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Page 123 text:
Student Senate fopposite page topj coordinates efforts
GWO officers fopposite page left, from leftj Margaret
Campbell, Elaine Entz, Garry Bullard and Murray Trim
meet with advisor Alan Wiebe.
GWO floor representative Jan Zalud Copposite page
bottom, shares news of 4-Center's missionary.
Student missionary interns labovej shared their field
experiences during GWO Chapels.
Power Unlimited Chapels Cleftj featured small-group
sharing and prayer.
Don Fast fbelowj presents missions information during
a Power Llnlimited chapel.
Page 122 text:
Internal affairs and external priorities were the focus of
Student Senate and Grace World Outreach fGWOl respec-
A committee made up entirely of chairmen could be
unworkable, but all student committee leaders met biweek-
ly to coordinate efforts and harmonize goals as the Student
Elected leaders of GWO set out to involve students in
missions. Theme for the year was "Together we reach out
Emphasis was placed on building relationships between
students and missionaries. A GWO representative from
each floor served as a go-between to keep students in-
formed of needs and news of assigned missionaries. Floors
met to share information and pray during Power Unlimited
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the year ahead
Most students may not be sure just what
committees do - but most aspects of life at
Grace are affected by committees.
The Spiritual Life committee headed by
Sam Goertz sought to help students develop
spiritually by promoting prayer.
The Student Life committee's job is "to
help students see more of a need to grow
through discipline," chairman Gary Ranfeld
said. Two members from each class are elect-
ed by the student body.
Two other committees are involved in re-
cruiting new students.
Colleges can win or lose in the admissions
race on the basis of a first impression. The
Personal Touch Staff sought to give prospec-
tive students a favorable initial contact.
al An invasion of high school students Nov.
9-ll was orchestrated by the Youth Confer-
ence committee. Publicity and planning
around the theme "Go deeper to grow high-
er" was under the direction of chairman
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