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I jplsef on the 1984 NORTHERN LIGHT •, .■ ■ ■ ■. ■ ’■ ' ■ ■; , ■ - ■ i i •■ . ' ■ ■ : " •’ ' i ... , ' ' i ■ { I- ■• ■ • , ■ , • ' ' »■ j, ■ . ' •, .• . ■ r. ■ ■ hW 4;; •■ ■ r V M ' SVrr-: " ., . . : ■ i t t I L north attleboro high school north attleboro, massachusetts volume 44 1984 northern light jrise on the Miss Linda Cooke, for all the time and advice you have given us over the past four years, we thank you. You will remain as one of our fondest memories of North Attleboro High School. In recognition of all you have done, we, the Class of 1984, dedicate this edition of the Northern Light to you. jnsef on the As we look to the future we become aware of the everchanging values of our society. We look back on the past four years with fondness and we look ahead with a certain amount of uncertainty and speculation. Our years at North High have been as successful as we students have chosen to make them. We cannot change the past; however, we can make the most of the future . f This page, top left: Shawn Rioux, Scott Blanchette and Troy Kieltyka “concentrating” on General Business. Top right: Juniors working in study. Right: Scott Cipriano loiters in the hall. Middle left: Students develop their typing skills. Bottom left: Michelle Robidoux examines the nurse’s office. Opposite page, center left: Freshmen love Human Experience. Top left: Accounting takes so much concentration! Top center: Miss Wachta demonstrates her class. Top right: Students enjoying study time. Center right: The halls are crowded during break! Bottom: Eric Rousseau and Kathy Miller rendezvous in the hall. _r»se on the Hopefully, during our years at North we have developed confidence and skills. We certainly have expressed our- selves, each in our own way and according to our own abilities. The achievements of these years have prepared us to meet the challenge of the future. This page, top right: Chrissy Fowler works hard in the media. Top left: Laurie Chabot takes a break in the media center. Far Right: Gary Campbell at a termi- nal in the computer room. Right: Caroline Croke at her locker. Opposite page, top left: Tina Fec- teau, Robin St. John, and Elyse Pre- court on their way to class. Top right: Eileen McAfee plans her future in the guidance office. Left: Michelle McEleney and Janet Mancini work in the sewing room. Middle right: Studious sophomores doing some research. Lower left: Shila Devlin expresses her opinion. Lower right: Mr. Benson molds young minds in study hall. BL 1 H E jr»se on the NAHS has many faces because its student body is diverse. Many of us have realized our talents during our high school years and we have expressed them in various ways. We are grateful for those who have enriched our years here by excelling in academics, in athletics, in dramatics, in music, in art, in service to others, in teaching, in the computer lab, in leadership roles, etc. We leave here satisfied yet hungry. We are full of dreams and ambitions. This page, top right: Nina Shortell experimenting in chemistry lab. Top left: Cheryl Hughes expresses her own individuality. Middle: Kurt Anderson and Jason Heywood relax in the media center. Bottom right: Mike Hanley aids the cross country team in obtaining another victory. Opposite page, top left: NAHS Drama Club’s production of The Skin of our Teeth. Top right: Jennifer Boltz leads the marching band through another successful performance. Middle right: Michelle LaCroix perfects her typing skills. Bottom center: Eric Rousseau demonstrates his talent in the Junior Talent Show. Lower right: Ron Llacuna poses for the cover of Sports Illustrated. 10 on the Competitive spirit is high at North and it is apparent on the athletic field as well as in the classroom. We play hard and fight to win. But more importantly, we do it with Rocket Pride!! Our pride in oursleves, our school, and our community keeps us striving for excellence in whatever we do. This page, middle right: Sopho- mores show their spirit at a rally. Middle left: Bonnie Wheeler gets psyched for the Thanksgiving day game. Right: North Attleboro High School marching band performs at halftime. Opposite page, top left: 1984 ex- plodes! Top right: Angie Colletto and John Croteau selling flowers at turkey day rally. Right: Victorious Rocketeers cele- brate their victory. Lower left: The spirited crowd cheers at the Thanksgiving day game. Lower right: Debbie Morse, Lisa Jeppe and Sherri Gordon show their pride. jnsef on the NAHS has presented us with many opportunities. The experience has challenged us beyond what we could have imagined four years ago. But we’ve met the challenge and we’ve grown in mind, body, spirit and integrity. As we leave here, the Class of 1984 is “on the rise.” No matter what the future holds we are ready to reach for new heights and more growth. 14 This page, bottom left: Frank Strachan shoots the hoop. Top right: Tom Yankee goes for the rebound. Bottom right: We’ve got pride, spirit, and desire. Top left: Jeff Shaw helps lead the cross country team to another victory. Opposite page, bottom center: John Holden quenches his thirst after a tough play. Bottom left: Jenny Alix shows her rocket pride. Top right: Sue Burns cheers for a touchdown. Bottom right: Kathy Brunell cheers her team on to another victory. Center: North Attleboro High School Marching Band performs with style. Top left: Rhonda Burns, Trisha Scarlatelli, and Darlene Ashworth pose with a rocketeer fan. faculty on the rise Wilson Whitty Principal Kenneth Pickering Dean of Students Robert Olivier Humanities Coordinator Alfred Slowe Math-Science Coordinator Louis D. Kelley Athletic Director Gail Albertini Nurse Ann Allen Reading Specialist Jean Armstrong Art 18 FACULTY David Arnold Mathematics David Almeida Special Education Charles Ayotte Foreign Language Vincent Baldasaro Humanities Diane Balut Teacher Aide Raymond Beaupre Physical Education Elaine Bedard Humanities FACULTY 19 Russ Benson Humanities Richard Bonenfant Special Needs 20 FACULTY Barbara Carr Humanities Roderick Cavedon Computer Programming Judith Cobb Humanities Mildred Connor Administrative Secretary Marcia Connors Physical Education Linda Cooke Business Carolyn Cubbon Home Economics Rosemary Coughlin Special Needs FACULTY 21 Douglas Cubbon Industrial Arts T Carol Duhamel Humanities Marcel Duhamel Humanities 9 i William Flannery Distributive Education 22 FACULTY Dwight Estey Physical Education Marilyn Furbush Mathematics Roger Frechette Humanities James Frutchey Humanities Martha Frutchey Humanities Jean Giarrusso Mathematics Jane Gallotta Media Specialist Susan Gordon Secretary Elizabeth Graass Guidance Counselor i FACULTY 23 Robert Hanold Humanities Robert Guthrie Humanities Sandra Huidobro Foreign Language Peter Johnson Guidance Councelor Jane Joy Long Term Substitute Teacher Aide l| 24 FACULTY William Kummer School Psychologist Cornelia Kulczyk Media Specialist Harry Lancaster Business Victoria Lechner Science FACULTY 25 Jean Moon Business Madeleine Nanigian Career Education Counselor Arthur Nunes Science Dan Plumb Trainer-Equipment Manager Virginia Pope BICO John Perkoski Guidance Councelor 26 FACULTY Vivian Raposa Secretary Myron Reimer Science Earlene Robert Mathematics Mary Ellen Samma Humanities FACULTY 27 Richard Smith Science Phyllis Thibault Foreign Language 28 FACULTY John Vandereecken Mathematics Carolyn Wachta David Vito Art Science Susan Young Home Economics Helen Theriault, Elaine Turcotte, Irene Hobbs, Laura Grimes, Carol Balut, Nancy Dufault, Jeanette Perkoski, Shirley Mo- briant, Galye Betteringer, Karen LeBeau, Terri Derois Cafete- ria Workers FACULTY 29 IN REMEMBRANCE OF A DEVOTED TEACHER - MRS. CARR I WOULD LIKE TO SAY HOW SHE TOUCHED EVERYONE’S LIVES - ESPECIALLY MINE. SHE HELPED ME REACH MY