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•   Doug Fisher  8/2
•   Cheryl Lindeman (Markey)  6/16
•   James Smith  6/15
•   Janice Reinking (Hand)  4/11
•   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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2 live in Arizona
4 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
6 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
3 live in Illinois
58 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
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in Nevada
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
1 lives in Virginia
4 live in Wisconsin
4 location unknown


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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

     The big news at CLHS this fall is that they are actually having school in person. So far, things are going pretty well, albeit with a lot of new rules and restrictions.  Many of these situations are of the good news/bad news variety. For example, there is football, but no fans are allowed in the stands except for four people per player, and that is only as of September 1.  Only one fourth of the student body is allowed in the auditiorium so the chapel/koinonia schedule has been turned topsy-turvy with koinonia occurring three fourths of the time and chapel one fourth.  We could cite more examples, but I think you get the idea.  Indiana has kept the same level of caution for several months despite the fact that they had predicted there would be a return to pre-Covid coditions by this time.

     All sports are being conducted, again with restrictions for fans.  There is choir, but there will probably not be the level of singing at local congregations as there has been in the past.  If things return to "normal", they will probably be singing at the churches again as soon as restrictions are lifted.  Normally, they sing at each FW church about once every other year.  

     Haven't heard final enrollment figures yet, but I am sure they will be down beause of parents choosing to home school or finding other alternatives.  Our grade schools are seeing some losses so we assume the same will be true at CLHS.  

     On the home improvement front, CLHS now has an articial-turf field, new scoreboard, new track, and newly-resurfaced tennis courts.  The scoreboard was provided by an individual donor, and the rest of the project is being fund-raised with some moneys from the Lutheran Foundation.  

     It looked as if 2020 would be a good year for our class healthwise, but then we suddenly lost two classmates, Paulette Liddy Serrani and Dick Alfeld, within a couple weeks of each other.  As I have mentioned before, Dick loved to play golf so it's kind of heart-warming to note that the long-drive hole on Emmanuel's annual golf outing will forever be known as the Dick Alfeld Long Drive Hole.  If you ever played with him, you would know that he could hit the ball a long way.  

     Despite the difficulties associated with COVID last spring, CLHS stood out among the schools of the city by being technologically prepared to adjust to the academic changes.  The Gospel message was porclaimed throughout the spring, and classes were conducted as well as possible under the conditions.  Please pray that CLHS and all our schools will be able to conduct school in person for the remainder of the year.  Pray for the students and teachers that they will be able to stay positive under these difficult circumstances.