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Public invited to fun family festivities'Let's Celebrate' at WLA next Sunday

4:12 PM, Jan. 17, 2013  |  Comments
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The campus of Winnebago Lutheran Academy will be filled with activity on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., for its annual "Let's Celebrate" festivities.

This annual event is a fun day that celebrates the blessings the Lord continues to shower on WLA. Various choirs, bands, athletic teams and other student groups will be featured. In addition, the day will include performances from area WLA Association grade school groups.

Principal Dave Schroeder remarks, "It amazes me daily how our gracious God continues to bless the WLA family with strong enrollment, a dedicated staff and beautiful facilities that enable us to provide an excellent Christian education for the young people of our association and surrounding communities."

The public is invited to attend the festivities, which will include plenty of music, food, children's activities, pie and ice cream, live auction items, and a silent auction on numerous theme baskets. Come for an hour or stay all afternoon.

"Let's Celebrate" the many blessings the Lord has given to Winnebago Lutheran Academy!

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