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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Janice Reinking (Hand)  11/23
•   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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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


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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

MISSING CLASSMATES


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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963
ANNOUNCEMENTS

Dear Classmates, 

     I apologize for not updating our home page notes for a while. The restrictions from COVID have meant that not a lot is happening. Normally, at this time I would be encouraging you to attend Christmas at the Embassy (not happening), sporting events (not happening).....well, you get the idea. 

     However, as Mark Twain once put it in his most famous book, "Every trial has its compensaations. [With his missing tooth] Tom was able to expectorate in a new and marvelous way." This year, even if you do not live near Fort Wayne, you can see the televised version of Christmas at the Embassy. It is really well done given the circumstances, and I think you will all enjoy it. Simply go to the CLHS website or to youtube, and you should find instructions for viewing it. I can remember when Christmas at Concordia consisted of a presentation at chapel which was then televised in a remote time slot on Christmas Day. The improvement from those days is hard to exaggerate. 

     Sports seasons have not been shuttered unless one of the teams has an outbreak of COVID. Usually, this results in postponement rather than cancellation. Fans are facing big restrictions, but almost all events are being televised. You can watch BB games on a site called Summit City Sports if you are interested. The girls' BB team is very good again this year while the boys are facing something of an uphill struggle. There are a couple of very strong boys' teams in the area. Homestead has two D-1 players and Blackhawk Christian is a powerhouse again this year. They have a 6-10 guy who has committed to Purdue. 

     CLHS has been able to stay open which is in itself a fabulous accomplishment. They closed for a short time around Thanksgiving but otherwise made it to Chirsmas break with little interruption. If you have time or interest, you might drop a line to CLHS thanking them for their efforts. 

     The virus can't stop Jesus. We will all be celebrating the birth of our Savior again this year, albeit in a different way in many communities. We pray that next year at this time, all the trials we have faced in the last months will be a distant memory.