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II - Activities Ill - Athletics ........i,.i, IV - Staff .i.c...,i.,...,i.. V - Middle School and 5 8: 6 . . . . . . Editor-in-Chief Executive Editor Executive Editor Executive Editor Advisor AURIGAN, 1988, Volume 33, is sponsored and prepared by members 2 of the Senior Class, Mount Everett 32 Regional School, Sheffield, 43 64 the period of time from February, 70 1987, to February, 1988. Massachusetts. Due to deadlines and delivery schedules, this yearbook spans CHAPTER I HIGH SCHGOL ' l iles if S ' x J' A x..""'f ' 5 s Z4 XXI - ' n I Q S!! A mm- .17- B it ,. Mi 9 1 '. 2 K Xfix .v-. N L. I n F 4. .. AXE Q Tx S S 'S Q -A ,Q 'Nb ! "Q x .N y-N ii, U' 17. f., ,Ig-sf.-P' ' IT .5-4' 1, I :A Y Y Q g -lr 1 It ' XX 'I ,J g I, gf-1-, Sfsagf 0.4,-. rL,,i.',6 wx L-V f, .4 ,O 11:-' ,Q QL, sm 4 ' w 1L ifW.r.. . fXlT5'T"f'Z.':"5 R' ' ' 'L L f . . -af ef- ' ..,' . ' . - 5 -, n-, 5 . 14' A ' I' X -1- .' ,. 4 , ' ' . .. . - ,K su- X , 3- X ' . ' ' ,- V - . Lk l 1' I K Xb H S s..,, y tv r-- v 'H-H-X :JB T.. ff!! qxi-3 A iw E1 g f" .. I'-' 1 'H Y , E"-cf. 'A 'V K 5 -I .w I 0' Q. . 5' ' l Nancy Lyn Byanck 4-8 70 Gt Barrington MA Nwsppr 4 SADD 2,3. Thank you to all my family, friends Iespecially Cliffl, and the teachers who support- ed and drove me through high school. I couldn't have done it without you! Susan Elizabeth Carpenter, 8-2-70, New Haven, CT, ACT 3, Bskbl - Var 1,2,3,4, capt 2,3,4, BlDrVol 3,4, ClsOff 1,2,3,4 - pres, FshnShw 3, Hnrs 1,2,3,4, NHS 2,3,4, Nwsppr 3, Prm 3 - co-chair, RspPrt 3,4, SADD 2,3,4, - vp 2, Pres 3, Sftbl - Var 1,2,3,4, SAC 2,3 - alt 4, Scr 1 - Var 2,3,4, capt 4, StSAC 2, StCncl 1,2,3,4, - pres 4, TwnMt 3,4, BndFr 3,4, SchImpCncI 3,4, FdDr 3, HlthFr 3, StMckTr 3, Yrbk 4 - E.I.C. Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for awhile and leave footprints on our hearts and we are never, ever the same. B.C., L.K., T.O., and M.C., Thank-you for a chapter of my life I will always remem- ber. Fredrick Gordon Chase, 4- 27-70, Gt. Barrington, MA, CrsCntry 2, DrEd 3, Hnrs 4. Last Will: To the lunch staff, I leave all the salimanders in the pond. To Shawn Sullivan, I leave my hunting skills. To Bri- an Gibbs, I leave my academic skills. Comment: Take it easy, it will all be over someday. Brian Patrick Clay 3370 Pittsfield MA CrsCntry 1 DrEd 2, Hnrs 1,2,3,4, Wrstlg 2,3,4. May the best things in life come to my friends, family, and me. Favorite Saying: Let's mellow out. Pet Peeve: Rules, regulations, physics, comput- ers, history, snobs, free-stylers, browners, getting up for school, homework, school lunches, and working. Last Will: I leave one brain cell for Jay and Jonah to split, if they had more than that they would be dangerous. Jeanna Marte Demont. 11- 11-70, Pittsfield, MAL BlDrVol 4, X-masTea 3, FrnsCmtte 3, Hnrs 3, Prm 3, TwnMt 4, HndbkCmtte 4 - StuChrmn, IndStRevCom 3. To my family and friends, you are a perma- nent part of my happiness and if I were asked what was impor- tant to me, you would come to mind right away!! To MAW and JCP, you have had a positive influence on me. I guess that is why I feel close to you. You are as loveable as you are special!! Paul Dionne, 10-14-70, War- eham, MA. A il. i 3 P -Us f f 2 I . Elizabeth A. Clarke, 11-19- 69, Pittsfield, MA, DrEd 3, Prm 3, SADD 2,3, Yrbk 4. Mom and Dad, I couIdn't have made it this far without you. I love you! LeeAnn, thank you for al- ways being there when I need- ed you. J.H., remember all the fun times we had. Stephan George Fennell, 12-22-69, Gt. Barrington, MAQ Bskbl 3.4, Hnrs 1,2,3,4, Glf 3,4, Ftbl 2,3, BysSt 3. If you can't dazzle them with bril- Iiance, baffle them with words. Don't let school ruin your edu- cation. 'N Christopher C. Johnston, 9- 24-70, Springfield, MA, Acd 3, ACT 4, Bskbl 1,2, DrEd 3, GmClb 1,2,3, Hnrs 1,2,3,4, Al- tEg 3, NHS 2,3,4 - pres 4, Ply 3,4, QzTm 2,3, StCncl 1,2, BysSt 3, Bnd 1,2,3,4 - vp 4, ChorusPly 4, Yrbk 4. Thanks to: Barney, Bubba, Melvin, Pete, Stick, and the rest of the band. Someday when we're famous, they'll all say they knew us when . oooooh zooinksssl p.s. WDC Jeanine Marie Kilmer. 12- 12-70, Winsted, CT, Bskbl mngr 2, BlDrVol 3, X-masTea 3, DrEd 2, Hnrs 2,3,4, Prm 3 - DecChrm, Bnd 1,2,3, Yrbk 4. Pet Peeve: Braces Com- ment: Simmy, your tab is ap- proximately S345,692.31 for taxi services. To all my other so called friends, good-bye and farewell. Thanks to my family for being there. Last but not least, Nicki, you're a great study hall buddy!! Laurie Lynn Kinna, 11-7-70, Pittsfield, MA, Acd 3, ACT 3, Bskbl 1 - Var 2,3,4 - capt 4, ChorusPly 4, ClsOff 1,2,3,4 - sec, CrrEvts 1, DrEd 3, Fsl'inShw 3, Hnrs 1,2,3,4, Al- tEg 3, NHS 2,3,4 - vp 4, Prm 3, SADD 2,3,4 - trs 3, Scr 2,3,4 - tri-capt 4, Sftol 1,2,3,4, SAC 2,3, StCncl 2,3 - sec 2,3, TwnMt 3,4, BndFr 3,4, Yrbk 4 - BusMngr. To all my friends, I leave many happy memories and best wishes. Su- sie, thanks for everything. I'll never forget all we've been through. Mom, Dad, Mike, thanks. Kippie, Tim, thanks, too. I hope that the years to come are as happy and filled with so many good friends and good times as these years past. Dean Lanoue, O1-22-70, Burl- ington, VT, Hnrs 1,3, Prm 3, Wrstlg 1,3,4. Saskla Larraz, 3-20-70, Middletown, NY, BlDrVol 3,4, Hnrs 1,4, Prm 3, SADD 2,3, Scr 1,3,4 - capt 4, Sftbl 1, Yrbk 4. "Two roads diverged in a wood, And I took the one less traveled by And that has made all the difference." Rob- ert Frost We may lose, and we may win But we will never be here again. Christopher Paul Makuc, 12-8-70, Gt. Barrington, MA, Acd 3, Band 1,2,3, BysSt 3, ClsOff 1 - vp, CrsCntry 2,3,4, CrrEvts 1,2, DrEd 3, GmClb 1,2,3, Hnrs 1,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Nwsppr 3 - Pho- toEd 3, Play 3,4, Prm 3, QzTm 1,2,3,4 - capt, RspPrt 2,3,4, Yrbk 4 - PhotoEd. The road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began, Now far ahead the road has gone And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with eager feet, Un- til it joins some larger way Where many paths and errands meet, And whither then? I can- not say. Thanks Laur. Betsy Marie Marks, 7-11-70, Sharon, CT 3 Chrldg 1,2,4, DrEd 3, FshnShw 3, Nwsppr 4, Prm 3, TwnMt 3. Last Will: To Storme, l leave the many memories. Favorite Saying: "l'm sure." "Lori, hurry, I have to go." Pet Peeve: Nosey peo- ple and rumors Comment: There's so many different worlds, So many different suns, And we have just one world, But we live in different ones. Lisa Mary Menln. 5-20-70, Pittsfield, Mag DrEd 3, PrsEdPrs 3,4, Prm 3, StCncl- sec. Enjoying all my years at Mt. Everett, it was great news to hear that the merger did not go through. Mt. Everett is a great school, the size is hardly a disadvantage but a way to get more one on one teaching. I wish all of Mt. Everett students the best of luck in the years to come! 7' .ug ,f 1 X f f , lf., ,. J gf . I, I -e 5 PY 'ig' K ! X! . -X S 1, X mf I4 J , i ' mf lbrgl lf E r y 4 ogfqfwf S. . 7 'A-lm Q Af mfr. 5. 1,3 , M555 . .sf 4 A aff, 'i' 'J Q . '-'Kg If 5 Myke 1 3 Q D JUNIORS lmost There PICTURES BELOW - Left to right: Top: Robert Macy, Kevin Gilligan, Officers: Meghan McCarthy - vice-president, Jeralee Stalker - The seniors are finally moving on to new hori- zons, leaving the rule of the school to next year's seniors, the juniors. The junior class includes people with many diverse characteristics. The juniors offer a strong hope for the future. Soon they will be entering the real world themselves, successfully. For now, good luck to the juniors in their academic endeavors next year. - Gino Pezze C president, Shelby Loder - secretary. Jase Doane - treasurerg bottom: Erica Stevens, Shannon Bush, Jennifer Ericson, Angie Blan- chard. l i --..:E:ij?,d"1 'll if-3 im J UNIORS Raymond Alexander Scott Amstead Louis Aragl Darlene Barrier Scott Bartzsch Brian Blernackl Angelique Blanchard Jennlfer Bradley Robin Braskie Carol Brunnschweller Chris Brunnschweller Shannon Bush Nancy Bynack Erik Callahan Adam Cartinelll Donna Chmlel Katherine Davis Michael Davis James Decker Jase Doane Anne Doyle Tasha Duryea Jennifer Ericson Steven Funk Brian Gibbs 19 KJUNIORS CONT Dl Tlmothy Glle Kevin Gllllgan Benjamin Goewey Susanne Green Mark Guidl iabl William Gunther labl Jo-ann Hankey John Hersey Russell Hopkins Michael Johnson Errol Joseph Betsey Joyce Chiara Kllfoyle lab! Andrea King Dana Kobler Robert Krol Jacob Lanoue Shelby Loder Robert Macy Joseph Martin Meghan McCarthy Tammy Nourse George Pelaccla Richard Perham Kabl Craig Peterson 20 Erik Petersen Mlchele Pickett Mary Pottle Melissa Pratt Scott Proctor Jeff Turner Tristram Purcell fab! Alan Reynolds Michelle Rlsattl Heather Shelnhartz Michelle Shelnhartz Tori Sheldon Scott Sheridan Solvegl Shmulsky fab! Llzabeth Shuts Jeremy Smlth Jeralee Stalker Wllllam Stalker Erica Stevens Zane Tanner Alice Vanbeusen Jennifer Walk William Wandall Scott Wlckwlre Nancy Wilkinson Mlchele Wllklnson 21 sovuomomas Finding Themselves PICTURES BELOW: Class Officers -Andrea No- vak - secretary, Ian Law - treasurer, Shana Stalker - president, Stephanie Saunders - vice-presidentg bottom picture: Lucas Beckwith, Andrea Novak, Jona- than Muskrat, Blythe Storti, Paul Bynack, Peter Briggs, Jennifer Brown, Yvette Hitchcock. The tenth grade is one of the most dif- ficult years of high school. Sophomores are not quite upperclassmen, but they are not incoming freshmen either. They are right in the middle, trying to identify and establish their identity. With pa- tience and time the sophomores will eventually find themselves both as indi- viduals and as a class. - Tasha Murfitt -575. -rr -wa 'Q ga 111 1 l xkitlimt Eta: X Q SOPHOMORES Tammy Amstead labl Rodney Ball fab! Lucas Beckwith Dianne Bettis Peter Briggs Jennifer Brown Michael Bruno Qabl Leonard Bushey Paul Bynack Robert Campbell Tonla Stevens Robert Cash fab! Coleen Cecchlnato Jlll Chrzanowskl Corinna Clavette Peter Cook Regina Decker Rose Dumont Jamison Galarneau Robert Gibbs Jonah Glllooly 23 QSOPHOMORES CONT DJ Casey Goewey Alicia Goudey Natasha Grotz Sherri Guarnlerl Nicole Guldl Thoams Harvey Bobblejo Height Yvette Hitchcock