Volume 18, Issue 30 June 2011 Find us on the Web!The Voice http://www.oslc-gb.org Our Saviour Lutheran Church–Green Bay Wis.His love, we are responding!David H. Hatch Our theme this year is, The leg was gone, but there were a phantom message and an“His love – our response.” And, phantom pains, real pains. invalid self-condemnation.it‟s happening! Do you ever walk around Satan will accuse us when On May 15th we tipped feeling guilty when you have not there is nothing there to beour hats to the many servants at done anything wrong? Or, after accused of.OSLC who do everything from having just left the Lord‟s Frankly, phantom guiltfold bulletins to fold up tables Supper even, have you still felt is a nuisance.after fish fries. From those who guilty? Those are phantom Have you seen the film,trim the roses to those who trim feelings, phantom accusations “A Beautiful Mind?” The mainthe Christmas tree. From those that you are experiencing. In character, John Nash, is awho communicate Sunday school Christ, once you have been to the schizophrenic. He heard voiceslessons to children to those who cross, your guilt is gone, it has that were not real. He could notcommunicate the Sunday readings been removed. escape them, but had to learnfrom the lectern. The list of tasks Phantom guilt, as we call to know they were phantoms,and those who complete the tasks it, is common for everyone, but not real, and that for his sanity,could go around the globe over somehow Lutherans experience he must learn to ignore them,and over. Thank you servants! it frequently. The enemy has not empower them.You don‟t do it for praise, but as several names. One of them is Learning to live withpraise, praise to The One who the accuser. In the book, phantom guilt is like that. “It isredeemed you! Thank you for “Pilgrim‟s Progress,” the main for freedom that Christ has setresponding! character reports hearing his own us free. Stand firm, then, and--------------- voice accusing him of things he do not let yourselves bePhantom guilt knows were already removed at burdened again by a yoke of This story was told on a the cross. Come to find out, it is slavery” – Galatians 5:1; andSunday in May during worship. A Satan, standing behind him, similarly, “Therefore, there isyoung man from our church lay in imitating his own voice, and now no condemnation forbed and experienced horrifically whispering messages of guilt that those who are in Christ Jesus”painful leg cramps. They were do not exist – Phantom guilt. – Romans 8:1.disabling to him, the discomfort Should you experience Imagine that, Lutherans was so intense. this, you now know it is not real. who don‟t feel guilt! How cool Whenever this That guilt is no more real than is that? Would you be happened, he would that man‟s missing leg! You may interested in a special Bible look down at his leg have to live with it, but at least class on this topic? If so, see and it was not there. you can know that Christ has Pastor Dave. It was amputated taken your burden at the cross. ------------- after an accident. It‟s not real guilt. It‟s an illusion, Continued on pg. 2
P a g e 2 T h e V o i c eOSLC official actsWeddings:Kristy Bingenheimer and Joseph Drager Tia Blatchford and Jason ElmerUnited at Our Saviour on April 9, 2011 United at Our Saviour on May 14, 2011Baptisms:Christina Nycole Cook Alyssa Marie TeeboBorn: July 3, 2001; Baptized: April 21, 2011 Born: June 17, 2010; Baptized: May 8, 2011Daughter of Joshua Cook and Nicole Conrad Daughter of Anthony and Tammy TeeboMembership changes OUT: Brenda Haen and children, Zachary & Brianna, transfer to Pilgrim Lutheran, GreenIN: Keele Curtis and son, Austin, transfer from Bay (LCMS) Pilgrim Lutheran, Green Bay (LCMS) Alissa Goluch and daughter, Danica, transfer toAmber Curtis, transfer from Pilgrim Lutheran, St. Mark’s Lutheran, De Pere, Wis. Green Bay (LCMS) (WELS)Judy Brose, transfer from Faith Lutheran, Green Ryan Hatch, Cindy Lech, Terri Zettel, Natasha Bay (LCMS) Kapugia, Catherine Heiser (and minor children: Catelyn and Jeffery), Danielle LaCrosse – Requested releaseReceived their crown: Dennis Vissers September 30, 1945 ~ March 9, 2011Dorothy M. Dorn Funeral service held at Our Saviour LutheranAugust 22, 1923 ~ February 22, 2011 on March 18, 2011Funeral service held at Blaney Funeral Home onFebruary 26, 2011 Gloria Shaw February 27, 1931 ~ April 15, 2011 Funeral service held at Our Saviour Lutheran on April 21, 2011Continued from pg. 1 I’m buying a lawn tractor, get that tractor and help the but a give a cut of the purchase with scrip! church at the same time. It was price back to the church, thanks He came in the church not long and his questions were to the store where he got that office, carrying an armful of replaced with a heap of gift tractor. Pretty nice advantage, questions about scrip. He said cards. He was equipped. He eh? Stop by the welcome he was buying a new lawn left the church office with a center and learn more! tractor and wanted to know if smile as wide as the door. the church‟s “gift card” Those gift cards would be used program (also known as scrip) to buy that tractor, and that could be a way that he could tractor would not only cut grass
