Racine Lutheran High School’s Grand Gala is Saturday, Feb. 9, at Roma Lodge, 7130 Spring Street in Racine. This year’s event celebrates the school’s 75th anniversary.
Beginning at 5 p.m., guests can enjoy the silent auction and socializing. At 7 p.m., attendees will be seated for an upscale dinner featuring New York strip, chicken trattoria, and cod a la oscar.
Yve Rojas, celebrity auctioneer and star of Survivor-Nicaragua, returns to lead the famous Voice Auction at 8 p.m. Attendees can bid on a 2019 Old Town Topewater 106 Angler fishing kayak, a Brunswick Smash 5.0 tennis table, international and domestic vacation packages, a private airplane ride, and other desirable offerings. Opportunities to pledge funds for student scholarships and tuition assistance will be available.
Following dinner, luscious desserts will be served, and dancing will begin with extraordinary live music from Chicago’s High Society Orchestra. Tickets are $75 per person. Tables of 10 are available for sharing a festive evening with your family, friends, church groups and co-workers. Please make reservations by Jan. 25. Call the school at 637-6538 or email klong@RacineLutheran.org
Happy New Year!
Please partner with us as our boys basketball team plays at the Fiserv Forum on Feb. 21. The deadline to order tickets is fast approaching–Jan. 21. This game will be a SELLOUT so tickets being held for Racine Lutheran will be released to the general public at that time.
Upper level seats cost $33 each, and lower level cost $101 each. You may purchase tickets at the following link:
Racine Lutheran High School announces sophomore Madison Mohar was selected as the Student of the Month for November. Students are nominated by faculty considering the 2018-19 school year theme: “Be kind and compassionate to one another.”
The nominating teachers shared:
Madison is a true embodiment of our school year theme. She is an amazing student who consistently goes out of her way to help those around her, even without being asked. She helps her classmates when they struggle with their homework, does whatever is asked of her from her teachers, and constantly encourages her teammates during sports. Madison enjoys being challenged and strives to do her best in everything she does, always asking for feedback and suggestions on how she can improve. Her contributions incite analytical and in-depth classroom conversations. Madison is a servant leader, and she sets examples for her peers through her work ethic, integrity, attitude and kindness.
Racine Lutheran High School announces senior Jillian Rosborough has been selected as the Student of the Month for October. Students are nominated by faculty considering the 2018-19 school year theme: “Be kind and compassionate to one another.”
The nominating teacher shared:
Jillian’s faith is evident in all she does. She uses her God-given gifts and abilities in the classroom and through athletics to impact the community around her. As a team captain, she exhibits servant leadership. She sets a positive example for her peers and encourages them to achieve their best through hard work, dedication, and teamwork. She supports her friends and family, and she puts their needs above her own. Jillian embodies the message in Matthew 7 to “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
Racine Lutheran High School announces senior Anna Janke has been selected as the Student of the Month for September. Students are nominated by faculty considering the 2018-19 school year theme: “Be kind and compassionate to one another.”
The nominating teacher shared:
Anna shows a caring nature and respect toward others through her Christian leadership and dedication in the classroom and athletics. Leading positively in athletics, she impacts those around her by setting an example and encouraging others to maximize their own gifts. Studious in the classroom, she yearns to acquire new knowledge. She exemplifies academic discipline and respect. Anna embodies our school year theme of being kind to one another.