Forest Lake Academy - Mirror Yearbook (Apopka, FL)

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totAX: sv Vv- c; - x Vv vAn Cv S -y HA w J ' C ' Y ' sAu Jo , ' - v d.ov V iks V viNX3. s£c vKi ' c ' f ei Oo- X X t o ' - Ntg. - M i V xV " 5 - • r vK ' Xl- .V - vf?: i X _ rs - 7 FOREST LAKE ACADEMY 3909 EAST SEMORAN BOULEVARD APOPKA, FLORIDA 32703-6199 TELEPHONE (305) 862-8411 VOLUME 40 1984-1985 CONTENTS L THEME 1 SENIORS 14 JUNIORS 37 SOPHOMORES 49 FRESHMEN 57 NEW STUDENTS 64 FACULTY 65 ORGANIZATIONS 75 ACTIVITIES 105 SPORTS 131 DIRECTORY 145 ADVERTISING 156 n EDITOR ' S FOREWORD Sand dunes, breezes, fluffy clouds, rushing ocean — Drifts, Drafts, and Directions. A unique description of life here at our school. Drifts are the result of breezes causing parti- cles of sand to form a mound much like the gathering of people in the Forest Lake Acad- emy student body. Drafts are breezes, soft or harsh, that form those mounds or drifts, similar to the every- day influences that shape our individual lives as well as the spirit of our student body. Directions are the paths drifts take as the drafts push and shape them. Each one of us at Forest Lake Academy is responsible for the direction our life takes and for the effec- tiveness and direction we can lend to our student body. We hope that this book of your memories reflects your drift and that you have enjoyed pleasant drafts that have directed you up- ward. Kenneth C. Gano DRIFTS I had seen the great, but I had not seen the small. Alfieri No friend ' s a friend till he shall prove a friend. Beaumont and Fletcher It nnatters not how long we live, but how. Bailey O 3 ' VJ — c l ( (v:i c O 9 9 o S9 DRAFTS Every person is responsible for all the good within the scope of his abilities, and for no more and none can tell whose sphere is the largest. Gail Hamilton A day for toil, an hour for sport. But for a friend is life too short. Ralph Waldo Emerson Should old be forgot, And never thought upon. Robert Ayton DIRECTIONS Every man ' s life is a fairy-tale written by God ' s finger. Hans-Christensen Anderson Dost thou love life? Then do not squan- der time, for that is the stuff life is made of. Benjamin Franklin Most people would succeed in small things if they were not troubled with great ambitions. Anonymous DEDICATION As petrified little freshmen, we barely knew you except as a football ref or an aggressive player on the field; As sophomores, you put the fear of biology into us. You even drug us out of bed at 5:30 am on a cold Sunday morning to watch birds! As the years moved on, we grew to love, respect and honor you!! Your stories made us laugh on a down day, the scoldings shaped us up so we ' d improve and do better. To you, Paul Elvis Viar, our favorite hillbilly and bio professor, we dedicate this annual. The Mirror Staff 10 n 12 A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL Milton once called time " the subtle thief of youth. " For those few years of life, time seems like eternity Its glowing orb gives health, vigor and a feeling of expectancy Yet how often that dreamlike future becomes the stuff of shattered dreams and lost opportuni- ties. To the Christian youth that future need not be! Life in Christ brings a glowing challenge of potential. It is a frame of reference not bound by a slot in time but focused on a vision of real eternity. Your time here at Forest Lake Academy is part of the measurement of decisions, ac- tions, and attitudes which will determine how you will spend your future. What you are will determine what you will become May God give you the perception to see and the strength to do that which will bring pur- pose and direction to your final goal. Elder Robert L, Caskey 13 : ■ ' " Ih| | eaun AGUIAR, EDWARD ALICEA, LIZZETTE ALLYN, DAWN AUSTIN, KAREN BADGER, CHARLES BAEZ, KAREN BAGSHAW, ROBERT BARNETT, DAVID BELL, BONNIE BLACK, CECELIA BLEAU, DE ANNE BOND, MARK SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 16 BOOKER, BROOKE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS BRIGNONI, ABNER BURBY, LOUIS BURKS, RANDALL CARDONA, NEREYDA CARLSON, AARON CARTER, TV CHRISTENSEN, MICHELLE CHRISTOPHER, CHERYLENE CONNATSER, JEFFREY COOK, JOY CREAMER, DAVID 17 a BEST ALL-AROUND SENIORS — Chris Dowell and Marigold Nabong KAREN MARIA BAEZ — Karen April 27, 1967 — Manhattan, N.Y. 1 — Editor class newspaper, reporter for school paper; 2 — Class Treasurer, reporter for school paper; 3 — S.A. Public Relations, reporter for school paper; 4 — NHS. Officer, Co-Editor for REFLECTOR, R.A. Committee, Chairman S.A. Program ' s Committee; Skiing with the band in N.C , Canoeing with Uncle Larry, getting a car my Senior year, winning Grand Prize at the Tal- ent Show, trying to imitate Mrs. Hopkins ' funny accent, Tutoring my Chemistry " disciples " at one of our pizza-feed-cram-sessions before a test; " Be careful what you do and say, for you may be the only Bible somebody reads. " UNDE- CIDED BRENT SHERWOOD BAGSHAW — Goofyfoot June 22, 1967 — Wichita, Kansas 2 — Band; 3 — Band; 4 — Band; Interm week canoe trip, Jr. Sr. Bible Conf.; Anything Louie says. PARAMEDIC DAVID JAMES BARNETT — ■■Bucky " February 23, 1966 — Jackson, MISS. 1 ; 2; 3 — Choir, N.G.; 4 — Choir, N.G.; snowski- ing, Bible Conf., N.G. trips, G.O.A.L. campers. Class trip; " Where ' s the Beef? " THEOLOGY BONNIE MARIE BELL — " B.R " October 22, 1966 — Orlando, FL 3; 4; Going places with my friends, surprising Eddie with B-day lunch, being part of the gang, class trip; " Are, Are! CRIMINALOGY EDWARD JOSEPH AGUIAR — Zeus September 8, 1966 — Cleveland, Ohio 2; 3; 4; N.C. ski trip, watching David fall down the mountain. Sophomore Valentine Banquet, Mexi- co trip getting lost with Donerys. Diane and Ner- eyda, beach with Chuck and Judd; " I love you! " MEDICINE AWILDA LIZZETTE ALICIA — Lizard March 18, 1966 — Manyaquez, PR. 1 — Outdoor Club; 2 — Class senator. Girl ' s Club Sgt.-at-arms; 3 — Drama Club; 4; Senior Survival, Class Trip, beach; " Psst! " ACTRESS DAWN MICHELLE ALLYN — Dawny January 25, 1967 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL 1, 2, 3, 4; Art class with Suzame Tong; " I ' m sorry! " BUSINESS KAREN EMILY AUSTIN — Karen November 15, 1966 — Niles, Michigan 1 — Band; 2 — Band; 3 — Band; 4 — National Honor Society; Bible Conference, Band Camps, Mexico Trip, and Kevin " Never mind! " MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY CHARLES ALLEN BADGER — Chuckle November 14, 1967 — St. Joseph, Ml 1 — Band; 2 — Band; 3 — RA Sonshine leader. Band, Sax Ouartet; 4 — Band treasurer secre- tary, RA Public Relations, Sax Ouartet, National Honor Society President, Band: Southern Union Bible Conference, Music Festival, Band Camps, ski trips, Senior Survival, Senior Class Trip, SA Banquets, being together with our class; " Be yourself! " CHEMIST - V»« ' , MOST COURTEOUS SENIORS — Lucinda Emde and Ariel Jimenez 18 MOST DEPENDABLE SENIORS — Dale Smith and Tonya Curtis LOUIS ALLEN BURBY — Louie March 17. 1967 — Avon Park, FL 3; 4 — Boy ' s Club Treasurer; Southern Union Bible Conf. McDonalds with Brent and Rick, My Senior Year; " Be Cool! " LAWYER RANDALL DALE BURKS — Batman October 22, 1965 — Paris, Tn 2 — Boy ' s Club Pastor Song leader. REFC- TOR STAFF. Usher ' s Club; 3 — Nhs, Sunshine leader. Boy ' s Club Pastor, REFLECTOR Co-Edi- tor; 4 — NHS, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students. Choir, New Gen., RE- FLECTOR Editor; Mexico trip, Mr, Viar ' s Bio class. Bible Conf.. Winning " Gentleman of Mc- Clure Hall " . Senior Survival; " Do your very best — why cheat yourself! " PREVENTIVE MEDI- CINE NEREYDA CARDONA — Nereyda June 11. 1967 — Manhattan. NY 1; 2; 3; 4; Mexico trip. Bio II trip. Senior Survival. Class Trip; " Ahh Man! " R N, TY CAMERON CARTER — Ty July 8. 1967 — Orlando. FL 2; 3; 4; Comparing W.H.. AH. Eng, grades with Darlyn and ending up with a better grade. going out to eat with Bonnie. Cece Eddie. Laughing at Mrs. Hopkins in class, a my friends. Senior Survival; " That ' s terrible! " BUSINESS CECELIA MARIE BLACK — Ceceles November 2, 1967 — PekIn, III. 2 — Band; 3 — New Gen, Choir, Band; 4 — Art Editor — Mirror; Bringing M M to school with Brooke Wilamenia, Plan " B " . NG Trips, reher- sals. Band trip to N C, winning the dating game. Banquets, special friends, bird watching at 6:00 am: " I am not a dumb blonde! " DE ' ANNE A ' LYNN BLEAU — Deedles July 29, 1967 — Detroit, Mich. 1 — Senator; 2 3 — Songleader, Girls Club; 4 — Sonshine Coordinator, girls club secretary; Bible Conf, Interm Week, Ski Trip, Dorm life rooming with Renee and pillow fights. " You ' re soo amazing! " Dental Hygenist MARK ALAN BOND — Bondo October 12, 1966 — Kansas City, KS 1; 2; 3, 4 — Class Sgt. at Arms; Band Camps, Ski Trips, Afterglows, Forest Lake! " Never do today, what you can put off until tomorrow! " Medicine Music Theology VERDA BROOKE BOOKER — Broot les May 3, 1967 — Orlando. Fl. 2 — R A, Committee; 3 — Class Sgt. at Arms. AYM. Senator Mirror Staff: 4 — S.A. Social Cor- dinator. Class Sgt, at Arms; N.C. Ski Trip. Times with Eddie, Decorating Valentines Banquet, Southern Union Bible Conf., Plan " B " , Mr. Men- dez. Palm Tree, The Drinking fountain. Class Meetings, " Give Me a Break! " Business ABNER BRIGNONI — Abner February 11, 1968 — Santruce, PR. 2; 3 — Choir; 4 — Choir, N.G.. Mirror. Shadow; Ski Trip to N.C. My Friends. Going to Granny ' s Taco Bell. East India after banquets. Good Times Pizza. " So What! " Medicine BEST SPORTSMAN AND SPORTS WOMEN Gibbons — Chris Dowell and Gail 19 CRIDER, CURTIS CRISSEY, THERON CRUZ, JULIE CURTIS, TONYA DALY, BARRY DININNY, DAVID DOWELL, CHRISTOPHER PRESIDENT EMDE, LUCINDA SECRETARY FACUNDUS, DARLYN FOX, TINA FOXWORTHY, WILLIAM FREE, CARL 20 FRETT, DARLENE GAIZO, CHRISTOPHER GANO, KENNETH GARDNER, JOSEPH GlBBONSr-SA L TREASURER GOOD, JASON GRIFFIN, TIA HALL, BRYAN HARNAGE, TIMOTHY HIGGINS, PAULETTE HOLLOWAY, MICHAEL HOWARD, MARY ANN 21 MICHELLE LYNN CHRISTENSEN — Mitch April 13, 1966 — Hutchinson, MN 1; 2; 3; 4; Senior Survival, Class trip. Bio labs, and ski trip; " Say what? " BUSINESS CHERYLENE RENEA CHRISTOPHER — Cheri October 23, 1966 — Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1; 2: 3; 4; Senior Survival, dating Randy, being with friends, getting crazy; " Ya know? " COS- MOTOLOGIST JEFFREY LYNN CONNATSER — Cancer January 23, 1967 — Ft. Hood, TX 3; 4; " B " League tootball , Britta: AUTOMOTIVE FIELD JOY TERESA COOK — Joy June 26, 1967 — Detroit, Ml 2 — S.A. Senator; 3 — Band; 4; Senior Survival, Class trip: INTERIOR DESIGNER DAVID CHRISTOPHER CREAMER — Chief Crazy l-lorse September 27, 1967 — Dunedin Beach, FL 2 — S.A. Senator; 3; 4 — Business mgr, — MIRROR; homeleaves, vacations, best friend — Chuck, seeing Stanley, NC ski trip, Hoosler Lang; " HI! " GENERAL CONTRACTOR MOST STUDIOUS SENIORS — Randy Burks and Karen Austin CURTIS BRIAN CRIDER — Tatt December 12, 1967 — Homested, FL 3 — Choir; 4 — Choir, NG; times with Raymond and Barry; " That ' s life! " THEOLOGY THERON BALTAZAR CRISSEY — Stud October 15, 1966 — Orlando, FL 2; 3; 4 — Outdoor Club; failing Geometry, class trip, loud music; " Jesus Saves! " THEOLOGY TONYA DEE CURTIS — TC April 12, 1967 — Phoenix, Arizona 1 — Class secretary; Band; 2 — Band: 3 — R.A,, Gym Team; 4 — Gym Team; Interim weeks. Park Avenue, gym trip to Mt, PIsgah, gum, bets with Carol, MH Tiger shirt; " Forget It, just forget it! " VETERINARIAN BARRY ELSWORTH DALY — Bear January 29, 1967 — PImouth, Monsterrat BWI 3; 4: Senior Survival, Class trip, Bible Confer- ence; " What time Is It?! " MEDICINE MOST ARTISTIC SENIORS — Suzame Tong and Theron Crissey 22 DAVID LEWIS DININNY - July 22, 1966 — Elmira. 