GOAL - THIS DAY - GRADUATION! AS I WROTE TO HER IN A LETTER: “SOMETIMES IT TAKES SOMETHING BAD TO HAPPEN TO A PERSON TO REALIZE HOW MUCH YOU REALLY CARE.” - IN RESPONSE SHE WROTE TO ME: “SOMETIMES SAD EXPERIENCES MAKE US STRONGER PEOPLE; DONAT QUESTION GOD’S WILL; I KNOW GOD IS WITH ME AND THE LOVE OF MANY PEOPLE.” GOD BLESS YOU MY FRIEND - MRS. CARR - WE WON’T SAY GOODBY, ONLY ’TIL WE MEET AGAIN Bev Paquin ’84 T HOUGHTFUL E XPRESSIVE A STUTE C REATIVE Humanistic E NLIGHTENING R EMEMBERED Once a day and sometimes more You knock upon my daydreams door, And I say fondly with a smile Come, sit down, we’ll chat awhile. We’ll share some joy or maybe a tear, and memories of yesteryear. But when my thoughts are pulled away, by chores that must be done today. I’ll say farewell for now, my friend. Until in dreams you come again. I’ll miss our private conversations Quiet thoughts and inspirations, All the times we laughed and cried, All the warmth we felt inside. Farewell until we meet again. Goodbye, my friend — Goodbye ’til then. It may be soon, it may be late. For no one knows how long we wait. Let’s keep in touch in our own way. Let’s share our dreams another day. Goodbye my friend — Goodbye ’til then. Farewell until we meet again. D.E.B. 30 MEMORIAM r f MEMORIAM 31 on the rise Junior Prom Special Times, Everlasting Memories An unforgettable night for prom-goers of the Junior Class began at 7:00 p.m. on April 19, 1984 at the the Kirkbrae Coun- try Club in Lincoln, Rhode Island. As guests arrived they had their pictures taken by photographers from Hargreaves Studio. After taking some time to greet one another, couples sat down to a din- ner of stuffed chicken or roast beef. Fol- lowing dinner the queen and her court were announced. An evening of fun and dancing began after the Queen, Stephanie Arns, and her court danced to the theme song, “Straight From the Heart.” UVL pro- vided the music for an evening the Class of ’85 will never forget. Top right: Queen Stephanie Arns with escort Matt Albertini. Center right: The queen and her court dance to the theme song, “Straight From the Heart.” Bottom right: Lori Karpinski and Steve Robinson, “The problem is not that I’m too short, but that he is too tall.” The Queen and her court: Kim Gayton, Eric Billingkoff, Lori Karpinski, Steve Robinson, Robin Holmes, Joe DiRenzo, Lynne Waseleski, Russell Labonte, Queen Stephanie Arns, Matt Albertini, Anne Marie Vaillancourt, Greg Mercure, Debbie Gordon, Paul Whitney, Jill Gaudette, Kent John- son, Tina Facteau, Eric Perreault. 34 JUNIOR PROM . I I I Right: Spec a friends make special times everlasting memories. Below: Memories of the prom. Below center: Lori Salori, Norman Bishop, “Lori, watch the birdie!” Below far right: Prom-goers dance the night away to the music of UVL. Bottom left: Kim Lennox, Jocelyn Lacasse, Jim Landry, Jerry Ventre, Diane Flamand, “Jocelyn, This smile only has to last until midnight.” Bottom right: Paul Branley, Sue Dalton, “Paul, don’t worry they’ll be serving the food soon.” I JUNIOR PROM 35 Vi The Class of 1985 was advised this year by Mr. David Vito and Miss Sue Robinson. The year’s activities included a Halloween Dance on October 28th, two car washes, and the Ann ual Powderpuff Game which was enthusiastically supported. The “Big Red Locomotive”, the junior class float entry, won first place in the Homecoming float competition. The class sold candy at home basketball games and added $800 to its treasury. ir I i I The Junior Prom was held on April 19th at the Kirkbrae Country Club in Lincoln, R.l. Music was supplied by UVL and the theme song was “Straight From the Heart”. OFFICERS CLASS OF 1985 Kent Johnson, treasurer; Stephanie Arns, vice-president; Debbie Gordon, secretary; Lori Karpinski, president. Junior Class representatives on the Student Council were: Jill Gaudette, John Croteau, Bruce Hall, Joe DiRenzo, and Brian Lithway. 9 36 JUNIORS I Below: Karen Silvestri, “Really? Wow!” Bottom right: Patrick O’Neil, “How many pages are left?” First row: Jenny Boltz, Liz Borek, Stephanie Arns, Eric Billingkoff, Norman Bishop. Second row: Patty Bagley, Lisa Bathen, Katrin Anderson, Carol Bennett, Stephen Baillergeon. Third row: Tim Barbari, Dawn Bailey, Cheryl Bathen, David Arena. Fourth row: Eric Boronski, Scott Blanchette, Joe Anderson. Fifth row: James Barry, Sean Bolton, Russell Seaman, James Pierpont. First row: Gail Burns, Rhonda Burns, Kimberly Bouchard, Kelly Bury, Kathy Braga, Karen Boyd, Laurie Chabot, Laurie Camire. Second row: Mark Broughton, Gary Campbell, Gary Cameron, Patty Carr, James Cappuccino, Bob Branagan, Keith Brousseau. JUNIORS 37 Below: Biake Udelson, “I hope my shorts stay up until I reach the finish line!” Below center: Mike Dupelle, “Don’t speak to me in that tone of voice.” Middle right: Sean Ruth, “What do we do if this explodes?” Bottom right: Beth Hanley, “1 hope 1 can finish this before the bell rings.” First row: Michelle Feid, Linda Duckworth, Derri Everton, Gail Faulder, Missy Franklin, Michelle Edwards, Lisa Facteau. Second row.- Jami-Anne Doucette, Dan Fisher, Tom Fong, Steve Doucette, Joe DiRenzo, Dave Colleran, Steve Dowgalia. Third row: Robert DeFilippo, Mike Duppelle, Gregg Dion, Russ Farris. Fourth row: Adam Faring, Kevin Ferrah, Dave Durang, Mike Door, Fred DeMarco, Rich Facteau, Steve Danko. Robert Dias. First row: Sue Dalton, Shawn Corrigan, Kim McGee, Lisa Desautel, Mary Cote, Cindy Collette, Kathy Clinton, Donna Conley, Lisa Connelly. Second row: Valerie Clark, Darlene Clancy, Missy Colvin, David Corey. Third row: Steven Delfino, John Croteau, Dave Colleran, Robert Dias, Steve Danko, Jeff Clark Fred DeMarco. 38 JUNIORS Below: JuWe Grise, Dawn Bailey, “Don’t we make a cute couple?” Below center : Greg Orlowski, “Only twenty more words and this 200 word essay is done. " Below left: Kyle Harding, “I’ve got to get a par three to win this one.” First row: Beth Hanley, Russ Gagner, Mike Hanley, Joe DiRenzo, Kyle Harding. Second row: Lisa Grady, Carrie Gilligan, Christine Harmon, Debbie Gordon, Jill Gaudette, Kim Gayton, Donna Gibson, Julie Grise, Michelle Feid. Third row: Brad Hill, Kevin Fuller Peter Gagne, Michael Harris, Bruce Hall, Mike Gould, Tom Hallahan. First row: Jill Meomartino, Liz McNielly, Melissa Kelleher, Karen Karcher, Donna Justinski, James Lander. Second row: Darrell Johnston, Lori Karpinski, Robin Holmes, Dionne Landry, Deborah Lamar, Linda Hurder, Jennifer Kraskouskas, Michelle Holmes. Third row: Richard Howard, Troy Kieltyka, Duane Johnson, Russell Labonte, Sandra Holsinger, Ryan Holiday, Sharon Hobbs, Alan Kelley. JUNIORS 39 Top left: Chris Pfefferle, “Don’t expect me to think before third period.” Center left: Mike Hanley and fan club. Above center: Greg Dion, “Hi Mom!” Above: Cathy Clinton. Reach for the stars. First row: Greg Orlowski, Michelle Ouellette, Tom Onoyan, Karen Messier, Peter Mueller. Second row: Joannette Odle, Bill Martell, Scott Mercier, Colleen McLaughlin, Michelle Laplume, Tina Mercure, Jim Onoyan, Pat O’Neil, Cheryl Packard, Nimesh Parikh. Third row: Paul McNamee, Brian Lithway, Sean Bolton, Mark Pacquin, Ryan Holiday. First row: Greg McKinnon, Michelle Laplume, Colleen McLaughlin, Michelle Markowski, James McGrath, Bill Martell. Second row: Paul McNamee, Kim McGee, Robin Holmes, Liz McNeilly, Jill Meomartino, Peggy Levine, Kim Lennox, Kathy McNeil. Third row: Brian Lithway, Gary McDonald, Joe DiRenzo, Eric Billingkoff, Robert McAdams. Fourth row: Carl Lewicki. 