Brlnton Hodge Lori Hurd Qabj Nancy Joch Robert Kemp Sara Kern Michael Klnna lan Law 0 Anne Makuc Cynthia Martin Patrick McBride Kimberly Moynlhan Jonathan Muskrat Andrea Novak Christopher Oleen fabl Gary Ovltt Rebekah Parks Qabl Scott Pautot 24 Nancy Phllllps Tonya Plxley Michael Pollltt Michael Quennevllle Rene Quennevllle fab! Glnnl Ranzonl Glen Ruane Stephanie Saunders Heldl Schneider Brian Schoonmaker Matthew Seavey Ruth Shepard Qabl Hans Smith Nathan Stalker Qabl Shana Stalker Theresa Stalker Blythe Stortl Shawn Sullivan Samantha Swain Jessica Thom Tlna VanDeusen Tina Wandall John Wells Tlna White Leland Wllllams lab! 25 FRESHMEN Filled With Spirit PICTURES BELOW: Class Officers - Kim- berly Millette - secretary, Erin Coon - presi- dent, Erin Murfitt - vice-president, Stacey Van- Deusen - treasurerg bottom row: Steven Po- sey, John Pizzichemi. A good way to describe this year's freshman class is to say that we have lots of spirit. We came in this year and like most freshman, didn't really know what we were supposed to be doing for Spirit Works. Once we found out, we got organized and did our best. Our work paid off. We also have school spirit. You can al- ways find a freshman helping out or cheering for our school at a sports event. We have lots of freshmen in- volved in school sports. But, most important of all, the freshman this year are full of self-spirit. Every one of us is trying to get good grades, participate in a few activities, and have a good social life. This is a really hard-working class. l think that if we maintain all of our spirit, we can look forward to a great four years. - Erin Coon N n , , A xx I Q. IR 'L if. 7? . K " mr ' 0 - Sc '7",x, 4 I l 1 H ' 0 'Wax- I . 'Q'-! , ,- c -at ,...v. ,-,- , , -' . A 1 J Y I. ll l- FRESHMEN Daniel Alden Jesse Andersen Halvdan Barrett Darlene Bushey John Candelari Gwendolyn Carr Richard Clapp Erin Coon Robert Copeland Walter Deane Qabl Arthur Dellea Madeline Doane Emily Dunsay iabl Joshua Dupont Michael Eller lab! Stacy Fellows 27 lFRESHMEN CONT'DJ Terri Fleld Barry Flnger lab, Thomas Flynn Sarah Freedman Shaun French Michelle Glaszcz Kelly Hathaway Ethan Hendrick Shannon Higgins Brenda Hlll Florence Jones Michele Kirchner Daniel Lanoue Brooke Loder Peter Marko Jeremy McDermott Amy Menln Kimberly Mlllette Erin Murfltt Rebecca Nourse Patrick 0'Brien Donna Perry Chris Pezzee David Plxley John Plzzlcheml 28 if r G. f 'i 1 'Nr' 3 T" Q :XE -,, -. 'W N A 1 T7 Mlchael Posey Steven Posey Tara Qulgley Cab! Bonnle Ruane Stacie Saunders Jolle Scott Jonathan Seward Rubin Shmulsky George Slmmons Jennifer Smlth Justice Smith Mara Smlth Mathias Snyder James Staunton Benjamin Stevens Shane Stevens lab! David Streeter Jennlfer Swann Christopher Tatro William Thlerlot Chris Thompson Anne Trudeau Herman Trudeau Stacey VanDeusen John Wood 29 94:5 if! -AN 5 M: ' 6 gl. ...A i . xt' F X s 9' '48, Q. . - ll 'Y O wa..- 'F X ' ,. ,. , . ""' 1 V K 1 . 0 hid"-qui ' 'Q V 'Ti' g .fuk 1 s , Q- I ' W ' 'Q M il, ' " x'w,fpx" f . 6 , N' 4- ....O' L i T L. f -' 'Sugar if x In I V I 'K Q N . x .p l 1+ ww ' . fs I ul 1 I, A 1 FK G! 29" ' O .gm- K CHAPTER II .pf-s ,- DMITH - iLg-...- ACTIVITIES ALFREDO'S Beauty 8a Fitness Salon Fair Shopping Center Great Barrington, MA 01230 413-528-1711 Yearbook Staff - Back row: Dominique Rosoff, Wayne Ovitt, Rebekah Walsh, Elizabeth Clarke, Eric Vining, Valerie Sullivan, David Frett-Howard, Steven Saunders, Gino Pezze, Mr. Davis - advisor, middle row: Saskia Larraz, Travis Ovitt, Laurie Kinna, Kip Makuc, Jeanine Kilmer, front row: Ta- sha Murfitt - executive editor, Susan Carpenter - editor-in-chief, Janet Thieriot - executive editor. National Honor Society - Back row: Nancy Joch, Michelle Sheinhartz, Jeralee Stalker, Meghan McCarthy, Kevin Gilligan, Anne Makuc, Robert Macy, Jase Doane, Travis Ovitt, Mary Pottle, Bet- sey Joyce, Stephanie Saunders, Natasha Grotz, Gino Pezze, Kip Makuc, Solvegi Shmulsky, middle row: Chris Brunnschweiler, Joseph Martin, Kim Moynihan, Peter Cook, Andrea Novak, Shana Stalker, Tori Sheldon, Michelle Risatti, Shelby Loder, Susan Carpenter, front row: Laurie Kinna - vice-president, Chris Johnston - president, Ja- net Thieriot - recording secretary. Absent: Valerie Sullivan - communications secretary. David Smith - treasurer. Prom Committee - Back row: Erik Callahan, Robert Krol, Errol Joseph, Angie Blanchard, sec- ond row: Robin Braskie, Darlene Barrier, Jase Doane, Jo-ann Hankey, Dana Kobler, third row: Michele Wilkinson, Jeralee Stalker, Meghan McCar- thy, Tori Sheldon, Chris Brunnschweiler, Michelle Sheinhartzg fourth row: Alice VanDeusen, Mary Pottle, Betsey Joyce, Michelle Risatti, Lizabeth Shuts, Jeremy Smith, Solvegi Shmulsky, front: Shel- by Loder, Joseph Martin. 4? 'L F , JF'- Wife. 1 he x' - f'-. v"" "'5.v 9- 3' 'V 48 an -N bg "-fb Q15 Best Wishes From APPLE HILL REALTY Angus MacDonald 297 Main Street Great Barrington, MA 01230 33 X .'1,ul L f" X , by ,t 0 'W . . . . U6 Alzce in Vzdsoland 11 2-25,-N with Adventures in Sight 8: Sound QACTIVITIES CONT'Dl Student Council - Back row: Mr. Herlihy - advisor, Errol Joseph, Brian Schoonmaker, Jesse Andersen, James Staunton: middle row: Natasha Grotz, Solvegi Shmulsky, Jolie Scott, Valerie Sulivang front row: Gino Pezze - vice-president, Eric Vining - treasurer, Sue Carpenter - president, Liz Shuts - secretary, Lisa Menin - secretary. Reps to the School Committee - Top: Natasha Grotz, Lizabeth Shuts: bottom: James Staunton, Errol Joseph, Gino Pezze. Student Advisory Council - Mr. Herlihy - advisor, Susan Carpenter - altemate, Gino Pezze, Eric Vining, David Smith - altemate. Town Meeting Reps - Back row: Mark Guidi, Ray Alexander, Janice Wells, John Blanchard, Rubin Shmulsky, Jolie Scott, Natasha Grotz, Michael Kinnag Tasha Murfitt, David Pixley, James Staunton, Jesse Anderson, Errol Joseph, Peter Cook: third row: Jeremy Smith, Sara Kern, Brian Schoonmal-ter, Gino Pezze. Lizabeth Shuts, Jennifer Brown, Solvegi Shmulsky, Michele Kirchner: second row: Mr. Herlihy - advisor. Samantha Swain, Anne Makuc, Laurie Kinna, Valerie Sullivan, Susan Carpenter. Mrs. Pottleg front row: Nicole Guidi, Eric Vining, Dianne Bettis, Amy Menin, Lisa Menin, Michael Pollitt. Q YOUR COMPLETE VIDEO STORE Movie - VCR - Camera Rentals 8: TV Sales Accessories - Gift Certificates Foreign - Classics - Disney - Comedy Adventure - Special Interest - Family 8: General 301 Stockbridge Rd., Gt.,Barrington, MA 01230 413528-4451 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK, MON-SUN, 10 AM-9 PM Peers Reaching Out - Back row: Mrs. Larose - advisor, Jeralee Stalker, Stephanie Saunders, Valerie Sullivan, Lisa Mening front row: lan Law, Meghan McCarthy, Shelby Loder, Solvegi Shmulsky. Peers Educating Peers 4- Top: Jase Doane, Joseph Martin, bottom: Mr. O'Brien - advisor, Alice VanDeusen, Jeralee Stalker, Meghan McCar- thy, Wendy Provost, Linda Perry, Jo-ann Hankey, Darlene Barrier, Janet Thieriot, Lisa Menin, Janice Wells. Students Against Driving Drunk - Back row: Susan Carpenter, Wendy Provost, Darlene Bushey, Brenda Hill, Stacie Saunders, Bonnie Ruane, Jenni- fer Swann, Alice VanDeusen, Shannon Higgins, Donna Perry, Amy Menin, tlfth row: Janet Thieriot, Linda Perry, Michelle Sheinhartz, Lizabeth Shuts, Hans Smith, lan Law, Gwendolyn Carr, Brooke Loder, fourth row: Valerie Sullivan, Errol Joseph, Michelle Risatti, Chris Brunnschweiler, Meghan Mc- Carthy, Jeralee Stalker, Shelby Loder, Andrea No- vak, Shana Stalker, Sara Kern, Jeremy Smith, third row: Andrea King, Tasha Duryea, Anne Doyle, Jo- lie Scott, Kimberly Millette, Tori Sheldon, David Pixley, Erin Coon, Erin Murfitt, Michele Kirchner, Solvegi Shmulskyg second row: Tammy Nourse, Ginni Ranzoni, Samantha Swain, Alicia Goudey, Tina White, Mr. O'Brien - advisor, Bill Thieriot, Chris Pezzee, Halvdan Barrett, Michael Kinna, Bri- an Schoonmaker, Jamie McDermott, front row: Tonya Pixley, Kim Moynihan, Coleen Cecchinato, Angie Blanchard, Nancy Joch, Stephanie Saunders, Natasha Grotz, Eric Vining, John Blanchard, Yvette Hitchcock, Joseph Martin. Responsible Parties - Back: Jolie Scott, Janet Thieriot, Kip Makuc, Susan Carpenter, Mr. Blan- chard, front: Mrs. Van Orman, Mrs. Pottle. LITE: YELLOW BALLOON BACHE'l'Tl'S MOBILE STATION BERKSHIRE SECRETARIAL SERVICES 304 Main Street Stockbridge Road Melanie L. Wright, Accredited Record Technician Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Great Barrington, MA 01230 Medical Tfanscflpflon ' All F0fm5 Of TVPU19 Phone t413l 528-9725 P.O. Box 191, Sheffield, MA 01257 Bruno Bachetti, Prop. X J N A BECKWl'l'H'S GLASS SHOP, INC. 80 Railroad Street Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 GLASS FOR ALL PURPOSES Mirror - Plate Glass - Auto Glass HAROLD BECKWITH, Prop. l413l 528-0085 QACTIVITIES CONT'Dl Journalism Staff - Back row: Meghan McCar- thy, Robin Braskie, Janet Thieriot - editor-in-chief, Betsy Marks, Tori Sheldon, front row: Lizabeth Shuts, Michele Wilkinson, Jeremy Smith, Dana Kobler, Melissa Pratt. Quiz Team - Back row: Mr. Kollmer, Solvegi Shmulsky, Jeralee Stalker, Anne Makuc, William Thieriotg front row: David Smith, Kip Makuc - captain, Janet Thieriot. Gaming Club - Top: Kip Makuc, Michael Pollittg bottom: Chris Burkhart, Chris Pezzee, Shaun French, Samantha Swain, Tori Sheldon, Chris John- ston, David Frett-Howard, Steven Saunders, Leon- ard Bushey, Sean Johnson, Eric Peterson, Timothy Gile, Billy Thomas, Carl Bierce, Richard Clapp. Marching Band - Back Row: Mr. Hammer - director, Heather Gunther, Jennifer Swann, Jenni- fer Brown, Andrea Novak, Natasha Grotz, Carrie Ullrich, Dawn Sadera, Heather Hecker, fifth row: Gwendolyn Carr, Brooke Loder, Katie Stringham, Eric Vining - president, Wayne Ovitt - treasurer, Chris Johnston - v-pres, fourth row: Reuel Shel- don, Michael Posey, Erik Callahan, Jonathan Musk- rat, Daniel Alden, Quentin Kelley, Michelle Shein- hartz, Kathleen Krol, William Goewey, third row: Errol Joseph, Anne Makuc, Ginni Ranzoni, John Blanchard, Alexander Simpson, Todd Clay, Chris Callahan, Chris Burkhardt, Kendall Wright, second row: Colin Storti, Janice Wells, Erin Murfitt, Mary Pottle, Shelby