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Parish Planning Council Notes 10/16/2018

October 20, 2018
By Steve Berman
Parish Planning Committee - October 16, 2018
 
Attending: Dann Keiser, Pastor Heckert, Julie Grott, Russ Shoemaker, Jen Sterrett, Starlah Smith, Mindy Schlotman, Chris Rowan, Mike O'Donnell, Heather Brooks, Lynn Beckham, Jerry Ripke, Stephanie Fahler, Steve Berman
 
I. Opening Prayer
a. Pastor Heckert led PPC in prayer
 
II. Approval of September 2018 meeting minutes
a. Russ Shoemaker made a motion to accept the September 2018 meeting minutes and Mike O'Donnell offered a second. The motion carried.
 
III. Unsung Servants - A nomination was made for the volunteer drivers and chaperones who took the students to the Lutherhaven Confirmation Retreat. They were: Matt Wilcox - drove youth and was a male chaperone, Jana Minjarez - female chaperone, and Josh Ford - drove youth there, came back to Lafayette and returned on Sunday to drive youth back. The nominations were approved.
 
IV. New Business
a. Board Items - There were no Board Items
b. Congregation Survey Discussion - Chris Rowan reminded PPC of our three greatest opportunities 1) Vision 2) Sheparding the strays and 3) Communication. He shared that we would want to focus on the Vision first and explained there is an LCMS team to help us. He further explained we could do the pre-work for the Vision now and work with the LCMS team early next year. Chris then indicated there is a program for Sheparding the strays as well but this could start later on in 2019. Chris then started a discussion on Communication, the third area of focus, and the need to streamline communication in general. Thoughts and ideas were shared amongst PPC regarding our website, communication lines within PPC, across the Boards, and the Congregation.  The conversation came to a close with a direction to update Voters on this initiative and to schedule 1-2 workshops to get the Vision pre-work done prior to the LCMS team in early 2019.
 
V. Old Business
a. Mike O'Donnell shared that the restoration work regarding the organ and sound system has fallen behind schedule and indicated the Sanctuary Dedication would need to be moved from November 11th to November 18th. This would allow for the necessary time to fully complete the restoration. There was some discussion on this topic as well as rescheduling the Voters meeting.
 
VI. Financial Report - Starlah Smith
a. Starlah Smith reported on our current cash position, $13,562.11, and explained what are upcoming expenses were that include a $10,000 hourly payroll and $20,000 in health insurance. She then indicated we were short $4,500 in offerings and shared that we need $12,500 to make budget. PPC discussed and determined that this breaks down to about $30/week per member. It was mentioned that we also have a $40,000 salaried payroll by the end of the month. Conversation continued regarding income versus expenses, the status of income such as voucher monies and tuition and formulating a plan to address the offering shortages. The discussion came to a close with a direction of Stephanie Fahler to speak to the congregation on Sunday regarding our financial needs. 
 
VII. Board of Stewardship - Stephanie Fahler, Cara Wetzel (absent)
a. Stephanie Fahler had a couple of items to report. First she spoke about the importance of a giving first philosophy and second she shared that we are still on for the Restoration Celebration scheduled for November 17th.
 
VIII. Pastor's Report - Pastor Heckert, Pastor French (absent)
a. Pastor Heckert reported that he has contacted the Elders about helping with Nursing Home visitations due to his present Preaching schedule. He then shared that the Indiana District LCMS Pastors Conference is coming up on November 5-6, 2018.
 
IX. Board of Elders - Mike O'Donnell
a. No report from the Board of Elders
 
X. Principal's Report - Jake Rogers (absent)
Jake Roger's written report was shared with PPC. Following are the details:
a. Enrollment: Total School House = 236 students 146 (Kdg-8) + 90 (In, Td, Pre-School & Pre-K) [Harmony Reporting]. 2018-2019 School Choice Scholarship: $224,128.81 ('17-'18 = $211,377.93) ('16-'17=$190,435.50) ('15-'16=$213,103)
b. Happenings at St. James Lutheran School
  • Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers during the time that I was on medical leave. While I'm not quite at 100% yet, I'm getting better a little bit each day and hope to be back to my normal self soon
  • School Choice Scholarship/Voucher forms have all been submitted to the IDOE. Scholarship totals $224,128.80
  • Lutheran Scholarship Granting Organization (SGO) applications have been submitted. SGO funded requests totals $21,702.50
  • Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for October 24 & 25, 3:20-8:00p.m.
  • Teaching Staff (PS2-8th) will attend the Indiana Non-Public Educators Association (INPEA) Conference in Indianapolis October 29-30. There is no school these two days
  • St. James Lutheran School received notification TODAY that our application to the Federal Government SEVIS program to enroll international students has been APPROVED. School Board and I will start discussions soon on the details. Enrollment could start as early as January
c. St. James Lutheran School Calendar 2018-2019
  • 10/24-25 Parent/Teacher Conferences, 3:20-8:00p.m.
  • 10/29-30 INPEA Conferences, NO School
XI. Board of Christian Education - Heather Brooks, Lynn Beckham
a. Lynn and Heather reported that the Board is reviewing any expenses that are exceeding budget by 10%, delinquent tuition and hot lunch accounts. Also working on auction priorities, dutch auction and a new website. 
 
