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Page 37 text:
Today's Student Life
Clubs create the opportunity to broaden one's
life through fun, fellowship, and new experiences.
Beside club meetings, members are involved in field
trips, group activities, dances, and money raising
events. There are opportunities available for most
students to find clubs suited to their interests. Among
them are: the Pep Club for those who are spirit
minded, FHA for those who plan on being home
makers, FTA for those who have thoughts of being
teachers, FNA for those who have hopes of becoming
nurses, Varsity Club for letter winners, Debate for
those who enjoy journalism, Student Council for
those who like to help plan activities of the school,
and Honor Society for those who are above average
Page 36 text:
Upper leftg Presentations are made to our gracious
queen, Teri Hill. Upper centerg Todayis life is one
big sing-a-long. Lower leftg The ball has escaped,
but Tom Wright has met some opposition. Lower
rightg Chef Dave Elkins has a few observers trying
to lea.m his secret.
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New ideas are sparked by Student Council
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Aboveg Student Council treasurer Eileen Paul, president
Tim Burke, and secretary Mary Swickard look through
clothes collected for the needy. Rightg Food collections
were also made by the Student Council.
The Student Council is composed of elected
representatives from each homeroom plus the officers
who are elected by the whole student body. The
Council, sponsored by Mr. Moore, stands out as being
one of the most important groups at school.
Homecoming is the biggest event of the year
sponsored by the Student Council. They are respon-
sible for the election of the queen and her court, the
queen's float, and the Homecoming dance. Spirit Day
and buses for away games began because of student
requests. An annual talent show each spring is pre-
sented for the student body by the Council.
Besides just sponsoring school activities they
found time to collect food and clothing for needy
people as far away as Appalachia.
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