V o l u m e 1 8 , I s s u e 3 0 P a g e 3OSLC Packer servers are “Goin’ Coastal.” Well, kinda If you don’t already know, booth, which is at “Grid Iron Grill” Field. A shirt and hat will beKenny Chesney’s “Goin’ Coastal located in section 308. provided.Tour” is coming to Lambeau Field Contact Neil Burmeister We are also currentlyon Saturday, June 11. This will be for more information at (920) 866 planning to work as sixth floora six hour concert that includes -9088 or show your interest in runners at home Packer games forUncle Kracker, The Zac Brown volunteering by signing up at the the 2011-2012 season. TheBand and Billy Currington. cookie bar (no later than June 5, schedule may be ready but the Our Saviour has signed up please). Invite a friend to work players and owners are still tryingto work at a food stand during this with you … there is no to work out a new contract.event. There is no running requirement that workers must Without a new contract, there isinvolved; we will cook and sell be members of Our Saviour. no season and, without a season,brats, hamburgers, beer, popcorn, However, all workers must there are no games and noetc. be at least 18 years old, must runners needed. This would mean At least 19 volunteers are show a photo ID when entering a loss of around $10,000 to Ourneeded to run the stand. Positions the stadium, must wear black Saviour. Stay tuned for details oninclude kitchen workers, register pants (no shorts, capris, etc.) and the need for servers for thepeople and “order fillers.” This is comfortable shoes (no flip-flops, coming season.a great opportunity for OSLC to no open toe or open heel, no high Pray for a new contractraise some extra cash for the heels) and must take an online and a football season that helpschurch. We will be given 10 alcohol awareness test prior to OSLC and the surroundingpercent of the net sales from our working any event at Lambeau communities immensely! Spring cleaning has a meaning Thank you, worship This year’s super sale will include sets of Encyclopedias and skippers!be held on Saturday, Aug. 20 from clothes. Televisions and computer Who misses the 9:158:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Add it to monitors are limited to flat screen a.m. worship service almostyour calendar now, tell your or flat panel. Missed bringing your every week because they hadneighbors and friends and then children’s items for the kid’s sale something else to do? Did theybegin to clean out your garage, in May? Bring them now for the have an excuse? Do they haveclosets, cupboards, basement, etc. super sale! regrets? Would they do itDonations can be accepted until Beginning August 1, all differently if they could? WhoWednesday, Aug. 17 at 12:00 p.m. donations, including large items, were these people? They areThis request is made so that we can be dropped off in the gym. our very dedicated Sundayhave time to clean and tag the Please call the church office as school teachers! While youitems in preparation for soon as possible if you need to were in worship, they wereSaturday’s sale. have your large items picked up. teaching our little ones about Workers are needed at 9:00 If interested in being a part the faith. Thank you teachers!a.m. on Monday, Aug. 1 to move of the pick-up squad, please let We hope you keep on servingitems from the basement to the Michelle know. She will get you in again this fall! Are yougym and to set up tables. touch with the movers and interested in teaching? Call theDonations of almost anything are shakers. Michelle can be reached church office, and we will setaccepted for this sale. Donations at: (920)468-4065 or by you up!that are not being accepted e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ladies luncheon success Get ready for VBS mania When an event happens it seemseasy, simple, effortless. But behind the We’re planning for quite anscenes is a different story. The recent adventure this year! Join us June 27-30 from 9:00ladies luncheon was a success because of a.m. until 12:00 p.m. for vacation Bible schoolthe people behind the scenes. themed “PandaMania.” Camp Luther will lead The wonderful five-star meal was grades one through five. OSLC volunteers willproduced by Larry and Marlys Segriff, lead the preschool and kindergarten children.Greg Ammerman, and Bob Reinke. All children age 3 (by Sept. 1 and potty-Additional help in the kitchen was provided