40 JUNIORS First roiv. Cathy Parker, Elise Precourt, Lisa Desautel, Theresa Bravetti, Anna Spadoni, Wendy Schaefer, Second row: Michelle Poirier, Mario Protano, Jeff Redding, Dan Poirier, Sean Poirier, Mike Plumb, Jeff Pierce. Third row: Brian Ray, Chris Pfefferle, Mariellen Pestana, Tara Reece, Jeff Puppolo, Maria Caranci, Arland Piper. Above left: Todd Skawinski, Jim Lander, “I wish these cheerleaders would stop jumping around so we can hear the announcements. Center e L Brendan Bannon, “See, I can touch my toes.” Middle center: Joe Anderson, “Don’t ever do that again!” Above: Jennifer Kraskouskas, “1 don’t believe I did that!” First row: Scott Rubyck, Roland Soderquist, Christopher Schmidt, Christine Stewart. Second row: Kent Johnson, Mark Shepard, Steve Post, Diane Lewis, Karen Sylvestri, Debbie Schromm, Nina Shorten, Sonya Soderquist, Mike Saulnier, Sakina Samma, Kristen Spearin, Tina Raistano, Andrea Seleta, Kevin Spoor. Third row: Brian Silver, Bob Salisbury, Ryan Smith, John Sherman, Ron Simoneau, Robin St. John, Sean Ruth, Paula Simoneau, Todd Skawinski. JUNIORS 41 Below: Nimesh Parikh, “Being on crutches has its advantages. I get out of class five minutes early. Bottom right: “Lori Karpinski, Mike Saulnier, “Lori, Stop daydreaming and tell me the answer to num- ber 3.’’ First row: Gina Tripp, Sue Waters, Chris Trotter, Nancy Wheeler, Gail Watson. Second row: Terry Watman, Steve Tattrie, Debbie Walton, Blake Udleson, Gerry Ventre. Third row: Larry Velino, Beth Taylor, Lynn Waseleski, AnnMarie Vaillancourt, Natalie Taylor, Bonnie Webb, Pam Yoder, Crystal Warton. 42 JUNIORS i OFFICERS CLASS OF 1986 David Marcotte, vice-president; Chris Croteau, president; Lisa MacDonald, secretary; Tina Pereira, treasurer. Chris Croteau, president of the Class of 1986, reports that the highlight of the year came when class rings arrived on March 15th. The Sophomore Dance was held on April 6th. The class was represented on the Stu- dent Council by Hath Brunell, Chris Fowler, and Chris Keyes. On May 10th, sophomore, Tracy Jew- ett, participated in the 1984 Olympic Relay race. Tracy had the honor of carrying the Olympic Torch for one kilometer beginning at the Hyatt Re- gency in Boston. Left: Tracy Jewett and the Olympic Torch i SOPHOMORES 43 .4 ifcove. ' Tracey Roy, “On the good ship Lollipop . Bottom right: Christine Balut, “When running you should look out for holes.” First row: Janice Boutin, Debbie Benson, Kerri Boynton, Heather Amaral, Kathy Brunell, Terri Loomis, Carol Collins. Second row: Beth Brousseau, Cheryl Brauner, Missy Borland, Marie Bavin, Stacey Barrs, Tom Blake, Andre Benoit, Ron Hall. Third row: Ron Bonenfant, Andy Adinolfi, Scott Beaupre, Scott Bolton, Eric Beard. Fourth row: Chris Balut, Pam Auclair, Sherri Bravetti, Dave Ashworth. Fifth row: Mike Auclair, Dan Alonzo, John Achin. I F rsf row; Jim Christensen, Dave Champagne, Todd Buckley, Dan Carvalho, Robert Clark. Second row; Julie Cambridge, Laura Bury, Joellen Burns, Donna Clark, Kevin Cassidy, Jeff Brunelle. Third row: Sean Buckley, Scott Charron, John Brunell, Richard Charpcntier, Gino Cerrone. 44 SOPHOMORES Below: Sophomores show their pride. Center left: Lisa Jerpi, " What is she talking about?” Center: Heidi Hill, “Being a sophomore is not bad at all. " Below, feu- right: Maria Protano, “Hey, this is actual- ly starting to make sense. First row: Steve Fuller, Bryan Foley, Sean Dunne, Kevin Gallagher. Second row: Dave Fontaine, Tim Fuller, Mike Esmeraldo. Third row: Jay Farland, Todd Eglitis, Marcy Falcone, Kim Edgar, Debbie Feid, Susan Feldman, Dawn Edwards. Fourth row: Sue Farnell, Karen Floyd, Chris Fowler, Caryn Fellman, Kim Gardiner, Missy Golembewski, Diane Flamand, Gretchen Eliason, Kim Gifford. First row: Melissa Coyle, Doreen Cotter, DeboreJi Dickermein, Tina Dufault, Tom Dumaine, Glenn Corbett, Joe Donato, Blake Compton. Second row: Steve Curtis, Michelle Coyle, Carolyn Duck- worth, Alicia DeBlois, Patricia DeFina. Third row: Richard Dufault, Debbie Defreitas, Elizabeth Dieterle, Lynne Cobb, Chris Croteau, Maindy Delbonis, Bill Copley, Chris Cornetta, Steve Drotts, Dave Coutcher. SOPHOMORES 45 46 Below: Andrea Spencer, “I hope these notes are for the right chapter.” Far left: Doreen Cotter, “Exactly how does this thing work emyway?” Center: Stan Lanowski, “Did you have to wake me up?” First row: Lori Justinski, Kristin Leblanc, Emily Lavalley, Doreen Kirby, Jocelyn Lacasse, Lynne Larocque, Sharon Jorde. Second row: Rhonda Jost, Kathryn Lees, Judy Legg, Shelly Johnson, Denise Lind, Leslie Langille, Shelley Johnson, Peter Salger. Third row: Sean Keniston, Scott Lafratta, Kevin Levesque, Keith Lanni, Mike Lebrun, Gerald Lacasse, Chris Leblanc, Chris Keyes, Dave Lagasse, Don Kalstrom, Steve Linfield. f rs row; Phillip Hughes, Tom Houde, Dave Gould, Pat Griswold, Matt Gould. Second row; Tracey Jewett, Kathie Harman, Lisa Jerpi, Sherry Gordon, Lisa Jeppe, Kristin Gutauskas, Melody Johnson, Lisa Hjerpe. r ? rc row; Diane Henry, Sabrina Harrop, Judy Harrop Tammy Green, Heidi Hill, John Hathaway, Roxanne Hebert. SOPHOMORES Top left: Mike Reynolds, “This is a serious matter.” Center left: Steve Winslow, “Ouch!!” Center: Kristen LeBlanc, “I hope that guy comes over here.” Above: Keith Lannie, “I hope I can find this week’s edition of the Sesame Street Weekly.” First row: Rhonda Lake, Randy Marceau, Lisa McDonald, Kelly Magnan, Kathy Miller, Lynn McAfee. Second row. ' Kelly Mello, Lisa McCarthy, Linda Loiselle, Greg McGovern, Mike Mello, Mike McCarthy, Lisa McEvoy. Third row; Staci Lotti, Heather Macomber, Jon McKenna, Dave Marcotte, Andy Mochrie. First row: Lisa Nicholson, Melissa Nisil, Carrie Morse, Mike Moschides, Ashish Parikh, Ron Paris. Second row: Peter Olivier, Lynne Newman, Laurie Mitchell, Chris Paquin, Natalie Pupa, Laurene Nigro. Third row: Dana Ouellette, Debbie Morse, Kevin Murphy, Rick Patch, Liam Clancy, Chris Morrison, Lisa Parent, Billy Myhill. SOPHOMORES 47 First row: Mike Reynolds, Cheryl Perreault, Shelly Johnson, Michelle Morse, Debbie Tetley, Rick Prescott. Second row: Mike Reposa, Maria Protano, Laurie Post, Tina Pereira, Lind Rijo, Karen Pearce, Beth Pfefferle, Michelle Plante, Robin Perron. Third row: Tim Pinkham, Doreen Kirby, Todd Roberts. Fourth row: Neal Pitman. First row: Richard Pouliot, Bob Silva, Dan Scvigny, Barry Rose, Alison Silvestri, Debbie Sheldon. Second row: Tracey Roy, Jason Rowles, Andrea Spencer, Richard Puccio, Elaine Porter, Fred Scarlatelli, Lori Solari, Karen Smith, Theresa Rollins, Kim Stinson. Third row: Mark Sweetland, Scott Soullicr, John Achin, Mark Stokoe, Dan Sousa, Dan Rollins. Fourth row: Nicole Robidoux, Deurlene Sevigny, Deanne Simoneau, Cheryl Perreault. Above: David Ashworth, “Ta-Da!” Top right: Rick Patch, “This book doesn’t have any pictures!” Center: Chris Paquin, “Could you repeat that one more time?” Center right: Seam Buckley, “This is due when?!” SOPHOMORES kT First row: Lisa Verge, Carrie Zielinski, Kristin Stone, Liz Vaillancourt, Tonya Westman, Brett Travers. Second row: Priscilla Zonfrillo, Paul Texeira, Mike Strachan, Tim Waterman, Tim Toole John Wheeler, Bob Wills, Arthur Schnabel. Third row: Lisa Strang, Jim Swindells, Steve Winslow, Tim West, Cindy Swenson, Dan Sevigny, Mark Sweetland, Penny Walsh. Above left: Melissa Golembewski, “1 can’t bear to look.” Left: Linda Loiselle, “Let me entertain you.P“ Bottom left: This is quite a game. Bottom center: Lauren Mandell, “Ah, Ah, Achooo.” Below: Tim Toole, “I hope this one works.” SOPHOMORES 49 Connolly as its first president. Steve reports that the freshmen spent the year adjusting to the pace of high school life and “learning the ropes from upperclassmen.” He also predicted the Class of ’87 will win the Homecoming float competition in 1985. OFFICERS CLASS OF 1987 Steven Connolly, president; Kelly Jordan, treasurer; Holly Bishop, vice- president; Kerrin Corrigan, secretary. Kelly Achin, Sue Billingkoff, and Kathie Phipps represented the class on the Student Council. ? 