4, The people at school; — Dinninny NY " Get off! " BUSINESS LUCINDA DREW EMDE — Cinda J uly 31, 1966 — Gregory, S.D. 1 — Band; 2 — Band; 3 — Band; 4 — Glass Secretary, Girl ' s Club President, Band, Who ' s Who Among American Students, Bible Conf, and Camps, Senior Class Trip, Banquets ELE- MENTARY EDUCATION DARLYN SUE FACUNDUS — Darlyn October 7, 1966 — Orlando, PL 2 — Band, Flute Trio; 3 — Sabbath School; 4 — Band, Flute Trio: Flute and Band trips. Senior Survival, Class Trip, Pizza Hut, Watering ducks; " Oh well! " INTERIOR DESIGNER TINA MARIE FOX — Foxy March 28, 1967 — Mun e, IN 2 — Usher ' s Club; 3 — S.A. Senator, Usher ' s Club; 4 — Class Administration Assistant, MIR- ROR typist. Usher Club Group Leader; Senior Survival, JR. SR. Bible Conf. 83 84 84 85, Banquets, Friends, Ice Skating, Busch Gardens, Senior Class Trip, PanAm Youth Congress, fight- ing Vi ith Jerry; " Ask me if I care! " PSYCHOLO- GY INTERIOR DECORATOR MOST FRIENDLY SENIORS — William Richards and Michelle Maniquiz CARL NORMAN FREE, JR — Freebird November 10, 1966 — Chicago, Illinois 1 — Boy ' s Club; 2 — Boy ' s Club; 3 — Boy ' s Club, Astronomy Club; 4 — Reflector Co-Editor; Astronomy Club; Ninja Raids, Practical Jokes, Romances, Midnight Specials, Saturday Nights, class trip; " I disagree! " JAVELIN CATCHER DARLENE LEAH FRETT — Dee April 6, 1967 — Brooklyn, New York 3 — Band; 4 — Band; Weekends in Dorm, Trip to N.C., Sports; " Ahh Snap! " BUSINESS KENNETH CHARLES GANG — Gano July 26, 1967 — Gainsville, Florida 1; 2 — Shadow Editor; Reflector Layout Editor, Usher ' s Club; 3 — Shadow Editor, New Genera- tion, Boy ' s Club Vice-President, Reflector Lay- out Editor, National Honor Society, Choir; 4 — New Generation, Mirror, Editor, Reflector Layout Editor, National Honor Society, Choir; The men of 2 west, MEDICAL RESEARCH JOSEPH ALLEN GARDNER, JR — Joe July 27, 1967 — Stone Mountain, GA 1, 2, 3, 4; Scuba diving. Senior Class Trip, Mid- night bowling, snow skiing. Senior Survival, working for Mr. Litten, 2nd in bike race: " Whaf " BMW ENGINEER GAIL GIBBONS — rootball tS " ' = " January 13, 1968 — Miami, FL 3 — Girl ' s Club Treasurer; 4 — Girl ' s Club Pas- torette. Class Treasurer, RA; Band Trip to North Carolina, first time skiing. BUSINESS SENIORS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED — Chuck Badger and Marigold Nabong 23 HWANG, CAROL HYDE, ROBIN IM, PATRICK PASTOR JANESKO, JAMES JIMENEZ, ARIEL JONES, VANGIE KELLER, RICHARD KINCAID, MILA KUIST, GERD LOMAS, DERRICK LUNA, MAXI MACHADO, JOHN 24 MACK, EDWARDO MANIZUIZ, MICHELLE MARKS, RODNEY MARTIN, ALLAN McENDRE, CHARLES McGEE, THEODORE MENHENNETT, LISA MERCADO, YAMILE MONROE, GINGER MORRIS, CHAD NABONG, MARIGOLD VICE-PRESIDENT NELSON, SHAWN 25 JASON SAMUEL GOOD — Momma ' s Boy February 22, 1967 — Marion, Indiana 4; Ladies, Bible Conference. Senior Survival, class trip, friends, lousy cafe food, gymnastic tnps: " Hufi? " STRIKE IT RICH IN AUSTRALIA TIA MICHELLE GRIFFIN — Taco October 19, 1966 — Winter Haven, Florida 3; 4; Senior Survival, class trip, friends; COSMOTO- LOGIST BRYAN THOMAS HALL — Bryan July 30, 1967 — Greensboro, North Carolina 3; 4: Senior Survival, class trip; CPA MICHAEL RAYMOND HOLLOWAY — Mike November 9, 1966 -- Orlando, Flonda 1 — Band; 2 — Band; 3 — Band; 4; Nortfi Carolina Ski Trip, Band jams. ASYLUM: " Cfilll out! " BUSINESS MARY ANN HOWARD — Mary Ann September 9, 1967 — Dade City, Florida 1; 2; 3; 4; Valentine ' s Banquet 84, Luau ' 84, crazy friends my junior year; " Man, leave me alone! " REGISTERED NURSE CAROL LYNN HWANG — Opus August 2, 1967 — Jacksonville. Florida 3 — Girl ' s soccer basketball. Girl ' s Club pianist; 4 — S.A, Secretary, NHS, Captain — girl ' s vol- leyball. Girl ' s Club pianist; Ruffles, Class of ' 84, A P class, " Bif " , SHARKS, Senior Survival, working for J.C. Lynn, " Carol Hviiang bars " . Polo, Ski trip. Fall Picnic Tennis Matcfn ' 85, Boot, " Awesome Foursome " , Bill Opus; MOST MISCHEIVOUS SENIORS — Louie Burby and Monica NeSmith ROBIN VANESSA HYDE de PHILLIP — Chom- bau August 29, 1967 — Frencfi Harbour, Honduras, C.A. 3; 4; Senior Survival, Mr. Vlar ' s beacfi trip. Senior class trip, Interm Week, Dorm life, going to Tampa for my birttiday; " I ' ll get him someday! " BUSINESS PATRICK HYUN CHUN IM — Pat September 6, 1967 — Los Angeles, California 1 — Band; 4 — Band, Sax quartet, class pastor, band council-member, AYM; Southern Union Bi- ble Conference, Senior Survival, Class trip. Sax quartet, McDonald ' s, SA Banquets, Lifesaving class. Running errands for dorm kids, Being with my friends. East India: " Wow! Are you seri- ous?! " MEDICINE JAMES JAY JANESKO — Jimmy December 9, 1966 — Point Pleasant, New Jer- sey 1; 2; 3; 4; Boy ' s dorm Ninja committees, Interm Week, canoe trip. Senior Survival; " Where ' s the wave ' ' " PHYSICAL THERAPIST ARIEL JIMENEZ— A.J. February 18, 1966 — Aguadllla, PR. 2 — Choir; 3 — Choir, New Generation, Sgt.-at- arms. Boy ' s Club treasurer. Recreation chair- man; 4 — Choir, New Generation; Senior Surviv- al, class trip, NG trips. Music Festival, Bible Con- ference, dorm life, all-star games; " Get out of here man! " BUSINESS WORST SENIOR DRIVERS — Ty Carter and Bonnie Bell 26 VANGIE HELEN JONES — Vanquilena May 6. 1968 — LeCeiba, Honduras, C.A. 3: 4: Rooming with De. P.E. coach, Junior class trip, water tights with Monica and Carol, pillow tights with De and Renee; " Hey! Smile! " CPA RICHARD SCOTT KELLER — RIKK April 6, 1967 — Orlando, Florida 1; 2; 3; 4; Senior Survival, class trip, class night, " Oh, bird brain! " SHAKLEE MILA FAYE KINCAID — Mo December 13, 1966 — Orlando Florida 4; Senior survival, shopping: " Oh, Please! " UNDECIDED DERRICK LEMOYNE CHARLES LOMAS — Dirk March 28, 1968 — Jacksonville, Florida 4; Class trip. Senior Survival, class night; " What ' s up ' " MATH professor MAXI LUNA — Max March 24. 1967 — New York, New York 4: Sen- ior Survival, class trip; " Chili out! " OPTOM- ETRIST JOHN DAVID MACHADO — Machado April 4, 1967 — Worchester. Mass. 1 — band; 2 — band; 3 — band, Rec. Commit- SENIORS WIT H MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT — Brook Booker and Allan Martin tee; 4 — gym-team, Rec. Chairman; banquets, class trips. Senior Survival; " Good one " NURSE ANESTHETIST EDUARDO MACK deJEFFERS — Eddie February 14, 1967 — Rio Pudra, Puerto Rico 4; Senior Survival, Class trip; none; Music MICHELLE MANIOUIZ — Flip April 26, 1967 — Chicago, III. 4 — Coordinator Sabbath activities, MIRROR staff. New Gen., Choir; Senior Survival, Interim week, dorm life, getting food from village people. New Gen.; " - " ORTHODONTIST •, ' RODNEY MARKS, JR. — Dude August 25. 1967 — Martinsburg, West Virginia 4; playing guitar. Senior Survival; " Kickback " BUSINESS MOST HUMOROUS SENIORS — Karen Baez and Eddie Aguiar 27 NESMITH, MONICA OASE, DAVID OLSEN, ROBERT ORNDORFF, DAWN OST, JEFFEREY PARKER, TODD PAULIN, DONERYS PER RY, KEVIN POWELL, KEVIN PRATT, JONATHON PRESCOTT, SHAWN - PBIDE. KEVIN 28 QUINONES, HOPE RICHARDS, WILLIAM RIVERA, DEIRDRE ROBERTS, RENEE SAMPSON, JOHN SAMUELS, RAYMOND SHIMEK, TRACEY SMITH, DALE SPINELLA, APRIL STARR, LYNNETTE STURDIVANT, BETH ANN SUAREZ, DANIEL 29 ARTEMIO ALLEN MARTIN II — Chico June 12, 1967 — St. John ' s, New Brunswick, Canada 1 — class president, band. Boy ' s Club sgt. -al- arms: 2 — AYBL President, band; 3 — class President, band council member, NHS Sec, Sonshine leader. Sabbath school leader, Boy ' s Club Pastor; 4 — 8. A. President, NHS, Gym- team; band trips, Bible Conference. — 4th of July, w r.c. on duty, ski trip. The Deer Hunter and the Ivlountain, shooting rubber bands at Brooke Shields, bio labs; UNDECIDED CHARLES DAVID tvlcENDREE — Charles December 7, 196 6 — PeeWee Valley, Kentucky 3; 4 — R.A. treasurer; Valentines banquet, R,A Committee, Friday night vespers afterglow " Smile! " BUSINESS THEODORE WAYNE N tcGEE — Ted March 17, 1984 — Buckhannon, WV 3; 4 — National Honor Society; goofing off dur ing study hall, playing practical jokes; AVIATION LISA JOY MENHENNETT — Sea Sea Wea April 24, 1967 — Binghampton, NY 1 ; 2; 3 — AYBL Secretary; 4 — LPN: being with Roily, and my friends; " Nasty base! " NURSE ANESTHETIST YAMILE MERCADES MERCADO — Yamile October 22, 1967 — Manhatian, NY 2 — class secretary, S.A. representative; 3 — New Gen., choir; 4 — S.A. Vice President, New Gen., choir; New Gen. trips, ' Right Julie ' , 83-84 Luau, Bible Con., Music Festival, ' Right A.J. ' ; " Que Pasa? " RN MOST RELIGIOUS SENIORS — Kevin Powell and Renee ' Roberts MOST MUSICAL SENIORS — Mark Bond and Carol Hwang 30 - ,»!,.■ .-:1! " ' .,, ! f.....wmm.. s f JT ' " ' ' - ' ' V, ; SENIOR CLASS CLOWNS - Paulette Higgin and Mike Holloway GINGER MONROE — Shorty October 11, 1967 — Pinehills, FL 3, 4; Robert Olsen; RN MARIGOLD NABONG — Mangold April 4, 1966 — Manilla, Philppine 1 — band: 2 — band: 3 — class paster, VP NHS. Girl ' s Club paster, ctioir, band. New Gen ; 4 — class V. P., S.A. senator. Girl ' s Club Trea- surer, choir, NHS: December 4, 1983 — Boys Club open House, February 2, 1984 to NC: MEDICINE SHAWN DEE NELSON — Dee April 11, 1966 — St. Joseph, Ml 1 — band, band council, brass: 2 — band coun- cil, brass, band: 4 — band. President NHS, brass: Senior Survival, class trip, band camp, snovi skiing trip: " Riggght! " ANESTHETIST MONICA NESMITH — Monster August 13, 1967 — Tampa, Fl. 1 — Girls Club pastor, gym-team: 2 — class VP,, Temperence, gym-team: 3 — Junior V.P., gym-team: 4 — gym-team; gym. trips, hanging out with the gang, Freshmen Bible Conference, crazy times in the dorm, coaches insaticfiable demand for snickers: INTERIOR DESIGNER SHYEST SENIORS — Jon Pratt and Hope Quinones 31 THEOBOLD, DIANE TONG, SUZAME VALENZUELA, GLENN WEATHERSBY. NATHAN WELCH, MELISSA WILLSEY, JENNIFER YAKUSH, CAROLYN 32 I YNNETTE LORRAINE STARR — Lynn January 8, 1967 — Salisbury. NC 3: 4 — Choir, New Gen.; Southern Union Bible Conf . Music Festival, mall trips, slumber parties, football and Softball games, meals with Randy: EDUCATION BETH ANN STURDIVANT — Annie November 19. 1966 — Ivlarlborough. Mass 1 — REFLECTOR staff; 2 — REFLECTOR staff; 3 — REFLECTOR and MIRROR staff; 4 — Asst, Editor REFLECTOR. Copy Editor MIRROR: Mexi- co trip. Valentine ' s banquet with Jets, talks with my " brothers " . CHRISTMAS! chaperoning, EP- COT!, birthdays. Senior Survival, yearbook deadlines. Busch Gardens; " OOOOkay! " AU- THOR DANIEL E SUAREZ — Danny November 15, 1967 — Havana, Cuba 4; " That ' s life ' " X-RAY TECHNICIAN DIANE LYNN THEOBOLD — Diane July 9, 1967 — Orlando, FL 1; 2; 3. 4; Mexico trip. Senior Survival. Class trip. Bio II trip. Bible Conference; " Give me a Break! " BUSINESS SUZAME TONG — Shazam. Swami January 4. 1968 — Vancouver, British Colum- bua Can. 2 — REFLECTOR staff; 3 — Art Edi- tor REFLECTOR; 4 — S.A. Public Relations, Asst Copy Editor MIRROR. Asst. Editor RE- FLECTOR; cr uising 436 with Eddie and Richy in a convertible in the rain, raisin cookies with Jen- nifer W , Diane ' s Birthday party at East India, Eddie ' s surprise B-day party in Spanish II. eating donuts while being late to Physics, the Beach with Darlyn Sue; " No. I ' m CHINESE!! " PSY- CHOLOGY FREE LANCE WRITER m aat aac. SENIORS WITH BEST SMILE — Jason Good and Gerd Kuist MOST CHEERFUL SENIORS — Ty Carter and Carol Yakush 33 TODD CHRISTOPHER PARKER — Todd August 1, 1967 — Orlando, FL 2 — Astronomy Club; 3 — Astrononay Club; 4; Mexico trip, Southern Union Bible Conference, snow skiing. Senior Survival, Class Trip; none. COMPUTER ENGINEER KEVIN PERRY — Kevin September 22, 1967 — Jacksonville, FL 2. 3. 4; " Don ' t worry about it! " UNDECIDED KEVIN FLOYD POWELL — Nivek October 29. 1966 — Cleveland. TN 1 — Class Pastor. Band; 2 — Band. Brass; 3 — Band. Brass; 4 — R.A. President. Band. Coun- cil. National Honor Society, Brass; episodes witti " Charley " , Brass trips and good friends. " Good night! " MINISTER JONATHON DAVID PRATT — Jon December 12. 1966 — Carmichael. CA 1. 2. 3. 4; Spring picnics, class trip; none. CARPENTER KEVIN EUGENE PRIDE — Kool-aid Kid May 15. 1967 — PMmnrpam A| 4; Class Trip. Class Night; " What ' s up man?! " PHYSICIAN DAVID RAYMOND CASE — Odie February 10. 1967 — Fort Ord. CA 4; The Junior-Senior Banquet; Murphy ' s Law COMPUTER PROGRAMMER ROBERT KIRK OLSEN — Robert October 12. 1966 — Hieleah, FL 3. 