2018-19 Preliminary Budget

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Lincoln Lutheran News

Volin Blackout a Success

During the December 19th boys and girls basketball games vs. Wahoo, both schools held a "blackout" to show their support for Beth Volin (parent to Wahoo alumn Ryan and LL students Luke and Rachael) who is battling advanced stage melanoma. The fans and supporters gathered under the theme "BEliveTH" a motto for Beth and her family as she goes through medical treatments. Beth was so very thankful for everyone's support and shared this letter of gratitude with the LL community:

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New Building Opens

The outside of the multi-use building has been completed!  Thank you Schwisow Construction for a job well done! The funds for the construction of the building were made possible by 294 donors to the Now Through Eternity campaign.  

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Scott Ernstmeyer named "Patriotic Employer" by the Office of the Secretary of Defense

Congratulations to Lincoln Lutheran's Executive Director, Scott Ernstmeyer, who received an award from the Office of the Secretary of Defense in recognition for his support in working with long time Lincoln Lutheran employee and Reservist Doug Wiemer through his many deployments through the years. Doug's long time and tireless service in the US Reserves has led to a number of short-term and long-term deployments.

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Lutheran Schools of Lincoln Present: Dr. Micah Parker

Lincoln Lutheran would like to extend a special invitation to the families within your ministry. On Wednesday, January 24th at 6:30 pm, the Lutheran Schools of Lincoln will host Dr. Micah Parker in the Lincoln Lutheran Main Gym, to share a message of trust with parents and youth. We believe listeners 4th/5th grade and older will benefit most from his message, but all ages are invited.


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Kayla Ernstmeyer Signs with CUNE

Congratulations to Kayla Ernstmeyer! She signed to play volleyball for the Bulldogs of Concordia University, Nebraska. The signing ceremony took place at Lincoln Lutheran on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2017. Kayla was surrounded by family and teammates. We want to wish Kayla God's richest blessings on her college career at CUNE!

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Breanne Blair Collects Coats & Hats for People's City Mission

Prompted by seeing homeless people along the street, 7th grader Breanne Blair collected coats and hats for those in need.  Bre made posters that were distributed around Lincoln Lutheran as well as at her parents' work places.  In less than a week's time, seven large bags full of coats and hats were collected.  Those bags were donated to the People's City Mission.  Breanne and her Religion-7 teacher Lyle Ziems dropped off the coats and hats at the Shelter on West "O".  Breanne was warmly greeted by PCM staff members Charity &

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State Football

The 2017 Varsity Football team was one game away from playing for the C-2 State Championship. They beat North Platte St. Patricks 35-0, Arcadia Loup-City 21-12 and lost to Centennial 33-20.  They ended up with a final ranking of 6th place in the Journal Star. and 5th place in the Omaha World Herald. Congrats on a great season. 

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3rd Place at State Volleyball

Congratulations to the 2017 High School Varsity Volleyball team on their 3rd place finish at State. They finished their successful season with a 31-6 record.  The  team beat Ord in the first round of the State Tournament, winning all 3 sets. They lost a close second match to GICC in 4 sets, and then took down North Bend in 3 sets. Great work Warriors!!!

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Giving Thanks with Thankful Turkeys

The Student Council continued their November tradition of selling "Thankful Turkeys" from November 6-20.  Those who participated purchased a paper turkey for $1, and then wrote things for which they are thankful on them, so they could be added to the display in the East Entrance of the school.  This year, the project was designated to benefit the People's City Mission. 

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Physics, Eggs, and Car Crash Safety Oh My!!!


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