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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Happy New Year to all of you!

     CLHS is having another good year.  As we noted earlier, the boys' cross country team won its first state championship in the history of the school.  It was a tremendous accomplishment for the boys who worked so hard during the cross country season.  

     I hope many of you who live within range of FW were able to attend the annual Christmas at the Embassy celebration in mid-December.  The music program at CLHS is incredible, and the Christmas presentation is outstanding every year with a mix of old standards and new songs.  Both the choir and band programs compete for state championships every year so you know the musical quality will be fabulous.  

     The annual ambitious musical this year will be "Fiddler on the Roof."  It will be held on Saturay, February 22, at 7:30 PM and again on Sunday, February 23, at 2 PM.  As you can guess with all the musical talent available at CLHS, these musicals are outstanding.  Mark the date on your calendar.

     CLHS will again be sending a large contingent to the March for Life in Washington, DC, later this month.  The march itself is always held on a Friday, but our students leave on Wednesday every year and travel overnight so they can have a day of touring on Thursday before the actual march on Friday, January 24.  The Bible tells us to protect those who are unable to protect themselves which is why CLHS has such a strong commitment to this effort.  

     At this time of year we often reflect on the past and look forward to the future.  The Class of '63 lost three more members in this past year, Tom Staak, Bob Korte, and Andrea Fuelling to our knowledge.  We now have lost a total of 32 classmates in the 55+ years since we graduated.  The two classes ahead of us have lost almost 40 members each.  We grieve, as the Bible tells us, but not as those who have no hope.  The hope of eternal life is what enables us to look to the future confidently whatever our health, family, or financial concerns might be.  God's blessings to all of you in this new year of 2020.  That number alone is scary, but God always provides.