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See, the former things have taken place, and new things I declare; before they spring into being I announce them to you. (Is. 43:9) Dear Alumni and friends, If you’ve received this new publication in your mailbox, it means you are out in the “real world,” experiencing “new things,” learning lessons and we hope, continuing to grow in your faith. High school might be in your very recent past; for others, perhaps it seems a lifetime ago. Perhaps you still have current connections to your Lakeside through a younger sibling or because you are a parent or grandparent of a new generation at Lakeside. Regardless of how much time, if any, has passed since your involvement, or how far a journey you’ve made from this high school home, we hope you look back on your time with Lakeside Lutheran High School with thanksgiving and joy. To our alumni, we hope the Christ-centered lessons you learned have remained with you. For all our friends, we hope you continue to love your neighbor as yourself, cultivate a servant’s heart and bring glory to God with your life. Isaiah several times mentions this “new thing,” which we understand is the wonderful new covenant that was promised to God’s Old Testament people, fulfilled with Jesus’ coming (Is. 42, 43, 48). While any “new thing” we take on cannot compare to God’s plans, it remains an apt and exciting analogy to talk of “new things” that mean to bring glory to Him, whether it be new color publications, new websites (, new events (see p. 6 and back cover) or new opportunities for our students (p. 7). It is then with great pleasure that I announce the Lakeside Development Office will be responsible for re-committing Lakeside to its alumni and friends. We want to engage, educate and reconnect alumni back to your Lakeside. Our goal is simple: to enhance and advance the ministry of Lakeside for you and future graduates who will join the ranks of over 4,200 Lakeside alumni over 50 years. We understand, however, that simple does not always mean easy; we will look to you—your input, your help, your ideas—as we create some “new things.” We look forward to being a part of a “new thing” with you and yours! page 2 • The Lakeside Lutheran Link • Spring 2012

mission Lakeside Lutheran High School is committed to assisting parents and area WELS/ELS congregations in nurturing the faith of our students through a Christ-centered education that emphasizes the grace of God in Christ and lives of Christian service in the home, the church and society. Lakeside’s mission is dedicated to the glory of God on whom alone we are dependent for all blessings and is carried out in response to his love for us. about our federation The Lakeside Lutheran Federation includes 31 congregations in a diverse geographic region in southcentral Wisconsin that extends north to south from Beaver Dam to Janesville and east to west from Oconomowoc to Madison. The Lakeside Lutheran Link is the alumni publication of Lakeside Lutheran High School in Lake Mills, WI. Published twice annually and distributed free of charge to alumni, supporters, students, families and friends. Readers are encouraged to pass on this copy to someone who may benefit from the information within. Please direct all correspondence, letters, news corrections, comments and requests to be added to our home mailing list to: Lakeside Lutheran High School 231 Woodland Beach Rd. Lake Mills, WI 53551 • 920.648.2321 Principal: James Grasby Assistant Principal: Pastor Don Schultz Development Director: Scott Gronholz Promotions Director: Gerry Walta Athletic Director: Paul Bauer Bd of Regents, Chair: LaVern Georgson Cover: (top photo) 2011–12 sophomore student council officers Andrew Schwartz, Liza Griggs, Jordan Gaal, Bailey Kerr, Olivia Scheiber; (middle photo) Grand Event attendees Sue Filter and Jackie (Otterstatter ‘80) Moyle; (bottom photo) Veterans Day honoree Bill Hafeman (photos by Lakeside Publications staff)

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Veterans Day event celebrates service to God & country Grandparents Day is a day to glue the generations


A new "Grand Event" comes to Lakeside


Videography: going viral?


Lakeside Links: alum news • remembering • reunions You now have Homecoming plans!

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November 4, 2011 marked another year of an annual celebration at Lakeside Lutheran High School to honor the nation’s and our area’s active and former military service people. This year’s event included a keynote speech from Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch.

Purple heart recipient Walter Bubolz with the Lt. Governor. Mr. Bubolz is grandfather to alums Seth, Emilie and Julia and current student Natalie Bubolz.

Over 100 veterans from several branches of service spent the morning at Lakeside. The veterans represented decades of military service, from World War II to the conflicts and wars in Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Beirut, Iraq and Afghanistan. After a breakfast and social time for veterans and their guests, Principal Jim Grasby greeted the veterans and introduced the keynote speaker. Kleefisch then spoke to those in attendance.

