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On behalf of students, parents and staff, Xavier Crawford, student council president, announces that the new library/computer lab, a schol- arship fund and the annual fund all bear Neubauer’s name.

When Neubauer was ready to return to teaching, her old school had closed. So she took a position teaching reading at St. Paul Lutheran School, also in Chicago. She stayed there until she was called to help start Ashburn’s school in 1967. In addition to reading, Neubauer also worked with a YMCA to teach swimming to Ashburn children from preschool through second grade. She launched the program after a 3-year- old drowned in a backyard swim- ming pool. Ashburn celebrated Neubauer’s

life and career with a birthday lun- cheon at a nearby restaurant. It also served as a fundraiser for the school. After more than 44 years, Neu-

baue r’s face still lights up when she talks of the school and her “wonder- ful kids.”

When the subject of retirement comes up, she says: “The Lord will let me know when the time comes.” And would she do it all again? “You betcha,” she said. 

Travel with other Lutherans departing September 21, 2012

Autumn Leaves Tour Your Lutheran Chaplain: Pastor Ude

14 Days from $1598*

Start in Philadelphia and enjoy a historic city sightseeing tour including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. The following day your scenic tour begins offering spectacular and colorful vistas through Amish Country to Gettysburg where you will see the most important battlefield of the Civil War. Continue traveling north with a stop at the Corning Museum of Glass into Ontario and awe-inspiring Niagara Falls for two nights. Then head back to upstate New York where you will board a cruise through the 1000 Islands, including a guided tour over historic sunken wrecks and narrative of all the highlights. Next, drive through the six- million-acre civilized wilderness of the Adirondack region, with a stop in Lake Placid. Then head into the forest area of New England: The White Mountains, including Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire and Flume Gorge with impressive waterfalls. Then drive along the New England coast to Boston, with a city tour of the major sites; Cape Cod for 2 nights, exploring Chatham and Provincetown with coastal scenery, village shops and art galleries; view the gorgeous Mansions of Newport, Rhode Island; drive along the Atlantic coast through Mystic Seaport and New Haven, Connecticut; and New York City sightseeing all the sights of the “Big Apple.” Stephen Ude is retired as pastor of Zion Lutheran Church in Ogden, Iowa. This is his third trip with YMT Vacations.

*Price per person, based on double occupancy. Airfare is extra.

For details, itinerary, reservations & letter from YMT’s chaplain with his phone number call 7 days a week:

1-800-736-7300 May 2012 31

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