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God Became Flesh
If we were to put together a model of our solar system, with the appropriate sizes and distances to scale, we would start with a ball roughly eight inches in diameter.  A bowling ball will do.  Earth would be the size of a peppercorn, less than a tenth of an inch in diameter.  One inch in this model represents one hundred thousand miles.  If you place the sun here, earth would be twenty-six yards away, representing a distance of ninety-three million miles.  Pluto, if we assume it to be a planet, would be more than a half mile away.  Pluto, by the way, would be the size of a pinhead.  The nearest star would be more than four thousand miles away.  In the grand scheme of things, you and I are not even as significant in this universe as one grain of sand is on the seashore. Our planet is as nothing.  We could disappear, and the stars, sun, planets, and yes, our earth would go on as always.
But the Bible tells us that despite our puny size in this universe, we are important.  God used words to create until it came time for one last creature.  This time there was no “Let there be…”  Moses writes in Genesis: “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness.”  God deliberated.  The three persons of the Trinity put extra thought into this creature.  He started with dust of the ground.  Then God breathed into Adam’s nostrils the breath of life.  Man became a living being.  It wasn’t like the life that other creatures had.  Man had a soul.  Then with one of Adam’s ribs the Lord made Eve.
In the vastness of this created universe, God has chosen us as His special creatures.  You and I are the focus of His attention and His love.  That is the reason for the event we celebrate on December 25th.  The Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.
God assumed our flesh and blood to do what we could not do: pay for sin.  With His body, He suffered for sin in our place.  He also rose from the dead to conquer death for us.  He did this for no other creature.  As huge as this creation is, you and I are His most important and loved creatures.
Pastor Klein





A Day To Be Remembered!
What has been the most IMPORTANT event in your life---a day to be remembered and treasured???  Most of us don’t even remember this day; the day we became a member of God’s Kingdom, THE DAY OF OUR BAPTISM!!
In an effort to help Trinity members reflect and “remember,”  Trinity is honoring the baptismal birthdays of our members.  On the last Sunday of each month, members, young and old, who were baptized during that month can sit together, enjoy a treat and, perhaps, share stories during the fellowship hour.
We do have the dates of baptism for most of our members; but, if we missed yours, please let us know so we don’t miss it again. Any questions and/or dates, please contact the church office:  645-4438.
Arise and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins.  Acts 2:16
Baptism doth also now save us.  I Peter 3:21

December Baptisms

Pat Carlson            Todd Criswell        Angela DeGrio
Becky DeMann        Jim Frederick        Julie Nybakke
Nathan Schmidtke        Mark Vogt            Lee Volkert
David Wett            Steven Wett

After service on Sunday, December 29, there will be a reception in our
Fellowship Hall to celebrate these Baptism Birthdays!
We hope to see you there!!



For there is born to you this day in the city of
David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.
”  Luke 2:11
As we prepare for Christmas, both at Trinity and at home, we know that the greatest gift has already been given to us.  May all the joys and blessings of Christmas be yours, and may God bless you and keep you in the New Year.
By the end of October, Trinity spent $160,600 for Home Fund expenses but received Home Fund contributions of $146,700.  Trinity began 2019 with a Home Fund surplus of $37,975.  By the end of October, the surplus decreased to approximately $24,000.  The surplus is estimated to decrease to approximately $14,000 by the end of the year.  The November Home Fund Budget Status report will be posted in the Fellowship Hall during the first week of December and will be printed in the January newsletter.
Giving to the District and Synod Missions through October was $3,627, giving to the Trinity Special Missions was $3,800, and giving to the Capital Fund was $7,343.  At the end of October, Trinity had approximately $6,000 in Capital Funds.




