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February Trinity Tidings Newsletter PASTOR’S PEN Greetings Dear Friends in Christ! February is NOT the time of year we expect to see rainbows. Maybe a few hearts thrown around for Valentine’s Day; otherwise February is still in the clutches of winter. Yet this month we will focus our attention on the rainbow. A sign of sin and a symbol of salvation! Just as February has us thinking about the hopes of spring, so the darkness of Lent will have us thinking about the hope of Easter. And so this February winter and spring, lent and Easter, will unveil a collision of despair and hope, and in that collision God will reveal His colorful salvation. Just after the flood destroyed the earth, the rainbow was placed in the sky by God as a sign of the covenant He now made with Noah. A covenant that God would not again deal with sin on earth through a destructive flood. For Noah and his family it was a reminder, a powerful reminder first (Continued on page 2)

Two Upcoming Events at Concordia University 1282 Concordia Avenue, St. Paul Living as a Christian: Wittenberg Style: Reformation Heritage Lecture The Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb, worldrenowned scholar of the Reformation, will discuss one of the most powerful changes rendered during the time of Martin Luther: redefining what it means to live as a Christian and its impact for today. This lecture will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 8, in the Graebner Memorial Chapel at Concordia University, St. Paul. The event is free and open to the public.

Upcoming Events: Feb 1— Preschool Open House @ POP 6:30pm Feb. 5—Preschool Open House @ TLC 6:30pm Feb. 6—Preschool Open House @ Holy Cross 6:30pm Feb. 12-18—Church of the Week @ Trinity Feb. 14—Lenten Soup Supper Begins @ 4:45pm Feb. 14—Ash Wednesday Worship at 6pm Feb. 18—Baby Bottle Return Day

Conversations on Faith and Life: Spring 2018 Hoffmann Lecture

James Wetzstein, LCMS campus pastor at Valparaiso University, will deliver this year’s Hoffmann Lecture, "The Provisional Nature of Truth,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20. The event is free and open to all students, faculty, staff, and members of the community. The event will be held at the Buetow Music Auditorium.

Feb. 19—President’s Day Feb. 21—Soup at 4:45pm / Lenten Worship at 6pm Feb. 26—4-8pm Dine to Donate at Chipotle on 2nd Street Feb. 22—Newsletter Deadline Feb. 28—Soup at 4:45pm / Lenten Worship at 6pm

Trinity Lutheran Church

“Sharing the Caring Christ With All People”

Sauk Rapids, MN

Trinity Lutheran Church is A Prince of Peace Lutheran School Association Church and a Good Shepherd Community Congregation

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of the flood – God’s punishment upon sin; and second God’s promise and deliverance – His grace upon mankind. This Lenten season you are invited to worship with us every Wednesday evening. Every participating family will receive a devotional cross to place prominently at home as a visual of the collision of sin and hope and a window into growing in the saving grace given to us in Jesus Christ. Each week an additional piece will be given out for families to add to their crosses in order to recreate their rainbow and meditate together on the work of Christ. The individual colors of our chosen rainbow will be explained in significance as a sign of sin and symbol of salvation. At the end of our Lenten journey, we will also publish a summary of all the colors for you to add to the collection as an ongoing devotional piece in your homes. Thank you to all who offered to help put this together and those who are working diligently to make these projects for all of Trinity’s families and our sanctuary. Please note, The traditional seven colors of the rainbow (ROYGBIV) have been modified for this Lenten Rainbow: Ash Wednesday – GRAY Midweek 2 – RED Midweek 3 – YELLOW Midweek 4 – GREEN Midweek 5 – BLUE Midweek 6 – PURPLE Maundy Thursday – WHITE Good Friday – BLACK Easter – GOLD

Sunday Services: 8:00am & 10:30am Sunday School for All Ages: 9:15am (September—May) Sunday Radio Broadcast at 8:00am on WVAL 800 on the AM dial and streaming live on the internet at www.800wval.com Trinity’s Website: www.trinitysr.org

