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					                                                LUTHERAN COLLEGIATE BIBLE INSTITUTE
                        VOLUME 67                                         BOX 459                              EMAIL: office@lcbi.sk.ca
                        NUMBER 1                                     OUTLOOK SK S0L 2N0                       WEB SITE: www.lcbi.sk.ca
                        SEPTEMBER 2006                               PHONE: 306-867-8971                            FAX: 306-867-9947


Excitement evident in students and staff
         Beautiful weather set the stage for    and worship team made up of new and              fun games and also spoke to students about
a wonderful opening day as LCBI began           returning students. It was evident God will      determination and perseverance. These
another school year September 3, 2006.          be worshipped and glorified this year.
Students from six provinces and three                     On Monday students took part in
countries arrived on campus to begin            orientation and finalizing their time tables.
another year of learning together in this       There was a lot of information to take in
Christian community.                            and so many new people to meet in the
                                                course of the day so when evening came
                                                the formalities were set aside and students
                                                took part in games organized by the SRC.
                                                          Classes officially began Tuesday
                                                morning and gave students the opportunity
                                                to meet their teachers, learn more about their
                                                new courses and get a sense of the
                                                expectations for each course. It was another     were great activities to kick off the new
                                                very busy day so a Gym Blast in the evening      school year. There is so much excitement
                                                was a welcome change of pace. Youth For          around campus and we look forward to all
                                                Christ led students through energetic and        that God has in store!
                                                Opening Day
         After receiving handbooks, room
assignments and visiting with staff, students   Former president visits campus
began settling in to the dorms and meeting               We were pleased to have Dr.             scholarships. Thank you Dr. Evenson for
the students they will be sharing the LCBI      George Evenson on campus September 3             coming and sharing in our opening day
experience with.                                to help us open the new school year. Dr.         celebration.
         An afternoon worship service was       Evenson’s dedication and connection to the
led by our new chaplain Pastor Rick             school go back several decades. It was Dr.
Chappell with music leadership by a praise      Evenson who re-opened the school in 1939
                                                after it had been closed for three years
                                                during the depression.
                                                         In celebration of his extraordinary
                                                vision and commitment, the alumni of LCBI
                                                established a scholarship in his honor
                                                several years ago. This year he was on hand
                                                to present these scholarships in person and
                                                a very special moment followed when he
                                                announced that one of the winners was his
                                                great-granddaughter, Sarah Tomtene.
                                                Congratulations to Sarah and to Joanna
                                                Munholland, winners of the 2006 Evenson
                            He has done marvelous things
                             By Mr. Douglas Hopkins — President

                                      Praise     back for the opening this year. Those years     the computer lab and getting the
                             God for His         of connection to the school span 67 years       admininistration department on a PC
                             Body,        the    to date and had gifts from God attached to      Windows operating system. Darrold
Church! As we begin another school year          it. During the worship service opening day      Sincennes undertook several projects in the
we are mindful of Psalm 100 v 4; “We enter       he awarded one of the George Evenson            boys’ dormitory including a new paint
His gates with thanksgiving, and His courts      scholarships to none other than his great       scheme, linoleum in the hallways, and
with praise, give thanks to Him; and bless       granddaughter, Sarah Tomtene, a first year      carpet in the lounge area. Great work folks.
His name.” Amen!                                 student. How many would have predicted                    Welcome to our new and returning
          You are His body and as we begin       such a happening?                               staff. New is Pastor Rick Chappell who
a new year we look back on 2005-2006 and                   This year we have added               accepted the call to be our Chaplain.
marvel with thankful hearts and minds. He        Educational Assistants (EA) to our              Welcome to Louise Michelman who has
has done great things in our midst. We           academic staff. They assist students in         joined our academic staff as an EA.
