Volleyball benefits Tomorrow’s Hope

The Lakeside Lutheran High School volleyball teams and a crew of parent and other volunteers raised $2,966.00 for Tomorrow’s Hope on the evening of their conference match against Columbus High School on October 1. The event, called “Volley for Hope,” raised funds through raffles and concessions as well as a variety of sales: mums, pumpkins, concessions, t-shirts and a bake sale. The night also featured recognition of Lutheran grade school volleyball teams from surrounding communities (see photo gallery).

Tomorrow’s Hope, headquartered in Jefferson, is a non-profit that supports local health care organizations who help those touched by Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-limiting illnesses. They also foster health-related research, education, and support activities.

The 2019 Warrior varsity team, Capitol North Conference champions for the 7th straight year, begins its #2 regionally-seeded journey in the WIAA state tournament when it hosts Clinton High School on Tuesday, October 22 at 7 p.m.

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Members of the Lakeside Lutheran Varsity, JV and JV2 volleyball teams hosted Volley for Hope earlier this month and raised almost $3,000 for Tomorrow’s Hope, a nonprofit that supports local health care organizations. Team members include, L-R: (top row) Lillian Runke, Ella DeNoyer, Sydney Langille, Lily Schuetz, Isabella Collins, Kylee Gnabasik, Kaylee Raymond. (2nd row from top) Zoey Dremler, Hadley Wendorff, Alyssa Reinke, Morgan Mlsna, Katelyn Wagner, Greta Pingel, Lydia Bilitz. (Middle) Grace Plitzuweit, Marissa Duddeck, Kendall Lemke, Jenna Shadoski, Olivia Bartels, Cheyenne Johnson, Karli Johnson, Olivia Krieser. (2nd row from bottom) Nora Statz, Breanna Davis, Carly Paske, Emily Schafer, Hannah Uttech, Emma Schultz, Reyna Rupnow, Grace Korth. (front) Varsity Coach Jenny Krauklis, Natalie Punzel, Madelyn Vanderhoof, Claire Langille, Chloe Berg, Makenzie Sievert, Jordan Genz, Natalie Raymond.  Missing: Payton Kuepers

“Volley for Hope” benefits Tomorrow’s Hope

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Members of the Warrior Varsity, JV and JV2 volleyball teams hosted Volley for Hope on September 25 and raised more than $3,000 for Tomorrow’s Hope, a nonprofit that supports local health care organizations.

The Lakeside Lutheran High School volleyball teams and a crew of parent and other volunteers raised $3,010.50 for Tomorrow’s Hope on the evening of their conference match against Luther Preparatory School on September 25. The event, called “Volley for Hope,” raised funds through a raffle and concessions as well as a variety of sales: mums, t-shirts and a bake sale, run by students from St. Paul, Lake Mills. The night also featured Lutheran grade school volleyball teams from surrounding communities.

Tomorrow’s Hope, headquartered in Jefferson, is a non-profit that supports local health care organizations who help those touched by Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-limiting illnesses. They also foster health-related research, education, and support activities. A gallery of photos from the evening can be viewed and downloaded from llhs.smugmug.com/Sports/Volley-for-Hope-2018

“Volley for Hope” Night benefits Tomorrow’s Hope

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Members of the Lakeside Lutheran Varsity, JV1, and JV2 volleyball teams hosted “Volley for Hope” on October 3 and raised $3,430 for Tomorrow’s Hope, a nonprofit that supports local health care organizations.

 

The Lakeside Lutheran High School volleyball teams and a crew of parent and other volunteers raised $3,430 for Tomorrow’s Hope on the evening of their October 3 conference match against Columbus High School. They called the event “Volley for Hope” and raised funds through a raffle and concessions as well as a variety of sales: mums, t-shirts, hair scrunchies made by LLHS sewing classes, and a bake sale, run by students from St. Paul, Lake Mills.

 Tomorrow’s Hope, headquartered in Jefferson, is a non-profit that supports local health care organizations who help those touched by Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-limiting illnesses. They also foster health-related research, education, and support activities.

 In writing to Volley for Hope volunteers, Barbara Endl, Executive Director for Tomorrow’s Hope commented that these “efforts to help others through our healthcare providers are like pebbles being dropped into the water. You see the immediate impact when the pebble enters the water. What you won’t see is all the ‘shores’ your efforts will touch. Just think of the individuals, families, and communities that will benefit from the support you are giving healthcare systems that benefit our families and friends.”

Volley for Hope results bring smiles

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Lakeside Lutheran Warrior volleyball teams and their families recently organized a “Volley for Hope” night to benefit Tomorrow’s Hope, a non-profit that supports local efforts to help those touched by Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-limiting illnesses, and fosters health-related research, education and support activities. Pictured are several event organizers as they stand behind a check representing the over $3,000 raised during the October 13 volleyball matches held at Lakeside Lutheran (L-R): Kelley Kilian, Dawn Coleman, Nicole Guld, Tomorrow’s Hope Executive Director Barb Endl and Gina Schultz.