50 FRESHMEN Above: Freshman Kristen Schickle with a big smile. Left: Kelly Bouchard works diligently in study hall. Far left: Kim Demers, “1 wrote these notes, so why can’t 1 read them?” Bottom left: Darren Sloan, “This is my good side.” First row: Chris Arns, Kelly Achin, Sandra Bainton, Krista Barney, Daniel Ashworth, Kim Arraiz, Karen Fisher, John Rogan, Julie Theriault. Second row: Jennifer Alix, Steven Ballard, Charles Al- cimir, Kim Babb, Kim Bardsley, Deann Barnes, Mary Barry. Third row: Heidi Anderson, Christine Baumhoff, Noellc Auclair, Steve Arabian, Roscanne Achin, Steve Ballew, Andy Abrahamson. First row: Patricia Burns, Dawn Bennett, Kelly Bouchard, Holly Bishop, Susan Billingkoff, Tracy Boyle, Mary Burke, Troy Lyons. Second row: Jennifer Boehling, Gia Buckley, Lisa Bibby, Brenda Bryant, Shannon Blake, John McGregor, Tina Daigle, Eddie Osborne, Kelly Jean Smith. Third row: David Cappuccino, Randy Boutin, Jason Berg, Thomas Burns, Eric Bellavance, Andrew Bliss, Aaron Beach, Richard Bray, Timothy Bragg, Brad Blackburn, Patrick Boyle, Heather Benson. FRESHMEN . mt Top left: Jennifer Lemoine, “Where am I going to put this one?” Middle left: Jennifer Flynn, “When is lunch?” Middle: Lori Jeppe, “Does anybody really under- stcind this?” Above: Craig Desrosiers, “Did 1 say the wrong thing?” First tow: Kerrin Corrigan, Sharyn Croteau, Nancy Charette, Jill Compton, Paula Cazzaro, Ann- Marie Cleveland, Denise Champagne, Bill Martell. Second row: Stephanie Cooper, Robyn Couturier, Amanda Cuddeback, Lisa Coutcher. Third row: John Cooper, Tom Corrigan, John Clapp, Matt Body Paul Casale, Eric Charest, Steven Connolly, James Cipriano, Eolleen McLaughlin, Kevin Spoor, Jonathan Cleveland, James Coyle. F rsf row; David Delvecchio, Tammy Davison, Lisa Desiletts, Kimberly Demers, Kim Costa. Second row; Ron Delfino, Lea Deschenes, Michelle Dewitt, Pamela Difiore, Tracy Elliott, Cheryl Delsignore, Heidi Deppisch, Edward Donato, Fred DeRosa. Third row: Matthew Dillon, Kristen Darling, Robert Edwards, James Dumont, Charles Dufault, Hubert Dumais, Michael Dion, Craig Desrosiers, James Falcone. I f : i , I 52 FRESHMEN First row: Greg Houde, Brenda Hanlon, Kelley Jordan, Linda Hallahan, Charles Heap, Michael Harder. Second row: Debra Hurd, Tricia Holmes, Alyssa Gutauskas, Lorry Jeppe, Lori Higgin- botham. Third row: Michael Horlbogen, Laurie Housman, Brenda Hiltz, Michelle Howarth, Mark Housman. Fourth row: Michael Inglese, Derek Hayes, Chris Horlbogen, Steven Hobbs, Joseph Jette. Bottom left: Steven Hobbs, “You’ve got to be kid- ding!” Below: Robin Couturier, “Sinus headache 33.” First row: Mark Foley, Tom Grant, Rhonda Gariepy, Michael Gagielo, Michael Giusti, Leo Fontaine. Second row: Lorine Grant, Cary-Ann Farrell, Jennifer Flynn, Michelle Garrow, Heather Gilbert, Christine Fontaine, Kimberly Fox, Diane Fong, Debra Gauthier. Third row: Christopher Fish, Kevin Forbes, Timothy Gagnon, Kelly Gaudette. FRESHMEN 53 I First row: Tara Medeiros, Patricia McNamee, Jennifer O’Brien, Mary Mullen, Lisa-Jo Megna, Brock Newmeui, Mark Mercure. Second row: Wendy Mueller, Andrea Meomartino, John Nally, Craig Meekins, Thomas Murphy, David Mello, Dean Nelson. Third row: Sean McKeon, Tiffany McQuade, Annmarie Miller, Kerrie Mitchell, Eric Murphy, Stephen McDonald, Michael Mulligan, Scott Miller. First row: Sheila Marchand, Tara Leger, Amie Hannon, Marsha Mansen. Second row: Justin Loew, Lcince Lewicki, Elizabeth Livingstone, Marcy Lemieux, Donna Keenan, Emily Martin, Michelle Long, AnneMarie Johnson, Jason Chavez. Third row: Jennifer Lemoine, Lori McAlpine, Christie Lorimar, Amy Legendre, Deborah Lapensee, Matt Lennox, Joseph Marcoullier, Darryl McCaffrey, Randy Lithway, Raymond Macomber. Top left: Robin Couturier, “It’s ameizing what a freshmein can find in her locker!” Middle left: A freshman late for class. Center: Joe Jette, “This book is so good!” Above. ' Stephanie Cooper, “If I smile, I can survive freshmen study hall.” FRESHMEN TTT First row: Kristin Pickering, Glenn Pasquel, Chris Paradis, Cathy Onoyan, John O’Connor, Robert Olson, Lisa Pereira, Jennifer Qvarnstrom. Second row: Kelly Redding, Suzanne Plante, Scott Otash, Karin O’Sullivan, Amy Patterson, Katherine Phipps, Lori Perry, Paul Raymond, Daniel Pfefferle. Middle left: Freshmen conspiracy! Center: Jim Cipriano, “These are my pearly whites!” Below: Heidi Anderson, “IN-Dl-GESTION”. Bottom e t: Tricia McNamee, “Where’s the beef?” First row: Lori Stanford, Christine Shearer, Tammy Sawyer, Jennifer Rego, Rhonda Sprague, Erin Skeffington. Second row: Kellie Schumm, Geoffrey Saucier, Rebecca Robidoux, Cheryl Shepard, Sandra Shepard, Brenda Shepardson. Third row: Phil Ryzm, Steven Shepherd, Christopher Roche, Seem Smith, Darren Sloan, Joan Risser, Tammy Rego. FRESHMEN 55 First row: James Walton, Tracy Wcstman, Kimberly Ventre, Nancy Velletri, Paula Tetreault, Kristen Svensen, Robert Trotter, John Walker; Second row: Kerry Ziergiebel, Linda Wheeler, Karen Violet, Scott Winship, Kristen Violet, Tracy Udelson, Marjorie Twiraga, Brenda Webb; Third row: Steven Wancyzk, Robert St. John, Jeffrey Tagerman, James Wagner, Jason Strange. Top right: Amy Legendre, “Take my picture, quick!” Above: Craig Pepi stretching out for track practice. Above Center: Karen Violet pushing for the finish line. Above right: Tracey Elliot, “Dad, am I doing this right?” Right: Beth Livingstone and Jennifer Boehling, “How did you get that answer?” Far right: Mike Guisti, “Only seven more minutes.” 56 FRESHMEN Below: Karen Fisher hard at work. Right: Terri Loomis, “Is it time to go home yet?” Far right: Sherri Jordan, “If I keep this up I’ll have dishpan hands.” Below middle: Ann Marie Johnson makes the cof- fee. Center: Carol Collins and Julie Terrio work with intensity. Bottom left: Andre Benoit, “If I shuffle these cards can we play Hi-Lo-Jack?” k First row: David Grenier, John Rogan, Troy Lyons, Jason Chavez. Second row: Kim Arraiz, Karen Fisher, Ann Marie Johnson. Third row: Kim Costa, Tina Daigle, John McGregor, Julie Theriault, Andre Benoit, Carole Collins, Steve Linfield, Heidi Evo, David Padula. Fourth row: Heather Benson, Ed Hand, Kelly Jean Smith, Joanne Cimino, Ron Hall, Peter Salger, Joe Read, Michael Salois, Scott Widak, Eddie Osborne, James Peirpoint. BICO 57 sports Football An outstanding Rocketeers Led by Coach Ray Beaupre, the 1983 football team had a very successful 8-2 season. The offense scored 201 points while the defense allowed only 86 points. The season ended on a record setting note as the Rocketeers blasted Attleboro 33-0 in the annual Thanksgiving Day game. No North team has ever done so well on Thanksgiving Day. Jim Johnson led the offense and was awarded the prestigious Offensive Balfour Trophy. While Jim excelled on offense, Peter Ing- lese excelled on defense. For his efforts Top: North Attleboro scores a touchdown. Center: Glen Meyer scrambles for a fumble. Center right: Mark Gallagher takes a refreshing drink during a break in the play. Right, Varsity Football team, first row: Captains Kevin Griswold, Frank Strachan, Jim Johnson. Sec- ond row: Steve Gaumond, John Nelson, Todd Bel- ham, Kurt Kummer, Don Lander, Phil Tetreault, Mark Gallagher, John Bedard, Don Gaskin, Todd Croteau. Third row: Manager Mark Rosbach, Ryan Laurence, Kevin Tremblay, Paul White, Tyler Fal- cone, Jim Veilleaux, John Holden, Todd Grosse, Glen Meyer, Pete Inglese, Jeff Cobb. Fourth row: Tom Onoyan, Jim Onoyan, Norm Bishop, Duane Johnson, Russell LaBonte, Mike Harris, Rus Gag- non, Rich Facteau, Todd Skawinski, Shawn Rioux, Greg Pion. Fifth row: Ron Simmoneau, Tom Halla- hein, Dan Sevigny, Tim Waterman, Ken Nally, Scott LaFratta, Scott Charron, Bill Copley, Dave Gould, Mike Plumb, Jim Lander. Sixth row: Manager Matt Lennox, Mike Esmareldo, Sean Dunne, Scott Beaupre, Mike McCarthy, Kevin Gallagher, Liam Clancy, Pat Griswold, Mike Strachan, Chris Cor- netta. Rich Puccio, Randy Marceau. Seventh row: Coaches Dan Plumb, Paul Sullivan, Carl