trained) through grade 5 are welcome to comeby John Chamberlain, Robin Williams, and enjoy the fun. Please complete a registrationBrody Wians, Katherine Hovland, Elisebeth form, which can be found at the welcome center,Hovland, and Mitchel Waniger. The table or call the church office to complete thesettings were provided by JoAnn Vogel, registration over the phone. The cost is $10 perJoElle Bitters, Shelley Williams and Lynn child or $20 per family.Wians. Carolyn Arndt created the name Many volunteers are needed for acards and Tina Pickard did the successful VBS as well. Everyone is welcome,lettering. And Michelle Burhite, took theinitial reservations and payments to from sixth grader helpers to retired persons.jumpstart everything. She did everything I Please sign up on the large board just outside theasked of her. Narthex. Kate Burie entertained us If you can’t volunteer but still want towonderfully. If you would like to hear her help, donations are needed for our daily snacks.music, a CD of her music can be checked Check the large board just outside the Narthexout from the OSLC library. I really and sign up for the items you can bring. Itemsappreciate all of the help that made this need to be dropped off no later than Sunday, Junesuch a great event and apologize to 26. Bins for your donations can be found near theanyone that I may have missed! welcome center; cheese can be placed in the So, next year, please watch for parlor refrigerator in the library.notices of the ladies luncheon and plan tojoin us for a wonderful afternoon! -Lynn Wians Our Saviour has fielded two softball teams for the Christian softball league in both division one and two, once again this year. Post this schedule on your refrigerator and join us for a game or two (or all!) this summer. Bring your own seat, a snack, friends and relatives and make an evening of it! Division 1 Division 2 June 5 5:30pm / John Muir Top 5:30pm / Fireman’s June 12 6:45pm / John Muir Top 6:45pm / Perkins 1 June 19 5:30pm / John Muir Bottom Bye June 26 6:45pm / John Muir Bottom 5:30pm / Fireman’s July 10 6:45pm / John Muir Bottom 5:30pm / Fireman’s July 17 Playoffs / TBA 5:30pm / Fireman’s July 24 Playoffs / TBA 5:30pm / Perkins 1 July 31 Finals / TBA 6:45pm / Fireman’s August 7 n/a 4:15pm / Fireman’s
V o l u m e 1 8 , I s s u e 3 0 P a g e 5OSLC recognizes graduating seniors Many of our young people are graduating from high school this year. Here are the future plans ofthree of them. If you are a senior, please plan to attend OSLC‟s senior recognition day on Sunday, June 5.Graduating seniors attending any of the three services will be recognized that day. Pictures andinformation submitted by graduating seniors to the office (no later than May 31)will be included on a handout on June 5. Morgan Geurts, daughter of Marc and Jean Geurts, will graduate fromPreble High School this year. She plans to attend college in Oshkosh but hasn‟tyet decided on her major. Her favorite verse, which was also her Confirmationverse, is Habakkuk 3:18, “Yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in Godmy Savior.” What‟s her advice to others? “Remember for every decision you makethere is a consequence … so always keep God in your life to make your journeythrough college and years later a positive one.” Morgan has grown up at Our Saviour and attended OSLC‟s preschool.She fondly remembers attending Sunday school with her little sister. She alsoattended the summer programs offered at OSLC. McKenzie Waniger, daughter of Bob and Liz Reinke, will also graduate from Preble this year. She has plans to attend UWGB, majoring in education and with a minor in psychology. Although the details of grade and subject are not worked out, she would love to become a teacher. Her Confirmation verse is also her favorite verse, which is, Isaiah 40:31, “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Memories of Our Saviour are not a problem with someone who was involved in many activities including volunteering for vacation Bible school, a Confirmation guide and at Camp Matz. Fun memories include attending the National Youth Gathering in New Orleans in 2010 and youth movie nights. Andhow do you pay for a trip to New Orleans? McKenzie did it, in part, by waitressing at the monthly fishfries and working the youth pizza sales. Alex Ronsman, son of Randy and Kim Ronsman, will attend UW-Madison after graduating from Preble High School in June. He will major inbusiness. Revelation 11:15 is Alex‟s favorite verse, “The seventh angel sounded histrumpet, and there were loud voices in heaven, which said: „The kingdom of theworld has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he will reignforever and ever.‟” Among the memories of Our Saviour that Alex takes with him is a youthgroup trip to Camp Luther.
