 2015. Since it was first produced in 2004 by the Portland Stage Company, ALMOST, MAINE has become one of the most produced plays by university, regional and high school theatres.


ALMOST, MAINE is made up of eight scenes, all of which happen at the same single moment in time. Each scene deals with the most basic of human emotions – Love. Beneath the clever comedy, this play is about people who are honestly dealing with one of life’s toughest challenges; a loving relationship.


ALMOST, MAINE is playing Thursday, November 19th, Friday, November 20th and Saturday, November, 21st at 7:30 pm and on Sunday, November 21st at 2:00 pm. Tickets are available on line through the Vianney website.


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