Mount Wachusett Community College - Yearbook (Gardner, MA)
- Class of 1986
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minister B tA Truly line uman emg David
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emembrance O e utstan ing Services He Has
er ormed For The tu ents Through His Office
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Life has often been likened to a road which we travel of a race we run. On
the way through it we go up and down hills, through valleys, over barriers
and hopefully we reach some high points during our journey from which
we can marvel at our accomplishments.
Our time at Mount Wachusett Community College is a small part of our
trips but it is an important part because it is here that we decide the course
of our lives. Whether it is decisions about work, travel or lifestyle, they
are all detours and turns on our road to the future.
As we are faced with these choices we
can also feel the urge to put on someone
else's SHOES and follow the FOOT-
STEPS of those before us in our search
for happiness. There are many pairs of
shoes, well and broken in for us to try on
-those of teachers, friends and celebri-
ties- and while it might be easier to
wear someone else's SHOES who has
walked before us and suceeded, it is also
important to put on our SHOES and cre-
ate new roads to follow.
So, while we can follow someone else's
FOOTSTEPS, it is also important to
make our own to achieve happiness.
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SHOES. Everybody wears them. In the be-
ginning of time they were just a covering
to keep feet protected from weather condi-
tions. Through time shoes have become
more than that. They have emerged as a
fashion accesory and a clue to a person's
personality. It is true that you cannot put
the same SHOE on every foot.
Through the halls of the Mount, varieties
of SHOES can be seen. They range from
high fashion pumps to old torn sneakers.
Looking under the desks of busy students,
one can see all types of styles -----
sneakers, sandals, mocassions, boots, loaf-
ers, clogs, work boots, short boots, high
heels, buttoned, buckled, tied, and
flourescent colored . . . the possibilities are
SHOES are an extension of our personal-
ities. A persons SHOES tell us whether
they would rather be fashionable or com-
fortable. People may own a few pairs or
may own many pairs of SHOES. Shoes
can make or break an outfit. It all depends
on how you wear them. Certainly, the va-
riety of SHOES at the Mount had made
walking through the corriders just a little
Clockwise from below: Juan Carlos
Gaitan and sister Marcella Gaitan.
"Little sister takes care of big
Norma Gates and sons David and
"A rose between two thorns."
Robyn Cossette and her mother Marie
"Will I ever get rid of her?"
Irene Pervier and daughter Angela.
"We're not just family, we're best
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PHIHIIIES Steppm Gut oget er
Educational opportunities have changed the traditional climate of academic institutions as shown by the
Clockwise from below: Ellen
Deckard and her sister Karen
"Two of a kind."
Kevin Dech and his mother
"Big Chief," and "Little Mom
Dean Crowley and sister
"We're always there for each
Chuck Swanson and wife
"Good to have something in
Two prominent actors died in late 1985: Orson Wells, 70, of a
heart attack, Rock Hudson, 59, after a battle with AIDS.
A delta Airlines jetliner crashed near Dallas in August, killing
137 people. The plane was on a flight from Fort Lauderdale,
Florida to Los Angeles with an intermediate stop at Dallas-Fort
Worth. Thirty-four people survived the crash but five died of
injuries later. The plane encountered a severe wind shear as it
plunged to the ground.
Blue-collar troubadour Bruce Springsteen was the undisputed
Boss of rock n' roll. His songs about Vietnam veterans,
steelworkers and factory workers hit many responsive chords
with all ages of Americans.
Ceremonies were held at various times during the year at the
Vietnam Memorial in Washington to commemorate the tenth
anniversary of the fall of the Saigon government in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Memorial is inscribed with the names of more than
58,000 dead or missing soldiers from the Vietnam war.
Riots were an almost daily occurence in South Africa as blacks
protested Apartheid. In this photo, a white man runs from
jeering group of stonethrowing blacks in downtown
Johannesburg as windspread violence continued to breakout
throughout the country.
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President Reagan, with his wife Nancy, gives the A-
Okay sign from his hospital window in july after
undergoing surgery to remove a cancerous tumor from
his lower intestine. The 74-year old president was back
on the job within weeks after the operation.
Cincinatti Reds player-manager Peter Rose broke Ty
Cobb's career hit record in September. The historic No.
4, 192 hit was a single to left field on a 2-1 pitch from
San Diego Padres righ hander Eric Show with one out
in the bottom of the first inning.
A high school teacher goes into space. Christa
McAuliffe folds her training uniform as she packed for
a trip to Houston where she began training for her trip
into space. McAuliffe is a high school teacher from
Concord High School in Concord, NH. Her flight is
scheduled for january, 1986.