V o l u m e 1 8 , I s s u e 3 0 P a g e 6 July 2011 Usher ScheduleDay: Date: Service: Lead Usher Team:Sun. 03-Jul 7:45 am M. Morgan Vernon Siech; Gloria Morgan; Ralph HoerchlerSun. 03-Jul 9:15 am W. Chamberlain Randy Dyle; Roxanne Dyle; Alex Chamberlain; McKenzie Waniger; †UNSun. 03-Jul 10:45 am R. Bruhn Rich Ryman; Sue Bruhn; Richard ChristiansonThu. 07-Jul 7:00 pm P. Kuehl Bill Baneck; †UN; †UNSun. 10-Jul 7:45 am A. Knaus Clarence Ney; Josh VanKauwenberg; Jerry VanKauwenbergSun. 10-Jul 9:15 am D. Wians Lonnie Peerenboom; Todd Korth; Barb Korth; Davis LaMarche; Dan RicherSun. 10-Jul 10:45 am G. Buechner Carmen Leuthner; Lloyd Leuthner; DeVonte King; Rich SpangenbergThu. 14-Jul 7:00 pm B. Clayton Anthony Clayton; †UN; †UNSun. 17-Jul 7:45 am J. Kielpikowski Chad Kielpikowski; Ron Klumb; †UNSun. 17-Jul 9:15 am R. Vande Hei Walt Juhnke; Tiffany Duff; Brian Duff; Chelsea Vande Hei; Rachel Vande HeiSun. 17-Jul 10:45 am M. Charles Don Larson; Karen Kiekhaefer; Hunter AlftThu. 21-Jul 7:00 pm C. Arthur Carl Zimonick; Gary Kirchman; Dick ZimonickSun. 24-Jul 7:45 am M. Dalebroux Andrew Prescher; Al Brietlow; Barry DalebrouxSun. 24-Jul 9:15 am D. Bitters Robin Williams; Frank Helebrant; Don Schultz; Shelly Williams; Trey BoerschingerSun. 24-Jul 10:45 am R. Bruhn Rich Ryman; Sue Bruhn; Richard ChristiansonThu. 28-Jul 7:00 pm P. Kuehl Bill Baneck; †UN; †UNSun. 31-Jul 7:45 am M. Morgan Vernon Siech; Gloria Morgan; Ralph HoerchlerSun. 31-Jul 9:15 am W. Chamberlain Randy Dyle; Roxanne Dyle; Alex Chamberlain; McKenzie Waniger; †UNSun. 31-Jul 10:45 am G. Buechner Carmen Leuthner; Lloyd Leuthner; DeVonte King; Rich Spangenberg † UN-Usher needed: If youd like to volunteer as an usher please contact the lead usher of the group youd like to join. Or contact Rich Spangenberg at (920) 983-9821 or e-mail email@example.comOLM bulletin board ready to serve your needs and your need to serve The Office of Lay Ministry serve. For example, woodworkers find assistance in locatingbulletin board is ready for you! may be needed to build benches or members to help. In the future,Let‟s make it work for someone may wish to start a this may be where folks come toeveryone. The Office of Lay quilter‟s group; we can find and adopt a space for maintenance ofMinistry is hoping to connect invite those folks. Likewise, the building. For example, athose who have need with those perhaps a shut-in needs to have family may choose to adoptwho can provide. If you have a his/her lawn mown and can be washing the windows in theneed, please write it on the new connected to a young person who atrium once a month.bulletin board in the office is in their neighborhood. The office can track who ishallway. If you need to call it in, OLM will help the pastors on what board or committee andplease contact Michelle at 468- and office staff to secure who is doing what task or project.4065. If you have a specific talent volunteers for assisting at funerals, Here, members can come to findto offer (i.e. you have a lawn weddings, general church events where they can volunteer time ormower and are willing to travel), and to track special needs. see, and consider, short-termyou can write it on the list and you Volunteers may send birthday projects that need to be completed.could be called to use your talents cards to shut-ins, coordinate meal Much more is to come.for someone at Our Saviour. deliveries to someone recovering Exciting? Practical? Based on the time and at home, assist in folding bulletins, Helpful? Ministry-centered?talent survey completed by many preparing The Voice for mailing, Family-like? You bet! Weof our members last year, the assist with data entry, etc. welcome your input!office holds a list of our members‟ This will be the place Contact Richard Ryman,interests and skill sets so that, if where a board or committee in chairman of the board ofneeded, they can be contacted and need of new folks for a special stewardship. offered an opportunity to project or to serve on the team can
