Spring Cleaning at Good Shepherd

Luther College Spring Fling Crew, Saturday, April 26 – Five Luther students spent a bright, but cool and windy Saturday morning cutting back perennials left for winter interest, cleaning out the rocked and mulched beds, applying a top dressing of mulch, and even pulling some weeds! The parking lot berm gardens, Lynette’s Garden, Sign Garden, and the landscape beds across the front of the church received the greatest attention. Three members of the Landscape Subcommittee, Marty Steele, Bob Felde, and Elizabeth Kaschins, joined the student crew.

 A contribution was made to College Ministries to be divided between the U-Visa Program of the Northeast Iowa Peace & Justice Center and the Syrian Disaster Appeal of ELCA Disaster Response.




St. Grubby’s Day, Sunday, April 27

The annual St. Grubby’s Day initiative held on April 27 was most successful despite the heavy rain and wind making outdoor projects difficult. Members tackled interior projects including vacuuming and cleaning carpets, washing light fixtures, changing light bulbs, sorting items in the music room, and cleaning the Annex. Many items were recycled, discarded, delivered to the Depot or repositioned. A pre-cleaning of the Sacristy, LWR cupboards, Coffee Room, Library, Kitchen and Fellowship Hall Closet preceded the St. Grubby’s Day event.   The pre-cleaning turned up a hand-made violin created by member Martin Bergan (1876-1968) which he donated to the church; a story on Bergan and his   donation will be featured in a subsequent article.








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