Hebert, Jack Harris, head coach Ray Beaupre, Jeff Grant, Don Johnson, season for The he was awarded the Defensive Balfour Trophy. All-Hockomock honors were awarded to Jim Johnson, Frank Strachan, Kevin Gris- wold and John Bedard. All-Division Three honors were won by Griswold, Be- dard and Johnson. The Sun Chronicle named Kurt Kummer, Jim Johnson and Kevin Griswold to their All-Star Team. Jim Johnson was also named to The Bos- ton Globe All-Scholastic Football Team, f 60 FOOTBALL ■ ;v Top left: Coach Ray Beaupre gives a few words of encouragement to the team. Top right: Jim Johnson scrambles to avoid being tackled. Above left: Frank Strachen continues to run even after the play’s over. Above center: Phil Tetreault, “What was that you said?” Above right: Kurt Kummer catches a well placed pass. Left: Tom Onoyan scrambles to stay on his feet as Kevin Trembly watches over him. i I J FOOTBALL 61 Top left: Todd Belham looks for a route through the opposing team. Top right: John Nelson plunges through the de- fense. Above left: Tom Onoyan heads for the goal line. Above center: Captains Jim Johnson, Frank Stra- chan and Kevin Griswold speak at the Fall sports redly. 62 FOOTBALL I ' I Top left, Freshman Football team, first row: Dave DelVecchio, Eric Bellevance, Jason Berg, Mike Ing- lese, Mike Dion, Randy Boutin, John O’Connor, Chris Fish, Dave Mello. Second row: Tom Murphy, Derek Hayes, Tim Gagnon, Steve Connelly, John Nally, Chris Roach, Matt Cody, Chris Horlbogen, Joe Jette. Third row: Rich Brag, Jim Wagner, Mike Horlbogen, Chris Arns, Andy Bliss, Jeff Tagerman, Phil Ryan, Brock Newman, Tom Burns, Ron Del- fino. Top right: Todd Belham takes a fall after catching a pass. Above left: North Attleboro is stopped by the Attle- boro defense. Above center: Coach Ray Beaupre shouts instruc- tions to his team. Above right: Jim Johnson falls back to throw a pass. Left: Tom Onoyan runs with the ball. FOOTBALL 63 Cross Country Running straight to the top The 1983 Boys’ Cross Country team had an excellent season this year. With a re- cord of 7-1, they earned a share of the league title and placed third in the league meet. With co-captains Dave Larson and Brian Bannon forming bookends around juniors Brendan Bannon, Greg MacKinnon, Mike Violet, and freshman Craig Peppi, they had six strong runners. Above far right: Craig Peppi begins the afternoon stretch. Above middle: Brian Bannon and Rick Patch leading the pack. Above: Andrea Pettengill, “Are you sure this isn’t the end.” Right, The Boys’ Cross Country team, first row: Bri2m Bannon, Dave Larson, Coach Charles Ayotte. Second row: Blake Adellson, Mike Rider, Brendan Bannon, Greg Mackinnon, Mike Handly, Eric Beard, Craig Peppi, and Mike Violet. The Girls’ Cross Country team dominat- ed the league with an 8-0 record winning the title and league meet. Seniors Kelly Hainey and Andrea Pettengill provided the experience and depth, while fresh- men Karen and Kristen Violet gave them strong running. With only six seniors between both the girls’ and boys’ teams Coach Ayotte ex- pects a very bright future. . ■ I 64 CROSS COUNTRY Top left, The Girls’ Cross Country team, first row: Leslie Schricker, Andrea Pettengill, Kelly Hainey. Second row: Kristen Violet, Beth Hanley, Maryellen Pestana, Christine Balut, Sue Ala, and Karen Violet. Top right: Brendzin Bannon, “What do you mean. No Pizza!” Middle left: Beth Hanley and Leslie Schricker keep the pace. Above: Dave Larson, “How do you like this pose girls?” Far left: A new contestant joins the race ahead of Karen Violet. Left: Brian Bannon prepares for the race. i CROSS COUNTRY 65 Field Hockey Seniors head team In one of its most productive seasons in years, the Field Hockey team placed sixth in the Hockomock League. Coached by Marcia Connors the girls bat- tled to a greatly improved record of 4 wins, 8 losses and 4 ties. Laura Brunell and Kris Ziergiebel ably co- captained the team, along with exper- ienced seniors who contributed to the leadership qualities necessary to grow from and improve on past performances. Offensively, Laura Brunell led the team in scoring and was honored by being named to the Hockomock League All-star Team. Defensively, junior Liz McNeilly had a fine season as goalie with 5 shut outs and more than 70 saves. Liz gave up only 8 goals and was named The Boston Globe all-scholastic goalie. All four wins came with Liz in goal. Unfortunately, she missed the last five games of the season. Right: Patty DeMarco, " This ball is gonna stop right here!” Below, Varsity Field Hockey team, first row: Marga- ret Connolly, Jennifer Feldman, Kris Zeigerbel, Lau- ra Brunell, Patty DeMarco, Jean Doran. Second row: Coach Marcia Connors, Debbie Schromm, Kim Lennox, Diana Lewis, Marcy Falcone, Andrea Spencer, Lynn Waseleski, Jill Gaudette, Stephanie Arns, Kim Gayton, Manager Therese Rollins. y Opposite page, top. Junior Varsity Field Hockey team, first row: Laura Burry, Gretchen Eliason, Michelle Coyle, Rhonda Jost, Lisa Jerpe, Doreen Cotter, Shelly Johnson, Kerry Boyton, Heidi Hill, Sue Dalton. Second row: Sue Billingkoff, Heidi Dep- pisch, Tracey Westman, Lorene Grant, Kathie Har- mon, Lisa Jeppe, Tonya Westman, Cheryl Per- reault, Janice Boutin, Cheri Goodin, Lisa McCarthy, Cheryl Brauner, Sue Farnell, Tima Pereira, Sandy Bainton, Tricia Burns, Krista Barney, Opposite page, center: Margaret Connolly, “Come on, don’t out run me now!! We’re on a break away.” Opposite page, bottom: Kris, “Ziggy” Zeigerbel, “Get ready for the shot of your life!!” Opposite page, far right: Liz McNeilly, “Oooh, what am I gonna do now?!!” 66 FIELD HOCKEY FIELD HOCKEY 67 Soccer Good season gets the ball rolling! This year’s soccer team had their best winning percentage ever with a 6-5-2 re- cord. Under the leadership of Coach Mike Suffoletto, and captains Matt Alber- tini and Mike Shepard along with seven other seniors, North came out of summer camp ready for a challenging season in a well rounded league. North’s defense, the strength of the team, was led by goalie Ron Gayton, sweeper- back Dave Lanci, and stopperback Kirk Murphy, all seniors. The offense had high hopes until Matt Albertini suffered a broken leg. Tbe loss of Albertini was tough to overcome since except for him, senior halfback Mike Shepard and junior Mark Shepard, the rest of the offensive team was relatively inexperienced. The rest of the offensive team was made up of first and second year players and this lack of experience was a factor in North’s lack of scoring punch. For their excellent seasons, both Mike Shepard and Kirk Murphy were elected to the Hockomock All Star team and were chosen as their team’s Most Valu- able Players. Both also won spots on the Pawtucket Times All Star Team where they were joined by teammates Dave Lanci, Mark Shepard, and Ron Gayton, who was awarded for having the best goals against average in the area. Top: Mike Shepard pulls a fast one. Right: Matt Albertini steals the ball as Tom Fong looks on. Below left: Matt Albertini drives for the victory. Below, the Varsity Soccer team, first row: Kirk Murphy, Jim Murphy, Mike Shepard, Tom Free- man, Ron Gayton, David Lanci, Chris Middon, and Tim Rollins. Second row: Matt Albertini, Joe Ander- son, Gerry Taillon, Justin Loew, Craig Meekins, Tom Fong, Scott Blanchette, Brad Flill, Mark Shep- ard and Coach Mike Suffoletto. 68 SOCCER If Top left: Mike Shepard doing a slam dance. Middle: Jim Rollins, “Glad 1 don’t have to do this for a living.” Top right: Mark Shepard, “This is so much easier without anyone else on the field.” Above left: Kirk Murphy, “Does this count as a foul, ref?” Above: Coach Suffoletto, “Organization is the key!” Far left: Tim Rollins, “Do you see what 1 see?!” Left: Gerry Tailon, “I’m awesome!” i SOCCER 69 Top left: Mike Shepard and Joe Ander- son move the ball up. Top right: Coach Mike Suffoletto and Chris Middon watch the action. Above: Mark Shepard with the right moves. Above right: Joe Anderson and Mike Shepard, “Kill!” Above far right: Matt Albertini and Joe Anderson, “May I have this dance?” Far right: Matt Albertini, “No tackling?!” Right: Tim Rollins, “Me first!” 