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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Dear Classmates, 

     The first quarter is completed as well as all of the fall sports seasons. Following is an update on fall events and a look into the next quarter. 

Christmas at the Embassy - We have encouraged all of you within range of Fort Wayne to try to attend this great event featuring all musical groups from the school This year's date is Sunday, December 11, beginning at 4:00 PM. You will not be disappointed if you attend. 

Gym Floor - The gym floor replacement has been completed, and it looks beautiful. It has been named for one of our most famous former basketball players, Eugene Parker, who graduated several years after us. He died several years ago, and friends of Eugene initiated a campaign to replace the floor and name it for him The project was completely funded and has been used for fall sports. Come to a game and see it!

Fall-Winter Sports - Girls' and boys' soccer teams both had .500 records and did not advance in the tournaments. Both cross country teams advanced to the state finals again this year. The girls finished 8th which got them to the podium, and the boys finished 17th. One runner, Lexi Panning, finished in the top 25 which means she made all-state. Girls' volleyball won the SAC championship but lost to Dwenger, a team they had beaten during the year, in the sectionals. The football team won its first sectional game but lost the next Friday night. Basketball, wrestling, swimming, and gymnastics are the winter sports. Enthusiasm is high for boys' basketball since they return every player from a pretty good team from last year. 

Music Programs - We mentioned Christmas at the Embassy earlier which will feature all muic groups. The marching band has qualified for the state championship again even though the band size is a little smaller than in former years. The state finals will take place next weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. 

Please pray and support CLHS in any way that you can. The challenges to all of our Lutheran schools including CLHS are becoming greater every year. Our focus remains on Christ in a society that often sees Christians and Christianity in an unfavorable light of bigotry and narrow-mindedness which couldn't be farther from the truth. Finances continue to be an obstacle as well across the country while fewer and fewer church workers graduate from our Lutheran colleges every year. Our congregations seem to have a lot of people who have our hair color instead of being filled with vibrant young families. In spite of these obstacles, Chriist has promised us a sure hope of eternal life and and an encouragement to persevere in the face of persecution and other difficulties. He is risen! He is risen indeed!

P.S. If you have not indicated your plans regarding next fall's 60th, please return the survey or email your intentions if you have lost track of the survey.