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•   Marilyn Droege (McClure)  1/11
•   William Meyer  8/11
•   Janice Reinking (Hand)  11/18
•   Cheryl Lindeman (Markey)  6/16
•   James Smith  6/15
•   Don Schoenefeld  7/25
•   Donn Werling  3/7
•   Kathleen Koeneman (Putnam)  2/2
•   Sandra Maszkiewicz (Johnston)  9/8
•   Susan Waikel (Till)  9/6
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4 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
6 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
3 live in Illinois
56 live in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Maryland
2 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Michigan
4 live in Missouri
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2 live in North Carolina
3 live in Ohio
3 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
3 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
4 live in Wisconsin
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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Dear Classmates, 

      The second semester has begun at CLHS. Christmas at the Embassy which is the location of the Christmas musical presentations was a great success as usual. With the departure of the former choir director, Mrs. Jennifer Porath took on double duty this year as band director and choir director. It was a difficult task, but both groups were outstanding. CLHS is in the process of finding a replacement for her as choir director so she may again devote herself full-time to the instrumental program. 

     Basketball Teams - The girls' basketball season ended last weekend with a loss to Woodlan in the finals of the sectional tournament. They had a relatively sub-par season but lost several games by only a few points. The boys' season continues through February. They are a couple of games over .500 and could have a very good record since they have lost several games by fewer than five points. Sectional games begin at the end of this month, 

     Capital Campaign - In the near future CLHS will be embarking on an extensive capital campaign to bring the building up to the modern world. Much of the buiilding is still in the same state it was when it was built the year after we graduated which makes it sixty years old. Look for information from the school if you are on the school's mailing list. If you still have a warm feeling like many of us do for our high school, consider supporting this project financially. Much of the project is still in the planning stages. 

     On a personal note, my wife Anne and I are adult mentors for a group which is part of a program at CLHS called Koinonia that meets once a week. There are three kids from each grade level so we have twelve students in our group, nine of which have been with us from the year before. Around sixty of these groups meet every week on Thursday morning for discussion of the weekly chapel or a a topic prepared by a class of students under the guidance of the school pastor. We also do things of a social nature like playing games or sharing highs and lows of the week. I wish we had had something like this when we were in school. I can assure you after doing this for the last fourteen years that the spiritual climate of the school is greatly enhanced by this program. Something really neat was that after last week's session, Anne and i had four granddaughters in the koinonia room saying hi. Three are students, and the other one is student teaching at CLHS this semester before becoming a full-time(married) Lutheran teacher next fall. What a blessing!

Happy New Year to all of you! I'm pretty sure most of you have already abandoned any hope of keeping whatever resolutions you might have made. Just kidding! I'm sure you are all still right on course.