70 SOCCER 1-1 Golf North hits the green Boronski and Kyle Harding played well throughout the season and carried North to a winning record. John Delbonis, for the second consecu- tive season, was elected to the Hocko- mock League All Star Team. The North Attleboro Golf team was ex- tremely competitive for the second straight season and just bearly missed qualifying for the State Team Tourna- ment. North finished fourth in a well bal- anced league with a 9-6-1 record. Senior captain John Delbonis, juniors Eric Top left: Kyle Harding, team caddy. Above left: John Delbonis takes a swing. Above middle: John checks his shot carefully. Above: Mike Reynolds goes for a hole-in-seven?? Left, the Golf team: Tim Toole, Mike Reynolds, John Delbonis, Dana Ouellette, Coach Arthur Nunes, Kyle Harding, Eric Boronski, Jeff Bankert, Rusty Pabst. GOLF 71 Girls Basketball A season of growth The North Attleboro girls’ basketball team ended their season with a 3-16 re- cord. They were coached by Rick Smith and captained by Margaret Connolly. Margaret was second leading scorer in the Hockomock League, was named to the Sun Chronicle All-Star team, partici- pated in the league All-Star game, and was voted most valuable player by her teammates. Margaret was joined in the league all-star game by teammates Marcy Falcone and Tara Reece. Tara was also named to the All Hockomock Team. North was forced to mature quickly this season since many young players were drafted to the varsity team. The team will be captained next year by Tara Reece and since a number of experienced play- ers will be returning Coach Smith looks forward to a successful season. 9 Top, Girls’ Varsity Basketball team: Diana Lewis, Marcy Falcone, Tara Reece, Elizabeth Vaillancourt, Kristen LeBlanc, Chrissy Croteau, Andrea Spencer, Captain Margaret Connolly, Kim Stinson, Lorraine LaPlante, Rhiana Paradis, Jean Doran, Sue Farnell and Coach Rick Smith. Above center: Tara Reece takes a shot. Center right: Sue Farnell, “Missed again!” Above: Sue Farnell and Liz Vaillancourt stand be- neath the basket. Right: Margaret Connolly with a shot over the de- fense. Far right: Lorraine LaPlante and Sue Farnell fight for possession of the ball. 72 BASKETBALL Top left: Jean Doran and Lorraine LaPlante for the rebound. Top right: Margaret Connolly and Sue Parnell play a mean defense. Left: Coach Rick Smith advises on the play. Above: Margaret Connolly prepares to knock down a shot. BASKETBALL 73 Boys " Basketball A winning season for North In the 1984 season North’s Basketball team missed qualifying for the State Tournament by two games with a 12-8 record. The Rocketeers started the sea- son auspiciously with five straight victo- ries. Then illness and injury took its toll on the team. Sophomore Mike Reynolds did a great fill in job in his first year on the varsity team. North won its own Holiday Tournament for the first time in history with senior Frank Strachan being named the tour- ney’s Most Valuable Player. Captain Todd Croteau was named to the All- Tournament team. Seniors playing in their final game at home helped defeat arch rival Bishop Feehan to end the season on a high note. They were: Todd Croteau, Jim Johnson, Frank Strachan, Kurt Kummer, Kevin Tremblay, Tim Lamar, John Delbonis, and Tom Yankee. The Round Ball Association gave Jim Johnson the Alexander Ward Award. Teammates voted Todd Croteau the Most Valuable Player; Frank Strachan, Best Defensive Player; John Delbonis, Most Spirited; Mike Reynolds, Most Im- proved; and Tim Lamar, the Unsung Hero Award. For their outstanding efforts Frank Stra- chan and Todd Croteau were named to the Sun Chronicle All Star Team with Croteau also being named to the All Hockomock Team. Despite the loss of eight seniors Coach Schmidt looks forward to a promising year because of the number of exper- ienced juniors and sophomores who will be returning. Right: Eric Billingkoff attempts to block a shot. Below, the varsity Basketball team, first row: Cap- tain Todd Croteau. Coach Schmidt. Second row: Kurt Kummer. Frank Strachan, John Delbonis, Ke- vin Tremblay, Gus Johnson, Jim Johnson, Tom Yankee, Tim Lamar, Joe Direnzo, Shawn Rioux, Sean Poirier, Eric Billingkoff, Tom Onoyan, Kent Johnson. Below right: Eric Billingkoff with the ball. 74 BASKETBALL Top left. Junior Varsity Basketball team, first row: Ken Nally, Ron Bonenfant, Kevin Murphy, Tom Blake, Bill Copley. Second row: Fred Scarlatelli, Mike Reynolds, Mike Strachan, Chris Keyes, Rick Patch, Tim Fuller, Sean Buckley, Tim Toole and Coach Mike Babul. Top: Tom Yankee fights for possession. Above left: Frank Strachan looks to pass the ball. Above center: Todd Croteau, “Just get out of my way! " Above right: Tom Yankee and Eric Billingkoff await the rebound. Left: Frank Strachan fends off a defenseman. 1 BASKETBALL 75 Hockey A comeback season for North The North Attleboro Varsity Hockey Team, with only three seniors, competed in a very tough Hockomock League, which boasts of such teams as Canton and Franklin. Lacking depth and playing most games with only two lines, the under- manned team was not expected to win a game. In the first game against Stoughton North lost 11-0. As the year went on the season became very dismal after losing all of the games in the first round. Stoughton skat- ed on the ice against North for the second time, fully expecting to demolish them again, but North upset Stoughton. During the last half of the season North beat Oliver Ames, and Stoughton for the sec- ond time. North Attleboro ended the season with three wins and two ties in twenty games. The team was led by the high scoring junior, Mike Harris, and senior captain, Ron Gay ton. O Top: Dave Colleran pushes the puck to a team- mate. Right: Ron Gayton nearly tackles his opponent to steal the puck. Far right: Alan Haun moves up to take the puck. Bottom left: Mike Harris skates in support of his teammates. Bottom right: Mike Smith pushes his opposition out of the way. 76 HOCKEY r.S ' Otil r i Top left, Varsity Hockey team, first row: Jim Du- mont, Dave Marcotte, Greg Mercure, Steve Mac- Donald, Chris Arns, Darren Sloan, Tony Derosa, Mike Dorr. Second row: John McKenna, Mike Smith, Scott Rubyck, Alan Haun, Troy Keiltyka, Rick Lewis, Paul White, Russ LaBonte, Kyle Har- ding, Dave Colleran, Shawn Bolton, Mike Harris, Coach Neil Harris. Not pictured: Ron Gayton, Dan Rioux. Left: Rick Lewis moves in to attack the puck. Center: Tony Derosa moves the puck up the ice. Bottom left: Rick Lewis pauses for a moment to watch the action. Bottom right: North Attleboro scores on the King Philip goalie. HOCKEY 77 Gymnastics North wins five The 1983-84 Gymnastics team, cap- tained by Beth McCann and Bonnie Wheeler, finished the season with 5 wins and 5 losses. Sophomore Melissa Golem- bewski and freshman Amy Legendre were the team’s highest point winners. The Rocketeers did well in the Hocko- mock League Individual Meet. A Rocke- teer won a place in each event. Sherri Far right: Bonnie Wheeler on the beam. Above: Amy Legendre, “Is the sky really falling?” Right, the Gymnastics team, first row: Kelly Gau- dette, Tammy Sawyer, Michelle Garrow, Kerrin Corrigan, Tammy Davison, Sandy Bainton, Sharon Croteau, Tricia Burns, Kim Babb. Second row: Christie Lorme, Sherri Gordon, Caryn Fellman, Lin- da Loiselle, Amy Legendre, Lisa McAvoy, Lisa Mac Donald, Karen Smith, Mandy Delbonis. Third row: Melissa Golembewski, Kathy Clinton, Karen Devine, Bonnie Wheeler, Beth McCann, Sharon France, Lori Karpinski, Donna Gibson. Gordon placed sixth on the floor exer- cises. Bonnie Wheeler placed fifth and Kathy Clinton placed sixth on the balance beam. Beth McCann placed fourth and Lisa McAvoy placed fifth on the vault. In the all-around events Melissa Golem- bewski placed fourth on the uneven par- allel bars. She placed sixth in all-around competition. Amy Legendre placed third on the vault and was fourth in all-around competition. Team awards went to Amy, voted most contributing, and to Melissa for most points earned. Lori Karpinski was voted most improved. Amy and Melissa were members of the Hockomock League All-Star team. With the team’s strongest competitors re- turning next year, the future looks prom- ising. 