LCMS Stewardship Ministry  – December 2019
Jesus, in His Sermon on the Mount, is teaching those who follow Him that worrying about the necessities of life is idolatry: worshipping a false god. This is because worry and anxiety show what we care about. Our anxiety reveals what we love and to what we’re devoted. It reveals what we trust in.
This is why our Lord begins this section with an overarching principle: “No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money.”
 But you say: “I must eat and drink. I must have clothing to wear and have a home in which to dwell.” Yes, all these things you need. And Jesus says that your Father in heaven will ensure that you have them. He demonstrates this with a simple argument.
 Your Father in heaven feeds the birds of the air, who neither sow, nor reap, nor gather into barns. He clothes the lilies of the field, who neither toil nor spin but are arrayed more luxuriously than Solomon in all his glory. If, then, your Father in heaven feeds the birds and clothes the lilies, how will He not also feed and clothe you when you are worth more than they are?
 For you know that you are worth more than them. You are worth infinitely more. You are worth the price of the eternal Son of God. Did the Son of God come down from heaven and become a lily? Did he descend and take on the form of a bird? No!
God became man in Christ Jesus. He lived the life we failed to live, and He died the death we deserve because of it. He was raised again on the third day to overcome sin and death … for us. He was crucified for our transgressions and raised for our justification. So, if your Father in heaven has given His Son to die for us in order that we might live with Him eternally, how will He not also give us all things to support this body and life?
Your Father in heaven knows what you need – food and clothing, house and home, etc. – and He promises to give it to you. Chief of the things you need is His grace and mercy in His Son, Jesus Christ. So, seek after that. Those who seek will find. And all the necessities of life, our Lord says, will be added to you.


Church Council Minutes

November 7, 2019

Pastor Klein
Pastor Boehme
Lisa Martinson - DCE
Bobbi Schmidtke – President
Barb Anderson-Treasurer
Kurt Anderson – Stewardship
Barb Greenfield – Missions
John Greenfield - Elder
Becky DeMann – Congregational Secretary
Meeting called to order by Bobbi Schmidtke@ 8:17 p.m.
Opening Prayer by Pastor Klein
Planning for the church calendar was discussed and completed
Minutes from Oct. meeting - Approved
Treasurer’s Report – Approved  
Old Business:
Constitution Committee – continue to review
Budget review meeting will be held right after church in fellowship hall
Agenda for next voters meeting discussed- Synod Constitutional Amendments – new                
constitution and by-laws – transfers in home fund-2020 budget
New Business:
Thrivent Choice dollars requested - for the Christmas Tea - $500 and $250 for Thanksgiving meal and Winter Walk
Pastor’s Report:
Pastor Klein presented Statistics from hits to Trinity web page
Pastor Boehme to attend a LCMS conference Nov. 14-16 for rural and small- town missions.  Pastor will be attending numerous breakout sessions during his 3 days at the conference
Lisa has numerous ideas and plans to engage the junior high youth of our congregation
Board Reports
 the missions have been chosen for 2020 – They are Adopt-a-Student, CAC, Chai ‘v Shalom, Ministry for the Deaf and LAMP
Trustees: none
Discussion over the 2020 budget and the estimate of anticipated income, income is much less then estimated expenses.  This fact will be brought to the attention of the congregation during the budget review meeting on 11/10
 Voter’s Meeting on 11/24 for budget
Education: Planned the year’s activities
Elders: none
Last Wednesday night meal – Nov. 11
Prayer – Luther’s Evening Prayer and Adjournment 9:58 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Rebecca DeMann, Congregational Secretary







God is GREAT!  I am so thankful to serve with this wonderful staff and new faith family.  As I begin ministry here at Trinity there are a lot of ideas running through my brain.  One main idea is to start a monthly gathering of MS youth and a monthly gathering of HS youth at an area restaurant/coffee house.  Focusing on the areas of strengthening faith, service, nurture, fellowship, and physical growth, I am also looking at having a monthly get-together of some sort.  These get-togethers could include Bible study around a specific topic, ringing bells for the Salvation Army, assembling care packages, doing a food collection, skiing, snow tubing, canoeing, cleaning or decorating the church, helping with other church activities (Christmas Walk, Christmas Tea, etc.), bowling, Christian concerts or music festivals and some “destination unknown” activities.
Some of the activities already in the works include:
            December 14 - Ringing Bells for the Salvation Army at Family Fare in Cannon Falls
            January 19 – Souper Bowl of Caring Food/Clothing Collection for CAC
            February 23 – Snow Tubing at Buck Hill
            March 15 – Crazy Bowling (and ‘real’ bowling)
            March 27-28 – Confirmation Retreat at Camp Omega
            April 5 – Easter Games & Easter Egg Hunt
            May 17 – Graduate Recognition
            June 7-10 – Rochester Servant Event
Future larger plans for our youth include annual servant events, ski trips, and attending the tri-annual National LCMS Youth Gathering in Houston, TX held July 9-13, 2022.
Future thoughts beyond the area of ‘youth’ include starting a parent support group and taking a group to Pasadena, CA to volunteer as a Petal Pusher, decorating the floats and watching the Rose Bowl Parade live and helping to get the congregation more actively involved in utilizing the Scrip/Kwik Trip rewards program.
I am excited to be here!  I do pray for our congregation, our youth, and our community as well.  I ask that you would pray for not only those things but also for our staff.
To God be All Glory!
Lisa Martinson, DCE


