Thanks to the Conference Committee
As usual the BJS conference was well run and overflowing with grace and hospitality thanks to the conference committee pictured here: Donna Linnemeyer (Bethany Program Administrator and occassional BJS blogger), Phyllis Rossow (Pastor Rossow’s wife), Aimee Walsh (Bethany Lutheran School Admissions Director and “the world’s happiest person”), Erin Thompson (Bethany First Grade Teacher) and Pam Mueller (Bethany Principal). We also thank the dozens of other Bethany staff and volnteers who helped out.
The banquet on Friday
A Manly Breakfast prepared by Bethany Lutheran Church and School
Thanks to all who helped to make the BJS 2011 conference possible.
There were homade sticky buns hot out of the oven!
A small snack during break before the Real Food of the Divine Service
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