Alumni

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Award Winners Impacting Lives

Examples of service to others were in large supply at Lincoln Lutheran’s “Coming Home” Celebration Event on Friday, October 2. Over 75 attendees gathered to celebrate the school’s ministry of impacting students and the community for nearly 50 years. The Lincoln Lutheran ministry began as a 7-9 grade junior high school in 1962. Today the school serves nearly 400 students in grades 6-12.

 Randy Klein, Lincoln Lutheran’s 2009 Distinguished Alumni Award Winner, has been serving his church and the community through various ministries since the mid-1970’s. The award is given annually to individuals who, through their service to the community and/or church, exemplify Lincoln Lutheran’s mission to prepare young people to serve Christ. As a member of Lincoln Lutheran Junior High School Class of 1963, Randy was a student in the first 9th grade class to attend school at its current campus on North 56th Street.
 
“I remember helping Mr. Petri chart a bus route to pick students up for school. I also had the privilege of serving on a committee to select the school’s mascot and colors,” shares Randy. 
 

2009 Distinguished Alumni Award - Randy Klein

Randy Klein

Randy Klein is the recipient of the 2009 Lincoln Lutheran Distinguished Alumni Award.  This award is given annually to individuals who, through their service to the community and/or church, exemplify Lincoln Lutheran’s mission to prepare young people to serve Christ.

"It Takes A Village"

“May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you a spirit of unity among yourselves as you follow Christ Jesus, so that with one heart and mouth you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.”     –Romans 15:5-6

Grace and Peace to you from the Warrior Family! The school year is well underway! God is blessing us with a great start and outstanding students and families once again this year. I am excited to see how God is going to use this year to remind us how brightly His Light shines through Jesus and of our opportunity to “Let His Light Shine” in all we do.
 
Please consider the following food for thought! Did you know the 2007-08 average cost per student for public schools in the state of Nebraska was over $10,000? Did you know full-time child care currently ranges from $7,000-$10,000 per child, per year? Did you know this year the average cost per student at Lincoln Lutheran for 2009-10 is just over $6,500? Did you know family tuition income and church support for students at Lincoln Lutheran is just over $5,500? Did you know the Lincoln Lutheran Ministry needs support of approximately $1,000 per student to offer a quality education to students this year?

Coming Home - Memories, Ministry & Mission

We invite all alumni, LL family members and friends, and all those who support the Lincoln Lutheran ministry to join us as we honor those who have been a special part of Lincoln Lutheran over the past years!

Tailgate party prior to the LL Homecoming Football Game!
 
East Parking lot at Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School Social Time 5:30 – 6:00 pm
Tailgate meal catered by Ideal Market beginning at 6:00 pm 
Recognition of honorees and award recipients at 7:00 pm 
LL Homecoming football game begins at 8:15 pm – NWU Abel Stadium
 
Special Honorees: LL Jr. HS Classes of 1962 – 1965 
Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient: Randy Klein 
Founder’s Award Recipients: Paul & Mary Schudel
 
Ticket for tailgate, celebration and homecoming football game - $15.00 Ticket for tailgate and celebration only - $10.00 For ticket reservations stop in or call the LL school office: 467-5404

 

2008 Distinguished Alumni Award - Susan Seacrest

Susan S. Seacrest

Susan (Schroeder) Seacrest is the daughter of Velma and the late Elmer Schroeder.  Elmer was a Founding Father of Lincoln Lutheran Junior High School and an important leader for the birth of the school in 1962.  Susan was a student at Lincoln Lutheran Junior High School from 1965-1968.  She enjoyed serving as a chapel speaker, student council leader, and giving the prayer at the Promotion Service for her ninth grade class.