December 4 – Youth in grades 8-12 are invited to join Lisa Martinson, our new DCE at Culvers in Northfield.  She would like to meet as many students as possible.  If you can come for a short chat anytime between 5-6:30pm, she will buy your supper.  This will help her know what you would like to see for the future of our Trinity Youth Ministry.  Please RSVP (; 715-768-5338).

December 14 - All Youth are invited to join us to Ring Bells for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.  We will leave church at 1:15pm (or you can meet us at Family Fair in Cannon Falls).  We are scheduled to ring from 2-4pm.  After ringing we will walk over to Cannon Belles Coffee & Tea (and Cheese) for a warm beverage.  Sign up by contacting Lisa (; 715-768-5338) or signing up on the bulletin board.

Please come to the Trinity Women and Girls Christmas Tea on Tuesday, December 10th, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.  The theme for this year’s tea is A Medieval Christmas, highlighting Christmas hymns and traditions from the church before the Reformation.  The evening will include refreshments, singing, and a short program.  Women and girls of all ages and their guests are welcome to attend.  RSVP by December 8th by filling out a reservation card in the Fellowship Hall or calling Barb Anderson at 507-581-1642.

Quilts made by Trinity ladies in the last year will be displayed on the pews on Sunday Dec. 8.  Many hanks to all who created quilt tops, tied them together, thread the needles,  hemmed the edges, and donated the fabric.  Your talents are all needed and important and you are a Blessings to others.  The quilts will be much appreciated.  If you know of any persons or places in need of quilts, please let me know.  (Mary 645-7777).  L.W.M.L. Women In Mission

Please come to the First Annual Trinity Men’s Christmas Breakfast on Saturday, December 14th, starting at 8:00 a.m.  The Fellowship Committee will serve breakfast and Pastor Boehme will provide a short program.  All Trinity men are welcome to attend, and are also encouraged to bring guests.  There is no cost for the event.  To RSVP by December 8th, either fill out a card in the Fellowship Hall or call Kurt Anderson at 507-581-1644.

Advent soup suppers and church services will begin on December 4th. The Fellowship Committee members are Darlene Larson, Linda Hutton, Linda DeMann, and Barb Anderson.

The book club has begun meeting again the first Monday of the month at 888 Kildahl Court.
December 2- Saints for all Occasion - J. Courtney O'Sullivan
January 6 - Just Mercy - Bryan Stevenson

Trinity ladies from LWML would like to thank everyone who brought treats and also to those who bought the baked goods for the LWML bake sale on Sunday, November 3.   Thank you for your generosity!  With the $398 that was donated, we gave $200 to Trinity First Lutheran School, and $50 each to Community Action Center, the Wagner Family (Lutheran Bible Translators), the McDermott Family (Missionaries in Africa), and Ruth’s House.  The Lord is amazing!  He always blesses our efforts!  And thank you again for your generosity!

Now is the perfect time to start thinking about all the scrip cards you can use to make your holiday shopping easier!  Whether they are used for purchasing or giving as gifts, scrip cards from Trinity are great ideas and they benefit Trinity by purchasing them.  Trinity gets a percentage back for each card purchased.  We have many cards to choose from, such as Kwik Trip and Holiday, Cub, Target, and Walmart, Kohls, Michaels and Joann Fabrics, Walgreens, Hallmark, Barnes & Noble, and Sears to name several.  If we don’t have on hand what you are looking for, let us know and a specific card can be ordered.  These take about 2 weeks to receive so allow plenty of time.  Stop by the back table in the fellowship hall on Sunday mornings after worship, or come into the office during the week to purchase your scrip cards.

