Trinity Lutheran School will hold their annual alumni mixer and fundraising event, “Advance the Potential of Our Students,” on Friday, January 26 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the school gym at 5520 N.E. Killingsworth St.
“It’s always fun and exciting to get together with old friends and acquaintances who appreciate what Trinity School has done for their families, and for others,” said Fred Kramer, a church member who helps with Trinity English classes for Spanish speakers. “We want to make sure that the benefits of a quality Christian education will be available for our current generation, and for generations to come.”
The evening will highlight Trinity’s 127 years of education, its students and the teachers who have been a part of that history. Paul Linnemann, president of Northwest District Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, and Michael Madison of Concordia University Foundation will speak on the importance of a well-rounded education for children. Honor roll teachers will be introduced, Trinity students will perform and guests will be invited to enjoy happy-hour food, drinks and the celebration of a Christ-centered, rigorous, and challenging education at Trinity. Attendees will have the opportunity to help support current and future students at the school, where many graduates have become leaders in their communities and professions.
An RSVP is encouraged for planning purposes. Call 503-288-6403 or visit www.trinityportland.org for more information.