A series of devastating earthquakes
rumbled through Mexico City in
September and the death toll was in the
thousands. Few in the metropolitan area
of 18 million escaped the effects of the
first quake, which registered 8.1 on the
Richter scale, or the second quake, which
A Trans World Airlines jet with 145
passanger and eight crew members was
hijacked in Athens, Greece, in June. The
Shiete hijackers took the plane to Beirut,
then to Algeria and the back to Beirut.
Most of the hostages were released within
' days but the remaining 39 hostages were
held for 17 days. One American hostage
was killed. 15
Remember Hurrican Gloria?! She stepped in to town the
night of our class mixer and postponed the first social
event of the semester. One month later, at the Monoos-
nock Country Club, on November 1st, we finally got a
chance to get our student body together for fun and
dancing. The turn out was tremendous. We danced and
partied to the tunes of DJ. Burke
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pages is a record o
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scenes, events and peopie of 19 -
wachusett Community Coiiege. And it is nice to have
such a record. However, the reai record that you
take with you is the education you have obtained
here. Your education has provided you with new
knowiedge, skiiis and attitudes -- new tools if you
' h enabie you to take the next step in
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ity and staff
i am pieased to be among the Mount facu
who have assisted you to achieve this important
benchmark in your iife.
Arthur F. Haiey
May ie, 1986
Once again l say farewell and best wishes to another graduating class,
the twenty-first in the history of the college.
l congratulate one and all for your achievements and perseverance. You
have ample reason to be proud of your successful arrival at another plateau
in your career as you move along in the path of life. l hope your memories
and experiences here have been rewarding and fruitful. My memories of your
class have been very positive and exciting. l know I also speak for all my
colleagues in the Division of Student Personnel Services.
l frequently lament the fact that we are just a two year institution
because one hardly gets to know you before you move along. Some of you are
grandparents, parents, as well as the usual younger students who come to the
MOUNT directly from high school. You now join the ranks of more than six
thousand alumnilael of the college in the rather brief twenty-two years of
our existence. l hope you will continue your interest in the college by
participating in the Alumni activities. The future of the college and our
students is very dependent on your support and loyalty. Very shortly you
will be regularly receiving Alumni newsletters. Keep us informed on your
activities, marriages and addresses, we very much value your help and loyalty
l bid you Godspeed with much pride and every confidence that your future
will be personally rewarding and fulfilling. Keep in touch and please come
back to see us often.
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John P. Hogan
Dean of Student Services
DR. ELIZABETH KLEMER
ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT
DR. RICHARD F. FOX
DEAN OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
DR. PAUL A. SUSEN
DEAN OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
STANLEY T. MOAK
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ASST. DEAN OF ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS
DIVISION OF CONTINUING
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
LEARNING CENTER STAFF
DATA PROCESSING STAFF
SOCIAL SCIENCE DIVISION
Edwin C. Dunton III Brian Lancaster
IT IS WITH GREAT SORROW AND A DEEP SENSE OF LOSS THAT
WE MOURN THE PASSING OF THREE MOUNT STUDENTS AND
A FORMER FACULTY MEMBER THIS YEAR. THEY WILL BE SAD-
Edwin C. Dunton III graduated in the Spring of 1985. Ed was a member
of the Student Senate, serving as President for one year, President of the
Ski Club, member of Who's Who in American junior Colleges. Ed was
also co-recipient of the Dean's Keys presented at graduation.
Brian Lancaster was a sophmore at MWCC. He was active for three
semesters in both the Ski and Scuba clubs. He was a certified life guard
and work in that capacity at the Mount. He was elected to the student
Senats last spring and played and active role on the 1985 Spree Day
Robert D. Weibell was a second year Art student at the Mount and was
a member of the Art Club.
Aspasio K. Anastos was a professor in the Humanitities Division at
MWCC fro many years and was loved by all.
Scholarships have been established as memorials to these fine people:
ROBERT D, WEIBELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
ASPASIA K. ANASTOS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
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Robert D. Weibell
Aspasio K. Anastos
It has been said that death comes like a thief in the night, and that we come into this world with nothing and we
leave with nothing.
And yet, is it really so? For we leave behind us a legacy of ourselves. We leave to our loved ones, our family and
friends, the memories of times gone by, that live like love, forever!
We know all to well that once the physical presence of our departed is no longer with us we do not forge them,
and that always thoughts come to us and we can and do remember, as sure as we know that spring follows
The parting of death is natures greatest show for it seems so final, but once we have walked amongst men and
have spoken and laughed, and loved with them, can all the be fogotten in an instant?
Not so, for as long as you are alive so does your loved one live within your memory. You need only recall at any
time and know and gain from within yourself that inner strength of knowledge. that like this world and all in it,
life and death are facts.