4; Ginger Monroe; none PILOT 34 RAYMOND GEORGE SAMUELS — Raymond May 27, 1967 — Winnipeg. Manitoba, Canada 3; 4 — Sabbath School Super intendent, Choir: Class Trip, Senior Survival, Class Night, Interim Week, Special times with friends: " Later on! " ANESTHESIOLOGIST TRACY LYNN SHIMEK — Shumck March 11, 1967 — Milwaukee, Wl 1: 2: 3: 4, September 9, 1984, Senior Survival. Class Trip, sharing moments good and bad: " Let me see! " PSYCHOLOGY MARVIN DALE SMITH, JR — Dale August 29, 1966 — Winter Haven, EL 1 — Choir, Astronomy Club: 2 — Sound Booth. Choir: 3 — Usher ' s Club. Astronomy Club. Sound Booth Manager. R.A. Council, Outdoor Club: 4 — Usher ' s Club. Astronomy Club. Sound Booth Manager. R.A. Council. Outdoor Club: Southern Union Bible Conference, class- mates: " Oh, help! " ACCOUNTANT APRIL DAWN SPINELLA — Spaghetti November 17, 1966 — Passaic, NJ 3: 4 — Sonshine Leader: Southern Union Bible Conference. Music Festival. Band Camp. Senior Survival: " I ' m gonna fail! " MEDICAL HOPE OUINONES — Hope March 14. 1967 — Nicaragua 2: 3: 4: ice skating Interm Week with Dawn and Chen. " Oh shootji " INTERIOR DECORATOR WILLIAM ARTHUR RICHARDS III — Chilly Willy October 25. 1968 — New York City. New York 2: 3 — REFLECTOR photographer: 4 — Pho- tography Editor MIRROR: darkroom: " Groovy, man! " PHYSICIAN DEIRDRE RIVERA — Dee September 19. 1966 — New York, New York 1: 2: 3 — Clown ministry, SA Social Committee, 4 — Gym Team. Computer Social Club: Michael Jackson mama!. Class of ' 85. Class Night, Pizza parties with TC, Senior Survival, Gym trip to Mt Pisgah!!, being with AJ. chalk fights with Allan, Classic Chevy buddies, Fall Picnic ' 85, Butter- finger bets with Coach, shopping, gunning down people with DC: " I ' m hungry! " NURSING RENEE JOSEPHINE ROBERTS — Nay-Nay January 14. 1967 — Fort Dix. NJ 3 — Girl ' s Club officer: 4-R,a. Committee, Girl ' s Club officer, MIRROW staff: De ' s Aunt Joy ' s house, pillow fights, making fun of De ' s ugly teddy bear: " You ' re so-o-o amazing! " REAL ESTATE JOHN PHILLIP SAMPSON — John August 30, 1966 — Ft. Pierce. FL 1 — Band: 2 — Band: 3 — Band: 4: Senior Survival. Class Trip: " Get a |ob! " CONTRACTOR 35 BEST DRESSED SENIORS — Michelle Christensen and Bill Foxworthy GLENN A. VALENZUELA — Glenn December 10. 1967 — El Paso, Texas 4; Senior Survival, class trip: " Fruitcake! " Busi- ness Administration NATHAN JOEH WEATHERSBY — Shrimp October 13, 1967 — New Orleans, Louisiana 4 — New Generation; getting suspended from the cafe for going to Yamile ' s birthday party; " Be careful out there! " Air Force MELISSA FAYE WELCH — Lisa, Lisel January 6. 1967 — Orlando, Florida 2; 3; 4 — Choir, National Honor Society; Mexico trip, Spring of ' 83, Bible Conferences, Valentine Banquet, CHi-Chi ' s with Marigold, Cindy, Dawn, Ingathering, choir. Music Festival ' 84. time with Charley, Taco Bell dates with Kevin, Shawn, Dawn; " But why nof " CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT JENNIFER RENEE ' wILLSEY — Jen August 9, 1966 — Indianapolis, Indiana Suzame, the THREESOME, Tia and her pig prob- lems CAROLYNN JANELLE YAKUSH — Yuk-Yul December 4, 1966 — Hartford, Connecticut 1 — SA Senator, Choir; 2 — Choir; 3 — SA Social Coordinator; 4 — RA Sonshine Leader, Computer Social Club; The closeness felt when the seniors won the fall picnic, Patricia Im playing " Arnold " , Meeting the members of the Olympic team. Gab sessions with Darlyn, Senior Survival, Graduation, Watching " Lassiter " with Patricl , Chuck, Kevin and Rob; " Silly you! " COMPUTER SCIENCE 36 ALBURY, CHRISTYNE ALPHONSE, TRACEY ASTACIO, BECKY AYERS JOHN JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS — President, nail; Sergeants-at-arms, Cindy McNutt and Elita Hernandez: Micheile Fulbriglit; Vice-President, Lisa McQueen: Treasurer, Sponsors, Lois Stevens, Bob Stevens, Steve Hopkins Eric Merrifield; Secretary, Valerie Brown; Pastor, Wesley Big- 38 BARROW, TOD BARWICK, WILLIAM BATTLE, ZANETA BIGNAIL, WESLEY BOWEN, LENNETTE BOWERMAN, GHERIE BROWN, VALERIE BROYER, CHERYL 39 COBB, CHANTY COLE, KAREN COLLAZO, FRANCINE COUCH, RICHARD CROSS, HEATHER DAHN, DIANA DENNIS, DAWN DEWJI, MUHAMED 40 FULBRIGHT, MICHELLE GAYEN, DANIEL GORMELY, DANIEL GRAY, GERALD GRAYSON, CYNTHIA GREER, JASON HARRIS, JANET HENRIQUEZ, LONNA HORMES, TERRISA i-HOWARD, CARLOTTA HYDE, EDGAR HYDE, JED HYDE, SHAWN JOHNSON, JEAN JOHNSON, LOUIE JOHNSTON, PATRICK 42 LARSEN, DEBRA LEDBETTER, JONATHON LEE, LORIN ' LEWIS AMLE_= LIWAG, MELVIN LOVERIDGE, ROBERT LOWER, GEORGE MALMSTROM, MARTY MANESTAR, DAVID MARTIN, ROBERT MASSEY, GINA MAXIME, HILDA 43 McLaughlin, michelle McNUTT, CYNTHIA MCQUEEN, LISA MENHARDT, BRITTA MERRIFIELD, ERIC MILLER, CAROLYN MILLER, ELSIE NELSON, KEITH 44 PUTERBAUGH, EDWARD RAMEY, KEN REAMS, MICHAEL REID, CHARLES REYS, PEARLIE ROBERTS, DEMISE ROBERTS, SATIA ROLLS, JOHNNY 45 SCHMIDT, ROGER SCOTT, DAVID SELTMAN, LEE SENIOR, TAMARA SHAW, JOHN SHEPARD, VERLENE SHUCK, JAMES SKANTZ, INGRID 46 STRACK, KIMBERLEY SWANSON, SHANE SWARTZ, MICHELLE THOMAS, LISA VENCE, GREGORY VOGEL, CANDY WASHINGTON, WAYNE WATERS, ADA 47 L.AM1 WILSON, LINDA WOLCOTT, BILL WOOLEY, MELISSA ZINTEL, JOEY ZIRAKIAN, JOHN 48 1 ALBURY CHARLA ALDRIDGE, MARK ALPHONSE, ALISON ANDRUSHKA, ROMAN AUSTIN, DAVID BAEZ, ELAINE BANKES, ROBERT BAREFOOT, TRAVIS W4 SOPHOMORE CI Ass oFHiFUs AIJI- sI ' -Hs. )|;:, — retary, Calvin Henry; Treasurer, Darin Stuart; Pastor, Neils President. Joshua Barzey; Vice-President. Stielly Evers; Sec- Dormer; B % — » m Mm , -iO 50 BARRIEO, SEAN BARZEY, JOSHUA BLACK, ROBERT BLACK, RONALD BRACE, TRENT BROYER, RICHARD CAVANAUGH, HEATHER CEMER, SUSAN CEPEDA, ROBERTO COLLIER, LYNNETTE COLLINS, PRISCILLA COPENHAVER, RONALD 31 DORMER, NIELS EDGECOMBE, DAVID EDWIN, ROXANNE EVERS, SHELLEY FOWLER, KIM GARDNER, JEANIE GARRIDO, TAMMY GAYEN, UJJAL GILLIAM, RANDALL GRAHAM, RANDEL HAMILTON, STEPHANIE HANSEN, LE-RISA m % «. V it? j mj ,. ■ 52 HENRY, CALVIN HICKMAN, ANDRE ' HUBBELL, GERALD HYDE, HANSEN JACOBI, KIM JOHNSON, MARK JOHNSON, JAMES JUHL, DAWN LOPEZ, EILEEN MACAULEY, MELISSA MARCHANT, LISA MARCHANT, LORI MARTIN, TIMOTHY MCMILLIAN, KIMBERLEY MILES, MARGY MILLS, IRA MIRANDA, FRANK MONTES, JOSEPHER MURPHY, BOYCE NELSON, SHANE i4 !«»»» • vi,i? - ..i ' fMmi t? 54 O ' FILL, DANNY PALMER, RANDY PEARSON, LAMAR PEPIN, KIM PERRY, BEVERLY REID, MATTHEW RICHARDS, ANDREW SETH, BARBARA SHILLING, JERRY SILLS, PAUL 55 STEFKO, BURKE STEWART, DARIN STRACK, KATRINA THOMPSON, MICHAEL VAN HORN, TROY WALTHOUR, KEMILLA WEBB, REBECCA WHEELING, STEPHEN WHITAKER, JAMES WINN, JENNIFER ZINTEL, WENDY ZIRAKIAN, PAUL X v % .. m m . 5 56 " V-. I ex 9 o es L eVe cd , Oor Eord H i J: n MC - c S — ooco ' p N p r f neA M ANTOLIN, LORRAINE AUSTIN, BRUCE BADGER, KEVIN BAEZ, CARLA BALDRIDGE, DAVID BORRERO, JESSICA BROOME, ROBERT BROWN. KIM FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Presi- dent, Kevin Badger; Vice-President, Aaron Kwun; Secre- tary, Ronna Carter; Treasurer, Pam Starnes; Pastor, Rob Fulbrigtit, Sergeants-at-arms, Stacey Mastrapa; and Kevin McNeill; Sponsors; J.C. Lynn, Debbie Durictieck, Larry Ste- vens 5« BRUTUS, RACHELLE BULLOCK, ANGELA CARTER, RONNA COLE, DARYL COLEMAN, BRIAN CROFTON, MARK CULTON, LESLIE ELDRIDGE, DEBRA EMDE, BRYAN FEAGAN, JASON FENNELL, AMY FULBRIGHT, ROB GEBAUER, SHARNA GILLIAM, GINA GLASS, JOHN GRAY, DARREN h a m 59 GRIFFEN, LANELL HALL, TESS HARRISON, ANGELA HERMAN, PATRICIA HILEMAN, LYNITA HOEGKENDORF, LOR! HYDE, DAVID ILLIGK, DEBBIE 60 LEE, LINDA LYND, ROMELI LYNSEY, CHRISTOPHER MALMSTROM, MERRY MARSHALL, KEN MASTRAPA, STACY MCINTYRE, MONICA MCLAUGHLIN, ERIC MCNEIL, KEVIN MENHARDT, BRENDA 61 MORGAN. PAUL MURPHY, AMBER OLMSTED. MURREY PAVLOW, JASON PEARSON, MICHELLE PETERS, CHRISTIE PRATT, TEDDY PRITCHETT, STEPHANIE 62 SCHERMERHORN, HANS SHELTON, PATRICIA SMITH, JAMES SMITH, JULIA SNIDER, PATRICIA STARNES, PAMELA STURDIVANT, BRIAN SWINYAR, DAVID 63 1984-1985 MEMORIES BEST FRIENDS. HEARTHROB(SL EXPRESIONS EXPERIENCE- VITAL STATISTICS- FAVORITE SONG ALBUM- TRANSPORTATION FAVORITE SINGER GROUE- FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM- FAVORITE SUBJECT CLASS- FAVORITE TEACHER FAVORITE FILM FAVORITE ACTOR ACTRESS. FAVORITE TV SHOW FAVORITE RESTAURANT- FAVORITE BOOK AUTHOR. EMBARRASSING MOMENT- MEMBERSHIPS OFFICES APPEL, JOHN — 4 years Senior Religion classes, Sponsor: Usiier ' s Club, Religious Activities APPEL, SALLY - year Library Assistant BLEDSOE, J.D. — 12 years Keyboard, voice lessons, choir. New Generation Singers BERRY, WILLIAM — 10 years Dean of Men Sponsor: Boy ' s Club BROWNLOW, MARGARET — 9 years Typing I and II, Machine Transcription, TBA 66 CASKEY, ROBERT — 2 years, Principal Sponsor: Outdoor Club DIETRICH, TERRY — 3 years. Photographies, Asst. Dean of Men, Art, MIRROR, SHADOW. DIETRICH, PAM year Library Assistant — 1 COOLIDGE, WILLIAM ■ American History, Consumer ' s Education 17 years. DURICHEK, DEBBIE — 2 years Home Economics I and II Sponsor: Freshmen Class, Sabbath School 67 FULBRIGHT, HARRIET — 4 years, Assistant Dean of Women, Sponsor: Girl ' s Club FULBRIGHT, RODNEY — 6 years Physical Education, Gym I and II, Sponsor: Student Association HALE, CHRIS — 1 year. Religion I and II Sponsor; Sabbath School, Outdoor Club HOPKINS, STEVE — 4 years Earth Science, Pre-Calculus, Physics Astronomy, Chemistry Sponsor: Junior Class, National Honor Society, PA 68 ■■. - ■■ ' - ' . " ' ; 3 rrL. G m TeafPi KUHLMAN, SCOTT — 1 year, Accountant LEE, ROBERT — 19 years Maintenance KUNAU, RICHARD — 13 years, Librarian, Work Coordinator Sponsor: Senior Class - ' m ,1 yj H - - b HOLDSWORTH, BEN — 1 year Computer, Geometry, Pre-Algebra Sponsor: Sophomore Class 70 • N p« .1 ! s LYNN, J.C. — 19 years, Algebra I and II Sponsor: Freshmen Class McBROOM, DEBBIE — 1 year, English I and II Sponsor: Sophomore Class MARSHALL, PATRICIA — 7 years. Cafeteria Sponsor: Senior Class McGLAWN, JUNE — 14 years Registrar ' s Office 71 PATRICK, STEVE — 12 years Spanish I and II, English III, World History Sponsor: Student Association, Public Information Officer STEPHENS, BOB — 8 years Grounds Sponsor: Junior Class POMEROY, RICK — 8 years Auto Mechanics, Auto Body I, Welding, Freshmen Careers, Drafting Sponsor: Usher ' s Club STEPHENS, LARRY 5 years. Religion III, Sponsor: Freshman Class, Religious Activities STEPHENS, LIBBY 4 years Registrar ' s Office 72 STEPHENS, LOIS — 7 years Administrative Secretary Sponsor: Junior Class SWINYAR, DONNA — 5 years School Nurse; Nurse ' s Aide Sponsor: Senior Class SWINYAR, DAVID — 7 years Accounting; Accountant Sponsor: Senior Class SWINYAR, GARY — 6 years Band, Instrumental Lessons Sponsor: P. A. Systems 73 VI AR, PAUL — 17 years Biology I and II, Anatomy Physiology Sponsor: Sophomore Class WILHITE, NORMA — 2 years Cafeteria WILHITE, MURRAY — 8 years Maintenance 74 A MESSAGE FROM THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT — A. ALLAN MARTIN To the Forest Lake Academy Family: The 1984-1985 Student Association has only one direction, Up- ward. Through each S.A. activity we have gained " the momentum. " More than a mere trickle on the Forest Lake campus, our organization has become a positive puissance full of ideas, opinions, and concerns for the progress of F.L.A. Although at times sweat, strain, and tears were essential to over- come obstacles in our upward path, we did it together. When goals seemed too lofty, and ambitions towered above us, we reach for them together. As we accomplished, overcame, and triumped, we shared in the celebration joy. Together. The success of our Student Association cannot be attributed to one student, committee, or group. It was the involvement of each member that has given the S.A. its distinction. Sponsor and officer, student and staff, each assisted in his own special way to sustain the upward S.A. direction. I thank you for your concern and involvement. As your Student Association President, I hope that the drifts, drafts, and directions of Forest Lake Academy will continue to be upward. Hold on to the moments. The memories of our year will serve as inspiration for the trials ahead. But most of all, look to the Father. He will give you the direction to follow. Thank you for the opportunity to serve. I love this school. Your individual personalities have made an impact on my life, but the unity of Forest Lake Academy will always be my most cherished memory. I ask that you please pray that the Lord will lead in my future. Always let Him lead and bless Forest Lake Academy. In His Service, A. Allan Martin 1984-1985 Student Association President 