Loder, Mathew Muskrat, Michael Oh- man, William Thomas, Marta Makuc, front: Sa- mantha Swain, Lizabeth Shuts, Michelle Risatti, Su- san Carpenter, Tori Sheldon - drum majorette, Stephanie Saunders, Erin Coon, Kimberly Millette, Laurie Kinna. Performing Chorus - Back row: Shelby Loder, Rebekah Walsh, Lizabeth Shuts, Tori Sheldon, Lau- rie Kinna, Susan Carpenter, Jennifer Brown, Kelly Hathaway, Darlene Bushey, Janice Wells, Alice VanDeusen, Bonnie Ruane, Stacie Saunders, Terri Field, Brenda Hill, front: Joseph Martin, Chris John- ston, Mrs. Loder - director, Gino Pezze, Jase Doane. Concert Band - Back row: Mr. Hammer - conductor, Heather Gunther, Jennifer Swann, An- drea Novak, Natasha Grotz, Carrie Ullrich, Dawn Sadera, Heather Hecker, fourth row: Tori Sheldon, Gwendolyn Carr, Brooke Loder, Katherine Stringham, Eric Vining - president, Wayne Ovitt - treasurer, Chris Johnston - vice-president, third row: Reuel Sheldon, Michael Posey, Erik Cal- lahan, Jonathan Muskrat, Daniel Alden, Quentin Kelley, Michelle Sheinhartz, Kathy Krol, William Goewey, second row: Errol Joseph, Anne Makuc, Ginni Ranzoni, John Blanchard, Alexander Simp- son, Todd Clay, Chris Callahan, Chris Burkhart, Kendall Wright, front row: Jennifer Brown, Colin Storti, Janice Wells, Mary Pottle, Shelby Loder, Marta Makuc, Matthew Muskrat, Michael Ohman, William Thomas. Jazz Band - Back row: Mr. Hammer - conduc- tor, Reuel Sheldon, Eric Vining, Peter Briggs, Chris Johnston, Michelle Sheinhartz, Marta Makuc, John Blanchard, Anne Makuc, Rubin Shmulsky, Wayne Ovitt, Shelby Loder, front row: Quentin Kelley, Daniel Alden, Janice Wells, Katie Stringham, Errol Joseph. 7, ,, ik.- is BERKSHIRE MOTOR INN lndoor Swimming Pool - Sauna 8: Nautilus Room 64 Luxury Rooms 372 Main St., Rt. 7 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 413-528-3150 f 1-800-453-4511 99? 37 SENIOR PLAY Suspense and comedy filled the air of the large cafeteria during The Haunted High School CAST LIST Shelby Loder -- Myrna Manson Russ Ingersoll - Ambrose Giles Terri Beattie - Cordelia Drake Kip Makuc - Clarence Arliss Amy Larkin -- Mrs. Ogden Pend- leton Michelle Grotz - Penny Pendle- ton Abigail Muskrat - Celia Samp- son Bea Brunnschweiler - Flavia De- lande David Novak - Butch Callahan Joe Krol - Wayne CDopeyJ Shel- don Karen Hayes - Esther Myles Joshua Lowman -- Stephen Jef- ferson Alyson Bushey - Pearl Southard Chris Johnston - Johnnie Strupe - Directed by Joan Labshere - Crew: Christine Brunnschweiler, Nancy Joch, Bea Brunnschweller, Brian Joch, Terri Beattie, Russell Ingersoll, Joshua Lowman each performance of last year's sen- ior play. Through hard work and dedication, the participants man- aged to put on the little-known play with great professionalism. - Chris Johnston e" ' f '-f -1 X ' 1 ' . f v 3- . 9' x. i viii Q ii fx W Q 1 f' I 16 ' 1 C s 'ONAL sum- 5,-.- ' . ,V 5 ,, y I Q A ' I 'li-In . 2 'S """lm"'T' .,.'.1.3:1:g.:E -A 1 Q , ft M I X . W - k . u , I ,. 1' l 2' ' . ' ' .I ll X V , If ' ' L, 4 A 1 ' Q X Af. if ' ' 'St fly? "i - 2 . P 01 Q. ' J- 'A' ' A R, ,, 'ju . l'?TSXvt Q X J' I - Keg: I , V W... A K , D me Q r 5 , .. mf '55 W 5- YH Q W La "Xtl3l,! P 1 1 ,, ' Q 4 V . ' 5 f F 'su .' -1- t lx H. ,- - ,QL 33 7- , 94 .5 lx' fs" ,Y wr rf M LIZ! ld COVE LANES BlLL'S PHARMACY Rf- 7 362 Main Street GY Baffin!-!f0f1, MA 01230 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 528-1220 X W"":':,-,- http t'. BUSY KIDS - Playing is Learning - Functional Quality Toys Erich J. Miethner .252 Main Street Great Barrington, MA 01230 C4131 528-2670 CAPT. TOSS SEAFOOD 485 S. Main St. Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 CHORUS MUSICAL Computerized Christmas Under the direction of Mrs. Loder, the cast starring as Santa Clause. ogy becomes, Christmas should re- the chorus musical group put on a The musical combined comedy main a time for personal happiness brilliant production of Computer- along with the subtle message that and joy. ized Christmas. Terri Beattie led no matter how complex our technol- - Sue Carpenter THE CANAAN BANK Member FDIC Canaan, CT 06018 f203l 824-5423 .pf PROM Wonderful Tonight iff tw! 7 'Tx 1 0 ' . O ' I MWA? 5 , l X 3 'Nei-:D sonrm-une srscxiu-wsu Afwwer: xr' 40 P0 BOX -449 2.7 HUMPHREI smzrr wi: DELIVEPX g sr nArQuNsToN,MAo1z5o 4:5-5.26-1550 PICTURES - Top Row: Mark Wright, Guest, Eileen Jones, Harold Stalker, Jeanine Kilmer, Ste- phen Fennell, Jeanna Demontg Michele Wilkinson and Alan Reynoldsg Lloyd Busch, Keith Wilkinson, Laurie Aragi, Michele Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Chamberland. Middle row: Michelle Grotz and Mi- chelle Barrier, prom court - Joe Krol, Russ Ingersoll, Joe Soudant, David Novak, Mark Wright, Laurie Aragi, Sue Chapin, Michelle Grotz, Amy Larkin, Michelle Barrierg Scott Ryder and Jennifer Walk, Josh Lowman, David Novak, Dean Lanoue, Bea Brunnschweiler, Victor Cappadonnag Andrea Kingg Mark Wright, - prom king and Laurie Aragi - prom queen, David Frett-Howard. Bottom row: Dean Lanoue, and Tori Sheldong Sven Martin, Sas- kia Larraz, Jo-ann Hankey, Joe Soudantg Meghan McCarthyg Joseph Seward, Allyson Bushey, David Frett-Howard, Steven Saunders, Chris Brunnsch- weiler, Lizabeth Shuts, John Blanchard. ART SUPPLIES 306 Main Street Great Barrington, Mass. 0l230 TeL: 413-528-l72l PRINTS - CANVAS - FRAMING A MACY'S TRANSPORTATION Rt. 7 Sheffield, MA 01257 The prom was a time of friendship and togetherness. The evening was highlight- ed by prom king, Mark Wrlght's perfor- , mance with the band, The Remotes. As a result of the dedication and hard work of 4 the junior class, we danced, laughed, and made a night of memories which will re- maln with us forever. - Tasha Murfltt Q .1 1. . I If , .Q if ff fx L MONTEREY GENERAL STORE Best of Luck to me Class of 1988 BOX 43 Mm Sfmt D se .re AMERICAN emu. 'I Monterey, MA 01245 11 Stockbridge Rd., Rx. 7 -gg! N Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 -69 X309 C1-ulom Sewing AIIRFIIIIOIIJ ' kg 0 Repazn' ' W W A 41 el Umm Axlmer KN Corner nj Clavton A Rr '4 Q99 4mm rem, Alas. 4 l.V-229- 7','9 SPIRIT WORKS Conquering The Challenge Spirit Works is a test of class de- termination and unity. The innova- tive and exciting Spirit Works' ac- tivities have made the race for vic- tory even more challenging, each class neck and neck, striving to win first place honors. The Spirit Works program is a major contributing fac- tor for our school pride. We are striving to be the best, not only within each grade level, but also as a team, each person contributing a vital part to our success. - Gino Pezze K f - V , 'Q . a LL-is S x, Compliments of C. A. Undell G Son Church St. Canaan, CT '42 4 CHAPTER III 9 cu:-1.2 2, G , N ... N.. T r -1 ' "' 7 ' . . an -gpg. an' A -gk. . .T-' xl M4 ' 5353-if-NWs.9+' ' 1 1. 41. 5- M Q .I Q l Q,-ryfi N Mfr if v-+ffv'f- Ta , ,,A ,. , .. L .2 , uv. .,?gvt- tv xx' ut. K.5J.:,.,-in H-iw' - ,, ,,.. , ,QS df 71239 .T 4 ' 'HF .-1,- vv , ' Y ' .. 'sq ..- x , fl! 5 Y -- -T gf ei Wm!" g. I .f ., .- - N R " ' .P-'ff L ,, . ' KA ' , ai: ff H- gif -1 lv Ti nt 'I T ' x '- e-5 r A Fifilr- 1,1 in, ,Hd ,I WNV .. I W l ,. ,F , 1 -' ff- 5-A A ,Q ' fx' 1 - .Q - X A T -:QS + - .Dx gg . Y -' '.7'ff'1:"3Sm.f f"f'l..J..a vi , W I 3 ATHLETICS SOFTBALL Lady Eagles Soar lt was a season of ups and the team held in there for a advanced us to the Western downs, of trials and triumphs, but fantastic end of the season Massachusetts tournament for the through it all, it was a season of highlighted by its one-run victory first time in girls' softball history teamwork. Despite having an all- over Saint Joseph in the final at Mt. Everett. freshman infield and a slow start, regular season game. This - Laurie Kinna If --. 5' xv- , '4- . ib- 'E L 1'2- 9-tw a--. A . 4 ' .'- ' - ,. ' ' ' -'.m1'I'5: ' .. ry' g 1- --N..- A, -. .1 . 7,4 , - U V 'l I U, --,A-ph -.. - .- . -nz-.. ., l- '.- ., -- - ,J - 1- it-if-n sl 4 fn. .13 .f- Q'-I Berkshire Community College fff!f2lnf?gf6v?q! Full-time tuition is just S354 a Semester. Financial aid is available. 44 Pittsfield, MA -113-499-4660 TDD 413-499-3328 Great Barrington. MA 413-528-4521 OPPOSITE PAGE - Top: Varsity - Back row: Pat McBride - manager, Laurie Kinna, Mary Pot- tle, Betsey Joyce, Nancy Joch, Susan Carpenter, Kathy Krol - manager, Coach Milang front: Dana . Kohler, Stephanie Saunders, Jean Pottle - cap- tain, Alyson Bushey - captain, Andrea Novak, Michelle Risattig Laurie Kinna - catcher. Bottom pictures: Susan Carpenter - pitcher, Coach Milan, Stephanie Saunders, Dianne Bettis and Dana Kobler, Natasha Grotz. THIS PAGE - Top: Mrs. Kinna - manager, Stacey VanDeuseng Shana Stalker. Bottom Erin Coon, Junior Varsity - Back row: Beth Powers - manager, Donna Martin, Kim Moynihan, Shannon Higgins, Angie Blan- chard, Erin Coon, Meghan Bennett, Jennifer Smith, Coach Powersg front row: Amy Joch, Shana Stalker, Stacey VanDeusen, Brooke Loder, Sarah Macy. L , r 0 -, - 4" v . v .. rw af 5 , . , JVM, o D l :L 3 0: A-""--2- , -Q .,-T-f-ft J" A ."" 'r " Date A10 A14 A15 A20 A22 A29 A30 Ml M4 M6 M8 Ml 1 M18 M20 M22 M26 M28 Vanity Softball 198 Opponent Mt. Greylock Lenox Hoonac Monument Dntry McCann Stevens Wahconah Lee Taconlc St. Joe Plttsfleld Monument Stevens McCann Lee St. Joe Westem MA Toumament vs. Gateway 0-4 ' denotes win 7 JV 9-I7 27-4' 6-9 8-l0 B-9 20-5 10-9' ll-8' 13-12' 4-19 14-10' I0-14 9-13 8-17 Var 3-4 I9-0' 4-6 10-4' 3-5 I-8 I9-0 3-6 l-5 5-2' 15-5' l-0' 4-3' 17-1' 0-2 7-2' 5-3' f 9 s A .v- Q' I I 090. iii . i"5TF?i a:c sL, QA L A -4 v 4 I- -tk... - bf- h - - ...ad-.n.p31pe ' 1 - -- -of-gy 54 . ,s. - .i -.af-r a . - 'B-.. Q " , 'ith fa ".z1,,'1Lr1. 4 QI-fain ig, QE.