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Splettstoeszers of Mayer to be featured in Monday’s paper

MAYER, MN – With a population of 1,749 at the 2010 census, Mayer is by no means a metropolis – but Loren and Barb Splettstoeszer remember a time when the town was a quarter of the size.

“For a long time, the population on the road sign was 373,” Loren said. “Now, there are developments on every corner of town.”

Look for a story about Loren and Barb Splettstoeszer in the Monday, Nov. 3 edition of the Herald Journal.

Loren and Barb Splettstoeszer

Loren and Barb Splettstoeszer

Mayer Lutheran High School Oct. 30 announcements

MAYER, MN – Lunch – Sesame Chicken & rice. Supervisors – Mr. Aurich & Mr. Bierbaum – please send 2 students 4 minutes before the bell to help serve.

Activities Today – Thursday, October 30, 2014
Jostens will be here during lunch today to take orders for rings for Sophomores. Have your order forms completed along with a check or credit card information included.
10:38 – Leadership Follow-up in Koinonia Groups during regular chapel time. (Use academic period if necessary)
10:30 – Ridgewater College Rep @ MLHS
3-6 – Drivers Ed in room 109
4:00 – Bowling @ Hollywood Sports Complex
5-9 – Musical Practice
5-8:00 – Various Knights Practice

All Football players meet in room 102 today at 2:55.

The Crusader Volleyball team will play New Life Academy of Woodbury at 5:30 PM today, Thursday, Oct. 30. Location is Bloomington Kennedy H.S. 9701 Nicollet Ave. S. Bloomington, MN 55420-4448. Good Luck Crusaders!


The Volleyball Team will be excused after 6th hour.

Pep Band will leave after school today for the VB game.

Missing – 2 white handled stainless steel turners. Please return to Lori in the kitchen. Thanks.

There are a number of students who have misplaced, lost their picture ID cards. If you need a new card, please sign your name in the office with Mrs. Jopp.

Student volunteers are needed for the Celebrate His Harvest event on Saturday, Nov. 1st.
The location is Hazeltine National Golf Club, 1900 Hazeltine Blvd. Chaska
Shifts are:
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM Unload items and set up
5:00 – 7:00 PM Greet and Coat Check (4 students)
9:15 -10:45 PM Help guests carry items out and take down (10 students needed)
Please sign up in the Association Office

Next week we have several college reps coming to visit. Please let Mrs. Kelzer know if you need a pass.

Monday, November 3 @ 10:30 am – Concordia University Chicago (anyone can visit with this rep, especially if you are interested in athletics)
Tuesday, November 4 @ 10:45 am with Bethel
Wednesday, November 5 @ 1:30 pm with NDSU
Thursday, November 6 @ 10:50 am with St. Cloud State

Junior leadership members interested in the topic “Student Led Chapels” will be holding their first meeting on Monday during the academic period in Mr. Loontjer’s room. Please attend if you are interested in this project.

The Blood Drive will be held for MLHS students & Staff on Wednesday, Nov. 5th. Sign up in the lunch line.

Seniors your Jostens orders are due by Nov. 6th. You can turn them into the office or you can do them directly on-line with Jostens. You all need to order a cap and gown.

Sports schedule for Thursday, Oct. 30

Volleyball: Section 4A Championship – LHS vs. New Life Academy at Bloomington Kennedy HS; 5:30 p.m.

Mayer City Council schedules special meeting regarding roundabout

MAYER, MN – Mayer City Administrator Luayn Ruch-Hammond told the city council during its Oct. 27 meeting that the city received correspondence from Joel Landskroener, executive director of Mayer Lutheran High School (MLHS) indicating the board of directors has been discussing the proposed Highway 25 roundabout, and the project may now be out of the school’s price range.

The city started planning for the project at the school’s request, and the cost is to be shared between the city, the school, and the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The city has already spent a significant amount of money on engineering for the project and sending the project out for bids.

The council scheduled a special meeting to discuss the project, and invited representatives from MLHS to attend.

The meeting will take place Monday, Nov. 3 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mayer Community Center.

Mayer Lutheran volleyball team one win away from state

Tuesday evening, the Mayer Lutheran Crusaders volleyball team traveled to Heritage Christian for a Section 4A semifinal showdown.

LHS cruised past second-seeded Heritage, winning in three games by scores of 25-20, 25-15, 25-20.

With Tuesday’s win, the Crusaders advance on to the Section 4A Championship game, and are just one win away from making a trip to the Class 1A state tournament.

The Section 4A Championship match will be played Thursday, Oct. 30 at Bloomington Kennedy High School starting at 5:30 p.m., and will feature LHS facing off with top-seeded New Life Academy.

Sports schedule for Tuesday, Oct. 28

Volleyball: Section 4AA semifinals – LHS at Heritage Christian; 7 p.m.