XII. Board of Youth - Karrie Tarter (absent)
a. Dann Keiser gave an update on activities led by the Youth Director, Lynn Keiser:
  • Thursday, October 11 7-8pm National Youth Gathering meeting (High School) - If you are currently in grades 9-12 and are interested in going to National Youth Gathering this next summer, come with a parent and let's get planning! If you can't come but are still interested, let Mrs. Keiser know via email
  • Friday, October 12 9:30ish for high schoolers, 9:30p-11:00p (High School) -What is this?? Come to the SJ Gym after your evening activities or make this your evening activity. You can bring a friend or 2 or 3.....for eats and good times
  • Sunday, October 14
    • Church Fall Workday, 12-4p (Junior High/High School) - Join the congregation in sprucing up the grounds. Light lunch after the late service and then it's outside to plant, weed, etc. Dress for the weather. Wear gloves
    • Bunton Bonfire, 4:30-7:30p (Junior High/High School) - gather at the Bunton home after the fall worktime to eat hot dogs and play games. Dress for the weather and bring a side dish or chips or drink to share. So that we have enough doggies, let Mrs. Keiser know if you're a comin'
  • Sunday, October 21 St. James Trunk or Treat trunk (High School) OK, we need some creativity here. Who can come with a trunk idea and decorate for the kids of the community? We can have more than one trunk. Get together with others and let Mrs. Keiser know who has an idea and what you want to do
  • Tuesday, October 30 Pumpkin Carving Contest, 6:30-8p (Junior High/High School) - This is a family affair - come one, come all, let's see who's the best gourd guru! We will have prizes for the scariest, the funniest, the prettiest, the most creative, and the best Gospel-sharin' pumpkin. The pumpkins will be supplied with spoons and knives but you can bring your pumpkin carving tools from home. All ages welcome. Held in the cafeteria. RSVP to lkeiser@stjameslaf.org so we can have enough pumpkins!
  • Saturday, November 3 St. James Craft Fair (Junior High/High School) - This is a long time St. James tradition that this year is being organized by the 8th grade as a fundraiser for their DC trip so come and support them
  • Saturday, November 10 IHOP at 7 - 7-8am (High School) - Yep, you read correctly - hop out of bed you sleepy heads - come in your PJs if you want but let's start the day together at IHOP!
  • Sunday, November 11 Church Renovation Celebration (Junior High/High School) - Join the congregation as we worship God in the newly renovated sanctuary. See bulletins and website for information
  • Friday, November 16, 9:30ish, 9:30-11:00p (High School) - Our second go around! Come to the gym and join in on the fun!
  • Saturday, November 17 Stewardship Celebration (Junior High/High School) - Join the congregation in a fun time - see bulletins and website for information
  • Sunday, November 18 International Thanksgiving Dinner, 5-8p (Junior High/High School) - Annually our congregation reaches out to our international visitors to come and experience an American Thanksgiving meal. Come be a part of meeting others from a different land and culture and share the Gospel as you do. Look for details on how you can help. 
  • Sunday, December 2 Christmas Time at the O'Connor's, 5-7p (High School) - Ruth O'Connor will host a meal and we will have a white elephant gift exchange to start out the Christmas season. Look for details upcoming
  • Sunday, December 9 or 16 Caroling (Junior High/High School) - This is in conjunction with the Board of Evangelism. We will carol for St. James shut-ins and at area nursing homes. Look for the exact date and details
  • Christmas Break Pokagon State Park Tobogganing!! (Junior High/High School) - We will leave in the early AM, drive the 3 hours to the park, go tobogganing, eat at the Inn and drive back! Look for details as we get near the time!
XIII. Board of Parish Education - Becky Rowan (absent)
a. Chris Rowan reported for the Board of Parish Education. Chris indicated that we had 20 trunks for the Trunk or Treat event this Sunday. He then explained that some money was gifted and we bought a gas grill. The Luke's donated 1000 hot dogs and buns and there will be a free will donation for the food. There will also be a bounce house and Pastor French will work a table sharing the Gospel and providing information about the Church. Anticipated headcount is over 500 people. On another topic Chris reported that we are still looking for Sunday School teachers.
 
XIV. Board of Human Resources - Mark Bunton (absent)
a. No report
 
XV. Board of Evangelism - Jerry Ripke
a. Jerry reported on several topics. First he indicated that a big push for the name tag initiative is being delayed due to the restoration work. He then shared that the Board of Evangelism is helping with the Trunk or Treat event to include counting people. Jerry explained that Caroling is to take place on December 9th and if the weather is poor it would be rescheduled for December 16th. Next, Jerry reported that the International Thanksgiving is coming up. There was some discussion about changing the date of November 18th.  Lastly, Jerry spoke about the Lutheran Hour Ministries and the dates to remember were - February 9-10, 2019.
 
XVI. Board of Church Properties - Russ Shoemaker
Russ Shoemaker shared the following from his report:
 
Sanctuary Interior Restoration
a. Progress to date
  • "Church Interiors painters" completed touch work in Sanctuary Friday 10-12
    • Punch list items addressed
  • Punch list items addressed
    • Touched up walls/ceiling
    • Clean wood beams
    • Stain large columns under balcony
    • Removed plastic from Alter and Balcony
    • Touched up walls around window sills
  • Mitchell Carpentry - Started framing for Wainscot
    • Completed install of wainscot, Alter/Baptismal oak stair tread/risers(to stain wainscot 10-29 & 10-30)
  • Flora Electrical
    • Started replacing 6 of 8 chandeliers lights
    • Started installing new light fixtures and LED lights throughout Sanctuary
      • Four flood light fixtures still need installed to complete
    • Balcony electrical outlets still need replaced
    • New outlets cut in on Wainscot and still need finished out after stain work completed
  • Flooring Contractors-
    • Sanctuary oak flooring on Alter and Baptismal areas completed 10-16
      • Sanctuary main floor refinished started Monday 10-15
      • Oak floors to be stained by end of day Friday
    • Flooring Contractors laid vinyl plank floor in Sacristy, Balcony flooring to start Thursday 10-25
    • Narthex and Welcome Center carpet tile to be laid week of 10-29
    • Registers reconditioned 11-3 & 11-4
    • Sanctuary Carpeting will start week of 11-5
  • Pew manufacturer to start install of pews Wednesday, 10-31
  • Congregation to reinstall duct work along East/West/South walls of Sanctuary
    • Complete weekend of 11-3
  • Speaker contractor, "Mitchell Design Group", to complete install of new sound system 11-9
  • Organ tuning manufacturer to tune organ week of 11-12
b. Fellowship Hall/Sanctuary Ceiling leaking (Women's restroom and east entry to sanctuary)
  • Terry Raber "roofing contractor" called and made repairs
  • Mason "Greg Depew" contracted to patch up cap stones over Fellowship Hall windows to stop leaks
c. Parish Center - Leaks in Red and Green Pre-School rooms in Parish Center after heavy rains last week. Church Properties checking out
 
XVII. President's Report - Dann Keiser
a. Dann Keiser shared that reports should be done by November 11th for the November 18th Voters meeting
 
XVIII. Motion to Adjourn/Closing Prayer
a. Starlah Smith made a motion to adjourn and Jen Sterrett offered a second. The motion carried. Pastor Heckert closed the meeting with prayer.
 
