I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord. . .” is a great verse in Jeremiah 29. Our seniors and their families are wrapping up a successful year and making plans for the next phase in life. We pray that each student will follow God’s leading.
"It was the late Twenties and life was a lot different then. Speakeasies were flourishing, gangsters were running wild. Plays, movies, books, all had the stamp of the Twenties on them. So did murder. The beautiful heroine, the odd servants, the lawyer, they're all a part of that era. The whole thing really began on the night they all arrived for the reading of the will . . ." And so starts Any Number Can Die by Fred Carmichael. Set on a lonely island off the coast of South Carolina, the will of Cedric Russell is to be read at midnight. There's a storm raging and no escape. No one is who they say they are. Secrets abound as two amateur detectives try to solve this masterful “who done it” before it's too late. It's the perfect set-up for murder and a great time!
“People Make the Difference.” We have used this phrase in our school materials, and I want to thank a large group of people who recently made a huge difference for our school. Last Saturday, we had 299 people at the Racine Lutheran Gala, which is our big annual celebration and fundraising event. This was more than double the number attending last year! Teachers and staff were there, plus church members, parents of students, neighbors, business people, community leaders, and many people we met for the very first time. “Thank you” to each and every one!
Racine Lutheran High’s Red-Hot Valentine’s Gala will be held Saturday, February 12. This annual fundraiser is well-known for great food, top-notch entertainment, and an exciting auction. Everyone is invited to participate!
The Red-Hot Valentine's Gala is scheduled for Saturday, February 12, 2011.
WHO: All are welcome!
WHAT: Red-Hot Valentine’s Gala
WHERE: Roma Lodge
WHEN: Saturday, February 12, 2011, 5 p.m.
WHY: To benefit Lutheran High School
Racine Lutheran High School invites the community to a special Christmas Concert on Friday, December 10, at 7:00 P.M. in the school gym. The concert is called "Come Let Us Adore Him" and is in the format of Lessons and Carols. It will feature the Concert Band, Concert Choir, and Handbells, all under the direction of Tim Gullicksrud. Concert Bands from Concordia Lutheran, St. John's Lutheran, Trinity Lutheran, and Racine Christian Elementary Schools will also take part in the Concert. Audience members will be invited to join in singing traditional Christmas Carols and Handel's “Hallelujah Chorus.”
Racine Lutheran High School invites the community to its Fall Concert on October 14 at 7:00 P.M. in the gymnasium.