Dear Class of 1994 Classmate:
I hope you had a fulfilling summer and were able to have some down time with family and friends. I was able to spend some quality time with some of our classmates this summer, and it was great to reconnect.
Another year of Homecoming has come and gone. I have heard from numerous classmates that attended the rainy, but always fun, weekend. As you may be aware, a new state-of-the-art blue turf football field was installed this summer and is being used for this 2017 football season. If you have not seen the new addition, visit luther.edu to check it out.
The always popular Christmas at Luther weekend is also fast approaching, and the performances will be broadcast on numerous public television stations. Check the Luther website for viewing dates and times.
As always, we encourage you to give a contribution to Luther before the end of year. As indicated on numerous occasions, gifts of any size help give back to the place that gave us all a great educational opportunity and lifelong friends.
A final reminder that we are only two years away from our 25-year reunion. It may seem far off, but plans are already being made to make it a great party. Please watch future letters for some exciting plans about what we are hoping will be the best reunion yet!
Have a great fall and holiday season.
1994 Class Agents:
Kristin (Olson) Eldering
Rachel Bents is director of healthy living at YMCA of the greater Twin Cities. She also serves as a wellness coach for ENJOY.
Carrie (Hamby) Faust of St. Paul, Minn., is a sales director for Collective, which is based in New York.
Tim Knutson of Wauwatosa, Wis., is author of Wistopia: An American Dairy Tale.
Laurie Lower is an accessibility services associate at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass.
Matt Rebro is vice president of business development for HKS, Inc., in Chicago and for Russell in Davenport, Iowa.
Sarah Tobiason is the district director of special education and elementary principal for the Decorah (Iowa) Community School District.
John Vaaler is finance director, forestry, with John Deere in Moline, Ill.