closed out the year with a strong sense of       studies and in the completion of                Dorianne Leslie is our new custodian. Barb
ministry and purpose while your support in       assignments. This is an important and           and Ryan van Reeuwyk, a newly married
the face of low enrollments ensured a            valuable initiative for LCBI and is already     couple, are our interns this year. Jennifer
healthy balance sheet. We as staff spent         being used by students only a few days into     Ridgewell is back from maternity leave and
meeting time in reworking our vision             the academic year. We believe this help will    has rejoined the teaching staff. Kristie
statement into fewer words and are in the        be evident on their report cards.               Sincennes has joined her husband Darrold
process of working out what this vision                    Staff were busy this summer           as house parents in the boys’ dorm. Their
means in our day to day activity. The            undertaking several major projects in           home is open for many of the comforts that
statement we came up with is “Our vision         preparation for the new year. Bryan Akre        these ‘parents by proxy’ will provide. This
is to minister to the whole person as we live,   (Head of Maintenance) and Christie Anne         means that there is a woman’s presence in
learn, play, serve and worship together in a     McCullough (summer student) laid a new          the boys’ dormitory.
dynamic Christian community.” You will           sidewalk from the boys’ dorm to the General               We have a strong team and are
hear in other parts of this newsletter what      Office and removed another sidewalk             looking forward to what God is doing in
this is about.                                   resulting in new pathways between               the work He has given us to do.
          Opening service on Sunday              buildings. Rick Delainey (teacher) spent 1/               Thanks to all of you as you pray
September 3rd was high with excitement.          3 of his summer at the school reconfiguring     and support this ministry at LCBI.
The school and staff were in readiness. The
week prior brought us visitors with pioneer
connections; the sons and daughter of
former president, Pastor Knute Bergsagel,
                                                 Scholarships announced
who served from 1924 to 1936. John                         Scholarships were awarded to          Outlook SK), Kirsten Berg (Gr. 12,
Bergsagel, son of Pastor Bergsagel, was          several LCBI students during our opening        Eckville, AB), Michelle Gjesdal (Gr. 12,
born in the old boys’ dormitory and left here    day worship service, September 3.               Birch Hills, SK), Olaf Lokken (Gr. 12,
at the age of 8 years. He now lives in           Receiving Dr. George O. Evenson                 Saskatoon, SK), Tim Olson (Gr. 12, Elbow,
Copenhagen, Denmark.                             Scholarships were Joanna Munholland (Gr.        SK), Kari Ree (Gr. 11, Bentley, AB) and
                                                 11, Strasbourg, SK)) and Sarah Tomtene          Kara Sorenson (Gr. 12, Camrose, AB).
                                                 (Gr. 11, Birch Hills, SK). These scholarships
                                                 are awarded to first year students who have
                                                 achieved excellence in academics, have
                                                 contributed to the life of the church, and
                                                 who have a desire to contribute to school
                                                 life at LCBI.
                                                           Seven students were recipients of
                                                 the Joel Isaac Johnson Memorial
                                                 Scholarship. Candidates for these
Bergsagel children meet President Hopkins        scholarships must have good academic
on a visit to LCBI.
                                                 standing, leadership skills, and have the
         Another visitor to the campus was       potential to make positive contributions to             We also extend congratulations to
Dr. George Evenson who reopened the              school life at LCBI through faithful Christ     Garson Chan (Class of 2006, Outlook, SK))
school after three years of closure from 1936    centered involvement in athletics, music and    who was awarded the Governor General’s
to 1939 during the depression years. Dr.         the social life of the school community. This   Medal for outstanding work in achieving a
Evenson, retired and in his nineties, was        year’s winners were Leah Adelman (Gr. 10,       95.3% grade 12 average.
Jeremy Guebert captures Spirit of Youth award
          The Spirit of Youth Award is an        activity on campus.                                                        Jeremy spent part of his summer
honor bestowed upon a student who                          Jeremy is very happy to have been                       tree planting and preparing for further
exemplifies the best in youth today. The         an LCBI student. “Being at LCBI was the                           education in the fall. He will be attending
staff of LCBI nominates and votes for the        best two years of my life so far,” he                             Canadian Mennonite University in the
student who demonstrates exceptional spirit      explained. “It’s such a great atmosphere. It’s                    Outtatown Program. The program involves
and achievement in the areas LCBI focuses        a Christ-centered community and I loved it                        mission work and this interests Jeremy a
on in the development of students: body,         there.”                                                           great deal. He points to his involvement in
mind and spirit. The 2006 Spirit of Youth                  In nominating Jeremy for this                           the LCBI Mission to Mexico team as one
Award winner was Jeremy Guebert, a grade         award, staff noted his work ethic, his                            of the highlights of his time at LCBI and
12 student from Hinton, AB.                      willingness to help fellow students, and the                      he’s looking forward to doing much more
                                                 leadership he brought to all aspects of life                      mission work in the future.
