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Page 85 text:
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This year's Astronomy and Physics
club worked extremely hard to raise
money to go to Toronto. To afford the
trip to Canada they had sales which
included popcorn sales, T-shirt sales.
and calculator sales.
The students went to Oakland for
math card games also.
The sponsor was Mr. Gibson who.
with help from president Lisa Stasak and
treasurer Heidi Quitmeyer, always had
the group doing something. They met on
Mondays and usually met from a half
hour to two hours.
The students involved clearly
learned a great deal from these clubs.
The experiences enabled those interest-
ed to become better prepared for a
college maior in science.
Page 84 text:
hard work led to success
The success of this year's Student Council was due to the hard work and effort
of each member. The CounciI's main obiective this past year was to incorporate better
communication between the administration and the students. This was achieved in part
by the new Representative to the School Board position established this year and held
by senior Betsy Spencer. Student Council officers included Pat Twomey, President: Barb
Johannessen. Vice President, Tom Johnson. Treasurer: Mary Jane Natale, Recording
Secretary, and Carol Strayer, Corresponding Secretary.
Though many people didn't know it. it was the Council that provided us with the
many activities that broke up the classroom routine. They were responsible for the
Homecoming, Christmas and hypnotist assemblies and organized the Earth Opera
concert, the annual talent show and the Red Cross blood drive. Our second annual
Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon was a big success too.
Besides providing us with some occasional entertainment, this dedicated group
continued to improve various school policies and procedures with the help of their
advisor Mrs. Lintz. Overall, our Student Council did another fine job and helped to make
our long months at Adams seem to go by a little more quickly.
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Page 86 text:
The I977-78 Yearbook Staff
worked hard to put together another
Under the watchful eyes of Mr.
Berube. the staff accomplished many
things. For two years the students
missed the captions under every picture.
That was changed this year with the
unanimous decision of Editor-in-Chief
Shelly Kamrath, Layout editor Terri
Stevens. and Literary editor Mary
Johnston, as well as the rest of the class.
Another change was the addition of
forty pages to the traditional 220 page
book. Although this raised the cost. we
felt that it was to your advantage.
Business editor Lynn Huzzard.
Photography editor .lohn Boot, and
Sectional editors Kim Fleming and
Alyssa Gaggino, also worked hard
throughout the year. We hoped that the
book has brought back memories for all
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