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GIUDANCE PNRtCO HK3H SCHC ENRtCU maple STREETi ■iaiHII SiiB Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead. Ix)uisa May Alcott DEDICATION " Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” — Viaor Hugo For their unselfish devotion and many contributions to our school, the Class of 1979 would like to dedicate its yearbook to Mr. John Mariano (at left) and Mr. Joseph Giangrasso (below) the Fermi High School Music Directors. Both teachers have given many hours and exerted tireless efforts in order to make our football games, pep rallies, assemblies and community functions a celebration of life as well as music. Moreover, the enduring contributions they have made to the lives of each of the student musicians they have worked with can be fully measured only in the years to come. During the years we have been at Fermi, there have been many times when our spirits have been lifted by the music spilling into the hallways from the band room. But what remains closest to our hearts is the memory that as the seasons turned, each one had its own special sound. When songs like " Rocky” and " We Are the Champions” stirred the blood, could fall sports be far behind. And what would winter at Fermi have been without the joy and love that echoed in the beauty of the season’s music? Then, brassy parade rehearsals, heard through windows closed against the winter, would be our earliest heralds of spring. Finally, the bittersweet music of commencement exercises would signal an end and a beginning. Now that bittersweet music plays for us — one more time, one last time. Thank you, Mr. Mariano and Mr. Giangrasso, for all the beauty, and all the riches of memories you have given us. It is with great pleasure and pride that I congratulate, and at the same time, bid farewell to the Class of 1979. I sincerely hope that our teaching has been an inspiration to you, and that the knowledge you have gained will be of value as you go out into the world and meet the challenges of life. We have worked closely with you in the classroom, on the athletic field, and in your various co-curricular activities You have lived through an exciting period of your life. No problems of the future should discourage you permanently if you will face them. However, from now on you will be on your own in the acquisition of wisdom for yourself. I encourage each of you to give your ambition and dedication to each task you put your hand to, and success will be yours. We of the faculty and administration wish you courage, prosperity, happiness, and many full years ahead of useful citizenship in this unpredictable world. Sincerely, Mario A. Gentile Principal 18 20 BOARD OF EDUCATION — Front Row Mr Paul M Gaylor, Jr , Mr Carl Betkcr. Vice-Chairpcrson. Mr Francis A Burke, Chairperson; Mrs. Antoinette Strom. Secretary Back Row: Mrs. Patricia Fahy, Mr Gerald Fitzsimons, Mr. John Carney, Mr. E. Patrick Storey, Jr., Mr. Terrence Lynch. A %ttd1 GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 1 Mr Bruce Barmak 2. Mrs Catherine Warren, Chairperson 3. Mr Arthur Benoit 4 Mr David Wing 5 Mr David Shea M M wH miuWii SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT I. Mr. Thomas Ouellette, Chairperson 2. Mr. Thomas Snipe 3. Mr. Peter Creedon 4. Mr. James Reveruzzi 5. Mr. Donald Flebotte 22 ✓ 1. Mr. Robert Robbins 2. Mr. Gregory Quinlan 3. Mr Kenneth Lcssard 4. Mrs. Mary Gail Coickinias 5. Mr. Carl Gahm 23 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 1 . Mr. Brian Garvey 2. Miss Mary Ann Fonseca, Chairperson of English 3. Mrs. Eleanor Hines 4. Mr. Kim Markert 5. Ms. Linda Lazarus 6. Mrs. Carole Jonaitis 7. Miss Rose Porcello 8. Mrs. Linda Schlossman 24 MATH DEPARTMENT 1. Mrs. Cathy LaTaillc 2. Mr. Eugene Ryezek 3. Mrs. Carol Jones 4. Miss Nancy Closson 5. Mr. Joseph Scherr, Chairperson aa ' ' Baa ar IBB IBBB “1BBB y.aBB JBBB BBBB mmm 26 1 Mr Anthony Pessohno 2. Mrs Terlerto Jones 3. Mrs Anne Gorham 4. Mrs Pamela Gates 5. Mr Antonio Bastista 6 . Miss Darlene Wilson 7. Mr James Laudato 29 1 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION ? lr. Gerald Boucher FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM 2. Mrs. Elizabeth Nicholls CUSTODIAN STAFF 3. Roben LaTaille, Phyllis Morse, Antony Cardarella, Thomas Linehan Jr CAFETERIA STAFF 4. Front Row: Juanita Young, Marilyn Cammelleri, Laura Marios, Madeline Netkovick, Olga Captain, Jeanne Basile. Middle Row: Ina Bellefleur, Millie Bruno, Rose Manzone, Edith Santy, Diane McGuire, Rose Kaplan — Manager. Back Row: Irene Gaskins, Nancy Jones. 33 34 SPECIAL EDUCATION 1. Mrs. Judith Creedon LIBRARY 2. Mrs. Martha Dunn Mrs. Pat Holmes — Picture Unavailable 3. Mrs. Sharon Palmer, Librarian AUTOMOTIVE 4. Mr. Stephen Formanek NURSES’ AIDES PROGRAM 3. Mrs. Georgette Pare 38 Page 42: 1 Mike McCord 2 Bruce Schroder 3. Don Landry 4- Mary Grinuk 3 Louise Alabre 6. Sue Therrien Page 43: 1 Bill O ' Brien and Debbie Orr 2 Lynn St Germain 3. Steve Sombric and Fran Koperniak 4 Monica Try zna 5 Lon Murphy 6 Warren Shane SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Lynn Muracori, Director of Activities; Sue Sheehan, Historian, Bill Uzell, Treasurer; Terri Demers, Vice-President; Ann Mensinger, President. In September 1976, we entered Fermi as most Sophomores do — fright- ened yet enthusiastic, lost in our new, impressive surroundings, and awed by the poise of the upperclassmen. But with eager anticipation, we became Seniors looking forward to graduation and then again wishing it weren’t so near. We have experienced four years of growth and development. During these four years, we have grown in our ability to show our individuality, friendliness, and cooperation. Because of this, the Class of 1979 has sur- passed many previous classes in its accomplishments and will do so again in its future goals and dreams. Now we must face the day when we will no longer be high school stu- dents, but adults, eager and ready to face the world. This day, that is pre- pared for by persistent checks of calendars and is packed with all our mem- ories of the past, joys of the present, and hopes for the future, has now come upon us. We shall now relinquish our elevated position of Seniors to those next in line and step into the promising future. Many thanks to you, Fermi, and to next year’s Seniors, good luck. President, Ann Mensinger 48 Russell Ainsworth Judith Alexander Hdmund Amos Kathleen April Jane Apruzzese 49 Paula Apruzzese Roger Ares Karen Arnold Stephen Arnold Kathlene Arvisais Albert Babyok Michelle Bagley Denise Barnett Nancy Baltuskouis Beverly Baril Christopher Barrepski 50 Kimberly Bartis Jacklyn Banlett Prcmila Bartlett Angela Basile Julie Bastone Karin Baum David Beigel Robert Baumann David Bednarz Stephen Bellantuono 51 Susan Bosley Carmclina Bottaro 52 Craig Boucher Peter Bourgoin Kimberly Bray Denise Boulanger Myrtle Bowen James Breslin Barbara Brzozowski Renee Boudreau Renee Bouthillier David Brazauskas Francis Bugden 53 Patricia Butler Kellyann Byrnes Bernadette Callan Christopher Cadieux Lx)ri Caldwell Ann Calvi Mark Burke Steven Bushey Cheryl Butler Nancy Burns Todd Byron 54 Elizabeth Card Irene Cassotta Jane Cegelski I )nna Chaffee David Cardaropoli Thomas Ceniglio III Chris Catalina Karen Cardella Lawrence Carbonell Robert Campbell Glenn Carlson 55 Karen Chase Angela Cimadon Mona Chasse John Ciak Steven Clark David Choquette Kristi Chase Paul Chouinard Maryanne Classen Paul Cocchi 56 Patricia Cooper Wilbur Croyle Allen Cutter Pilar Cyr Debra Cybulski Mark Cote Robert Covaleski Susan Cunningham Bruce Cuscovitch Sharon Coffey Brett Collin 57 Charles Darby Deborah DeFranzo Peter Derose Daniel DeGray Lori Delay Lisa DeMay Terri Demers John Damon Susan D’Andrea 58 Mark Despres Mark Devin Sylvia Desrosicrs Gloria Diaz Andrew DiBattisto Cynthia Dion John Diorio Laurin Donor Gregory Dobosz Theresa Dodd Edward Dorgan Susan Droncy Theresa Dubuque Lisa Dube Helen Dufour Tamara Dunn Donna Dumala Deborah Dun ton Nancy Duren Laurie Edwards 60 Karen Fenner Daniel Ferracci Lisa Ferraro Robert Figella Francine Fabrico Thomas Fahey William Evans Martial Fauteux David Ferracci Michele Engelmohr Dean Fisher Richard Fitzpatrick Ronald Flaherty David Flanaghan Michael Flanders Louis Fleck Jeffrey Foley Douglas Fosberg Jeffrey Foxx Brenda Francoeur 62 Kathleen Giaccone Monique Gondek David Geng Robin Gilmore Gwen Gonyea Paul Gaylor Linda Gawle Judith Golab Tina Goodrich Carol Anne George 64 Debra Gould Debra Graham Lon Gray David Grenier Wayne Greenough Francis Grant Steven Gray Karen Goss Michelle Goulet Vincent Grady Kimberly Grape 65 Mary Grinuk Merle Grundy Evette Guilbault Mary Guilmette Roger Guilmette David Gutkowski Glen Guminiak John Guminiak, Jr. Stephen Haglund 66 William Haines Timothy Hanlon Barry Hallenbcck Beverly Hannington Cheryl Hanscomb Douglas Hapgood Kevin Harding Robert Hayden Alana Hayden William Hayden 67 Deborah Heath Donna Hebert Thomas Henry Beth Ann Healey David Heavener Maureen Henderson Ernest Heath, Jr. Richard Heben, Jr. Andrea Hietala Vincent Hogan Robert Hogrebe 68 Linda Holmbcrg Tracey Huddleston Richard Ivanoff Cynthia Hottin Kimberly Ingram Thomas Jandreau David Hosack Kelly Hughes Donald Jacques Ramona Janowctch Raymond Javorski Janice Jemiola Susan Johnson Wendy Johnson Charles Johnson Ellen Jones Mark Jones Robert Jones James Kane Nancy Karcz Laura Kaufmann Kathleen Kearns 70 Charlene Kenney Donna King Jerrold Kingsbury James Kelly Frances Koperniak Thomas Keegan William Kelly Linda Kenerson Elizabeth Kirkpatrick Maria Koblosh Timothy Kivlin 71 Laurie LaCroix Donald Landry Michael Lamothe Alan Lanouette Femande Labonte Marie LaCroix Deborah Langley James Kraucunas, Jr. Eli Kozlovich Kevin Lachendro Jane Korb 72 Robert LaRussa Liat Leech Crystal Lessard Henr - LaPalme Marion Lavaway Susan LeMay Roger Laplante Alesia Lee Scott Lcscault Robert Lessard Marc Level lie EX)nald Lord Suzanne Lord Andrea Machabee Michael Lupi Mark Macala Brian MacMullen Susan Lloyd Bonnie Lombardi John Liquori Bruce Lovely Monique Levesque 74 Joseph Malley Robert Mango Holly Marek Ann Martel Mary Marocchini Helen Marquis Melissa Martin Alvin Madore John Mailhot Catherine Maliszewski Russell Maggio 75 Mary Martinez Margaret Maslen Kathryn Inez McClintock Gregg McElwain Mildred McGill 76 Timothy McIntosh Laurene Meissner James Mercier Edward McMurray Ann Mensinger Jeffrey Michaels Sharon McKeown Judith Menard Mitchell Mercian Kammy Miller Susan Mitchell 77 Lucille Morin John Morrone Joseph Mule Thomas Motyl Sally Mueller John Mulkern Carol Moore David Morgan Michael Moriarty Gina Morello Kent Moskowicz 78 Kathleen Mullen Lynn Muratori Lori Ann Murphy Patrice Musso Mary Ann Myers Paul Nabors Bernadette Nai Ann Nelson Kim Nelson 79 Michael Neuser Timothy O’Konis Roger Olsen Jr. Joanne Parciak Ann Panella JoAnn O’Connor John Olko William O’Brien Deborah Orr Catherine Oliver Debra Parenteau 80 John Parsons Lori Patrick Cindy Peterson Lee Pascoe Michael Peabody Mary Lou Petroski Dawn Pilkington Sheila Parsons Robert Payzant Ann Petronella Cheryl Pinkerton 81 Francis Piorek Stephen Provencher Gail Puddister Sandra Poirier Mark Polek Keith Pliszka Leonard Preston Walter Prayzner, Jr. 82 Norris Rabb Brett Quinn Jane Randolph Kim Rauschenbach Teresa Raymond Christine Redderoth Robin Reed Deborah Reddin Gail Reed Christopher Reese 83 Lizabcth Roberts Daniel Roczniak Timothy Rooney James Robbins Jason Rivers Annette Rock Gina Rossetto Tina Robbins Scott Roberts Joel Rollins 85 Donna Sandford Steven Salter Mitchell Rudolf William Saltzgiver Carl Sarno John Sarno Sharon Sawyer Joseph Sarno Louis Saso Jennifer Sauve James Scalia rf 86 Mary Scavotto Karen Schafer Carol Schober Bruce Schroder Craig Schultz Thomas Semanie Warren Shane Susan Sheehan Lynn Siedlik 87 Kathryn Sigrist Christopher Skowronek Kathleen Smith Laurie-Ann Simpson Elizabeth Smith Christine Somogyi Patricia Sigrist Glen Slaydon Steven Sombric Roben Springer Ronald St. Amand 88 Susan Stanio Robert Stcars Judy Storey Deborah Strout Anne Strapp Steven Stathis Jeffrey Stein Lynn St. Germain Jennifer Stauble Daniel Stewan John Strogoff 89 Stanley Suleski Correen Sullivan John Sullivan Dan Syrotiuk Laurie Tarr Jamie Taylor Suz anne Telesky Lawrence Szeniawski David Tawse • =» Robert Teseny Penelope Testoni 90 Susan Therricn Michael Thibodeau Renee Thomson John Tittarelli Korine Tobey Chongjit Tongporm Ellen Toomey Monica Tryzna Joyce Tubbs 91 Thomas Turcotte Jeffrey Underwood Cynthia Vranich Dana Underhill Helen Vezina Donna Warzyski Kathleen Turmelle Richard Wallace William Uzell Donna Way Harry Weatherwax 92 Mary Webb James Whaples Donald White Robin Williams Katharine Wheeler Mary Ann Wheat Catherine Wilson Cheryl Westerbeck T ' j fegj Roberta Whitman 93 Jill Young Russell Young Brenda Younger Michael Zdebski Sharon Zapolski Lisa Zarcaro 94 In Memory of DONALD A. OSTRANDER March 5, 1961 — April 9, 1977 I shall pass through this world but once, If therefore, there be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do. Let me do it now. Let me not defer it nor neglect it — For I shall not pass this way again. 95 Timothy Holmes Randall Kamay Sheila Lamoureux Kevin McNulty Daniel Pellegrino Timothy Ruot Michael Strapp Patricia Valuckas 97 Fronr Row Dtbbie Orr, Lynn St. Germain, Kelly Byrnes, Lori Bergeron, Judy Menard. Second Row; Terry Henry, Diane Newton, Pam Dufficy, Cheri Gould, Cheryl Beaudoin. Third Row. Anne Marocchini, Ann Zdebski, Gail Suleski, Julie Krawiec (Manager), Jane Korb (Asst. Coach). I must say goodbye to these five terrific seniors: Debbie Orr, Lynn St. Ciermain, Kelly Byrnes, Lori Bergeron, and Judy Menard. I hope and look forward to make strong hitters out of my upcoming seniors. Girls, we all deserve sincere congratulations for a first year team, and also for the best fall season record here at Fermi High. Great job! bfiss Carbone Page 100 1 Junior Anne Marocchini spikes Enfield 2 Senior lairi Bergeron .V Senior Debbie Orr sets up the play 4 Senior l.ynn St. Ciermain Page 101 1 Senior Judy Menard. " Volleyball Power!” 