Respectfully submitted by Steve Berman
 
 
 

 

Parish Planning Council Notes 09/18/2018

September 23, 2018
By Steve Berman
Parish PlanningCommittee - September 18, 2018
 
Attending: Dann Keiser, Pastor French, Julie Grott, Russ Shoemaker, Jen Sterrett, Chris Rowan, Mike O'Donnell, Heather Brooks, Lynn Beckham, Karrie Tarter, Jerry Ripke, Stephanie Fahler, Cara Wetzel, Steve Berman
 
I. Opening Prayer
a.Pastor French led PPC in prayer
 
II. Approval of August 2018 meeting minutes - Under Unsung Servants, PPC went through the proposed names and identified those that should remain and those that should be removed regarding the unsung servants that helped out with the playground work and moving mulch. Mike O'Donnell made a motion to approve the August 2018 meeting minutes as amended and Pastor French seconded. The motion carried.
 
III. Unsung Servants - Chris Rowan and Wayne Luke were nominated for their work on prepping the balcony for the new sound system. Libby Plassard was nominated for initiating the effort to have St. James volunteers fund the coffee and doughnuts/snacks during Fellowship time and Sunday school. The nominations were approved.
 
IV. New Business
a. Board Items - No Board Items were reported
b. Survey Results
Chris Rowan shared the results of the survey in the form of a congregation self-assessment report and some quick guides on how to address opportunities. Chris explained that overall the survey results described that St. James is well established and is capable of moving forward with a plan. He pointed out that our greatest opportunities were:
 
  • Vision or Vision communication
  • How well groups within St. James work together
  • Plan and/or execution of plan around inactives
There was discussion regarding the results and some questions and answers amongst PPC. The discussion turned to next steps to include developing a plan of action and/or the necessity of a workshop or workshops. There was agreement to set a meeting date to further explore and establish direction. The meeting was scheduled for October 1st, 2018 at 6:00p.m.
 
V. Old Business - There was no Old Business
 
VI. Financial Report - Starlah Smith (absent)
a. Jen Sterrett shared the Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss by Class and Budget performance reports. She reported that we were in a good position regarding income vs expenses. Jen pointed out and explained any gaps and/or skewed numbers. She explained all bills were current and we were close in offerings.  
 
VII. Pastor's Report - Pastor French, Pastor Heckert (absent)
a. Pastor French began his report by sharing that the new member class was going well. Continuing with his report, he shared that the Sr. Adult Fest was cancelled. Pastor French then spoke about the National Convention and proceeded to make a motion that Mike O'Donnell be formally approved to serve as the St. James Synodical Convention Lay Delegate. Stephanie Fahler offer a second and the motion carried. Lastly, he indicated that Pastor Heckert would be back on Sunday.
 
VIII. Board of Elders - Mike O'Donnell
a. Mike O'Donnell shared that Worship and Communion in the cafeteria is continuing to go well. Continuing with his report Mike shared that the Sanctuary dedication for St. James is scheduled for November 11th with Pastor May. November 17th is the dedication for the community. Next, Mike reported that care calling has begun to reach inactives and that he hopes to expand the Boards partnership with Evangelism. Lastly, Mike shared a few comments regarding the District Synodical Convention.
 
IX. Principals Report - Jake Rogers (absent)
a. No report
 
X. Board of Christian Education - Heather Brooks and Lynn Beckham
a. Lynn Beckham reported that the Board is focused on budget planning. She explained the Board is reviewing the budget quarterly to address any gaps and commented on the addition of a scholarship budget line. Lynn then made a few comments regarding awareness of classroom differentiation and spoke about goal setting in general for this year. Lastly, Lynn indicated that ISTEP data would be released when it is available.
 
XI. Board of Youth - Karrie Tarter
Karrie Tarter shared and made comments from her Board Report:
a. Mission
  • Time in the Word (Faith Builders, church/Sunday school
  • Service to St. James and Lafayette Community (Service opportunities)
  • Fellowship in a Christian environment (Fun times)
b. High School Youth
  • Leadership - Lynn Keiser has accepted the Youth Director position. Private donor is aware and endorses Lynn
  • Youth room - Foundation met and questions renting upper room to dance studio for office space. Stove/oven was purchased from Youth budget. Possible option in a ground level space that would require renovation
  • National Youth Gathering 2019, Minneapolis, MN - call out meeting was 4/15/2018 and 10-12 youth interested in attending the gathering. Possible travel with Grace Lutheran Lafayette but they want to maintain separate "church family" groups at the gathering. Their DCE Brian Pike said the adult leaders need to meet and discuss what they want a joint effort with St. James to look like
  • NYG leadership, 2-6 youth = 2-4 adults, 7-13 youth = 3-5 adults, Keisers have interest in leading with 2 of their adult children, 2 female and 2 male adult chaperones
  • NYG Fundraising - Lynn has a list of ideas she will be emailing to Board of Youth
  • High School girls having own Sunday bible study on Genesis - Lynn is going to join when available. She would also like to review books purchased. "Life's Big Questions, God's Big Answers"
  • Lynn sketched out an annual calendar including service opportunities at Church and in the community and social events. Board went through ideas and they are to be emailed to the Board
c. Junior High Youth
  • Indiana District youth retreat at Camp Lutherhaven 9/15-16/2018. Eleven youth attending and 2 adult chaperones paid their own way. Travel became an issue and a 3rd parent who was not attending the retreat had to drive both ways
d. Budget
  • National Youth Gathering Designated Funds $5098.21 (this is fundraised money by the youth)
    • Karrie spoke about the availability of the monies and how much is needed
2018-2019 Board of Youth Ministry Budget
Youth Ministry program expenses - $4500
NYG adult leaders expenses (3-4): registration, hotel, travel - $1765
(NEW)Youth Director stipend position - $5000 (member donation)
Total from church budget - $6265
 
e. Other
  • Karrie shared the Youth Director Job Description with PPC and made a few comments
XII. Board of Parish Education - Becky Rowan (absent)
a. Chris Rowan commented on the following topics on behalf of Becky:
  • Need volunteers for Trunk or Treat
  • All Sunday School teachers have been commisioned
  • Pastor Heckert's new class on Luther
XIII. Board of Human Resources - Mark Bunton (absent)
a. No report
 