                                                 at LCBI. He truly demonstrated the best in                                 Congratulations Jeremy Guebert,
                                                 young people today.                                               2006 Spirit of Youth Award winner.


                                                    2006 Awards Night presentations
                                                  “Ultra Print” Community Builder Award .............................................................Kiersti Njaa
                                                  Academic Achievement Medallions
                                                         Grade 10 .......... Gold: Celia Kopperud; Silver: Richard Ofstie; Bronze: Brianne Knutson
                                                         Grade 11 .......... Gold: Janet Adelman; Silver: Jessica Harrington; Bronze: Sara Chappell
                                                         Grade 12 .................... Gold: Garson Chan; Silver: Jeremy Guebert; Bronze: Kiersti Njaa
                                                  Most Improved Student Medallions ................................................... Grade 10: Michael Kirk;
                                                                                                      Grade 11: Catherine Yamniuk; Grade 12: Kenny Olson
           Jeremy was thrilled to receive the     Lady Bison Soccer Awards ................................................. Rookie of the Year: Rilla Johnson;
award. “It’s one of my greatest                           Most Improved: Samantha Snider; M.V.P. : Kiersti Njaa; Most Spirited: Kara Sorenson
accomplishments. Of all the things I’ve won       Bison Soccer Awards ........................ Rookie of the Year: Ricks Livingstone & Bryan Balaton;
it meant the most to me.” He added, “It’s                Most Improved: Andrew Linsley; M.V.P. : Dan LeBlanc; Most Spirited: Jeremy Guebert
not given for just one part of your life but      Bison Football .............................. Bison Pride: Kenny Olson; Rookie of the Year:Kyle Hagen;
for how you lived your whole life. It makes                                           Lineman of the Year: Brett Erickson; Most Improved: Travis Wright
it really special.”                               Lady Bison Volleyball ......................................................... Rookie of the Year: Sara Chappell;
           Jeremy attended LCBI for two                                                                Most Improved: Nicole Akre; M.V.P. : Joelle Johnson
years and was involved in every aspect of         Bison Volleyball ...................................................................... Rookie of the Year: Andy Grant;
school life. In addition to being an honor                               Most Improved: Thomas Hovland; M.V.P.: Kenny Olson & Steven Knutson
roll student, Jeremy was a member of all          Badminton Award ................................................................... Rebekah Hove & Brett Erickson
the sports teams, participated in Praise and      Lady Bison Basketball Awards ......................................... Leadership Award: Rebekah Hove;
Worship, took part in drama and music                                                      Rookie of the Year: Sara Chappell; Most Improved: Kiersti Njaa;
groups, was a member of the Student                                                                                                                 M.V.P.: Amber Larson
Representative Council and took part in           Bison Basketball Awards ................................................ Sportsmanship Award: Kenny Olson;
every Campus Life and Student Council                     Rookie of the Year: Bryan Balaton; Most Improved: Matt Kochendorfer & Ben Wight;
                                                                                                                                                  M.V.P.: Steven Knutson
                                                  Track & Field Awards ....................................................... Outstanding Male: Shun Kirishima;
President                                                                      Outstanding Female: Rae-Anne Koskie; Most Spirited: Andrew Henricks
                                                  Drama ...................................... Most Promising Novice: Garson Chan; Best Actor: Tim Olson;

search update                                                                       Best Actress: Jessica Harrington; Super Supporting Role: Amy Timm
                                                  Ewanchuk Music Award .......................................................................................... Kiersti Njaa
                                                  JC Mossing Scholarship ......................................................................................... Garson Chan
          The Board of Regents search
committee will soon be entering a new             Gronlid Memorial Scholarships .................. Grade 10: Nicole Akre; Grade 11: Sara Chappell;
phase in the search for a president. This                                                                                                            Grade 12: Susan Akre
fall they will be short listing candidates and    Lutheran Life Scholarships .................... Grade 10: Richard Ofstie; Grade 11: Janet Adelman;
then begin the interview process.                                                                                                                        Grade 12: Joel Berg
          The search committee covets your        Leonard Krueger Award............................................................................................. Kiersti Njaa
prayer support during this very important         Alumni Scholarships .......................... Grade 10: Celia Kopperud; Grade 11: Annyea Sorestad
time. We pray God will bring forth the            EJ Anderson Memorial Scholarship .................................................................Jeremy Guebert
candidate of His choosing to guide and            Prairie Centre Credit Union Scholarship ............................................................ Garson Chan
direct the operations of LCBI into the future.    Riverbend Co-op Scholarship ............................................................................. Brett Erickson
          Thank you for your prayers.             Spirit of Youth Award .......................................................................................Jeremy Guebert
Successful first “Take-Out Tuesday”
         Tuesday, September 12 marked the                  Students were excited and worked        at the camp. The Li’l Sprouts Playschool
first “Take-Out Tuesday”, a new initiative       hard throughout the afternoon. Bryan              saw a group help with cleaning and
here at LCBI. Ninety-eight students and          Balaton, grade 12 (Saskatoon), remarked,          organizing for the coming playschool year.