“Sometimes only force permits us to pursue peace,” she said. “When the U.S. is compelled to use her military might, I am glad that it has been you defending her. You have been guardians of freedom, and ambassadors of our great country.” Several alums were in attendance, including (back row l-r) Dan Schuman ‘79, Kendall Hill ‘11, Jim Buelow ‘64, (front row l-r) Eugene Burrow ‘65, Bob Kuykendall ‘63 and Bob Roth ‘62.

A special Veterans Day Chapel Service that included the entire student assembly, the Lakeside band, faculty and staff followed the keynote speech.

If you or someone you know is a veteran who would enjoy being included in the invitation to this annual event, please contact Bari Vredeveld at 920.648.2321 x 223 or e-mail This year’s celebration is planned for November 9, 2012. Scan the code for a 6-min. video featuring vet interviews from this day >> Also available at

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Twice a year, dozens of grandparents and “adopted” grandparents arrive bright and early at your Lakeside Lutheran and prepare to go back to their student days... In October of each year, freshman and junior students have the opportunity to have one or more grandparents attend a morning of classes with them; in April, it’s the sophomores’ and seniors’ turns. Lakeside welcomes “grands” to school with a buffet breakfast and time for fellowship. Periods 2 and 3 classes might include a fitness class, Biology, Religion, Geometry, Spanish or German, even Art. Grandparents Joanne & Jerry Brandt (Daniel ‘15 & Jacob ‘13 Borth) have been attending GPD since grandson Samuel Borth (‘11 ) was a freshman. “It’s enjoyable,” says Joanne. “We love our grandsons and we’re interested in what they’re doing.” Last spring the Brandts sat in on CAD (computer-aided design) classes. “That was an education!” says Joanne. The morning also includes a school-wide chapel service that all grandparents treasure. Lois Kirkpatrick, an “adopted” grandmother who has attended more than once, says “A day like this helps me remember how special Lakeside is.” The Brandts have made a tradition of Grandparents Day, as they reconnect with other grands and meet new friends as well. Yet it always comes back to the students. Says Jerry, “We know they [the grandsons] like to see us, and we like to support them.” Know a sophomore or a senior student with a grandparent or a senior who would like to visit for a morning? April 18, 2012 is the day this spring, and Lakeside is eager to see repeat visitors as well as new faces! Call Bari for a last minute registration (920.648.2321 x 223)

Top: Carol Gronholz shadows Jake Gronholz ‘13; Center: Greg & Carol Griffin, Joanne & Jerry Brandt and Jean Brockmann enjoy the breakfast spread. Bottom: Courtney Petersen ‘12 & Marisa Filter ‘12 pose with Marisa’s grandparents Karen & Ron Wellna.

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...was the theme for the first dinner and auction fund-raising evening held at your Lakeside Lutheran. Planners of this inaugural event knew that it would be those with thankful “hearts on fire” for Christian education who would both make this event possible and successful. How right they were: over 50 volunteers cooperated over nine months to pull together the finished gem, and 260 people with hearts on fire gathered February 4, 2012 to bring it to fruition. 66 guests were alumni of Lakeside, and 200+ were current or past parents of Lakeside students (39 were both alums and parents!) Attendees enjoyed social hour and a silent auction in the cafeteria (live piano music provided by Andrea Oppermann ‘02), followed by a catered dinner (sponsored by Chris [Holz ‘79] Behl), dessert (sponsored by Lyle Wuestenberg ‘75), and live auction facilitated by auctioneer and Lakeside parent Mike Stade, all in a May Banquet-style decorated West Gym. Showing their thankfulness for the Lakeside opportunity were 62 current students who helped set up or worked the social hour, dinner or clean up.

One of many dinner groups at the Grand Event, this table included (l-r) Mike (off camera) & Georgia Stade, Wendy & Craig Winkler, Holly & Kevin Broedlow and Lisa (Maass ‘86) & Dan Kerr (off camera).