Church offerings survey iPhones, Websites, ATMs, EFTs – Do these terms scare you? Or are they part of your everyday life? For some of us, we’re perfectly happy with the “good old days,” paying our bills by checkor cash and visiting the bank every payday. For others, bills are paid from a phone or computerand cash is from a machine “when I need it now.” We would like your feedback on whether Our Saviour should add new ways for membersto make offerings and payments. Please answer the following questions and drop this sheet in theoffering plate, give to an usher or return to the church office.Would you use an ATM machine located in the welcome center to transfer cash from yourbank account for church offerings and payments? __ Yes ___ NoWould you use a credit / debit card reader located in the welcome center to makecashless offerings and payments to the church? __ Yes ___ NoIf your response to questions 1 and 2 is “yes,” would you prefer the ATM machine orcredit / debit card reader, if only one of the two options were available? ___ ATM ____ Credit / debit card readerWould you have an objection to locating an ATM machine or credit / debit card reader inthe welcome center of the church? __ Yes ___ NoComments? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________Optional name & contact information: ________________________________This survey is intended to gather information from church members. Any decision to start a newprogram will be made by the church council. You can contact Mike Charles @ 337-0940 with anyquestions or discussion. Adopt-a-bill board returns for summer months Although we had a great month for unified receipts in April ($54,059.32, which is $11,800.04 over budget), we are still behind our year - to-date budget by $10,174.90. In anticipation of the "summer giving slump" we normally face each year, the council decided to bring back the adopt-a- bill board for the summer (Memorial Day to Labor Day). With your help, it will make up our shortage. Keep in mind, we still need $10,564.82 each week to keep us on track with our budget.
June 2011 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdaySummer Sundays: 1 2 36:30pm - Open Basketball in the Gym 7p P&F meeting 9a Staff meeting 4 7p SHOW 12:15p Brown bagD1 Softball at John Muir Park (Top or Bottom) worship 5:30 p.m. or 6:45 p.m. 7p Worship serviceD2 Softball at Fireman’s Park or Perkins Park 1 4:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m. or 6:45 p.m.Check the office hallway bulletin board for times & locationsYOUTH! Join us for SHOW (sports and hang out Wednesdays) at7pm unless otherwise noted5 Senior recognition 6 7 8 9 10 117:45a Trad worship 5:30p Youth board 7a Bible study 7p SHOW 9a Staff meeting9:15a Praise worship 7p Sweet Monday 9a Bible study 12:15pm Brown bag9:15a Bible study 6p Praise band worship10:30a Bible study 7p Worship service10:45a Trad worship12 Communion 13 14 15 16 17 18 Mite box sunday 7p Church council 7a Bible study 3p Chicks with stix 9a Staff meeting7:45a Trad worship 9a Bible study plus, classroom 1 12:15pm Brown bag9:15a Praise worship 6p Praise band 7p SHOIW worship10:45a Trad worship 7p Worship servicew/Holy Baptism Michelle on vacation No Scrip sales19 20 21 22 23 24 257:45a Trad worship 7p Board of 7a Bible study 7p SHOW 12:15p Brown bag9:15a Praise worship education 9a Bible study worship10:45a Trad worship 6p praise band 7pm Worship Service Michelle on vacation Michelle on vacation No scrip sales No Scrip sales26 Communion 27 28 29 30Summer cookout 9a VBS 7a Bible study 9a VBS 9a VBS7:45a Trad worship 6:30p Trinity school 9a VBS 4p SHOW with Camp 12:15p Brown bag9:15a Praise worship board 6p praise band Luther; lock in worship10:45a Trad worship 7p Fellowship 7p Worship service 7p Stewardship
What’s going on at Camp Luther? Register online for summer camp2011! You can still register for summer camp2011 at www.campluther.com. The theme thisyear is EVERDAY and we‟d love for you to joinus this summer as we discover the blessings thatGod provides for us every day through His Son,Jesus Christ, and the everyday opportunities wehave to thank, praise and serve Him! You canalso register by fax or US mail -- registrationforms are available as a quick link on the Website, or call camp to have a brochure mailed toyou. Come and learn more about the everydayblessing that is Jesus in our lives! Kindercamp! What a wonderful way tospend some one-on-one time with your child andencourage their growing relationship withJesus! It is a weekend you will treasure for yearsto come, and the impact will last alifetime. Don‟t miss this opportunity with yourpre-k or kindergarten-aged child! KinderCamp isoffered June 24-26, July 15-17, July 29-31 andAugust 12-14 (with GrandKids camp). IMPACT- Hands on leadership camp(July 1-9 or July 29-August 6) IMPACT(Grades 8-10) is just one of many learning andcamping opportunities at Camp Luther