76 STUDENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE OFFICERS John Machado — Recreation Chairman Brook Booker — Social Activities Chairwoman Suzane Tong — Public Relations Jason Greer — Treasurer Carol Hwang — Secretary Yamile Mercado — Vice-president Allan Martin — President Steve Patrick — Sponsor 77 STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATORS Left to right (front row) SENIORS Chris Gaizo Marigold Nabong Bill Foxworthy JUNIORS Bobby Martin Michelle McLaughlin Johnny Rolls SOPHOMORES Neils Dormer Duane Smith Melissa Macaulay FRESHMEN Greg Koch Amber Murphy Christine Peters 78 SA SOCIAL COMMITTEE Left to right: Pearlie Reyes Carol Hwang Rob Fulbright Gerd Kuisl Marigold Nabong Brook Booker Chairwoman Greg Koch RECREATION COMMITTEE Left to rjgtit: Lisa McQueen Monica NeSmith Bobby Martin John Machado Chairman Roger Schmidt Coach Fulbright Sponser 79 RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OFFICERS Left to Right Kevin Powell President Chuck Badger Public Relations Angela Henry Secretary Pastor Appel Sponsor Lana Henriquez Vice-president Charles McEndree Treasurer RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Kevin Powell Lonna Henriquez Angie Henry Charles McEndree Chuck Badger Melvin Liwag April Spinella Bill Foxworthy Carol Yakush George Lower De ' Bleau Kaylene Barker Duane Smith Danny Gormly Jerry Sparks Renee Roberts Valerie Brown David Barnett Tami Senior Chris Dowell Risa Hansen Rebecca Webb Randy Burks Marigold Nabong Bobby Cepeda Karen Baez Neils Dormer 80 SABBATH SCHOOL Rob Black Curtis Crider Darlyn Facundus Cynthia Grayson PauletfemggiiTCA DerricK Lomas Candy Vogel Becky Webb Chris Hale Sponsor SONSHINE COMMITTEE Kaylene Barker De Bleau Bill Foxworthy Dan Gormley Melvin Liwag Dale Smith April Spinella Carol Yakush 81 FRIDAY NIGHT COMMITTEE George Lower Renee Roberts Jerry Sparks Pastor Appel Sponsor USHER ' S CLUB left to right: Eduardo Mack Abner Brignoni Valerie Brown Bernie Koch John Ledbetter Murrey Olmsted Tess Hall Jim Janesko Jason Greer Jean Johnson David Manastar Cynthia Grayson Lynette Starr Christie Peters Dan Suarez George Lower Gerd Kuist Jon Wells Dale Smith Pastor John Appel Sponsor not pictured: Tina Fox Jerry Schillim iJIKs " 82 AYBL Barry Dufresne President Pearlie Reyes Vice-president Melvin Liwag Public Relations Christyne Albury Secretary Cheryl Johnson Sponsor PA BOOTH left to rigtit: Dale Smith Ken Gano Debbie Smith Robert Proctor 83 SATURDAY AFTERNOON COMMITTEE David Barnett Valerie Brown Michelle Maniquez Pastor John Appel Sponsor SATURDAY NIGHT COMMITTEE Karen Baez Randy Burks Bobby Cepeda Neils Dormer Chris Dowell Le-Risa Hansen Marigold Nabong Rebecca Webb Pastor John Appel Sponsor 84 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Karen Austin Charles Badger Karen Baez Randy Burks Chris Dowell Barry Dufresne Michelle Fulbright Ken Gano Gail Gibbons Lonna Henriquez Angela Henry [ _Carlolta How ard ' ] Carol Hwang Jean Johnson Melvin Liwag George Lower Allan Martin Bob Martin Ted McGee Lisa McQueen Mangold Nabong Shawn Nelson Monica NeSmith Dawn Orndorff Kevin Powell Jerry Sparks Beth Ann Sturdivant Lisa Welch Todd Werner Steve Hopkins Sponsor ASTRONOMY CLUB The Astronomy Club is de- signed for anyone with a gener- al interest in viewing the heav- enly bodies. The club is spon- sored by Steve Hopkins, 85 OUTDOOR CLUB Chris Gaizo President David Austin Vice-president Tammy Vence Sec. Treasurer Chris Hale Cheryl Johnson Bob Caskey Terry Dietrich Sponsors Presenting Charles In Charge By The Forest Lake Academy Drama Club Produced And Directed By Steve Patrick 86 REFLECTOR STAFF Randy Burks Editor-in-Chief Carl Free Karen Baez Co-Editors Beth Sturdivant Assistant Editor Ken Gano Mark Aldridge Layout Editors Joshua Barzey Carol Hwang Sports Editors Monica NeSmith Carol Hwang Girl ' s Dorm Levi Owens Boy ' s Dorm Carl Free Circulation Manager Carol Yakush DeDe Rivera Roving Reporters Mrs. Wanda Hopkins Sponsor Mark Aldridge Valerie Brown Chris Dowell Mark Evilsizer Lonna Henriquez Jim Janesko Greg Koch Eric Merrifield Mangold Nabong Dawn Orndorff Kevin Powell Reporters 87 f 88 YEARBOOK STAFF Ken Gano Editor Bill Foxworthy Layout Editor Beth Sturdivant Copy Editor William Richards Photographer CeCe Blacl Suzame Tong Art Editors David Creamer Advertising Manager Heather Cross Michelle McLaughlin Michelle Maniquiz Jennifer Willsey Renee ' Roberts Tina Fox Patrick Im Bernie Koch Kim Pepin Assistants Terry Dietrich Sponsor 89 GIRL ' S CLUB Lucinda Emde President Pearlie Reyes Vice-president De Bleau Secretary Marigold Nabong Treasurer Sail Gibbons] PastoretteJ Kinn_Jacabi ' Paulette Higgins Sarae ants-at-arms . Cynthia Grayson Renee ' Roberts Song Leaders 45 ' ' - ' ' «»«»»»W». 90 91 92 93 GYMNASTICS Casey. Christine Curtis, Tonya Fowler, Kim Fulbriglit, Michelle Macauley, Melissa Marchant, Lisa Marchant, Lori McQueen, Lisa NeSmith, Monica Pepin, Kim Rivera, Dee Starnes, Pam Stephens, Julie Strack, Kim Wilson, Linda Zintel, Wendy 94 95 96 97 CONCERT BAND FLUTE Lonna Henriquez Darlyn Facundus Joy Cook Eric Merrifield Gerd Kuist Michelle Pearson Sharna Gebauer Pearlie Reyes Julia Smith Caria Baez Michelle McLaughlin Debbie lllick Pat Shelton Satia Roberts CLARINETS Patrick Im + Wilbur Kuist April Spinella James Shuck Bobby Cepeda Tami Vence Frank Miranda Gail GIbbOD S cont . . . 98 " ' i : l| r!i ' -f (IK?:i5 JKi .IftJB WJB ft BRASS ENSEMBLE II BRASS ENSEMBLE I cont - Darlene Frett Jennifer Willsey Jeanie Gardner Romell Lynd ALTO CLARINET Elita Hernandez BASS CLARINET Lisa Landers Debbie Eldndge ALTO SAXOPHONE Chuck Badger " + Bob Martin + Stacey Mastrapa cont . . . 99 FLUTE TRIO cont . . . Mark Aldrldge Daryl Cole Cinda Emde Debra Larsen David Scott Erik McLaughlin TENOR SAXO PHONE — I amar Pi rsn n_+ TRUMPET Greg Vence ! Jason Greer Kevin Klein Edwin Kwun Mark Evilsizer Pat Herman = Kevin Badger = • Ke yin Pride = Linda Lee = Murrey Olmsted Bobby Broome Brian Sturdivant Ron Black Daniel Suarez cont . . . SAX QUARTET cont . . . FRENCH HORN Hector Hernandez ! Brent Bagshaw = Jamie Lewis = Jonathan Sabo = TROMBONE Kevin Powell ! Melvin Liwag I Ctiris Dowell = Kieth Nelson = Paul Sills = David Austin = Neils Dormer Rob Black John Glass BARITONE Cindy McNutt Mark Bond Michael Reams David Swinyar Rob Fulbright cont . . . 100 101 CHORAL S OPRANO Christyne Albury Angela Bullock Julie Cruz Angle Hen jx ' Yamile Mercado Elsie Miller Renee ' Roberts Debbie Smith Lynnette Starr Lisa Welch Candy Vogel Rebecca Webb ALTO Charia Albury Cynthia Grayson ' LeRisa Hansen Janet Harris Jean Johnson Melissa LaPorte Gina Massey Michelle Maniquiz ' Marigold Nabong Dawn Orndorff Lee Seltman ' Jeremy Williams Cheryl Broyer 102 R 1. NEW GENERATrON TENOR David Barnett ' Abner Brignoni " Bill Foxworthy Dual Gayen Calvin Henry Ariel Jimenez Maxi Luna Jeff Ost • Nathan Weathersby John Wells John Zarakian BASS Joshua Barzey Randall Burks " Curtis Crider Ken Gano ' George Lower " Eduardo Mack David Manestar " Ira Mills Ken Ramey cont . . . 103 cont . . . Charles Ried John Sager Duane Smith Raymond Samuels Terry Wiik DIRECTOR J.D, Bledsoe ACCOMPANISTS Marigold Nabong Randall Burks New Generation Singers 104 ;4ctcuitce4. REGISTRATION Attention — All of you people standing in line, looking dazed, lost or just plain stupified! This is not the real FLA. This is merely registration day! Registration day is a paradox. A per- son looks forward to it because it means seeing old friends and the ex- citement of school starting again. The guys keep a watchful eye on the new girls, the girls keep an eye out for new guys. Many great plans are made al- though few materialize. It also means long lines, lists of instructions and the baffled look of seniors as they say, " Are you sure I need this to grad- uate? " When it ' s all over with, teachers and students are relieved. Everyone is look- ing forward to tomorrow, for here comes a new school year! 106 HANDSHAKE Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, " Are you sure I didn ' t shake your hand before? " . Shake, shake, shake . . ., " Oh my! My hand hurts! " Shake, shake . . . It ' s get acquainted time, produced by the Student Association. Tradition de- crees we all shake hands and do what- ever else the SA has cooked up. How- about two hundred fifty or more kids sitting on each others lap, all at one time! It doesn ' t work, at least not this year. I had this little guy behind me and he kept collapsing. I wonder why? It seems as though an elephant was sit- ting on me! We even had mass stampedes to show support to our respective classes. The class presidents were supposed to be in the middle. We had to hold emer- gency elections the next day. Rootbeer floats rounded up the even- ing. It really was fun. Wasn ' t it? 107 FALL PICNIC The date, October 7, 1984. The place, Forest Lake Academy. The event, the Fall Picnic. And what is that supposed to be? Well, it is a special SA event where everyone is trying their best to l eep from drowning, as they try to break old swimming records. All for the glory of their class. Does it work? You bet! Some of the swimmers try so hard that they literally wearout in mid-pool and have to be towed to shore! Others who have practiced well, standout above everyone. Most of the students will re- member freshman, Angela Bullock, and how she ' d finish her races a half of a lap ahead of everyone else. The divers were great to watch. Prob- ably more fun was to watch the judge ' s reaction when a swan dive became a belly flop. He never could figure out what score it really deserved! Each year they have a car push around the football field. Usually, Mr. Pomeroy lets them use his truck. This year they didn ' t use it. I think he is trying to keep it around for awhile. Afterall, those were women drivers out there! Instead they used grounds fine dented pickup. There was a miracle however. It retur- neo, looking as bad as ever! Well, it was a fine, fun day. The best fun was the great celebration that night as the Seniors won the picnic by a squeaky margin of five points. More power to them. It ' s about time! « m vXtS 108 109 no -■ ' -r- ' ' wrrrfi rfffffffifffffff f i iStfSpewjrfJ esr :: .- . J " " a ' aiv ' V%V ' ;, ' ' - .. V- :.%:♦ .. ■ n. " » ' ■ " r.,- " .• .■- ■■iA-i. ; Ill ALL-STAR FOOTBALL Question: What do you have when you put Juniors and Sophomores togeth- er? Answer: One-half of an all-star football game. Question: What do you have when you put Seniors and Freshmen together? Answer: The other half of an all-star football game. Question: What happens when you throw a pigskin in the midst of them? Answer: You have a lopsided game! Purpose of these riddles? Just to re- mind you that on a certain Sunday, a bunch of white t-shirts (Seniors-Fresh- men) beat the sox off of a bunch of maroon t-shirts (Juniors-Sophomores). Question: What was the score? Answer: 46-6 v- ,».: ' .-. . _ ».v. ...Vl-a. , .•».■.-;.■► .!, . ' ' ' ,i ' «£I,.j?il».?.. f ' .■ ■fi-S r -Ml k ■ ' - 112 B IP J ?■ Mil w . - . k- - -4 - ' ' - ' ' : :4-:f " -i r-.