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•   Janice Reinking (Hand)  11/18
•   Doug Fisher  8/2
•   Cheryl Lindeman (Markey)  6/16
•   James Smith  6/15
•   Don Schoenefeld  7/25
•   Donn Werling  3/7
•   Kathleen Koeneman (Putnam)  2/2
•   Marilyn Droege (McClure)  12/9
•   Sandra Maszkiewicz (Johnston)  9/8
•   Susan Waikel (Till)  9/6
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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Dear Classmates, 

     Another year has passed for CLHS. Graduation exercises were held at the Embassy again this year after two years of being held at Parkview Field. The graduating class was about the same size as ours so the more things change the more they stay the same.  

     Extracurricula News - The choir made it to the state finals again, finishing eighth. Covid knocked the contest out for the last two years, but we did well once again upon its return. The band played for the Memorial Day Parade in Washington, DC, so that was a positive development as well. 

     The girls' tennis team, which features two of my granddaughters finished first in the SAC. Unfortunately, they lost the sectional finals to a Dwenger ream they had beaten during the year. Boys' baseball had a pretty good year and won the first game of their sectional. Probably the best team of the spring was boys' track. Our sprinter,  Xander Pratt, finished second in the 100 and 200 meter races. He broke the 200 record set by one of my Bethlehem students 25 years ago. Dan Adair, grandson of Jim Adair, ran around 1:55 in the 800 but finished  just out of the money at ninth. His fellow distance teammate, Gabe Connelly, also finished ninth in the 1600. However, the two of them along with two others set a school record in the 3200 relay being in the money on that one. Overall, they did better as a tieam than any CLHS team in years. 

     Even though we never got to be in the new school as promised, we can rejoice that a new gym floor is being put into the gym this summer along with many other improvements after 58 years. Never hold grudges, especially 58-year-old ones. Tokheim Gym was a wonderful place. Many other improvements are needed in the aging building, and, of course, money will always be the barrier to completing all of them. 

     As I'm sure you all know, next summer will be our 60th class reunion. It probaly won't be as spectacular as the last two, but our committee will be gearing up to come up with some good ideas and programs. The emphasis will be on fellowship most of all. 

     Please pray for our school that it may continue to be a beacon of light in a radically-changing world. The strength of our school is the teachers who proclaim the Gospel of Jesus in whatever class they teach.

In Christ, 

Jim Smith