-1 ' '- 'a v - - '1.'T 1-'- per 4- 21.0" Congratulations to the Class of '88 Good Luck in the Future BERKSHIRE COUNTY TRANSMISSION Route 7 Sheffield, MA 01257 Ron Saunders - proprietor 528-2819 46 BASEBALL Sizing p Success and disappointment seemed to be the feelings surrounding the 1987 boys' varsity baseball team. Many games against high ranked teams were lost by only one run. P.H.S., northern division champions, by a stroke of luck, pulled off a last inning win over the upset-bound Eagles. This game, along with others, seemed to size up the Eagles' season. Ian Law, most valuable player, Travis Ovitt, most improved, and Tim Coon, most hustle, were the award recipients for the 1987 year. - by Travis Ovitt 1 El I , u Lg gums gums Q 4 CRICKET Z. Q CHIFFOROBE xpgngxpft .N w f 290 Main Street RESTAURANT - 'ix Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Gt, Bal'l'lnQtOl'l, MA Fl, X Z Bft3a,5i8'1?:i6q Q. ,ff ,f if . Beautiful Clothes NR: 5 Uofd 30058. Fine S IS 25 TIS I wnl- ,-i,f i M- 8 . 20 K tgcgf 9, gggzlpgg -' wolf? 30 S 46 G'?:'."1"....,."'.'2".:.. q'e'5"lil a , 01230 ' Q35 J 1 '51 E. s I 14131528-1521 PO BOX CHAFITEZSGHEA? BARSPJGTCN LALQQADAJSETTS 01235 44131 5284432 PICTURES BELOW - Top: Varsity - Back row: Asst. Coach Hitchcock, Tim Coon, Jase Doane, David Novak, Eric Vining, Russell Hopkins, Travis Ovitt, David Smith, Coach Wilson, front row: Wayne Ovitt, Joseph Martin, Vic Cappadonna, Joe Krol, lan Law, Scott Proctor, Wayne Ovitt - catch- er, Vic Cappadonna, Tim Coon, lan Law, Bottom: Junior Varsity - Back row: Tracey Whitcomb - manager, William Thieriot, Jesse Andersen, Hans Smith, Steven Posey, Thomas Harvey, Coach Wells, front: Clayton Havens, Matt Emprimo, Dan- iel Lanoue, Jonathan Muskrat, Burr Duryea, Jer- emy McDermott, David Smith, Eric Vining, Travis Ovitt, Joe Krol. f Ez .int Q. f 9-54,-.r L... gi ,J-' ,C S 1, y ,U-avvgqa BARRINGTON SAVINGS. GREAT. Gt. Barrington, Sheffield, and West Stockbridge RF A Qlihnv 51 A - 1-rf, 143 7 1, 4' , ' :cena W 1 !' -1 'fs Zi: 1 V . - '..,. 0 2- riff 2- ..: on Q,A ,-- N 4 f. A . 14 .J , ' 4.- ' "J .Y ru? I -gh 1 Q . 1 .wx -5. , y. i , 0 i "' 3 ,1 Ania , 'i ' ' x ' ' i E6 1 i , T, I, Best Wishes, Class of '88, from the entire Grotz family STEFAN GROTZ ATTORNEY AT LAW 312 Main Street Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 C4131 528-4740 s Q5 -1 '-' 5 . . ,v M I ' 1 4 waz. ' " tr li ' , . I T, 'll N :lg 0 X? 2 4 i .- 1 ani Q I af' . W ',gy'v- ... w1:zE.4:"jfl ,ff','7 ' ' 'Q ' 5-Y,,,,v 2' vfx 'din ,ai--1 QQ11. 4, 'Y-. ' .1 ,, . . " ,. - - 'g,"'s- "-5'9":r lf!" 5 I 5' -if. .l,1.,..f H, 1 Nr? N . 5 AV' 2- -. - it 1 1 1 ..i.21e+ . - ' - of F- 'X + if 'X - - -, 1. .. -fs-1 w-1.- 11 .,..,, .M rQ:'Qg,f2JL,fs5.fW.i'q, Q 4 1- . ek ga : f 13: N A., 'I , llhlhg.. gtk' if xrdtdt 1 H' vt-'N IJ' 1 is VA- N- YF -" iff '. . 5V5'.:f7f S'f.E3't.n:"..'w'l xi 'Q " .1 5 fgfni' 31 1- .IL H5 8,4 1 , , f - 1 U 1 . 1- 1- . 'P - fv--gyg., 4- Q Aj.-on .., - - Q: bfaufikyx ,rl ,, - . . 1 In ,Q N- ,, d-.J Q 0 . -5 ,v . nu - .1 . - , . . ,, , - s .., - -- yz' "1"194"lQgf""Q?'1f3g:iixQ . Q. .Q2,",1 1 " - 1 ' . 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Dedication was the key to the team's success as they im- proved each week on their way to an exceptional season. - Kip Makuc and Dave Smith Cross-Country 1987 Date S16 S16 S23 S30 S30 07 07 014 021 021 021 028 ' denotes win Opponent Taconic Drury Hoosac St. Joseph Lenox Wahconah St. Joseph Hoosac Pittsfield Drury Mt. Greylock Lenox Score 39-19 28-28' 33-26 22-36' 31-24 42-19 25-33' 27-30' 42-18 26-29' 36-19 33-22 PICTURES BELOW - Top: Team Picture - back row: John Pizzichemi, Shaun French, Robert Campbell, Steve Wells, Heather Graber, Shelby Loder, Scott Proctor, Rubin Shmulsky, Coach Gi- loolyg front: Kurt Bartzsch, Mark Seavey, David Smith - captain, Kip Makuc, Erik Callahang Kurt Bartzschg Bottom pictures: Mark Seavey, David Smith, Kurt Bartzsch, Shelby Loder, Scott Proctorg OPPOSITE PAGE - Top row: David Smith and Mark Seavey, Bob Gray, middle row: Erik Callahan, David Smith, Wayne Ovitt, Mark Seaveyg bottom row: Heather Graber, Kip Makuc, Wayne Ovitt, Shelby Loder. ,e,.,' 5. 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Barrington, MA 413-5284410 wfk 51 l D GIRLS SOCCER Continuing The Tradition sports teams. Coach Sam Mills paced the team to second place honors in the Southern Division. The team was held together by a strong fullback line, a determined mid-field, an aggressive front line, and an awesome goalie - Laurie This year's girls' Varsity Soccer team not only ended with the best win loss record in Mt. Everett's his- tory, but they also qualified for the Western Massachusetts Tourna- ment, practically making tourna- ment play a tradition for girls' Kinna. With only three seniors graduating and strong junior varsity members to fill their positions, next year's team holds much promise. - Sue Carpenter ,waln- Q. Q w ' 1. , vg, ffl 4 ' v X lax, 'O an I -.-.. . . 'F' i KWIK PRINT 35 Bridge Street Great Barrington, MA 01230 413-523-2885 Mon-Fri 9:00-4:3Og Sat 9:00-12:00 an .'ff,.Q.it.?i"' ' N-4233321 wi Opposite page - Top: Varsity - Back row: Jeralee Stalker, Chris Brunnschweiler, Meghan Mc- Carthy, Nancy Joch, Dianne Bettis, Betsey Joyce, Mary Pottle, Rebekah Walsh - manager, Valerie Sullivan - manager, Coach Mills, middle row: Jo- ann Hankey, Natasha Grotz, Stephanie Saunders, Tori Sheldon, Michelle Risatti, Carol Brunnsch- weiler, Kimberly Moynihan, bottom row: Saskia Larraz - tri-captain, Laurie Kinna - tri-captain, Susan Carpenter - tri-captaing Laurie Kinna, Bot- tom: Junlor Varsity - back row: Michele Kirchner, Kathy Krol, Erin Coon, Donna Martin, Jennifer Brown, Bridget Magenis, Amy Joch, Olivia Williams, Coach Powers, middle row: Dawn Sadera, Beth Powers, Jamie Jones, Yvette Hitchcock, Tra- cey Whitcomb, Erin Murfitt, Gwendolyn Carr, Nic- cole Hankey, Mary McKenna, front row: Monica Brunnschweiler, Sarah Macy, Brooke Loder, Kim- berly Millette, Jessica Joseph, Melanie Duchardt, Carrie Ullrich, Amanda Rossi, Stacy Palfinig Jessica Joseph. This Page - clockwise - Natasha Grotz, Jo-ann Hankey, Susan Carpenter, Jo-ann Hankey, Stephanie Saunders, team huddle, Saskia Larraz, Susan Carpenter - "I know the answer!", Natasha Grotz, Dianne Bettis, After a goal, Kimber- ly Moynihan, Meghan McCarthy, Saskia Larraz, Bet- sey Joyce, middle picture: Strategy meeting. il Date Sl 5 S18 S22 S26 S29 02 05 07 010 014 016 020 024 027 030 N3 Glrlo Opponent Lee Lenox Wahconah Greylock Taconlc McCann St. Joseph Drury Hoonc Lee Lenox Pittsfield Monument Taconlc McCann St. Joseph West. MA Tourney vs. Holyoke Catholic ' denotes win " denotes tie f . ' , X l V. 5 F ,n E ,v., I s :wh ' . 5 r 'Q S A D K1 . . . ,. J 'V Q 'N Wx" . 'i 'M' 'L 9 . i I 54, - in L' x . s . r. 9 P 5 Ei. I 7 v - 0 1- X ff lx I ' 'E . ,g. H '-.- - LQ 'rf - ' ' 'f ,- 'A . 4 A l ' -5.1 35- E 5 'fl-:K 'Lrg , . 5 . . . .- " :- it .slr , . wi --. K '- . M I E A M -'sc Q. A 1 .. -. 1 ' ' A-,v.r .4 L.4"4v'-f ' . .fly . f.f F' 'vi N it -'rf'-it lMPOC0'S VIDEO! AUDIO JENIFER HOUSE Congratulations Class of 1988 KAHN S ANTIQUE ESTATE 54 State Rd. New England's Americana Marketplace LEONARD'S CLEANERS JEWELERS Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 GT. BARRINGTON, MA 34 Bridge St. 38 Railroad Street 528-9162 Rt. 7 Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Great Barrington MA 01230 Open 7 Days A Week 1 Mile North of Great Barrington 413-528-1500 BOYS' SOCCER Fighting Against The Odds -P This past season was filled with ups and downs for the boys' varsity soccer team. Many down-to-the- wire battles made each game excit- ing to watch. Not willing to be sti- , , . -bK. X Y' If MOUNTAIN HOUSE Ski Equipment 8: Service Rt. 23. So. Egremont. MA 413-528-0432 Catskill, NY 12414 518-943-9286 harder after each defeat. As the end of the season drew near, and the players realized they would not make tournament play, their hopes strong senior line-up and a more ex- perienced coach, next season l should be a successful one. - Chris Johnston z.. 1 ,. bldg. . f ,nn 4 I -.w I . 'at-c LEATHERWORKS, LTD. RAYNOR'S BEARINGS 8 Berkshires Complete Leathershop SUPPLIES, INC. 9 Railroad St. 47 Railroad Street Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Great Barrington, MA 01230 413-528-4884 fled by their losses, the team fought turned to next year's team. With a PICTURES BELOW -- TOP: Vatslty Boys' Soccer - back row: Robert Krol, Eric Whitcomb, Steven Saunders, Michael Stevens, David Frett-Howard, Dominique Rosoff, Ian Law, Kevin Gilligan, Jase Doane, Gino Pezze, Coach Krol, bottom row: Jennifer Ericson, Jeremy McDermott, Michael Kinna, Peter Cook Douglas Brown, Joseph Martin, Robert Macy, Angelique Blanchard, Betsy Marks, Jonathan Peck, David Frett-Howard, Douglas Brown, Michael Kinna, Robert Krol. BOTTOM: lan Law, Steven Saunders, Jonathan Peck, Gino Pezze, Jase Doane, Kevin Gilligan, Eric Whitcomb. Boys' Soccer 1987 Date Opponent JV S15 Lee - S18 Lenox 7- 1' S22 Wahconah 1- 0' S26 Mt. Greylock 0-12 S29 Hooslc 4- 4' 02 Desloto - 07 Dmry 1- 6 09 Taconlc 3- 2' Var 2- 3 1- 5 1- 2 1-ll 4- 2' 2- 4 0-7 0- 6 012 014 016 020 023 027 N3 St. Joseph Lee Lenox Plttsfleld Monument Hoosac St. Joseph ' denotes win " denotes tle 2- 2' 3- l' 1- 3 1-11 0- 6 1- 1' 1- 1" ' , W - r 1 w C IX Xu f ilr. 5 A I f 1 V I -QQ Il' 1939 Locations: 195 Main Street Main St. 'Q' 10' 1 63 State Rd. Lee, MA Lenox, MA Gt. Barrington, MA 243-0089 637-0061 , 528-0011 T' f",, iii 7,1 F511 P'VT . 'iiii' WW T00 E AG Offering: Home, Auto, Business, Life, Disability Pittsfield, MA 443-5000 GIRLS' BASKETBALL Together The Lady Eagles are continuing their winning record. As they race for a first place finish in the Southern division. they are guaranteed a tournament berth and possible Western Massachusetts title. They are bonded together by a sense of love and respect that thrives on and off the court. They have demonstrated the true meaning of the words "team work" and stand strong to their motto. HTOGETHERV' - Sue Carpenter Photo credats Amy. Fish PICTURES BELOW - top: Susan Carpenter: Coach Krol, Coach Hall, Dianne Bettis, Mary Pottle. Karen Bredenfoerderg Michelle Risattig Susan Spurr, Kathy Krol: 7th-8th team - back row: Coach Krol. Heather Graber, Donna Martin Kathy Krol. Susan Spurr, Erin Powlkes - managerg front: Tracey Whitcomb, Sarah Macy, Amy Jochg Donna Martin. Sarah Macy. Middle pictures: Betsey Joyce: Varsity team - back 7 I ,fi , is 'xi' ...xl HQ -be rosl?'