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32nCathollc Northwest Progress Aj: 6, 1962 Who Will Win This Year's Serra Award? PROMOTING VOCATIONS to the priesthood, that is the sole purpose of the Seattle Serra Club and Serra Interne. tional. Among the activities toward this end is the Serra Club's Altar Boy Award program, which annually is given to boys chosen the most outstanding server in their respective parishes. Michael Wiese last year was selected the recip- ient of this coveted honor in St. Thomas Perish, Riverton. Presentation was made by His Excellency, the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle. With them is William C. Rast, Serra altar boy program co-chalrman. Michael is now completing his high school freshmen year ef St. Edward's Seminary. Tl2e Progress wishes to thank the Men ot Serra and all the business and professional firms, which have made this special Vocation Edition possible. NE OF THE brightest notes in the history of the Archdiocese of Seattle is Serra International. Composed of dedi- cated Catho]ic business and professional men, Serra International was born July 2, 1938 in Sattle---three and a half years after the first Serra Club, also in Seattle, was established. Its sole aim is the promotion of priestly voca- tions and is, therefore, the goal of every Man of Serra in Seattle, Tacoma and Everett in the Archdiocese of Seattle, in Spokane and Yakima whose areas are in the Province of Seattle, and in the other 215 clubs in 10 coun- tries throughout the world. .wro Moss brvor AwoNI