News & Updates
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Fall Festival & Homecoming Photos 2019
Thanks to everyone for a great Fall Festival & Homecoming weekend!
Alumni of the Year 2019 – Announced!
We are so pleased to announce the LM Alumni of the Year for 2019. They have each made an extremely important impact in the world.
Nelson J. Kraybill ’72 Shares: Peacebuilding and Reconciliation as Shared Global Convictions
LM gave Nelson J Kraybill '72 a grounding in worship, Bible and a faith community.
Anna Groff ’02: Listening to the Most Vulnerable
She serves as the ED of Dove’s Nest, that helps equip churches & faith groups with the tools to address and prevent child neglect and sexual abuse.
CARRIE BAIR ‘94 & TY BAIR ‘95: Alumni Support Each Other’s Walk of Justice
Ty and Carrie are passionate about building up the community and kingdom. Both came out of dark situations and trauma; God was ALWAYS present.
Glen Lapp ’87: Peacebuilder Legacy
Lapp was one of ten aid workers killed in Afghanistan in 2010 — he was a witness to peace throughout his nursing career, travels, and volunteer work.
Ethan Sommers ’19 Featured in WGAL News Spotlight
WGAL news broadcast covering EMU Lancaster's Leadership and Organizational Management - Aviation program featured LM Grad, Ethan Sommers '19.
Hoover ’97 leads Grammarly’s Quest to Improve Written Communication
LM Alum's advice to the grads, job seekers and entrepreneurs of tomorrow: “The only way to fail at something is not to try..."
Adventures with a Purpose – LM Alumni Story
MICHELLE DELLER's '92 unconventional travel company, Steep Adventures, combines adventure travel & charitable causes to give each excursion a purpose.
Congratulations to the LM Class of 2019!
Enjoy the photos from this special celebration of their amazing accomplishment completing high school.
Mark Breneman ’02, Google UX Designer – “ARTS AND TECH DON’T HAVE TO BE DIFFERENT CAREER TRACKS.”
He wants high school and college students to know that it is possible to combine your passions, even when the employment opportunities aren’t obvious.