Lincoln Lutheran

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Get Notified! - LL Athletics

With Nebraska's tempestuous spring weather patterns, we want to make certain our friends and family stay up-to-date on all the latest athletic department changes and postponements. If you haven't already done so, please make certain you sign up for schedule updates on the rSchool page which is accessed from the LL website/Activities Calendar. On the right-hand side you will see a "Notify Me" - sign up today!!

Gala Babysitting

As the Lincoln Lutheran Gala approaches on March 22nd, we wanted to reach out and make it known that the Community Outreach Leadership Team is providing free childcare for the duration of the LEF Gala. Snacks and games will be provided, as will a full meal (pizza, juice boxes, fruit, etc.). The childcare will be staffed by responsible Lincoln Lutheran high school students who will be supervised by Mrs. Jane Sype to make sure everything runs smoothly.

COT Babysitting for Gala

The Community Outreach Leadership team is hosting Babysitting during the gala on Friday, March 22nd and are looking for volunteers to help out with the kids. It will run from 4:30 to 10:30 pm and students are more than welcome to utilize this time to earn service hours. If you are interested, a sign-up sheet can be found on the COLT bulletin board upstairs.

2019 Lincoln Lutheran Spelling Bee

Congratulations to Avery Wieting, 7th grade, for winning the Lincoln Lutheran Middle School Spelling Bee on Monday (1/28)!  Avery will go on to represent Lincoln Lutheran at the Lancaster County Bee on February 12th.

2019 Summer Camps!

Summer is just around the corner and you are probably planning for and filling up your summer schedules. Lincoln Lutheran is proud to be offering 14 Discovery Camps (Grades 3-6th), 17 Athletic day camps (Grades 3-12), Wrestling (Grades K-12), as well as our Middle School and High School Strength and Conditioning programs this summer! We invite everyone to check out our offerings right now at The details for each camp are on the website, and registration is now open!

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Joint Lutheran High School Concert

The Lake County Lutheran High School Band from Hartland Wisconsin will play a concert at Christ Lincoln Lutheran Church this Thursday at 7:30. This concert is part of their Spring tour and will feature our own Lincoln Lutheran High School Band on a few pieces. This is an exciting opportunity to celebrate music and the shared ministries of Lutheran schools across the country. 

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Baseball Team Collects First Win of the Season

Congratulations to the baseball team on picking up their first win of the season with a 10-6 win over Beatrice Monday, 3/18. Senior Colby Bliss had three hits, including a double, to lead the Warriors who broke a 6-6 tie with three runs in the fifth inning! 

Lutheran Basketball national Tournament Send-0ff

Lutheran Basketball National Tournament

Everyone is invited to a "send-off" on Wednesday, March 27th at 3:30 pm in the main gym. Join us for prayer as we send our Middle School Boys and Girls "A" Teams to compete in the National Tournament located in Valparaiso, IN, March 29-31. Please keep these student-athletes and families in your prayers for safe travels. #WeAreWarriors

CUNE HS Track Meet

Our LL Warrior boys team took 1st place and our girls took Runner-up honors at the meet, so congratulations on a great day of competition! All of the athletes had exceptional performances for their first meet of the season!

Cornhusker Girls State Reps!

The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary's 2019 Cornhusker Girls State Representatives have been announced. Congratulations to Lincoln Lutheran Juniors, Alayna Bergt, Kelly Kohlhof, Hannah Ernst, Gretchen Stennett & Paige Trutna on being chosen this year! The representatives will gather in Lincoln this summer for a week filled with opportunities to learn more about state and local government, community service and citizenship. 

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