2 A rare miss by a Falcon! C " Now listen. Judy, my legs are nicer than ■ ours! " Junior MVP Cheryl Beaudoin " To be. or not to be . The Girls Do a Great Job! When it’s time to read the sports section of a yearbook, I hope that no one will pass over this small, cute, talented, and yet tough group of girls that played on the varsity and JV volleyball teams. This was our first full year as a member of the CCIL. Out of the 18 league matches, only two schools shut out both JV and varsity. That left us with 16 matches that were not shut outs to the opponents. Our biggest win, of course, was against Enfield High School, as we took our fourth victory against them in two years! VARSITY — First Row: Coach Nuccio, Ron Flaherty, Larry Szeniawski, Vin Hogan, John Liquoti, Steve Proventher, Joe Natale, Jeff Underwood, Bill Gaines, Steve Sombric, ( ' oach Occhiuti, Co-Captains, Bruce Cuscovitch, Pete Derose, Mitch Rudolf. Second Row: Ed Langan, Mark Griffith, Paul Gaylor, Vin Grady, Norris Rabb, Ed McMurray, Kyle Reese, Dan Stewart, Lee Pascoe, John Diorio, Coacb Barker Third Row: Mike Russotto, Jim Arcouette, Jim Spence, Mark Dupont, Steve Melctcs, Kevin Mulcahy, Cbris Locklear, Ray Percoski, Frank Tobey, Sal SanFilippo. Fourth Row: Aaron Brooks, Dave Mercik, Sal Vella, A1 Golab, (Tris Rilev, Dan Korb, Pat Sherman, Kevin Powers (Student Trainer), Coach Brown. The varsity football team ended its season with a record of 5-4-1. The offense was sparked with outstanding performances by quarterback Ron Flaherty, center Jeff Underwood, halfbacks Steve Provencher and Pete Derose, fullback Mitch Rudolf, and split-end Vinnie Hogan. Our defense really proved itself this season with key performances by Bruce Cuscovitch, tackle Paul Gaylor, and linebackers Ed McMurray and John Liquori. The defensive backfield w-as one of the best in the CGIL, led by defensive back Jim Spence and safeties Bill Gaines and sophomore Sal Vella. Although w ' e were hurt by injuries, this team will be remembered as on with spirit and fortitude. They put all they had in beating crosstown rival Enfield, 20-8, a game which they wall never forget. Coach Nuccio Page 102 2, Senior Ron I ' ljlK ' rty (aptains .Mitili Rudolf. Bruce Cusiovinli. Pete Derose Page 10. 1 Sc-nior Pd l..inpan 2 " Rumble ' " " Steal Curtains " 1 " Novc a moment of silent meditation 103 Row 1 Joe Fontana, Joe Ouellette. Nick Giaccone. Dtew- Royce. Tony Sitler, Tom Brady, Jim Kucienski, Jim Brewster. Oiach Barker Second Row: Mark Healy, John Stevens, Paul Guilmette, Pat Sherman, Sal Vella, Sean McMurray, Dan Korb, Jim Taylor Third Row Mark Semanie. Jim Tarnowicz, John Vranich. Steve Meletes. Ray Percoski, Mark Dupont, Steve Moore. Ben Ortiz. Ed McGuire Fourth Row Aaron Brooks, Dave Mercik. A1 Golab, Randy Nason, Jim Arcouette, Mike Russotto, Chris Riley, Kevin Mulcahy, Scott Morgan. To the spectator no sport has more spectacle than football. To the man on the field, no sport offers greater glory — or greater pain. He must be a man, for he spends much of his time literally on the field (with a number of men on top of him.) But when he breaks loose — ah! What can compare with that great moment? Esquire P. 104 1 Senior Mitch Rudolf 2. " Hands Up!! " V Coach Nuccio and ( ' oach Barker Page 105 1 SENIORS: Row 1: Mitch Rudolf. Pete IX ' rosc. Bruce Cuscovitch Row 2: Kevin Pow- ers. Vm (irady. John Diorio. Kyle Reese, Ron Flaherty. ' in Hogan, Jeff L.Inderwood, Bill Caines, John l.iquori Row Mark Criffith, Ixc Pascoc, Steve Sombric, Paul Caylor. Joe Natale, F.d I.angan. Larry S eniawski, Norris Rabb, Dan Stewart, F.d Me Murray, 2. Junior Jim Spence The " Senior Crunch ' " t. Senior Bruce Cuscovitch 105 Front Row Lon Delay. Co-Captain. Nancy Duren, Co-Captain. Donna Sandford, Co-Captain. Second Row: Carrie Blevins. Kim Lord. Deb Savage. Fran Bourque, Lori Moriarty. Lvnn Blevins. Darlene Mann. Gretchen Pieper Back Row: Miss Sullivan. Carol Moore. Mary Martinez. Ann Gregoire. Lynn Lapponese. Mary Ellen Craddy. Barb Loubier, Patty Egan. -Man Griffith. Laurie Bagley. Leah Secondo, Joyce Langan. Susan Menard. FIELD HOCKEY HAS BEST RECORD IN THREE YEARS The 1978 Field Hockey season of 4-6-4 represents a high, first degree of effort, skill, determination, and teamwork. Under the leadership of senior tri-captains Ix)ri Delay, Nancy Duren, and Donna Sandford, the team improved with each game. Seniors Carol Moore and Mary Martinez also aided in the total team effort. Each of the senior members will be missed next fall. The junior varsity squad, while winless, did well to stay in every game in the tough CCIL. Congratulations to Mrs. Gates, and to Co-Captains Lynn Blevins and Mary Griffith for a fine first season. My thanks to each member of the varsity squad for her realization of Fermi’s out.standing reputation of fair play, honesty, and sportsmanship. I look toward 1979 with anticipation for an even stronger season. Miss Sullivan Page 106 2 Junior MVP Lynn Lapponcso 1. Senior Mar Martinez in action 4 Some fancy stickwork by Junior Leah Secondo Page 107 1 Juniors Joyce Lanpan and Lynn Lapponese arc ready to battle their op( onent. 2. Joyce Langan. " Na na-na-na-na!” .V Senior Captains larri Delay. Nancy Duren, and Donna Sandford 4 Junior halfback Laurie Bapicy 5 Sophomore forward Clretchcn Pieper gives her all 107 Sitting: Al Keenan, Jim Olson (Captain), Dave Gaio (Captain) Kneeling: Jeff Johnson, Lee Kelting, Joe Swiatek, Jeff McGee, Steve Benvenuto, Steve Lobel, Jan Ostrander, John I,ambert, Todd Bergstrom Back. Ken Fuller, Dan Alabre, Mike Riley, Mark Landry, Geary Mills, Bob Evans, Ken Anderson, Ed McGuire, Mr Reveruzzi. With a record of 15 losses, 0 wins, and 0 ties, the Fermi B(X)ters ended the season with the worst team record ever. Valuable lessons were learned by both the coaches and players. The first lesson is that it is not neces.sary to win, but to have spirit. The second lesson is that it is necessary’ to be committed to the sport. Next year, all of these lessons learned will work in our favor. Perhaps, w ' e will achieve a complete reversal. Coach Batista Page 108 1 Senior Pete Bourgoin 2. " There they go! " 3. Junior Zannis Gazis 4 Junior Bob Scavotto heads downficld 3 The Fermi bench Itxiks on Page 109 1 Stxcer is a kick in the grass! 2 Junior Dan Kenney 3 Junior Bob Winch gets away 1 CkkxI defense by Pete Bourgoin Sitting: Lou Fleck (Captain), Pete Bourgoin (Captain), Chuck Darby (Captain) Kneeling: Mr Batista. Dean Berry, limmy Breslin. John Parsons, Ray Javorski, Ed Ostolski, Zannis Gazis. Back: Bob Sokol. Bob Winch, Don Pierce, Jeff I Peltola. Fotios Gazis. Mike Mayo, Bob Scavotto, Dan Kenney, Doug Girard Front Row; Beth Russell, John Lynch. Steve Baker. Dave Hancock, Jeff Young, Laurie Gonzalez. Joan Jouzaitis. Back Row: Coach Ryczek, Kathy Kane, Paul Lamben. Tim Wingen, Jim Patterson. Captain Chris Reese, Ray Lareau, Jim Staszko. Pam Hade RECORD LOWERED FOR CROSS-COUNTRY Running does not mean the same thing to all people. Running is a sport for individuals who are interested in giving not taking. This year’s team broke a Fermi record for the lowest team total, time-wise, and lowest score in a dual meet. That score was 38-17 and it came against crosstown rival Enfield. The team was lead by senior captain Chris Reese. The team and I thank him for a great job and wish him the best of luck. Coach Ryczek RUNNER There ' s not enough air in the sky for his lungs to gulp A full draught that would quench the heat in his blood. His heart is about to pound apart and his legs Are flogged slaves from a conquered country. They ' ve trodden the ground till they ' re numb. He has run all morning and run while the sun in the heavens Lurched to the top of its climb and hung, un moving All that long noon, spreading the drome of its heat And all the while his dogged feet Ran on in the dust, and ran Past gates that opened and doors that tilted ajar On quiet and gardens where fountains sighed And languorous women as the light streamed from their hair Looked up with secretive smiles that said At last you ' ve arrived here. ' Yet still he plods on through behind him his shadow grows longer And the shadows of trees are meshed with their boughs and their trunks. That unending roads he treads in a narrow- passage B night will he know that the path he follows Is the earth ' s w heel, spinning and spinning. Page 1 1 0 1 Captain Cihris Reese 2 Sophomore Tim Wingen V Jim Staszko. " Keep on truckin ' " 1 Junior Jim Patterson Page 1 1 1 1 Junior Dave Haneexk 2 Junior Jeff Young V Junior John Lynch finishes ' 1 1 1 Front Row: Laurie Wallcnhaupt. Nancy Porccllo, Mary O’Brien, Paula Boulanger, Ellen Traynor, Lori Lamothe, Kay Dugan, Julie Chapwell, Sandy Brazen. Second Row: Coach Robert Lengyel, Judy Alexander, Kim Rauschenbach, Beth Healey, Debbie Graham, Ellen Jones. Back Row; Laurie Williams, Patti Barr, Debbie Bonfiglio, Erin Welch, Amy Hunt, Kara Welch. . 1 $ CO-CAPTAINS DO OUTSTANDING JOB The girls swim team was led by co-captains Beth Healy and Kim Rauschenbach. The two girls did a great job in leading the team to a record of 3 and 9. The team was also helped by outstanding swimmer Kay Dugan. The team and I would like to wish all the seniors good luck. Coach Ix ' ngyel " Morale is the most important thing a human being has, whether he is tackling a job or whether he is going to war or whether he is trying to gain a peace. It is the belief in the sport, and when you know someone is with you, if the people sitting alongside you are ready to support what you say, what you do, you believe together, you have got a strength that is very hard to defeat.” Dwight David Eisenhower P. 1 12 1 Senior Judy Alexander 2. Superstar Kay Du an breaks another record h Mary O’Brien takes another first Page 1 1 3 1 Cioaih Ixn sel adds the score ' 2. The final lap ' ’ (iaptain fkth Healey I Falcon swimmers ive some support 113 TRI-CAPTAINS DO OUTSTANDING JOB — The boys ' swim team was led by outstanding performances of Senior Tri- (laptains Bill O ' Brien. Bill Bvans. and Scott Rolx-rts. Senior Bill O ' Brien did a gcxxi job at maintaining his own records and did an outstanding job in the (Xdl.. Tri-C!aptain Bill hvans was exceptional in backing his own records in the UX) yard freestyle and the ' sO yard freestyle. The “ ' 9- 80 swim team will miss the senior swimmers. All grow th depends upon activity. There is no development plnsicalK or intellectually without effort, and effort means work XX ' ork is not a curse; it is the prerogative of intelligence, the only means to Manhood and the measure of civilization. (John) Calvin Coolidge Page 114 — 1. .Sophomore Steve Benvenuto 2. Scott Roberts, Chris Cadieux, Bill Evans, Dave Mercik, Dan Korb, Dave Cardaropoli. Scott Townsend. Bob Evans, Ceorge Young, f ib Avery. Cilen Roberts, Joe Sw iatek, Ciordcin Henley. Bill O ' Brien. Mark Ottman. .A " ' XX)w! " They cleaned the pcxil ' 4. Senior Bill Evans Page 1 1 5 1 y-niDC Volt Roberts 2 Sophomore Stc c IXnc vens to s Junior ( lonlif lknli ' 115 After losing eight seniors last year the Fermi High Sch(X)l Wrestling Team has proved that there is plenty of talent left. Senior C. ' aptain Norris Rabb has an undefeated season with other outstanding performances by Jan Ostrander, Bill Johnson. Jim Olson, hd Ostolski, Kelly Neale, Doug (iirard, Tim Desjardin and C. ' hris (iatalina. It may be safe to say that this year is a building year for the Fermi Falcons, having a team dominated by sophomores and juniors. However, they have worked hard and their performance is to be respected. There is no doubt that self-discipline will pay off in the future. Page 1 16 — 1. Senior Kent Moskowitz plays " monkey see monkey do” with his opponent. 2. Junior Fxf Ostolski takes his man down single-handed. y Senior C ' aptain Norris Rabb gets out of a jam with a Superman Leap. 4. Team Photo: First Row; Steve Bellantuano. Kent Moskowitz, Captain Norris Rabb, Orayson Beezer, Chris Catalina. Second Row: — Dennis Berr -, Doug Ciirard. Fd Ostolski, Tim Desjardin, Tom Brady, Mike Dobtjsz, John Stauble, Kelly Neale, Jan Ostrander. Third Row: (ioach Vern Badger. Dianne Draus, manager. Ann W ' illiams, manager. Mark Pietras, Jim Olson. .Mark Landry, Chris Ciough. Bill Johnson. Laurie Sombric, manager. Lisa Ciates, manager. Coach .Mazzini. 5. Junior .Mike Dobosz takes a nap during a match. 6. Tim Desjardin struggles with his opfxinent. Page I O — 1. Senior Ciray son Beezer struggles for another pin ' 2. Sophomore Jim Olson gets ready to make his move. .V Captain Norris Rabb. 4. Bill Johnson poses a second for the cameraman as he gets ready to take down his opponent. 5. Junior Kelly Neale always gets his man. 117 19 8-79 Girls’ Basketball Season — The team was comprised of six seniors, five juniors anti four sophomores. Ciaptain Jane Korb. who missed all of last sea,son due to an ankle injure ' , has inspired the team to a 6-4 record so far this .season. Jane has also pulled dow n 9. rebounds a game to help Fermi. Junior Joyce Langan has led the offense with 12.5 points a game, assisted by Senior Ann .Mensinger. Leading theJ.V. was (atptain Ixah Secondo with 8.6 points per game and an average of ten steals per game. The J.V. record so far this season is 6-4 thanks to the help of first-year Cioach Diane Derose. .Many thanks to the seniors for their time, effort and leadership on and off the court. Page 118—1 TEAM PHOTO — First Row : Kath Thomson .Manager; Carrie Blevins. Kara W ' elch. Sherry Rollins. Tammy Nadeau. Jane Korb. Barb Copeland Manager. Second Row: Coach Diane Derose. Leah Secondo, Lynn Lapponese, Ann Marocchini, Joyce Langan. Donna Sandford. Ann Petronella. Ann Mensinger. Gretchen Pieper. Debbie Heath. Terri Demers. Coach Jim Murphy. 2. Junior Ixah Secondo stuns her opponent. i. SENIORS — First Row : Jane Korb. Donna Sandford. Ann Petronella. Second Row: Terri Demers. Ann .Mensinger. Debbie Heath. 4. Guard Terri Demers doesn ' t let anyone get in her way. 5. Jane Korb magnetizes the ball to stay in the air. Page 1 19 — 1. Junior Starter Joyce Langan uses her special touch on her shot. 2. Point Ciuard C ' arrie Blevins keeps the ball in her command. 3. Senior Forward Ann .Mensinger puts a shot up for two! 4. Senior Guard Dt bbie Heath blocks another opponent’s shot. 5. Forward Donna Sandford pleads for the ball. 6. Sophomore Gretchen Pieper with a perfect follow-through. 119 1. Front Row, Left to Right: Lee Piscoe, Rocky Piczosa, Todd Wingen Captain, Bob Teseny, Steve Provencher, Back Row: Assistant Coach Ed Provencher, Tim Keene, Bob Sokol, Matt Kopec, Keith Porcello, A1 Golab, Terry Preston, Jim Panerson, Head Coach Lucien Joly. This year’s team was composed of four seniors, and seven juniors. Three seniors saw varsity action last year, Todd Wingen (Team Claptain) Lee Fascoe and Rocky Pac osa. Seniors Texid Wingen and Ixe Fascoe have been leading the Falcons. Texfd with a 20.5 points per game, H.5 rebounds and leading field goal percent Lee with a 1.L5 points per game, rebounds and a seventy five percent free throw average. Early into the season the Falcons have comprised a 2-8 record, yet the team is looking forward ro a gtxxJ second half. VChth the State tournament still to be played the Falcons are lcx)king forward to achieving a spot by jelling as a team and having a winning second half to their season. Page 120 — 2. The Fermi Falcons fighting for a ltx)se ball. 3 SUPER SENIORS — F ' ront Row, Left to Right: Bob Tesen , Steve Provcncher. Back Row; Lee Fascoe, Tcxld NX ' ingen, Rcxky Paezosa. 4. Senior Ix ' f Fascoe cutting off a pass! 5. Senic:)r Rocky Fac osa. Page 121 — I. Senior Uaptain Tcxld W ingen. 2. Junior Jim Patterson, after completing .i successful la up. 3. Fermi wins the tap! 4. Senior I3ob Teseny. 