Weekly Update 4/29/22


All meals include a fruit, vegetable, and milk. A peanut butter and jelly sandwich is available in place of a main course.

Monday, May 2

Chicken nuggets

Tuesday, May 3

Chicken tacos

Wednesday, May 4

French toast sticks

Thursday, May 5

Beef & rice casserole

Friday, May 6

Sloppy Joes

Sunday School
The Sunday School lesson this weekend is Jesus Appears in Galilee. Children ages 3 through 6th grade are encouraged to attend on Saturdays at 7:00pm, or ages 3 through high school on Sundays at 9:00am.

VBS Volunteers

Hilary Lien is looking for Immanuel members, 7th grade and up, who would be willing to help with Vacation Bible School, July 18-22.

If you can help, please let her know! We need a solid team of volunteers to make this week possible!

507-345-3027 or church@immanuelmankato.org

Ice Cream Buckets Needed
The church needs ice cream buckets with lids. Please drop them off in the office or church kitchen.

Art Show
K-8th and high school art students will have their artwork on display in the church basement on Friday, May 13, from 3:00-3:30pm, and Saturday, May 14 & Sunday, May 15 after the church services.

Coaching Opportunity

The ILS high school volleyball program has one individual ready to coach this fall.  We are looking for an assistant to help her.  Please send your interest and qualifications to marie.casto@immanuelmankato.org for consideration.   If volleyball is not your sport but you have time and talents to help in our other sports programs, please feel free to send your interest and qualifications for that sport as well.  We will keep them on file for consideration of any future openings.   Thank you!

ILS Athletic Calendar

Come watch our athletes and support ILS Athletics. Check out game times at https://www.immanuelmankato.org/school/ils-calendar/

Scoreboard Bake Sale Fundraiser
As you may have already heard, the Minnesota State High School League has implemented the regulation of a shot clock for varsity basketball. That means we need to update our scoreboards! ILS Athletics will be hosting a bake sale on Sunday, May 15 after the 10:00am service to raise funds for the new scoreboards.

All parents of athletes are asked to donate one (or more!) batch/pan/loaf of baked goods for each of their children who is a student athlete. Non-athlete parents who just want to support ILS Athletics are more than welcome to donate baked goods, as well.

Please have baked goods turned into the school office or church kitchen by 3:15pm on Friday, May 13. Please either use disposable pans, or have your pan clearly marked with your name so that it can be returned to you.

The bake sale will take place after church in the cafeteria on Sunday, May 15 during the Art Show.

Direct any questions to Amanda Harris (secretary@ilsk-12.org) or Marie Casto (marie.casto@ilsk-12.org).

Thanks for your support!

Spring Sports
  Wednesday, the ILS/East Girls Golf played in the Rochester Tri against Rochester John Marshall and Rochester Mayo. East girls’ varsity came in second place. Lydia Schmid shot 105.

     Thursday, the ILS/East Varsity Girls Golf played in Red Wing in a 12-team tournament. East came in second to last, but Lydia Schmid had the best score for East with a 94. A personal best!


     Thursday, the ILS/Loyola varsity had a great win. Jaxon Libby was 2 for 4 with a double and a grand slam!!!  He also pitched 4 scoreless innings and was the winning pitcher.  They won 14-12 against Lake Crystal.  He was also named KFAN’s player of the game.

Track & Field:

Saturday’s Junior High Meet at JWP:

     Coltin Olmanson placed 5th in 800-meter run, 3:18:24

     Coltin Olmanson placed 11th in Long Jump, 11’9″.05, a personal record

Thursday’s Varsity Meet at Siblely East:

     Jacob Olmanson placed 6th in 200-meter dash, 0:26:49, a personal record

     Jacob Olmanson and his 4×400 teammates playced 6th, 4:12:11

     Jacob Olmanson placed 16th in long jump with a 15’4″

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