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Row 1: Pam Gallahan, Wendy Anderson. Row 2: Terri Testerman, Theresa Lane. Row 3: Donald Krolak, James Erskine, Darrell Fritter. Looking for perfection, Mr. Freeman conducts the band in another practice session. Gina Murphy prepares to lead the band in another half-time show. The Cougar Marching Band struts enthusiastically in the Manassas Christmas Parade. 40 Organizations
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Row 1: Shawn Gooden, John Howell. Row 2: Mr. Rambo, Mark Rowe, Kenny Kirk, Pam Taylor, Eddie Steele, Mike Hazlett. Boy’s Cooking Club members wolf down another achievement. Mark Nary and Ronnie Huntt don’t waste any time removing the cookies. FHA and Boy’s Cooking Club Study Culinary Arts The FHA-HERO club has grown incredibly since it began in the 76-77 school year. The officers for the 1981-82 school year were: President; Mark Nary, Vice President: Deena Ketter- man, Secretary: Lynn Bandy, Treasurer; Pam Gallahan. During the year, they planned a lot of outings. They planned more fund-raisers to help out the home economics department in the school. They donated money to childrens hospital and had an Easter Egg Hunt at an orphanage nearby. The sponsors were Mrs. Rushdi and Mrs. Pinckard. The purpose of the Boys Cooking Club is to teach boys culinary arts. The officers of the club were; President: John Parks, Vice-President: Eddie Steele, Secretary: Dennis Cunn¬ ingham, and Treasurer: Mark Rowe. They made Baked Alaska, pizza, a spaghetti dinner; for Halloween they made carmel apples; for Christmas they made a turkey dinner, and for St. Patrick’s Day they made an Irish Dessert. They sold candy and paid dues to raise funds. Organizations 39
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Under the strict conduction of Mr. Freeman the woodwinds run through their paces. Chorus and Band Combine Skills at Christmas Concert Beginning with the “First Annual Marching Cougar Band Camp " in August, the Cougar Marching Band worked non¬ stop to prepare for the 1982 Performing Season. The band members exhibited an intense desire for excellence throughout the school year by performing in both the Fourth of July and Greater Manassas Christmas Parades, and held tremendous half-time shows during football season. The Jazz band also displayed noteworthy versatility when they combined with students from Garfield High School to give free concerts for the student body. They also participated in the District IX Jazz Festival. Select band members par¬ ticipated in Solo and Ensemble Festival and held their first An¬ nual Spring Recital in April. Eight concerts and a trip to James Madison University highlighted the year for the Concert Choir. Also a change in rooms, the first since the opening of the school, was new to the choral students. Although the choral students size was small the students were dynamic and imaginative in their perform¬ ing. They combined singing with acting in their spring performance. Organizations 41
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