Youth events

Service trip

Twelve St. Xavier High School students and two adults took a week-long service trip to Belize City and constructed a home for a man and his two children, ages 13 and 7, June 24 through July 1.
The St. X volunteers purchased supplies and constructed a 16-foot by 16-foot home. Additionally, through fundraising efforts, the group purchased bunk beds for the children and a dining table and chairs.
The participants included 2012 graduates Cameron Ubben and Dylan Vish; seniors Eli Kramer, Sam Lavey and Parker Thieneman; and juniors Patrick George, Orion Johns, Will Ostertag, John Shewmaker, Ross Vessels, Andrew Willet and Dean Yoder. The students were accompanied by theology teacher, Rosanna Vessels, and St. X chaplain, Father Anthony Vinson.

FBLA honors

Trinity High School’s class of 2012 members Thomas Albrekston, Patrick Brennan and Patrick Heeb finished second in the nation at the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas, June 29 to July 2. They competed in the category of management decision-making. The students received plaques and a check for $100 to split amongst the three of them.

Fair-trade crafts

Just Creations, a non-profit fairtrade store that was started by St. William Church parishioners, will offer its annual Passport Adventure July 28 from noon to 4 p.m. at 2722 Frankfort Avenue.
This free event is for elementary-aged children and will feature craft projects from around the world. Art and craft projects include: printmaking with African Adinkra stamps, bead necklaces from Vietnam and a scavenger hunt.

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