Save the Date! Prince Of Peace Legacy Dinner “Shine Like Stars!” is the theme for the Prince of Peace Lutheran School annual Legacy Dinner and Auction which will be held Sunday, April 22nd at the school. Mark your calendar now and save the date to come out and provide support for our school. Tickets will again be $14 to cover the cost of the catered noon meal – look for them to be available in March. You will have the chance to bid on a variety of items during the Silent Auction and some special items during our Live Auction (rumor has it that a couple of retired pastors will be offering a Boundary Waters canoe trip). And…you will have the opportunity to enjoy the fellowship of Christians coming together to make Prince of Peace Lutheran School an even better place for Christian education! If you would like to donate an item or basket for the Auction please have it to the school by April 1st, or contact Bobbi Trisko 320-2670504 with questions

Looking forward to seeing you there! In Christ, Rev. David W. Hinz

Lenten Soup Suppers will begin Wednesday, February 14th, served from 4:45 to 5:45pm. Volunteers needed for set-up, serving, clean-up or to make soup. Sign-up sheet to bring desserts is on the kitchen door. To volunteer, talk to Sue Bragelman at 252-9618 or Joann Kath at 251-0405. Come to enjoy great soup and fellowship before the 6pm Lenten worship.

Prince of Peace Re-enrollment Begins on March 1st.

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Trinity Lutheran Church

“Sharing the Caring Christ With All People”

Sauk Rapids, MN

DCO CORNER Church of the Week Homeless Ministry Hosted by Trinity Feb. 12 – 18, 2018

This annual community outreach provides overnight shelter and meals for the homeless. In addition to providing overnight shelter in our Fellowship Hall for 25-35 people each night, we will be preparing and serving a community meal for 100 people at Place of Hope every night at 5:00pm. Many volunteers are needed, to drive the bus, prepare & serve meals and snacks. Also, overnight volunteers (hosts/hostesses) are needed to serve 5 hour shifts for overnight security (Married couples, 2 men or 2 women). On Sunday January 21st many of you, with the gift of Giving, contributed to our door offering of $842. Thank-you for your generous response! In 1 Peter 4:10a it says that, “Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others.” Have you found ways to respond to God’s gift of salvation that He has given to you in Christ? This morning I was looking at the Church of the Week sign up poster in the narthex and it appears that the meals and snacks are getting covered by many volunteers! Thanks for serving those who are hungry! Our new members take a spiritual gift assessment and discover their top 3 gifts and then share them with me and I make suggestions on how to use their gifts to serve others. If they have the gifts of: Encouragement, Helps, Hospitality or Mercy I ask them to consider serving as an overnight volunteer for our Church of the Week program. We are still in need of overnight volunteers. Overnight volunteers sacrifice some sleep to serve the homeless with a ministry of their presence. Please consider the gifts God has given you. Could you use them to serve others as an overnight volunteer? The King will reply, “I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.”- Matthew 25:40 Please call me with any questions, 237-5507 - Craig Cooper, DCO

Church Contact Information

Additional Contact Information Admin. Assistant: Judy Rehwaldt Traditional Music : Daniel Reineke 656-0963, Contemporary Music: Ruth Immerfall 291-9293 Prayer Chain: Delores Volkers 252-2101, Parish Nurse: Jennifer Machula, Prince of Peace School Office: 251-1477

Church Office: 252-3670 Church Fax: 202-1095 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.trinitysr.org Office Staff Pastor David Hinz Pastor John Bakou DCO: Craig Cooper 3

Trinity Lutheran Church

“Sharing the Caring Christ With All People”

Sauk Rapids, MN

God’s Grub : Join us on Wednesdays at 5:00pm.

TRANSFER THE BLESSINGS Trinity’s Endowment Fund Trinity operates with several kinds of financial tools. Our yearly budget goes to support the day-to-day operations of Trinity. Special campaigns allow us to take on bigger things like major repairs, mortgage principal reduction, moderate capital improvements or equipment purchases. Restricted giving goes to support a single purpose and can only be used for that purpose such as the Memorial Fund. A more recent tool is our Endowment Fund.

Endowments, Memorials and Thank Offerings in January Virgil & Sue Braglman in memory of Ron Hoaglund Vera Forner in memory of Ed Pilantz Ellard & Edna Grubuski in memory of John Volkers and Ruth Volkers Donna Esselman in memory of Vivian Kelm Gordon and Delores Rehder in memory of Leatrice Ewers Friends of the Neils family in memory of Lu Neils Lori Wlaznak, Endowment in memory of Jean Skuza

Our Endowment Fund works with gifts that are designated beyond the day-to-day operation of the church. The Endowment Fund can be used to fund new initiatives both internally and externally.