The result? Guests were treated to an elegant night of fellowship, great food and fun; meanwhile, they helped net over $40,000 for Christian education at your Lakeside Lutheran. How does this happen? During the silent auction, 210 packages were won by almost 100 bidders: Packer memorabilia brought in bids over listed values (go Pack!) and parents bid fiercely over the chances to send their children to the front of the lunch line or score them extra cookies on the cafeteria’s “Cookie Mondays.” Someone took home a tower of chocolate, others bid on original student “hearts on fire” artwork, and someone even won the privilege of being an honorary varsity baseball coach for a game this spring. After dinner, many live bidders, with Auctioneer Stade’s encouragement, donated $15,550 outright over the space of about ten minutes for the LLHS student tuition assistance fund; likewise, bidders held up paddles for the opportunity to give $75 for a color guard uniform for the Warrior Band (a total of 22 were funded). Fun and unique prizes that included vacations, spa trips, Packer game packages, 12 months of pizza, a day of fun and food on a Rock Lake pontoon and more made the live bidding competitive and fun. Couldn’t be there this year? Join us in 2013 and experience for yourself what a Grand Event it will be!

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“Videography Basics”

Another “new thing” for 2011–12: is now an elective course offering at your Lakeside Lutheran, and it has fired student interest and imagination! Todd Hackbarth, who also teaches math and religion, is the videography instructor for the approximately 40 students enrolled over the year. He shares that adding the course to the curriculum was the culmination of distinct but connected efforts over several years. “It’s hard to remember exactly how it all started,” says Hackbarth. Scott Johnson (’04) first spurred an interest for Hackbarth when they created a math team recruitment video—a spoof on the movie “Matrix”—when Johnson was a student. “From there I dabbled quite a bit,” says Hackbarth. [Lakeside teacher] Ted Klug soon began to work with him to add a class in it. They, as well as science teacher Damon Tracy, recognized what the advantages of video production knowledge and skills could mean in the workplace, since many businesses now utilize advertising, training and instructional videos, and often integrate video on websites. They, along with assistance from Chris Johnson (‘93) from Bethany Lutheran College, worked to develop the concept. The Lakeside General Board gave the go ahead, and the course saw its first registrations in fall. In class, students learn a broad overview of creating videos from start to finish. Students organize groups with a producer, director, sound engineer and others required to produce quality results. Scripts and storyboards are developed. The groups cast talent. Senior Sierra Tackett enjoys the class because it’s so different from most classes. “Video and movies are a big part of people’s lives,” she says. “It’s really cool to be able to learn how the technology works.” As with so many workplace skills, students learn that planning is crucial; developing timelines for shooting and editing are probably among the most difficult tasks. Groups also do their own lighting and camera work, spending many hours using cameras correctly to get the best shot possible. After a video is made, students format the video depending on the end use, whether for DVD, online posting or embedding or another size and style. Hackbarth has guided students as they make or collaborate on some interesting and creative end results. “Each class seems to have set a goal to surpass what another class produced,” he says. “There have been some memorable videos, and I’m looking forward to see what’s next.” Lakeside has used its video resources to attract and serve groups outside its classroom walls. Engaging videos feature visiting grade school students during Warrior Welcome Day and a recent basketball tournament. Students have made YouTube videos that answer questions about the Bible, as well as promotional videos for Lakeside. “Ideally, I would like to get a weekly broadcast started,” Hackbarth says. “I would also like to get a media club started that would create videos to be used in the congregations that would be similar to the WELS Connection.” Hackbarth is convinced that students will be able to share their faith with a much larger audience through videography. Some students, such as senior Jacob Schneider, already have. “PC [Pastor Clark Schultz] and I have given presentations to congregations where we use video within PowerPoint,” says Schneider. “This summer we’ll go to the Twin Cities with WELS Kingdom Workers and we’ll continue to use it. I can definitely see myself using what I’m learning here in many ways after I leave Lakeside.” Keep those cameras rolling, Warriors. Lakeside student talent

Grade school BB tourney

Warrior Welcome See any of over 70 YouTube videos by LLHS>> (or scan code on p. 4 for an example!) page 7 • The Lakeside Lutheran Link • Spring 2012

Koiné concert at Lakeside

alumni links Zachary Woolever ‘08 appeared on an episode of the Travel Channel’s Man v. Food as he participated in “The Gravedigger Challenge,” wherein a Green Bay restaurant challenges 2 people to finish a 93 oz. burger named after Packer player Gilbert Brown. Rachel Mattke ‘07 and Brandon VerVelde are engaged to be married on May 19, 2012 at Zion Ev. Lutheran Church in Columbus, WI. Rachel received a degree in political science and economics from UW-Whitewater in May 2011. Both work as legislative aides in the state Capitol in Madison. Christopher Schallert ‘06 is engaged to Sasha Bolwerk. They plan a December 28, 2012 wedding in Fort Atkinson. Both currently attend Martin Luther College; Sasha is spending part of spring semester 2012 as a student teacher here at Lakeside. Caroline (Corlett ‘03) and Brandon Wales welcomed their first child on May 17, 2011. Grace Alice is the first grandchild on both sides of the family and lives with her parents in St. Paul, MN.

