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1975 Student Council
Student Council goals for the year were to better com-
munications with the student body, to further develop
tri-school relations and support some community
Homecoming was a huge success with the largest crowd
ever, The festivities were held at the WBAY Auditorium
with music by Eden Stone.
To add a little variety to the lunch menu, the SC is
selling Fritos, Doritos, and Ruffles, With the profits
from this endeavor, the SC hopes to buy a vending
machine for the school,
To help relieve the mid-winter blues, a winter carni-
val was sponsored by the SC's of SJA, APHS and Pre-
montre, Activities included Bingo, Volleyball, a dance
and a snow sculpture contest. The finale to the week
was the Pennings-Premontre game.
The Council also made a number of contribution to
various funds such as United Way, World Fast, Cerebral
Palsy, M.S. and Muscular Dystrophy. A tri-school paper
is being set up for next year.
The SC would like to thank all of its reps for their
time and work.
Treasurer Paul Denis, Hesident Jeff Burnton, V-Presi-
dent Steve Byers. Missing: Secretary Charlie Zehren.
FRONT: Mike Hogan,
Dave Mc Intyre, John
Schober, Steve Vande
Loo, MIDDLE: Dan
Donarski, Mark Bour-
geois, Joe Conrad,
TOP: Phil 0'Brien,
Steve Blaha, Jon Han
son, Dan Van Alstine,
Mike Hein, Marty