FESTIVAL OF THE NATIVITIES

The key is that each year, only a little of the Endowment Fund is used, so the remainder is left to grow. Over time, as gifts are made to this fund and the principal grows, the Endowment Fund becomes a substantial way for the church to expand its mission in the world. For more details on how you can give above-andbeyond to the Endowment fund or specify the Endowment Fund in your will or estate plan, contact Pastor Hinz or any of the members of the Endowment Committee.

A small planning committee has been formed to explore the possibility of hosting a “Festival of the Nativities” at Trinity this December. The first step is to see if we could acquire enough nativity scenes to display. Our goal would be 100. Do you have a nativity set that you would donate to be shared at the festival? The festival would be open to the public and we would also invite families from neighborhoods around the church. Initial thoughts are the nativity display, a children’s area where they could “touch” a nativity and make a simple art project relating to the birth of Christ, music and possibly refreshments.

The distribution amount from the Transfer the Blessings account for 2017 is $4136.00. There is a "Proposal for Use of Endowment Funds" on the church website and there are also copies available in the church office. If you have any questions or wish more information feel free to contact one of the Transfer the Blessings committee members.

If you would be willing to “share” your nativity scene for a few days in December, please stop in the church office and sign up on the “Festival of the Nativities” form or call Joanne Keck 320-492-1896 or email at [email protected] Thank you!

Dennis Miller—Chairperson Dennis Bacon—Vice Chairperson Mark Helgeson—Treasurer Lori Zipp—Financial Secretary Carol Truenow—Secretary Joanne Keck JoAnn Evenson Pastor David Hinz Information and confidential consultation about planned giving options can be obtained by contacting Mr. David Priebe, retired business attorney (612) 508-4640. David is a Gift Planning Counselor for the MN North District - LCMS. 4

Trinity Lutheran Church

“Sharing the Caring Christ With All People”

Lutheran Women in Mission Will meet on Tuesday, February 8th at 1:00pm in the Fellowship Hall. Ladies with an interest in Mission work are encouraged to attend. We find opportunity to grow in faith and relationships as sisters in Christ.

LUTHERAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP ST CLOUD STATE UNIVERSITY—FEBRUARY 2018 “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.” Luke 2:10

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Happy Epiphany, and by the time you read this welcome to LENT!

Sauk Rapids, MN

Heartland Hospice

in Sauk Rapids is looking for a clerical volunteer to assist with office duties. Clerical volunteers would perform the following tasks: Filing, answering phones, assembling packets and binders, faxing and stuffing envelopes for mass mailings. In office volunteer trainings are available to fit each person’s schedule. Please call Keshia Kettler at Heartland Hospice at (320-654-1136) for further information.

Please inform the church office if you have had a change in your contact information…cell phone, land line, etc. Or if you are hospitalized for any reason. We want to stay in touch with you!

We had one graduation for the fall semester, so that being said most of the other students have returned! It has been a slow start as we are (at this present time) only on our first week back. Schedules have changed so a different and perhaps smaller group meets during our Bible studies. Even the survey people were new and a bit shy to stop by!

HELP NEEDED: MEDIC ALERT SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

Thank you for your prayers and your willingness to help at the LSF ministry. May God bless and keep each of you in His faithful, loving Hands.

Volunteers represent the Medical Alert Service department by assisting with installing equipment in subscriber's home along with occasional assistance with service calls and troubleshooting subscriber's issue. Must be comfortable entering subscriber's home and walking through the installation process with individuals/families. Training and mileage reimbursement provided. Seeking volunteers in St. Cloud, Sauk Centre, Monticello, Melrose, and surrounding communities. Volunteers are asked to make a 2-3 hours commitment per day; 1-2 days per week. Due to the varying nature of scheduling installs, there may be rare times where a volunteer is not needed for their shift. Scheduling can be flexible.