This year, Trinity will have an Operation Joy box to accept your donations.  Operation Joy is a holiday gift program sponsored by the Community Action Center of Northfield.  Through the generosity of hundreds of donors and dedicated volunteers, approximately 850 children from 350 households will receive gifts this year. It takes a whole community working together to make this magical program possible.  They will accept new, unwrapped toys and gifts.  Trinity has a box in the Fellowship Hall where the gifts can be dropped off.  The box will be there until December 8th.  You can also volunteer your time.  Volunteers are needed to help on December 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th with the sorting of gifts, assisting the participants with their gift selections, gift wrapping and room clean-up.  Please call the CAC at 507-664-3550 or visit to sign up.

Thank you for the prayers during my recovery from hip surgery.  Physical Therapy is going well and I am now back to work part time...God is Good!  Thank you Pastor Klein and Pastor Boehme for the visits.  Thanks for all the cards and meals (Bruce was thankful for the meals also!) and for the prayers and kind thoughts.  God’s Blessings to you all!       Lori Young

Lutheran Young Adult Corps
Apply by Dec. 31 for priority placement
It’s time for an adventure as God uses your unique gifts to spread the Gospel. We are looking for LCMS young adults (18–26) who are Christ-focused, motivated, ready to learn, and eager to serve. We have partners across the country that need your skills, experiences, and gifts to help expand their capacity to share the Gospel.
You will grow in a community of faith and service through long-term, full-time service in urban ministry settings. You will be given training, support, and mentorship along the way.
There are two options to serve:
• 10 weeks in the summer
• 10 months as a gap year
Through the Lutheran Young Adult Corps, the LCMS provides a supportive, life-changing program for young people to gain valuable experience while deepening their faith and sharing Jesus through acts of mercy.
For more information, contact Lisa Martinson (

Main Street Living is an LCMS program that features pastors from the WFTC, channel 29/9-2, viewer area. The time for Main Street Living has changed and now airs from 9 - 10 am on Sunday mornings. This new program will be totally funded by viewers and others who want to keep the Gospel available to those who cannot or do not attend worship services on a regular basis.  The first half hour is a reproduction of This is the Life, a Lutheran Hour Ministries program made popular in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. The second half hour is a modified Lutheran worship service, which is produced locally.




Sunday Morning - Every One His Witness, 10:30 AM
                                Sunday School, 10:30 AM  (Sept - May)
Tuesday Evening - Luke, 6:30 PM
1st Wednesday - LWML Bible Study at Parkview West Library Room at NRC,                        
           9:30 AM - Bible Study taken from LWML Quarterly Magazine
2nd Wednesday - LWML Bible Study, 1:30 PM
Wednesday Evening - Bible Study focused on the upcoming Sunday’s Bible
           Readings, 6:30 PM
Der Lutheraner - 2nd & 4th Saturday, 7:30 AM
          Men’s Bible Study/Breakfast - Angels and Demons



Usher schedule 

NOVEMBER 3     Group D
NOVEMBER 10    Group E
NOVEMBER 17    Group F
NOVEMBER 24    Group G
NOVEMBER 27    Group H

DECEMBER 1     Group I
DECEMBER 8     Group A
DECEMBER 15    Group B
DECEMBER 22    Group C
DECEMBER 29    Group D




Group A:                                                      Group F:
Leader –                                                         Leader – Jonathan Ohmann (507)663-0120
       Dave Downhour (507)645-9732                      Allyson & Alyssa Ohmann
       Ray Larson (507)645-4298                              David Nybakke (612)729-6428
       Bob Quam (507)645-8265                                 David Ohmann (507)645-7241
                                                                                        Ken Volkert (507)663-1136    


Group B:                                                        Group G:
Leader – Jim Frederick                                 Leader – Tony Schmidtke (507)663-0017
         Jeff Ciffra (507)645-8599                      
         Jeffrey Ciffra                                         Dale Nelson (507)645-4120
         Jackie Ohmann (507)645-7241            John Pfeiffer (507)645-2648
         Tom Pumper                                          Noah Malecha (507)645-0316

Group C:                                                           Group H:
Leader – Larry Pralle (507)663-0192            Leader – Craig Schuster (507)333-5634
         Kraig Niebuhr (507)645-9392                          Kathy Schuster
         Cliff Roberts (507)645-5588                          Jim Grieser (651)463-8817
         Fred Vivant (952)985-5877                        Dan Scheffler (507)291-0301
                                                                                  Norm Webber (507)301-3794

