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Mattie Downs Kenneth Jennings Claudine Massey
Martha Hailey Betty Lester Carolyn Raines
Lassie Hamilton Margaret Lyles Corene Thompson
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CLASS OF '80
It was August 24, 1976, and the Bicentennial celebration had finally ended. The Class of '80 arrived
at Lebanon High School for the first day of their freshman year. When election time came around John
Sloan was elected president of the class. Other officers were as follows: Carol Bennett, vice-president:
Lisa Johnson, secretaryg and Karen Angus, treasurer. Shondrai Shockley was elected as sgt.-at-arms. Ricky
Miller and Lora Johnson were elected as Class Favorites. John Bryan was chosen to represent the class
as executive member of Student Council. Robbie Dedman was chosen as the freshman attendant at the
homecoming activities. Jimmy Harris was her escort. That year the class won the first place championship
in intramurals by defeating the senior class in the finals. The boys' basketball team became District
Champions that year.
The spring musical was "Lil' Abner." John Bryan gave an excellent performance as a major character
in the play.
Summer came around and the class was given their first long vacation in high school. They returned
in the fall of '77 as sophomores. However, they were given another long vacation shortly after Christmas
and missed a total of 24 days of school because of snow and bad road conditions. That year John Sloan
was again elected to serve as president of the class. The vice-presidential position was filled by Robbie
Dedman while the class elected Karen Angus secretary. Connie Tribble and Ricky Miller were elected
treasurer and sgt.-at-arms respectively. Leigh Ann Harper represented the class as executive member of
Student Council. Lora Johnson represented the class at the homecoming activities and was escorted by
John Sloan. It was a good year for the girls' basketball team. They were runners-up in the state
The spring musical was "Bravo Broadway," with Lisa Coffee, Don Hutchinson, and Andy Taylor filling
As juniors the class of '80 elected Andy Taylor president. Ricky Miller was elected vice-president and
Donna Lea became the new secretary. Leigh Ann Harper was elected treasurer and Troy Putman filled
the position of sgt.-at-arms. Shondrai Shockley and Ricky Miller were chosen as Class Favorites. Lora
Johnson again represented her class at homecoming and was escorted by Gary Bradshaw. The Junior
class float won first place that year, defeating the traditional winner, the Senior class. A homecoming
court for basketball was selected and Tesa Armistead and John Bryan represented the class. A revised
dress code was placed in effect during their reign as juniors. Sandy Maynard returned to school during
the second semester after recovering from an immobilizing car accident. As of last year, our girls' basketball
team has made it to the state tournaments two years in a row. Because of her hard work and dedication
to the team, Gail Corder was named to the All-State Team her junior year. Lebanon High School was
spotlighted on Channel 5 during the spring of 1979.
The spring musical that year was "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to The Forum." Lisa Coffee
and Don Hutchinson had major roles and performed very well.
In the fall of 1979, Sandra Carney and Russ Brown were chosen National Merit Scholarship
Semi-Finalists. It was a rare honor for Lebanon High School to have two recipients of this award.
As Seniors they . . .
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