In Christ, Barbara Hertling, DCE

LUTHERAN HOUR MINISTRIES is a Christian outreach ministry affiliated with the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, Lutheran Church-Canada and Lutheran Women in Mission. It’s mission is “Bringing Christ to the Nations-and the Nations to the church.” The Lutheran Hour Radio broadcast is on WJON AM1240 at 6:15am Sunday mornings.

Contact Sonny Dickrell, Volunteer Program Specialist St. Cloud Hospital at (320) 255-5638 or [email protected]

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Trinity Lutheran Church

“Sharing the Caring Christ With All People”

Sauk Rapids, MN

Music and Worship Notes

“The Liturgical Colors of: Epiphany -- Transfiguration -- Ash Wednesday -- Lent” February is a busy month in the church year calendar. We finish up the Epiphany season when Jesus calls His disciples and completes His teaching and healing ministry leading to His mountain top Transfiguration experience with the chosen disciples. The 40-day Lenten journey begins with Ash Wednesday. There are a lot of visual cues to the changes taking place, many of which are color related. The paraments will change from green to white to black to purple. Epiphany's message of Christ's revelation to the Gentiles along with the season's traditional emphasis on extending Christ's kingdom through missions, calls for the use of green-the color symbolic of growth. Green is a neutral color, but there is nothing colorless about our need to grow and mature as disciples of Jesus Christ. The Transfiguration of our Lord calls for the use of white, the color of purity and completeness, our light and joy. White also symbolizes the robe of the glorified Christ, how appropriate! Ash Wednesday’s color changes to black. There's no mistaking the message that this sober color gives. Black is the absence of light. Ash Wednesday, calls for sober reflection on the cost of our redemption. Without Christ's sacrifice on the day the sky turned dark and hid the light of the sun, there would be no bright Light of Christ to live in, nor new life in Christ to enjoy. On the First Sunday in Lent, the color changes to purple. Purple, like black, is a penitential color, in contrast to a festive one. It is appropriately used during Lent. The forty days of Lent, including the six Sundays that fall during this season, use this deep, rich color which has come to represent somberness and solemnity, penitence, and prayer. Color will also play an important role in our Lenten Journey this year as we progress through a series called “Rainbows for Lent”. Colors will be used a bit differently in this case. The individual colors of the rainbow will signify the sins that Christ came to wash away, and the new covenant God has made to forgive our sins and bring us to heaven through Christ’s dying and rising. Be sure to come to our Wednesday Lenten Services and participate as we build our Rainbow for Lent. I would like to share a verse from one of our hymns for Transfiguration Sunday. It is verse four and it references a different mountain, taking us from Transfiguration to Good Friday. Take us to that other mountain Where we see You glorified, Where You shouted, “It is finished!” Where for all the world You died. Hear the stunned centurion: “Truly this was God’s own Son!” (Jesus, Take Us to the Mountain by Jaraslov J. Vajda) Come along on the journey from glorified to glorified as we behold our Lord in all His glory.

Spread the Good News about your business... Research has shown that church-going people are some the most loyal consumers when it comes to making a purchase from a fellow member or supporter of their church. You can make Trinity members aware of your business by placing your message in the Trinity newsletter 11 times each year. Each month the newsletter is delivered to the 350 member households and posted on the Trinity Lutheran website where it is viewed by hundreds more. The cost per insert is just $27 for 1-7/8” x 1 inch ad paid in advance with an 11-issue contract The cost per insert is just $49 for 1-7/8” x 2 inch ad paid in advance with an 11-issue contract. Call 252-3670 to get started. 6

Daniel Reineke, Traditional Music Director (320)656-0963 [email protected]

POP DINE TO DONATE ON February 26th from 4pm—8pm At Chipotle on 2nd St.

Trinity Lutheran Church

“Sharing the Caring Christ With All People”

Baby Bottle Boomerang is Back!

Sauk Rapids, MN

Summer 2017 Program Highlight: Trailblazer/Voyageur Night Owl Camp Some children are just made to be night owls. This will be the camp for them as we shift the schedules by 6 hours and they stay up until 3:00 am. Breakfast will be served at noon. Some new, nighttime activities will provide our night owls with some fun and adventure. Ages: Trailblazer 7-11, Voyageur 12-14 Dates and Rates: June 10-15 Rate: $290 with a deposit of $75. Question and Answer: Question: Is this weather hard on the horses? Answer: This question gets asked each year. This cold weather can be a challenge but the horses always have access to good quality hay, protein, and plenty of water.