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Christopher Flach ‘03 is engaged to be married to Jodi DeWitt. A wedding is planned for May 27, 2012 in Alexandria, MN. He graduated from UW– Whitewater with a degree in statistics and is employed at Capitol Indemnity Corporation in Middleton, WI as an actuarial analyst. Erin (Christian ‘02) and Brandon Guenterberg ‘02 live in Ixonia and welcomed their first child, Teagan Anne, on February 26, 2011.

Kayla (Jaeckel ‘00) and Nick Brown welcomed first child Bodi on November 3, 2010. They live in Fort Atkinson. Anna (Knauth ‘00) and Richard Clohecy were blessed with a daughter, Brittany Marie, on October 8, 2011. She joins older sisters Kayley, 5, Megan, 3, and Emily, 2. They live in Roselle, IL. Melanie (Bublitz ‘00) and Aaron Kutz live in Jefferson and welcomed their first child, Kinsley Megan, on December 6, 2010. Erika (Buelow ‘99) and Joel Haar live in Green Bay and welcomed Thomas James on June 4, 2011. He joins sisters Lily (7) and Juliette (4).

Becky (Duncan ‘01) and Andy Wilson welcomed Wee Warrior Ethan Isaiah on January 25, 2011. He joins sister Anna and brother Noah in St. Francis, WI.

Sarah (Duncan ‘99) and James Douglas welcomed son Jacob Benjamin on January 19, 2011. He joins sister Emma (3). The family lives in Wisconsin Rapids.

Ruth (Servais ‘01) and Aaron Krause live in Manitowoc, where Ruth works as a 2nd grade teacher in the public school. They welcomed daughter Makiah Rae on July 30, 2007 and son Aaden Drew on June 16, 2009.

Cassandra (Ibeling ‘98) and Scott Wynia welcomed Jocelyn Lyla to the family on August 2, 2011. She joins sister Brylee and brother Colton in McIntire, IA.

Luke ‘00 and Jenifer Hirschfeld welcomed Noah Steven to their family on September 10, 2011. They live in Peosta, IA.

Laura Lemke ‘96 is planning a spring wedding to Damion Dehnert, a ‘96 graduate of Fort Atkinson High School. The wedding and reception will be in Lake Mills on May 19, 2012. Laura’s four children are the members of the wedding party. Laura’s eldest daughter, Jocelyn McGurk, will

serve as Maid of Honor, son Christian will stand up as Best Man, and daughters Katelyn and Madison will be flower girls. Jason and Stacey (Haas ‘95) Schoepfer were married September 5, 2009 and live in Sun Prairie. Their first son, Austin Nathaniel, was born May 1, 2011. Brian and Kim (Timmel) Peck, both ‘95, welcomed Carter Thomas to the family on June 8, 2011. He joins brother Noah.

WI for over 15 years. They welcomed son Hunter John on October 28, 2010. Jamie Schmidt ‘90 and Nina Heebrink were married December 30, 2011 in Madison. Jamie is currently Associate Music Director

Joni (Schuman ‘94) and Scott Rupnow ‘94 welcomed third child Wilhelm Aaron to the family on April 10, 2011. He joins brothers Jack (4) and Malachi (2). They live in West Allis. After living in Louisville, KY since graduating college, Dave Warmuth ‘94 has recently taken a position with Carrier in Indianapolis. He lives in Plainfield, IN with wife Sara. Jeremiah “Jeremy” Kunz ‘93 died August 20, 2011 at home near Madison. Funeral services were held at Lord of Love Lutheran in DeForest with Pastor Jerry Ewings officiating. Mark ‘92 and Tina (Sennhenn ‘91) Schuman welcomed to the family Emmanuel, Julius Walker, Schuman on May 24, 2011. He joins sisters Caroline (18) and Carina (13) Rohn and brothers Christopher (14) and Johnathan (12) Schuman. The family lives in Beaver Dam. Lisa (Jaeger ‘90) and John Kastengren were married on December 31, 2008. Lisa has been teaching 8th grade math/algebra at Fox River Middle School in Waterford,

with the North American tour of The Lion King. He has conducted symphony orchestra performances for Liza Minnelli’s recent tour as well as the Dallas Symphony’s Cirque Musica program. Renee (Staude ‘88) Meiller works in the Engineering External Relations Office in the UW-Madison College of Engineering, where she was recently promoted to editorial director. She lives in Madison with husband Larry and third-grader Emily; they attend Holy Cross Lutheran Church and School.

