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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Happy New Year to all of you.  It's been a while since we have updated our home page so perhaps it's time.  

 1. The early August school start means that first semester classes now finish every year before Christmas. Thus, the second semester begins with the return of students after Christmas.  Before Chrsitmas, students always collect clothes and toys for needy families.  Each homeroom sponsors a particular family so many families receive gifts from CLHS students.  It's always a great day when the families receive their gifts.  

 2. Winter Sports - Both girls and boys BB teams have winning records this year, a great bounceback for the boys, in particular, who had a disappointing season last year in many ways.  The girls' team always starts play earlier, so their tournament will begin in a few weeks.  

 3. Christmas at the Embassy - The musical presentation of the CLHS choirs and bands becomes more spectacular every year.  If you are ever within range of Fort Wayne during the time before Christmas, I would encourage you to attend.  The directors are young and enthusiastic as well as possessing great ability.  I know many of you live far away and have not attended CLHS events of any kind for years, but I can guarantee you that the music program is in great hands. 

 4. 75 CLHS students will again be attending the March for Life in Washington, DC, next week.  They always leave on Wednesday evening and travel through the night.  Arriving on Thursday morning, students tour DC during the day, staying at a local church on Thursday night.  The following morning they head downtown for the Friday march.  They travel overnight again on Friday, returning to FW on Saturday morning.  It is always an inspiring event for all those involved.  The hope is that there will be no need for it some day.

 5. We mentioned earlier that ten students from a high school in China also called Concordia are attending CLHS this year.  Our family is hosting a young girl named Nancy, and our daughter and son-in-law host a young girl named Jessica.  The students knew almost nothing about Christianity when they came so everything they learn about the Bible and faith is something new.  Our student loves to go to church, Bible Class, and youth group activities.  Both of our families have been blessed by the experience, and they just blend in with the other eleven grandchildren moving us from 21 to 23 people at Christmas gatherings.  Pray that the message of Christ will find a home in these kids' hearts.