The Baby Bottle Boomerang is a meaningful way for each of us to participate with the Pregnancy Resource Center (PRC) in their lifegiving mission. Pick up your bottle today and please return it by Sunday, February 18th. Your financial help will minimize replacement expenses for these mothers. Thank you!

Greetings from LIC! Our strange winter continues at Lutheran Island Camp and Christ Serve Ranch. We’ve had one of the coldest winters but have very little snow on the ground, but more than in some other areas of the state. We are looking forward to a pleasant weekend with Confirmands coming in.

Lutheran Island Camp and Retreat Center Lutheran Island Camp Foundation Christ Serve Ministries 45011 230th St, Henning MN 56551 [email protected] www.islandcamp.org 218-583-2905

Severe Weather Alerts Listen to WJON—1240 AM Online at www.wjon.com Or check out our Facebook page and website for the latest announcements regarding cancelled events at Trinity this winter. WESTSIDE LIQUORS Great prices - Great service 7 locations Waite Park, East St. Cloud, Little Falls, Sauk Centre, Albertville. Baxter, Rice

Bob & Linda Feuling www.westsideliquor.com

235 Stearns Drive Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 320 –774-6084

Leann Klimek and Toni Kasella CPA’s 1139 Franklin Ave. NE #3 Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 (320) 774-2035

Kelm & Reuter, P.A.

Duffy Engineering & Associates, Inc. Engineering Civil Structural Mechanical Electrical Land Surveying 350 Hwy 10 South, Suite 101

St. Cloud, MN 56304 320-259-6575

1287 North 2nd Street, Suite101 251-1423 “The Sauk Rapids Law Firm”

111 7th Ave. S. PO Box 40 St. Cloud, MN 56302 (320)252-2841 or (888) 950-2265

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2550 Hwy. 10S. P.O. Box 1103 St. Cloud, MN 56302 Office: (320)252-4781 Cell: 250-1063

320-253-4859 www.mechenergy.com

Sauk Rapids & St. Cloud FUNERALS CREMATION PREPLANNING

www.williamsdingmann.com

Knotty Pine Liquor Store “Old Fashioned Service

Dennis Pursley

114 Second Ave. N. Sauk Rapids Open 8-6 Mon – Fri & 8-4 Sat.

21 Wilson Avenue NE St. Cloud, MN 56304

253-8683

320-252-5055

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Commercial/Industrial RICK MEHRWERTH 320.252.8072 Cell: 320.980.4575 5123 Shadowwood Dr. NE Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 Email: [email protected]

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February 2018 Events at Trinity Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

4 8:00am Worship (HC) Z5 9:15am SS and Bible Study 9:15am New Member Class 10:30am Worship Z1 12:00pm Anyuak Worship

5 6:30pm Preschool Open House

6 (Lcf) 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

7 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS 8:30am Finance Mtg. (Lcf) 5:00pm God's Grub 6:00pm Confirmation Classes 6:00pm Adult Choir (W)

11 8:00am Worship Z2 9:15am Bible Class & SS 9:15am New Member Class 10:30am Worship (HC) Z3 12:00pm Anyuak Worship 4:00pm Creative Crafts

12 6:00pm Bev's CC (CM)

13 6:30pm Celebration Ringers (W) 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

14 ASH WEDNESDAY 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS 4:45-5:45pm Soup Supper 6:00pm Lenten Worship Z4 6:45-7:30pm Confirmation Classes

Church 18 Baby Bottle Return Day 8:00am Worship (HC) Z5 9:15am Bible Class & SS 9:15am New Member Class 10:30am Worship Z1 12:00pm Anyuak Worship

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Presidents Day

Church of the Week 25 8:00am Worship Z3 9:15am Bible Class & SS 9:15am New Member Class 10:30am Worship (HC) Z4 12:00pm Anyuak Worship 4:00pm Creative Crafts Room Reservation Key O=Overflow Room

26 9:30am Parish Workers NL 6:00pm Bev's CC (CM)

W=Worship Space F=Fellowship Hall

Fri 2 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm Narcotics Anon. 9 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm Narcotics Anon.