Group D:                                                                   Group I:
Leader –                                                                Leader – Dan Wett (507)645-4686
       Kurt Anderson (507)581-1644                                   Bryce Skaar (507)645-7872
       Kevin Bakken (507)645-6905                         Bruce Young (507)645-2285
       Brent Casmey (507)645-4760                          Rudy Maurer (507)380-8396

Group E:
Leader – John Greenfield (507)645-7705
       Todd Criswell (507)301-5187
       Jesse Hinz (507)663-0263
       Steve Norstad (612)859-1860

The Mission Board met on Wednesday, November 6th with Barb Greenfield and Pat Carlson present.
We reviewed our budget.  We also looked at what money has come in for our Special Mission projects.  Trinity has been able to give each of our missions $1000 so far.  Thank you for your generous support.
There will be mission coffee available again now that we are in the Fall season.
We chose the missions for 2020.  We chose Chai v’ Shalom; the Community Action Center; the African Ministry to the Deaf (McDermotts); LAMP; and Adopt a Student, where we send money to support a seminary student for a year.  There will be a synopsis of each of these in the newsletter and November Voters Packet.
Once again, Trinity got 20 bears from the Castle Rock bank to dress.  They will be distributed by the bank to needy families in the area.
There will also be a box for Operation Joy this year from the CAC.  Please consider helping.
The Missions of 2019 are listed on the bulletin board in Fellowship Hall.  Updates and newsletters from our missions are on the bulletin board in the hallway by the parking lot entrance.
Board of Missions.

For 2020, the Mission Board has chosen five missions to support through the Special Mission envelope.  Also, occasionally throughout the year, we may ask for one-time gifts for a special project.  The missions we have chosen are:
• Chai v’Shalom - (  Congregation Chai v’Shalom began in 1997 as a store-front office in Dogtown, St. Louis, MO.  Rev. Kevin Parviz, a Jewish believer in Y’shua (Jesus), envisioned a congregation of Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Jesus, worshipping together in much the same fashion as the Church in the 1st century, the worship style patterned after a “second-temple model” of worship.  Our ministry has a two-fold mission.  First, we are to be engaged in intentional outreach to the Jewish community in St. Louis, and through its partner ministries, in every city with a significant Jewish population.  And second, we are to help the Church learn to appreciate the Jewish roots of their faith, to the end that they would also be in ministry to God’s first people, from whom He sent His only Son, Messiah Y’shua, that the world might be reconciled to Him.
• Community Action Center – ( At the Community Action Center (CAC) of Northfield, we are “neighbors helping neighbors.” Our programs – from Creating Homes to Feeding the Hungry – meet the most basic needs of individuals and families who are seeking help.  As a nonprofit organization serving the life-sustaining needs of those in our area, many people rely on the CAC for support as they seek independence.
Our Mission - Our mission is to promote a healthy, caring and just community for all people through resources, advocacy and volunteer effort.
In the past, Trinity has helped with the food shelf, Operation Joy (Christmas Sharing) and Operation Backpack.
• Rev. Ryan and Emily McDermott – (
Rev. Ryan and Emily McDermott serve the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) as career missionaries in West and Central Africa, based in Togo, working in deaf ministry. In this role, Ryan works with partner churches throughout the region to recognize and develop opportunities to reach the deaf with the Gospel. He also identifies and trains leaders, both pastors and laypeople, for working in deaf ministry. As needed, Ryan teaches courses in deaf ministry and theology at The Centre Luthérien d’Etudes Théologiques (CLET), or Lutheran Center for Theological Studies, in Dapaong, Togo.
• Adopt-A-Student – (
Adopt-A-Student is a program of the LCMS seminaries where a congregation can support a seminary student for a year.  The student may be a future pastor, deaconess, or missionary.  The seminary will select a student with financial needs for us.  All of the money sent to the student goes directly to the student for his or her needs.  Over the course of the year, we will get correspondence from the student and may be able to have him or her come to Trinity for a Sunday to meet us.
• LAMP – Once again, Trinity will be supporting LAMP (Lutheran Association of Missionaries and Pilots) through members of our congregation who will travel to Canada for VBS.  Along with our helping with funding, the team members will be collecting supplies for their trip.