5. J.V. Basketball — Front Row: Tim NX ' ingen. A1 Ciolab. Back Row: Scott Morgan. Todd Bergstrom, C. ' raig Melquist, Tim Uotnoir. Mark Kaplan. Sean McMurrarv. Cleary Mills, Coach Ed Froxencher. Cireat Flayers . . . have the poise and grace of outstanding ballet dancers. The game is one that requires balance, co- ordination. speedy reactions. It tempts evert normal young boy because it does not require great physical strength, but mental stability and courage. The player must bx- in superb physical shape to have the endurance the game demands. It also demands unselfish co-operation, it provides xaluable mental and physical training ' X ' ard Lamlx-rt 121 I fVont Rt)u. Ixft to Right Cindy Samson. Penny Frew, Fran Koperniak (Co-Captain), Sue Sheehan (Co-Captain). Kathy Rowan. Laurie Strapp Back Row-: Advisor Mrs Han ' ' c«»m. Rubin (iilmore. Kath Cjolec. Ann Nelson. CJiuck Theofiles, Kathy Turmelle, Sally Mueller, Denise Boulanger The Varsity Cheerleaders began their 78- 79 season by participating in a chcerleading competition held at the University of Connecticut. This is the second consecutive year that the Varsiry has gone to a National Cheerleading Camp the summer preceding football season. The girls won four ribbons in the categories of Most Spirited. Bc-st Pyramids and Stunts. The cheerleaders have worked ver - hard to perfect their routines. They are constantly incorporating new cheers and mounts into their routines to demonstrate their inventiveness and versatility. In September, the twelve giils were joined by one male cheerleader. He must w ork ver ' hard to develop the strength and precision of the cheerleading squad. Tliroughout the long football and basketball seasons, this year’s varsity- cheerleaders have definitely shown Fermi and other sports fans their dedication and excellence in the sport of cheerleading. The Junior Varsity squad cheered only during the basketball season. They spent several weeks getting acquainted while they diligently practiced to prepare for their first season together. They were off to a gcxxl start when early in the season they won two ribbons for their mounts at a one day camp in Ixdyard. Congratulations to all of the Cheerleaders for a very successful year. Mrs. Hanscom Page 122 — 2. Senior Denise Boulanger. Senior Penny Frew and Junior Candy Samson marching in the Homecoming Parade. 3. Senior Ann Nelson showing off her karate lessons! 4. The Fermi Rollercoaster! 3. Co-C!aptain Sue Sheehan starts a cheer. Page 12.3 — 1. Senior Sally Mueller " It was about this big ' ” 2. Senior Penny Frew " No Autographs, Please!” 3. Senior Kathy Turmelle showing off her left Jab ' 4. .Senior Denise Boulanger. 3 J.V. CHEERLEADERS — Left to Right, Front Row: Karen Provencher, Laurie Edwards, Sue Marcinowski, Karen Ferreira. Lee Ann Cilmore, Kris Neale, CTer 1 Thresher Back Row: Patty xiebski, Lisa C avallero. Karen Coffey, and Linda Spanswick. 123 The 19 ' 8-79 Hockey Team has been a strong team both offensively and defensively. Senior Steve Richer has led the CiCdl. in scoring, while Mike Flanders, Rik Rits, Jim Kraucunas and Markku ,Makisalo have given Fermi that extra scoring that placed us first in our league. Defensively, Rob Hayden, Craig Chichester, Rits, and Kraucunas have proven to be a sound backlinc with some- good checking. They ' ve given goal tenders Tom Henry and Chris (iatto an easier time in net. All in all, the Falcons have given a great season, and 1 will miss seniors Paul Ciaylor, Rob Hayden, Tom Henry , Todd Byron, Steve Richer, Jim Kraucunas and Joe Mule, and our two exchange students Rik Rits and Markku Makisalo, but I look forward to building a stronger team next year and working with the juniors and sophomores. Page 124-1 TFAM PHOTO — Left to Right, Kneeling: Todd Byron, Paul Gaylor, Jack Reilly, Rob Hayden, Tom Henry, Chris Ciatto, Steve Richer, Jim Kraucunas, Mike Flanders, Joe Mule. Second Row: Coach Eric Lepp, Dave Celino, Craig Chichester, John Mule, Rik Rits, Markku Makisalo, Jeff Peltola, Mike Riley, Bob W ' inch, Rich Vasseur. 2 A quick fake by Rik Rits! 3. Breakaway 4. Rob Hayden finds a dancing partner? 5. Jack Reilly winds up for a slap-shot. Page 125 — 1. Captains Steve Richer and Rob Hayden 2. Senior Net Minder Tom Henry guards the net. 3. Markku Makisalo threatening to score. 4. Jack Reilly sends a zinger from the point. 5. Rik Rits heads down the ice. A 125 Page 126 — 1. Senior Steve Richer heads the face off. 2. " Come on, he’s right behind me” 3. " Come out from in there.” 4. Junior I3ob VC ' inch 3. " This is stamped ' Air Mail’.” 6. " Catch that man!” Page 12 ' ' — 1. Senior Rick Ivanoff 2. " I’ve got happy feet!” 3. Senior Paul Claylor puts his best foot forward. 4. " I’ve got you now.” 3. " Just you and me.” 6. Faster than a speeding bullet. 127 t - 1 MATH TUTORS — Linda Jones, V ' itky Stebbins, Alctriec Thompson 2 INTERNATIONAL CLUB — First Row: Joe Ouellette, Lisa KelU . Sue Menard. Second Row: Christine Sowuleski, Jackie Cox, .Man F ' llen Hartley, Mike Vemy, Mrs Young, Advisor. Third Row: •Mike Wilson. Terry Benson. Joan Jouzaitis, Marie Cox S HL .MAN INVOLVE.MENT PROGRAM — First Row Mary .Ann Plocharczyk. Mary Ann Wheat, Angela Cimadon, Richard Lecuyer, Vinny Hogan Second Row Terry Bulgajewski, Aletrice Thompson, Mary Madej. Denise Hurley. Cindy Miller Third Row: Tina GocxJrith. Barb Loubier, Teresa Szeniawski, Sally Lane, Loretta Bergeron. Kathy Sigrist. Mary Scavotto, Marylou Petroski, Bev Baril. Mr Wood, Advisor. 134 ENRICO FERMI 135 1. Anne Swiatek, Barb Allen, Randy Kamay, Ray Javor ki 2 AS SCHOOLS MATCH WITS - Front Row Randy Kamay, Anne Swiatek. Second Row Ray Javorski, Barb Allen. Arlene Satkowski. 3. Advisor Mrs, Hines watches the team work toward their victory 4 Senior Barb Allen 1 . Front Row Judith Golab, Rcbctca Weaver, Nancy Burns, Elizabeth Smith. Second Row: Valerie Therrien, Sherri Egan, Douglas Fosberg, Flelen Dufour, Lisa Zarcaro. Renee Bouthillier, Brenda Francoeur, Robert Campbell, Cheryl Hanscomb. Patricia Angelica, Mr Gerard Boucher Third Row: Margarctte Jones. BeverK .Mayo, Karen Kranz, Janet Skowronek, Sharon Stanio, Sylvie Bizier, Karen Weseliza, Cindy Samson. Top Row: Peter Collins, Karen Johnson. Kenneth Culver, David Targonski. Laurie Lefebvre. Teresa Szeniawski, Joanne Montella. 2. " Hello . This is Nancy Burns. I won ' t be in for work today. " % UTERARS ' MAGAZINE Jimmy laws, Michelle Bouchard, Jerry Kingsbury. 136 ENRICO FERMI ENFIELD. CT CHAPTER NO 5505 OF AMERICA »r7, v;rlS| r « ) itiif 1 1 1 1 First Row Miss Hawkins. Mrs Btrtrand, Bcv Hanninpton, Kathy Turmdic. Jim Kelly, President; Dan Roezniak. Ixe Paseoe. .Mr Pcssolano Second Row : Sal San F ' llippo. Jack KelK. Matt Alaimo, Thom Semanic, Kllen Toomey. Ann Martel, Deanna Riggles, Patty Duffy. Third Row ljuric Hdwards. Bernadette Ciallan, Tim Wingen, David White, Tim IX-siardin. .M I Rielly. Peggy Maslen. Fourth Row: ' in Grady, Dave Targonski, Jackie Cox, Pam Dinino. Ann Zdebski, Warren Shane. Ann Nelson. 2 FBLA .MFMBERS — Jim Kelly and Dan Roezniak selling refreshments at the games. 3 FOLK CLUB — Miss Baionc, Terry Dominik, Mr W x)d. 137 138 1 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — Front Row Sharon Coffey, Cindy Gatto, Melissa Gainey, Nancy Durcn,_Iohn Liquori, Carol Schober, Donna Sandford, Cindy Vranich. Second Row: Sue Sheehan, April Ciamage, Terri Demers, Lynn St. Germain, Thom .Semanie, Sheila Parsons, Ann Mensinger, Ray Javorski. , Third Row: Maureen Henderson, Lisa Ferrato, Kim Ingram, lain Gray, Sally Griffith, Dave Heavener, A1 Bab ok. Fourth Row Carol Moore, Kim Rauschenbach, Bev B.iril, Joe Malley, Dave Flanagan, Randy Kamay, Tim Hanlon. 2. Senior Carol Schober .V Juniors Mary Madej and Robin Messier 1. Nurse Wilcox — advisor to Future Nurses’ Club 2. CREATIVE CLOTHING - Beth Dugan, Ann Nelson, Nancy Karca, Sue Bartholomew, Gloria Diaz, Melissa Telesky, Lynn Siedlik, Gail Puddister. 3. FUTURE NURSES ' CLUB - First Row: Joyce Macsata, Mildred McGill, Terry Malinoski, Mrs. Parc Second Row: Mrs. Wilcox, Robin Messier, Mary Made), Mary Scavotto, Lisa Wilcox, Jennifer Stauble, Michael Hoffman. 139 140 ft ’ 1 1. Senior ski club member Jeff Underwood. 2. SKI CLUB OFFICERS — Karen Provencher, Secretary; Carol Moore, Co-President; Jason Ziemnicki, Treasurer. 3. Senior Ski Club Members. 4. Junior Ski Club member Anne Zdebski. I HIKING (,Ll ' B — I ' ront Row; Paul Diorio. DavcOlino. Dan Kenney. Dan Ix ' athe’. (.eiine C.alsetta, (.hris (.onnor. Row 1 IX ' b (Iraham, Carol , I x re. .Mrs. Hansiom. advisor: .Mr Ciarvey. advisor; Mrs Meffernan. .ulvisor. Beth Roberts. Donna .Mdler. Jim Stas ko Row 3: Nola ' I ' hite. Kathy Oliver. Holly Marck. Ann . ' lartel. (.indy .Miller. Kim (ramble. Pam Spera a 2 The Junior and Sophomore Ski Club .Members. 3 Junior Ski Club memlx.-r .M J Reilly 1 CROSS-COUNTRY SKI CLUB — Front Row .Mrs Heffernan. Advisor; Pat F.gan. Kathy Richards. Deanna Riggles. Laurie Falw ards. Ann .Martel. Chris Donelan. Mr Barmak. .idvisor Bat k Row Holly Marek. Kathy Oliver. Jeff .Michaels. BAND COl’NCIL — First Row Karin Baum, Beth Card, Jill Young. Second Row: Ann Swiatek, Janet Wilbur .Melissa Ciainey, Barb Allen, Barb Hansen, Terri Nuccio, Eileen Ruby, Tom Keegan, Kathy Schroder 2. Drum Majorette Karin Baum leads the way Fermi High School Marching Band 142 1 Mixed Chorus and Concert Choir Officers: Front Row: Secretary — Beth Dugan; Librarian — Kim Grape; Treasurer — Laura Kauf mann. Second Row: Publicity — Terry Malinoski; President — Eileen Ruby; Librarian — Barbara Allen. 2. Mixed Chorus: Front Row: Cory Slaydon, Gloria Evans, Laura Kaufmann, Steve Warren, Patricia Amelotte, Betty Wlazlo, Catherine Schnepf. Second Row: Sharon Zapolski, Trat 7 Watson, Lori Maggio, Kathy Pearson, Cindy Griswold, Denise Lazure, Kelly Grady, Vicky Owen, Jeanette Samplatsky, Darlene Spencer. Third Row: Normandie Harris, Cheryl Covaleski, Mike McCord. Karl Damon, Sue Barnett. Concen Choir: Front Row: Sandy Brayson, Kim Grape, Beth Dugan, Laura Kaufmann. Pat Amelotte. Sue Brazauskas, Linda Herzig, Kim Strobcl, Andrea Cadieux, Terry Malinoski. Second Row: Celina Galbraith, Barbara Allen, Janet Wilber, Barbara Quinn, Robbin Priest, Kathy Carr, Joanne Simlick, Debbie Flanagan, Mr G, Third Row: Eileen Ruby, Scott Dove, Tom Keegan, Jim Mangino. Kim Bray, Doris Rivard, Mary Ann Myers. 144 1. Senior: Andrea Machabee 2. Majorettes: Lisa Dube, Kris Fiscnmann, Andrea Machabee 3. Seniors: Kim Bray, Melissa Gainey 4. Front Row: Kim Bray, Marianna Cheverie, Terri Nuccio, Melissa Gainey, Ginny Maher, Margie Jones. Back Row: Doreen Dufrane, Kathy Foxx, Tammy Kranz, Linda Herzig, Nancy Hover, Kathy Jacobs, Laurie Lefebvre. Missing Janet Lapinski. I BOWLING CLUB - First Row Pam DiNino.John Avery, Arlene Satkow ski. Kevin Flanaghan, Setond Row Rich Labbe, Gerry Isabel. Joe- Donahue. Paul Diorio, Dana Edmundson. Mike Parakilas Third Row ; Cindy Griswold, Jeff ' I’oung, Danny Lombardo, Steve Hawk. Mike Hoffman, Brian Crouse, Brian Fortin 2 HORSE CLUB — First Row Kathy Richard, Mary Ann Pkxharczyk, Cathy Oliver, Ann Martel. Diana Rigglcs. Terry Henry, Martel. Deanna Riggles. Terry Henry, Holly Marck, Mrs Gorham. 146 147 1 CHESS CLUB — Firsi Row: Glen Jamieson, Jimmy Blevins, MikcGilly. Second Row Tom Stevens, Ed Cooney, Mr Ixssard, Dave Targonski, Pete Menard 2 LIBRARY AIDES — Left to Right: Don Clavton. Helen Marquis, Sue Swiatek, Chris Taylor, Tern Dominik 3 HERO CLUB — First Row Mark Wallace, Betsc Trowbridge, Teresa Bosley , Leanne Gilmore, Carl Damon. Second Row: Debbie Strout, Jennifer Sauve. Debbie Dunton. Phil Rolcy. Third Row A1 Golab, Larry Enderle, Kevin Blake, Gary Jones 148 1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Fronc Row: President Craig Pernard, Vice President Jenn Underwood. Batk Row: Treasurer Kathy Golee, Sciretary- Beth Dugan, Director of Activities Barb Loubier. Historian Mark Lillis. 2. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS — Back to Front: Treasurer Kara Vi ' clch. Director of Activities Laura Catalina, Secretary Maureen Rixck, Historian Tom Panaccionc, President Harry Captain, Vice President Carolyn Kemp, 3 STI DENT-FACULTY SENATE MEMBERS - Lisa Gates, I,aurie Sombric, Diana Carlone, Lori DaPrato, Nancy Breslin. t SES EXECUTIV ' E BOARD — Sue Menard, Secretary; Erin ' X’elch, Treasurer; Terri Demers, Chairperson; Bev Baril, Vice Chairperson. 3. Student-Faculty Senator Bill O ' Brien with Chairperson Terri Demers at the Sophomore Initiation Dance. 1 Senior Paula Apruzzese at an SFS meeting 2. Junior Vice President Jennifer Underwood 3 STUDENT-FACULTY SENATE — Front Row Mrs. Sherwin, Advisor, Sally Griffin, Mike McCord, Don Lord, Bev Baril, Terri Demers, Bill O ' Brien, Mr Wing, Advisor Secernd Row Mrs Frost, Advisor, Wendy Johnson, Sue Sheehan, Laurie Simpson, April Carnage, Paula Apruzzese. Jim Kelly, Tim .McIntosh Third Row: Lisa Taylor, .Maureen Rtxak, Laura Ciatalina, Laurie Wollenhaupt, Liz Nicholas, Sue Menard, Barb Ixjubicr, Erin Welch, Ciraig Bernard, Matt Grandonico. Fourth Row: Lon DaPrato, Nancy Breslin, .MaryEllen Hartlec, Sue Brazauskas. Mark Lillis, Kathy Ciolec, jenn Underwtxxi, Beth Dugan, Eileen Ruby, Anne Swiatek Fifth Row Harry Captain, (ilaire D ' Aleo, Patty Zdebski, Laurie Sombric, Lisa Ciates, Kara Welc h, Tom Panaccionc, Mary O ' Brien, Cihris Riley, Chris Taylor, Joe Sw iatek, Mike Zapor, Carolyn Kemp •1. SFS Cihairperson Terri Demers presides over one of the monthly meetings 3 Sophomore Vice-President Carolyn Kemp 149 150 mfyil 1. Homecoming Queen Kathy April and escort Thom Semanie. 2. The " Spirit of 79’ ” Senior Homecoming Float 3 HOMECOMING QUEEN RUNNER-UPS — Louise Alabre, Robin Gilmore, Fran Kopcrniak, Sally Mueller. 4. Cathy Oliver caught by the camera. 5. Spirited Seniors. 151 152 153 The Junior-Scnk r Prom, was held on February 3, 1979, at the Twin Hills Counf y Club. The Senior Host and Hostess were Steve Buck and Mich ile Bagley, and the Junior Host and Hostess were Mike Russott ' and Robin Bailey. Page 1S4 ■ - 1. Mark Cote and Colleen O’Keefe 2. Seniors — Tom Ceniglio and Cindy Gatto 3. Senior Host«nd Hostess — Steve Buck and Michelle Bagley 4. Seniors — Lori Murphy and Jim Kelly 3. Lynn St. Germain and Steve jarmex Page 155 — 1. Juniors — Madelyn Netkovick and Mike Albert 2. Juniors — Kurt Light and Anne Swiatek 3. Terri Demers and Don Staples 4. Juniors — Kevin Dupre and Kim Bergenholtz 5. " Bill, the whole universe is right there!” 155 1978-1979 TRACES YEARBOOK STAFF 1. Senior Co- Editor Bill O’Brien 2 THE STAFF — Nancy Breslin, Kathy Sigrist, Terri Demers, Anne Strapp, Bill O’Brien, Carol Moore, Leah Secondo Row Two: Bev Baril, Mark Lillis, Miranda Macala, Bob Teseny, Sue Menard, Bemicc Gannuscio, Amy Hunt, Scott Williams. 3 Business Manager Terri Demers. 4. Senior Co- Editor Anne Strapp. 