3 9:00am Altar Guild 6:45pm Traditional Music Rehearsal(W)

15 9:00am Sewing and Crafts (F) 6:00pm Worship Team Rehearsal (W)

16 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm Narcotics Anon.

17 9:00am Altar Guild 6:45pm Traditional Music Rehearsal(W)

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20 6:30pm Celebration Ringers (W) 7:00pm Friends in Harmony

21 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS 4:45-5:45pm Soup Supper 6:00pm Lenten Worship Z2 6:45-7:30pm Confirmation Classes 6:45pm Celebration Ringers

27 6:30pm Celebration Ringers (W) 7:00pm Friends in Harmony

28 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS 4:45-5:45pm Soup Supper 6:00pm Lenten Worship Z5 6:45-7:30pm Confirmation Classes 6:45pm Celebration Ringers

Scl=Small Class Room Lcl=Large Class Room

Thu 1 9:00am Sewing and Crafts (F) 5:30pm ELT Mtg. (Lcl) 6:00pm Worship Team Rehearsal(W) 8 1:00pm LWML (F, K) 5:30pm Lay Ministry Mtg. 6:00pm Worship Team Rehearsal (W) 6:00pm Brownies (Lcl) 6:45pm Leadership Team Mtg (Lcf)

M=Music Room Y=Youth Room

Lcf=Large Conf Room Scf=Small Conf Room

CM=Care Ministry K=Kitchen

22 6:00pm Brownies (Lcl) 7:30pm Benton Co. Jail Bible Study NEWSLETTER DEADLINE

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Sat

10 9:00am Altar Guild 6:45pm Traditional Music Rehearsal(W)

Week 23 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm Narcotics Anon.

24 9:00am Altar Guild 6:45pm Traditional Music Rehearsal(W)

February Birthdays Name Tiffany Aagard Jason Abfalter Stacy Abraham Anieno Agada

Birthdate 2/26 2/14 2/27 2/11 2/20 Elizabeth Anderson Rachelle Anderson 2/13 Brent Behrens 2/10 Lorin Besser 2/5 Ethan Boettcher 2/13 Vivian Borgerding 2/15 Silas Brashear 2/24 Spencer Buerkle 2/12 Connie Bump 2/14 Hannah Cassen 2/22 Marc Cassen 2/24 Cindy Clitty 2/21 Jason Clitty 2/27 Carol Copeland 2/1 Clara Czech 2/26 Donna Esselman 2/19 Haley Evenson 2/25 Jayden Felchle 2/21 Garrett Feuling 2/13 Matt Friedrichs 2/20 Laurie Gerchy 2/20 Becky Haehnel 2/2 Lydia Hinz 2/14 Brayden Jevne 2/24 Connie Kelley 2/28 Russel Keske 2/7 Donald Klug 2/3 Marie Koepp 2/7 Nicole Kulzer 2/24 Wayne Kulzer 2/4 Joyce Lanz 2/27 Meghan Lentz 2/4 Kyle Lindquist 2/28 Jake Machula 2/19 Kaden McLaughlin 2/8

Name Kelly Meierhofer Bridget Miller Danielle Miller Delroy Molitor Tracy Molitor Sydney Morin Holly Nelson Barbara Neske Akim Oman Badyed Oman Adison Peterson Brad Philabaum Dan Ploof Tasha Prow Dan Reberg Morris Reberg Kaitlin Reichel Russell Riehm Samantha Roering Judith Rogosheske Tom Schleicher Aubrey Schlueter Kathy Schlueter Isaac Schumann Emma Schwartz Carla Skaj Carol Sova Jenny Sprengeler Brandon Stafford Walter Stay Lori Stuart Haydn Swenson Emma Voge Sarah Watson James Weide Jeff Zimmer Lynn Zormeier Robert Zwick Rose Zwick

Birthdate 2/14 2/19 2/15 2/21 2/3 2/25 2/19 2/14 2/18 2/25 2/9 2/15 2/26 2/11 2/3 2/3 2/7 2/2 2/23 2/21 2/10 2/9 2/18 2/22 2/3 2/19 2/4 2/26 2/13 2/12 2/21 2/14 2/18 2/15 2/14 2/12 2/3 2/15 2/9

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