. I1 q c N . '1 Cf 4, WU! - 52 'PC' , ..,.,,.if,,,3g.v . fi- 3- 4-0, 'sg-Awn!"3 q,g,..n.iu-on-la 4 56 1 4, MWF. 5 '85, 91 ,'LJ Best Wishes to the Class of 1988 from CARPENTEWS FOOD 8: PACKAGE Great Barrington, MA 01230 528-2486 '-1: g, I i l row: Dianne Bettis, Nancy Joch, Betsey Joyce, Mary Pottle, Karen Bredenfoerder, Michelle Risatti, Coach Hallg front: Susan Carpenter, Laurie Kinnag Dianne Bettis. Bottom pictures: Nancy Jochg Laurie Kinnag Mary Pottlep Karen Bredenfoerderg Susan Carpenterg Sarah Macy, , Amy Joch, Susan Spurrg Amy Joch, Kathy Krol, l Susan Spurrg Kathy Krol, Heather Graber, Sarah 1 Macy. Al Date D18 D23 D23 J4 J7 J11 J15 J18 Girls' Basketball 1987-88 Opponent Mohawk Mt. Greylock Gt. Barrington Hoosac Lenox Monument Lee Pittsfield JV 16-12 13-39 36-42 27-39 22-39 Var 44-19' J28 49-19' F1 - F4 50-53 F8 51-27' F9 27-52 F11 49-47' F15 43-59 St, Joe McCannn Wahconah Taconic Drury Salsibury Ct. Lenox Lee 'denotes win 47-32' 21-38 27-18' 44-20 18-34 37-43 63-30 65-18 39-54 73-62 66-47 52-35 66-51 .as YO fs S. 3,-cf 3 1 -0 35-..---U - -s-and Best Wishes to the Class of 1988 Good Health and Happiness for the Future A. FISH -nf' if L-f '7 J 1, if if BOYS' BASKETBALL New Beginning The 1987-88 boys' basketball program at Mt. Everett was in need of a complete re-haul. Coach Randy Koldys of the varsi- ty squad and Rick Ramsay of the junior varsity have got the program going in the right direction. The seniors on the team have been very influential to the overall develop- ment of the underclassmen. They have found ways to overcome their inexperi- ence and show much potential for future years. Photo credits Amy Fzsh PICTURES BELOW - Top: JV's - back row Burr Duryee, Matt Emprimo, Hans Smith. Brian Schoonmaker. Bill Thieriot. Scott Sheridan, Coach Ramsey: front row: Daniel Lowe. Michael Pollitt, Jeremy McDermott. Chris Thompson, Dan Alden. Jeffery Gulottag Eric Boardman. Dave Smith: Bob Krol: Varsity - back row: Coach Koldys. Robert Macy. lan Law. Jase Doane. Eric Boardman. Mike Posey, Bob Krol. Scott Proctor, Timothy Gile, Coach Ramsey: front row: Suzann Delgrande. Carol X Litho, 4 9 i ln' 1 ifith' F uti- F7 -Z9 g 5 "1 ,Z 4 THE OLD MILL Route 23 South Egremont, MA Brunnschweiler, Joe Martin, Dave Smith, Travis Ovitt, Stephen Fennell, Nancy Phillips, Jessica Wright, Middle Row: Travis Ovitt, Mike Posey, Scott Proctorg Dave Smith, Stephan Fennell, Jase Doane: Burr Duryeeg Mike Posey, Travis Ovittg Bottom Row: Bob Krol, Rob Macy, Dave Smithg Eric Boardman, lan Law: Dave Smith, Joe Martin, Coach Koldys, Dave Smith, Matt Emprimo, Brian Schoonmakerg Jeremy McDermott, Eric Boardman. Date D19 D23 D29 J5 J8 J15 Boys' Basketball 1987-88 JV 51-63 47-61 38-57 47-69 53-51 55-48' Var 51-52 31-43 27-69 35-88 52-50 34-54 Lenox Mt. Greylock McCann Monument Hoosac McCann Lee 'denotes win 48-61 70-58 40-56 59-71 54-57 70-29' 71-61 27-69 31-69 45-47 31-55 45-85 45-47 70-44 - L-va-I Y lc:-N23 TACONIC BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.. INC. Mason, paint, plumbing, electrical building supplies 60 Railroad St., Gt. Barrington, MA 528-0600 CHEERLEADING Raising The Spirit The Mt Exerett cheerleaders keep the contrlbutmg and rowdle fans that help 1n splrlt allve for the fans and the school ralslng cheers The cheerleaders supportmg They haue a larger squad new ldeas and a both home and away games have helped great coach Theg, have had asslstance from to nnstlll a new sense of pride among the the Eagle mascot as well as the wlnter athletnc teams Qi- i' 'S-'Q 2 .-L YL' MONTEREY MASONRY HAPPY FUTURE WONDERFUL THINGS CATHERINE s CHOCOLATE NC from 232 Stockbrndge Rd SH0p Monterey Massachusetts YOUR NEIGHBORS AT Great Barrington MA 01230 RD4-2 Box 32 l413l 528 4136 OPEN HOUSE l413l 528 2473 Great Bamngton MA PICTURES BELOW - top ww: Lizabeth shuts, Srooke Loder, Betsy Marks, Connie Bianchi, Tiffany Stephens, Darlene Barrier, Jo-ann Hankey, Kimberly Millette, Jessica Joseph, Kimberly Moynihan, Kimberly Millette, Brooke Loder, Connie Bianchi, -izabeth Shuts, Jessica Joseph, Darlene Barrier, Jo- ann Hankey, Brooke Loder, Jessica Joseph, Kimberly Milletteg Jennifer Brown, the EAGLE. Middle pictures: Connie Bianchi, Betsy Marks, team picture - top: Darlene Barrier, Jessica l L.. T .arf Joseph, Brooke Loder, Kimberly Millette, Lizabeth Shuts, bottom: Kimberly Moynihan, Connie Bianchi, Jo-ann Hankey, Betsy Marks, Tiffany Stephens, Jo- ann Hankey, Darlene Barrier, Jo-ann Hankeyg Kimberly Moynihan, Lizabeth Shuts, Brooke Loder, Betsy Marks, Tiffany Stephens, Darlene Barrier. Bottom pictures: Darlene Barrier, team, Kimberly Moynihan, Jennifer Brown. Connie Bianchi, Jessica Joseph, Lizabeth Shuts, team, Jessica Joseph. ,.f""e W MARJON HAIR DESIGN Great Barrington Plaza JW' Congratulations Class of 1988 WRESTLING Dedication Under the guidance of eight-year coach Al Proietti and assistant coaches Paul Menin and Mark Devoti, the wrestling team has met many individual and team goals. Through hard work, sweat, and 4 ,,..-.' ' dedication to their sport, the team has been victorious in both Western Mass. and the statewide events. Many indivi- duals hope to win medals in both the Western Mass. and State championships. Photo credits Amy Fish PICTURES BELOW - Top: Mark Seaveyg Zeb Kenyeng John Blanchard, Steven Saunders, Jamison Galarneau, Ben Galarneau, Jonah Gillooly, Mark Seavey, Edward Harvey, bench. Middle row: Dean Lanoueg team picture - back row: Coach Menin, Coach Proiette, Dan Lanoue, Dean Lanoue, Edward Harvey, Mark Seavey, Matt Oquist, Steven Saunders, Angie Blanchard - manager. Middle row: Jonah Gillooly, Todd Clay, James Staunton, Peter 61:3 if J Best wishes to the graduating Class of '88 from SEEKONK SOLAR P. O. Box 575 Great Barrington, MA 01230 14131 528-3960 4. 0 1 ,mm ' AX!! Bi if mill aiu 00" guilt' 'U' adlll' Briggs, Jamison Galarneau, Front row: Zeb Kenyen, Ben Galarneau, John Blanchard, Brian Clay, Sean Johnsong Coach Proietteg Dean Lanoue, Jonah Gillooly, James Stauntong John Blanchardg Mark Seavey. Bottom row: John Blanchardg Wayne Ovittg Dan Lanoueg Dean Lanoueg Steven Saundersg Dean Lanoue, David Lanoue, Steven Saunders, Dan Lanoue, Coach Menin, Sean Johnson, Matt Oquist, Brian Clay. Date D16 D19 D23 D30 J2 J2 J6 J13 J16 ' - ,wwf-v,f L.: s Wrestling 1987-88 Opponent V-if Taconic 53'15' Berk Hills Tourn 2nd Place Mt. Greylock 3639 St. Joe 65- 2' Keefe Tech 4829. Milford 30-46 Monument 1842 Design-, Forfeit' Westford Academy 24-42 -K , x Masconomet Nashoba Pittsfield Drury Taconic Mt. Greylock St. Joe Monument DeSisto Pittsfield 36-34' 63- 3' 45-25' 53-15' 59- 6' 44-30' 75- 0 15-48 60- 3 40-18' ts-I in SlLK'S VARIETY SI-l0PPER'S GUIDE INC. Main Street 35 Bridge Street Sheffield, MA 01230 Great Barrington, MA 01230 528-0095 CH PT1-an 1 uid gf QQ Q ' 4-1 1' STAFF ADMINISTRATION Merger Study Groups Say No Thomas Conaolati Superintendent A considerable amount of time was spent this year concerning the merger between Southern Berkshire and Berkshire Hills. After many tedious hours of hard work, a decision was reached that the two school districts would not merge. Michael Kinne Business Manager Robert Nllson Director of Buildings and Grounds Dr. Paul Shafiroff Director of Pupil Services 1 J. Wayne Ellne Principal ' 512 Shirley Gllfedler Assistant Principal I .C I 3, ' , . 1 J ,J- Renald Graber Motivational Counselor SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEMBERS Alford Mrs. Cheryl Ralfstanger New Marlborough Egremont Mrs. Ellen Campbell Mrs. Janet Naylor Sheffield Monterey Mr. Cory Loder Mrs. Barbara Marchlone Mrs. June Stalker Mr. Robert Law Mrs. Priscilla Rueger Mrs. Margaret Kenyon Mr. Robert Van Dueseu 65 PERSONNEL Need something done? co- pied? typed? called? ban- daged? cooked? cleaned? The personnel are the people who are always giving a little extra to their jobs and to us while asking nothing in re turn. The behind the scenes people are here helping in ev- ery way. They let us use the phone. hand out aspirin, put up with us at the snack bar. and give construction paper whenever we ask. Without the personnel. Mt. Everett could not function. FACULTY The faculty at Mt. Everett are people who go above and beyond their usual jobs. They help with Mrs. Boteze's Kitchen Personnel FACULTY - 1987-1988 Leo D. Alvares, BSEd, 56 AIRS everything from the last minute washing of uniforms Donald R. Blanchard- BS? SPED, 5.8 resource on game days to advising different groups to lengthy Marcia E. Brolli, BA, English, Adv LitMaglfNHS after school sessions. The faculty are a group of Jody Bllfkle, BA, SPED tut0rfOMEGA teacher 5-6 Ursula Bnshey: SpclNdsInstrAide ' people that help keep things running smoothly. The g,.Am,e Cgllgghan, BA: OMEGA faculty are our friends, counselors, mentors. They Gill G- fume, B52 601 graded Malh!5Cie'1C2CUrfl-df . - Sllldll Cllllle al 6 guide us through our school and personal life. They Hsu L Dam, BADMEQ Engneptchmm, Adv yrbkfgrad have our respect and admiration. These people are Mary K. Edwards. BS,MS, LA 8 and English 9 dedicated to us, the students. J' WW" EBM' B5'M5? Pnnapal 512 and mance Mr. Krol Guidance Mr. Pottle Guidance William A. Glllooly, BA, 7-8 SocS, Coach X-Cntry, 5-6 bsktbl Patricia Glragosian, AB, MA, EdM, Social Studies Paulette Graber: Instruction Susan D. Gventer, BA, MS, SPED Resource Dora J. 11880, BS, 5th grade Erlc Hammer, AB, Music, Director band Julie Markham Hammm, BS, MathfScience, SophAdv, BldDrve James C. Herlihy, BA, MA. CAGS, SoSDeptChrmn, Adv StuCncl Patricia A. Jaonen, BA: 7-8 LangArts, UntLdr 7-8 Wayne A. Joseph, BS, SpeechfLanguage Therapy Joseph L. Kelley, BA, MEd, SciDeptChrmn, Adv SBREA mag drive Susan Kelly, BA, Theatre Arts 5-8 Anne M. Kennedy, BA, 5th grade Martha Ann Kerber, BA: Art education, Adv Grad Randall Lee Koldys, BS, 7-8 Science, BBsktbl Coach, Adv 7-8 StCncl Edward H. Kollmer. BS, MA, MathfGerman, Adv GamingClbfQuizTm Robert Kranshaar, BSEd, MEd, lndustrial Arts, FAC Chrrnn, Adv Acadbecath Robert Krol, BA, MEd, GuidanceDeptLdr, Coach VarSoccer, JV G-Bsktbl Richard A. Kuzla, BS,MA, 6th grade Allen Lampman, BS, Music 1.6, director elementary band T Nancy Lon Larose, BS, MS, HomeEc, Adv PeersRchngOut t Nancy N. Loder, BA, Music, TchfLdrMusic, ChorusDir Donald