But are we not by dying truly born again? Words are difficult and cannot express the feelings of separation and
loss. But let us take comfort in the thought that our loved ones would not want us to be saddened or be the cause
of our grief.
Let us therefore hope that they have gone from our presence into a better world not so far away from us.
Rev. Joe Crinitia
i Mount Wachusett Community College
Gardner, Massachusetts 01440
To The Ciass Of 1986g
we are here, we made it togetheri Upon first entering
Mount wachusett Community Coiiege we were strangers and now
we are friends. we have shared some of the most growing
experiences together and have iearned, not oniy about ourseives,
but of the worid surrounding us.
t we have taken the hardest step together, the first step
toward the future. Some of us wiii continue our education
and some of us wiii enter the working woridg however, we wiii
aiways share a part of each others past.
X wouid iike to wish everyone the best of iuck in what
ever future they chose. Each person X have had the opportunit
to meet has changed my iife in some way and X want to thank
you, my friends, for the gifts you have given me.
1 think that this guote sums up my feeiings for the
uspeciaiu peopie that come to the Mount,
that iinks your true famiiy
is not one of biood, but
of respect and joy in
each other's iife.
Rareiy do members
of one famiiy grow up
under the same
Best of Luck,
Donna M. Piourde
President - Ciass of 1986
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Class of 1986 Officers
President - Donna Plourde
Vice-Pres. - Carol Seidenberg
Secretary - Susan Hitchcock-Gale
Treasurer - Claire Lagasse'
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Executive SecretaryfWord Processing
Activities: Secretarial Club, Peer Tutor
Awards: Secretarial Club Certificate
'fl'm on a seafood diet, l see food and eat it!"
"l leave the table to Ellen, Karen and Chris.
Carry on ladies and luck to all who helped
me achieve this degree."
TERRY ANDREWS KAREN BANKS
Liberal Studies Data Processing
Activities: President of Newman Assoc., Activities: Data Processing Management
Campus Ministry Peer Counselor Assoc.-Student Chapter
Awards: Talent Scholarship
"Always give of your bestp and always look
for the best in everyone else."
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LOUISE BOURQUE RICHARD BANKS
Nursing Criminal justice
"I did it!" "There is a lady sweet and kind, was never
face so pleased my mind, I did but see her
passing by, and yet I'll love her till I die."
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Liberal Studies Executive Secretarial!Word Processing
"You can complain because rose bushes Activities: Secretarial Club
have thorns or rejoice because thorn bushes Awards: Secretarial Club Certificate
have roses. lt all depends on how you look at "I made it!"
MARY LOU COLLINS
Activities: Student Senator 1985, 19861
Chairperson Programming Committee
1986: Chairperson Spina Bifida Fund
Raiser 1985: Vice President Student Sen-
ate 1985g Activity Awards Banquet Com-
mittee 1986g Child Care Committee 1985,
19863 Retention Committee 1985, 1986.
"Be thankful, theres always somebody
worse off, Live like there is no tomorrow.
Don't be afraid to crack your face . . . SMILE
To have old friends you must make new
ones, be open to new aquaintanses.
Activities: Student Senate Treasurer, Chair-
person Budget Committee, Chairperson
Activities Award Banquet 1986 Newman
Assoc. Secretary 1986, Scholarships and
Special Programs Committee, Student
Senate Summer Continuity Committee,
Orientation Committee, Open House
Committee, Peer Tutor
Awards: Who's Who Among Students in
American junior Colleges Outstanding
"If you take care of today, Tomorrow will
take care of itself."
SHEILA ANN COSTA
Activities: Criminal Justice Club 1983, 1985
"I shall continue to grow! There is no stop
ping me now!"
1 GERALDINE DECK
ctivities: Vice President Newman Assoc.
19865 Peer Counselor PIRC Center 8:
wards: Dean's List all semesters, Who's
Who Among American junior Colleges,
Regent Talented Scholar Award
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ctivities: Newman Club 1983, 1984, Sum-
mer Continuity Committee 1982.
Awards: The Newman Association Award
"Always like working with people!"
Activities: Softball, Art Club
Awards: Literary Award iHarbingerJ, Poetry
"To everyone good luck in the future. To my
teacher Claire, thank you very much, I'll
always remember you."
Activities: President Data Processing Club
1986, Vice President Data Processing
Club 1985, Member Data Processing
Management Association 1985, 1986.
Awards: Who's Who Among American lu-
nior Colleges, Dean's List
"You can never fail until you stop trying."
