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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Dear Classmates, 

     Another academic year has begun at our alma mater. For the first time in two years, there are no restrictions regarding health issues although there were very few already last year. Enrollment is up with a freshman class of around 180 replacing a senior class of about 150. Jacob Pennekamp begins his second year as head of school, and an important financial position has been filled in the person of Matt Konow. Matt has served as the head of Cross Connections, a Lutheran counselling agency, for the past several years. He will be filling the position which was held by John Schoedel who moved to St. Louis. 

     Building Changes - A new gym floor has been installed over the summer and will be ready for use by August 19. This project was started by people desiring to honor Eugene Parker, a former CLHS basketball great who graduated a few years after us in 1974. Parker died six years ago at the age of 60. He was a successful lawyer and agent for many famous professional athletes. The building has many structural needs as you can imagine in a building that is practically as old as we are. Think of all the structural changes you might like for your body. As usual, money is an object, and any way you can help by contributing to our high school will be most welcome. 

     Sports News - Tim Mannigel, the man who coached CLHS to its only state football chamionship in history retired two years ago. However, as a famous ESPN announcer liked to say, "He's baaaaaaaack!" After a one-year absence, Mannigel will take the coaching reins again this fall. The FB team was 2-8 last year so upward should be the best option with his return. Another FB note is that the SAC has created two divisions which means CLHS will have fewer games with SAC teams and will be able to schedule more teams closer to our enrollment size. The cross country teams have been very strong the past few years and should be strong again, especially the boys' team. Our girls' VB teams are traditional powerhouses and should be again this year. Boys' tennis and girl's' golf are the other fall sports. 

     At some point we will be giving you details for our 60th class reunion next fall. Our committee has not met for a while because of circumstances the past couple years, but we will be meeting soon. We will probably have a two-night celebration as we have in the past with the second night being the official gathering. It will probably not be as elaborate an affair as in the past, but it will afford all who desire to have an opportunity to get together and reminisce and catch up on everyone's grandchildren. (Since that is probably everyone's main focus now.)

     Please pray for our school and its staff and students. There are many weird ideas challenging our students' faith life and other aspects of their lives as Christians at work among them today. Pray that our teachers may help them through this minefield of bad choices and come out stronger than ever in their trust in Jesus Christ.