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Page 105 text:
" ' highlander lassies time
swimmers to success
Cheerleaders at a swim meet? That may seem a little
odd. but the boys' swim team had their own specialized
squad, the Highlander Lassies. These girls performed a
number of functions such as timing. scoring. hostessing.
helping judges, and cheering the swimmers to numerous
victories. Besides timing at all the swim meets the
Highlander Lassies had other responsibilities. Every
morning after the boys came from a rigorous practice the
Lassies had breakfast ready and waiting for them to eat.
A lot of time and effort was given by these girls to
support the I97 7-78 boys swim team. Although they were
not publicized, they were deeply appreciated.
Carter. J. Hunter. Back Rowt V.
got what time?
I.. Carvey. T. Rogers. P. Price. J. Joyce, P. Arscott. K.
L. Kuczasda. T. Schell, B. Johannessen, M. Tessier. K. Cleveland.
S. Manning. I.. Kenney. What a stretch!!
Page 104 text:
The sixth grade students from Meadow Brook.
University Hills, Baldwin. North Hill. and Long
Meadow elementary schools were counseled by
selected Adams Students. The kids and camp
counselors were full of energy and enthusiasm when
they went out to the wild wilderness of Camp
Tamarack. Each counselor had five to eight kids to
keep track of for the week. Everyone participated in
the activities such as ice fishing, map and compass.
and nature walks. The highlights of the week were
the drop off, square dancing and the team skits.
Overall, the counselors and the kids experienced a
fun-filled week at camp.
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Page 106 text:
The chess club was sponsored again this year by Mr.
Treat. He received help from President Hal Jolley. Vice
President Kevin Cappo. Treasurer Bob Shankin. Secretary
Lori Laney, and Assistant Treasurer Mark Googasian. These
officers purchased new equipment for the team and made
the team more organized. The competitors played well
against other schools in several chess meets arranged by the
Chess is a game of immense concentration,
forethought and practice. Our chess club combined these
and a competitive attitude to perform well and enioy
Mr. Trealg hoping he made the right move' . . .
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