Activities: Ski Club 1985, 1986
Awards: Outstanding Sales 8: Recruitment
Award - Ski Club
"Lets go skiing!! "Look out Europe, here I
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Activities: Secretarial Club 1986, Work-
study in Secretarial and Word Processing
ROBERT HARRINGTON JR
Activities: Student Senate 1985, 1986, Co-
chairperson GUARDD Committee, Presi-
dent Nursing Club Public Relations
Committee, Vice President Class of 1985
Awards: Who's Who Among American ju-
"Don't Drive DRUNK!" "What's happen-
ing?" "Hi Daling!"
Activities: Student Senate 1985, Class Secre-
tary 1986, Yearbook Staff 1985, Yearbook
Co-Editor 1986, Photo Editor 1986, Peer
Tutor, Activities Awards Banquet Com-
mittee, Child Care Committee 1985, 1986,
Pres. Phi Theta Kappa
Awards: Dean's List, Phi Theta Kappa
Activities: Student Senate 1985 1986' Scu
Club 1985, Spree Day Committee 19
Chairperson Public Relations Committ
Awards: Dean's List Semesters I 8: II
. . I was born in the sign of water and it
the whales, they are my brothers
Activities: Student Senate 1985 1986- Elec
tion 8: Constitution Committee 19
1985, 1986: Chairperson Candidates F
rum Committee 1984 Yearbook Commit,
tee 1985, Harbinger 1986, WMWC-Radio
1985, Activities Awards Banquet 1985
1986, LTC 1985, GUARDD Committee
1986, Orientation Committee 1984 1985
Awards: Who's Who Among American Ju
nior Colleges, Most Reliable 1985, Mos-
there that I feel my best. The albratross a f l
Activities: Girls Tennis 1984
"Don't walk in front of me, I may not fol-
low. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead.
Walk beside me and just be my friend. To
Phil, Kathy and lane 86."
Activities: Student Senate 1985, Student Sen-
ate President 1986, WMWC-Radio disc
jockey, Drama Club
Awards: Who's Who Among American ju-
nior Colleges, Outstanding Leadership
Award 1986, Talented Scholar Award
"Age is only a number."
Activities: President WHO Club, Newman
Activities: Student Senate 1985, 1986, Year-
book Business Manager 1985, 1986, New-
man Club Treasurer 1985, Newman
Member 1986, Secretarial Club 1986, Data
Processing Club 1986, Academic Affairs
Committee, Class of 1986 Treasurer.
Awards: Regents Talented Scholar Award
1986, Who's Who Among American Ju-
nior Colleges, Most Calls Telethon
"If I could give everyone just one gift, it
would be WISDOM. Because wisdom is the
one thing that you can not be taught, it is
self-learned through experiences of life."
Activities: GUARDD Committee 1985, Co-
chairperson GUARDD 1986, Mass. Com-
munity College Athletic Rep. 1986,
MWCC Youth Basketball Tournament
Asst. Director 1986.
Awards: Who's Who Among American ju-
nior Colleges, Dean's List
"Yield. No. The Flame Machine. The time to
party is anytime your awake. Blizzard of
Activities: Drama Club 1985, Treasurer Art
Club 1986, Phi Theta Kappa
Awards: Certificate from Drama Club, Cer-
tificate from Phi Theta Kappa
"How's it gon?"
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Human Services Nursing
Activities: Newman Club Treasurer, PIRC
counselor and coordinator
Awards: Who's Who in American junior
Activities: President Class '86g Yearbook
Staff '86g Senator '85g Election 8: Constitu-
tion Committee '86g Summer Continuity
Committee '86g Orientation Committee
'86g Family Night Committee '86g Open
House Committee '85g Activities Awards
Banquet Secretary '85g Treasurer Ski Club
'85 8: '86g Emergency Student Loan Com-
mittee '86g Graduation Committee '85 8:
'86g Co-Chairperson Spree Day '85 8: '85.
Awards: Most Outstanding Student Award,
Who's Who Among American junior
"And lets not forget to dance."
Human Services 8: General Studies
Activities: jogging Expedition thru Andes
19805 Att Club '84 St '85
"Touch of Love" Fran
Activities: Vice President Sophomore Nurs-
ing Class: Ski Club '85
"And now we'll all go down together!"
Awards: Graduate with honors
"ln another life it wasn't even a dream, to-
day it is reality."
Activities: Student Senate '85 8: '86g Senate
Secretary Spring '85g Election 8: Constitu-
tion Committee '85 8: '86
Awards: Who's Who Among Students ln
American Junior Colleges
Executive SecretarialfWord Processing
Activities: Women Everywhere, Presidentg
Newman Association: Secretarial Club
Awards: Deans List: Who's Who Among
Students in American Junior Colleges
"lf you would take, you must first give: this
is the beginning of intelligence."
