Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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vfvmww .- . thaw. FRONT ROW: Doug Riffel, Paul B. Travis. David Ingram, Tim Sweeten, Mark Milum. Oscar Brown. ROW 2:jeffConner,jeffjones, Glenn Davis, Robert Browningjoel Portenjonathan Gibbs Ron Price, sponsor, ROW BL Mitch Mulhall, Steve Rice. Dan Castleberry. Brett Porter, Steve Stewart, Chad Campbelkjim McGathy, Don Duty, ROW 4: Donald Sherman, Blake Kretz, Danny Dix on, Gary Snell,joe Iialla, Scott Lenhart, Greg Wharton. Dave Ragatz, Michael Davis. Bob Harp. ROW S: Hob Brown, Ryan Pringle. Scott Bybee. Randy Fry. Bob Herndon,jim Foster, Tim Ingram David Murphy. Dennis Driskell. Bryan Womble. ROW 6. Craig Archer, Manley Clodfelter. Glenn Addisormjess Lewellyn. Cecil Hutson. Kevin Gwinulames Cox, Gary Denman. Barry Burgessjo Reaching out to others Mahaffey. Shannon O'Pry. 268 f Centurion "The men of Centurion can best be described as willing to help people." said Oscar Brown, vice president ofthe club. "Service projects are an important part of our club, and we try to do as many as we can each semester," Oscar said. One of the projects the club was involved in this year was a picnic to Nelson Park with some patients from the West Texas Rehabilitation Center. "This was a joint project with the Kojies and was a valuable experience for everyone that went." Oscar said. Another service project the club was involved with was a Christmas party for patients at the Care Inn. The Siggies helped in this project that included Santa Claus passing out fruit-filled stockings to all the patients. "This was one of my favorite projects because it meant so much to the elderly patients," Oscar said. "I would like to think that people would do the same for me ifl were in a rest home." The men also sang with the women of Ko jo Kai to the patients of Bur-Mont Nursing Center on Easter Sunday, Oscar said. "We do a lot of service projects, but that is not the main function of Centurion," Oscar said. "We do a lot of things with just us so that we can get to know each other better." he said. Intramurals were vital to club. Oscar said, and Centurion tried to enter as many events and teams as possible so that everyone who wanted to could be involved. "Since the club is only three years old Homecoming is not nearly as important to us as it is to other clubs," Oscar said. "I look forward to the day when we will have a room full oi exesf' The Homecoming father-son breakfast was at the Starlite Inn. A turkey shoot was the theme for the club's booth at the Student Foundation Carnival. "We didn't make any money off of it, but it was fun to do," Oscar said. Spring found the club geared up for Sing Song. "Wher we first came up with the idea of tourists we weren't too ex cited about it, especially after the costumes jonathan Gibbi and Rick Flood picked out," Oscar said. "But once we gow into the song our excitement grew." "We were kind of disappointed that we didn't get a voca award, but we were pleased to get second place in the costume competition," Oscar said. A different kind of project the club did in the spring wa: a 'lfun night" at the YMCA with the men of Prater Sodalis Oscar said the idea was to get to know members of anothe: club on a more casual basis. Like other clubs, socials are important to Centurion aa well. The fall grub was a Halloween party and hay ride whil the spring grub was a "sweat" theme where everyone wot sweats. The Christmas social was at the Abilene Woman! Club and the spring social was an "Old-Fashioned Social' theme in historic Granbury. "We had a picnic by a lake Saturday afternoon, then din ner that night, followed by a musical production at the Granbury Opera House," Oscar said. "It was one of the fun nest socials I've ever been to." -jonathan Gibb:

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