78 GYMNASTICS Top left: Linda Loiselle struts her stuff. Top: Karen Smith bends over backwards for the team. Above far left: A team member on the bars. Above left: Mandy Delbonis and Lori Karpinski take a breather. Above: Amy Legendre does a dismount under the supervision of coach Marcia Connors. Far left: Amy, “I saw Nadia do this one!” Left: Kathy Clinton, simple grace. ( GYMNASTICS 79 Baseball Eleven wins North’s Baseball team completed their season with a record of 11 wins and 8 losses. Led by captains Peter Inglese and Steve Gaumond they received fourth place in the Hockomock League stand- ings for the year. Steve Gaumond was named to the All- Hockomock All-Star Team. Receiving honorable mention to the team were Jim Johnson, Kent Johnson and Peter Ing- lese. 9 3 Top, first row: Matt Albertini, Kent Johnson, Steve Gaumond, Pete Inglese, Tyler Falcone, Todd Bel- ham, Mike Harris. Second row: Eric Billingkoff, John Nelson, Don Gaskin, Paul Henry, Jim John- son, Scott Blanchette, Steven Post, Mike Gould, Norm Bishop, John Croteau. Above center: Jim Johnson, “Why is he telling me to run home when I’m on second?” Above right: Paul Henry, “Now, how did he tell me to do this?” Tyler Falcone in deep thought about his next move. Far right: John Nelson, “He didn’t really hit it way out there, did he?” 80 BASEBALL Top left: Coach Harris and Mr. Kelley, “Why did he drop that ball?” Top right: “All this from one game?” Far left: Jim Johnson, “But he’s the one who told me to steal!” Left: Steve Gaumond, “And I didn’t even hit the ball.” Above: Paul Henry, “Where did the batter go?” BASEBALL 81 Softball The 1984 Softball team posted its best record in 10 years with 12 wins and 7 losses. The captains for this year were Cheryl Grant and Laura Brunell. North led the league for most of the season, not giving up first place until next to the last game. NAHS missed qualifying for the state tourney by one-half game. North Attleboro led the league with 3 players on the All-Hockomock team: left fielder Cheryl Grant, shortstop Margaret Connolly and second baseman Jean Doran. The team was captained by all three. Cheryl and Jean also shared the Hockomock batting crown. Both finished the season with a .604 average. Jean was selected for The Boston Globe second team, and Cheryl Grant became the first North player to be named to The Boston Globe All-Scholastic Team. Captains for next year are Liz McNielly and Ann Marie Vaillancourt. 9 Top, Varsity Softball team, first row: Margaret Con- nolly, Christine Ziergiebel, Captain Cheryl Grant, Captain Laura Brunell, Jean Doran. Second row: Coach Sizemore, Diana Lewis, Elizabeth McNielly, Marcy Falcone, Elizabeth Vaillancourt, Alyssa Gu- tauskas. Sue Farnell, Stephanie Cooper, Ann Marie Vaillancourt, Karen Silvestri, Peggy Levin. Above: Karen Silvestri psychs herself up for a home run. Right: Elizabeth McNielly studies the situation. Far right: Marcy Falcone behind the plate. Best season in ten years »- 82 SOFTBALL Top left: Margaret Connolly throws the ball to first. Top right: Ann Marie Vaillancourt in action. Middle left: Diana Lewis slides into base. Middle center: Cheryl Grant in the batter’s box. Middle right: Captain Laura Brunell trys to make an out. Far left: Diana Lewis at the ready. Left: Laura Brunell takes a swing. i SOFTBALL 83 Spring Track 84 Track teams combine for 15 victories Under the leadership of captains Kevin Tremblay and Dave Larson the boy s’ track team finished the season with 3 wins and 5 losses. Dave Larson and Kevin Tremblay were outstanding in the two mile event and the high jump, respectively. Both were named to the All-Hockomock Team. The team also did very well in the New Eng- land Championships with Kevin Tremblay placing fifth in the overall standings. Coach Charlie Ayotte and his assistant, Jim Todd, both look forward to an even better season next year. O Top right, Bops ' Track team, first row: Coach Char- lie Ayotte, Captains Dave Larson and Kevin Tremb- lay. Second row; Manager Lenny Harmon, Greg McKinnon, Todd Vigorito, Brian Wilde, Kurt Kum- mer, John Bedard, Todd Grosse, John Delbonis. Third row: Mike Violet, Mike Dupelle, Blake Udel- son, Tom Onoyan, Bruce Hall, Mike Plumb, Bren- dan Bannon. Fourth row: Tom Dumaine, Ashish Parikh, Brian Silva, Peter Olivier, Mike Hanley, Steve Drotts, Gerry Lacasse, Dan Rollins, Mike Mc- Carthy. Fifth row: Dave Champagne, Eric Beard, Craig Pepi, Tony Derosa, Scott LaFratta, Liam Clancy, Todd Buckley, Chris Cornetta. Sixth Row: Derek Hayes, John Brunelli, Chris Paradis, Robert Edwards, Kevin Murphy, Glenn Pasquel, Mike Horl- bogen, Neal Pitman, Phillip Hughes. Center right: Beth Hanley glances ahead to the finish line. Center far right: Bruce Hall prepares to jump. Bottom right: Mike Hanley and Craig Pepi fight for position. Bottom far right: Karen Violet paces out her race. SPRING TRACK Under the direction of Coaches Steve Robertson and Dwight Estey, the Girls’ Track team completed its most successful season ever. Captains Andrea Pettengil and Sue Burns lead the team to another Hockomock championship, their fifth in the last six years. They have an overall record of 58- 3-1 in that time period. North had four qual ifiers to the New Eng- land Track and Field Championships. Melody Johnson was entered in the 4x100 meter relay, 100 meter run, and shotput event. Kelly Magnan was entered in the 4x100 meter relay and the discus. Debbie Schromm and Karen Pearce par- ticipated in the 4x100 relay also. The team placed second in that competition. In addition the team broke twelve school records and placed second in the State Class Meet, the State Relays, and the South Shore Track Meet. The power of the team is evidenced by the fact that eight team members were elected to the All-Hockomock Team and the team’s average win margin was 47 points. Those elected to the Hockomock Team were: Debbie Schromm, Karen Pearce, Kelly Magnan, Melody Johnson, Melissa Golembewski, Beth McCann, Amy Caldwell, and Tara Reece. With the loss of just five letter seniors and the return of most of the top scorers, the team is expected to continue its success under the leadership of captains Beth Hanley, Lori Karpinski, and Debbie Schromm. Top left: Dave Larson pushes for victory. Top right: Caryn Fellmann ■ over another hurdle. Center left: Andrea Pettengill crosses the finish line. Center right: John Delbonis passes a competitor. Left, Girls’ Track team, first row: Captains Andrea Pettengill, Sue Burns, Amy Caldwell. Second row: Angie Colletto, Liz Dromski, Kelley Hainey, Leslie Schricker, Beth McCann, Bonnie Wheeler, Tricia Scarlatelli. Third row: Kathy McNeil, Kim Gayton, Lori Karpinski, Tara Reece, Debbie Schromm, An- drea Spencer, Beth Hanley, Mariellen Pestana, Kim Lennox. Fourth row: Linda Hurder, Tina Pereira, Kim Gardner, Lisa Hjerpe, Karen Pearce, Beth Pfefferle, Lynne Larocque, Melissa Golembewski. Fifth row: Kelly Magnan, Melody Johnson, Kristen LeBlanc, Crissy Croteau, Caryn Newman, Lisa Par- ent, Heidi Hill. Sixth row: Lori Higginbotham, Beth Livingstone, Kar en Violet, Tracy Udelson, Amy Le- gendre, Linda Wheeler. Seventh row: Tracy Elliott, Kristen Violet, Pam Difiore, Cathy Onoyan, Karen Smith. Eighth row.