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These dressy students enjoyed a break from work to pose for the camera in the summer sun. Junior, Amy Thompson, wakes from a nap on the bus to youth conference in Provo, Utah. Student Life Summer 9
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Jlr Summer. A time to relax, travel, work and just have fun. Students relaxed and had fun from the day school got out for summer til the day school started again. They spent time waterskiing, sun- tanning, swimming, working, playing softball and all sort of activities. Some students trav- eled and spent their summer out of town. Others spent their whole summer in town working. Some students had the oppurtunity to do both. Burke Webster, Senior, spent the summer in New Jersey working in a warehouse driv- ing a forklift. Junior Quinn Calder spent his summer working at a scout camp in Utah where he was a counsel- or. While some students spent their summer working, some just sat around and relaxed. They watched soap operas, shopped for school clothes, sun-tanned, and went to the movies. Church Softball was a major event in some students sum- mer. Softball starts in June and runs till the beg inning of August. The runners up in the Area softball tournement was made up of eleven students from our school. " 1 love to play softball in the summer. It ' s about the funnest thing to do all summer long. " said ju- nior Robert Denis. No matter what a student did over the summer most stu- dents enjoyed the vacation from the headaches that school can give. But by the time summer is over most stu- dents are ready to go back to school for a few days to see their friends and show off their new clothes. Sophomores, Brandon Smitii and Ni- chole Smith, look up from the game they were playing on their way to youth conference in Prove, Utah. Sophomore, Marilyn Grover, cools off on a hot summer day when she and her sister, Susan, get in a water fight. 8 Student Life Summer
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In the summer of 1986, students wanting to be- come better at what they liked to do, took time out of their vacations and went to camps. Not just any camps, but ones where they could learn important things about their particu- lar interests. The drill team, flag team, and cheerleading camps were for girls with an extra large supply of school spirit and energy to burn. They learned great, new dance steps, tricky maneuvers, and sporty cheers. Basket- ball, volleyball, and foot- bail camps were also on the list for people with am- bition and drive to work hard on their athletic abilities. Re- bounds, spikes, and pass- ing was the name of the game here. For the more academic minded there was yearbook camp. Stu- dents learned new con- cepts and ideas, and what was in style for yearbooks. All of the camps took hard work and sweat which re- sulted in stiff and tired bo- dies. Getting scrapes and bruises often went along with this. They also cost varied amounts of money, but the general opinion of everyone involved was that it was worth it to go to these camps. The people who attended the camps and helped make it a very memorable year for every- one. Time Out A tough play is made to look easy in a hard game. The Bobcat band and Flag team sport their new uniforms. 10 Summer Camps
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