thissummer. Participants in IMPACT will developleadership skills, work as a team, be accountable,and practice these skills to bring leadership andthe impact of the Gospel to their church andcommunities. Consider IMPACT LeadershipCamp as you register at www.campluther.com. Be an RV volunteer! Summer RVvolunteers help with the ministry of CampLuther all while enjoying the blessings of volunteering. Sign up for one or two week blocks of time from Maythrough September. You may even do more than one session! Camp has an area set aside for your RV withelectrical, water and sewer provided. You will be expected to work half days, with one full day off per week.Work is tailored to your skills and abilities. And it‟s free! Contact Mike “Mutt” Rieck for more information orgo to www.campluther.com. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR A.S.D. FAMILY RETREAT!! Camp Luther is seeking volunteersfor its first ever A.S.D. family retreat, September 16-18. If you have experience working with autism andwould like to help, please contact Gary “Woody” Vought at 877-264-CAMP or firstname.lastname@example.org formore information. WOMEN’S WEEKEND OUT!! Gather the girlfriends for a fun and relaxing weekend at the CampLuther Women‟s Weekend Out, September 30 through October 1. Enjoy uplifting Bible study, crafts, and greatfellowship! Visit www.campluther.com to register.Camp Luther is a ministry of the North Wisconsin District-LCMS. Our mission is to build up the Body of Christ for service to thechurch and witness to the world.
V o l u m e 1 8 , I s s u e 3 0 P a g e 1 1 Our Saviour Lutheran Church Senior Pastor– David H. Hatch (920) 465-8118 Lutheran Church email@example.com Missouri Synod Associate Pastor– Greg Hovland 120 S. Henry Street (920) 544-3614 Green Bay, WI 54302 firstname.lastname@example.org (920) 468-4065 Church Office – Michelle Burhite http://www.oslc-gb.org (920) 468-4065 Vol. 18 No. 30, June 2011 The Voice (permit No. 59) is published monthly by Our Saviour Lutheran Church. All rights reserved. No portion of this email@example.com publication may be reproduced without permission. Preschool Director – Christina Scholz Edited and designed by Avra J. Juhnke. Please feel free to contact me with constructive suggestions (920) 468-3596 and comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to those who have already commented! email@example.com I am seeking more congregational input and submissions. Submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org What do you want to read about? OSLC Business Directory Advertisements in the business directory help Our Saviour defray the cost of printing and mailing The Voice each month. If you would like to advertise in The Voice, please contact Michelle at (920) 468-4065 or by e-mail: email@example.com Envision your ad here!
Our Saviour Lutheran Church Non-Profit Organization120 S. Henry St. U.S. Postage PaidGreen Bay, WI 54302 Permit #59(920) 468-4065 Green Bay, WI ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTEDNEWLHS news$4,000 challenge for NEWLHS: An anonymous donor has challenged all supporters of NEWLHS to match hisgenerous gift to our school by June 25, 2011. This challenge was first shared at the wine and beer tasting event atHeritage Hill on May 6. To date, we have received nearly $500 towards this challenge but we are far from reachingour goal. For more information, please contact the school at 469-6810. Gifts may be mailed directly toNEWLHS. Please include “$4,000 challenge” on the memo line. You may also donate online atwww.newlhs.com. Simply note that you are contributing toward the challenge. All proceeds will go directly tofamilies in need of tuition assistance. Please prayerfully consider helping by rising up to meet this generouschallenge with your gift of $10, $25, $50 or more!Blazer Golf Open and Hawaiian Luau: Got golf? NEWLHS needs you! The Blazer Golf Open and HawaiianLuau is coming June 20. The deadline for “Golf for Free” is past and now we are offering the event for $100/person. Get a foursome together for a day of fun, sun and support NEWLHS at the same time. The registrationform can be picked up at church.A Forward to Forty update for NEWLHS will be held Tuesday, June 14 starting at 5:30 p.m. Please join us tohelp plan how NEWLHS moves into their 40th year, “helping families prepare Christian leaders.” Moreinformation is available online on the school calendar - just click on the event.