156 The Traces staff of 19 8 and 1979 recognizes Miss Mary Ann Fonseca as our outstanding advisor. Her inexhaustible energy and tireless efforts, as well as her remarkable leadership abilities, have made working on our yearbooks these past two years a deeply challenging and rewarding experience. Miss Fonseca is a dedicated advisor who has devoted endless hours after school, on weekends, and during vacations for the perfection of our yearbooks. ' I’et time is not all Miss Fonseca contributes. By working w ith her, we have learned to recognize our own skills and talents, and have even discovered some we never dreamed existed. Thank you. Miss Fonseca, for being our advisor, our teacher, and our friend, and for the success you have helped us achieve for our yearbooks. Page 1S9 — I Junior .St.iff Membe r Ixali Sceondo 2. Junior Staff Member Naney Bresim .C Traces Advisetr Miss Mary Ann b ' onseea TO ACHIEVE AEE THAT IS POSSIBLE, WE MUST ATTEMPT THE IMPOSSIBLE — TO BE AS MUCH AS WE CAN BE, ' 0( ' E MUST DREAM OE BEING MORE — Gale Baker Stanton 159 p P r? K. CcJP ' (U u aC jQiuxi xiTw nll V ph _P Y ■PiUCy r art ano UJh V K P ' " ' A- 3 L 0 ' t :4 r -,0 , ' (f. r t A v kS» iD-u(4 ' dy yu) ySjuj K) y 163 1 MOST ATTRACTIVE Bob Baumann and Kathy April 2. CI SS BLUSHERS Tim R x)ncy and Mary Guilmette 3. SWEETHEARTS Steve Buck and Michelle Bagley 164 4 MOST ATHLETIC Jane Korb and Steve Provenchcr 1 MOST DIGNIFIED ljune SimpM)n jnd Djn Rotzmak 2 BUSINESSLIKE Mark Burke and Kathy Turmelle 3. MOST LIKEI. ' i ' TO SLRCi;!;!) Tern Demers and A1 Babyok 3 ARGUMENTATIVE Thom Semanie and Sharon Shanler (missin j from piiture) 165 166 i 3. QUIETEST Cindy Dion and Tim Hanlon 4. CLASS ARTISTS Carol Moore and Barry Hallcnbcdc 5. MOST ABSENTMINDED Steve Blake and Mary Ann Classen 6. BEST SMILE Mike Zdebski and Fran Kopemiak 2. FRIENDLIEST Steve Provencher and Kathy Turmellc 167 1. CUTEST Mary Guilmcttc and Bob Baumann 2. MUSICIANS A1 Babyok and Karin Baum 3 BROWNIES Bill Uzell and Sue Sheehan 4 BEST BUDDIES Chris Redderoth and Joanne Bosco 168 1. CLASS CLOWNS Mark Devin and Ann Pctronella 2. SHORTEST AND TALLEST Kim Cirapc, Todd Wmgcn, Doug Hapgood and Jen Stauble 3 FEMINIST AND CHAUVANIST Bev Baril and Thom Scmanie 4. DONE MOST FOR CLASS Mark Burke and Terri Demers 170 1 ANGEL AND DEVIL April Gamage and Mark Devin 2. STUDIOUS Randy Kamay and Barb Allen 3. BIGGEST APPETITE Sharon MtKeown and Paul Gaylor 4. TALKATIVE Sylvia Desrosiers and Thom Scmanie 171 172 173 A TRIBUTE TO THE DIRECTORS 1. Mrs Jonaitis enjoying the get together. 2. Miss Mackley — lost for words of gratitude. 3 Walter Prayaner getting into the parry. 174 1. Miss Macldey cutting the cake 2. Mrs. Jonaitis — delighted with her gift. Mrs. Carole Jonaitis and Miss Mary Mackley, the two dedicated directors of Fermi Lamplight- ers, have led aspiring young actors and actresses with love, patience and skill through five fulfill- ing and enriching years. Under the guidance of Mrs. Jonaitis and Miss Mackley, Fermi Lamplighters produced One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest in 1975, and Damn Yankees scored well the same year. In 1976, Lamplighters presented The Crucible. In 1977 they brought audiences to the little village of Anetevka with Fid- dler on the Roof. Bye Bye Birdie, a hilarious spoof on the Rock- ' n’-Roll era, was the 1978 production. An added dimension to Lamplighter achievements was the Lamplighter’s Childrfen Theater produc- tion in 1979 , which sought to instill in the youngsters a genuine love and interest in the theater. After five years of great success, Mrs. Jonaitis and Miss Mackley are resigning as Lamplighter directors. What they leave behind is a legacy of greater self-understanding and personal growth for Fermi Lamplighters. Although they bid farewell to the Lamplighters, what they have culti- vated will continue to grow and flourish for years to come. 175 ■,c , . ,:f ' r t £ ' v.-„. ,, - S ' , Vit J ' fcfj ft ' - ' ■ • ' ' ivftf . li .re TjCai " ' ■ ' i ' .-: J ' .vjl«ikl ij(iiii-?t ! 1, 2, , ,by9ne - ' - ' vumTeaiB " |, •i; Boys’ »«n Team ;Drtv s4. fj tch Wis 2 3. 4; Baiii nr 2; Cewert ' Cboi _., j4, ' - ' nve4,: t ly ineJQinL ■ ;, ' " So iU ’n cnili viinn ’ ' " Happy ate ' V ctRim )tetoiE pay the pike tOroatce ; them come in .’ English Awood 1; Yearfaaidi l . (Iay««it Editor) 3. 4; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Soid t Facvlty Senate I, i, 3, 4: (Vice Pmaiknll; 2, 3;lao t iins I, 2, 3, 4 ( 3iaitpaaqn) ; Hbat €m i iinicic e 2, 3; S enio r ' JF om ContmiaEe 2.- 5; Human fifvcdvemeBi Pnjgram . - 4; Student Rcprcscnadte: iltionat (ji eentiDn Stu- ' i4m douncils J; Afield Abs fewvaJ 4; ' U nGCi£ Senior Graduaiioti 3: National Honor Society i. 4; ' SsphomMeButtuisn Dance 3: Magazine Drive 4. ' D. . ' y - iioli ' drSeniw Prom Ownmittec 4. . " . ' r ' l lijrane!’’ : ’ Vai:baQk l; ' C!hib !( Honor Roll t, 4;.Ski Qub 2, .. 3, A ' ■ ' . . ' ■- - . . ■ : ■ ! 2, 3j4; ' Setgp Bii d, ley, I ' iori, who is D.B ■ ’’ DECA2,3. Kathleen April " Kathy” " Snowflake” " I’ve had it! I’m quitting, Bev, let’s go apply at Den- ny’s!” Homecoming Queen 4; Magazine Drive 4. Jane Apruzzese " Anyone for the beach!!” Softball 1; Yearbook 1; Class Night Committee 1; JV Baseball 2; Varsity Track 2; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 2; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior Senior Prom Committee 3; Sophomore Initiation Dance 4; onor Roll 4; Ski Club 3; Magazine Drive 4. Ifriall -h.2:: Studtmt Facility Stephen Arnold " Oh well, ya know” Honor Roll 4; Magazine Drive 4. Kathlene A. Arvisais " Kathy” Cheerleading 1; Softball 1, Class Night 1; Varsity Bas- ketball 2; Varsity Track 2; Junior Float Committee 3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Class Night. A] Babyok Algebra Award 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Geometry Award 2; Christmas Show 2; Senior Variety Pit Orchestra 2, 3; National Honor Scxriety 3, 4; Lamplighters 3, 4; Pit Orchestra 2; Varsity Ttack 4; National Merit Scholarship Com- Premi fa B»deti tinjli igcChabJ. 1 , M L .. .IIIHII I.J.XJ II ■ " " Angie” " I’m leaving early today.” DECA4. Julie Ann Bastone " 1 don’t get mad I get even. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Musician 1; Basketball 1 (Var- sity), 2 (JV), 3 (Varsity), 4 (Varsity); Field Hockey 1 (Varsity); Volleyball (Manager) 3; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Cooking Italian Club 3; Jazz Band 1; Float Commit- tee 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Honors 3; Pep Band 2, 3; Guidance Aide 1 ; Chess Club 1 ; SoftbaJl 1. Karin Baum " Band ten hut ten hut.” " Down.” Band 1; Sophomore Representative 2; Vice President 3; Vice President 4; Drum Major 4; Jazz Ensemble 1, 3, 4; Girls’ Track 2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Lampli ters Orchestra 2, Hono r Ro ll 1 . . — - . tAw arjLk P c Ytarbm k Track 2; Volk JjoatTommitti Gaig Michael Boucher " Bouch” " Hey, she isn’t too bad.” Soccer 1 Varsity; 2, 3 JV; Ski Club 1, 2,-jit4 jHaMt. Roll 3, 4; Float Committee 3, 4; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4. Renee Boudreau Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Girls Track 2. Denise Marie Boulanger " Let’s go to Pluto.” Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1, 2; Varsity Cheerleading 1, 3, 4; Varsity Swimming 2; Jr Sr Prom Hostess 2; Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4; Dance Gmmittee 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Float Com- mittee 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, Tri-Qptain 4, M;(ga- car»r es nsive woman, and the HIGH 3c” ' Magazine Drive 4. David Bednarz " Oh, calm down!” " Hey Danny, at least I graduated.” Ski Club 2; Magazine Drive 4. David A. Bcigel " Beagley” " Let’s get small.” Boys’ Varsity Swim Team 2, 4; Bowling Club 1; Float Gmmittec 4. Stephen Bellantuono " Bell” " You won’t know where I’m coming from, ’til you know where I’ve been.” Magazine Drive 4; Cafe Rendevous 4. Nancy Benson • Bouthillier " T h God!” " Are you kidding,’ I’m never geiS ried!” Homecoming 4, Fashion Show 3, 4; DECA 3, 4; PresP dent and Vice President 4. Myrtle Bowen " What?” " Gter you guys.” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Maga- zine Drive 4. Kimberly Ann Bray " Get off my case.” Gmplighters 1, 4; Drama 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Nurse Qub 2; Guidance Office Aide 2; Color Guard 3, 4; Hip Program 4. David Brazauskas Bowling Club 1 ; Ski Club 2. James Breslin Yearbook 1; Soccer JV 2; Varsity 3, 4; Wrestling Var- sity 2, 4; JV 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. 176 Barbara Broztrwski j L vJf pWwopoIT " Barb” " Hey like wow!” ' ’Serenity is not freedom from the 2, }, 4: Bov VingCluh 2. storm, but peace amid the storm.” ' Yearbook 1; Honor Roll 1, 2. 4; MagazinfJWW 4 Homecoming Float Committee -I, Clf»T£l 4 Mark Burke " Hi how are " jB CffiLten kidding.” Bicentennial Float Commmec 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, .4; Class Night Committee 1; Guidance Aide I; Main Office Aide 1; Library ' Aide 1; Chorus 1. 2. 3; Yearbexjk 1; Student Faculty Senate 2. 3, 4; Class Rep- resentative 2, 3. Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3, 4; International Club 2; Fund Raising Committee 2, 3; FBLA 3. 4; DECA Treasurer 1. 4; Fcxxl Service 3; School Store 3; Honor Roll 3; Chairman Homecoming 4; Magazine Drive 4. Nancy Gwenena Bums " Ukc a flower I’ll need some room to grow in grace and then to bloom.” Lamplighters 1, 2, 3, 4 Officer; Chorus 1. Student Council 1 . Office Aide 1, 2. 3; Track and Field 1. 2. 3, Captain 1 yr.; Sophomore Initiation Dance Committee 3; DECA 3, 4; Fashion Show 1, 2, 3; Fermi English Representative to Big K Steven M. Bushev " Busch head for the mountains.” JV Wrestling i Qicryl Butler) " Kid” " Dimpled " What a fool.” Lamplighters 1; Yearbook 1; Class Night Committee 1; Dancx Committee 1. Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Track 2; Office Aide 3; Grad uation Ifsherera Homecoming Committee 4 ; Magazine Drive 4 ; Class Trip 4. Karen Ann Cardella " Dell” " Ms. Young, can I have a pass.’” Ski Club 1. 2, 5, 4; Honor Roll 2. 4; Girls ' Swim Tc-amc JV 2; FBLA 2; Spanish Club 3; Magazine Drive 4. i Honor, Roll ' Ij " 2. 3. Guidance Aide 2, 5; Magazine Drive 4 t- - Todd By ton " ( " mon bell . ring!!” “ JV Hotkey 2; Varsiry Hockey 3, 4. Kcll J. Byrnes " Bymesie” " Kell” " 1 don ' t believe It” ' Qass NlgBr ' Wffl ttce 1; Volleyball JT 3,’Vaf?1l||1, Nurse’s Aide 3. I Tflff I r Float Com mictcc 4, Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 4 David Cairo " Don’t let you meat-loaf ' ' " Baseball 1, 2, 3; TerinTs Ij 3; Basketball 1.3; Foot- ball 2. - Chris Cadieux ' " Knowledge is gocxl.” Ski Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Swim Team 2, 3,4. Glen Carlson " Yogi” " You know, you grow mally.” Intramural Hockey 2. 3. Irene Cassona " Rene’ ' " Get outa here!” Yearbook 1; Office Occupations 1. 2. 3, 4; Honor Roll I, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Christopher Catalina Football 1; Wrestling 4. Thomas Ceniglio 111 " Cenig’ " 1 don’t know " ’’Incredible ' Wrestling 1. 2; Track 2. 3; laimplighters 3, 4; Band 4; Magazine Drive 4. Karen Joy Chase " Kerin Chiz ' ’ " I ' m o.k., you ' re so-so.” Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Guidance Aide 1; Pep Band 1, 2j Cbss Night Committee I; Main Officx Aide 1; Libran Aide 2; Lamplighters 2, 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4. Kristi Ann Chase i ■TCris” " No. Karen’sfiot my sister Band 1 ; Qass Night Cortunitte Cuidance Aide 1 ; -Var iiy Ti fk 2. 3: I.arTypl htfjs 2. 4: Office Aide 2. 3. 4. Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4. International Club 2; Math Tutor 3; Graduation Host- ess 3; National Honor Sot lety 3, 4 : .Magazine Drive 4 Patricia Ellen Cooper " Coop” " I wish O.B. was here! " ’ Yearbook } ; Class Night Committee I ; Dance Com- mittee 1. 2. 3. 4; Honor Roll 1,’2, 3, 4; Girls ' Varsity Track 2; Student Faculty Senate 2; Paim Committee 2. 3; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3. 4, Ski Club 3, Usherette for Graduation 3: Hom eroom Representa- tive for Magazine Drive 4 Mark Edgar Cote " (3ur» is not the reason why. Ours is to do or die ” Susad Cunningham " Sue ' ’I ’ Who’s got the car, let’s go to breakfast.” l lian Cooking 3; Honor Roll 3. Bruce JanrfS Cuscovitch " Qtagic ' ' " Where’s M.J.?” JV football 1, 2; Varsiry Football 3, 4 Tri-Captain, Ski Qub 3, 4; ' Track 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. ‘ Allen Cutter Rocket Club 1; Library Aide 1; Concert Marching Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Jazz Ensemble I. 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim ' Team 2; Office Aide 2. I bra Cybulski " Got a cigarette? nna Cybulski Is Jeff t re? ” -£l t N yr Mona Marie Chasse ’Jtbn” ' ' Chass’ ' " Holy Shmokes.” Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2; Homecoming Float Ma g; ne . is3S : es, that’s my . st name!!!” Honor Roll 3, 4, Office Aide 3, 4, ClaAT 4 hn A. Damon " For sure!” " Take it easy.” Honor Roll 2, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Human Involvcn nt Program 2, 3; Food Service 3, 4; Cafe Rendezvous 5, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Commirtcc 2. 3, 4; Graduation Hostess 3; Tennis Team Varsity 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 4; Prom Committee 4; Dance Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4. Angela Cimadon " Angie” . . ' " Where ' s hcin?” Ffoiwr Roll 2, 3, 4r anish Club 2, 3; Human Bernadette Callan Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4. Robert Campbell " Why do you always laugh at me?” Bowling Club 1; DECA 3, 4 Vice President; Lam- plighters 3. Lawrence Richard Carbonell " Larry” " I’m psyched.” Band 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3; Sen- ior Variety Show Orchestra 2, 3; Lamplighter Orches- tra 3. Elizabeth Cora Card " Beth” " No kiddin.” ’’Far out!” Band 1 , Vice President 2, 3, 4 President; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Involvement Program 2. ' 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Suzanrtc L Gzeski ... " Sue” " Oh, you wish!” Varsity Cheerleading 1; Girls ' Basketball 2; Girls ' Track 2; Float Committee 3. 4; National Honor Sexi- ety 3, 4; Usherette for 1978 Graduation 3; Honor Roll 4; blagazine Drive 4. Steve Clark " Plymouth Roadrunner »1.” Hockey 2. 3; Ski Club. Maryanne Classen " Mac” " Oops I forgot.” Office Aide 1; Ski Club l;.rV Track 3; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3. 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 3; Student Faculty Senate 3, DECA 4. Paul Cocchi " What a rush.” Ski Club 4. Sharon Elizabeth Coffey " Life is a bunch of broken nails. " Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3. 4; Homecoming Float Committee 2. 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3. 4; Susan D ' Andrea " Sue” ’’IBHrikTc ' ” " Life’s a ghetto " FBLA 3. Charles Darby " Who, what, where, when, why?” Soccer 1 Varsity, 2 JV, 2, 3, 4 Varsity, 4 Captain, Maga- zine Drive 4. Deborah J DeFranzo " Deb” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Field Hockey 2; Magazine Drive 4; Office Occupations 4. Lori Delay Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4; MVP 3; Captain 3, 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2; Honor Roll 1. 2; Float Com- mittee 3, 4; Nurse’s Aide 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Terri Demers " I ' m not that short.” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, President; 2, President; 4, Vice President; Class Night Committee 1; Superintendent ' s Advisory Board 1; Principal ' s Advisory Board 1 ; Biology Award 1 ; Citizenship Award 1; Yearbook 1, 3, 4, Business Manager and Photo Editor; Student Faculty Senate 2; 3, Secretary, 4, Chairperson; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Track 2; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 2, 3; Human Involvement Program 2; National Honor Sexiety 3, 4; Jr Sr Prom Committee 3, 4; Sophomore Initiation Dance 3, 4; Outstanding Student Award 3; Harvard Book Award 3; Yale Book Award 3; Representative National Asso- ciation of Student Council Convention 3; Magazine 177 Drivt 1, DAR Citizenship Award 4. Peter I ' krosc " t ou only live onec.” Basketball 1, Football 1 Varsity; 2, 3, JV; 4, Varsity, Tri-Captain; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Base- ball 2, 3, JV; Homeroom Representative for Magazine Drive 4. Sylvia M. Desrosiers " Syl” " If you don ' t know where I ' ve been, you can ' t know where I ' m coming from . . Mark Devin " Moose” " Dev " " Hey babyl” " It’s not everyday you meet a guy like me " Football 1, 2, 3; Comedy ' Workshop 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2; Lamplighters 4. Gloria Diaz " Buns, buns, buns. " Class Night Committee 1; Human Involvement Pro- gram 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club President 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Cynthia Marie Dion " Cindy” Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Human Involvement Program 3; Magazine Drive 4; Office Occupations 4, John Diorio Rxjtball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Ski Club 3, 4. Laurin Donor " None of the above.” Honor Roll 1 2, 3. 4; Combined Art Show 3, 4; Maga- zine Drive 4. Edward Dorgan Lamplighters Pit Band 3; 4; Stage Band 1, 3, 4| oncen Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. lisa Dube " Lee” " Where’s Annette?” Track Manager 2; BantJ Majorette 2 3, 4; DECA ' 3. 4; Fashion Show ' 3; DECA Competitive Events 2nd Place 3; Magazine Drive 4. Titeie. ' ie M. Dubuque " Terri” Girls’ Field Hockey 2; Honor Roll 2; Magazine ESSve 4 ; Off ice Occupations 4. Patricia Lywi Duffy " Pany” y " Keep it clean. Peg,” tblor Guard 1; Lamplighters 1, 2.-3, 4: Library Aide I ; Senior Fjtcwdl Pmun 2; Hixnecomir® Float Commit- tee 2. 4; Hemsenuster Office Aide 2, 3cs4i DECA 3; FEtA4. Helen Du ur J " Where ' s Susie Q?” ■•1- " ‘ Library AWc 1 ; DE€A 2; 2; Honor Roll. I nna I mala j % " Make a wish ao dreafn dream . . Nomatter how- unrcal they Tomcif w’s beatsSful arid new. and filled with dfe s ' thatw®! come tr .” Imentational C«b 2, W stling 2; (piib 3,-4; Mag azmeDrived. g , j " ' J ' Mary EJumcsn® ' 4 S’ j ' Hortoi Roll 2, ® Magazi Drive 4 ' Tammy Dunn y. Honor Roll 1 , 2 ; Iv pzine Drive 4, ■ Deborah Jeanne DuntOn " Debbie” " Deb” ”1 wish Steve was-herc " Cafe Rendevous 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; HERO 3. 4 178 ■ " Nancy Louise Duren " Nanc” Algebra I! Award 1; Yearbook 1; Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2 JV, 3 Varsity, 4 Varsity and Tri- Captain; Track 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 Treasurer; Lamplighters Make-up 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Class Night Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4. Laurie Jean Edwards " Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?” Yearbook 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Smdent Faculty Senate 2, 3; Cross Country Ski Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Jr Sr Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4. Michele Ann Engelmohr " Mick” " Be Serious.” Yearbook I ; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Track 2, 3, 4; Office Aide. William Evans Track 1, 2; Honor Roll 1, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4 Tri-Captain. Cross Country 2, 3; Francine Fabrico " It is to be feared that people will be so accustomed to bondage as to forget they were ever free!!” Samuel Adams Thomas Fahey " What’s up?” Martial Fauteux " Ted the Head” " Head tor the mountains.” Hero Club 4. Lisa A. Ferrate Yearbook 1; Field Hockey I; Honor Roll 1, 2, .3, 4 : Human Involvement Program 2; International Club 2; Lamplighters 3. Robert Figella " I don’t know what’s going on.” ChcK Club 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,-4. Richard A. Fitzpatrick " Fitz” Fbotballl, 2; Baseball JV 1, 2, Wfsity 3, 4; Hockey 2 Ronald Flaherty Football Varsity 1, 3, 4; JV 2; Ba jadl JV 2, Varsity i 4. David-Flahaghan " Wait a minute. Something ' s wseng here.” Chess Club 1; Bowling Team k 2; Honor Roll i, 4; Nationai HonorSociery isA. ISichad Elanders . ’’Easy” hefty.” Lao’Al rsitv 2, 3, 4. - - Jeffrey Foss " Hi, how ya doing?” Patricia Lynn Foxx " Patty” " Guess what, me and Frank are back together.” Lamplighters 2, 3. Brenda Francoeur Student Council 1; FBLA 2, 3; Faculty Senate 2 DECA 2.3,4 Secretary. Jennifer Diane Freeman " Jeni” " Cut it out!” Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 3; Math Tutor 4. Laura Jean French " Laur” " Really!” " That’s Cool!” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Nurse’s Aide 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Penny Frew " Little One” Varsity Cheerleading 1, 3, 4; Class Night Committee I; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; JV Cheerlcading 2; JV Baseball Manager 2; Home- coming Float Commirtec 2 , 3, 4; Farewell Prom Com- mittee 2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; National Honor ' Society 3. 4; Guide for Open House 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Magazine Drive 4. Frances Ann Froment " Franny” Student Council 1; Office Aide 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Ionise Gagnon " Shun” " To LIVE is to be FREE!!” National Honor Society 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4. William A. Gaines " Burger” " Southbound.” Football 1, 2, Varsity 3. 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Melfssa Gainey " I’m so embarrassed!” Nurse Office Aide 1; Class Night Committee L; Honor Roll L,2, 3. 4; Human Involvement Ptogram 2; Newspaper Staff 2; Color Guard 3, AsSamw Captsn, 4 C ein; National Honor Stxicty 3, 4 Sedmry; Siti Qub .3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. . April 1 ot Gamage “Anyone for the beach!!” 1 tfonor Roll 1 . 2, 3, 4i-Senior Farewell; ftaa Conum ■ tee 2; Hwoccoming Committee 2 Jr7Sr ftam Qpmmittec 3; Ski Club 3; National itoncKf )civ3,4; , Magazine Drive 4. C 2, ' Varsity 3. 4, G Captain; Ski Club L 7. 3 Committee 1; Class Night Comminee L; ' Q jJqng lulian Club 2, Committee 2,3: Student F iriry Senate 2, Prom Committee 3; Magaztne Diivc 4 • jd reyfok Track 2.4 ' ; Ski Club Z, 3- Douglas Kurt Fosberg Jr. " Fozzy Bear’’ " How’s it going, Hey.” Theatre Art Show l; Track 2. 3, 4a Cwss Country 2; Arts Festival 2. 3, 4, Chairman AU 3 Years: PecosCIub 2: Enfield Square Art Show 2; Fashion Show 3. 4; Chcerleading 3; DECA 3, 4; FBLA 4; F|)ai ming Parade 4. Robert CalES Ski Club .3. 4; M azinc Drive 4. ■William A. Gacs Cynthb B- Gatto “Cindr ' " Oh, it’sK) cute!” , , Yearbook Staff i; .Qass RoH L- 2 , 3..4: Nurse’s Off fee -Seciety 3, 4; gjoke Norses of Drive 4, Linda Ruth Gawfe " Twiggy” " Rnda” f have you seen fen j Drama I; Hurmr Roll Club 4. (. ' si ' ' ■ it ftral Michael Gaylor III , " 7 " Mike” " No wiy.” Rxxball JV 1, 2, Vtniry 3, 4; Track Varsity I. 2; Hotkey JV 2, Vanity 3, 4; Float Comminee 2, 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4. Katbieer May ' Qiactone -Kith " J -No sir. " ’ L ' brary Aide 1, ' 2, 3, 4; Nurse ' s Office Aide 2, 3, 4, Girls’ Track ;’4; Ski Club 3, 4; Nurse’s Aide 3, 4; Magaane Drive 4. Robm PamelaCrimore " Robi Chee ading 3,-?, VafsTtyT, 4; Softball 1; ijonor Roll 1, 2,3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 5; Baseball Manager Ptom Committee 2,-3 Homecomin 2, 3, 4; FBI fti; Karional Honor Stviery 3. 4, Magazine Drive 4 ■ X r Judith Gotab , " Forget yesterday, don’t hope for tomorrow, just live theTODAVS ' ” " Ptom Committee 2 DEC , 4; FBLA 3; Office Aide 3, 4; Ho ijecoming Dance mntfttee 4. Monique iondek " I have no idea.” ( Gass Night Commhiee 1 ; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Ush- 1 crette for Cradujj 2; Track JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Intra- murals Voll g n 2, Cafe Aide 2 BLA2 3 Interna tional Club 2 l(JIUiy RMe fKn mc Drive T drith Oven Susec CaQO) ea , " Kid” _ ' " Now Aat’s ydty " Ski Gub 1 , 3, 4 Magazine Drive 4. f ’tmalbiadr " Vk ' icfced good.” • Oitxus 1, 2, 3Jitortiiqg Band 3; Library Aide 3; Mag- azi ne Dave fof f ice Aide 4. ' Karen Goss " What are we ' doit this weekend?” Flonor Roll 1, 2, 3 ; Ski Club 1, 2; Nurses’ Aide 3. 4; Magazine Drlve4 ' L ive4. 7 ‘ Debra Gould " Deb” " If you love sorilething set it free, if it comes back it’s yours, if it doesn’t it never was.” Magazine Drive 4. Michelle Goulet " I ' m not skipping Guilmette.” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; FBLA 4. Vincent Grady " Where arc all the girls?” Ffxxball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Student Faculty Senate 2, Senior Float Cotnmittcc 4, FBLA 4. Debra Graham " I’m going bananas " ’ Band 1, 2, 3. Yearbook 1; Girls’ Swim Tram 4, Maga- zine Drive 4 Kimberley Grape " little Bit” " 1 don’t know.” Lamplighters 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3; Magazine Dnve 4. Lori Gray " Lor " " Hey pooh!” Gass Night Committee 1; Honor Roll 1,2, 3. 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; National Honot Society 3, 4; Homecoming 3, 4; Sophomore Initiation Dance 3; American History Award 3, Magazine Drive 4. Wayne Greenough " Hey you guys ' ” Baseball JV 2, Varsity 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Swimming 2, 3; Variety Show Band 2, 3, 4; As Schools Match Wits 4 David Grenier Food Service 1, 2. Sally A Griffin " Lor, 1 just don’t care.” Gass Night Committee I; History Award 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Class Officer Treasurer 3; Prom Committee 3. 4, Student Faculty Senate 3, 4; Volleyball 3; National Honor Stxiety 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Ma rk Griffith " 1 forgot to do my homework” Football 1, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4. Mary Grinuk " Grinch” " Grin” " I know!” Office Help I; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Magazine Drive 4. Evette Guilbault Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Christmas Ornament Sale 2, Dance Committee 3; FBLA 3, Career in Business Day 3; Magazine Drive 4. Mary Ann Guilmette " Sammie” " Hey Goulet you wanna skip?” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 4, Float Committee 4, Magazine Drive 4. David Gutkowski Soccer 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Stephen Haglund " Patdu ” Hockey JV 4 Barry Hallenbcck Hotxsr Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Arts Festival 2, 3, Nation4 Honor Society 3, 4. Timothy Hanlon Band Award 1; Earth Science Award 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Lamplighters Pit Orchestra 2, 3; Northeast Regional Band 3; National Honor Society 3, 4 Qieryl Hanscomb " Dave, wanna go out for breakfast?” DECA 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Douglas Hapgood Magazine Drive 4. Kevin Harding Honor Roll 3, Hockey Team 4; Magazine Drive 4. Stephen Hawk " 1 don’t know.” Bowling Club 1,4; Honor Roll 2, 3. 4. Alana Hayden " Is that you.’” " I’m serious!” Honor Roll 2, 3; Student Faculty Senate 3, 4, Sewing Gub4 ' Roben Matthew Hayden " Rob” " Hey, let’s go out to lunch?” Honor Roll 1,2, 3; Track 1; Ski Club 1,T. 3. 4, Vaftity Hockey ' 2, 4 Captain, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4 Captain, Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3; Magazine Drive ' 4. William Hayden " Bill” " Let’s score on some?’’ Beth Healey " Yeah, right.” Girls’ Swim Team 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain; Boys’ Swim Team Manager 3, 4. David F Heavener " Heav” " Hey, that’s the breaks ” Football 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Donna Hebert " If at first you don’t succeed, quit.” Math Aide 1; Student Faculty Senate 2. Richard Hebert " Let’s get that other band.” Marching Band 1, 2, 3,4. Maureen Henderson " Who me?” Gass Night Committee 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Human Involvement Program 2; International Club 2; Lamplighters Make-up Committee 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Magazine Drive 4. Thomas J. Henry " Hen” " Darth” " Hey, ya going to the gym?” Wrestling 1; Hockey 2, 3, 4, Food Service 3, 4, Maga- zine Drive 4. Vincent Hogan " Sometime? Anytime? Now?” Football 3,4, Honor Roll 3,4; Magazine Drive 4. Linda Holmberg " 1 don’t care!!” Varsity Track 3. David E. Hosack " What’s up?” " Boogie!” Cynthia Gail Hottin " Cindy” " Hooten” • " Where’s Berger?” initiation Dance Committee 3:Jr SrF’rom Committee 3; Float Committee 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Tracy Huddleston " Hud” " It’s gonna be a bender.” SkiClubi.2.3,4;FBLV2. Kelly Hughes " Kel” " Excellent!” Field Hockey Varsity 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Nurse’s Aide 3, 4; Sophomore Initiation Dance Committee 3, Magazine Drive 4; Prom Committee 4. Kimberly Joanne Ingram -Kim” " What arc you doing this weekend’” Yearbook I, Class Night Dance Committee 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Nurse’s Aide 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Donald Jacques Wrestling 1. Thomas Jandreau " Take it easy.” Ramona Janowetch " 1 don’t know ” Yearbook 1; Arts Festival Committee 2, 4, Honor Roll. Raymond Javorski -Ray- Business Award 1, History Award 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer JV 2, 3; As Schools Match Wits 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High Schcxil Students 3; American Legion Boys’ State 3; National Honor 179 , ■ i; V . ' s; ' ' . Sister i; International Club 4; - Ml ' i tt ' .riii- ComnsentEtd Student 4. m. r,■ ul.Ia m iiVal ■ ' So ' -.ir. ije( oh»ciri ;sj ■• fl tati ' i wait ' til thi ' . weekend! " : 3v.;w!i,ng Club : . Color Gu-ird i, 2, 5 Captain; Ski C ' Jub : 2: 5; et ' .-;:; . ; 2, : Oancir Committee T. ' I.am- ‘ 2, ' ■ " d.-g ' -iint- Dri%c4. ' SSt ' en i ' . lohnMXn ■■ ' Har ' " I nionly jokirg " ’ Jynior Achitvenient 2; Floi ' t Committee 3, 4; Tenn.:: 3; Student :3:teulty Senate 4; Homecoming Committee 4 jv ' istazinc l ive 4. vllenio.-r-:- ‘ ' UC;- t ' d short.’’ C!a 5 Night Comnut " e i. Honor Roil 2, 3; Ski f i; Swim T(;;m 3,4. Fr-jj 4; Niagar.’nr Drive i. i.hark rsnc»,fefies,_, Slit r;,rt,. . r 25;,j,;4ctbsll 2 : .-■ki (iiub 2, 3; Weight, U fing i ' iiub 3; MasiCdne Drive w Jamc; Krm iki CirEbC, 2. 3,4; Ga man Club 3; M igi ' ine Driirc a i ' i.trj V feiit.i ' ■hkm;-;- t; ■’ e.tt days! ' . I V ir; l ui nano " Life is like s ch;ar e: t-owlcx " Life is like ch.ar e: mwIcv. , " Studetit LSI. v’ v Sesisse 2; LtnLp ' ig.i ' ife’w S . (-• ' •nc Choir .3, 4; Hr Drives ittee 4. Ms ' ri-.ine p- 1 rCiam.s nior.iar E, Ka ,®,;? ' lo ' " Wi,ev- , C J,;C ' .t , " S ffc-nd L. 2, 3, 4 fXXjititir .Itorirr. AssL-tsfit Treas:. .. Jaar hr.Kmfele i , 2. 3; School Float Comr-i. o: ?ep Baifti i. 3 4; Lamplightcis 2, 3. 4: Dom r Rei’ ■-. 4; Mia.c; o.e Drive 4 : CioDcett CJioir 4. Jansss ' r. raarff Kelly isj-a; ' , 3 ; FBIj 3 3, 4 Presid K Student Faculty ■Homecoming Float Cogy ittee 3, 4; Maga- Chtiseriv A Kenn ' " t s. iittk. " D3CA V FBLA 4. Donna L. King " Kinger” " Baby 1 ' .an guess the test.’ DKCA3;FBLA4. Maria L. Koblosh ' ' Marie " ”Rc;-!!v ' ’’ " 3 it, tell me about it.” Intramural Basketball 1 ; Library Aide 1 ; Girls Bas-s: ball Varsity 2: Human Involvement Progra m ?, ■ . Guidrncc Offic.: Aide 2, }, 4; Magazine Drive 4, ixC " Franny” " Fran” " Doc " " Earth to Lynn. " Qieerleading 1 Captain; J ' 2; Varsity 3, 4 Captain; Qass Night Committee 1; Track 2, 3,4, Captain All 3 VTs.; Homecoming Floa)F Comrnittee 2. 3. 4; Class Officer D A, 2; Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Homecoming Dance Committee 4; Maga- zine Drive 4. Jane Korb " Gimme a break ' " ’’YOU got hopes.” Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3,Gi -C.iptain. Award 1st Team All CCIL. 2, }; Hojor Roll 1. 2, 5. 4; Softball Varsity 1, 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Varsity 3. Awarded MVP and First Team All CCIL; Mag ' azine Drive 4. James Kraucunas " Jim " " Koon” " Kooner " Varsity Bassball ! ; Hcckey JV " 2, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Maga- zine Drive 4. ftrn Labonte " Hi cutie!” ' School, w hat’s tb ' aiz " DECA3,4 Kevin Lachendro " Decent.” Band 1 , 2, 3; Lamplighters 2; Magazine Drive 4. ' Marie LaCroire ' ' " ' VCfhat’s _Sy Clubi r3. 4. FBLA 3, 4, Honor Roll 3. 4; Maga- zine DTvi; 4. iJirnaid LAndr. " Jet’s go skill!.-: ’’ Ski Club I, 2, 3. i. Hand 3. 4; l fl Band 3, 4. Alan Lmouettc TJving jor tomorrow Sy Club 2. Henry Frani is laPalme " Ka.tc still my Lcngel. " Roger Lrjk.5 ' :tt Honor Rol ' ’.,4. Bowling Club I; Auto Mechanics 3, 4. Mag ' azine Dtive 4 , Robert LaPgassc " Robeno’ivHj ■■ ' X- ' ang |j}an pt.n:3aog! ' ' Band 1: PlK togfapH ,X Honor Roll 2 3 ; Re rcli ■ holography 3, -1, Ma. ' ii ' jn Igvaway ' . " Lev” " 1 think I’m in love again!! " Human f f 3!vement Program 2, 3; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4, Darlene LeBlanc " JDarlene the jelly bean!” Red House Office Aide 2; Guidance Office Aide 2. . Alesia Lee hat, ar you crazy.’ You must be crazy!” Susan Marie LeMay " It’s up to you. " Band 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2; Work Program 3; Pit Orchestra for Lamplighters 3; Office Occupations 4; Magazine Drive 4. Scott Lescault " Scruch” international Club 2] Fltrat Committee 2, Honor Roll 2, 5, ! ; Float tkrmmtttee 3; Magazine Drive 4. vlrystal Ann la ' ssard I’ck tic Fruity” Ski Club 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Drama 1 ; Secretary 1 ; Junior Achievement 2, 3; Student Faculty Senate 3. Marc Levcille " Only the strong survive.’’ John Liquori Football Freshman 1; JV 2; Varsity 3,4; Track 1; Var- sity 3, 4; Lamplighters 1. 2, 3. 4; English Student Award 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3: American Legion’s Boy’s State 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; President National Honor Society 3. 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3; Junior Senior Prom Host 3. Susan Lloyd Sewing Club 4; Honor Roll 3. Bonnie Lombardie " Where’s Bruno?” Donald Richard Lord " Don " " Don’t mind me. I’m just crazy,” Track Manager 1; Newspaper Staff 2; Student Faculty Senate 4; Magazine Drive 4. Suzanne Lord " Sue” " I have never said I like always being alone, I have said I like it better than being w ith just anyone.” Nurse’s Aide 2, 3; Yearbook 3; Magazine Drive 4. Michael J. Lupi " Alkie’’ Baseball Varsity 3, 4. Mark Macala " Life is rough. " Wrestlihf ' I ; Track 2. 3 Manager; Lamplighters 3l 4. Andrea Michelle Machabee ■ ' Sm.j " Tm late again . . . what should I say thisaime.’ " Chcerlp ing Varsity 1; H6nor. Rolpl, I 4; Drama 1; Majorettes 2, 3; 4;, Student Senate 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3. ' V. ' : -s’- JohnAlaiUiGL " , " I agree. " Bowling 3. Catherine Maliszewski " Cathy” Monor Rpll ! ; Library Aide 3; 1 azinc Drive 4. e’s Aide 3, 4; Mag- Joseph Malley " If it wasn’t for crazy people, how could we measure our sanity?” - Lamplighters 1, 2, 3, Co-Chairperson 4; Honor Roll 1. ; 2, 3, 4; Social Studies Award 1; Spanish Club 2; Litcr-- ary Magazine 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Usher for Graduation 3; Concern Choir 4, Holly Margaret Ann Marek " It’s nice to be important but more important to be nice.” Variety Show 1; Sw’im Team Varsity i2; Tennis JV ' 2; ' 4. M: Varsity 3, 4, Captain; Horse Club 2, 4; Ski Oub 4. jorettesD, 2; Field Hockey 1; Spanish Teaching Qijp 2; Softball 4. b ' larv Catherine Marocchini Lamplighters 2; Girls’ Track 2, 3. T; Girls’ Volleyball 3. Helen Marquis Color Guards 2. Ann Martel FBLA 5, 4; Horse Club 3, 4 President; Hiking Club 3,’ 4. Melissa Martin " Mouse” " Where’s Cheri? ' Mar Martinez " Shut-up!” " Only kidding.” Field Hockey 1, 2 Captain 3, 4: Softball Varsity 1. 2, 3. 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4. Annette Maruca " Mouca” " Where’s Lisa. ” Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 1; Band Manager, Assistance 3, Pep Band 2, 3. 4 Marie Maruca " Moose” " Hmmmm.’” Band 1 ; Magazine Drive 4. Margaret Maslen " Peggs” " Remember the three rules . . whatever they were " Lamplighters 1, 2, 3. 4; FBLA 3, 4; Float Committee 3, 4; Senior Class Officer 4. Debl c Maxellon Ski Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Nurse’s Aide 3. John Martin McCartney " Wanna bet. ” Intramural Tennis 2: Bowling 2, 3. Kathryn Mc ' ClintockQ " Kim” " I don’t need this.” Ski Club 1: Class Night Committee 1; Human Involvement Program 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club Vice Presi- dent 3. 4, Magazine Drive 4. Michael J. McCord " Uita Gaude” Intramural Tennis 2; Tennis Team 2; Lamplighters 3, 4; Student Fai ulry Senate 3, 4. Mildred G. McGill , b ' l gotta gctl isdooc.” Nurse’s Aide 2, 3. 4; Nurse’s Aide I 11, 3, 4. Ti joti S. McIntosh Apple”- a ’varsity !‘J ' . t;.iiarsity Tr Vyjit l, 2, 3; Wrestling Varsity JV ' 2; SkiGlub , 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 2, Junfor ?iass President, 3; Homecoming 3, 4; Student Facoli i Arnate 3, 4; Maga- zine Drive 4. ■ ■ . Sharon Mane McKeow n " Hey you guys ’ Qass Night. Ca nmittec 1; Yearbook 1; Pfom. m- mittee 3; Ski Club 2. 3, 4; Track 2. 3. 4, Homecom- ing Committee 2, 3, 4; Faculty Senate 2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; Graduation Hostess 3; Homeroom Representative for Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 4, Magazine Drive 4. Edward T Me Murray " £d” Football Varsity 1, 3, 4; JV 2 Tri-Captain; Basketball Varsit ’ 1, 3, 4; J ' 2, Baseball Varsity 1, 3, 4 Tri-Cap- tain: JV ' 2 TriGaptain; Float Committee 4; Honor WJ) ' lt 1, 2. 3. 4; Magazine Drive Laurene Meissner " Lori” " Munch " " You guys arc gonna get it.” Cheerleading I; Guidance Aide 2; Honor Roll 3, Sophomore Initiation Dance Committee 3; Magazine Drive 4. Judith Menard . " If you believe that, how about the one . . .” Basketball JV 1 Captain, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2 Manager; 3, Varsity 4, Honor Roll 1“ 2, 3, 4; Comparative Cultures Award 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Volleyball Var- sity 4; Literary Magazine 4. Magazine Drive 4 Ann Mensinger 9 " Hey, Pcx)h!” Track 1 ; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2, 3; Bas- ketball Varsity 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Grand Marshall for Graduation 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; Class President 4. James Mercier " Jim” Football 1 ; Magazine Drive 4. Mitchell Merriam " Mitch” " Ya . . . right.” Htxkey JV 1; Concert Band 1, 2. 3. 4, Jazz Ensemble 1. 2, 3, 4; Lamplighter Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Jeffrey A. Michaels " How ya doing. ” Kammy Miller " Kam” " Forever is too long to wait.” Honor Roll 4; Magazine Drive 4. Susan Mitchell " Sue” " Suzy " " I’m sorry. " " Where’s Helen?”’ Bowling 1; Volleyball. fV 3 Carol Ann Moore " Suzic Oiapstick” " Goin’ skiing?” " You’re kidding ' ” Reid Hockey Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball Varsity 1, 2. 3: Ski Club 1, 2, 3 Secretary, 4 Co-President; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; National Honor Sexiety 3, 4; Hiking Club 3; Arts Festival Committee 3. 4, Ycarfcxx Drive 4. Gina Morcllo " Jean-Note’’ I Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4. Arts Festival Committee 2. 4; Student Faculty Senate 2; Float Committee 4. M zinc Drive 4. Michael Moriarty Bootball 1, 2. Wrcstlif! 1; Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; 4 Captain; Cross OtlffttfSki Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 2. 3, 4. ■ ■■ . Lucille florin " Lucy ' ” " Luce” " Pass the Mick, 4Wfvl.” Field Hockey Varsity 1; Yearbook 1; Class- slight Committee 1; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3; Varsity 2. 3, Magazine Drive 4. Kent Moskowicz " Life is how you make it.” Soccer 1, 3; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorts 1; Float Com- mittee 4, Magazine Drive 4. Sally Ann Mueller " Have you seen Joe?” Cultural Award 1; Honor Roll 2. 4; Girls’ Track 2, 3; Homecoming Float Committee 3. Graduation Hostess 3; Prom Comminec 3; Office Aide 3. 4: JVfSfeerlead- ing Capuin 3; DECA Fashion Show ' 3, 4; Open House Hostess 4; Vatsirif“theerleading 4; Magazine Drive 4. Joseph C. Mule Tt coultTW arranged. ' ” - Band 2; HtKkey JV 2, 3; V’arsiry 3, 4. John P. Mulkem Ski Club 4. Kathleen Mullen " Let’s sign in late?’’ Magazine Drive 4. Lori Ann D. Murphy " Murph” " Hi guys!” Chorus 2, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; DECA 3; Fashion Show Usherette 3; Magazine Drive 4. Patrice Ann Musso " Who’s going to breakfast. ' ” Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Slave Day 2; FBLA 3; Office Aide 3; Honor Roll 4; Magazine Drive 4. N ' lary Ann Myers Concert Choir 4. Paul A. Nabors " Sam” " Ah come on!” Bernadette M Nai " Excellent” " Really?” Student Council 1 ; Class Unicorn 1 , Youth Bureau Town of Enfield 1; Arts Festival 2. 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3. Joseph D Natale " Nate” " Have a good one!” Baseball Varsity I, 3, 4; JV 2; Football Varsity I, 3. 4; JV 2; Float Committee 2. 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; FBLA 3; Magazine Drive 4. Ann Marie Nelson " Annie” " Nels” " Bo Bo” " Where ' s Bergs and Hottin?” Cheerleading Varsity 1, 4; JV 3; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4; Office- Aide 3. 4; Sewing Club 4; Honor Roll 4; Magazine Drive 4. William O’Brien " I’ll walk the path I choose in life and walk with pride Boys’ Swim Team 2. 3 Tri-Captain 4; Yearbook 2. 3. ’ ‘Co- Editor 4; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3. 4; Homecom- ing Committee 2, 3. 4; Sophomore Initiation Dance BCommittee 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. .loAnn 0’(?onnor . " Okie” often grow more by bending with the wind, than by standing in rigid defiance.” Catherine Olivet " Ollie” - " We finally mad it! It’s our turn to graduate!” Hdfsc Club 3, 4, Hiking ClutA. Roger Olsen Jr. _ " Excellent!” " Where’s Spite?” Magazine Drive 4. Deborah Orr " Debbie” " Deb” Student Council 1; Yearbcx)k 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Soft- ball 3, 4; Homecoming Parade 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Volleyball 4; Magazine Drive 4. Ann-Panella " Twiggs” " That’ll teach ya!” Joanne Jennifer Parciak " Friendship is the most fragile and valuable thing in life.” Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. John Parsons " Buck” " I didn’t kill your Penguin?” Soccer 1, 2, 3,4; Hcxkey JV 2. Sheila Parsons " Oh — WOW!!” Ffonor Roll J, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4. Le?Pascoe F ' Sfloe” Fixilball Varsity 1, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ttpik 1, FBLA 2. 3. 4. 181 D : . :■ Ann Patrick " =-)li tdf nun.” PBi.A -A dec:a 5V)b Piv ant " ic-t ' fr some borittoes?” Hoirkcv jrV ' and Varsity 2. t .Indy Peterson " !’ete ' ’ " Are you ready. ' ' " Honor Roll 1,3; Magazine Drive 1. Ann Marie Petronella " Petro” " Della . schotz.’ " Girls ' Basketball 1. 4; Student Council 1; Softball 1. Mary lx)u Petroski " Mary " " Obliviously. " Chorus 1, 2; Human Involvement Program 3, 4, Maga- zine Drive 4. Dawn Pilkington " Pilk” " Whatever turns you on!” Honor Roll 1, 2 . 3. 4; Ski Club 1. 2. 3, 4; FBLA 2, Treasurer of Ski Club 3; National Honor Society 3. -f Francis Piorek " Fran " " ' ou Kling-on.’’ H3LA 3; Wrestling 4. Keith Pliszka " Marv” " The Pack. " Football 1, 2. 3; Track 1, 2. 3, 4. Sandra Poirier Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committiei 1, 2, 3 . Homecoming Float 2, 3, 4; FBl-A 3. 4rGuicbnce Aide 4; Magazine Drive 4; Home Ro 5ki Representative for Magazine Drive 4. Mark Polek Ski CRib 2. 3. 4. Philip Poli " Phil” A- right.” " No bi e.” Cafe Rendezvous 3. 4; Hero Club 4; Magazine Drive 4. Walter Prayzner Jr. " Head for Hootcrville.” Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; I.amplfghters 3, 4; Spanish Club 3 Stephen John Provencher " Strangle hold. " " Rock n Roll. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1. 4; Track 1,3. Brett Quinn " Book Worm strikes again.” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. Norris Rabb " No.” Wrestling 2, 3, 4. Katherine Randolph " Kate” " We arc all prisoners imt some of us are in cells with spfnilows and some writhout.” Kahlil Gibran Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Jane Kelley Randolph " The moment may be temporary, the memo is for- ever’ Literary Magazine 3- Kim Susan Rauschenbach " Kimmie-Lou-Sue " ’ " Kimbie’’ " Hey guys!’ ' Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; Swim Team Varsity 2, 3. 4 Co- Captain; Ski Club 2. 3, 4; Guidance Aide 2. 3, 4; Soph- omore Iniriation Dance Committee 3; FBLA 3; Inter- national Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. Christine Marie Redderoth " Chris’ " " Don’t ask Bosco she never wants to.” " Joanne!’’ Field Hockey 1; Magazine Drive 4. Deborah Reddin " Ok now! " Honor Roll 3. Robin Reed " Can l. ” Christopher Reese " It’s time to roll.” Honor Roll .1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Cross Country 2, 5, 4 Optain. Kyle Reese j " - ■“ ' " See ya, tonight?” Football Varsity 1, 4: Basketball J ' 1; Baseball JV 1, 2; Varsity 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Thomas Reid " Let’s go to lunch Track 1 ; DECA 3. JjilJiert Reynolds " Have the time of our lives!” Sharon Riccio " Springer.” " Another day and I ' m out again.” Yearbook 1 ; Class Night Committee 1 ; Lamplighters Make-Up 1; Library Aide 1; Nurse’s Aide 1; Human Involvement Program 2; Homeroom Representative 2; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Class Float Committee 2; Sopho- more Dance Committee 2; Magazine Drive 4 Steplien Richer " Steve’’ ■ ' " What’s up?” Track Varsity 1, 4; HpekeV Varsity 1, 2. 3, 4; Captain 3, 4; Float CommittetrJi ' Honor Roll 1. 2. 3, 4: Maga- zine Drive 4. Kathleen Elizabeth Richard ' " Kathy” " Where’s Deanna?” Band 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 4; Hiking Qub 3, 4; Float Committee 3 Horse Club 3, 4; Maga- zine Drive 4. Deanna Nancy Riggles " Dee, Dina” " Where’s Kathy?” " I’m confused!” Band 1,2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4; Hiking Club 3, 4; Horse Club 4; Magazine Drive 4. Debra Kay Riley " Ripple” " Hey Lore, wanta go in late?” Library Aide 1 ; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Guidance Aide 2, 3. Mary Beth Riley " Tell me your problems.” " Where’s Gina or Ellen?” Lamplighters 1 ; Field Hockey 1 ; Ski Club 2. 