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Page 78 text:
At a Student Council meeting in Mr. Buzz Cash-
ion's room, Grounds Committee members dis-
cuss with Mr. Alan Coud ways to improve the
school grounds, while Tracy Schroder and Lynda
Fike prepare to join their committee.
Working on the Constitution Committee, Student
Council members David Williams, Hank Pickett,
Renee Blanding, and Becky Branham discuss ways
to revise the constitution.
Helping with the Bloodmobile during school, Stu- Manning the registration table IH the gym, Stude
dent Council members Sandra Kling, Dawn Sill, Council members Drucilla Brown, Diane Woo
Pauline joseph, and Kay Lillard give out food to and jill Kelley filloutforms forthe blood donors
blood donors. the Bloodmobile.
Page 77 text:
Betty Crocker Family Leader of Tomorrow-School
Winner: Sara Tatum.
Girls' State Representatives-Sitting: Lynn Nun-
neqf, Mandy Mathis. Alternates-Standing: Karen
Rogers, Sharmin Barnes.
Boys' State Representatives-joe Harrison, Richard
Lackey, Hank Pickett, Larry Lough.
Our school has always been lucky to
have students gifted in avariety of areas
Each year our students receive awards
and recognition for scholastic and lead
ership ability. These students, through
conscientious effort, have achieved
high goals, and should be commended
At the beginning of last summer, the
Girls' State Representatives spent an ex
citing week in Columbia learning about
governmental procedures, while the
Boys' State Representatives were spend
ing a week at The Citadel. The Voice of
Democracy Contest finalists on the
school level spentweeks preparing
their winning speeches. Our high
scorer on the Betty Crocker Family
Leader of Tomorrow Test won from
among all of the senior girls who par
ticipated in the school. The King Teens,
National Commended Merit Scholars,
and Furman and Presbyterian Scholars
were named according to outstanding
Page 79 text:
he 'Council of Blood'
As Student Council members, we schools for ways to promote student in-
mssed around ideas atthe volvement.
to try to improve school spirit. We formed committees within the
of us wentto the state convention council to work toward improving
harleston, and five of us went to the school spirit, grounds, curriculum, and
convention at Rock Eagle 4-H constitution. We tried having a Student
in Georgia. While we were there Grievance Committee, but it didn't get
fun, we exchanged ideas with very much response from the
members from other high students-maybe next year itwill.
We decided to sponsor a Blood-
mobile again because it was such a suc-
cess here last year. We sure are glad we
did, too. Compared to last year's 103
people, 125 people donated. And 96 of
them were students!
All of us helped Michelle Wood, Fifth
district Chairman, host the Spring Rally
here in April. We worked hard planning
H . p v. . It al, I, ,
Student Council President Hank Pickett helps out
with the Bloodmobile by carrying bags of blood to
their proper place.
Student Council Officers-joe Harrison, Vice-
President, Hank Pickett, President, Becky
4 ,f I' A
Pnl C0U'1Cil- FrOntR0vv1 Lynda Pike? lill Kel- Cobb, loanie Lawson, Renee Blanding. Second
Barbara Neal, Meredith Montgomery: Hank Row: Lewis Lee, ludson Pickett, Terry Ansley, loe
ett, President, Caroline Dickson, Rengy Harrison, Vice-President, Kay Hall, Correspond-
ing Secretary, Becky Branham, Recording Secre-
tary, Wanda Young, Richard johnson, Michelle
Wood, Sarah Turner, johnny Banks.
Student Council 75
Branham, Recording Secretary, Kay Hall, Corres-
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