Activities: Student Senate '85 Sz '86g Vice
President Class '84, '85, 8: '86g Chairper-
son Programming Committee '85 Sr '86g
Co-Chairperson Spree Day '84 8: '85
Awards: Who's Who Among Students ln
American junior Colleges
"Keep on believing 'your' dreams can come
VICTORIA SNOW ANDREW SPURGEON EILEEN SKIVER
Activities: Ski Club '85 8: '86, We are The
World Club '86
Activities: Travel Club
Activities: Ski Club '86g Co-op at Walt Dis-
ney World '85
Awards: Deans List
Activities: Senator '85: Student Senate
Trustee '86, Orientation Committee '86g
Summer Continuity Committee '86
Awards: Who's Who Among Students In
American Junior Colleges
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Class of 1987 Officers
President - Mark Roberge
Vice-Pres. - James Sweatt
Secretary - Wendy Boucher
Treasurer - Sarah Salter
"See ya next Year!"
Activities: Senator '86g Secre-
jf' tary Class '87, Activities
Awards Banquet Commit-
tee, Public Relations
. 'il' A Committee
.x I Lv "Where's Sarah?!"
Qffi l, .
ROBERT BERNIER ANNE BLAKE
Liberal Arts General Studies
Activities: Harbinger News Editor Activities: Newman Association,
last semesterg Darwinean Soci- Darwinian Society Treasurer
ety '86 "You never lose your ability to learn"
"Experience is its own reward.
Better to try and fail than to never
try at all."
DANIEL BRACKETT KEVIN BRUCE
Liberal Studies Automotive Engineering
Activities: Human rights Committee
of Mental Health
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Activities: Ski Club '86p Data Process-
ing Club - Vice President '86g Stu-
dent Senate '86g Yearbook Staff '86g 43
Activities: Religious Education
Teacher, Choir, Chorale, Mount
Singers, Peer tutor, Women
"With God, nothing is
"Do you want an honest opin-
ion?! I try to keep a stable life- in
case all this career stuff goes
down the drain in five years.
Activities: Harbinger Staff
8: '84p Senator '83 8:
PEER Tutor '83 Sr '84,
'84 81. '85
Awards: Who's Who
Students in American
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"Always try to do the best you can so
that you will never look back and see
you could have done better."
BETSY DRAPER JOSEPH FOLSKE MARCELA GAITAN
Executive Secretarial!Word Business Technology Genefal Studies
Processing Activities: Veterans Counselor Activities: Ski Club '56. 5Pf99 DW
Activities: Secretarial Club '86 Awards: Who's Who in American Committee '86, We Af? The World
44 Technology Club Secretary '86
"So shall you sew, so shall you reap."
Student Senate Secre-
tary '86g Activities Awards Ban-
quet Committee '86g Tennis
team '86g Softball '86
Computer Aided Assistance
ROBERT HOOVER CAROL HURTUBISE
Business Technology Business Technology
Activities: Vice-President Ski Club
'86, Co-Chairperson Spree Day
"Work hard, play harderl!"
"Life is what you make it."
SI-IERI LITTLEWOOD DEBORAH PERRY
Computer Aided Assistance Design Human Services
Activities: Ski Club '86
Activities: Ski Club '86p Senator
'86g GUARDD Committee '86g
Yearbook Staff '86
"I was not born to be a fighter but
now's the time I have to learn to
keep my head above the water.
Learn to play with fire and not get
"Goodbye Donna, Edna, Wanda,
Cindy 8: Eileen"
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Activitiesg Vice President Class '87p
Public Relations Committee '86
46 "What's up?"
Activities: Senator '86g Trea-
surer Class '87g Budget
Committee '86g Activities
Awards Banquet Committee
Activities: Tennis '86g Vice President
Student Senate '86g GUARDD
Committee '86g Ski Club '86g Fun-
nel Club Bark Eaters of America
"Sometimes the lights are all shining
on me, sometimes I can barely see,
lately it occurs to me, what a long
strange its been."
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On January 28, 1986, the explosion
of the space shuttle Challenger
shocked the world. Christa McAu-
liff, a teacher from New Hamp-
shire, along with six others were
killed in the disaster.
jim McMahon quarterback for the
Chicago Bears hugs teammate Ke-
vin Butler as they win the Super
A house in Philipston, MA. cheers
on the New England Patriots as
they go to the Super Bowl against
the Chicago Bears.
The Mount Players in Antigone: Judi St. Sauveur,
Angela Richard, John Cassella, Steve Smith
Local theatre awaits hurricane Gloria. She hit in
Foreclosure of Heritage Park Inn. Gardner's first
Motel with over 100 rooms, Banquet Facilities and
Does this route look familiar for those of your east
of MWCC? rerouting of route 2 and connecting
streets in Westminster.
OI: THE YEAR!
INTERESTING EXPERIENCES FROM
THE SKI CLUB.