twenty-three staff spent the afternoon at nine   “When you’re working for yourself or for          One work group remained on campus and
project locations volunteering their time in     profit, you are there because you have to         took care of some maintenance items while
a variety of tasks. LCBI places great value      be. But when I’m volunteering, I know I           a final group helped Youth For Christ
                                                 am actually making a difference and it feels      Saskatoon in their relocation to a new
                                                 great.”                                           facility.
                                                           Students and staff spent Tuesday
                                                 afternoon at the Outlook Elementary School
                                                 assisting in classrooms and custodial work.
                                                 One other group helped in relocating
                                                 furniture and supplies during the
                                                 construction phase of the new hospital
                                                 building. Two other groups provided
                                                 manicures and an afternoon of conversation
                                                 to residents at the high rise and Luther Place.
                                                 Another group worked with the activity
                                                 coordinator at the hospital assisting with
in developing young men and women with           crafts and reading time to long term care
hearts of service and a willingness to be        residents. A large group traveled to Elbow                 LCBI is continually looking for
volunteers. Classes are replaced one             Lutheran Bible Camp where the dirt chapel         new projects and areas where we can serve.
afternoon each month giving students time        floor was roto-tilled, leveled and repacked.      Please contact the school office at 306-867-
and opportunity to be of service in the          A second project was the demolition and           8971 with any project ideas so we can serve
community.                                       removal of five outhouses no longer in use        you.


        • • • Sport Shorts • •
* The Bison football season kicked off           “Then,” explained Coach Guebert, “we              0-2. Coach Adelman is delighted by the
August 30 when players and coaches               showed our inexperience in covering               potential this team has demonstrated.
gathered for a few days of football camp.        receivers and defending the ‘spread’              “There are lots of skilled girls. We will have
An interesting thing about fielding a football   offense. Our offense lost a bit of momentum       a skilled and fairly deep team.”
team is that each season there are athletes      as we were unable to maintain blocking
joining the team who have never played the       assignments.” The Bisons did have some            * The Lady Bison soccer team took part in
game before. The coaches recognize this          great moments. Trevor Kuntz and James             the Silhouette Soccer tournament in
and they’ve developed a program to help          Martin’s touchdowns showed some great             Shaunavon September 8-9. The girls played
each player learn the game. The 2006 Bison       cuts.                                             their hearts out in their first game against
roster is somewhat inexperienced. Veterans                                                         Notre Dame “A” but were defeated.
coming back this year are playing new            * The 2006 Lady Bison volleyball season           Saturday morning they faced the Notre
positions alongside the rookies. That            got off to a great start when 16 players          Dame “B” team and won this game 3-0.
                                                 gathered for a volleyball camp August 30.         Later that day the girls played St. Angela’s
                                                 After opening day on September 3 several          and were victorious with a score of 8-0
                                                 more girls came out to practices and their        which meant the Lady Bisons won the B
                                                 skill and talent level made roster decisions      side of the tournament. The soccer team is
                                                 very difficult for Coach Adelman. With the        coached by Outlook residents Frank
                                                 team in place, focus shifted to a weekend         Verwimp, Mark Verwimp and intern Ryan
                                                 tournament in Lucky Lake/Beechy. They             van Reeuwyk.