XIV. Board of Evangelism - Jerry Ripke
a. Jerry Ripke commented on the following topics:
  • The need for Help brochures and the variety of topics they cover
  • The idea of a neighborhood meal
  • Looking at ways to integrate into the community
  • Encouragement cards - If someone is not at Church can send a card explaining they are missed
  • International Thanksgiving planning is underway

b. There was a brief discussion on project planning in general

XV. Board of Church Properties - Russ Shoemaker
Russ Shoemaker shared the following from his report:
 
a. Sanctuary Interior Restoration status
  • Progress to date
    • Finish painters completed work on Sanctuary Sunday 9/16
      • Punch list items need addressed
      • Church interiors, Joel Skinner, did walk through of items needing corrected
    • Wall/ceiling painters return week of 10-1-2018
      • Clean wood beams and touch up walls
      • Stain large columns under balcony & stain Alter furniture to match Pulpit
      • Work to be completed by 10-10-2018
  • Mitchell Carpentry - Start framing for Wainscot
    • Carpenter installed nailer strips for plywood backers for panels
    • New window sills installed
    • Start date to install plywood backers and wainscot panels is 9-19-2018
    • Complete install of wainscot, Alter/Baptismal oak stair tread/risers and alter trim by 10-10-2018
  • Flora Electrical - waiting on final lighting package to arrive week of 9-17-2018
    • Complete chandelier lights and light switch controls
    • Install new light fixtures and LED lights throughout Sanctuary
    • Replace all outlets on Balcony of Sanctuary
    • Complete electrical work by 10-15-2018
  • Flooring Contractor to start laying floors in Sacristy, Welcome Center, Narthex and Balcony starting week of 10-1-2018
    • Sanctuary carpeting will not start until middle of week of 10-29-2018
      • Alter floor where Communion rail is located and carpet runners down main isle and (2) outside isles
    • Flooring Contractor to finish work by 11-2-2018
  • Pew manufacturer to deliver pews 10-29-2018
    • Pews to be installed by mid-week
  • Congregation to reinstall duct work along East/West walls of Sanctuary
    • Complete by 11-2-2018
  • Speaker contractor, Mitchell Design Group, to complete install of new speaker system week of 11-5-2018
b. Summer work list status
  • Old School - Boys/Girls restroom partition install - completed
  • Parish Ctr. - Lower Boys/Girls restroom partition - completed
  • Parish Ctr. - Install "Grease Trap" kitchen area - completed
  • Parish Ctr. - Install roof exhaust fan (4) restrooms - completed
  • Parish Ctr. - Install "LG" HVAC Rm. 102-104 - completed
  • Sanctuary - Demo/Install "LG" HVAC Balcony - completed
    • Need to install line set covers
  • Playground area - Fencing to secure playground - completed
  • 8th Street - Replace handrail Gym/Old School steps - completed
c. Fellowship Hall/Sanctuary Ceiling leaking (Women's restroom and east entry to Sanctuary)
  • Terry Raber "roofing contractor" called and has checked out will repair sometime this week
d. Other
  • Resealing the shingles - not completed - wait until next Spring
  • Planning a Fall work day in October and another day later to pick up leaves - will communicate in the bulletin
  • Brief discussion on signs for video surveillance
  • Russ thanked Chris Rowan for his help in wiring
XVI. Board of Stewardship - Stephanie Fahler and Cara Wetzel
a. Stephanie Fahler reported that Jenny Rodenberg was joining the Board of Stewardship. Stephanie continued with her report and shared that planning for the restoration celebration on November 17th was going well and that she plans on getting together with Russ to work out logistics. After Stephanie's report, PPC wished Stephanie and Heather Brooks a Happy Birthday!
 
XVII. Presidents Report - Dann Keiser
a. No report
 
XVIII. Motion to Adjourn/Closing Prayer
a. Pastor French made a motion to adjourn, Mike O'Donnell seconded and the motion passed. Pastor French and PPC closed the meeting with the Doxology.
 
Respectfully submitted by Steve Berman

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Parish Planning Council Notes 08/21/2018

September 03, 2018
By Steve Berman
Parish Planning Committee - August 21, 2018
 
Attending: Dann Keiser, Pastor French, Pastor Heckert, Starlah Smith, Jerry Ripke, Jake Rogers, Heather Brooks, Lynn Beckham, Karrie Tarter, Mike O'Donnell, Chris Rowan, Russ Shoemaker, Steve Berman
 
I. Opening Prayer
a. Pastor French led PPC in prayer
 
II. Approval of July 2018 meeting minutes - An error was identified under section X Board of Christian Education and the correction was noted. Pastor French made a motion to approve the July 2018 meeting minutes as amended and Mike O'Donnell seconded. The motion carried.
 
III. Unsung Servants - The following was nominated for helping St. James to include playground restoration work and moving mulch: Ron Adams, Fred Akers, Larry Akers, Mike Arden, Harold Bechner, Jim Bechner, Mike Bennett, Brad Bishop, Sara Bishop, David Bryan, Tasha Bryan, Donnie Fahler, Kyle Kurtz, Wyatt Kurtz, Kyle Myers, Josh Philyaw and Professor Joe's for donating pizza to feed the crew. The nominations were approved.
 
IV. New Business
a. Board items - There were no Board items
b. Planning Meeting Continuation - Chris Rowan reported that we are in the middle of the RE: vitality survey to run through September 2nd. There was some discussion regarding the eligibility requirements of who can take the survey. No action was taken.
 
V. Old Business - There was no Old Business
 
VI. Financial Report - Starlah Smith
a. Starlah Smith referred to the Profit and Loss Statement and gave some background on the Special Gifts Income Lines. She then went through the income and expenses and explained that we anticipate ending the month with a positive balance of approximately $8,000. Lastly, Starlah reported that our offerings are about $3,400 short per week. There was some discussion about the numbers and communicating results and opportunities.
 
VII. Pastor's Report
a. Pastor French reported that the restoration is going well and reported on some upcoming activities - September 9th - Installation Sunday for Sunday School Teachers and Adult Information/New Member class begins
b. Pastor Heckert shared that he would be on vacation from September 13th - September 22nd to celebrate with his parents in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary
 
VIII. Board of Elders - Mike O'Donnell
a. Mike O'Donnell shared that Worship and Holy Communion in the cafeteria is going well. Mike commented that Service is full and there is a positive mood. There was some discussion about inviting the congregation to remain for fellowship particularly after the 8:00a.m. Service.
 