January 12-17, forty-one ski club mem-
bers, friends and family, rocked the pad
in Lincoln, N.H. We have decided to
share some memories of the trip with
Heidi slept late. Rick falls down fin the
lift linej. The Pats "squish the fish."
Friendly N.H. service-just ask Geoff!
Dancing age in N.H. is 21!? Geoff eats
bark, trees are Hell. Laying out 100
sheets for the pad. Wayne gets sick at
Indian Head ton Carol's coatj. The BIG
"O"!! The famous head butt. "Hey, there
is slime in the jacuzzi." "Cathy, look out
for lobster wings!" Rick's surprise birth-
day party. The four people pyramid in
the pool. Ski "93" mugs .... where did
they all go? Twenty-three degrees below
zero-brrrrrrrr. "No juice, man." "John,
leave those lift towers alone." Warren
Miller ski films. Mmmmm-Swiss choc-
olate. The lip-sync contest was a success.
We all had a blast. Everyone dances to
"Shout". Imported Marcela twists her
ankle. Boy, no one drank on this trip.
Two bells .... we're gone. It's a bummer
For those of you who read this and are
totally confused, there's always next trip.
Oh yes, one more thing, "Don't forget to
tip your bartenders and waitresses."
Reprint Harbinger February 14, 1986
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Bonjour! During Spring break our
famous bunch of rowdies from the
MWCC Ski Club went on a skiing
excursion to Mount Saint Anne. At
6:30 AM thirteen of us left the
MWCC parking lot en route to
Canada with our birth certificates
in hand. Here are a few experiences
we brought back with us:
Bla, bla, bla, bla! "Do you have frog
legs? Well, hop over here and take
our order." .... Everyone learns the
French language fwell, at least a few
words! .... Ann, leave that cruiser
alone! . . . MMM! Poutine! ffrench
fries, cheese and gravy! .... Walk-
ing miles to find a nightclub. . .Le
wet t-shirt contest .... Mademoi-
selle Suzie, le sexual . . . Mademoi-
selle C-inger! .... Rick went over
the mountain, to see what he could
see .... A safety message from
Laura: "Don't ski closed trails!" . . .
. BUMPS! .... Warp speed on Ca-
nadian highways .... NO MORE
MTV, NO MORE TWISTED SIS-
TER! .... Life in a Coke can! ....
Catch the wave .... Long CB talks .
. . . Hey, Larry, did Mom get the bill
yet? .... Pete's birthday party . . .
Le Concord with rotating lounge . .
. . I think I'm going to be sick . . . .
Ryan, stay away from those young
girls at Le Bistro! .... Hey, look out
for those carrot-top head butts ....
Gas only 50 cents fa quart! ....
Eating Italian, Chinese, and Ameri-
can food .... Where's the French
food? .... 55.00 for a White Rus-
sian, S2.50 for a Coke What a
Well, until next time, this is Cap-
tain Spock signing off! Au revoir!
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The Programming Committee Put Together A Wide Variety Of
Events For Both The Fall And Spring Semester. Student Participa-
tion Was Overwhelming!
Guilty Children - Improv.
The Suroviches- Hypnosis Show
Rhythms 8: Visions of India
Mike Spiro - Guitarist, Singer
Mark Twain on Tour
Abrams Sr, Anderson - Improv.
Jackson 8: Springstein
Marty Bear - Singer
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The 10th Annual Activities Awards Banquet was held at
the Elks Clubhouse in Leominster on Friday, April 25th.
Chairperson Cathy Cormier, who headed the Banquet
Committee, spent long, hard hours arranging all the de-
tails that ranged form the meal itself to flowers on the
Wendy Boucher, Marylou Collins, Lisa Hales, and Dawn
Hefflefinger along with Susan Hitchcock-fCale, Thomas
Horgan, Gloria LaBrack Sarah Salter and Carol Seiden-
berg assisted Cathy with the tedious details as the eve-
ning came across a complete success. Stuffed Boneless
Breast of Chicken topped the menu follwed by the ususal
pototoe, vegetable, and dinner rolls. lt was a great meal,
catered by Cormier, but the reason for this festive gather-
ing was soon approaching.
Shortly after the dessert was served, jim LeBlanc, the
Master of Cermonies, and Rhonda LaPointe, the Mistress
of ceremonis, were calling for order as the process of the
awards presentation began. The Athletic Awards, pre-
sented by Nola Sapienza, were the first to be honored,
followed by twenty one of the Mount's finest clubs and
The strings were tuned and the amps were warmed as
"alias", a fine band, readied themselves for an evening of
music and dance. Those choosing to ramain after the
awards presentation "let their hair down" and boogied to
their hearts content.
