2016-17 Lakeside Lutheran Student Council officers announced

Lakeside Lutheran High School is pleased to announce the full slate of student council and senior student body officers for the 2016-17 school year:

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Senior student body officers were elected last spring and include  (L-R) Treasurer Elliott Butler, Ixonia; Secretary Rehka Drevlow, Lake Mills; President Andrew Fritz, Middleton; Vice-President Mitch Georgi, Sun Prairie.

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Senior class officers and representatives for the 2016-17 school year were also chosen last spring and include (L-R) Representative Dayne Kopfer, Columbus; Representative Eli Gartner, Watertown; Representative Maddie McKenna, Lake Mills; President Lillie Johnstone, Jefferson; Vice-President Derek Gulrud, Marshall.

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Junior class officers and representatives elected last spring for the 2016-17 school year include (L-R) Representative Isaiah Coleman, Watertown; President Devon Perkins, Madison; Representative Emma Hans, Jefferson; Representative Eric Pillard, Oconomowoc; Vice-President Matthias Winters, Watertown.

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Sophomore class officers and representatives elected last spring for the 2016-17 school year include (L-R) President Maggie Cody, Juneau; Representative Brevin Jegerlehner, Sun Prairie; Vice-President, Samantha Anderson, Sun Prairie; Representative Lukas Heckmann, Middleton; Representative Alyssa Fehrman, Juneau.

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Recently elected freshman class officers and representatives for the 2016-17 school year. are ( L-R): Representative Bryce Eckhardt, Watertown; Vice-President Oliver Butler, Ixonia; President Lauren Thiele, Poynette; Representative Ryann Burger, Lake Mills; Representative Josie Asmus, Lake Mills.

Lakeside is collection site for Dreambikes donations

dreambikesLakeside Lutheran will serve as a drop off site for unused bicycles in any condition from Saturday, October 8 to the morning of Monday, October 17. A collection area is established at the northwest corner of the school, available for unassisted drop off by members of area communities.

The collection is held in partnership with a student group from Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, who have partnered with Kapco Metal Stamping Charitable Challenge to help DreamBikes – Milwaukee, a non-profit organization that employs teens from the Girls and Boys Club, giving them a paycheck and real-world business and communication skills. The store not only sells bikes to the community, it also gives bikes to adults and children in need of transportation. Over 200 bikes have been given away already in 2016.

Samantha Huebner, a Lakeside Lutheran 2015 graduate who is part of the college group, shares, “The success stories that have come from DreamBikes is humbling. As our group sees how much of an impact this organization has on these teenagers by giving them an opportunity for a better life, we wanted to give back by holding a bike drive in their name.”

The public is encouraged to bring unused bikes, in any condition, along with spare bike parts or new bike helmets, to the drop off site at the northwest corner of the LL building from October 8-October 17. Individuals can approach the Lakeside Lutheran site most directly via the west end parking lot by entering the Woodland Beach Road driveway and following the signs. Huebner and her group will pick up the bikes on October 17 and deliver them to Dreambikes in Milwaukee.

Dreambikes cannot accept used helmets, tricycles or very small children’s bikes. Lakeside Lutheran is located at 231 Woodland Beach Rd. Lake Mills WI 53551.

Warrior volleyball to host Volley for Hope event

The Lakeside Lutheran High School volleyball teams will host a fundraiser called “Volley for Hope” before and during their home matches on Thursday, October 13. The activities that night benefit Tomorrow’s Hope, a non-profit that supports local health care recipients who help those touched by Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-limiting illnesses.

Sub-varsity volleyball matches v. Columbus High School begin at 5:15 p.m., and the varsity match follows. Organizers are planning a bake sale, T-shirt sales, raffles, Pick-a-Duck, and a silent auction featuring several Packer collectibles, among other items. Proceeds from the concession stand will also in part benefit the cause. Grade school volleyball teams have been invited to join the evening’s events, and the public is warmly encouraged to attend as well.


Packer items, including a signed Eddie Lacy jersey and several signed plaques such this Paul Hornung collectible, are some of the items up for silent auction the night of Volley for Hope, a fundraising event benefiting Tomorrow’s Hope, planned for the evening of Lakeside Lutheran home volleyball matches on October 13.

In addition to direct support for life-limiting illnesses, Tomorrow’s Hope, headquartered in Jefferson, also fosters health-related research, education and support activities. In 19 years, over $3.9 million has been granted within the Jefferson, Dodge and Dane county health care communities. According to Tomorrow’s Hope, every $1 raised creates $1.62 in economic benefit. Donations to support the Lakeside Lutheran effort may be directed to the school office (231 Woodland Beach Rd. Lake Mills 53551) or directly to Tomorrow’s Hope (147 W. Rockwell St. Jefferson, WI 53549). Make check payable to Tomorrow’s Hope. Please reference the team name on the memo/for line of the check or in a note with the check.