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Page 97 text:
Bon jour Amigo: Veni, Vidi, Vici Front: Charlene Clatterbuck, Warren Wood, Leona Cox, Bonnie LaRochelle, Terri Proffitt, Sally Martin, Lavonne Woodard, Sandy Duvall, Michelle Dornbach, Sherri Bonner, Kelle Conolley. Middle: Danny Mitchell, Darren Brandt, Ronald Crouch, Theresa Duckworth, Lynn Bandy, Kris Wentz, Scott Jobber, Dean Wren, Terri Bonner, Missy Mullins, Sharon Magnason, Pam Hall, Kathy Allen, Sheila Funkhouser, Wanda Wright, Margie Adams, Ronnie Kidwell, Dr. Rambo, Yvonne Kirk, Joey Clare. Back: Miss Bobrosky, Kim Moore, Dana Propst, Tammy Messer, Debbie Campiglia, Gayle Valdez, Cheryl Carlisle, Ron DeGoosh, Chris Novak, James Carter. The Foreign Language Club was open to all students of Spanish, French, and Latin. The club raised money by selling posters and doughnuts. Members took a field trip to see the Jose Greco Dance Company at DAR Constitution Hall, and they ate at the Casa Chimayo. Miss Bobrosky, who taught Spanish and Mr. Rambo, who taught French, were the club sponsors. The club officers were: Chris Novack as president, Lynn Bandy as vice-president, Sally Martin as secretary, Charlene Clatterbuck as treasurer and Sherri Bonner as public relations. Foreign Language students learn about the world around them. Clubs 91
Page 96 text:
Front: Ray Valdez, Terrie Bates, Gayle Valdez, Mr. Bowersox, Cheryl Bean, Michelle Hartman. Middle: Julie Adams, Kelly Price, Debbie Pillow, Gina Murphy, Cheryl Carlisle, Donald Krolack, Tammy McDonald, Debbie Kovacks, Connie Spencer, Denise Cunningham, Kris Novack, Jim Price, Jim Carl, Back: Tim Hall Roger Knowles, John Parks, Kenny Kirk, Dennis Cunningham, Joe Novack, Philip Brown, John Green. The philosophy club consisted of member’s who were interested in the theoretical. During meetings, Mr. Bowersox, The sponsor, led discussions and devates on the branches of philosophy as, “To philosophise is to wonder about life - -about right and wrong, love and loneliness, war and death, about freedom, truth, beauty, time . . . and a thousand other things. To philosophise is to explore life. It means breaking free to ask questions. It means breaking free to ask question. It means resisting easy answers. To pholophise is to seek in oneself the courage to ask painful questions. Philosophy is for those who are willing to be disturbed with a creative disturbance. Philosophy is for those who still have the capacity for wonder.” Philosophy teaches members to view things from a different prospective. 90 Clubs
Page 98 text:
There’s a hungry kind of feelin’ Every day it grows You know there’s so much more to you Than anybody knows. The world outside keeps changin’ And you can’t fall behind. You’re stretchin’ out now day by day ’Cause you’ve got a future to find. Be all that you can be Keep on reachin’ Keep on growin’ Be all that you can. There are feelings deep inside you Feelings there’s so much more There are no words that can explain The things that you’re lookin’ for You’re somebody special So much you’re gonna do So you’re gonna reach out and take it ’Cause it’s all there waiting for you Be all you can be Keep on reachin’ Keep on growin’ Be all that you can be. -HEA Productions 92 Student Life
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