IX. Principals Report - Jake Rogers
a. Enrollment: Total School House = 240 students 146 (Kdg-8) + 94 (In, Td, Pre-School & Pre-K) [Harmony Reporting]. 2018-2019 School Choice Scholarship: $209,170.60 (to date) ('17-'18 = $211,377.93) ('16-'17=$190,435.50) ('15-'16=$213,103)
 
b. Happenings at St. James Lutheran School
  • Teaching Staff
    • Preschool 2=Cassie McQuinn, Jessica Beck (aide)
    • Preschool 2=Lindsey Eggold, Mandy Sattgast (aide)
    • Preschool 3=Rebecca Ziegler, Abby Zumbuhl
    • Preschool 3=Chrissy Ford, Ellen Clark (aide)
    • Pre-Kindergarten=Jenny Caylor, Morgan Kurtz
    • Kindergarten=Melissa Trautmann
    • 1st Grade=Lydia Roland
    • 2nd Grade=Brenda Arden
    • Kdg.-2nd Aide=Kourtney Jeffries
    • 3rd Grade=Cara Hamilton
    • 4th Grade=Kris Ripke
    • 5th Grade=Amy Dombkowski
    • 6th Grade=Donna Rider
    • 7th Grade=Lynn Keiser
    • 8th Grade=Jenna Farrington
    • Music=Amanda Goodspeed
    • Religion=Pastor French, Pastor Heckert
    • Art=Joan Tietz
    • Title 1/Resource=Carol Huth
    • Athletic Director=Hannah Heckert, Asst. Ath. Dir.=Jenna Farrington
    • School Secretary=Ashley Northington
    • Admissions Director/Early Childhood Director=Julie Grott
    • Principal=Jake Rogers
  • Projects are complete
    • We want to thank the donors and contributions of the Century of Faith campaign, the St. James Auction, and St. James Lutheran Congregation for your support and contributions to our program and our school! We grow together because we work together as members of the body of Christ! God is good, all the time....and all the time, God is good!
    • Special Thank You to our Board of Church Properties and our Custodial crew for all of our projects and cleaning this summer!
  • What's new this year?
    • Math supplement (IXL), Music Curriculum (Quaver Music), Social Studies Curriculum (gr. 6-8)
    • New Renovated Restrooms (Old & New Buildings)
    • SRPx-Safety Procedures (iloveuguys.org)
      • Volunteer/Parent Badges-Check-in Door 1&6
      • Staff Badged
  • St. James Lutheran School Calendar 2018-2019
    • 9/3 - Labor Day, No School
    • 9/5 - PTL Family Fun Night, 6-7:30p
    • 9/7-8 - SJS Volleyball Tournament
    • 9/13 - Fall Pictures
    • 9/14-15 - Our Shepard JV VB Tournament
    • 9/21-22 - Calvary Soccer Tournament
    • 9/22-23 - Trinity, Indy Varsity Volleyball Tournament
    • 9/29 - PTL Carnival
X. Board of Christian Education - Heather Brooks, Lynn Beckham
a. Lynn Beckham shared Board updates and/or recaps of topics to include staffing, the playground fencing project and auction results. Lynn reported the Board has been exploring ideas for next year's dutch auction
 
XI. Board of Youth - Karrie Tarter
Karrie Tarter shared her Board report:
a. Mission
  • Time in the Word
  • Service to St. James and Lafayette Community
  • Fellowship in a Christian environment

b. High School Youth

  • Leadership - Board is pursuing the possibility of a Youth Director position versus DCE position. Funding removed from 2018-2019 budget prior to April 2018 Voters Meeting. Ruth O'Connor donating $5,000 annually for Youth Director Stipend position (similar to AD position). Meeting with Grace and St. James leadership 8/7/2018. See position description if agreement to utilize Grace's DCE. Grace offered only 8-10 hours monthly for 1/4 stipend amount. Youth Board does not feel this meets our needs and Lynn Keiser has expressed interest, prayerfully considered and accepted the role of Youth Leader
  • Youth room - Foundation met and questions renting upper room to dance studio for office space. Stove/oven was purchased from Youth budget. Possible option in a ground level space that would require renovation
  • National Youth Gathering 2019, Minneapolis, MN - call out meeting was 4/15/2018 and 10-12 youth interested in attending the gathering. Possible travel with Grace Lutheran Lafayette but they want to maintain separate "church family" groups at the gathering. Their DCE Brian Pike said the adult leaders need to meet and discuss what they want a joint effort with St. James to look like
  • NYG Fundraising
c. Junior High Youth
  • Indiana District youth at Camp Lutherhaven 9/15-16/2018. Will need adult leaders to attend
d. Budget
  • Budget discussed at April meeting with Dann Keiser. Submitted costs and Youth Director position in budget request. Proposed budget for 2018-2019 submitted as below
  • Request for church financial support for NYG - historically cost per youth was 1/3 family, 1/3 church/youth budget, 1/3 fundraising was removed from 2018-19 budget
  • Final budget includes smaller amount for youth program expenses, zero for NYG and zero for youth leadership position
  • National Youth Gathering Designated Funds $5013 (This is fundraised money by the youth)
2018-2019 Board of Youth Ministry Proposed Budget
Youth Ministry program expenses - $5,000
NYG-adult leaders expenses (3-4): registration, hotel, travel - $4,200 - $5,600
(NEW) Youth Director stipend position (comparable to AD) - $5,000
Total - $14,200 - $15,600
 
XII. Board of Parish Education - Becky Rowan (absent)
a. Chris Rowan shared several items on behalf of Becky:
  • Trunk or Treat - October 21st from 3:00p.m. - 5:00p.m. The event is on Facebook and 330 have indicated a desire to attend
  • Ice Cream Social to kick off Sunday School - September 9th
  • Nonmembers have been saying they want to attend Sunday School
  • Need two more teachers for Sunday School
XIII. Board of Human Resources - Mark Bunton (absent)
a. No report
 