J. Lucy, BBA, Math, SnrClsAdv . Paul A. llenln, BA, 7-8 SocStudies, Drvr'sEd, Wrstlng, WtTmg Kelly Milan, BS, 5-8 PhyEdfGuid, Coach VSftblI, cheerldng George Anthony Milukas, BA, 7-8 Math, Adv GamingClbfQuizTm Paul Wllllam 0'Brlen, BS, Science, hlthfPE coordinator, Adv SADD Catherine O'Connor, BS, Math, Adv SenCls John C. Peron, BA, ForLangDeptChrmn Emilie S. Piper, BA, MA, MLS, Librarian, FAC David Pottle, BA, MEd, Guidance, Coor EveSchool, FacMngrAth Marsha Lee Pottle, BS, BA, Science fMath, SophAdv, RepTwnMtg Alfred R. Prolette, BS,MS, PhysEd, Coach Wrstlng Debra Ramsay, AAS, BS, SPEDlDevClass Alice Mary Ramsey, BA, SciencefMathfComputers Jan Ryan: SPEDfDevClass Q I C. Wayne Seavey, BS, PhysEdLdr, AthlDir Brenda Shelnhartz: SPEDlDevClass Peggy Small, BA, MA, Art. SBRSD Art superviser Steven A. Small, BA, MA, 6th grade teacher, LAfSoS CurrLdr Diane Storti, Aide Janice L. Storti, BS, MA, English, Adv JunClslEagle's Voice Kathleen Van0rman, BS, BusfComputerDeptChrmn, Adv SenCls, ACT T MaryAllce Welch, BA,MEd, ForLang, SAT l 3 cv' I Xs...Y Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Arzt Boardman Bodnar Farnum Klnna Palflnl Ullrlch S. Ullrlch Wilcox Mr. Alvares Mr. Blanchard Mrs. Brolll Mrs. Bushey Mrs. Christman Mr. Davis Mrs. Edwards Mr. Glllooly Mrs. Graber Mrs. Gventer Mrs. Jaouen Mr. Kelley Mrs. Kelly Mrs. Kerber Mr. Koldys Mr. Kraushaar Mr. Kuzla Mr. Lucy Mr. Menin Mrs. Milan Mr. Milukas Mr. 0'Brien Miss 0'Connor Mr. Peron Mrs. Pottle Mrs. Ramsay Miss Ramsey Mrs. Ryan Mrs. Shelnhartz Mrs. J. 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' , "V Wg' A ,X U ii . . , 1, ' fihriq 1 :Y . , 5, A-2",iq' , Q I 9- fx ' v 1 'J X ' QE ., , , , v S 5 I vb' ' .Irs as vi Q , ,N .1 Q, I, I Q? 'L 534' 5 1 y , .g 4 1 1 'Su ' , J . , ' : Q L xx ' . I A z h A ' , tb 4 ,f 4 . f K .lf lx J' K an lfpz 's - . z ' . fx k fi, - Q ' ADS! I - 1 NP . . a in 0 . .X , x LA as PM Lx- , an X I .QA J 1 . "l D. I I . . u. ,H - A hs A . X ' 'I ' I it L n' Q'-' EIGHT!-I GRADERS Spinning Wheels The eighth graders are the high spirited class of the junior high. They are a group of unique indivi- duals with varied and interesting opinions willing to stand up for what they want. Just spend some time with them, however, and they start to grow on you. All their wheels are turning. - Laurie Kinna Robert Alexander Jill Amstead Monica Brunnschweiler Khris Burdick Cab! John Cruikshank Wayne Curtiss lab! Billie-Jo Davis Angel Davis Suzanne Delgrande Melanie Duchardt Abram Duryee Kenneth Dus David Emprimo Daniel Faucher Sherry Fefee Erin Fowlkes Kimberly Gillette Richard Goewey Heather Graber Nicholas Habicht Niccole Hankey William Hankey Iabl Clayton Havens as F T x V. . R-. .R 7 I . 3 Jeffrey Hebert Francis Higgins Jonathan Hohman Jessica Holmes Amy Joch Sean Johnson Jamie Jones Jessica Joseph Quentin Kelley Zeb Kenyon Laura Kern James Kimpel Kathleen Krol Melissa Larkin Tammy Larose Julie Lord Jessica MacVeety Sarah Macy Bridget Magenis Romona Mallory Donna Martin Jefferson Mayfield Mary McKenna George Mock John O'Brien Jason Peck Mark Phillips Kenneth Pratt Ronda Rhoades Dean Robbins Shawn Saunders Reuel Sheldon Jason Snyder Francis Soncini Susan Spurr Tiffany Stephens Larry Stevens Sean Storti Anthony Tanner Donna Trudeau Charles Turner Michael Twing Wenonah Webster Stephen Wells Tracey Whitcomb Olivia Williams Tricia Williamson Joseph Wood Jessica Wright Q 0 9 S+ SEVENTH GRADERS Rookies Of The Junior High Pleasantness, cooperation, and helpfulness, that's what these sev- enth graders are made of. Small in numbers, big in spirit, they are a class who have picked up the Mt. Everett pride. Their positive energy fills the halls making them a prom- ising class for future years. I Qgzg-v '? Michael Agar Carl Bierce Lansing Broderick fabl Constance Brooks Chris Burkhart Chris Callahan Todd Clay Naomi Dumont Amy Duryea Alexcia Fales Alecia Faucher William Goewey Jessica Grover Jeffrey Gulotta Heather Gunther Asa Hardcastle Kimberly Harvey Heather Hecker Jennifer Hopkins Malika Kent Kip Loder Daniel Lowe Marta Makuc Tyler Moore Matthew Muskrat Michelle Nourse Michael Ohman Stacy Palfini Jennifer Peck Joshua Person Eric Peterson Bethany Powers Todd Race Amanda Rossi Dawn Sadera Alexander Simpson Jeffrey Snyder Jennifer Stevens Colin Storti Katherine Stringham Nathaniel Sullivan William Thomas Carrie Ullrich Mac VanDeusen Bonnie Wells James Wilkins Todd Wilkinson Michael Winn Kendall Wright 7 SIXTH GRADERS Enthusiasm The sixth grade class has been described as "nice" and "cooI." They have it made. They do not have many worries and can spend much of their time explor- ing the world around them. ln the classroom, they are anxious to learn and willing to cooperate with one an- other. Their enthusiasm will lead them to much success. - Laurie Kinna Melinda Agar Jon Alden Andrew Bachetti Jeremy Bair Matthew Bennett Louis Bongilatti Jason Brandt labl Alisha Bruno Matthew Chrzanowski Kimberly Clapp Jack Cruikshank Amy Davidson Larry Davis Brian Deland lab! Edward Delmolino Emily Doyle Jordan Dropkin Louis Fabiani lab! Chris Farnum Joshua Fletcher Judd Gershen Amy Gillette Robin Grady James Graham Todd Gulotta Elias Haddad lab! X CJ ' A K Ji3i1 3 PERTy or fl pp wan, sc- Q-L W ti' " ll 'v ',t. . I Q E Y ' f 9 3 ,- C3 Jennifer Harvey Jared Havens Clarence Haywood Walter Hewins Geoffrey Hill Andrew Johnston labl Donald Jones Beth Kern Chris Ketchen Jennifer Landry Rebecca Larose Emily Law Avril Lemieux Jennifer Lowe Meghan Magenis Norman Merrill Robert Millot Barry Moore Rebecca Ocain Megan Pezzee Sylvia Przystanska Karen Quigley Jill Robbins Rachel Rodgers Jana Roe fabl Benjamin Rood Erin Sadlowski Meghan Sadlowski Vincent Sarno Lamont Schiller Michael Shea David Shepard Jessica Simo Kimberly Simpson Gabe Small Jason Smith Bruce Snow fabl Michael Soncini Michelle Stevens fabl Lynn Stevens Solomon Stewart Jennifer Stringham Carrie Swain Patricia Thorpe Carey Tobin Bethany Trudeau Julie Turner Benjamin Vining Patricia Wright 77 FIFTH GRADERS In The Beginning Ezra Andersen John Bailey Michael Bailey Stephen Ball Christine Barbieri Hugo Billard Jill Bradley Andrew Brazie Douglas Bush Mason Bushey Corinne Chadwick Wendi Cook Jason Cooke Nathan Coon George Coons Eric Cooper Jennifer Davis Julie Deane Robert Desaulniers Katherine Doane Jessica Dukas Nichole Dupont Samuel Dvorchik Jenee Eichstedt Jason Farrenkopf labl Lucas Fletcher Randall Flynn Corey Fowlkes Kyle Fowlkes Maronda Garzone Ann Gile Brian Gilligan Tucker Gillooly Martin Gingras Shawn Goewey Kabl Mary Going Rebecca Guartha New faces and new friendsg it's a time of changes. They fill the air with their energy and make every- one smile at their adorable faces. Though everything around them is new, they seem to fit right in. They hold in their possession the key to Mt. Everett's future. - Laurie Kinna s 's 3 - l' ' ,X 4 Q' y K - 5 ' l 9 g . . if 6. 4 or ,M in , gt' , 1 46 L, 4-L' 4 6 1 3,32 g I W? if 1 adj' M' ,gy 5 'rbi Evan Hardcastle Louis Haywood labi Daniel Hill Bradley Hunt Nickerson Joseph Katharine Kelley Cord Kenyon Japheth Ketcham Lisa Kirchner Kimberly Krzynowek Jordan Loder Maxwell Macveety Paul Makuc Michael Mallory Ryan Marchione Sarah Mather Charles Mayfield labl Meredith Mazur Brendon Mcdermott Seth Moore James Moynihan Matthew Naylor Carrie Negrini Melanie Norton Erin Piretti Jonathan Pratt Amy Pulver Christopher Race Robyn Ranzoni Lydia Russell John Sarno Cheryl Scott Aaron Shepard Lucas Smith Patrick Smith Rebecca Stevens Elizabeth Stevens Christian Stewart Dominic Stucker Kelly Sullivan David Vanen April Vanhorn Danielle Villetto Elisabeth Wells John Wells Jennifer Wheeler Cortney White Kevin Wilkinson Trevor Williamson fm it A if 1 f: Q ' humans' 4? 'CW "" 'Agfa '41-QZ1' Y ' X V iv- . 1 fy,--' Qi' K? 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Barrington, MA 01230 if ,ilk 5 E I r-,ui AWARDS AND CREDITS Chris Johnston NHS President Boys' State SAR Good Citizenship Award National Merit Scholar Finalist Band Vice-President ' i ...L Kip Makuc Boys' State Yearbook Photography Editor Responsible Parties ' 1 v Saskla Larraz Yearbook Executive Editor 1 Laurie Klnna Valedictorian Class Secretary NHS Vice-President Bausch and Lomb Award Girls' State Superintendent's Award for Academic Excellence Yearbook Business Manager Bates Book Club Award L Travis Ovltt Boys' State Class Treasurer 4 ' 7 1 Sue Carpenter E Yearbook Editor-in'Chief Q Class President I Student Council President Student Advisory Council So. Berkshire Sportsmanship Award DAR Good Citizenship Award ' Berkshire County Female Athlete of the Year Principal's Leadership Award Stefe Fennel' Responsible Parties Boys State CONGRATULATIONS!! DOS AMIGOS MEXICAN Congratulations Class of '88 SOUTHFIELD OUTLET AND CRAFT Class of '88 RESTAURANT SHEFFIELD MARKET CENTER P. T. 250 Stockbridge Rd. Main Street At the Buggy Whip Factory Great Barrington. MA 01230 Sheffield, MA 01257 Main Street P,O, Box 33 413-528-0084 229-8939 Southfield, MA 01259 82 Ste ve Saunders Boys' State ,.L Tasha Murfltt Yearbook Executive Editor Valerie Sullivan NHS Communications Secretary ad .5 Gino Pezze Boys' State Student Council Vice-President Class Vice-President Student Advisory Council Representative to the School Committee Dave Smith Boys' State Student Advisory Council NHS Treasurer Congratulations Class of -'88 from GILLIGAN BROTHERS Contractors and Builders Sheffield, MA 01257 l413l 229-8756 l Y 5 A l 5 .4-L. Eric Vining Band President Student Council Treasurer Student Advisory Council Boys' State r ' Q i Janet Thlerlot Salutatorian Yearbook Executive Editor Newspaper Editor-in-Chief Wellesley Book Award NHS Recording Secretary Alter Eagle Editor Responsible Parties CALENDARS l 1 FEBRUARY 1987 28 - Girls' basketball team faces Frontier in West. Mass. Tournament APRIL 1987 O6 - Sax Mt Everett students participate in State Wide Mock Trial O6 - Mt. Everett health fair MAY 1987 10 - Class of 1989 wins Spirit Works 28 - Prom at the Berkshire Hilton JUNE 1987 O3 - Girls' softball team plays Gateway in West. Mass. tournament X O6 - Class of 1987 graduated fr-Q O6 - Junzors take Student Achievement Tests 13 - Boys State 14 - Girl's State 30 - Mr. Chamberland retires JULY 1987 O6 - 200th aniversary of The Constitution AUGUST 1987 31 - Sports physicals SEPTEMBER 1987 gg O2 - Mr. Eline and Miss. Gilfeather start new year O2 - School opened 23 - David Smith wins cross-country race OCTOBER 1987 O3 - Band goes to UMASS O4 - October blizzard 14 - Quiz team makes fourth appearance on Answers Please 19 - Stock Market crashes 28 - Shakespeare and Company comes to Mt. Everett NOVEMBER 1987 O9 - Girls' soccer team plays Holyoke Catholic in West. MA tournament f 14 - Band plays for United Way at Holy Cross College ' 14 - Cross-Country goes to Western Ma. fl 19 - Merger talks end N 23 - National Honor Society inducts 17 new members DECEMBER 1987 07 - Blood drive 21 - Chorus Musical performs A Cause for Mrs. Clause 23 - Alumni Tea WIN I JANUARY 1988 ' 15 - Senior class wins Lip Sync with The Streak 20 - President Reagan delivers State of the Union Address 22 - End of first semester 31 - Redskins defeat the Broncos for Superbowl title FEBRUARY 1988 --f O5 - Trophy case dedicated in memory of Cindy Boardman. Lynn MacDonald, Mimi-Ann MacDonald. and Wendy Smith O8 - Sue Carpenter breaks school scoring record for one game netting 38 points O9 - Natasha Grotz makes Eastern Junior Olympic ski team 11 - Sue Carpenter breaks 1000-point mark. 12 - WINTER VACATION BEGINS? Snow day - no school. Yearbook deadline postponed until Feb. 17, vis 'Q 17 - Final deadline for 1988 yearbook. Josten consultant. Don Lendry. picks up final materials. sf- I' ,aff ai l n tg., UQ, Qot,t'pen+et-' - ,pcejtdetvb 5 Gmc Pezze. - xfti-.e, Pre5Ide.M' -ITU lol 3-4 liV1QfXOfii?NQ - Tlxrecuiovers Ei A lJ5Og fflentm - Seccetccrcf M1 Shuts - Sect-evofv X -- 1 . Fx ' c Q I -v XT V- 134 Xu, N, X '15 1 X ef AVR . ,I 1 ,I S",,,, 4' ,I xx f- A ICKQBCZ f Q ff P5 531.1 'U 31 'IVn'H 1 mil 1' .c ,, 5"'-Ir ga., . .1 in .- -E 4 . A 1 xx -, . I, x Q n if . , W 1 I my gag: 'f riff, L mv. X-Xedihfg ' Adviiof' - Xfosle-'ie SulM'sfo.rx Cxk EWOX ITOSQPYN f ?cXxf'Q,SL 5hmoXjKX-1 - jyfodo-Shox C7-g-Q-UZN 0 gram '5C,hoonmO,X-wi' - jesse. Andy-pen - TQXCC, '?CLOY-V - 71-0,05-ygfk ri n:,' 1 5, 6: K TOJ S QONJGRATUUN OO vw 'Qu-OO ,O Q fl 85 INDEX Key A - Admlnlstratlon F - Faculty P - Personnel G - Graduate 12 4 Senlor A Administration 65 12 Agar, Clifden 8 6 Agar, Melinda 76 7 Agar, Michael 71 P Agar, Mrs 66 9 Alden. Daniel 27-37-58 6 Alden, Jon 76 11 Alexander, Raymond 19-34 8 Alexander. Robert 72-80 F Alvares, Mr Leo 67-68 12 Amstead, Bruce 8 8 Amstead, Jill 72 11 Amstead, Scott 19 10 Amstead. Tammy 5 Andersen, Ezra 78 9 Andersen, Jesse 16-27-34-46 G Aragi, Laurie 41 11 Aragi. Louis 16-19 P Arrz, Mrs Grace 66 6 Bachetti, Andrew 76 5 Bailey, John 78 5 Bailey. Michael 78 6 Bair, Jeremy 76 10 Ball, Rodney 30 5 Ball. Stephen 78 5 Barbieri, Christine 78 9 Barrett, Halvdan 27-35-42 11 Barrier, Darlene 19-30-33-35-60 61 G Barrier, Michele 40 12 Bartzsch, Kurt 4-8-42 11 Bartzsch, Scott 2-19 12 Bassett. Gerald 8 G Beattie. Terri 38-39 10 Beckwith. Lucas 22-23 G Bennett, Matthew 76 T Bennett, Meghan 45 10 Bettis. Dianne 23-31-34-44-52-53 56 10 Bianchi, Connie 60-61 7 Bierce, Carl 36-71 11 Biernacki, Brian 19 P Biernacki, Mrs, 66 5 Billard, Hugo 70-78 11 Blanchard, Angelique 18-19-33-35 45-55 12 Blanchard, John 8-31-34-35-37-41 42 F Blanchard, Mr Donald 35-67 12 Boardman, Eric 8-30-42-58-59-85 P Boardman, Mrs Carolann 66 P Bodnar, Mrs Estella 64-67 G Bongilatti, Louis 76 P Boteze, Mrs Pat 66 11 Bradley, Jennifer 19 5 Bradley, Jill 78 6 Brandt. Jason 11 Braskie, Robin 19-33-36 5 Brazie. Andrew 78 11 Bredenfoerder, Karen 56 10 Briggs, Peter 3-22-23-37 7 Broderick, Lansing F Brolli. Mrs Marcia 64-67 7 Brooks, Constance 12 Brown, Douglas 6-8-17-43-48-54 EVERGREEN 34 Railroad Street Great Barrington, MA 01230 86 il K 55 10 Brown, Jennifer 3-22-23-34-37-52 60-61 11 Brunnschweiler, Carol 19-52-59 8 Brunnschweiler. Monica 52-72-81 11 Brunnschueiler, Chris 19-31-3335- 41-52 G Bruno, Alisha 76 10 Bruno, Michael 8 Burdick, Khris 7 Burkhart, Chris 36-37-71 F Burkle, Mrs Jody 12 Busch, Lloyd 4-8-30-41-87 5 Bush, Douglas 78 11 Bush. Shannon 18-19 9 Bushey, Allyson 39-41-44 9 Bushey, Darlene 27-35-37 10 Bushey, Leonard 23-36 5 Bushey, Mason 78 F Bushey. Mrs, Ursula 67 11 Bynack, Nancy 9 10 Bynack, Paul 22-23 F Callaghan, Mrs, Joann 7 Callahan, Chris 37-71 11 Callahan, Erik 19-33-37-49 10 Campbell. Robert 23 9 Candelari, John 16-27-30 G Cappadona, Vic 41-48-47 12 Carpenter. Susan 4-9-16-32-33-34 35-37-42-43-44-52-53-56-82 9 Carr, Gwendolyn 27-35-37-43-52 11 Cartinelli, Adam 19 10 Cash, Robert 10 Cecchinato, Coleen 16-23-35-87 F Cerruto, Mrs Gail 5 Chadwick, Corinne 78 R Chamberland, Mr Raymond 41 12 Chase, Frederick 9-42-85 11 Chmiel, Donna P Christman, Mrs Jean 67-68 10 Chrzanowski, Jill 23 6 Chrzanowski, Matthew 76 6 Clapp, Kimberly 76 9 Clapp. Richard 27-36 12 Clarke, Elizabeth 6-9-33 10 Clavette, Corinna 23 12 Clay, Brian 3-6-9-17-42-62-63 7 Clay, Todd 37-62 A Consolati. Mr Thomas 65 10 Cook, Peter 23-33-34-48-54 5 Cook, Wendi 78 5 Cooke, Jason 78 9 Coon, Erin 26-27-35-37-45-52 5 Coon, Nathan 78 G Coon, Tim 46-67 5 Coons. George 78 5 Cooper. Eric 78-87 9 Copeland, Robert 27 6 Cruikshank, Jack 76 8 Cruikshank, John 72 8 Curtiss, Wayne 86 6 Davidson, Amy 76 8 Davis, Angel 72 8 Davis. Billie-Jo 72 5 Davis. Jennifer 78 11 Davis, Katherine 19 6 Davis, Larry 76 11 Davis. Michael 19 F Davis, Mr Edgar 33-67 5 Deane, Julie 78 9 Deane, Walter 42-86 11 Decker, James 19 10 Decker, Regina 23 12 Dehart, Paul 6 Deland, Brian 8 Delgrande, Suzanne 59-72 Best Wishes to Class of '88 from OUT OF HAND 81 Main Street Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 Basketry, Women's clothing 9 Dellea, Arthur 27 6 Delmolino, Edward 76 12 Demont, Jeanna 6-9-40 5 Desaulniers, Robert 78 12 Dionne Paul 9 11 Doane, Jase 13-19-33-35-37-42 43-46-48-54-55-58-59 5 Doane, Katherine 78 9 Doane, Madeline 2-27 11 Doyle Anne 19-35 6 Doyle, Emily 76 G Doyle, Heather 39 6 Dropkin, Jordan 76 8 Duchardt. Melanie 52-72 5 Dukas. Jessica 78 7 Dumont, Naomi 10 Dumont, Rose 23 9 Dunsay. Emily 9 Dupont, Joshua 27 5 Dupont, Nichole 78-86 7 Duryea, Amy 11 Duryea, Tasha 19-35 8 Duryee, Abram 46-48-71-72 8 Dus. Kenneth 71-72 5 Dvorchik, Samuel 78 F Edwards, Mrs. Mary 67 5 Eichstedt, Jenee 78 A Eline, Mr, Wayne 65 9 Eller, Michael 8 Emprimo, David 46-58-59-81-85 11 Ericson. Jennifer 18-19-54 6 Fabiani, Louis 76 F Faculty 66 7 Fales, Alexcia 6 Farnum, Chris 76 P Farnum, Mrs. 5 Farrenkopf, Jason 7 Faucher. Alecia 8 Faucher, Daniel 71-72 8 Fefee, Sherry 72 9 Fellows, Stacy 16-27 12 Fennell, Stephen 9-40-42 9 Field, Terri 28-37 9 Finger. Barry 12 Fleming, Lee-Ann 6-10-42 6 Fletcher, Joshua 76 5 Fletcher. Lucas 78 5 Flynn, Randall 78 9 Flynn, Thomas 28 5 Fowlkes, Corey 78 8 Foulkes, Erin 57-72 5 Fowlkes. Kyle 78 9 Freedman. Sarah 28 9 French, Shaun 28-36 9 Freshmen 26 12 Frett-Howard David 6-10-33-36 41-42-54-55 11 Funk, Steven 12 Galarneau, Ben 5-10-17-62-63-84 10 Galarneau, Jamison 17-23-62-63 5 Garzone, Maronda 78 6 Gershen, Judd 76 11 Gibbs, Brian 19 10 Gibbs, Robert 23 5 Gile, Ann 78 11 Gile, Timothy 20-36-59 A Gilfeather, Ms Shirley 65-69 6 Gillette, Amy 76 12 Gillette. Carol 6-10 8 Gillette, Kimberly 72 5 Gilligan. Brian 78 11 Gilligan, Kevin 3-18-20-33-48-54 55 10 Gillooly, Jonah 17-23-62-63 F Gillooly, Mr William 67 5 Gingras, Martin 78 G Giragosian, Miss Patricia 9 Glaszcz, Michelle 17-28 P Gleason, Mrs Grace 66-69 11 Goewey, Benjamin 20 10 Goewey, Casey 24 8 Goewey, Richard 71-72 5 Goewey, Shawn 7 Goewey, William 37-71 5 Going, Mary 78-85-87 10 Goudey, Alicia 24-35 8 Graber, Heather 49-57-72 A Graber, Mr. Rennald 65 F Graber, Mrs. 67 ' 5 Grade 5 78 6 Grade 6 76 7 Grade 7 74 8 Grade 8 72 6 Grady, Robin 76 6 Graham, James 76 12 Green Mark 10-87 11 Green. Susanne 20-44 G Grotz. Michelle 38-39-40 10 Grotz, Natasha 24-33-3435-37-49 52-53 7 Grover, Jessica 70 10 Guarnieri, Sherri 17-24-31 5 Guartha, Rebecca 70-78-86 11 Guidi, Mark 34-87 10 Guidi, Nicole 22-24-34 7 Gulotta, Jeffrey 58 6 Gulotta, Todd 76 7 Gunther. Heather 37 11 Gunther, William F Gventer, Ms Suzanne 67 8 Habicht, Nicholas 72 6 Haddad. Elias 76 F Hall, Ms Sheryl 56 F Hage, Mrs. Dora F Hammer. Mr. Eric 37 11 Hankey, Jo-ann 20-33-35-41-52 53-60-61 8 Hankey, Niccole 2-52-72 8 Hankey, William F Hannum, Mrs Julie 68 F Happ. Mr. Gary F Happ, Mr Will 7 Hardcastle. Asa 71 5 Hardcastle. Evan 79 12 Harvey, Edward 7-10-62-63 6 Harvey. Jennifer 77 7 Harvey, Kimberly 10 Harvey, Thomas 24-46 9 Hathaway, Kelly 28-37 8 Havens, Clayton 4671-72-81 6 Havens. Jared 77 6 Haywood, Clarence 77 5 Haywood, Louis 8 Hebert, Jeffrey 73 7 Hecker, Heather 37 10 Height, Robbiejo 24 9 Hendrick, Ethan 28 F Herlihy, Mr, James 34 11 Hersey. John 20 12 Hewins. Thomas 7-10-87 6 Hewins, Walter 77 8 Higgins. Francis 73 9 Higgins, Shannon 28-35-45 9 Hill, Brenda 28-35-37-39 5 Hill, Daniel 79 12 Hill, Donald 10 - . 6 Hill, Geoffrey 77-86 10 Hitchcock. Yvette 22-24-35-52 10 Hodge, Brunton 24 8 Hohman, Jonathan 73 J L o u -.14 7 Hopkins. Jennifer 11 Hopkins. Russell 3-20-4246 5 Hunt, Bradley 79 10 Hurd, Lori G lngersol, Russell 3840 F Jaouen, Mrs. Patricia 67 8 Joch, Amy 45-48-52-57-71-73 10 Joch. Nancy 22-2431-33-3544 49-52-53-56 11 Johnson. Michael 2-20-30 8 Johnson. Sean 3662-63-73-81 6 Johnston. Andrew 77 12 Johnston. Chris 10-16-333637 38-42-82-85 6 Jones, Donald 77 G Jones, Eileen 40 9 Jones. Florence 28 8 Jones. Jamie 52-73 11 Joseph, Errol 20-33-3435-37-86 8 Joseph, Jessica 53-60-61-73 F Joseph, Mr. Wayne 5 Joseph, Nickerson 79 11 Joyce, Betsey 2-20-334244-52 53-56 11 Juniors 5 Kelley. Katharine 79 F Kelley. Mr, Joseph 67-69 8 Kelley, Quentin 37-71-73-85 F Kelly, Miss Sue 67 10 Kemp. Robert 24 F Kennedy. Mrs. Anne 7 Kent. Malika 5 Kenyon. Cord 79 8 Kenyon, Zeb 62-63-71-73-81-85 F Kerber. Mrs. Martha 64-67-84 6 Kern, Beth 77 8 Kern, Laura 70-71-73 10 Kern. Sara 3-17-24-34-35 5 Ketcham, Japheth 79 6 Ketchen. Chris 77 11 Kilfoyle, Chiara 12 Kilmer. Jeanine 11-3340 8 Kimpel, James 71-73 11 King, Andrea 17-20-3541 12 Kinna, Laurie 6-11-33-343743 44-49-52-53-5682 10 Kinna, Michael 24343542-54-55 P Kinna, Mrs, 45-67 A Kinne, Mr, Michael 5 Kirchner, Lisa 9 Kirchner, Michele 28-34-35-52 P Klahri, Mrs. 11 Kobler. Dana 20-33-36-44 F Koldys, Mr. Randy 59-67 F Kollmer, Mr. Edward 36 P Koneazny, Mrs. Helen F Kraushaar. Mr Robert 67 G Krol, Joseph 38-40-4647-48 8 Krol, Kathleen 37-44-52-57-73 F Krol, Mr Robert 54-5657-64-66 68 11 Krol, Robert 20-33-5455-58-59 5 Krzynowek, Kimberly 79 F Kuzia, Mr Richard 67 F Lampman, Mr. Alan 6 Landry. Jennifer 77 9 Lanoue, Daniel 28-27-46-62-63 12 Lanou 63 11 Lanou G Larkin. 