Kimara (Knief ‘86) Winters accepted the position of Publications Coordinator in August 2011 at your Lakeside Lutheran High School. She also continues to spend time teaching Written Communication at Waukesha County Technical College in

Pewaukee. She and Jim ‘86 live in Watertown with sons Matthias (12) and Isaac (7). Daughter Kiara ‘10 studies music therapy at Concordia University in Mequon and daughter Amanda ‘04 lives in Brisbane, Australia where she works as a librarian/archivist at what Aussies call the “Uni” of Queensland. Gary ‘86 & Kris (Trejo) ‘83 Melcher celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in 2011 with a small house party and a vacation to the Dominican Republic. Eldest daughter Lyndsey ‘07 graduates from UW–Stout in May 2012 with a degree in Hotel & Restaurant Management. Stephanie ‘09 is a massage therapist at CV in Lake Mills. Nikki ‘09 works as a dental assistant in Watertown. Gary is an electrician with Highway Light & Landscape and Kris works as a hairdresser at Self Image 2. Would you like to contribute your own link for our next edition? Lakeside has an online update option on its website at

where you can even upload a photo along with your news. Alternatively, you can e-mail your announcement to or call Bari at 920.648.2321 x 223. Be sure to include a note if you send updated personal info, but you’d prefer it did not appear here in the Link. Scan the code to go right to “update us” on

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Don Adam Jason Adomeit Dale Altreuter Ralph Arndt Harry Arndt, Jr. Peggy Badker Harriett Bakken Carol Barrett Rev. H. Paul Bauer Rev. Ralph Baur Rev. Keith Beaver V. Becker Ross Behlke Thomas Bell Sharon (Lettow) Berryman Otis Beyer Merlin Birkholz Margorie Bobbe Janice Boese Oscar Bothe Brian Braunschweig Theresa Brown Marcella Budewitz Joan Buerger Gilbert Buntrock Jean Buske Lavern Buss Anderson Butzine Clarence Chartier Lucille Christian Carl Christianson Wilmer Christianson Karen Clark Beverly Coleman Caroline Davis Eddy DeForge Herbert Detert Lyle “Sonny” Dickhut Louida Draeger Irene Duchow Susan Eaton Joan Ebert Michael Eschenbach Sylvia Faeh Reuben Feld Lucille Fellenz Kenneth Fischer Dorothy Fredrick

We are grateful for the many gifts offered to the ministry of Lakeside Lutheran High School by one or more donors between May & December 2011 in memory or honor of loved ones.

Earl Frohmader Lorraine Fuchs Betty Gensch Raymond Gensch Raymond Gensch, Sr. Emma Glander Louise Glander Oral Glocke Dorothy Goetsch Rose Goetsch Gene Gronholz Helen Grosskoph Arleen Grundman Hugo Guenterberg Frederick Habeck M/M John Harrington Marion Hasslinger LaVere & Ruth Heiliger Fran Heine Muriel Heldt Robert Herbert, Sr. La Verne Hettich Lawrence Hettich Fred Hinzmann Donna Hoeft Robert Hoffmann Hazel Hoppe Bernice Hoppenrath Peter Horn Craig Huska Alvin Ibisch Bernice Ihlenfeldt Elton Iles Myrtle Jaeckel William Jaeger Nadine Janke-Geertgen Dean Karls Lucille Karls Dorothy Karnes Kenneth Kelm Glen Kjornes Juanita Klemann Juanita Kluever Marlys Klug Christopher Knief Enno Knief Earl & Ruth Koch Martin Koch

n Honor of IM/M Harold Bockmann---------------- 65th wedding anniversary M/M Orville Degner-------------------- 60th wedding anniversary Keith Gennerman M/M James Grasby---------------------- 35th wedding anniversary Rev. & Mrs. Charles Iles, Sr.------------- 40th wedding anniversary Leon Jaeger--------------------------------------------60th birthday

