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Page 14 text:
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It was June Z 1985. At last, school was over. No
more books, homework, or term papers. Exams
were a vague memory After nine long months,
summer arrived and finally it was time for vaca-
iwttenihe ward "ifae5fi5n" wa? 'Earliest 'iiZfaQBfi?'itfC3f-ziliitaiiyr'
mentiened, the first7thingnthat,. "The peoplemat. tiratj' she re-
came to mind was the beach. But
where? Myrtle, Ocean Isle, Top-
sailclsland? What about the
French Riviera? That was where
Tiffany Myers' spent her vaca-P
tion.jShe was just one of the
rnanyg.East Meek students when i
spent their summer abroad.
For his second year, Mr. Mike
Arim toukea group of students to
France, Londen, and Geneva. I-le
recalled that fthe students were
"thrilled to see the sights they
hadlard so much abt1utQ"lSenior
Kristen Kesler traveled with Mr.
Arimls group because she had ale
were Wtntedtetevltetureref .Q
r yiamyt saaffal a1a+,0uf4
neyed to London, as well as Den-
mark, Sweden and Finland. He
tratieled with twelve others from
the Charlotte, Exchange Student
Program. Jimmy remarked that
he decided tnygot with ,C.E.5,R to
Wgetout and see different places"
as well as to learn about different
cultures. "I want to broaden my
horizons," hefsaidr l l y l t ' 1
"l didn't have anything to
losef responded Connie Smith
when asked why she entered, an
essay contest that offered a trip to
Berlin as the grand prize. With
her essay entitled "Why I Wish to
vaaMBer1in",, Connie won the
marked, "didnt act as friendly as
Americansjbut after you gotito
know them they were just as
nice." i l l it 'l '
The students got various reac-
tions when they told the people
they qwerel tmml ,iA1neriCa.i Mast
immediately thought bf Califor-
nia and New York along with LR.
Ewing and his cl f'They
thbughtl an we ate wel-at Manga
and hamburgers with ketchup
and french fries!" laughed Iimnty
Hewf-'vet i Mei Arie-.ants at-iitf:
different response, "The Parisians
felt, the Americans expected
'S' Qittfter ' the ' t summer was t utter
and the last baggage packed,g all
of the students felt they had
'gained something their ere
perience. "I really felt like la be-
longed there," remarked Connie
Smith, Kristen Kesler added, "I
learned how different everything
was, but still the same." Mr Arim
felt the students saw how easy it
was to travel in Europe. 'Tm hop
ing I can return," sighed Connie,
"so I can see all my friends again"
, y When the bell rings for French
lor German class, thse Eagles can
remember the people they met in
Hrance and Germany and smtle.
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Carolina girls: There's no other smile like the
ones in North Carolina.
Down by the sea: A Myrtle Beach sunset cap-
tured at low tide.
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that theme parks were a great place to find fuzzy
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Smile for America- Mr Arim
. . and his European trav-
elers - Kristen Kesler, Tiffany Tucker, jeff Heis-
tand, David Saunders, Henry Underhill, Mr. Mike
Arim, not pictured: Wendi Thomas, Aliesa Fishman.
Tres Chic!: Tiffany Meyers - the newest model in
ing across the French
Riveria was the perfect subject for a picture.
d'Azur: The sun shimmer'
Gon Just wasn't the same
after his visit to Denm lc
ar , Sweden, and Finland,
while Connie Smith
was more down to earth after her
visit to Germany
e Crazy. jimmy Schaffer '
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