3, 4, Soft- ball 3, 4; FBLA 4. Jason Rivers j™ " Jim Robbins ' ' ., f " True happiness is to live yourilife with Jesus and to let Him guide yoj ” - . Una Marie Robbins Honor Roll 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Library Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4. Lizabeth Ann Roberts " Hey, where’s Mouse?’’ Cheerleading Varsity 1; JV 2; Junior Achievement 1, 2, 3; Hiking Club 4. Scott Roberts " What’s up Doc?” Jazz Ensemble 1; Concert Marching Band 1. 2, 3. 4. Varsity Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. Annate Angela Rock " I’m sorry.” Guidance Aide 3, 4; DECA 3. Daniel Roezniak " Roz” " Can I see your Homework?” Football 1; Baskaball ri.IV 2, Varsity 3; FBLA 2, 3, 4 President; Cross Country Varsity 3. I Lisa Ann Romano ’■ " Hey you guys check out the N.B.’s.” Honor Roll 2, 4; FBLA 3; Sophomore Initiation Dance Committee 3; Magazine Drive 4. ' ■■ -.TT. ' ■ Gina Rossetto " How am I supposed to know?” Float Committee 2; FBLA 3; Magazine Drive 4. Mtchell Rudolf " Mitch " ’ " Stick ’em ” Football 1. JV 2; Varsity 3. 4 Captain. William Saltz.giver " Saltz” " Pete ” " Wake me up when the bell rings.” Honor Roll 1. 2, 4 ; Math Tutor. Donna Sandford Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey JV 2; Varsity 3, 4 i( Optain; Track Varsity 2, 3. 4 Captain; Ski Club 2, 3. 4; National Honor Stxiety .3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Magazine Drived. James Scalia l " Jim” ' Football JV 2; Magazine Dritre?. J-f- Marv’Seavofto " Scatts” JJonor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Night Committee 1; Nurse’sj ide 2. 3, 4; Jr Sr Prom Committee 3; Home- coming Float Com mittee 3, 4; Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Dance Committee 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Karen Schafer " Admit it!” Chorus 1; Lamplighter Make-Up 1; Guidance Office Aide I, Office Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4. Orol Ann Schorr ' French Award 1; Field Hockey 1, Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 2, 3: Boys’ Swim Team Manager 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Vice President National Honor Society 3, 4; Magazine i Drive 4. Bruce Schrcxler " Schro” " I don’t know” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Craig Paul Schulz " Schuttzy” Magazine D rive 4. Thomas Michael Semanie " Thom” " The Cade” " That’s out!!” Basketball JV 2 Tri-Captain; Varsity 1, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Varisty Scxcer I ; Float Committee 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. i 182 f % WiiTcn Shine " Fore " Ciolf 2, 3. 4 Captiin. FBLA 4. Pitritk Allen Sharron " Pat " " I want to go home. " Honor Roll 2, 4; DECA 3; Magazine Drive 4. Susan Sheehan Oieerleading Varsity 1, 3, 4; JV 2;‘lC tain I, 4; Class Night Committee 1; Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 2. 3. 4; Historian 2. 3, 4; Homecoming ' 2. 4; FoexJ Drive 2, 4, Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Jr - Sr Prom Committee 4; Senior Prom ICommittee 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; Sophomore Initiation Dance Committee 3, 4; Literary Mag azine 4; Magazine Drive 4; Laurel Girls’ State Representative. Lynn Siedlik " Really, teU me about IT? " Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; Guidance Aide 2; Magazine Drive 4. Kathryn Ann Sigrist " Kathy " " Siggic” " I’m sorryll " IJbrary Aide l Chorus 1; Honor Roll 2, 3. 4, Red House Office Aide 2; Christmas Ornament Sale 2; Lit- erary Magazine Typist 3: Lamplighter Typist 3; Guid- ance Office Aide 3. 4, Human Involvement Program 3, 4; Magazine Drive Homerexam Representative 4; Yeatbook Typist 4; Homecoming Parade 4; Magazine Drive 4. Patricia Sigrist " Patty " " Pctic " " Hey Goob " " I don’t know and I don ' t care” Talent Show 1, Library Aide 1, Chorus 1; Guidance Aide 2. 3; FBLA 2, 3; Nurse’s Aide 3, 4; Usherette for Graduation 3; DECA 3: Office Aide 4; Magazine Drive 4; Human Involvement Program 4; Hornet om- ,ing Parade 4. O Laurir " Amn Si mpson -l yonc for the beach!! ’’ Ski Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Lamplighters 1, 2, 3; Class Night Tail illlllWW 1; Honor Roll U2. 3, 4; Citizenship Award 1; Cultyal Fair Award l Homcroom I preserffTtive " 2; HptfiKoming Committee 2. 3 ' , 4; Foodfcrive 2, 3, 4; Stu nt Faculty Senate 2. 3, 4, Yearbook 4 ; Magazin Drive 4 GlenJtck son Slaydon " BosST’ ' iGo For” " You decidt ” Homect ping Parade 4; Magazine Drive 4. FJizabeth Smith " Liz” " Did you drive four car today?” Footlighlers I: Ho r Roll 1, 2, 4; Faculty Senate 2; FBLA 2, DE CA 3, .Fashion Show 3. Kathleen Smith -v " Kate " , Catarowski Award 1; Band 1, 2. 3; Art Jjilow Hcistcss Steven Paul Sombric " Sombe”- botball JV 1, 2; Varsity 4; Ski Club 1. 2, 3 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Varsity 2, 3, 4 Captain; Home- coming Float Committee 4 Magazine Drive 4. Christine Somogyi " Did I pass. ” Assistant Librariai lf ki Cliib . Paul Somogyi LynrjSt. ' rmain ■ Earth to Fran.” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4, Softball Varsity 1 . .nr’2, 3; Bas- ketball JV 2; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2; Ski Club 2, 3. 4; P.A. Club 3. 4 President, Volleyball 3, Varsity 4. Magazine Drive Representarive 4. Susan Stanio ' ' " Ail right it’s Friday!! " Nurse’s Club 2, Bowling Club 3, Chorus 3. Jennifer Anne Stauble " xNiffer” " Jeffy " " Basically, here’s the plan” Cultural Geography Award 1 ; Qass Night Committee 1. 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3. 4; Ba.skecball Varsity 1, 2; JV 2; Track Varsity 1. 2; Nurse’s Aide 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3; Jr Sr’Prom Committee 2, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, FBLA 2, 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 2, 4; Honor Roll 3.4; Homecoming Danc Commiitee 3; Future Nurse’s Club 4; Magazine Drive 4. Robert J. Stears " Old mustangs foreveri!” AV 1, Auto Mechanics 3. 4; Ski Club 3, 4. Drive Homeroom Representative 4. Yewbook 4. Penelope Ann Testoni " Penny” " Hey, has anybody seen Linda’” DECA 3; FBIjA 3; Homecoming Float Committee 3; Hiking Club 4. Susan Therricn " Sue’’ " I’ve got tickets for Zappa.” Talent Show 1 ; Science Fair 1 ; DECA 3, 4. Renee Mane Thomson " Ree-nce” " OOOH. . .Wikid! " Student Council 1 ; Dance Committee 1,2; Class Night Committee 1. 4. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; Yearbook 1; Office Aide 1,4; Homeroom Representative 2; Home- coming Committee 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Foreign Lan- guage Teacher 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4. Jeff Sten " Stymie” " 1 get by with a little help from my friends ” Soccer 1. Daniel Stewan " Stew” football 1. 2 Co-Captain. 3, 4; Honor Roll 4; Ski Club 4 Anne Marie Strapp " Live each day as if there’s no tomorrow. " Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, Student Fac- ulty Senate 3; Homecoming Committee 3. 4; Yearbtxsk 3, 4 Co-Editor; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Magazine Drive 4. John Strogoff " Chuck” " Just glad to get out” " Marv Pack will (lever be back " Deborah A. Strout " Really?” Concert oir 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Track 2; Cafe Rend vous 4; Hero Qub 4; Magazine Drive 4. Stanley Suleski " I’ll fix it.” I DECA 3; Auto Mechanics 4. Correcn Sullivan® " What’s up?” , Softball 1 ; DECA ! Daniel Syrotiuk ■ " Call of the wild.” t Hockey 3; Hiking Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4. John Tittarelli " Tweet’’ Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Jazz Band 4. Korine Ann Tobey " 1 don’t know?” Office Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4 Chongjit Tongporm " Whatever youtlo where ever you go, sincerely best with you. " y Ellen Toomev " L” " Hey, Jim have you seen Gina or Mary Beth.’” Majorettes Captain 1 ; Guidance Aide 1; FBLA 3, 4. Nancy Trahan " NaiK " " 1 don’t know.” Candy Drivel, Chorus 2, Honor Roll 2, 3; Magazine Drive 4. Betty Trowbridge " Bet’s” " That’s dSnb ” Chorus IwLamplighter Make-Up Crew 1; Cafe Ren- dezvous 3J4; Hero Club 4 Monica Ttyzna " Mon’’ " Tryzie” " To bcp ntent with your life is to reach your final SmI. " Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading JV 3; Varsity Ten- nis 3; Homecoming Float Committee 3,4. Homecom- ing Dance Committee 4; Usherette for Graduatio(i,3. Magazine Drive 4. Lawrence Szeniawski Football JV 1, 2; Varsity 3, 4; Track JV 1; Varsity 2. 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2. Magazine cirive 4. Joyce tynn Tubifc " Irene, are you going out tonighrl!’ Honor Roll 2. 3; Office Occupations 4; Magazine Drive 4. Laurie Tarr " Tarr Babes” " Check it out!” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4; FBI 2; Magazine Drive 4. Sui ne Tclesky b ' When I’m good I’m gtxxl!” Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1,2; Human Involve- .(ftient Program 2, 3, 4; Ravo’s Raiders 2; Folk Club 3, 4, Lan iplighters 3, 4; " Voice of Fermi” 3. 4; Magazirte Dtivd4. Robert Teseny " Tess” " Tezz” " A ' ouonly live once so enjoy life . while you can.” Gym Leader Qub 1 ; Chss Night Commitcft- 1 ; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Varsity I , Baskctl II Varsitv 1, 3, 4; JV 3; Baseball J ' 2, Float Committed 2, 3, Graduation Usher 3. Tennis Varsity Magazine Kathleen Claire Turmclle ■» " Smellie Turmellie” " Turk” " Striv e for your own happiness” Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; FBLA 2, 3. 4 Secretary; Cheer- leading JV 2, 3; Varsity 1, 4; Homecoming FW Com- mittee 3, 4; Class Bake Sale 3: Usherette for Gradua- rior 3; Girls’ Varsity Tennis 3; Magazine Drive 4. William Uzell " I’d rather be flying.” Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Qass Treasurer 4. V Helen Vezina " Hi Hon. " Float Committee 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. ICynthia Louise Vranich l’’Cindy”. Yearbtxilc 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Hanor Society 3,4; Mag5?tne Drive 4. 183 ski Club 4 . Store. 3 ; DECA happening: lootervil ;azine tdFbeck President 1 ama Clu 9 w; Ski Clut j 3 ; FBLA 3 ; Guidance Aii ' Kathanne Wheeler ■ Yesterday is already a dream, and tomj Pow is only a iifeion; but tSSay. well-lived, makes ev ry yesterday a dfeam of hap ' piness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope ' .’ ' W Guidance Aide 1 ; Office Aide Magazine Drive 4 . .. t Donald L White, Jr, W sorqpwhere in D| pc” iJ.-jB ' r ' ootball Varsity !, 3 ;T k 4 ; Magazine Drive 4 . ' X i(dai’White , M S j„ Teach “Aid ejjj|! - t 6 -Club TTsherette for ' gduation 3 jjiW TNB 3 g| Backpacking Club 3 , 4 ; jjberta hitnaao ' inior j hievement 2 , 3 ; Honor k; ' Cupattons 4. John Wallape I to be wild’’ 1, Htackeyi i ' i 2 Cafe lbendeijg)up?i " 4 ; Magazine Drive 4 ; Student. FaKiltwSc 3 ' ! Sharon .;g lski izineDrived, f sZapski” -i, ‘ SP 3 , 4 ; Field Hockey 3 ; Varsity Manager a tjjj e Rendezvous 3 , 4 ; Magazine Drive 4 . I ' Zapski” — -i,,_ " Do I know you, or do f want to kpow you? Chorus 2 , 3 ; Literary hfagazine 2 , 3 ; TennisM nagM 3 ; International Club 2 , 3 ; Lamplighterf 3 4 eaver„»-f ' Band J. 2 , 3 ; Ski Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Student Faculty Senate f DECA 3 , 4 ; Magazine Drive 4 . Lisa Zarcaro " Really?” Ski Club 1 , 2 , 3 ; 3 , 4 . ■ ' Mary BetJj Webb ' " WebBcr ' ' " Michael Zdebiki " Mike’i, ' ' ' " Wi ball 1 . Robin Williams’ " Rob’ " VC ' Tiat about me.’” " ' Where ' s Cfiucki ' ' ”. - i - l.-r- ;• Catherint Wilson Xathv’ " I’m going INSANE!” Office AiAr 2 , 3 ; Human Involvement Program 5 . Susan Wilson " Sue” " Have a gotxl one!” Drama Club =Divmg Team i ; Magazine Drive 4 Todd Wingen ' •I’mnQt ,! ' ¥. BasketbalTv Captain ;, 2 , 2 n 4 Captafti; Intramural Bas- ketball 1 ; BasTOall U Sttidwt Counyf 1 ; Internatiorjaf Dub’ 2 i B ’ 2 ' J : Intramural Volleyball 3, 4 Laorte- rk tlieworld.’ Gary Yc nn Hum; n»j T ement PrtigramJ| . 4 ; Magakine Drive 4 . 3 !Ji Lorraine 3 ot»»»g, „ ' .-Yeaubook .l; Ski ciubS ' ’ ; bampl hters 3 , 4 ; Band 1 , 2 3 4 Secretary; Honor Roll 1 , 2 to, 4 ; Track 2 , 3 , 4 ;Jr Sr. PromHostes? 3 . r-y ; - ,i • cuj.? Vi • , " ■ , J JL ' " a ' : ■ ' ' jA, V” A. ' ‘ (A ' ' " -A- ■ ' I J Russ Young " Ta right.” DSCA 3 . :vi A 4. ' i - -V- ■ ' • Ax - - , ■ ' .Brenda Younger " Where Wilsoni” y. Y . , . ' f ' Hi f y 184 2 " -kA , . :i « V A - A ' - 187 1 . Fermi skater skates to another victory 2. Sophomore Ellen Traynor 3. Kim Wheeler watches the p)eople pass by 4. Sophomore Paul Giaccone nods off in class 188 189 191 192 -1 ¥ PATRONS Amy Hunt Mr. Mrs. Breslin Nancy Breslin Mr. Lengyel Good Luck Ice Hockey Team Mr. Mrs. Brian K. Wilcox Mr. Mrs. Paul Underwood Robin Gilmore Mark Lillis Mr Mrs. Guy Lillis Mr. Mrs. Don Chase Good Luck Class of 79 Diane Derose Mr. Mrs.-Giovcfnni Derdse Mr. : Ctrs. Norman Landry Dara Kristin Baril ►Mr. Mrs. Paul A. Baril — Good Luck Mrs. Carole Jonaitis Mr. Si Mrs. William Demers_ Mr. Mrs?! ?ymour Schonberger Mr. Mrs. Thomas A. Moore Alan, MaryEllen, and Carol Moore Mr. Mrs. J. F. Wilber The Martinez Family Boys ' Varsity Swim Team Good Luck Y.B. Seniors Good Luck Traces 79-80 Mr. Mrs. Joseph Stanko Good Luck Keith, Paul, Kathy, Glen and Patty Mr. Mrs. Robert E. Sigrist Mr. Mrs. Maurice C. Menard -SK Mrs. Teresa Bueker — , Sue Menard Ldy Menard _ Bernice Gannuscio Mr. Mrs. Vincent GarirTOscio The John Vesce Family The William Hunt Famify Linda Gene Schlossm n Mr. Mrs. Mario A. Gentile 193 94 iADIES ' CHOICE, LTD. l Cji ' J 4 SCITICO PLAZA 1 585 HAZARD AVE. ENFIELD, CT 06082 749-0312 ENFIELD AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 917 ENFIELD STREET ENFIELD, CT 06082 745-1123 195 c. V W 1 " ■ -i f f COLLEGE EORMALS 57 ENFIELD STREET ENFIELD, CT 06082 745-0 bl5 J ' « V ' ; : f [ 1- ' 3m iI u. SPAULDING GARDE INC 36 PEARL STREET ENFIELD, CT 06082 745-2479 tV ' v K - 196 Congratulations to the Class of 1979 LARRY — MARC — STEVE — BOB We hope you enjoy your yearbook as much as we enjoyed working with you and for you. X£.n.L£.x- J uanaxm£- 127 Mill St. Springfield, Mass. 284 Pine St. Holyoke, Mass. 979 s-axljoo (xrL6,(i£.i. to ac tnoujl sxi s. c: o(jz%i cSs-zoian jjatis nt and noartsd soL HrLfl u in ZE Z£.±sntati(js c tzOE cdl lEtiiJLEZ Lnduitzioui and j-aitfijut jilzotogzaliliEZ and ' oni,Eca and :d l z L. ■cSc.fitoi.ii.man 6.incEZE and Cnd ad(7L±oz±. THE GREAT CLASS OF 1980 WISHES GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADUATING SENIORS A I 198 wr.: MAREK JEWELERS STATELINE PLAZA ENFIELD, CT 06082 745-4024 MC DONALD ' S 800D LUCK TO THE GRADUATES 97 €LM STREET SCITICO MARKET 585 HAZARD AVENUE ENFIELD, CT 060B2 749-3434 - GENIE CERAMICS 585 HAZARD AVENUE ENFIELD, CT 06082 763-1923 I 199 1 2 The 1979 Falcon baseball team ended an exciting but nevertheless disappointing season with a CCIL record of 5-13. Even though the team failed to make the tournament, they proved themselves to be contenders, by beating tournament-seeded Enfield High, 7-3, in their second match-up of the season. All-star captain catcher Ed McMurray led the team in batting with a 16- game hitting streak. Defensively, tri-captain Kyle Reese proved to be an outstanding first baseman as well as pitcher, joining the rotation with Carl Sarno, Wayne Greenough, and Ron Flaherty, Second baseman and captain Mike Moriarty help ed to turn some key double plays late in the season, while Thom Semanie effectively played the outfield. I wish all the seniors the best of luck in the future. Coach Gene Ryczek Pigc 2 1. 