The 1960's

"For I know the plan's I have for you..."

Through the ups and downs of the formation of the “Milwaukee Lutheran Special School,” God already knew the plans for the next decade.

1960 Frederick Matzke was the third teacher at Pilgrim with eight students. He remained there until

1961 Milwaukee Lutheran Special School held what became an annual Vacation Bible School for spiritual training of educable mentally retarded children. They started with four classes in Milwaukee.

1964 The funding of this school was totally through the continued use of Lenten dime banks.