The sense of community is important to us in so many ways. Last Friday, our students experienced the community spirit as the whole school participated in the Color Wheel Art activity. It was an exciting, fun, and educational event asthe students learned about mixing colors and painting. The community spirit among our students was very evident as the older students helped the younger students to accomplish the painting task. We need to thank Mrs. Anders and our parent volunteers for a well-organized event.
The Visitation community spirit continued on Saturday with the Sauerkraut making party. parishioners, parents, and students gathered to make barrels of the wonderful, well-known dinner sauerkraut. It is truly amazing what can be accomplished in a few hours with a sense of community. We thank the chairs and volunteers who made the sauerkraut possible. If you have never been to one of the pre-dinner events, I challenge you to come to our next event, sausage making and grounds cleanup, where you will find the ViSitation community spirit
This weekend our community will come together once more to support Jaden and the Krieger family. We become stronger as a community as we lend a helping hand to each other. On Saturday, through dance and meal together, we will become one community with the Krieger family.
Our community, the Visitation catholic Parish and school, daily accomplish great deeds. Have you noticed the new plants in front of the school? Thank you, Dave Heesacker, Larry Landauer, Glen Walter’s Nursery, and all the volunteers that made this possible. Also thank you to Joe Vandecoevering, the Facilities committee, and those who gave financial support for the improvements that are done and those that are yet to come. The Visitation community is blessed by the efforts of many.
May God bless you for all you do!