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Council helps student body Student Council is concerned with organizing school activities and help- ing the community. The annual canned food drive proved very suc- cessful. A doughnut party for the homeroom with the most cans brought much motivation for the stu- dent body, not to mention a few more cans. About 1 10 people gave blood at the annual blood drive. Students 1 7 or over were able to participate. Student Council also sponsored the making and selling of spirit ribbons during football season. 1. Student Council officers: James losbaker, chief justice; John Carr, vice-president; and Kerry Larson, president, (not pictured Heather Johnson, secretary.) 2. John Perry gets cans ready to go to a needy family. 3. Billie Jo Borkgren gives her medical record to the R.N. before giving blood. 32
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i 1. Donny McVey takes a break in study hall. 2. Seniors Tim Rush and Michon Huss have no trou- ble studying in student center. 3 Crystal Padovich does her homework while Mr. Graziano is out of his office. 4. Ryan Blaskovich finds out there is a final for student center. 5. Jenny White helps check schedules with Joyce Cast in the counseling office. 6. Kevin Molloy is amazed at John Kenyon ' s ability to balance a book without any hands. 7. Shawn O ' Neil and Tim Swesey laugh as they try to do their homework. 8. Re- nee O ' Connor, Wanda Weberg, Brian Pierce, and Me- lissa Daughenbaugh show how much fun student cen- ter can be. 4 31
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SIL, TLC programs strive to aid youths The Teen Leadership Connection (TLC) is a support group sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism to help people realize they can be proud of themselves without drugs or alco- hol. The Student in Leadership Program (SIL) develops leader- ship qualities to encourage involvement in the school and the community. It has three major components: self awareness, leadership development, and student involvement. The groups met monthly with students from all over Des Moines. The SIL program is sponsored by Judy Griffin and Drew Cannon. Students in Leadership: (first row) Jill Schneller, Chrystal Hughes, Lisa Armstrong, Nikki Dickmann, Chi Hui Pak, Joy Hockensmith, (second row) Lisa Ray, Stacy Bondura, Shelley Camacho, (third row) Cassie Evans, Dawn Davis, Angie Herold, Jessica Thompson, Craig Molloy, Kim Clements, David Hufschmid, Cheryl Cropp, and Dennis Smith. 1. Chelley Rivas, Kristi Groen, Jac- quie Lair, and Sara Timmons take a break during camp activities. 2. Teen Leadership Connection members: Kris- tin Leavengood, Kristi Groen, Chelley Rivas, and Bill Pirkle. (Not pictured: Kim Tweedy, Jacquie Lair, Heather Harpster, and Sara Timmons.) id- 41 f F| 33
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