XIV. Board of Evangelism - Jerry Ripke
a. Jerry highlighted the following topics from his report:
  • Visitor Committee meets at 3:00p.m. on Fridays
  • Greeters to be more visible - during Pastor's classes? during the activities on September 9th?
  • Reminder to PPC to wear their Name Tags
  • Sending cards to the sick
  • Ideas to consider
    • Open Gym to the community - there was discussion regarding logistics and risks. No action was taken
    • How we can aid Alcoholics Anonymous efforts
XV. Board of Church Properties - Russ Shoemaker
Russ Shoemaker shared a project status report:
a. New Church Pews - funded by Century of Faith Selection made on Pew design
b. Sanctuary - Interior Restoration Paint crew completed repair/paint Sanctuary interior
  • Electrician working on lighting/electrical outlets
  • Sanctuary Wainscot material/Oak flooring purchased and being manufactured
  • Detail painters due in first of September for 2-3 weeks
  • New subflooring laid on Alter, Baptismal area and Sacristy - new base to build hardwood on
c. Parish Ctr. & Old School - Renovation of (4) Restrooms Completed - Thanks to the Pre-School and painters for the bathrooms
d. North Parking Lot - Playground area - Fencing to secure playground (16 ft. gate/two 8 ft. sections) Not started to date
e. Pre-School - Install new LG Heat/Cooling System room #102 & #104 Completed
f. Parish Center - Install new Grease Trap for cafeteria kitchen area Completed
g. 8th Street Steps (New Gym) - Replace hand rails Completed
h. Parish Center - Replace roof exhaust fan for (4) restrooms and kitchen Completed
i. Sanctuary - Install new LG Heat/Cooling System for Sanctuary Balcony Completed - Still need to complete line set covers
 
XVI. Board of Stewardship - Stephanie Fahler & Cara Wetzel (absent)
a. Stephanie Fahler reported that she is co-chairing the Board of Stewardship with Cara Wetzel and they are presently the only members of the Board. Stephanie shared some topics the Board is focused on:
  • Revising the old job description
  • Making Scriptural Tithing a lifestyle
  • Electronic giving
  • History of LCMS Church/School relationship
  • Community Restoration Celebration - November 17th from 10:00a.m. - 5:30p.m. The Board plans on having a live band, smoked pork and hot dogs, a chili cook off, cornhole tournament, brew tent, bounce houses and baby-sitting
    • There will be on-line sign ups

b. Chris Rowan made a motion to make an agenda item of Admission of new Board members at the next Voters Meeting for Stephanie Fahler and Cara Wetzel. Mike O'Donnell offered a second and the motion passed.

XVII. Presidents Report - Dann Keiser
a. Dann Keiser mentioned to PPC to be aware and to pray for the continued right for church affiliated schools to maintain the right to receive public money through Indiana's school voucher program and still make employment/enrollment decisions based on the religious principles of a religious institution. He mentioned the Roncalli Catholic School staff termination matter as an important example of where legislation may or not be headed. Dann encouraged PPC to contact our legislators to press our position.
 
XVIII. Motion to Adjourn/Closing Prayer
a. Pastor French made a motion to adjourn and Jerry Ripke seconded. The motion carried. Pastor Heckert closed the meeting with prayer.
 
Respectfully submitted by Steve Berman
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Parish Planning Council Notes 07/17/2018

July 18, 2018
By Steve Berman

Parish Planning Committee - July 17, 2018

Attending: Dann Keiser, Pastor French, Pastor Heckert, Starlah Smith, Jen Sterrett, Julie Grott, Jerry Ripke, Jake Rogers, Heather Brooks, Lynn Beckham, Mike O'Donnell, Chris Rowan, Russ Shoemaker, Steve Berman

I. Opening Prayer & Devotions
a. Lynn Beckham began with the Devotion referring to Romans 14:19 and drew upon the world of professional sports to describe the importance of teamwork to achieve a common goal/vision. She then led PPC in prayer

II. Approval of June 2018 Meeting Minutes - Pastor French made a motion to approve and Mike O'Donnell seconded. The motion passed

III. Unsung Servants - Amanda Goodspeed, Cory Caylor, and Jenny Caylor were nominated for painting the bathrooms to be renovated and were unanimously approved. The demolition crew and all those involved were also unanimously approved

IV. New Business
a. Board Items? - None reported
b. Budget
Dann Keiser explained that the Voters meeting will be held on August 5th and initiated a discussion regarding the budget. Mike O'Donnell offered that Robert's Rule of Order for debating a motion be considered for the Voters meeting. There were several questions and discussion regarding this topic and Mike explained that if moving forward advance notice should be given. After the discussion regarding the budget, Pastor French made a motion for the original June 3rd budget, with updated actuals, and the revised budget, from the June 19th PPC meeting, both be presented to Voters at the August 5th Special Voters meeting. Mike O'Donnell offered a second and the motion carried.
c. Planning Meeting Continuation
Chris Rowan made some opening comments and spoke about the District Demographic Study and followed up on the RE: Vitality Lutheran Revitalization Program that was introduced at the July 11th Planning meeting. He described we could potentially conduct a needs assessment survey in August/September. Chris further explained we need to look at Stewardship, small group engagement pieces, and small group leadership classes. Starlah Smith offered that Mindy Schlotman can share what she learned from a Fundraising for nonprofits/schools conference that she attended to aid the planning process. There was some discussion and agreement that the next PPC meeting on August 21st be primarily devoted towards planning. Dann explained that Board reports should be sent to each other in advance of the meeting to better devote time towards planning during the meeting. Dann also shared that Mindy should report on her findings from her conference at the August 21st PPC meeting. Lastly, Dann mentioned that the meeting would be held in the Fellowship Hall.
 
V. Old Business - None reported
 
VI. Financial Report - Starlah Smith and Jen Sterrett
a. Starlah Smith reported that offerings are up the last three weeks, all operating related bills are paid and that the deficit is shrinking. There was some discussion that we are in the line of credit about $60,000 and that the deficit is about $86,000/$87,000. Lastly, there was some discussion about a donation that was willed to St. James and how we will administer the donation. Pastor French indicated that after further research he can better report and answer questions regarding the topic.
 