                                                 split matches with Vanguard and then beat
                                                 Cabri, Beechy and Davidson 2-0, putting           * The Bison volleyball team has begun
                                                 them in the semifinal against Imperial.           practicing and they are looking very good
                                                 Coach Adelman remarked, “The match                early on. They will be busy with league play
showed in their home opener against Hanley       against Imperial was the highlight of the         and then will prepare for their home
September 8. The Bisons were unable to           weekend. It was good calibre volleyball and       tournament at the end of September. Coach
stop Hanley’s offence and lost 53-14. There      both teams played well.” LCBI won that            Ridgewell remarked, “They are hard
were three touchdowns scored in the first        semifinal and then faced Lucky Lake in the        working and are not afraid to hit the floor. I
eight plays to make it 14-7 for Hanley.          championship where the Lady Bisons lost           love their intensity!”
                      Momentum in learning
                      By Mr. Phil Guebert — Principal

                                The start of a   constituency (aka YOU!) and parents, we                   LCBI is blessed to have these four
                       new school year; it       have been blessed with the opportunity to       ladies in these new roles. They will be
                       always         brings     direct educational support to these students    involved in the lives of our students
excitement and a little bit of apprehension.     listed above.                                   academically as well as serving the role of
The start-up can be so busy here that it                   As a part of this program, we         mentors for many. There have been a few
makes one’s head spin. But once we settle        welcome Margo Linsley and Louise                frustrations in getting things going but these
into a regular routine, the wheels start to      Michelman as Educational Assistants (EA’s)      have been outweighed by the early success
turn and we roll along with continued            in our classrooms. Mrs. Linsley moves from      of these programs in the first few days of
momentum through the school year.                the study hall and brings her expertise to      this school year. Mr. Adelman notes that
          This fall we welcome Leanne            leading an English as a Second Language         “it has been super-wonderful . . . I feel like
Engen as Vice Principal. She assumed the         (ESL) program to our international students     I can cover way more bases in class,” while
role at the end of last year and we have         as well as providing career guidance to our     Jennifer Ridgewell remarks that “Louise
decided to continue with it for this school      grade 10 students. She is also in a few of      and Margo are already a valuable asset in
year. She has done tremendous work in            the classes, helping to monitor student         the classroom.”
researching student files and starting to lay    progress while providing support to the                   We pray that God will bless these
out personal programs for some of our            classroom teacher in keeping students on        positions as we continue to build
students. As educators, we are well aware        task. Mrs. Michelman is also serving as an      momentum to make this a great learning
of the differences in learning styles and        EA. She brings experience from other            environment for all of our students.
therefore, may need to adapt our program         school settings in Saskatchewan to our
to reflect these differences. We are pleased     community and has been a great help in
with the effort that Mrs. Engen is putting in
to help our students achieve success in the
classroom.
                                                 directing student learning. Like Mrs.
                                                 Linsley, she helps the students to be focused
                                                 on their tasks and provide extra supports
                                                                                                 Thank you!
                                                                                                         The call for volunteers went out in
          Every child deserves to be treated     where needed.
                                                                                                 the summer and we were again blessed with
fairly, and that does not always mean they                 We are also pleased to welcome
                                                                                                 willing workers who spent time on our
are treated equally. We have a wide variety      Shelley Luedtke back as our study hall
                                                                                                 campus helping us prepare for the new
of learning needs at LCBI - from those that      supervisor, librarian and career guidance
                                                                                                 school year. Volunteers were with us
are gifted to those who struggle, and            coordinator. She was in this role a number
                                                                                                 throughout the summer assisting with
everyone in between. This is not a new           of years ago and returns with much
                                                                                                 projects in the dorms, classrooms and
discovery. We want to effectively reach our      enthusiasm to the position. Shelley is
                                                                                                 around campus.
students with diverse learning needs. We         excited to be working with the students
have not always been able to do this,            more directly again this year. She has
although we have managed to create as            served as a part time assistant to the
positive a learning environment for students     Publications Department (such as the
at LCBI as possible. Because of the              Beacon) and maintains this role along with
generous support of our alumni                   the task of touching lives in the study hall.