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Fred Kohn Alice Korth Herbert Kottwitz Mary Krahn Marion Kreitzman Bill Krigbaum Mary Kroll Lorraine Krueger Jerome Kruse Steve Kruse Paula Kuckkan Shirley Kuehl Lawrence Kuhl Jeremy Kunz Genevieve Langholff Rev. Alfred Langhough Willard Lemke, Sr. Lois “Loey” Lohman Wilbert Luehring Chris Luethy Wallace Maas Gerhard Maron Mike Marty Ralph Mekelburg Adeline Meyer Anna Minnig Carol Moldenhauer Zach Moyle Ed Mueller Helen Navarre Norma Nelson Lawrence Otte J. John Pelnis Lorraine Pieper Donald Pirkel Charles Porter Ruth Quest Jerald Radichel Ruth Reible Duane Reich Ewald Reichert Frieda Reichert Carol Rex Marcus Riedel Bernard J. Roberts Rolland Ruckdaschel Robert Rue Matt Rynish

Leroy Schilberg Doris Schmidt Esther Schmidt Donald Schmutzler Harriet Schnuckel Freda Schoechert Ethel Schoen Leroy Schoenherr Harvey & Leona Schultz Marvin Schultz Gladys Schulz Elizabeth Schumann Rita Schwanke Shirley Schwitzer Gay Dianne Soholt Avinere Spais Prof. Luther Spaude Brian St. Germaine Jo Anne Steffen Elda Steindorf Margaret Streich Hilmer Strobel Phillip Stroupe Hilda Tews Larry Thompson Marian Thomsen Merlin Thorman Raymond Tietz Lyman Tracy Arthur Treptow Evelyn Treptow Arthur Uhlmann Michael Vandre Viola Verriden Eva Webster Ida Weege Ruth Werner Raymond Werth, Sr. William Winters Hildegarde Witte Robert Yerges Carol Young Hilmer Zastrow Irene Zastrow Rosa Zastrow Sharron Ziegler Shawn Zuehlke Ryan Zweifel

M/M Wayne Moungey------------------ 50th wedding anniversary M/M Bill Roekle------------------------- 50th wedding anniversary Sylvia Simon-------------------------------------------96th birthday Peter, Wanda, Wanita & Mark Sordahl----- all Lakeside graduates Ken Steindorf------------------------------------------80th birthday Ray & Irene Uttech---------------------------------------- birthdays Rev. & Mrs. Robert Voss---------------- 60th wedding anniversary

class reunions

Lakeside Alums! With all the social networks available, staying in touch can be easier and more fun than ever.Your Lakeside wants to help you reconnect with your high school classmates.

Date July 21, 2012 2 7 9 1 f o Class ear Place Hi-Way Harry’s in Johnson Creek 40-y n Contact Randy Koehn for more info 920.887.1401 reunio or

Do you wonder who we have on file as the contact(s) for your class year? E-mail to find out. There are some years that have no contacts listed; can you help us change that?

2 Date 2012 is 30 years! 8 9 1 f o Class year Place Willing to help plan? 30- n Contact Jodie Allard at 920-563-8365 reunio or find Jodie on Facebook Date

The recent update to our website has big plans for the alumni section. Start by updating us at

While you’re there, give us some suggestions for how we can help get you back home one of these days!

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2012 is 15 years!

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2007, 1992, 1987, 1977, 1967 Organizers are needed for these classes. Alums, don’t let your milestone years pass you by. Call or e-mail Bari at 920.648.2321 x 223 to start something fun!

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upcoming events of interest for friends of lakeside lutheran April 15.....................................................................................A Cappella sings at St. Luke, Watertown • 7:45 & 10:15 AM April 18........................................................ So/Sr Grandparents Day • 8 AM (call Bari at 920.648.2321 x 223 to RSVP) LES Math Meet at Lakeside, 4 PM Academic Awards Night • 6:30 PM April 21–22....................... LES Fine Arts Fair at Lakeside (4/21 solo-ensemble judging • 4/22 concerts, 1:30 & 4 PM) April 27–29.................................. Lakeside Drama Department presents “My Fair Lady” • 7 PM Fri–Sat, 2 PM Sunday May 5........................................................................................................................................................ May Banquet and Dance May 9........................................................................................ Ladies Guild • 7 PM cafeteria • New faces always welcome! May 20.................................................................................................. A Cappella sings at St. Paul, Lake Mills, 8 & 10:30 AM Commencement Concert, 7 PM May 27............................................................................................................................................................... Graduation • 2 PM June 8.................................................................................First Summer 2012 Warrior Band parade in Brillion, WI • 9 PM

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