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•   Marilyn Droege (McClure)  6/12
•   Tana Zwick (McDuffie)  6/4
•   David Schroeder  6/1
•   William Meyer  5/28
•   Janice Reinking (Hand)  4/12
•   Linda Luepke (Vaughan)  3/16
•   Gail Gallmeier (Beese)  1/12
•   William Niemeyer  1/5
•   Frances Lee (Kern)  1/5
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2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
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1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
2 live in Maryland
2 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Michigan
4 live in Missouri
1 lives in Nebraska
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3 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
2 live in Virginia
4 live in Wisconsin
4 location unknown


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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Dear Classmates, 

     We are finally ready to begin registration for our reunion next fall.  Please note the following things: 

     1. You will register on the menu item to the left called "CLHS Class of 1963 55th Reunion. 

     2. You have the option of paying with a credit card on this site, but you do not have to.  If you choose to pay by check, there is a choice for that.  Please send the check to the following address: 

                                          CLHS Class of 1963

                                          5619 Trishlyn Cove 

                                          Fort Wayne, IN 46835

     3. There is a choice for giving a donation.  If you would like to give a donation, it will be used to help anyone who is unable to afford the cost of the reunion or donated to CLHS after everything is zeroed out on our checking account after the reunion.  Our class hasn't done too well as a class in donating to CLHS, so if you are so inclined, please consider a donation.  

     4. If the cost of the reunion is cost-prohibitive for you, please let us know.  There are people who will be donating toward this cause.  

     5. I will be sending you a second announcement updating you on CLHS activities.


* CLHS finished its academic year on Sunday of the Memorial Day weekend with graduation ceremonies at the Embassy which has been the site of graduation for the past several years.  I know some of you are still upset that we couldn't have ours outside at Zollner Stadium as planned, but they don't have to face those decisions any longer by having it at the Embassy.  The graduating class was around 175 students compared to our 150.  

* Some of you may have heard rumblings about a study concerning moving CLHS farther north or doing extensive repairs at the present site.  A decision not to accept the offer of land in Northwest Allen County has been made and apparently any building campaigns will be concentrating on repairs to the present site if they do indeed happen.  

* Music Activities - The CLHS choir finished sixth in state this year, the third year in a row, I believe, that they have finished in the top ten.  This is quite an accomplishment since there are no classes in this competition, and they are competing against all choirs in the state.  Many individual singers and instrumentalists received golds in the ISSMA competition which took place this spring.  

* Sports Activities - CLHS baseball team won its sectional for the second year in a row but dropped the regional game the next weekend.  CLHS girls' tennis won the SAC and sectional but also fell at the regional level.  A couple of individuals qualified for the state track meet, one boy and one girl.  Abby Brennan, a senior and salutatorian as well, got some points for us in the 400 meter while a boy named Reece Gibson who had one of the top times in the state in the 3200 going into the meet was shut out, finishing out of the top ten.  He is only a sophomore so he will be back.