1979 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Front Row — Thom Semanie, Ron Flaherty, Mike Moriarty, Kyle Reese, Ed McMurray, Wayne Greenough, Carl Same. Row Two; Ron Fasano, Mike Quinn, Tim Moriarty, Sean McMurray, Jim Spence, Bill Schleicher. Third Row: Coach Gene Ryczek, Dave Wassung, Kelly Neale, Pete Madsen. 2. Senior Mike Moriarty takes one low and away. 3. Coach Ryczek confers with his battery of Ed McMurray and Carl Sarno. 4 Catcher Ed McMurray covers the play at the plate Page 3 1. Seniors Ron Flaherty and Wayne Greenough intently watch the action. 2. THE JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM Front Row - Craig Melquist, Pat Sherman, A1 Mcxire, Randy Nason, Mike Russono, Bill Fotos. Row Two — Coach Vern Badger, Tim Moriarty, Jeff Strickland, Sal Vella, Jeff Arsenault, Steve Lobel, Sean McMurray, Dwayne Samson, Mike Quinn. 3. First baseman Kyle Reese concentrates on the play. 4. Pitcher Carl Sarno gives his delivery. 3 GOLF Our golf team was led off by Senior captain Warren Shane, who was a high qualifier in the state tournament for the second year in a row and will be off to Florida Southern University next year to continue his academic and golfing careers. Juniors John Lynch and Bill Summers played at the number two and three positions and did very well. Senior Chris Skowronek played in the number four slot most of the year. Juniors Bob Winch and Terry Bukowski along with Sophomores Tim Lynch, Dan Brosofsky, Jeff Johnson and Duncan Campbell shared the number five position. Coach Lengyel Page 4 1. Coach Lengyel, John Lynch, Dan Brosofsky, Bob Winch, Chris Skowronek, Captain Warren Shane, Bill Summers, Duncan Campbell, Tim Lynch. 2. Coach Lengyel on the course 3. Teeing off 4. John Lynch concentrates on a putt. 5. Checking things out. Page 5 1. Senior Captain Warren Shane. 2. Dan Brosofsky 3. Bill Summers takes a swing 4. Starting things out. 3. John Lynch. optimism and self-determination coupled with a love for the game and a desire to win helped this year’s softball team to achieve a 9- 8 record in a tough CCIL. This was a season when, on any given day, any school could beat another. This was a season when Fermi suffered defeat to schools which previously had always been beaten. It was also a season where we pulled some upsets of our own. A sixth consecutive state tournament berth was earned and the experiences gained in tournament play will serve to enhance the level of play for the coming season. The Junior varsity, under the capable coaching of Diane Teske, fashioned a record to be proud of. The mastered skills and game to game experiences shared by all will help the softball program to continue in strength, and several of these players should find a starting position on the varsity level in the years to come. My thanks are extended to senior captain Judy Menard and our other graduates: Mary Martinez, Carol Moore, and Debbie Orr. The experiences shared and knowledge learned will assist those who remain at Fermi. We wish each of you much successs with your post-Fermi plans. Coach Ro Sullivan P 6 1 19 9 SOFTBALL TEAM; Row One — Judy Menard. Row Two — Debbie Orr, Carol Moore, Mary Martinez Row Three — Pam Pingley, Gretchen Pieper, Carrie Blevins Row Four — Coach Ro Sullivan, Lynn Lapponese, Lynn Blevins, Barb Loubier, Leah Secondo, scorekeeper Mary Beth Riley 2 SENIORS: Row One — Mary Maninez, Carol Moore Row Two — Captain Judy Menard, Miss Sullivan, Debbie Orr. 5. Junior Carrie Blevins concentrates on the play. 4. Starting catcher Lynnic Lapponese behind the plate. V A running catch made by outfielder Leah Secondo. P ■’ l .Judy Menard makes the play. 2. Gretchen Pieper puts everything behind her throw. 5. Barb Loubier makes the play look easy. 4. Sophomore Lynn Blevins warms up. 5 A hard swing made by Pam Pingley. ' V W ' 1979 BOYS’ TENNIS TEAM Lack of experience played a major role in determining accomplishments of this year’s team. This year’s team consisted of six juniors and six sophomores. This year’s captain Rich Godaire. Playing number one singles this year was junior Mark Ottman who improved with each match. Some of the singles’ players were juniors Bob Allen, Rich Godaire, John Avery, and sophomore Mark Landry. The doubles’ players this year consisted of juniors Joe Ingram, Joe Devenero, and sophomores Tom Panaccione, Jeff Magee, Chris Donelan, Paul Giguere, and Harry Captain. The team’s willingness to learn was evident and provided an enjoyable season. Lenny Shortz Pages 1. Front Row — Thomas Panaccione, Mark Landry, Richard Godaire, Doug Girard. Second Row — Coach Lenny Shonz, Harry Captain, Mark Ottman, Jeff Magee, Chris Donelan. 2. Wherc’d he learn how to play tennis? 3. 1 haven’t got all day! Page 9 1. UGH!! 2. OOP! Missed again. 3. 1 got it! 4. Tracy Austin look out! ’ -. 41 , -.M 9 1979 GIRLS TENNIS TEAM My Varsity tennis team this year started out with 18 girls and finished up with 14 girls who pulled through all our planned, crazy practices and games we played. Fourteen very crazy girls who were under a crazy senior influence of Holly Marek, Lucy Morin, and Jane Korb; and endi ng as 14 very proud girls who bettered their own tennis skills 100% from the first day! It’s no excuse — that we play 9 other schools each year with probably hundreds of courts in their own towns and until this spring of 1979, Enfield had 8. This means that more kids can get out there and try tennis as their favorite. For someday maybe, they will play for Fermi High. My juniors and sophomores can come back next year as juniors and seniors to do another terrific job of competing in CCIL! And I’d like to thank my seniors who are leaving for the terrific job they did! Coach K. Carbone 1979 BOYS TRACK TEAM The Boys’ Track team got off to a slow start losing the first three meets and having two postponed due to rain. Seniors Doug Fosberg, A1 Babyok, John Diorio and Steve Provencher provided the expierience and leadership in the early season. The team was in a rebuilding year working to develop the inexperienced underclassmen. Many of the sophomores and juniors have worked to learn new events. Many of the track and field events require 2-3 years to develop the skill to be competitive in our league. With continuous hard work many of the young athletes should excel in the future. Coach Barker p.I2 1. Row 1 — Leslie Sinds, Randall Kamay, A1 Babyok, John Liquori, Doug Fosberg, Steve Provencher, Mitch Rudolph, Peter Derose, John Diorio. Row 2: Joe Donahue, Paul Vella, Joe Zirolli, Chris Riley, Ray Percoski, Eric Wilson, Bob Scavono, Sam Panella, Aaron Brooks, Joe Slizis, Stephen Moore, Lisa Gangone, Cindy Sampson. Row 3: Coach Barker, Scott Dove, Paul Diorio, Ed McGuire, Dave Hanctxk, Tony Sitler, Jeff Young, Larry Colagiovanni, Jack Kelly, A1 Golab, Joe Fontana, Joe Swiatek, Mark Semanie, Joe Ouellette, John Stephens, Jim Tamowicz, Coach Barmak. 2. Junior Dave Flancock beats crosstown rival 3. Do as we say and not as we do.’ 4 Leaping Liquori. 5. Has anyone seen my contact lense? Some of the promising young talent in the distance running are Dave Hancock, Joe Swiatek and Ray Percoski. Sprinters Scott Dove, Sam Panella, Ed McGuire, Tony Sitler and Paul Vella held down the speed events. Chris Riley, John Stephens and Jim Tamowicz worked hard to replace many field event weaknesses. p.l3 1. Senior Pete Dcrosc 2. Sophomore Joe Swiatek keeps the pace. 3. Typical Fermi Spirit 4 Which leg do you prefer? 5. Senior Steve Provencher 13 Track at Fermi is on the upswing. Donna Sandford, the finest performer in Fermi history, is leaving as a graduating tri-captain. We will miss her along with tri-captains Denise Boulanger and Fran Koperniak. These three girls have been on teams which have never lost to Enfield High. Donna has been the top highjumper in the CCIL for 2 years. Denise anchored 2 relay teams and Fran developed into a fine longjumper. Lynn St. Germain aided in the field events along with Kathy Giaccone and Jill Young. We will be back Stronger than ever next year with such fine athletes as Anne Marocchini, Kathy Golec, Lori DaPrato, Laurie Bugai, Leah Kelly, Marie Sroka, and Arlene Manning. Track takes many years to build a program, but we are on the right trail. Coach Ed Provencher P 14 1. First Row — Jill Young, Lynn St. Germain, Donna Sandf ord, Fran Koperniak, Denise Boulanger, Kathy Giaccone Second Row — Kathy Golec, Jan Sweeney, Kara Welch, Laurie Sombric, Laurie Bugai, Denise Hurley, Chris Leahy, Kim Wheeler, Lisa Kelly Third Row — Erin Welch, Lon DaPrato, Kim Bergenholtz, Lisa Taylor, Yasmina Curry, Dawna Ciccone, MaryEllen Hartley, Terry Benson, Tammy Jensen, Anne Marocchini, Marianne Wilczak, Leah Kelly, Coach Provencher. 2. Senior Denise Boulanger, " See I can fly!” 3. Sophomore Laurie Bugai, " Well someone ' s got to do it!” 4 Junior Lisa Kelly, Faster! Faster! 5. Seniors Donna Sandford, Fran Koperniak, Denise Boulanger. Second Row — Jill Young, Lynn St. Germain, Kathy Giaccone. P n 1. Don’t stop, you’re almost there! 2. Junior Kathy Golec gives all she has. 3. Senior Fran Koperniak, " See, it’s easy!” 4. Coach Provencher, " For the last time, we have to beat Enfield!” 5 Junior Erin Welch: Up, up, and away! 15 17 18 Page 19 1. ,32 cal. chiquita goes off at a peel. 2. Kim Grape 3. " The water’s only four feet deep in the corridor.” 4. Belly full of laughs with the Whistling Midgets. 19 One more time, one last time before graduation, we saw the senior class together — laughing, sing- ing and dancing. One more time, one last time before graduation, we stood to salute them for their spirit, talent and dedication. The class of ’79 performed professionally, but with a recognizable elation at being with their friends. Their enthusiasm was seen in every song and skit — every movement on stage. Once again the awesome Olympians took our breath away, only to have it returned in uproarious laughter at the fine comedy. Talent and determina- tion on the part of the seniors and their advisors made it an evening to remember. One more time, we got on our feet and applauded them. They cheered — one last time, before their final cheer. 20 Page 20 1 . " Sit on it, Gladys!” 2. Doing the Time Warp 3- Emcee’s Nancy Burns and Bill Uzell 4. Why? Page 21 1. " Need a date for the senior prom?” 2. " You wanna build a campfire, Dougie?” 3. Disco Chris 4. Lynn St. Germain 5. " Have it your way . OOOPS!” 21 23 Class Night 1979 — Chez Josef 1. Irene Cassota and Joyce Tubbs pose for the camera. 2. Laurie LaCroix laughs at the senior’s last social gathering. 3. Tim O’Konis " . . . and let me tell you something else . . .” 4. Buddies Bob Teseny, Bill O’Brien, and Nancy Bums flash a smile. 5. Tom Henry dances the night away. 1. " We just washed our hair and can’t do a thing with it!” Front Row — Chris Catalina, Rob Hayden, Lee Pascoe, Ed McMurray. Row Two — Steve Richer, Bucky Parsons, Craig Boucher, Jim Kelly, Mike Lupi. 2. Jeff Stein, Kathy Arvisais dance one more time . . . 3. Liz Smith, Scott Lescault, Sue Bartholomew, and Gwen Gonyea share a joke. 4. Ellen Jones dances with another senior one last time . . . 5. Sue Sheehan, Jane Apruzzese, April Gamage, and Jenn Stauble sit around their table and share a smile. 25 AWARDS Awards separate us from all others in today’s conformist society. Awards set us apart and place us above all others, for a moment, so that our peers can take notice and recognize the achievement we have accomplished. They set us apart for a moment, so that our peers can look at us and say, " This is an individual who has surpassed the ordinary.” Congratulations. 1 . " For acidemic excellence in the study of Science and the pursuit of independent study and research in science an award is presented to Mr. A1 Babyok.” 2. " For outstanding participation in Varsity Athletics, displaying qualities of leadership, teamwork, cooperation, loyalty and diligence an award is presented to Mr. Edward McMurray.” 3. " For outstanding achievement in Art, awards are presented to Mr. Walter Prayzner and Miss Carol Mcxjre.” 4. " An award in physical education is presented to a student who excels in physical education for at least three quarters, and has demonstrated an enthusiasm for physical aaivity while not being involved in interscholastic sports. The award is presented to Miss Suzanne Telesky and Mr. Vin Hogan.” 1. " The Tri-Town Nurses’ Club presents a $50.00 check to a girl who plans to continue her education at a school of nursing. The award is presented to Miss Kim Rauschenbach ” 2. " An award for OUTSTANDING STUDENT is offered to a student who demonstrated dependability, responsibility and unselfish service to the schcxjl community. The award is presented to Miss Susan Sheehan” 3. " An award is given to a girl who has displayed extensive involvement and proficiency in interscholastic athletics, coupled with the qualities of leadership, sportsmanship, teamwork, cooperation, diligence and loyalty The award is presented to Miss Jane Korb.” Barbara Allen A1 Babyok Bev Baril Karin Baum Joanne Bosco Jim Breslin Mark Burke Nancy Burns Larry Carbonell Beth Card Susan Cunningham Terri Demers Deborah Dunton Lisa Ferrato Dave Flanaghan Doug Fosberg Melissa Gainey Cindy Gatto Robin Gilmore Debbie Graham Kim Grape Maureen Henderson Vin Hogan Charles Johnson Randy Kamay Laura Kaufmann Tom Keegan Jerry Kingsbury Jane Korb Bonnie Lombardi Joe Malley Ed McMurray Laurie Meissner Carol Moore Gina Morello Dave Morgan Bill O’Brien Philip Poli Walter Prayzner Kim Rauschenbach Donna Sandford Carol Schober Jeff Schools Bruce Schroder Sue Sheehan Robert Stears Anne Strapp Sue Telesky Betty Trowbridge Kathy Turmelle As our senior year approached, many of us looked upon gradua- tion as something intangible — something we knew we would eventually reach, but yet it seemed too far off to imagine. But then June 12 was here, and with the arrival of that day, we began to think about ourselves, our friends, and our futures; so much, in fact, that we were overwhelmed by many mixed emotions. And these emotions were mirrored on the faces of our friends. Because we had . . . 1 . 2 . 3. 4. 5 . The feeling of pride — Barbara Allen The look of nervousness — Merle Grundy The desire to laugh — Dan Syrotiuk The look of accomplishment — Lori Caldwell. The smile of achievement — Lynn St. Germain. The walk of distinction — Caro! Schober The look of a winner — Liat Leech. The fulfillment of our first ambition — Tom Ceniglio. The feeling of apprehension and determination — Larry Szeniawski. 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 31 oulUAiSCt DEPARTMENT ENRiCO FERMI HIGH SCHOOL 124 NORTH MAPLE STREET


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