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Calvary's Sunday School
welcomes all children Pre-school (age 3) through High School. Our Preschool
and Kindergarten children practice the
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.
The first through 5th
grade work with the Sparks curriculum, and our middle school and high school students
participate in the Journey To Adulthood program.
Please check the bulletin for all Church School
All students and teachers
are dismissed for class at the end of the 10:15am service.
- Tiffany Balsitis and Ruth Ann Pfohl
1st /2nd grade - Patty LeBlanc and
3rd /4th/5th grade
Jennifer Hentrich, Ethel Samela, Lauren Szady
Rite 13 -
Hester Bury and John Horn
- Tom Ceplecha and Karen Newlin
Do you think that 13 is
a lucky number????
Well the J2A class sure does, especially
when a couple of zeros are added. The J2A production of "The Last Pirate of
the Caribbean" grossed $1300 !!!! WOW, giant thank you’s need to go out to
everyone involved in this successful production:
Thank you Ruth Ann Pfohl, your directing expertise was invaluable, you made
everyone look and act their best.
Thank you Lauren Szady, as producer, you took care of ALL the little things
that added up to a wonderful production.
Thank you cast, all your hours of practice and rehearsal really paid off.
Jake Pardue is "The BEST Pirate of the Caribbean and Lombard". Hester Bury
and Don Bradley, you are now officially J2A members!!! Two years of
wonderful performances. Ron Seger and Pauline Smith, who would have known
you two would have made such a great stage couple. I think some hidden
talent has been uncovered. Hannah Dakis and Jordan Castle, another great
stage couple, you guys were so convincing, were you really acting?!? Phoebe
Ceplecha, our quick change artist, you were adorable. I hope this is a
stepping stone to future roles. Grant Adamson, you were a very convincing
military officer, a career path?!? Branden Hentrich and Annie Vitti, another
great couple. Branden, your accents were great, very convincing, Annie you
were perfect. Thank you actors!!!
Thank you to the audience members who stepped up as "reporters". Everyone
made their part special and memorable. Also, thank you to everyone who came
to enjoy the shows. Without your support these productions would never be so
successful. More thank you’s to the production staff, Emily Adamson brought
her experience back stage to make sure the actors always had what they
needed. Mason Ceplecha did a wonderful job creating the decor for the stage
and working behind the scenes. Brian Pfohl and Don Szady built the set in a
day! Rachel Bonarek created posters to advertise the production; Lisa Pardue
got the word out to the community. Special THANK YOU’S to Jennifer Hentrich
and Karen Dakis for the delicious food. They kept the costs way down so the
kids got a large "booty" for their Urban Adventure.
Last but not least, thank you Pastor Emily, your support and encouragement
helped make this production successful. Your prayers helped too, we needed
some Divine intervention.
As you can tell, this production didn't "just happen". There were a lot of
dedicated people doing a lot of different jobs. Every day Calvary shows how
much they are committed to their children.
Now for Church School news....the year is almost over....June 3rd will be
the last day of school!!! We will celebrate with TeachersAppreciation and an
Ice cream social. We are looking for church school teachers for next year,
if anyone is considering this ministry, please let me or Pastor Emily know.
We would love to have you join our team; you will learn a lot more from the
kids than you will ever be able to teach them. Every week is a new
adventure!! Please contact me with any questions.
Sunday School Superintendent