8 Larkin. F Larose. 6 Larose. 8 Larose. e, Dean 5-11-4041-42-62- e, Jacob 20 Amy 39-40 Melissa 73 Mrs Nancy 35 Rebecca 77 Tammy 73 5 Gillooly, Tucker 78 8 Holmes, Jessica 71-73 12 Lan-AL Saskla 3.5.7.11.30.33.40. .9 RAlNBOW'S END MINIATURE 4 T' ,4- GOLF At the Cove Lanes rl Rt. 7 Great Barrington S 528-1220 , 1 Ol if Li i. 0 52-53-82 6 Law. Emily 77 10 Law, lan 22-24-35-43-46-47-49 54-58-59 6 Lemieux, Avril 77 9 Loder, Brooke 28-35-37-39-45-52 60-61 5 Loder, Jordan 79 7 Loder, Kip 71 F Loder, Mrs. Nancy 37-39-64 11 Loder, Shelby 18-20-33-35-37-38 8 Lord, Julie 73-80 7 Lowe, Daniel 58-59 6 Lowe, Jennifer 77 G Lowman, Joshua 38 F Lucy, Mr. Donald 67 11 Macy, Robert 3-18-20-33-54-55 58-59 8 Macy, Sarah 45-52-57-73 8 MacVeety, Jessica 73 5 MacVetty, Maxwell 79 8 Magenis, Bridget 52-71-73 6 Magenis, Meghan 77 10 Makuc, Anne 24-33-34-36-37-85 12 Makuc, Kip 2-4-11-32-33-35-36 48-82 7 Makuc, Marta 37 5 Makuc, Paul 79 5 Mallory, Michael 79-86 8 Mallory, Romona 73 5 Marchione, Ryan 79 12 Marks, Betsy 11-31-36-54-60-61 9 Marks, Peter 3-28-42 10 Martin, Cynthia 24 8 Martin, Donna 45-52-57-73 11 Martin, Joseph 20-33-35-37-46-49 54-58-59 G Martin, Sven 40 5 Mather, Sarah 79 5 Mayfield, Charles 8 Mayfield, Jefferson 73 5 Mazur, Meredith 79 10 McBride, Patrick 24-44 11 McCarthy, Meghan 18-20-31-33- 35-36-41-42-52-53-86 5 McDermott, Brendon 79 9 McDermott, Jeremy 28-46-54-58- 59 8 McKenna, Mary 52-73 P McNeil, Mrs, 9 Menin, Amy 28-34-35 12 Menin, Lisa 5-11-34-35-84 F Menin, Mr, Paul 62-63-67 6 Merrill, Norman 77 F Milan, Mrs, Kelly 67 9 Millette, Kimberly 26-28-35-37-52 60-61 P Millette, Mrs. 66 7 6 Millot, Robert 77 F Milukas, Mr. George 67 8 Mock, George 73 12 Moody, Ralph 6 Moore, Barry 77 5 Moore, Seth 79 7 Moore, Tyler 12 Morrow, Lori 7-12-32-87 5 Moynihan, James 79-80 10 Moynihan, Kimberly 24-30-33-35- 39-45-52-53-60-61-84 9 Murfitt, Erin 17-26-28-35-37-52 12 Murfitt, Tasha 3-5-7-12-17-33-34 83 10 Muskrat, Jonathan 22-24-3746- 48-85 7 Muskrat, Matthew 37 5 Naylor, Matthew 79 -4, 5 Negrini, Carrie 79 A Nilsen, Mr. Robert 5 Norton, Melanie 79 7 Nourse, Michelle 71-81 9 Nourse, Rebecca 28-39 11 Nourse, Tammy 20-35 10 Novak, Andrea 3-22-24-33-35-37 44 10 Novak, David 38-40-46 P Novicki, Mrs. 8 O'Brien, John 73 9 O'Brien, Patrick 28 F O'Brien, Mr. Paul 35-64-67-71 6 Ocain, Rebecca 77 F O'Connor, Miss Cathy 64-67-68 7 Ohman, Michael 37-71 10 Oleen, Christopher P Olmstead, Harold 12 Oquist, Matt 5-12-17-62-63-87 10 Ovitt Gar 24 - V 12 Ovitt, Travis 4-12-33-46-47-58-59- 82-85-87 12 Ovitt, Wayne 6-7-12-31-33-37-46 48-62-63-68-85 P Palfini, Mrs. Terry 64-67 7 Palfini, Stacy 52 10 Parks, Rebekah 10 Pautot, Scott 24 8 Peck, Jason 73 7 Peck, Jennifer 12 Peck, Jonathan 2-4-12-54 11 Pelaccia, George 20 11 Perham, Richard F Peron, Mr. John 67-69 9 Perry, Donna 28-35 12 Perry, Linda 12-35-39-87 7 Person, Joshua P Personnel 68 11 Petersen, Erik 21 11 Peterson, Craig 20 7 Peterson, Eric 36 12 Pezze, Gino 5-12-16-17-33-34-37 42-48-54 9 Pezzee, Chris 28-35-36 6 Pezzee, Megan 77 8 Phillips, Mark 73 10 Phillips, Nancy 25-59 11 Pickert, Michele 21 F Piper, Mrs. Emily 68 5 Piretti, Erin 79 9 Pixley. David 28-34-35 10 Pixley, Tonya 17-25-30-31-35 9 Pizzichemi, John 26-28-42 10 Pollitt, Michael 25-34-36-58 9 Posey, Michael 29-37-58-59-85 9 Posey, Steven 26-29-46-84 G Pottle, Jean 44 11 Pottle, Mary 21-31-33-37-44-52 53-56 F Pottle, Mrs, Marcia 34-35-42-67-68 F Pottle, Mr, David 66-68 7 Powers, Bethany 45-52-71-81 F Powers, Mr. 53 5 Pratt, Jonathan 79 8 Pratt, Kenneth 73 11 Pratt, Melissa 16-21-36 11 Proctor, Scott 21-46-58-59 F Proiette, Mr. Alfred 62-63-87 12 Provost, Wendy 13-35 6 Przystanska, Sylvia 77 5 Pulver, Amy 79 11 Purcell, Tristram 10 Quenneville, Michael 25 10 Quenneville, Rene 6 Quigley, Karen 77 9 Quigley, Tara 5 Race, Christopher 79-86 7 Race, Todd 71 F Ramsay. Ms. 67 Ramsay, Rick 58-59 F Ramsey, Miss Alice 67 10 Ranzoni, Ginni 25-35-37 5 Ranzoni, Robyn 79 11 Reynolds, Alan 21-41 8 Rhoades, Ronda 73 11 Risatti, Michelle 21-33-35-37-44- 52-56 P Robarge, Mrs. 66-85 8 Robbins, Dean 73 6 Robbins, Jill 77 6 Rodgers, Rachel 77 6 Roe, Jana 6 Rood, Benjamin 77 12 Rosoff, Dominique 7-13-33-42-54- 85 7 Rossi, Amanda 53 9 Ruane, Bonnie 29-35-37-39 10 Ruane, Glen 25 5 Russell, Lydia 79 F Ryan, Mrs. 67 G Ryder, Scott 40 7 Sadera, Dawn 37-52 6 Sadlowski, Erin 77 6 Sadlowski, Meghan 77 5 Sarno, John 79 6 Sarno, Vincent 77 8 Saunders, Shawn 73 9 Saunders, Stacie 29-31-35-37-39-45 10 Saunders, Stephanie 16-22-25-33- 35-37-43-44-52-53-87 12 Saunders, Steven 5-7-13-33-36-41- 54-62-63-83 6 Schiller, Lamont 77 10 Schneider, Heidi 16-25-39 10 Schoonmaker, brian 2584-35-58- 59-84 5 Scott Cheryl 79 9 Scott, Jolie 29-34-35 12 Seavey, Mark 6-13-32-62-63-68 10 Seavey, Matthew 25 F Seavey, Mr. Wayne 12 Seniors 4 9 Seward, Jonathan 29 12 Seward, Joseph 4-13-41 A Shafiroff, Dr, Paul 64 6 Shea, Michael 77 11 Sheinhartz, Heather 21 11 Sheinhartz, Michelle 21-33-35-37 F Sheinhartz, Mrs. 67 8 Sheldon, Reuel 37-73 11 Sheldon, Tori 3-21-32-33-35-36- 37-40-52-53-85 5 Shepard, Aaron 79 6 Shepard, David 77 10 Shepard, Ruth 11 Sheridan, Scott 21-30-58 9 Shmulsky. Rubin 16-27-29-34-37- 42-48 11 Shmulsky, Solvegi 3-30-33-34-35 36-42 11 Shuts, Lizabeth 3-17-21-30-33-34 35-36-37-41-60-61-85 9 Simmons, George 29-86 6 Simo, Jessica 77 7 Simpson, Alexander 37 6 Simpson, Kimberly 77 6 Small, Gabe 77 F Small, Mr. Steven F Small, Mrs. Peggy 69 12 Smith, David 4-13-32-33-34-36-42 43-46-49-58-59-83 10 Smith, Hans 25-35-42-46-58 1 f WWW A 6 Smith, Jason 70-77 9 Smith, Jennifer 29-45 11 Smith, Jeremy 21-31-33-35-36 9 Smith, Justice 29 5 Smith, Lucas 79 9 Smith, Mara 29 5 Smith, Patrick 79-84 6 Snow, Bruce 8 Snyder, Jason 73-80 7 Snyder, Jeffrey 9 Snyder, Mathias 27-29 8 Soncini, Francis 73-80 6 Soncini, Michael 77 10 Sophomores 22 G Soudant, Joseph 40-41 8 Spurr, Susan 57-73 G Stalker, Harold 40 11 Stalker, Jeralee 3-18-21-30-33-35 36-52-53 12 Stalker, Kim 13 10 Stalker, Nathan 10 Stalker, Shana 2-17-22-25-31-33- 35-43-45 10 Stalker, Theresa 25 11 Stalker, William 21 9 Staunton, James 27-29-34 8 Stephens, Tiffany 73 9 Stevens, Benjamin 29 5 Stevens, Elizabeth 79 11 Stevens, Erica 18-21 7 Stevens, Jennifer 8 Stevens, Larry 73 6 Stevens, Lynn 77 12 Stevens, Michael 5-7-13-48-54 6 Stevens, Michelle 5 Stevens, Rebecca 79 9 Stevens, Shane 10 Stevens, Tonia 23 5 Stewart, Christian 79 6 Stewart, Solomon 77 10 Storti Blythe 3-22-25 7 Storti, Colin 37-71 F Storti, Mrs, Janice 67-68 8 Storti, Sean 73-80 9 Streeter, David 29 6 Stringham, Jennifer 77 7 Stringham, Katherine 37-71 5 Stucker, Dominic 79 5 Sullivan, Kelly 74 7 Sullivan, Nathaniel 10 Sullivan, Shawn 25 12 Sullivan, Valerie -33-34-35-52-83- 87 6 Swain, Carrie 77 10 Swain, Samantha 25-34-35-36-37 9 Swann, Jennifer 29-35-37 8 Tanner, Anthony 71-73-86 11 Tanner, Zane 21 9 Tatro, Christopher 29-42 12 Tatro, Paul 7-14 12 Thieriot, Janet 5-14-33-35-36-42 83 9 Thieriot, William 29-35-36-58 Thomas, Andrea 66 7 Thomas William 36-37-46 9 Thompson, Chris 29-58 10 Thorn, Jessica 25 6 Thorpe, Patricia 77 12 Thurston, Jeanne 6 Tobin, Carey 77 9 Trudeau, Anne 29 6 Trudeau, Bethany 77 8 Trudeau, Donna 73 9 Trudeau, Herman 29 8 Turner, Charles 73 11 Turner, Jeff 21 5 .,..E.sl..E' 'V 6 Turner, Julie 77 8 Twing, Michael 73 7 Ullrich, Carrie 37-52 P Ullrich, Mrs. Carolyn 67 P Ullrich, Mrs. Sabina 67 5 Vanen, David 79 5 VanHorn, April 79 113VanDeusen, Alice 16-21-33-35-37 9 12 VanDeusen, Jennie 14 7 VanDeusen, Mac 7 VanDeusen, Stacey 17-26-29-45 10 VanDeusen, Tina 25 F VanOrman, Mrs. Kathy 35-64-67 5 Villetto, Danielle 79 6 Vining, Benjamin 77 12 Vining, Eric 4-14-16-33-34-35-37 42-46-47-48-83-85 11 Walk, Jennifer 21-30-40 12 Walsh, Rebekah 4-14-33-37-52 10 Wandall, Tina 25 11 Wandall, William 21 8 Webster, Wenonah 73 F Welch, Mrs. MaryAlice 85 7 Wells, Bonnie 5 Wells, Elisabeth 79 12 Wells, Janice 6-14-17-34-35-37-39 42 5 Wells, John 79 10 Wells, John 22-25 8 Wells, Stephen 73 12 West, Kimberly 14 5 Wheeler, Jennifer 79 12 Whitcomb, Eric 15-31-44-45 8 Whitcomb, Tracey 46-52-71-73 5 White, Cortney 79 10 White, Tina 25-35-86 11 Wickwire, Scott 21 P Wilcox, Mrs. Joan 67 7 Wilkins, James 12 Wilkinson, Keith 5-15-41-87 5 Wilkinson, Kevin 79-86 11 Wilkinson, Michele 21-33-36-40-41 11 Wilkinson, Nancy 21 7 Wilkinson, Todd 10 Williams, Leland 8 Williams, Olivia 52-71-73 5 Williamson, Trevor 79 8 Williamson, Tricia 71-73 7 Winn, Michael 9 Wood, John 2-29 8 Wood, Joseph 73 8 Wright, Jessica 59-73 7 Wright, Kendall 37-80 G Wright, Mark 40-41 6 Wright, Patricia 77 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of 1988 EPILOGUE 88 Mr. lvares Mrs. Piper Two faculty members of Mt. Everett will join the Senior class in June in saying farewell. Mr. Alvares and Mrs. Piper are two people who have proved their love and dedication for students through years of hard work. Mr. Alvares - charming, outspoken, outgoing, energetic. He is a kind-hearted, effective man who has taught hundreds of children much more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. He is an inspiring teacher whose presence will be missed next year in the halls of Mt. Everett. Patience, dedication, intelligence - these are all attributes that Mrs. Piper has displayed while work- ing as the head librarian of Mt. Everett. She has magically found magazine articles and books for frantic juniors and seniors at research paper time. She has been instrumental in keeping the library up to date. - Janet Thieriot UPON YOUR RETIREMENT, We'll iss You. ADVERTISERS - Our thanks to Alfredo's Alice in Videoland Apple Hill Realty Bachetti's Mobil Beckwith's Glass Shop Berk. 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