                                                                                                 Vandana Luedtke and Elise Leslie, LCBI’s
                                                                                                 Class of 2013, help with some cleaning
                                                                                                 projects around the school to prepare for the
                                                                                                 2006-2007 student body.
                                                                                                          We were blessed with people who
                                                                                                 came to wash windows, clean bathrooms
                                                                                                 and dorm rooms, wash walls, strip floors,
                                                                                                 paint, work with our heating and air
                                                                                                 conditioning systems and so much more. We
                                                                                                 simply can’t extend a big enough thank you
                                                                                                 to the people who took up the call. So much
                                                                                                 work was completed and for that we say
Mrs. Margo Linsley aides Kendra Bray and Mrs. Louise Michelman assists Jodie McBryan as
part of the new EA programs established for our students this year.
                                                                                                 thanks be to God.
Passings                                       Honors                      Honors were received in celebration of the following:
Genevieve (“Toots”) McFadyen (nee               Jay Akre and Jasmine Hayes wedding             George O. Evenson attending the 2006
Peterson) passed away on July 21, 2006 in       on June 10, 2006 in LCBI’s Chapel              opening service at LCBI
Saskatoon, SK at the age of 93. She was a       Delwyn & Shelley Luedtke’s 17th                Nicole Akre in grade 11
graduate of Outlook College in 1930 and         wedding anniversary
was very active in her church in Watrous                                                       Stacey Hagen’s 2nd year at LCBI
where her children were raised.                 Howard & Elaine Johnson’s 40th                 Celia Kopperud - top grade 10 student
                                                wedding anniversary
It is with great sorrow that the family of
                                                Joyce (Bothner, Class of 1955) & Jake
Gesine (Olsen) Stone advise you of her
passing on June 26, 2006. Gesine graduated
from Outlook College in 1935. Through the
                                                Braun’s 50th wedding anniversary
                                                Enok & Magda Norheim’s 50th wedding
                                                                                            Marriages
years, she remained interested in the school    anniversary                                 Kevin Marken (‘81) and Lucy Kermaschuk
and kept informed of its many activities. In    Rick & Vi Stalwick’s 50th wedding           were married on July 29, 2006. They are
1989 she donated her personal pictorial         anniversary                                 currently living in Calgary, AB.
history, taken during her attendance, to        Art & Elora Solheim’s 60th wedding          Jay Akre (‘01) and Jasmine Hayes were
LCBI.                                           anniversary                                 married on June 10, 2006 in the LCBI Chapel.
                                                                                            They are making their home in Calgary, AB.
Memorials                                       Alvin & Herborg Vinge’s 60th wedding
                                                anniversary                                 Peter Vander Veen (‘98) married Tabitha
                                                                                            Tuininga in Leduc, Alberta on July 7, 2006.
       (June 1-September 12, 2006)              Andrew Delainey’s baptism
Sybil Aadland, Herman Adelman, Barry                                                        Jenny Weisbrod (‘03) and Mark Calow
                                                Harry Smalley on Father’s Day
Allcock, Doug Allcock, Raymond                                                              (‘03) were married on September 2, 2006 in
Anderson, Gayle Austring, Andy Clark, W.        Shelley Luedtke’s birthday                  Saskatoon, Sk where they are making their
