June 2019 Newsletter
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June 5, 2019
|Ladies Restroom Renovation||1048.00|
|Vacation Bible School||25.00|
Holy Acts and Rites of the Church
On Palm Sunday, April 14th, Aaron Verdun confirmed his
baptismal vows. Aaron, son of
From our Parish Nurse Pam Norris
Managing Medical Marijuana
Approximately 33 states and the
Even though marijuana is becoming more legal and does possess medical uses, health concerns do exist:
Marijuana affects the brain. The short-term effects include disrupting short-term memory and decision-making abilities. Long-term use raises the risk of developing depression, anxiety and paranoia. Daily marijuana use may also worsen existing symptoms of bipolar disorder among people who already have this mental health condition.
Because marijuana makes the heart beat faster and causes blood pressure to drop, it has the potential to increase the risk of stroke and heart disease.
Marijuana smoke contains many of same substances found in tobacco smoke which can:
harm lung tissue and cause scarring.
lead to a greater risk of bronchitis.
cause respiratory problems such as a daily cough or lung infections with long-term smokers.
Smoking large amounts of marijuana on a regular basis reduces bone density making users more prone to fractures and putting them at a greater risk of osteoporosis later in life.
The long-term use of high-potency cannabis can cause a rare condition called Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS). Users experience severe nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. A concern with CHS is that a person becomes so dehydrated that the kidneys shut down. Hot showers temporarily relieve the symptoms, but the only known treatment is discontinuing marijuana use.
Source: WebMD.com, CDC.gov, and medicalnewstoday.com/printed by permission of Better Health
|May Perfect Attendance|
Perfect Attendance for the Year
The following students had Perfect Attendance or Near Perfect Attendance for this year: Isaac Latzke, Cole Weber, Chase Beitz, Clayton Beitz, Elijah Beitz, Hannah Norris, Nathan Reed
The following students celebrate baptismal birthdays in June and July: Jarret Gooding (6/1), Nathan Reed (6/15), Paige Weber (7/11), Jacob Raber (7/20), and Alexis Gooding (7/27).
Thank you to Danielle Gooding,
Preschool – High School collected $250 this year. Offering is designated for LCMS World Relief and Human Care, Disaster Response. To learn more about LCMS Disaster Response go to: https://www.lcms.org/disaster-response
Pastor and Congregation:
Thank you for being so thoughtful.
Thank you for the use of the church for the graduation party. We’ve had so many important family events there—baptisms, confirmations, birthday celebrations – it was special to have this there as well. This has been an emotional time for my family—it isn’t easy to watch your baby prepare to leave and become a grown up. But I know she has a strong foundation in Christ and lots of people praying for continued success.
We have received this note from our adopted Seminary Student:
First and foremost—We thank you so much for your support in the first half of
our seminary experience in
been assigned to be a vicar at
congregation that I am assigned to has a
Thank you once again for the support. It has been truly helpful and a blessing to us. We will stay in contact!
In Service to Christ, You are truly servants of Christ!
Daniel Golden Bless You All!!
We already have a new adopted Seminary Student for next year.
Gunner Campbell, who is
Our congratulations to Christine [Jolly] Lujano who was among the graduates at University of Illinois this May.