Immanuel Lutheran High School, College, and Seminary
Eau Claire, WI

DB Monday, 2/24

WORDS FROM OUR LORD FOR TODAY

To him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy – to the only God our Savior be glory, majesty, power and authority, through Jesus Christ our Lord, before all ages, now and forevermore! Amen. – Jude 24

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Today’s Lunch: Chicken Cordon Bleu

Supper: BLT

Tomorrow’s Lunch: Swedish Meatballs

 

TODAY

Weekly Winter Workouts: This week Lydia, Kari, & Suraya get to pick the workout. Meet in AC121 at 3:45 pm.

 

UPCOMING

Tuesday:

  • 3:00 pm Softball meeting

Wednesday:

  • 6:00 pm Bus leaves for Messiah
  • 8:00 pm Ruth’s Retreat
  • 8:00 pm Storm practice

Saturday:

  • 11:00-1:00 Storm practice

Sunday:

  • Storm Tournament in town
  • 12:30-2:00 pm Baseball Open Gym

 

BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

Date

GirlsVar BoysJV/C Boys
Mon, 2/243:00-4:10Boyceville – H

7:15

*Senior Night!*

Boyceville – H

C 4:30, JV 6:00

Tue, 2/25

Lake Holcombe – H

7:00

None3:10-5:10
Wed, 2/263:00-4:004:00-5:00

None

Thur, 2/27

3:00-4:10Blair-Taylor – H

7:15

Blair-Taylor – H

C 4:30, JV 6:00

Fri, 2/28TBD5:30-7:20

5:30-7:20

Sat, 2/29

TBD5:30-7:205:30-7:20
Sun, 3/1NoneNone

 

Random Facts of the Day:

~The blue whale is the largest animal on the planet, weighing up to 150 tons and measuring up to 90 feet long. Naturally, an animal this massive would have an equally massive heart. Roughly the size of a small car, the blue whale’s heart weighs about 1,300 pounds. To move blood through its massive body and huge arteries, it’s heart beats so powerfully, you can hear it from two miles away. You just might miss it, though, as its heart only beats eight to ten times per minute.

 

~Over 25 years ago, a cargo ship traveling from Hong Kong to the United States accidentally lost a shipping crate in the Pacific Ocean. Inside that crate were 28,000 rubber ducks unwittingly about to embark on many long journeys across the globe. As rubber ducks continue to pop up on shores around the world from Australia to Alaska, they’ve enlightened our understanding of ocean currents. Some have made it all the way to the Atlantic Ocean, while others have been found frozen in Arctic ice.

 

 

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