-W ' - " ' .. SENIOR FRESHMEN Brent Bagshaw Louis Burby Chris Dowell Rob Fulbright Jason Good Ariel Jimenez Greg Koch John Machado Allan Martin Kevin McNeil Shawn Nelson Kevin Powell Shawn Prescott Hg yin Pn6e_ TAc= Coach Rit Kunau Coach Rick Faber JUNIOR SOPHOMORE David Manestar Robert Loveridge Burke Stefko Ken Ramey Mark Aldridge Chip Burby tdmaii_EieisQQ David Scott Josh Barzey Rick Couch Shane Swanson Jerry Sparks Jason Greer Bobby Martin Bill Wolcott Mike Thompson Coach Bob Stephens Coach Paul Viar 113 AN EVENING IN CAMELOT Pretty dresses. Satin cumberbunds. Fancy hairdos. Lacy shirts. WondertuI pertume. Tight collars. Beautiful flowers. Empty wallets. Stone castle walls, sheilds for heroes. Mystic night. Ahh! Romance. " Isn ' t beautiful! " " Where ' s our seat? " " Let ' s go have our picture taken. " " Line ' s too long, later. " " Look at ! That ' s sure some dress! " And so the evening went at Camelot ' s Castle. The ladies and gentlemen " wined " and dined amidst the splen- dor of the royal court. It was a great show, fit for kings and queens and all the rest of us. We ' ll never forget those special moments. Especially, the wrong movie. Poor Mr. Patrick! We ap- preciate you and the SA for the rest of it anyway. Great job, well done! 114 Cjc- ■ M HI H " ' f 1 H __ jf 1 E ■; jHh3J — !Ji ■ S pi-i-cii . - v i-— i£ i Hj A. .. jil Bt Im jSBT p B - Jf ? w Affl |J mHI vi . V- ' .. •• ' ii 115 SPIRIT WEEK What is Spirit Week? Well, it ' s hard to say. It ' s not describeable. Sort of like the creatures that come out during that time! Let ' s see ... if you want to look like a jerk, maybe you ' ll understand! If your color blind, you ' ll fit right in! If you like things attached to your face. You ' ll do marvelous! If you can ' t tell front from rear, why you ' ve got it! It ' s the SA ' s way to liven things up around here and letting those with a brave heart or a retarded mentality be- come their " true " selves! Like one of those special days, a NERD! By the way, it was a lot of fun and yes, we ' re totally normal. I think!? A f : ■■ ' ■ . ■ ■.: -j 116 SA CHRISTMAS PARTY I am from the great white north and am trying to get in the Christmas spirit! Oh where is the snow, the sleigh bells, the silvery spruce? All I see is sand, I hear horns, and I see palm trees. Wait! What do I hear? Why, it ' s Xmas carols! I ' ve got to find out what ' s happening! Well I found out what was going on. It was the SA Xmas party at FLA. There was singing and stories and funny little skits. There were even games. One skit had chipmunks in it. At least Mr. Patrick told me they were. They sure looked like humans though! The decorations were something to behold. They reminded me of Xmases of old. Actually they were every Christmas decoration left around that Allan Martin could find. Anyway, we had our own little Xmas celebration. How do I feel now about Christmas in Florida? Ahh! Let it sun! Let it sun! Let it sun! 117 SENIOR SURVIVAL What goes groan, groan and doesn ' t have a proper bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, nothing hardly at all? Prob- ably a FLA senior trying to survive! Each year, Elder Appel takes his senior Bible classes on a special outing to a remote, freshly used, cow pasture in the wilds of Florida. Although the pic- tures the photographers bring back are a joke, the camping session isn ' t. It was designed to teach students the need to depend on each other and to do the best with what little they have. Religious exercises stimulate the mind away from secular things, towards the soon coming Savior and the end of time. Many students come back re- newed spiritually. This year in particu- lar, a number chose baptism as a showing of their faith in God. It ' s a great program that every senior dreads and dearly loves. So let ' s hear it for Senior Survival! 118 119 120 SENIOR PRESENTATION There is pride in the stance, pride in the walk, pride in the eyes. Smiles are easy and broad. Senior Presentation is here. The chapel is full and people are stand- ing in the back as the Seniors and their escorts move down the aisles to the front of the chapel. It is a grand sight to see all those beaming seniors in their special dresses, suits and tuxes while they are presented as. the Class of ' 85. A gold and silver star twinkles above their heads. Their aim and motto hang on either side. Talented seniors per- form beautiful music. Words of wisdom and good wishes are spoken. Honor is given to special people. 121 122 JUNIOR-SENIOR BIBLE CONFERENCE " Hey! Did you get your name on the Bible Conference list? " That was the question often asked on campus as many students vied for the few posi- tions open for the 1984-85 Junior-Sen- ior Bible Conference. The conference is very popular each year. The combi- nation of spiritual development and meeting new friends from Greater Mi- ami Academy has made it a looked forward to event. The speaker was Pastor Benjie Leach. He spoke on peer pressure and how to handle it. His stories were very amus- ing and everyone liked his comments on " potty words. " There were hayrides and basketball games. Special music and special fea- tures were well done and enjoyable. Long talks with old and new friends made memorable evenings. In all it was a fantastic time. Hope to see you there next year! 123 BLOOD DRIVE Neat little sun visors. BLOOD! Free passes to Sea World. BLOOD! I won- der what they ' re giving away next time? BLOOD! I wonder what we ' re giving away everytime? Blood. Did you say blood? You heard right! Forest Lake Academy students are known for their ability to give blood to the Central Florida Blood Bank. Every few months the Blood Bank ' s bus, with bending axles and straining motor, can barely pull out onto the highway because of the generous giving of concerned stu- dents at Forest Lake Academy. Each year our school receives a plaque for giving the most blood of any high school in the area. Some of those schools are ten times our size! Yes, we ' re the school with a great big heart and a whole lot of blood. Those people at the blood bank think we ' re great and we know it! 124 SACK TIME It ' s supposed to be a surprise but that is hardly the case! After the dean states that there will be visitors in the halls tonight and that all the " boys and girls ' should stay dressed for the occa- sion, there can be only one meaning. The faculty are coming! That ' s right, twice a year, near the be- ginning of each semester, the faculty bring a small sack of studytime snacks to each and every student. Why, you do not even have to be good! Everyone gets one and the faculty get to meet students they may never meet other- wise and the students get to meet fac- ulty they may never have as a teacher. A fun time is had by all. The students get out of studyhall and the teachers get out of faculty meeting. Best of all is that everyone feels better for the occa- sion. P.S. Dear Faculty, Thanks for the nice treat last night. Why not do it every night! I ' ll take two sodas, a couple of candybars, a Burger, a large fry and a few donuts. Why not make it an even doz- en. I ' ll save some for breakfast. Your Friend, A Worthy Student 125 INGATHERING Silent night! Holy nigtit! The words of that famous carol rang out across the roof tops of Wekiva as the Ingathering campaign of Forest Lake Academy got underway. Each and every year, the students go door to door receiving do- nations from the public. The funds go to the outreach programs of our church. The program can be very re- warding. Many are spiritually blessed, both the giver and solicitor and all the students are doubly blest. They get an extra day of Christmas vacation! 126 127 128 STUDENT WEEK OF PRAYER This year ' s Student Week of Prayer was a great success. The students who had presentations all did a wonderful job. The topics ranged from dating to God ' s Will for my Life. In the evening ' s, the teachers talked and all did a splen- did job also. From Coach Fulbright ' s hour long talk to Dean Faber ' s shorter talk, they all did very well. Friday night ' s traditional Communion Service was also a great success. Everyone went in a spirit of reverence and be- haved very well. I think this year ' s has been the best Student Week of Prayer ever and we all thank the students and teacher ' s who participated, you all did beautiful- ly- 129 130 :V- ' ir ' " FOOTBALL " Come on you guys! If you would go where I told you to you ' d be where 1 threw the ball. " " That guy sure plays rough. " " Oh him, He ' s used to playing high school tackle. Give him some time. " So the comments go at the beginning of every football season at FLA. Great players, good players and would be players try their best to get their teams working together in the shortest time possible. There ' s lots of fun, excitement and hard work but the end result is a great time. This year started with five A league teams and seven B league teams. Both leagues had dominating teams. Allan Martin ' s A league team with a record of 6- 1 and Mark Aldridge ' s B league team whose record was 6-0. It ' s remarkable how much work goes into making a successful team. The extra practices, play making, and best of all, building a great spirit. It ' s all developing the desire to be the best at what you do. Here are the final statistics: A League Martin Machado Burby Jimenez Nelson B League Aldridge Ramey Klein Couch Im Creamer Janesko 6-1 4-4 3-4 3-5 3-5 6-0 4-1 AND THE WINNERS ARE: ALLAN MARTIN ' S TEAM! 132 i I.. i .h -dllls k. ilS , V- -, y ' :« ' k . 1- 133 134 GIRL ' S SOCCER Its hard to believe but one of the more popular intramural sports for the girls is soccer. They love it and play with a vengence. The season has just started as we finish the annual so not much can be said. However if you want some entertainment just go out and watch the FLA girls play soccer. 135 136 SOCCER T.F. — What did you think ot the season? D.B. — It was a riot. We had clean, close games and it was great. T.F. — When you look back on it, is there anything specific that you remember thinking and or saying that helped you or hindered your playing? D.B. — All the way through the season I kept thinking that we were the best team or close to it. All the teams were very good. I just tried to keep my team with a positive attitude. T.F. — Looking at your season record, it says you were in third place. So, when you won the playoff game, were you surprised since Powell ' s team won the league according to points? D.B. — I wasn ' t really surprised because all through the season, I played with nine players for just about every game. There were only a couple of games we played with all eleven players, so I ' d say we had a 50 50 chance of winning. T.F. — What kind of reaction did you have? D.B. — I was excited. I was glad to win especially since the teams were so even. T.F. — Honestly speaking, were you afraid or did you have any doubts at all whether you could win the game? D.B. — I wasn ' t afraid because, like I said, the teams were even to me. Of course I had doubts because they are a good team. Powell Nelson Barnett Burby Greer Creamer W-L-T-PTS. 4-0-1-9 2-1-2- 0-1-4- 1-2-2- 1-2-2- 1-3-1- 137 GIRL ' S SOFTBALL America ' s favorite pastime is baseball. Forest Lake Academy ' s favorite pastime is not certain but one thing is for sure, girl ' s softball is fun to watch. Seldom does one see such excitement over a ball caught or completely missed. Everyone is cheering everyone else and having a goodtime. The games see-saw ed back and forth but_peeFrgtt ' s team came out the winner? " i 138 139 140 GIRL ' S VOLLEYBALL If you want to see the girl ' s having a great time watch their volleyball intramurals. They may not be many in numbers but they make up for it in their spirit. Pictured is the winning volleyball team of Gail Gibbons. 141 GIRL ' S BASKETBALL I ' ve watched the girl ' s all-star basketball games for a number of years now and have never kept very interested. This year was an exception. The girls really hustled, took good shots, scored well and knew what they were doing. Michelle Fulbright led the Junior- Sophomores while Gail Gibbons paced the Senior-Freshmen. Both girls were named most valuable players. Amidst all the excitement one team pulled out front to stay. The winner was the Senior- Freshmen team. The winning basketball team was led by Gail Gibbons. 142 43 James Baldridge 3629 Mirror Lake Drive Apopka, FL 32703 Chris Chaffee 120 Meadowfield Lane Longwood, FL 32779 Bradford Emde 1131 Highland Acres Drive Apopka, FL 32703 Tannmy Hulsey 2375 Waldennere St. Sarasota, FL 33579 Verna Jones 818 Settlers Road Tampa, FL 33612 Chris McEndree 3849 Shady Grove Cr. Orlando, FL 32810 Charles Poole 3610 Edieshearan Drive Lake Mary, FL 32746 Laurence Poole 3610 Edieshearan Drive Lake Mary, FL 32746 Sharleen Nelson 1290 Straaford Rd. Avon Park, FL 33825 Martin Swinson P.O. Box 829 Collegedale, TN 37315 Diana Villamizar 3157 Orleans Way S. Apopka, FL 32703 NEW STUDENTS B BADGER, CHARLES — 206 Camden Rd. Alta- monte Springs. PL 32714 (305) 869-1731 BADGER, KEVIN — 206 Camden Rd, Alta- monte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 889-1731 BAEZ, CARLA — 3308 Curtis Drive. Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 862-3298 BAEZ. ELAINE — 1700 W Lake Brantley Rd. Longwood. FL 32779 (305) 862-1857 BAEZ. KAREN — 1700 W Lake Brantley Rd. Longwood. FL 32779 (305) 862-1857 BAGSHAW. BRENT — 1519 Hillway Rd. Apopka. FL 32703 (305) 889-3062 BAILEY. BUTCH — 6324 N Blackdairy Rd. Seffner. FL 33584 (813) 626-3008 BALDRIDGE. DAVID — 1113 Carbone Way. Apopka. FL 32703 (305) 774-0798 BANKES. ROBERT — 4816 Figwood Lane. Or- lando. FL 32808 (305) 298-4210 BAREFOOT. TAMMY — 5481 S-35-A. Dade City. FL 33525 (904) 567-3971 BAREFOOT. TRAVIS — 5481 S-35-A. Dade City. FL 33525 (904) 567-3971 BARKER. JANE — 434 Timber Ridge Dr. Long- wood. FL 32779 (305) 788-7734 BARKER. KAYLENE — P.O Box 7995. Sara- sota. FL 34278 (813) 955-8873 BARNETT. DAVID — 3624 Mirror Lake Dr. Apopka. 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MICHAEL — 255 W Highland St, Altamonte Spnngs, Fl 32715 (305) 862-2117 HORMES, TERRISA — 669 Little Wekiva Rd,, Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714 (305) 862-3016 GAIZO, CHRISTOPHER — 631 Magnolia Dr , Maitland, FL 32751 (305) 339-4593 GANG, KENNETH — ■ 3021 N.W. 30th Terr., Gainsville, FL 32605 (904) 376-7342 GARDNER, JEANIE — 1 14 Sue Drive Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 788-7540 GARDNER, JOE — 114 Sue Drive, Altamonte Spnngs, FL 32714 (305) 788-7540 GARRIDO, TAMMY — 4552 S.E, 95 Street, Ocala, FL 32671 (904) 245-0754 GAYEN, DANIEL — 3233 Wallington Dr. Orlan- do, FL 32810 (305) 299-4331 GAYEN, UJJAL — 8207 Forest City Rd., Orlan- do, FL 32810 (305) 295-4861 GEBAUER, SHARNA — 3325 Horseshoe Dr., Longwood, FL 32779 (305) 788-9353 GIBBONS, GAIL —22240 S.W. 115th Ave., ' Gouras Ft-331-70 (305) 251-7498 GILLIAM, GINA — 32 Windsor Isle Dr., Long- wood, FL 32779 (305) 323-6535 GILLIAM, RANDALL — 32 Windsor Isle Dr., Longwood, FL 32779 (305) 323-6535 GLASS, JOHN — 3404 W. Susan Lane, Le- canto, FL 32661 (904) 746-6111 GOOD, JASON — 3808 S. Garthwaite Rd.. Mar- ion, IN 46953 (317) 674-6040 GORMELY. DANIEL — P.O. Box 205, Lithia, FL 33546 (813) 737-1460 148 HONG. SIMONE — 324 Cambridge Dr. Long- wood, FL 32779 (305) 862-8092 HOECKENDORF, LORI — 3302 Everett St., Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 862-7181 HOWARD, CItARLOTTA — 2458 Oaklando Dr,, " Altamo nteSpnnqs. Fl 32714 (305) 862-3614 j HOWANLJ, Mary ANN — 2I86 Berkley HcT Avon Park. FL 33825 (813) 452-2483 HUBBELL. GERALD — 499 Indian Rocks Rd , Belleair Bluffs, FL 33540 (813) 548-7641 HWANG, CAROL — 13906 Mandarn Oaks Lane, Jax, FL 32223 (904) 268-1478 HYDE, DAVID — 1941 1 N.E 22 Ave . N Miami. FL 33180 (305) 931-4886 HYDE. EDGAR — 4613 Pompono Dr , Tampa, FL 33017 (813) 485-1203 HYDE, HANSEN — 4613 Pompano Dr., Tampa. FL 33617 (813) 985-1203 HYDE. JED — 20441 N.E 10CT. N Miami Beach, FL 33179 (305) 653-5077 HYDE. ROBIN — 941 1 N E 22 Ave . Miami, FL 33180 (305) 931-4886 HYDE, SHAWN — 19531 N.E. 21 St CT.. N Miami Beach, FL 33179 (305) 931-8192 ILLICK. DEBBIE — 1141 W Lakeview Circle, Altamonte Spring, FL 32714 (305) 869-0194 IM. PATRICK — 310 Cambrodge Dr.. Long- wood. FL 32779 (305) 862-8540 " ' w ■ B ' T ' 1 M . H iiim _ _ % m z IW f - ' S H - i-mmsti 3 In I K fl H f ' aw 4 i jl ■ ■ mt H r P v j ai» Sr j k , m ,_ __ 1 ■ o - k. BM sj lmg_ ■9 ' i S " m M n J 1 ■ JACOBI. KIM— 1083SanRemoDr.. Naples. FL 33942 (813) 775-5917 JACOBI, LORI — 1083 San Remo Dr., Naples. FL 33942 (813) 775-5917 JANESKO, JIMMY — 4270 Cardinal Blvd., Day- tona Beach. FL 32091 (904) 761-0210 JIMMENEZ. ARIEL — 1365 W Avon Blvd , Avon Park, FL 33825 (813) 453-5173 JOHNSON, MARK — 2715 Mendelin St.. Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 889-3696 JOHNSON, JAMES — 11977 70ST N,, Largo, FL 33543 (813) 531-7479 JOHNSON, JEAN — 15331 W Fort King St., Ocala. FL 32674 (904) 237-6363 JOHNSON, LOUIE — 3400 Oranole Rd , Orlan- do. FL 32810 (305) 289-7752 JOHNSTON. PATRICK — 1035 Montgomery Rd . Altamonte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 788- 1263 JONES. VANGIE — 19531 N.E. 21 CT.. Miami, FL 33179 (305) 931-8192 JUGL, DAWN — P.O- Box 3328, Forest City, FL 32714 (305) 788-2811 K New New KELLER, RICHARD — 307 E Lake Brantley Rd., Longwood. FL 32779 (305) 862-0447 KENYON, CARLORD — 1942 Linneal Beach Dr , Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 248-4228 KIM. LISA — 4319 Middle Lake Dr . Tampa. FL 33624 (813) 963-3945 KINCAID. MILA — 13622 S Glen St., Glenpool, OK 74033 (918) 321-5464 KIRST, DEBBIE — 2962 Bermuda Ave. S., Apopka. FL 32703 (305) 774-0864 KLEIN. KEVIN — 1119 Jerome Way. Apopka. FL 32703 (305) 862-8554 KOCH, BERNARD — 1630 Osceola Dr , Port Richie, FL 33553 (813) 868-1819 KOCH, GREGORY — 1630 Osceola Dr.. Port Richie. FL 33553 (813) 868-1819 KUIST. GERD — 816 Mimosa Drive, Altamonte Springs. Fl 32714 (305) 788-2986 KUIST, WILBUR — 186 Mimosa Drive, Alta- monte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 788-2986 KWUN, AARON — 103 Magnolia Lake Ct., Longwood. FL 32779 (305) 774-1585 KWUN, EDWIN — 103 Magnolia Lake Ct., Long- wood, FL 32779 (305) 774-1585 LANDERS, LISA — 832 N. Wekiva Springs Rd., Apopka. FL 32703 (305) 886-3029 LAPORTE, MELISSA — 16960 S.W. 297 ST., Homestead. FL 33030 (305) 248-4262 LARSEN, DEBRA — 1200 W Avon Blvd.; Avon Park. Fl 33825 (813) 452-2117 LEDBETTER. JONATHON — 274 Sunrise Trail. 149 Port Charlotte, FL 33952 (813) 629-7055 LEE, LINDA — 1220 Oak Haven Dr.; Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 862-1547 LEE, LORIN — 620 N. Bear Lake Rd.; Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 788-7821 1 J LEWia JAMIE J 1403 St. Minor Ave.: APT 3 1 ' ' ' 6?ianBaTir32805J_305) 299 -0845 LiWXGr-werViN — ?D2- " Beaford, Altannonte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 862-1339 J,OMAS. DERRICK — 810 W 30th St.: Jackson - ville. FL 32209 (904) 353-9470 LOPEZ, EILEEN — 2310 Virginia Dr.: Altamonte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 869-4817 LOVERIDGE, ROBERT — 5261 Signal Hill Rd.: Orlando, FL 32808 (305) 293-9247 LOWER. GEORGE — Rt. 3 Box 182, Alachua, FL 32615 (904) 462-5304 LUNA, MAXI — 141 N. Orlando Ave.: Maitland. FL 32751 LYND, ROMELI — 256 N. Forest Lake Dr.: Alta- monte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 788-0377 LYNDSEY, CHRISTOPHER — 4024 Latona Ave.: West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (305) 845- 9191 M MACAULEY, MELISSA — 3516 Craig Dr.: Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 788-2210 MACHADO, JOHN — 3401 Holiday Ave.: Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 788-1447 MACK, EDUARDO — Segovia 710 Vistamar, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00630 (809) 752-2298 MALMSTROM, MARTY — Rt. 3 Box 397, Ho- masassa, FL 32646 (904) 628-4419 MALMSTROM, MERRY — Rt. 3 Box 397, Ho- masassa, FL MANESTAR, DAVID — 2839 N.E. 26th PI. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33306 (305) 564-7689 MANIOUIZ, MICHELLE — Rt. 5 Box 309, Chip- pewa Falls, Wl 54729 (715) 723-4334 MARCHANT, LISA — 5809 Eggleston Ave.: Or- lando, FL 32810 (305) 645-1125 MARCHANT, LORI — 5809 Eggleston Ave.: Or- lando, FL 32810 (305) 645-1125 MARKS, RODNEY — 1 10 W. Hillcrest St.: Alta- monte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 869-1911 MARSHALL, KENNY — 3190 Tabago Ct.: Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 788-3362 MARTIN, ALLAN — Rt. 2 P.O. Box 470, Willis- ton, FL 32696 (904) 528-4399 MARTIN, ROBERT — Rt. 2 P.O. Box 470. Willis- ton, FL 32696 (904) 528-4399 MARTIN, TIMOTHY — 416 First Ave.: Chuluota, FL 32766 (305) 365-6522 MASSEY. GINA — 1506 Morris Bridge Rd.: Ze- phyrhills, FL 34249 (813) 788-6412 MASTRAPA, STACY — 1414 Hillway Rd.: Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 889-3828 MAXIME, HILDA — 10 Cyclops Dr.; Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 886-6979 MCENDREE, CHARLES — 3849 Shady Grove Cir.: Orlando, FL 32810 (305) 291-7499 MCGEE, TED — 608 South 13th St.: FL Pierce, FL 33450 (305) 461-7226 MCINTYRE, MONICA — 1304 Sweetwater Club Blvd.: Longwood, FL 32779 (305) 788-6763 MCLAUGHLIN. MICHELLE — 200 Jay Dr.: Alta- monte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 862-1751 MCLAUGHLIN, ERIK — 261 N. Forest Lake Dr.: Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714 (305) 862-7108 MCMILLIAN. KIMBERLEY — 527 Heather Brite Cir.: Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 889-7839 150 MURPHY. BOYCE — 108 Forest Park Ct.; Longwood. FL 32779 (305) 862-2811 N NABONG, MARIGOLD — 2224 N. Ponderosa Rd ; Avon Park, FL 33825 (813) 452-2514 NELSON, KEITH — 1430 Stratford, Avon Park. FL 33825 (813) 453-4696 NELSON, SHANE — 2734 Orangehurst St.; Apopka, Fl 32703 (305) 889-4941 NELSON, SHAWN — 2734 Orangehurst St.; Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 889-4941 NESMITH. MONICA — P,0 Box 295. Mango, Fl 33550 (813) 689-1666 NIELSON, LISA — 2810 Rio Ln.; Orlando. FL 32805 (305) 425-5355 OASE. DAVID — 621 Heatherton Village. Alta- monte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 788-7932 O ' FFILL. DANNY — 251 Queensberry Ct.; Longwood, FL 32779 (305) 788-3664 OLMSTEAD, MARC — 1011 Oletha Ct.; Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 862-6003 OLMSTEAD, MURRAY — 1011 Oletha Ct., Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 862-6003 OLSEN, ROBERT — Route 6 Box 386 AB, Silver Springs, FL 32689 (904) 625-3052 ORNDORFF, DAWN — 1251 Forest Lake Drive MCNEILL, KEVIN — 125 Middletown, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 (813) 627-4853 MCNUTT, CYNTHIA — 2345 Lake Lillian, Avon Park, FL 33825 (305) 425-1904 MCOUEEN. LISA — 3232 Autumnwood Trail. Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 774-1799 MENHARDT, BRENDA — Rt. 1 Box 372, Mt. Dora. FL 32757 (904) 838-1254 MENHARDT, BRITTA — Rt. 1 Box 372. Mt. Dora, FL 32757 (904) 838-1254 MENHENNETT, LISA — 5 Beacon Hill Dr ; New Port Richey, FL 33552 (812) 442-6795 MERCADO. YAMILE — 1216 Cardinal Ct.; Alta- monte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 298-6981 MERRIFIELD. ERIC — 18 Azalea Dr.; Key West, FL 33040 (305) 294-9774 MILES. MARCY — 3002 Drake. Orlando, FL 32810 (305) 299-4704 MILLER, CAROLYN — Rt 3 Box 5747. Havana. FL 32333 (904) 539-6905 MILLER, CHRISTOPHER — 51 Academy Dr.; Altamonte Spnngs. FL 32714 (305) 862-3627 MILLER, ELSIE — 270 Miramar Ave.; Ft. Lau- derdale, FL (305) 491-6616 MILLER, KELLY — Rt. 3 Box 5747. Havana. FL 32333 (904) 539-6905 MILLS, IRA — 171 S Juniper St.; Maxwelle A.F.B., AL 36113 (205) 265-4284 MIRANDA, FRANK — P.O. Box 1436, Apopka. FL 32703 (305) 889-4920 MONROE. GINGER — 140 Hattaway Dr.; Alta- monte Springs. FL 32701 (305) 331-8518 MONTES, JOSEFER — 5101 Ashmeade Rd.; Orlando. FL 32810 (305) 293-7676 MORGAN, PAUL — 6611 Lineal Beach Dr ; Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 295-6463 MORRIS, CHAD — 3836 S. Garthwaite Rd., Marion, IN 46952 (317) 674-3034 MURPHY. AMBER — 108 Forest Park Ct , Longwood. FL 32779 (305) 862-2811 151 Orlando, FL 32804 (305) 843-2267 STRACK. KIMBERLY — 3015 N Harrison Ave, Orlando, FL 32804 (305) 843-2267 STURDIVANT. BETH ANN — 3516 Curtis Dr,, Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 862-0986 STURDIVANT, BRIAN — 3516 Curtis Dr. Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 862-0986 SUAREZ, DANIEL — 2342 Beach Dr., Avon Park, FL 33825 (813) 452-1793 SWANSON, SHANE — PO Box 3021, Forest City, Fl 32714 (305) 862-1894 SWARTZ, MICHELLE — 134 Fox Ridge Run, Longwood, FL 32750 (305) 339-6376 SWINYAR, DAVID — San Marie Ave., Alta- monte Spnngs, FL 32714 (305) 869-6141 THEOBALD, DIANE — 101 Whippoorwill Dr., Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 (305) 830-4228 THOMAS, LIS — PO Box 968, Maitland, FL 32715 (305) 339-4527 THOMAS, NANCY — PO Box B, Cross City, FL 32628 (904) 498-3093 THOMPSON, MICHAEL — 105 Wessex, Alta- monte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 788-9102 TONG, SUZAME — 220 Cherry Laurel Dr., Or- lando, FL 32811 (305) 299-0909 VALENZUELA, GLENN — 505 W 131st Ave., Tampa, FL 33612 (813) 932-9427 VAN HORN, TROY — 209-H Pearl Lake Cswy, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 869-0257 VENCE. GREGORY— 1126 Turner Lane, Alta- monte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 862-3041 VENCE, TAMI — 1 126 Turner Lane, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 862-3041 VOGEL, CANDY — Rt. 5 Box 87-B, Hendreson- ville, NC 28739 (704) 692-1545 w WALTHOUR, KEMILLA — 2144 West South Street, Orlando, FL 32805 (305) 293-0617 WASHINGTON, WAYNE — PO Box 9093, Jack- sonville, FL 32208 (904) 757-5627 WATERS, ADA — 303 Oak Street Unit D-3, Longwood, FL 32750 (305) 831-8830 WEATHERSBY, NATHAN — 1712 Louisa St. New Orleans, LA 70117 (504) 949-6597 WEBB, REBECCA — 4221 N.W. 22 Street, Lau- derhill, FL 33313 (305) 733-4839 WELCH, MELISSA — 2924 Westchester Ave., Orlando, Fl 32803 (305) 898-6148 WELLS, JOHN — 435 N.W. 30 Ave., Ft. Lauder- dale, FL 33311 (305) 792-7817 WERNER, TODD — 1154 Howell Creek Dr., Winter Springs, Fl 32708 (305) 699-0728 WEST, JAMES — 5264 Pinto Way, Orlando, FL 32810 (305) 299-4616 WHEAT, JENNIFER — 4640 35 Street, St Pe- tersburgh, FL 33713 (813) 522-0691 WHEELING, DAVID — 172 N. Forest Lake Dr., Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714 (305) 862-9996 WHEELING, STEPHEN — 172 N. Forest Lake Dr., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 862- 9996 WHITAKER, JAMES — 9517 Gulf Shore Drive, 154 Naples FL 33963 (813) 597-9145 WHITAKER, ROBERT — 9517 Gult Shore Drive, Naples, FL 33963 (813) 597-9145 WIIK, TERRY — P.O. Box 05217 Tloe, FL 33905 (813) 694-3056 WILLIAMS, JEREMY — 1312 Fox Fire Dr., Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 889-3038 WILLSEY, JENNIFER — RR 1 Box 626, Nobles- ville, IN 46060 (317) 877-3962 WILSON, LAURA — 3029 Orleans Way North, Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 869-6283 WILSON, LINDA — 598 North Indigo, Alta- monte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 788-9235 WINN, JENNIFER — RT. 1 Box 815M, Punta Gorda, FL 33950 (813) 639-0715 WOLCOTT, BILL — Mount Pisgah Academy, Candler, NC 28715 (702) 667-3098 WOOLEY, LISA — P.O. Box 17483, Orlando, FL 32860 (305) 299-0514 WOOLEY, MELISSA — 305 E. Spruce St., Or- lando. FL 32803 YAKUSH, CAROL — 9503 via palma ceia Apopka, FL 32807 (305) 298-2278 ZINTEL, JOEY — 2341 Westwood Dr., Long- wood, FL 32779 (305) 869-4637 ZINTEL, WENDY — 2341 Westwood Dr.. Long- wood, FL 32779 (305) 869-4637 ZIRAKIAN, JOHN — 4108 Palazzo St., Sebring, FL 33870 (813) 385-5161 ZIRAKIAN, PAUL — 4108 Palazzo St., Sebring, J=L 33870 (813) 385-5161 A- . cy c o t . i [ -c e_ c V- l_|C Lv V-a -i-ta, . N-V X-i MGi- v S-CN ' Ci " ' - ' " (-M God W -t- ' S wci_ O-U .Ji 155 Orlando. FL 32804 (305) 843-2267 STRACK, KIMBERLY — 3015 N Harrison Ave,. Orlando. FL 32804 (305) 843-2267 STURDIVANT. BETH ANN — 3516 Curtis Dr., Apopka. FL 32703 (305) 862-0986 STURDIVANT, BRIAN — 3516 Curtis Dr. Apopka, FL 32703 (305) 862-0986 SUAREZ, DANIEL — 2342 Beach Dr.. Avon Park. FL 33825 (813) 452-1793 SWANSON, SHANE — PO Box 3021, Forest City, Fl 32714 (305) 862-1894 SWARTZ, MICHELLE —- 134 Fox Ridge Run, Longwood, FL 32750 (305) 339-6376 SWINYAR, DAVID — San Marie Ave,. Alta- monte Spnngs. FL 32714 (305) 869-6141 THEOBALD, DIANE — 101 Wtiippoorwill Dr , Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 (305) 830-4228 THOMAS. LIS — PO Box 968, Maitland, FL 32715 (305) 339-4527 THOMAS, NANCY — PO Box B, Cross City, FL 32628 (904) 498-3093 THOMPSON. MICHAEL — 105 Wessex. Alta- monte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 788-9102 TONG. SUZAME — 220 Cherry Laurel Dr.. Or- lando, FL 32811 (305) 299-0909 VALENZUELA. GLENN — 505 W 131st Ave,. Tampa, FL 33612 (813) 932-9427 VAN HORN, TROY — 209-H Pearl Lake Cswy, Altamonte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 869-0257 VENCE, GREGORY — 1 126 Turner Lane. Alta- monte Springs. FL 32714 (305) 862-3041 VENCE, TAMI — 1 126 Turner Lane, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 862-3041 VOGEL, CANDY — Rt, 5 Box 87-B, Hendreson- vllle, NC 28739 (704) 692-1545 w WALTHOUR, KEMILLA — 2144 West South Street, Orlando, FL 32805 (305) 293-0617 WASHINGTON, WAYNE — PO Box 9093, Jack- sonville. FL 32208 (904) 757-5627 WATERS. ADA — 303 Oak Street Unit D-3. Longwood, FL 32750 (305) 831-8830 WEATHERSBY, NATHAN — 1712 Louisa St. New Orleans, LA 70117 (504) 949-6597 WEBB. REBECCA — 4221 N,W, 22 Street. Lau- derhill. FL 33313 (305) 733-4839 WELCH, MELISSA — 2924 Westchester Ave., Orlando, Fl 32803 (305) 898-6148 WELLS, JOHN — 435 N.W, 30 Ave,, Ft. Lauder- dale. FL 33311 (305) 792-7817 WERNER. TODD — 1154 Howell Creek Dr.. Winter Springs, Fl 32708 (305) 699-0728 WEST. JAMES — 5264 Pinto Way, Orlando, FL 32810 (305) 299-4616 WHEAT, JENNIFER — 4640 35 Street. St Pe- tersburgh. FL 33713 (813) 522-0691 WHEELING. DAVID — 172 N. Forest Lake Dr., Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714 (305) 862-9996 WHEELING, STEPHEN — 172 N. Forest Lake Dr., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 (305) 862- 9996 WHITAKER. JAMES — 9517 Gulf Shore Drive, 154 ZIRAKIAN, PAUL — 4108 Palazzo St-, Sebring, FL 33870 (813) 385-5161 -u- g v " ! A-t. C ' ( C C c U Lie L- -a -i-tj ,V. 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You can t see her textbooks, but she ' s learning lessons that vkill affect the lives of hundreds of people. As a Southern College student Mitzi began clinical training the first semester of college. Then her class came to Florida Hospital, and she leamed how her training applies in a major Adventist medical center. " 1 feel like I ' m already a nurse. though 1 still have so much to learn. " says Mitzi. " Actually caring for patients makes all those hours of study seem worthwhile. " Mitzi will be able to take her R.N. exam after just two years of college. But that wont end her schooling. She already plans to study for an additional two years and earn her B.S. degree. After that she might even specialize. Much of Mitzis practical training is done at Florida Hospital — a medical center proud to be part of SMC ' s nursing education program. Discover what your future can be like as a Christian nurse. Contact Rorida Hospital or the SMC nursing department Joining Mitzi in school could be the best career nnove of your life. FLORIDA HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER 601 E.Rollins • Orlando. Florida 32803 • 800 327-1914 (in Ra. 305 897-1998) E R S O N Dear Karen — Thanks for believing in me. I would have never made it through Physics without you- You have made an effective im- pression in my life I love you will never forget you. Love, Michelle Mom — It ' s been great knowing you this year. I know we will remain friends. Love, Son 3-Some — MM, you ' ll grow! Jen, Peachy keen! Ed War — I love you both always! Chink Martin — Glad you came to FLA! Luv. Su- zame Karen, Simone Ingrid — To my 3 most craziest and weirdest friends. May we be great friends forever! DA . . .! Sunshine Ewok stealer — Thanks so much for Being such a good friend. You ' ve really brightened my year! I ' m so glad we met. Have an awe- some summer! See ya next year. Love Ewok Defender Jason — Thanx for being such a special part of my life! Mahal Kita — Pearlie PS. " HEL- LO " Carol — Thanks for all the good times, great memories, and everything you have done for me. Bye now, pay later! Love always. Bill Lisel — God knew what kind of a friend I needed, that ' s why he sent me you! Things we never did!?! I love ya. Dawn Robin, Monica Lizzette — Thanks for be- ing such great friends. This has been an un- forgettable year. Keep in touch — Carol Bill — Howdy, Howdy. A lot of great memo- ries this year. Thanks — Love always, Carol Sally — This year had really been great with you here at F.L.A. — Love, John M.T.Y.L.T.T. Dee Gail — I ' m gonna miss U so Much. You really made this year Xtra super! I will never ever 4get U. All my love, Simone Karen. Ingrid Hilda, Thanks 4 being the best friends I could ever have. I would die 4 you. Always always, Simone Dear Pearlie — Hi Maleeit Taeh! Your friend- ship along the years have meant more to me than any words can ever say. I love you a lot. Take care, I ' ll miss you. Ate Michelle Dear Aunty Auring Uncle Temiong — Through out the years I ' ve known you, I have loved you both very much. But this year, sharing home leaves, brought us closer you are like a second family to me. Thanks for your patience understanding. I love you both very much Michelle FOREST CITY SMALL ANIMAL CLINIC Lawrence E. Blum, D.V.M. Compliments Of Earl Alfrey NATIONAL SCHOOL STUDIOS : C -:iiF ' ' ' ;,? ' - ' . ■ ' ■ •; ' ' - jM 4 I ■■r; ' -:;. . -c- Vv -:?! " J - ' i i: ! ' ,o- " . ' -?• ' " " , ,r . ' - ' ■ Vf ? ' ' i -0 ' V«t: ?%ri V ' ?V- ■ ' ' ' ■ ' • • ' - " -■ i; :i i:r!i! ' ' i h f ■n_ 7 . -. - t i ' , -- y - ' M ' i . t ' !::::|:!lfe S!(.-: -rf .■i f-- " ' ■ ' " -■ ' • ' ■ ? ndsFrep .- ' 5. , . SviS S ' - Msfe CONGRATULATIONS JOE (JOEY) YOU ' VE JUST BEGUN. YOU HAVE MANY CHOICES TO MAKE. CHOOSE WISELY. WISDOM COMES FROM GOD. LOVE, MOM, DAD, YOUR 3 J ' S CONGRATULATIONS JOE — LIFE IS JUST BEGINNING. YOU HAVE AT YOUR FINGER TIPS ALL THE OPPORTUNITIES OF YOUR DREAMS. BE A GOOD CAPTAIN OR YOUR SHIP. JUST LET ME BE YOUR GUIDE. I AM YOUR TRUE FRIEND. BE A REAL FRIEND BY MAKING OTHERS FIRST IN YOUR LIFE. ACCEPT DISAPPOINTMENT WITH JOY. SIN HAS MADE THIS AN IMPERFECT WORLD. IF EVER YOU FEEL ALONE, REMEMBER SOMEONE IS PRAYING FOR YOU. I AM WITH YOU ALWAYS. YOUR BEST FRIEND, CHRIST To our son, Rikky — You are the spark that lights our lives. Remember, Son, success is what you are inside and you have all you need to be the greatest! We love you. Mom and Dad Yamile, No words can describe how Proud and Happy, we have been of you. Keep Jesus 1, and you will succeed in Life. Loving you always. Dad, Mom and Maribel Congratulations Bryan! We are very proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad, and Kristi Congratulations Kevin Powell Keep your sweet smile and great attitude and always let God lead in your life. We love you. Mom and Dad Congratulations to our precious Cinda. You have made us so proud and happy. Our Love, Mom, Dad, and Brad Congratulations Ken We are proud of you Love, Mom Dad Congratulations, April The rest of your life is yours. You will succeed in all you and the Lord decide upon. We Love you. Mom, Dad, Doug Shannon %• Congratulations, Dee Dee You are my pride and joy. Love Mom f ilr- Congratulation Dale Smith You ' ve come a long way. We are very proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad, Debbie Missy Way To Go Theron, You only have 6 more years to go — so hang in there! Love, Dad, Mom, and Johnny Congratulations Tonya, You have reached another milestone in your life. You are a joy to us We love you very much. Love, Mom, Dad Rachelle Dear Shawn You do so many things and do them so well! We are very proud of you. Keep up the good work. We wish you the best as you venture into the medical field. Love you lots, Mom and Dad m Dear Shawn, Thank you for " getting me on my feet " . Love, Shane Dear Tracey, Congratulation honey! You finally got what all of us live for. It ' s hard to believe that the time for you to graduate has come at last. We are all so proud of you. Be good but most of all be happy. We all love you are pulling for you, including Taffy, Meghan Slinky. Your Loving Family YOU CAN YOU DID! Phil. 4:13 love and Prayers Mom, Dad, and Sammi Congratulations David — You ' ll be out soon. Love, Mom, Dad, Annette and Susan From — Mr. Dietrich A Special Thanks To My Yearbook Staff Who Spent Time Outside Of Class To Help Me! NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS Shaklee Independent Distributor IN COOPERATION WITH NATURE ANN CROSS CALL; 862-6550 1010 Terry drive Monday ■ Friday Altamonte Springs. Fl. 32714 for appointment Congratulations Carol You ' ve grown up too fast . . . but we ' re proud of Love Mom and Dad RAYDOD PLUMBING CO., Inc. Congratulations — Cece @®. WALTER A. BLACK, M.D. FAMILY PRACTICE 452 Unity Boulevard Apopka, Florida 32703 6819 EDGEWATEfX DRIVE • ORLANDO, • FLORIDA LICENSED AND BONDED CONGRATULATIONS Mike 6 Srephonie RAY HOLLOVAY 862-2117 DOB HAMILTON 8627087 EAMWORK National Office: 6840 Eastern Avenue, NW. Washington DC 2001 2 Division Offices: Eastern and Middle America, 8800 « . 