It was a season of ups and downs for Brady Volleyball according to Head Coach Rebecca Stearns, but one thing is certain, it was truly a team effort all year. Brady Eagle Volleyball went 5-23 overall, but a lot of their wins weren’t reflected in the score per Stearns. “We had a season of ups and downs, highlights being that we got to have our season,” Stearns said. “As a team we accomplished a lot of goals we set for games. Even though the score did not always show our wins we did have personal wins. Some trying times were being down 3 starters for a couple games, but the rest of the team stepped up and did what we needed to do. This group of girls has handled the bumps in the road very well they adapted to change quite well.”
A daughter, Shaya May Klemm was born September 23 at Gothenburg Health to Austin and Jacey Klemm. She weighed 8 pounds, 7.5 ounces, and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Ken and Laurie Klemm of Goodland, KS and Lynn and Janice Lans of Lexingon. Great-grandparents are Jim and Marilyn Biehl of Lexington and Norm and Jonelle Lans, also of Lexington. Shaya was welcomed home by her big brother Bodee.
A son, Brent Allen Linnemeyer was born October 2 at Gothenburg Health to Rusty Viter and Makayla Linnemeyer. He weighed 7 pounds, and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Bo Viter and Annette Viter of Gothenburg, Erica Linnemeyer of Gothenburg and Phillip and Michelle Linnemeyer of Farnam. Greatgrandparents are Steve and Jeane Brewer of Gothenburg. Brent was welcomed home by big brother Wyatt.
A son, Jasper Leon Valer Stevens was born October 9 at Gothenburg Health to Rebecca Stevens. He weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 17 inches long. Grandparents are Dave and Lori Zimmerman of Gothenburg. Great-grandparents are John and Linda Zimmerman, Mae Swindle Parrish and Rod Parish. Big brother Ekim David welcomed little Jasper home.
American Lutheran Church honored their First Communion students on Sunday, Oct. 4. They began the class in February with Pastor Jon and then because of Covid, continued the course at home with a study packet prepared by Pastor Jon. Those who completed the course are: front – Landon Feather; middle – Natalie Hengen, Kya Roth, Brigham Ricley; back – Miles Christensen, Connor Block and Mason Block. Not pictured are Jalisa Sabin and Gunner Thompson. (Contributed photo).
A son, Luke Walter Kloepping was born September 9 at Gothenburg Health to Wade and Karen Kloepping. He weighed 6 pounds, 13.5 ounces, and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are Sharon and the late Fred Kloepping of Eustis and Ron and Nancy Archdekin of Omaha. Great-grandparents are Jim and Clara Archdekin of St. Joseph, MO. Little Luke was welcomed home by brother, James.