Posted by Lynette Hans

ST. PAUL LUTHERAN SCHOOL

Newsletter

September 28, 2015

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28:

  • Volleyball practice from 3:30 to 5:30 P.M.

  • JH football at Shelby/Rising City at 4:30 P.M.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29:

  • Grand Pals with grades 5-6 at 1:30 P.M.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30:

  • School dismissal at 1:15 P.M.

  • Parent/Teacher Conferences.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1:

  • Volleyball practice from 3:30 to 5:30 P.M.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1:

  • Plum Creek Literacy Festival.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3:

  • St. John, Battle Creek Volleyball tournament.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4:

  • Grades 5-8 sing at St. Paul church service. Please meet at 8:43 P.M.

    in Mrs. Koch’s room for warm-up before worship.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 5:

  • Emmanuel/Faith, York Volleyball Triangular.

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Many thanks once again to our St. Paul Lutheran

family, for that is what we are in Christ, family.

Your prayers, thoughts and cards for Katie,

Scott, Kathy, myself, and our family means more

than words can express. Our grandson, Bennett Samuel, is in Heaven;

we know this with every fiber of our being, praise the Lord!

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Congratulations to the volleyball team and their

runner-up finish in the Trinity, Grand Island

Tournament this past Saturday. The day started

with a victory over host Trinity, Grand Island

(25-13, 25-14) and was followed with a win over

Emmanuel/Faith, York (25-23, 25-18). In the championship game,

Grand Island Central Catholic proved to be a tough opponent winning

(23-17, 25-10). The girls are to be commended for their fine play

and sportsmanship. Thank you parents and fans for coming to support the team.

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PRAYER MINISTRY

Our Prayer Ministry for the week are David and Billie Flick

and their son, Tex; and Adam and Theresa Fritz and

their family, Carter and Paxton.

Please keep these families and the

rest of our staff especially in your prayers this week.

We keep Amy Bender in our prayers as she had kidney stone

surgery yesterday. We pray that all will go well, and that

Amy will be feeling well soon. If anyone would like to help

with school cleaning this week, please visit with Mr. Brauer.

Thank you.