7Sth Street, Shawnee Mission, KS 66204, (91 3| 677-8000 Loma Linda, Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA 92350, (714| 824-4302 North, 15 Salt Creek Lane, Hinsdale, IL 60521 , (31 2| 920-1 100 Sunbelt, 2400 Bedford Road, Orlando, FL 32803 1490, (305) 897-1919 West, 1545 North Verdugo Road. Glendale, C A 9 1 209, (2 1 3) 956- 1 900 ■ J Adventist Health System AW,iyolC.lrir«| AW,iyolLil( ' Dear Brewster, I Love Ya!!! PUNKY Kevin — Thanks for all the good times and all the helpful words. Always remember the good and forget the bad. Love — Cindy Jason Good — You are one special guy Good Luck in everything you do! I Love ya. Michelle Fulbright Gorvoll — Your a cool brother. Good luck in your profession! Your an upperclassman ' JZ Mel — We had the most fun together ever! I miss you!! love. Pepin David — I ' m going to miss you. alot, maybe too much. Kim Pepin DB and VJ. Both of you have been fantastic to me. We ' ve had some really fun and crazy times together, I don ' t think 1 ' !! ever remem- ber them all; so when we get out of school we ' ll have to get together ' RJR TIA. I ' ll always remember the good times! JW Lisa McQueen — Your friendship has meant so much. Thanks for sticking around this se- mester, I Love Ya, Michelle Fulbright Michelle — Thanx for being my best friend! I didn ' t have any idea how much you ' d mean to me! I ' m gonna miss you! Love. PEARLIE PS JK. we ' re JJK — badoo. badoo! DUMBO AND Long-Neck Always and For- Tammy G — To a very special person who has made this year the best. You mean alot to me I Love You! Jerry McKlepto, You ' ve been a great friend. Thanks for all. Remember, 994: -I- 10; = 1 Buck Kevin. Shawn. Beth, and Chuck: Thanx for ALL the crazy times! Stay close Love, Dawn Dear Carol Tonya — Though we hated each other in the beginning, we created a friendship whose bond has tightened more more through the few months we have been together at F.L.A. True we will part at the end of our Senior year, go our seperate ways, be apart from one another, BUT our friendship will last forever, I love you guys alot and will never forget you. You both will always have a very special place in my heart I know. I wish you all the happiness that God can give you but I know that no such happiness can ever be replaced than by what He gave me my first year here You!!! Love, Michelle P S. Let ' s bet A.J. P.I. Chris " Mooch " Off to bigger deer hunting grounds. Don ' t let the mutilated brookes or stick wars fade R.C. on duty lives, if only in our memories, it still lives! Best Friends — Allan Dear Patrick (allias The Koren) Becoming friends all over again wasn ' t easy, but was worth it! Now that it is time to separate again, lets not forget the special times. I will miss you so much. Love ya like a brother, Carol Y. Dear Maxi-sahns, " Just you you I ( me) " We have shared everything but a COKE a SMILE!!! Remember the threesome! We love you lots!! Michelle (Non-sahns) Jenni- fer (Egyptian Lover) P. 8. Do not forget our TV debut! Someday we will be famous! Dear John M. You ' re the best cousin anyone could ask for. Thanks for being my friend. Love ya. Dee Dear Carol. Robin. Lizzette — Thanks for all the " smurfy " times. Best of luck in the future! Love, Monica PS Be good! Chris: I ' ll treasure our friendship always — no matter what! I love ya! Dawn Carol, Robin and Monica — Without you three this year would have been incomplete. Thanks for the friendship. Love always, Liz- zette M. Johnson And R. Bankes — You two are alright! Not to mention curtious. Enjoy! — Lizzette Debbie I — You ' ve been an extra special part of my senior year and I will never forget it. I hope your remaining years at FLA are great. Much happiness always. Love Brent Marigold Randy — Your support as my accompanists has been wonderful, and your friendship will always be precious to me. God bless you as you continue to share His love through music, I ' ll always love you, J D, Bled- soe Barry Dufresne — Thanks for making the past 2 years so special. Your the best thing that ' s ever happened to me, I Love You. Len C Dowell — Thanks for caring. I ' ll miss you. Best to you always. — Love YoYo Michelley — I ' m so glad we became friends! Remember the craziness. the cemetary ' ? ' ' HaHa! I ' m glad you came to FLA — Ton To Coach — Thanx for all the encouraging words and your friendship. Love. DeeDee Kim — We ' ve had the best of times together. I hope they never quit!! Thanks, Love Pepin Lenny — I ' m so glad we got to be the best of friends. Love ya! Pepin Louie J., Dawn D , Kemilla W. — You are the greatest friends I can ever have Keep it up. You ' re cherished. Love you, Carlotta Valerie — Sorry I ' ve been mean to you. I wish you luck in all you want to become in your life. Love you lots forever, Johnny L. Pee Wee — We ' ve come a long way. Your friendship the last 6 years has meant more than you can imagine. Thanks. BTYA Smile — TC Dear Julie, Adrian, and Sally — Thank you for the best year of my vida. I ' ll miss u — Elita you ' ve given me in Chemistry. Love, your student? Mitch — I ' m glad we could graduate togeth- er! I care about you. Stay in touch, ■ — AM , To Mom Dad — I am so glad we could go to school together. Love, Your son, Chris To my two favorite cousins — You have made my time at school the best time for me. Good luck in everything you do. Love, Cuz Ken Gano — You ' ve been the best brother I could have! I ' m going to miss ya next year so keep in touch. I luv you. Love Sis Lisa W. — Thanks for adopting me as Lil Sis. I ' m going to miss you. Love you, Cyn Boom — You ' re such a spaz! I ' ve had a great year all because of you! Love ya ' Burrito Barbi Doll — What kind of bird was that? Thanks for your friendship! Love, Burrito Jerry — You are very special to me! I have a lot of good memories, I Love you! Lynn Dear Tonya — We ' ve made it! Thanx so much for your friendship the great times you ' re the best. Smile always. Love ya lots. Dee Mich Fulbright — Thanks for making this a super year, I would have never made it with- out you. Don ' t worry. I ' ll be back next year. — Love ya. LMM Jeffrey — I ' ll always remember this year be- cause of the special moments and your love, my love always, britta WILDCAT — THIS YEAR HAS BEEN GOOD FOR ME I AM GLAD YOU WERE A PART OF IT! I ' LL NEVER FORGET YOU! I LOVE YOU ALWAYSn — YOUR TIGER TINA FOX — THANKS FOR BEING HERE FOR ME THIS YEAR I LOVE YOU! JERR f " Harry " . Shawn. Kevito P K — Thanks for being great friends and for the great times and for all the " scabs " " Anthony " Ted Thanks so much for all the help Dee Gayle — We ' re sure going to miss you. Love, Nikki Marky Michelle Carol — You two be careful . , . Watch out for strangers, bets and expensive dinners! I ' ll miss you! M.D. Honey — All your work was worth it! Debbie, Cynthia, Tess, Runt, Dale, and Jean — Thanks for a real great year — Friends, CDM Leanna Bananna — Sure missed you this year. Thanks for all the letters. We ' ll both be college gals in ' 86! — Your Sis, Lisa Kay Beach Bum — You ' re the best! Thanks for all the good times. — Cookie Welmel — Thanks for really knowing me and still being my friend. Love ya. Big Cookie Sally — Thank you for the wonderful friend- ship and all the fun times. Love ya, Abner Dale — I ' m so glad I ' ve got you! Your very special to me! I love you! Nautilus! Love al- ways, Diana!!!! R.K. — Thanks for all the memories! — L.K.T. Anti-freeze — What can I say? Thanks!!! Love ya always, Griller B.B. D.F. — We made it thru 13 years. Ya ' ll better always keep in touch! — Love ya, Lisa Marigold — You got me thru this year! Thanks! Can ' t wait till next year. — Love Your Roomie to be. Cookie — Don ' t know what I ' d have done without you these years! Gonna miss ya! Bet- ter keep in touch! — Love ya, Mel CAB — Thanks for 3 great years. I ' ll always have alot of good memories!! Love ya, LF Peanut — Thanks for all the fun times! Glad I got to know YOU! Gonna miss ya! Love ya! MF University Church — (especially Berta Merrile): It would be impossible to thank you enough for making my fantastic Academy experience possible — Your adopted son. Dear Charles, You ' ve made this year great. You ' re special to me. Love ya lots, Debbie Janie — Thanks so much for being a great friend. We ' ve had lots of great times together and I know there will be more — Love ya, Joey Aaron — When are we gonna finish our game? Thanks for being a good friend. I ' ll miss you lots! You ' re such a cutie. Love. Wen Rikk — Thanks for the greatest memories. I ' ll never forget the fun times we had. I ' m really gonna miss you! Remember Wednesday nights 7:15! Love always. Wen Steph, Lyn, Pepin, Lori, Lisa, Pam, Kim — Thanks for being good friends. Good luck! Wen Di — Thanks for your friendship. See you in ' 861 — Lisa T. Darlyn — The years sure have flown by. Here it is our second graduation together. Thanks for always being the big sister type. Good luck with everything. Brent Diana — Thanks for being such a super friend. L.K.T. Curtis — Having U as a friend was the best thing that ' s happened 2 me this year. Thanks 4 everything. Love always, Simone Allan M. — You have been such an inspira- tion to me. I will always need friends like you to keep my energy for life. Write me!! Carol Y. Dear Jennifer — As I look back on this year I want to thank you for being a best Friend of mine. I will not forget the memories we shared. " You Are the Inspiration " — With my Love, Chuck Badger MRF — Thanks for being such a good friend. — DMP Lisa N. Michelle M. — Thanks for being such good friends. — Love ya, Wooley Tonya DeeDee, Don ' t you two ever forget that I want to be a bridesmaid. Call me when the first born arrives!! I Luv u 2!! Carol Y. Janie — Thanx for being such a great best friend and for all the great times. I ' ve really enjoyed your friendship and hope we stay friends for a long time. Love ya! Heather P.S. Let ' s go to Hallmark! Michelle Maniquiz — I can ' t believe our hate turned into such a strong friendship. Please hold on to the gillion memories. — Carol Y. To my best friends, Jeff O., Jeff C, Tim H. — You guys have made this year the great- est in my life. I hope we could be friends forever. Good Luck in Life. — Love, Chris B.B. — Thanx for the memories good times we ' ve had! You ' re someone really spe- cial I ' ll never forget you or the happiness you ' ve given me! — Love you! Debbie I. Diana, Lisa Baby B — It ' s been great having us all together again this year! Love ya, Mich Dear Suzame Jennifer — Thanks for being a part of my life here at FLA. You two have been joys and inspiration. You brought me laughter tears. Best of all you gave me your friendship. I love you! Michelle Hey Randy — U R so loud! Thanx 4 all the wild days in AH. — Luv Ya, (Tracy Ana Sabra U R 2 Good) Woodstock Snoopy — Thanks for being such good Friends. You really have made this school year a lot more fun! Love ya, Mich Eduardo — You ' re a great friend for putting up with me. I ' m going to miss you. Love Karen Simone — Thanks for your friendship and encouragement. Love you, Karen Bess — Thanks for always sticking with through everything — Luv ya lots, D me Randy, Thanks for being such a wonderful friend. Love, Lynnette Kevin, Beth, Ed, Ken, Dawn, Karen A., Lisa, April — Thanks for your wonderful friend- ship Lynnette Nereyda, Michelle De — You guys are the best friends ever. I love ya lots, Diane Dear Little Sis — I hope you had a good freshmen year here. I wish you all the luck. Love, LaMar Heather — Thanx so much for being such a great friend! We ' ve had so many great times! You ' re the best friend anyone could want! Love ya lots! Janie Dear Chuck, Thank you for making this year so special (speacil, Remember?)!!! You are a very best friend!! Always keep believing . . . Love You, Jennifer Kevin — Hope you find that perfect woman someday!!! Don ' t talk in your sleep!! Jennifer Mom, Dad, and Lisa — I LOVE YOU!!! — JW Dear Brooke Gerd — U two are some crazy gals I love u both for it! Gerd, thanks for listening Mom? I ' ll never forget toilet papering people. Everytime I see toilefpaper, I ' ll remember u. Thanks for your friendship. 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