 Trinity Communion Assistants

December 2019


December 1    Bobbi Schmidtke

December 8    Kurt Anderson

December 15    Tony Schmidtke

December 22    Bryce Skaar

December 24
(Christmas Eve)    John Pfeiffer

December 29    Barbara Greenfield



NOV 25 – DEC 1    David Nybakke
DEC 2 – DEC 8      Dan Wett
DEC 9 – DEC 15    Jim Frederick
DEC 16 –DEC 22    Dan Scheffler
DEC 23 – DEC 29    Todd Criswell
DEC 30 – JAN 5    Tony Schmidtke
JAN 6 – JAN 12    Brent Casmey
JAN 13 – JAN 19      David Nybakke
JAN 20 – JAN 26    Dan Wett
JAN 27 – FEB 2     Jim Frederick
FEB 3 – FEB 9        Dan Scheffler
FEB 10 – FEB 16    Todd Criswell
FEB 17 – FEB 23    Tony Schmidtke
FEB 24 – MAR 1    Brent Casmey
MAR 2 – MAR 8    David Nybakke
MAR 9 – MAR 15    Dan Wett
MAR 16 – MAR 22    Jim Frederick
MAR 23 – MAR 29    Dan Scheffler
MAR 30 – APR 5    Todd Criswell



  December 2019 Reading List
 December 1                                                                 December 25
The First Sunday in Advent                                      The Nativity of Our Lord
Isaiah 2:1-5                                                                                  Isaiah 52:7-10
Romans 13:8-14                                                                         Hebrews 1:1-12
Matthew 21:1-11                                                                       John 1:1-18

December 8                                                                December 29
The Second Sunday in Advent                        The First Sunday after Christmas
Isaiah 11:1-10                                                                            Isaiah 63:7-14
Romans 15:4-13                                                                        Galatians 4:4-7
Matthew 3:1-12                                                                        Matthew 2:13-23

December 15                                                              December 31
The Third Sunday in Advent                                    New Years’ Eve
Isaiah 35:1-10                                                                            Isaiah 30:8-17
James 5:7-11                                                                              Romans 8:31b-39
Matthew 11:2-15                                                                      Luke 12:35-40

December 22
The Fourth Sunday in Advent
Isaiah 7:10-17
Romans 1:1-7
Matthew 1:18-25





                                    November Volunteer Schedule

WORSHIP ASSISTANTS___USHERS____________________________   
1       Bobbi Schmidtke                         Group I:     Dan Wett, Bryce Skaar,
                                                                                             Bruce Young, Rudy Maurer
8       Kurt Anderson                            Group A:     Dave Downhour, Ray Larson,
                                                                                             Bob Quam
15     Tony Schmidtke                         Group  B:    Jim Frederick, Jeff Ciffra,
                                                                                             Jackie Ohmann, Tom Pumper
22     Bryce Skaar                                 Group C:     Larry Pralle, Kraig Niebuhr,
                                                                                             Cliff Roberts, Fred Vivant
24  John Pfeiffer (Christmas Eve) 

29    Barbara Greenfield                    Group D:     Kurt Anderson, Kevin Bakken,  
                                                                                                   Brent Casmey
ALTAR GUILD                             COUNTERS    ______                                                 
Darlene Larson, Becky Grieser                 Darlene and Ray Larson
Colleen Vivant, Brenda Niebuhr              Susan and Cliff Roberts

 December 1 - Ron and Elda Ann Frauenshuh
December 8 - Larry and Joan Pralle
December 15 - Kurt Anderson, Bryce and Mollie Skaar
December 22 - Bruce and Lori Young
December 29 - June Rado, Darlene Finch


December 1        Olivia Voigt
December 8  Erin Nybakke
December 15  Grace Ohmann
December 22  Eli Hinz/Myleen Maurer
December 24  Erin Nybakke (4:00 pm)
December 24  Olivia Voigt  (6:00 pm)
December 25  Grace Ohmann

December 29  Eli Hinz

November 25 - December 1   David Nybakke
 December 2 - 8   Dan Wett
December 9 - 15  Jim Frederick
December 16 - 22  Dan Scheffler
December 23 - 29  Todd Criswell
December 30 - Jan. 5  Tony Schmidtke








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