VII. Pastor's Report - Pastor French and Pastor Heckert
a. Pastor French
Pastor French reported that Worship in the Cafeteria went great. He also commented on August events - August 8th first day of school, August 8th Confirmation orientation meeting at 6:30p.m., August 15th Public Confirmation begins
 
Activities
Divine Services conducted - 7
Sermons preached - 7
Hospital visits - 3
Follow up phone calls from staff meeting prayer list - 2
Counseling - 3
Walk ins/phone - 1
Shut ins visited - 3
Classes taught -2
Meetings attended -13
Funerals -2
Weddings -0
 
b. Pastor Heckert
Pastor Heckert gave the following updates:
  • Finishing Genesis Bible study this upcoming Sunday - finishing ch. 3, possible going into ch. 4 if time permits - either way, ends Sunday
  • Reminder: will not be here July 29, but in Michigan
  • When we discuss budget issues, I'd like to make a few comments
  • Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Monticello, IN  - Pastor John Gore is retiring and the St. James Pastors may help out the Circuit and Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Pastor Gore's absence
Activities
Divine Services conducted - 6
Sermons preached - 7
Hospital visits - 3
Counseling - 1
Walk ins - 3
Shut ins visited - 10(+2 attempted)
Classes taught -4
Meetings attended -8
Funerals -1(Arnold Glenn Rainwater - service 07.05.18, Fisher Funeral Chapel)
Weddings -0
 
VIII. Board of Elders - Mike O'Donnell
a. Mike O'Donnell reported on budget work and that he was pleased with the transition of Worship to the Cafeteria. He commented on adding Elders for Saturday night Communion service and reducing the number of Acolytes
 
IX. Principals Report - Jake Rogers
a. Jake Rogers reported that school starts on August 8th and orientation dates are July 31st, August 2nd, and August 6th. He then shared there was a staff "kick off" Worship and School meeting at Cornerstone Lutheran Church in Carmel, IN. Jake explained that a site visit has been scheduled at St. James regarding International Students and if successful St. James will be approved to accept International Students. Lastly, Jake reported that New Family and Kindergarten numbers are up, he will be on vacation from July 18th - July 25th, and that a Call Process is underway for a new Superintendent of Indiana schools
 
X. Board of Christian Education - Heather Brooks and Lynn Beckham
a. Heather reported that Mary Myers has joined the Board and Shawn Cline is no longer serving on the Board. She then explained that the Board will facilitate a Sunday meal on Education Sunday, August 5th
 
XI. Board of Youth - Karrie Tarter (absent)
a. No report
 
XII. Board of Parish Education - Becky Rowan (absent)
a. No report
 
XIII. Board of Human Resources - Mark Bunton (absent)
a. No report
 
XIV. Board of Evangelism - Jerry Ripke
a. Jerry Ripke spoke about the Project Connect Ministry Program and the many topics and booklets available to promote outreach - Suicide, Depression, Mental Health, How to Pray, etc.
 
XV. Board of Church Properties - Russ Shoemaker
a. Russ Shoemaker reported that the Board of Church Properties discussed the Sanctuary Interior Restoration and 8 other Summer projects:
  • Sanctuary Roof
    • Meet with Contractors for replacement of damaged shingles and seal down of shingles not properly seating - work to start in Fall
  • Total list of projects scheduled Summer 2018
    • New Church Pews - funded by Century of Faith, Deposit made on pews
    • Sanctuary - Interior Restoration, Crew arrived today
    • Parish Center and Old School - Renovate Restrooms, Tile laid. Final work on plumbing to complete this week and Restroom partition start next week
    • North Parking Lot - Playground Area - Add fencing to secure playground. Also fix main entry gate, Start July 25
    • Pre-School - Install new "LG" Heat/Cooling System Room #102 and #104, Completed
    • Parish Center - Install new "Grease Trap" for cafeteria kitchen area, Finish this week
    • 8th Street Steps(New Gym) - Replace hand rails, Complete before August
    • Church Office stair wells - Install trench drains to stop flooding Church office, Moved out next year
    • Parish Center - Replace roof exhaust fan for (4) restrooms and kitchen, Completed
    • Sanctuary - Install new "LG" Heat/Cooling System for Sanctuary Balcony, Completed. Still need to install line set covers
  • Other
    • There was some discussion about handrails in the School and non-slip strips that go fully across the stairs
XVI. Board of Stewardship (Vacant)
a. No report
 
XVII. Presidents Report - Dann Keiser
a. No report
 
XVIII. Motion to Adjourn/Closing Prayer
a. Pastor French made a motion to adjourn and Mike O'Donnell offered a second. The motion carried. Pastor French closed with prayer

 

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parish Planning Council Notes 2/16/16

April 06, 2016
By Steve Berman

Parish Planning Committee -- February 16, 2016

Attending: Dann Keiser, Jeff Baumgarn, Dave Probst, Ben Schoon, Pastor David French, Bill Crum, Christopher Rowan, Jake Rogers, Russ Shoemaker, Candace Shaffer, Jerry Ripke, Kelly Gross, Caren Bunch, Marcia Collins, Steve Berman
 
