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Stadium during the Homecoming Pep Rally
to greet the Eagles,
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And when we're older, we'll look back
On all the golden days,
And remember how one night
We sailed away . . . Greg Nivens
When asked about the 1985111-
nior-Senior Prom, Mrs. Cathy
Lutes said, 'The most treasured
possession I obtained was the
friendships formed with those
students that really cared. We be-
came a family with very special
Almost one thousand students
and about fifty percent of the fac-
ulty of East Mecklenburg went
"Sailing" with the junior Class as
their hosts last April 12, 1985, at
the Charlotte Civic Centex: "The
memories of that one special
night will last forever!" stated
Misty Whatley. Misty and Me-
bane Rash were the co-chairpexe
sons for "Sailing '85" and helped
organize and direct fifteen differ-
ent committees to reach their des-
tination. Ms. Judy Windle and
Mrs. Cathy Lutes, the class advi-
sors, both felt this was one key to
the success of the prom. "All com-
mittee chairpersons took their re-
sponsibilities seriously and care-
fully and together we achieved
our best prom," said Ms. Windle.
Mebane commented that "it
brought the class together since
the committees stayed after
school to work almost every day'
Wood carved, hand painted
sailboats, monogrammed by Mr.
Gene Morgan and Alice Hen-
dricks were handed out as favors
along with actual sea shells from
our Carolina Beaches. Two life-
size catamarans and painted mu-
rals, used as back drops in the
photographing of each couple,
helped decorate the center ac-
cordingly Up front? the ten man
band, "The Voltage Brothers",
jammed their way across the
stage from eight until twelve
p.m. Punch and cookies were
donated by the parents of the Iu-
nior Class, and were later served
by the fifteen sophomore atten-
dants, all decked out in summer
wear and sunlvisors. ' t
The Class of '86 had two major
fundraisers last year which
helped finance 'Sailing '85", the
homecoming balloons and the
chimes, but all the Board mem-
bers agreed that less money was
needed this year since everyone
i 'worked so hard. Summing it up,
Ms. Windle said, "There is no
way to name all the people that
helped and made this possible.
The support of the faculty custo-
dians, class of '86, and communi-
ty was incredible."
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