The evening concluded with a last dance followed by
thunderous applause. Applause for the band, Applause f
for the Banquet. And Applause for the brotherhood.
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By Donna Plourde
The Convocation speaker this
year will be Dr. Earl Grollman,
D.D. Dr. Grollman. is a
fascinating and informative
speaker who has appeared before
many audiences. He has been in
demand as a speaker and televi-
sion personality, appearing on
such shows as, The Tomorrow
Show, David Suskind, Monitor,
Dave Garroway, and Mr. Roger's
Neighborhood. Articles concern-
ing him and his works have ap-
peared in such diverse publica-
tions as Psychiatric Opinion,
Readers Digest, Newsweek, Ms.,
New Women, Time Magazine,
and Harpers. Dr. Grollman has
also spoken at many universities,
clergy institutes, seminaries,
physicians' forums and hospital
He has spoken at Mount
Wachusett Community College to
an evening audience of over 350.
Dr. Haley called him "The best
speaker he has ever heard in his
life" Dr. Grollman will be speak-
ing at Mount Wachusett Com-
munity College on November 20,
1985 at 11:30 a.m. in the Fine Arts
Center. He will be speaking on
the topic, Reflections Concerning
r. arl Grollrnan X
Death. The Convocation is open
to the public.
For more than twenty-five
years he has been Rabbi at Beth
El Temple in - Belmont,
Massachusetts, and is past presi-
dent of the Massachusetts Board
of Rabbis. A native of Baltimore,
Maryland, he attended the
University of Maryland, received
his B.A.- from the University of
Cincinnati, and his Doctor of
Divinity Degree from Hebrew
Union College. He is a,member of
the Professional Advisory Board
of the Foundation of Thanatology
Medical Center in New York, and
an editorial advisor to Omega. a
journal devoted to thanatology.
Rabbi Grollman is also a
member of the Governor's Coun-
cil on Action for Mental Health,
The Massachusetts Advisory
Council on Home and Family and
the Bereavement Team of the
Community School of Psychiatry
at Harvard University.
Dr. Grollman has long been a
pioneer in the field of thanatology
and crisis intervention and has
written extensively in these
areas. His book, TALKING
ABOUT DEATH. received the
Trends Citation at the Interna-
tional Children and Youth Book
Exhibition in Munich. Mental
Health Materials Center said
about SUICIDE: PREVENTION,
VENTION another work of
Grollman's, "All professionals
will find this a solid basis for
educational programs." The
Journal of the American Medical
Association commended EX-
PLAINING DIVORCE TO
CHILDREN saying, "It contains
profitable reading for both the in-
telligent lay person and mental
health practitioners". Choice
books for Libraries described
EXPLAINING DEATH TO
CHILDREN as one of the finest
books ever written for the
facilitation of grief processes.
Other books by Dr. Grollman in-
clude JUDAISM IN SIGMUND
FREUD'S WORLD, RAB-
BINICAL COUNSELING, TALK-
ING ABOUT DIVORCE, LIVING
WHEN A LOVED ONE HAS
DIED, WHEN YOUR LOVED
ONE IS DYING, and WHAT
HELPED ME WHEN MY LOV-
ED ONE DIED.
This program is sponsored by the
Canipus Ministry Office and
Special Programs Committee.
A crowd of 400 area high school
students stepped into Mount Wa-
chusett Community College for the
first open house of the academic
year. After listening to speakers,
including Pres. Haley and Donna
Plourde, Sophomore Class Presi-
dent, they stepped into the hal-
lowed halls to get a taste of the col-
lege experience. Tours of
classrooms and studies were fol-
lowed by the dynamic mini-concert
ofthe multi-talented group, "Gene-
va". Cafeterias overflowed with
stomping students, enjoying the
awesome atmosphere created by
this group. M.W.C.C. Sophomore
student, jim Pisciotta, on lead gui-
tar, encouraged all to clap their
hands and join in.
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President .......... ,.,.,..SS. D onna M. Plourde
Vice-President .,..,., ,...S,,..4., C arol A. Seidenberg
Secretary.. . 44S....... Susan T. Hitchcock-Gale
Treasurer ....., ...,r........... C laire M. Lagasse
Qlmnmewzentent 7 xereises
Dr. Paul A. Susen
Dean of Academic Ajairs
PRELUDE ........ ..... W estminster Ensemble
Chief Marshal ..... .... D avid W. Halvorsen
Faculty Marshal .... ...... J ohn T. Awdycki
Student Marshal .... ...... D onna M. Plourde
NATIONAL ANTHEM ..... . . . Diane T. Cushing
INVOCATION .... ....... R ev. Joseph A. Adamo
Director, Campus Ministry
CHARGE TO THE PRESIDENT ................ James D. Murphy
Chairman MWCC Board of Trustees
ADDRESS OF WELCOME .... .... D r. Arthur F. Haley
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ......... Dr. Byron K. Lichtenberg
Astronaut, Pres. Payload Systems Inc.