  1. Opening Prayer by Pastor French
  2. January minutes -- moved to accept by Chris Rowan, seconded by Candace Shaffer, approved
  3. Unsung Servants -- Brianne Hubner, Ashley Northington, and Becky Rowan - Stewardship
  4. New Business
    1. Auction Committee Account
      1. Auction committee does not have their own account
      2. Concerns with transparency, accountability, lack of line item accounting and timely reports have resulted in donor retention issues and the inability for Auction Committee to effectively answer donor questions and concerns.
      3. Motion to allow the Auction Committee to have their own account or sub account and report up to the Board of Christian Education by Ben Schoon. Seconded by Jeff Baumgarn, approved.
  5. DCE Report and Board of Youth -- David Probst
    1. DCE continues to teach confirmation for 7th grade students, keyboarding skills for 5th grade, and serves as a substitute teacher and substitute kitchen person as needed.
    2. National Youth Gathering
      1. Planning continues for gathering in July
      2. Fundraisers continue with an Easter breakfast fundraiser in March and the take stock in the youth fundraiser in April
      3. Monthly Gathering meetings take place for the adults leading the youth to the Gathering and the youth and adults participating in the Gathering
    3. Board of Youth Ministry has not met since November. Will attempt to meet before March PPC meeting.
  6. Board of Evangelism -- Jerry Ripke
    1. Bibles were ordered for arrival on Palm Sunday. Some are available at the Visitor Center.
    2. International Dinner subcommittee met January 31 at Ruth O'Connor's home.
      1. Reviewed 2015 program. Need to get the word out sooner and to more groups to have a greater amount of international students
      2. Jerry will visit area Pastors to solicit help
      3. Meet again later in the summer (mid-August) to discuss details of the meal.
    3. Need t replace outdated information in Visitor packets
    4. Continue to wear Nametags and encourage others to wear
  7. Board of Church Properties -- Russ Shoemaker
    1. Century of Faith
      1. 8th St. school steps project contract signed w/Tecton Const. Management, Inc. 
        1. Project cost $45,000
      2. Sanctuary exterior
        1. Board will contact "Gothshall Building Restoration" for project review and confirm Project Cost of $40,000
        2. Dann Keiser was asked to assist in review process and attend meeting to review contract. Will do walkthrough in the next month.
        3. Possible start date of project late summer/fall
    2. Status of surveillance cameral installation
      1. 12 cameras covering 3 parking lots and walkways install is complete
      2. Open issue -- All staff should have access to camera surveillance at work stations. Not yet accessible. Jake Rogers has contacted Contractor for resolution.
    3. Quotes for boiler repair from Advance Tech pending
      1. Re-plumb make -up water for soft water $490
      2. Repair leaking circulation pump $992
      3. Scheduled start date for repairs March 14th
    4. Fire Inspection
      1. New gym locker room sprinkler system
        1. Cost to make sprinkler operational $3,357
        2. Required annual water line test $170 and water dept. annual usage fee $512
        3. Discussed Ace Fire Protection Company's recommendation to request variance from State to remove locker room sprinklers and replace with new fire alarm system for whole gymnasium.
        4. New Audible system in the new gym and to work externally estimated at $10,000
        5. New expandable fire control panels and rewiring to include new gym, school and church estimated cost not to exceed $25,000. Discussed the possibility of a Dutch auction to raise funds.
      2. No Dedicated line to Central Station -- Cost to fix approximately $2,000. Mulhaupts quoting.
      3. Emergency lighting device not working hallway E/C -- D/C room -- repaired
      4. Maintenance room service panel had open spaces exposed -- repaired
    5. Property Work completed since last PPC Meeting
      1. Kitchen plumbing, 2" and 3" cast iron waste pipes rusted and leaking replaced with plastic plumbing completed. Cost $790
      2. Repaired door in Jen Probst's classroom and changed two lockset
      3. Repaired 2 heat registers n Visitor's Center
      4. Repaired both gas heaters n New Gym
    6. Custodial Staffing
      1. Labor rate to be increased starting in February
      2. Least senior staff to $7.75
      3. More senior staff based on performance
      4. Staff to be evaluated bi-annually for incremental raises to be determined by Custodial Supervisor with Church Properties Board approval.
  8. Pastor's report -- Pastor French
    1. Lent services continue -- "Places of the Passion"
    2. New Member class -- 6 people
    3. Pastor Ouelette, Lutheran Association of Missionaries and Pilots, Inc (L.A.M.P.) will be preaching Sunday February 28th
  9. Board of Human Resources -- Mark Bunton - Absent
  10. Financial Report -- Ben Schoon
    1. Reviewed financial summary
      1. 2015 financially healthier than 2014
      2. Discussion to simplify detailed financial report to describe income, expense, results and major factors in preparation for voters assembly.
      3. Dann Keiser to go over Profit and Lass statement in detail with Ben Schoon
      4. Anticipate financials meeting to be held on March 6th and call meeting on April 3rd
  11. Board of Christian Education -- Candace Shaffer
    1. Finalized tuition for the 2016-17 school year. Intent to return forms to be sent.
    2. Information on financial support and tuition rates to be sent
  12. Board of Stewardship -- Christopher Rowan
    1. Start up the nursery for the 10:30 a.m.. service
    2. Continue to sponsor church fellowship potlucks
      1. Good turn out on February 14th Potluck. People were assigned tables by numbers and questions were posed in a game like fashion to encourage conversation and relationship building.
      2. Potluck ideas
        1. Kids table with inexpensive items to engage with, coloring books, crayons, etc.
        2. Group activities
        3. Finding someone you don't know and sitting with them
        4. More introductions
        5. Free will offerings for organization and group financial support
        6. Next potluck on March 20th
    3. Dinners for eight
      1. Rotate form home to home every quarter
      2. Encourages and promotes people to engage with each other
      3. New couples are directed into this group to help them build a foundation in the church
    4. Continued work on the church side of the website
      1. Build out email sign up
      2. Have 10:30 a.m. service live streamed
      3. Have sermons recorded in video and audio
      4. Chris to discuss with Pastor French the "About Us" part of the church website.
      5. Discussion -- schedule meeting to confirm and/or assign webmaster responsibilities for church and school
      6. Update the news and announcements so that it posts to website and Facebook
      7. Need information for Nola and Mark on the church staff page
      8. Partner with Dave Probst on Youth ministry part of site. Chris will also update Dave regarding online donations.
      9. Update the education and boards portion of church site.
      10. Motion to run a Facebook campaign not to exceed $400 from now until June by Ben Schoon, seconded by Russ Shoemaker, approved.
  13. Principal's Report -- Jake Rogers
    1. Fire alarm system/Fire inspection/New gym
      1. Working with Russ Shoemaker & Daphine Prather to resolve inspection issues
    2. Infrastructure trial of ISTEP went well
    3. Will attend Redeemer Lutheran Church on Sunday, February 21st, to briefly talk about St. James Lutheran School and invite them to our Open House on February 25th.
    4. SJS Basketball Tournament
      1. Basketball Team had a 3rd place finish. They have been selected to participate in the state Lutheran School tournament in Fort Wayne
      2. Cheerleaders had a 1st place finish in SJS Cheerleading competition
    5. Students will represent St James at the local Non-Public School Spelling Bee at Faith on Thursday, February 18th and at the Purdue Science Fair on March 11-12
  14. Vice President Report and Parish Education Report -- Jeff Baumgarn
    1. Live streaming -- Divine worship
      1. Pastor French and Jake Rogers to consider the purchase of Apple TV or Google Chrome
    2. Audit responsibility given to Dann Keiser
    3. Parish Education Report
      1. Amanda Goodspeed and Jocelyn Knobloch are going to lead VBS
      2. VBS is going to be on July 11-15th from 8:30 -- 11:30. The theme this year is Barnyard Roundup
  15. President's Report -- Dann Keiser
    1. Dann will be talking with staff and board chairs about future goals and objectives
  16. Old Business
    1. 2016-2017 Budget
      1. Ben Schoon to give Boards an accounting of what they spent
      2. Anticipate a draft budget in April
    2. Audit Review
      1. Dann Keiser to look at options
  17. Motion to adjourn by Bill  Crum, approved
  18. Closing Prayer by Pastor French

Respectfully submitted by Steve Berman

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