Spirit Week 2017

Last week BLS took the opportunity to have some fun and thank our God for the gifts of athletics at school. Wednesday was Mismatch Day. Enjoy this picture from 3rd & 4th grade and check out our Facebook Page for the rest of the pictures from the week.1011170831c


Don’t Miss It! – Dash Down Nash Run/Walk – September 16th

Public welcome! This is a non-competitive run/walk to help raise money for recreation equipment for the new Bethlehem Lutheran Church. The run will start at the current church location, 203 N. Nash St, go out to the new church location and end back where we started. Fun, food and a raffle will take place after the run in the church parking lot. Registration can be done online or by mail.

Fee: Kid’s Run/$5 – Adults/$20 – $50 per family (immediate members only)

Registration/Check In:

Friday, Sept. 15th 4-6pm or Sat, Sept. 16th 7:30 am

Kids Run: 8:30 am

5k: 9:00 am

Food and Raffle: 9:30 am

Register online at racesonline.com or

Download a mail-in registration form.

Mail Registration form to:

Bethlehem Lutheran Church: Dash Down Nash

203 N. Nash St.

Hortonville, WI 54944

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Look what arrived this week!


You are looking at the new custom “Spartans” cover for our scorer’s table in the gym. I think it does a great job of communicating our Spartan Pride!

Come and cheer for our Lady Spartans Volleyball teams as they play the first home games of the season against Shepherd of the Valley. The games are at 4:15 (B-team) and 5:15 (A-team).

The first Soccer game will be Wednesday, September 13. We will be competing against the team from the Neenah WELS schools. This game will be held at New London High School. Look for us in the yellow & black Tigers jerseys.

The first Cross Country meet will be held at Emanuel, New London on September 11.

We hope you can come to cheer on our Spartans!

Back-to-School Bash

Today is the big day! It’s Back-to-School Bash Day! We are celebrating the beginning of a new school year with a worship service at church (8 & 10 AM). After the second service the school will be open for the congregation to tour the school, students to drop off supplies, parents to take care of school business, and all to enjoy some food and fellowship. May God bless this new school year.