CLASS SPEAKER .... ....... D onna M. Plourde
President. Class of 1986
CHORAL SELECTION .... ..... ' 'Take These Wings"
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS .............,. David W. Halvorsen
Asst. Dean of Student Services
CONFERRING OF DEGREES .... ..... D r. Arthur F. Haley
Presentation of Candidates
Dr. Paul A. Susen
BENEDICTION ............................... Rev. John R. Condon
Pastor, First Congregational Church, Gardner
HONORARY CHIEF MARSHAL ..... ...... J ohn P. Hogan
The Westminster Brass Ensemble
Ronald L. Brough, Director
Clan Sutherland Band of Massachusetts
Piper ..... .... S tuart Cameron Paul '77
MWCC Dustees'Awards .... .......... D onna M. Plourde
Barbara A. Palatino
Deans Key .... ..... G loria M. Labrack
Cathy J. Cormier
Presidents Key .... ..... J ohn F. Vaillancourt
Automotive Technology ....
Business Administration .....
Business Technology .........
Computer Assisted Design
Data Processing .........
Electronic Engineering . . .
Executive Secretarial .....
General Studies ..........
General Human Services.
Ind. Pollution Control . ..
Liberal Arts .............
Liberal Studies ....
Medical Lab Tech.
Public Communications .
Word Processing Cert.
. .Charles Chapman
..... Steven Varieur
.. Kathryn Amadon
.... Nancy Meehan
. . . Patricia Boisvert
.. . Deborah Bockus
. . . Tracy Danielsen
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Awards to Donna Plourde and Barbara
Family and Friends congratulate a happy
graduate, Mark Callager.
Gloria LaBracl4 and Cathy Cormier re-
cieve the Dean's Key presented to stu-
dents who made the most outstanding
contribution to the life and spirit of the
Below, President Arthur Hale pesents
graduates with their degrees.
LAWRENCE BOLDUC JR
LUZ EMILIA BRASOR
LOUIS CALCARI JR
DIANE D AMBROISE
JOSEPH EBBS JR
JOHN CRECORCYK JR
ROBERT HARRINGTON JR
BETTY JANE HILL
STEPHEN HOGAN JR
TIMOTHY KING I
SA HOI KOO
ANTHONY LAFRENIERE JR
KATHERINE LEAL CLEMENCE
HERBERT MAY JR
BETTY ANN MCDONALD
JOHN O BRIEN
VINCENT O CONNELL
JACQUELYN O TOOLE
M JONATHAN PENDER
RICHARD PERRON JR
JOHN PICKARD JR
M FRANCES PRATT
CHARLES SALMOND JR
ARTHUR SANTORO JR
JAMES SMITH III
DEBRA ST JEAN
DOUGLAS ST JOHN
ANN MARIE WHITNEY
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Top row-Janet Brooks, Student Activities Sec. Marie Cunningham, Cathy Cormier, Carol Seidenberg, Claire
Lagasse', Marylou Collins, Dawn I-Ieffelfinger, Student Trustee Ann Wironen, Renee' Duverger, Karen Schedin
Row 2-Dean David Halvorsen, Donna Plourde, Laura Mele, Wendy Boucher, Lisa Hales, Gloria LaBrack, Sarah
Salter, Sue Hitchcock-C-ale, Kim Lefebre, Marcela Pirner, Brenda Johnson Row 3-Geoff Rollins, Tim Guilbault, lim
Sweatt, Tom Horgan, Rich Gibbs, Chuck Sexton, Larry Butler
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MR. 8: MRS. FRANK A. DESORBO
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MR. 8: MRS. DAVID MINOR
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record "We Are The Work!" and raise millions for hunger relief in Africa.
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was compieted. Rededication was scheduied for July. 1986.
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Christa McAullffel chosen to be the flrstlcivilian ln space.
7- PresidemXReagan, with his wife Nancy, gave the A-okay sign
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pubiic radio show "A Prairie Home Companion" and his best-seiling book
'lake Wobegone Days."
HAMBO-MANIA -- A second Rambo movie, "First Blood Part ll," was a
huge box office hit and inspired toys, T-shirts and even Rambo-grams.
BECKER -- At 17, West German Boris Becker became the youngest
man ever to win the men's singles tennis championship at Vwmbiedon.
EDITOR Susan T HltChCOCk Gale
STAFF Cathy Corrnler
Doug St John
The yearbook staff would l1ke to s1ncerely thank all who partrclpated and
contrlbuted to our 1986 Steppln Out Yearbook
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