O. Dahl, Hanna (Haugen) Erickson,               Isabel Pumfrey’s 95th birthday              home.
Marguerite Evenson, Carrie Farden &
Georg Moi - former teachers of Outlook
College, Conrad & Alice Forsberg, Lori
Griffith, Bonny Gullickson, Paul Gustafson,
                                                 Donation Comparative
Gordon Hall, Myrtle J. Hansen, Harvey           Total donations to operations as of September 12, 2006 — $41,682.07
Haug, Rev. J. Fred Haugen, Allan Holth,                Donation amount needed to meet budget — $370,000.00
Herbert & Agna Holmlund, Angeline              $370,000.00                                                                  Actual
Holtslander, Joel Johnson, Steve Joorisity,    $360,000.00
                                               $350,000.00                                                                  Budget
Sheena Jorgensen, Pastor Martin Knudson,       $340,000.00
Rev. Carl A. Kopperud, J. Beverly              $330,000.00
                                               $320,000.00
Kvemshagen, Nils Langager, Loved ones,         $310,000.00
Pastor Harold Lovrod, Genevieve “Toots”        $300,000.00
                                               $290,000.00
(Peterson) McFadyen, Rev. Leonard E.           $280,000.00
McFarlane, Elmer Mihalcheon, Norman &          $270,000.00
Carol Mossing, Gjert & Neda Nostbakken,        $260,000.00
                                               $250,000.00
Gudrun & Gust Nostbakken, Pastor Chris         $240,000.00
Olesen, Wes Olson, Morris W. Rafoss,           $230,000.00
                                               $220,000.00
Steward Rafoss, Marvin Roseth, Pastor          $210,000.00
Norman Salte, Joe Sheppard, Amy                $200,000.00
                                               $190,000.00
(Thorson) Simes, Frank W. Spigott, Gesine      $180,000.00
(Olsen) Stone, Jane & Christopher Sutton       $170,000.00
and their children, Jessie & Francis, Einar    $160,000.00
                                               $150,000.00
& Kari Svennes, Peder Tastad, Dorma            $140,000.00
Vinge.                                         $130,000.00
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   enjoy. We look forward to seeing you.                                                       Offer a bit of your time and become a
                                                                                               member of the Alumni Association. By
                FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2006                                                       attending (in person or by phone) two or
            7:00 pm        Visiting and Registration (Study Hall)                              three meetings per year, and helping out
                                                                                               during Homecoming weekend, you will be
                                                                                               making a valuable contribution to the
            SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2006                                                         school.
    8:00-9:00 am           Breakfast
   9:00-10:00 am
        10:00 am
                           Registration continues
                           Alumni Business Meeting &
                           Chapel Service - 10 year class leading
                                                                                               Playtime
        10:45 am           Volleyball Tournament                                                      Do you have any “Little Tikes”
         12 noon           Honored Class Reunions                                              outdoor play equipment that you are no
   12:00-1:00 pm           Lunch                                                               longer using? Would you consider donating
    1:00-4:30 pm           Honored Year Classes continue to meet                               it to LCBI?
                           Coffee, visiting, etc.                                                     We have many younger children on
                           Volleyball continues in the Gym                                     campus regularly and we would like to
     3:30-4:30      pm     Open Dorms                                                          provide some safe play equipment for them.
          4:30      pm     Alumni Choir practice                                                                There are several staff
          5:30      pm     Buffet Supper                                                                        children who spend quite a
          7:30      pm     Evening program including LCBI Choir                                                 bit of time on campus while
                           and Honored Class presentations                                                      their parents are busy
                           Coffee to follow                                                                     coaching or directing other
                                                                                                                extracurricular activities.
                                                                                               We also have visitors with younger children
               SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2006                                                        and it would be great to direct them to a
     8:00-9:00 am          Breakfast
                                                                                               play area where they can go and have fun.
         10:00 am          Alumni Choir practice
                                                                                                      If you have any play equipment you
         11:00 am          Worship Service - 25 year class leading
                                                                                               would be willing to donate please contact
         12:30 pm          Lunch
                                                                                               the school at 306-867-8971. Thank you
                                                                                                                                                                                Photo: Rick Fast
            Seeds of Hope
            MARGARET NYIRENDA grows the seeds of hope for her community
            in Katete, Zambia.
            She raises peanut seeds for sale to local farmers who, like herself,
            face a history of sustenance farming that leaves the community at
            risk in times of drought. Margaret’s certified seeds will generate high-
                                                                                                                                  Canadian Lutheran World Relief
            yielding peanut crops, ensuring a reliable source of farm income and                                                  1080 Kingsbury Ave.,
            food protein.                                                                                                         Winnipeg, MB R2P 1W5
            Through your support, CLWR supplied Margaret with the seeds,                                                          Telephone 1.800.661.2597
            training, start-up loan and other materials she needed to get started.                                                Email clwr@clwr.mb.ca
                                                                                                                                  Website www.clwr.org
            Margaret’s story is just one good thing among many happening in
            CLWR project countries, thanks to your support.




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