Daily Bulletin

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

CAMPUS MINISTRY

The Rosary will be prayed in the Chapel tomorrow morning at 7:30. All are welcome to come and pray. Rosaries and instructions are provided.

Please go to MobileServe for details on four projects we have listed for this weekend.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to junior Carson Ching for being a runner-up in the National Francophone Culture Trivia Contest, which tested knowledge of the French-speaking world. 37,000 high school and college students across the country competed in the first round, and Carson was one of 20 finalists. He placed fifth in the nation in the final round last week. Way to go, Carson!

Have you ever dreamed of starting a company and wondered what it takes and where to start? Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs can help! In the three weeks at GSE you will be exposed to experienced entrepreneurs, startup tools, funding, pitch competitions, emerging technologies, and scholarships. It is 100% free to apply and attend; all Kentucky 9th, 10th, and 11th graders are eligible to apply. There will be a representative from the Kentucky Governor's School for Entrepreneurs in the Ulmer Conference Room on Friday at 3:00 p.m. to meet with potential students. See Mr. Chitwood or Matt Bartholomai with questions.

DRAMA NEWS

Thespians have a mandatory meeting today at 3:00 in the auditorium.

CLUB NEWS

Members of the DIY Diversity Includes You Club will meet at 3:00 p.m. in the cafeteria by the doors exiting to the circle to determine transportation logistics for our meeting at Assumption.  Remember to turn in your permission slip if you have not yet done so. See Mr. Bird with any questions.  Gracias.

SPORTS NEWS

St. X bowling tigers defeated the Ballard Bruins by a score of 5-2.  Great games were bowled by the following bowlers: Austin Raley 290 and 236, Zach Lykins 277, Waylon Metts 235, Jacob Sowders 217, Aaron Cambron 216, and Weston Metts 202.