- Sue Billingkoff, Kelly Achin, Kim Babb, Jennifer O’Brien, Paula Cazzero. i SPRING TRACK 85 L « ■ Top left: Melody Johnson wins another race! Top center: Doreen Cotter hurls her javelin. Top right: Greg McKinnon receives some advice from Coach Charlie Ayotte. Above left: Jim Onoyan stretches for victory. Above center: Brendan Bannon moves down the track. Above right: Beth Pfefferle and Andrea Spencer finish their race. Right: Mike Plumb sprints over the line for first place! 86 SPRING TRACK Top left: John Bedard prepares his toss. Top center: Todd Grosse shows his Olympic form. Top right: Kevin Griswold grunts with his effort. Above left: Linda Wheeler in winning form. Above center: Amy LeGendre gives her best shot. Above right: Blake Udelson rounds the second cor- ner of the track. Left: Andrea Pettengill lines up for her race. SPRING TRACK 87 Tennis Girls’ team shows strength The Girls’ Tennis team, coached by Mar- cia Connors and captained by Debbie Gaudette and Sharon France, won their first matches in three years. Showing strong improvement were Sue Joy, at first singles, and Derri Everton, at third singles. Sue Joy’s record of 10-6 won her a position on the Hockomock League All- Star Team. Derri Everton, at 11-5, won the most points for the team. The girls ended the season with a 7-9 overall re- cord. Many of the matches lost were by a 2-3 score. Next year should see the girls vying for a place in the Sectional Cham- pionships. Sue Joy will captain the team next year. The Boys’ Tennis team, coached by John Wood, and captained by Ronald Llacuna, was not as successful this year as in the past. Due to a loss of seniors the young team lacked experience but showed great improvement as the season went on. Jeff Redding was elected captain for next year. Top, Boys’ Tennis team: Coach John Wood, Jeff Brunelle, Kevin Fuller, Dean Nelson, Steve Dow- giala, Sean Poirier, Jeff Redding, Ron Llacuna. Left: Sean Poirier, “Don ' t sweat it!” Center: Linda Hallahan with the great return! Right: Debbie Gaudette, “Isn’t this a bit low to return?” 88 TENNIS Top left. Girls’ Tennis team, left column: Jennifer Rego, Derri Everton, Sue Joy, Debbie Gaudette, Linda Hallahan, Joellen Burns. Right column: Shar- on France, Katrin Anderson, Debbie Feid, Rebecca Robidoux, Rhonda Flallal, Kristin Stone, Dawn Per- koski. Top right: Kevin Fuller, “Why do they put that net in the way?” Far left: Derri Everton, " Very simple; see!” Left: Jeff Redding has his own style. Above: Ron Llacuna, “Watch this guys!” TENNIS 89 M. m a Cheerleading Give a cheer for North Pride The cheerleading squads all had a great time cheering for their teams this year. The football, basketball and soccer squads were chosen in April, and the girls spent the summer practicing and getting ready for the upcoming seasons. Both the football and soccer squads at- tended summer camps. For placing first at their camp, the football squad was in- vited to the Nationals in Lansing, Michi- gan during late August. Money was raised and the trip took place. It was a super way to kick off the sdason. Mrs. Jeannette Battista was the advisor for the football squad for her eighth year. Newcomers Betsy Croteau and Maureen Clancy coached the soccer and basketball squads, respectively. Beth McCann cap- tained the football and competition squads. Tricia Scarlatelli led the basket- ball squad, and Kris Brauner and Heidi Garito led the soccer girls. The competition squad, coached by Mrs. Battista and Mrs. Croteau, continued to prove themselves as one of the best teams in the state. Starting off the season, the girls took first place at the first annual Hockomock League Cheerleading Com- petition. They took first place at Somer- ville, Agawam, Chicopee and David Prouty. They also won the Grand Cham- pion Trophy in Agawam. Second place trophies were won at Smith Academy and Franklin High. The girls worked hard, and it was all worth it! Top, Soccer Cheerleaders, first row: Lisa Nichol- son, Kris Brauner, Elaine Porter. Second row: Lisa MacDonald, Linda Loiselle, Derri Everton, Debbie Walton. Third row: Chris Fowler, Caryn Fellman, Christy Raymond, Lisa Connelly. Far Right, Cheerleaders, first row: Lori Karpinski, Darlene Ashworth, Amy Caldwell, Tricia Scarlatelli. Second row: Cathy Brunelle, Rhonda Burns, Sue Burns. Rise to the occasion. Right: Tricia Scarlatelli at her cutest. II 1 90 CHEERLEADERS Top left: Derri Everton, Kathy Brunelle, Rhonda Burns, Lisa Nicholson, Tricia Scarlatelli. Life is but a rainbow. Above: Tricia Scarlatelli: still at her cutest. Left, Basketball Cheerleaders, first row: Lisa Nich- olson, Tricia Scarlatelli, Derri Everton. Second row: Rhonda Burns, Amy Caldwell, Cathy Brunelle, Beth Nardelli. Top right: Rhonda Burns gives her all for the rocke- teers. CHEERLEADERS 91 Top: Derri Everton, “Is it gonna hurt?” Top right. Competition Cheerleaders, first row: Christy Raymond, Derri Everton, Caryn Fellman, Linda Loiselle. Second row: Cathy Brunelle, Lori Karpinski, Tricia Scarlatelli, Beth Nardelli, Darlene Ashworth, Beth McCann, Amy Caldwell, Bonnie Wheeler, Sue Burns, Rhonda Burns, Kristen LeB- lanc. Above: Rhonda Burns, space cadet! Above center: Cathy Brunelle, “Can we talk?!” Above right: Lori Karpinski prays for inspiration. Right: Darlene Ashworth, “I can’t unglue my fin- gers!” Far right: Lisa Nicholson, “Is this a big enough smile?” CHEERLEADERS Top left: Beth McCann, “The one that got away was this big. Above: Kristen LeBlanc, Cathy Brunelle, Beth McCann, Sue Burns, Tricia Scarlatelli, Rhonda Burns, Bonnie Wheeler, and Darlene Ashworth. All present and accounted for. Left, Football Cheerleaders, first row: Terry Kirsch- baum, Tricia Scarlatelli, Sue Burns, Beth Nardelli. Second row: Bonnie Wheeler, Beth McCann, Amy Caldwell, Darlene Ashworth. Third row: Cathy Brunelle, Lori Karpinski, Rhonda Burns, Kristen LeBlanc. CHEERLEADERS 93 Powderpuff Senior Sharks do it again This year’s Powderpuff Game was won by the Senior Sharks by a score of 16-8. The class of ’84 is only the second class in Powderpuff history to win the game two years in a row. Scoring for the seniors were Margaret Connolly, Sue Burns and Amy Caldwell. The lone junior scorer was Tara Reece. In spite of some tough defense by the juniors, the seniors dominated the entire game and once again showed their never- ending class and style. Top right: Beth McCann and Robynn Tatupu, “Maybe I can run around her.” Right: Carl Mitchell, “1 can’t believe she did that.” Far right: Senior cheerleaders, “Where are your underalls?” Below left: Junior Jets listen to some helpful hints. Below right: Russell Labonte observes the action. I 94 POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL ( ' •p 14 ‘ k te r " VJi r. , Top left: Peggy Levin, Diana Lewis and Cami Nel- son, “Why is she running the long way?” Center left: Don Gaskin, “Look Mom, no cavities!” Below: Todd Grosse and Todd Croteau, “All their shoe laces are tied together.” Bottom left: Paul McNamee, “Just pretend you’re driving; go about 15 feet and take a left ...” Bottom right. Senior Sharks’ cheerleaders: Thom Freeman, Todd Vigorito, Don Gaskin, John Del- bonis, Pete Inglese, and Ron Gayton. POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL 95 Fisher-Kelley Banquet Athletes of the class of 1984 were hon- ored at the sixty-third annual Fisher-Kel- ley Banquet on May 22, 1984. Besides the seniors being honored, parents, ad- ministrators, coaches, faculty members and special guests gathered at the Elk’s Home in North Attleboro for dinner and the presentation of awards and plaques. The guest speaker was Neal Poirier, a 1962 North High graduate and the holder of thirteen varsity letters. The most prestigious award, the Dr. Mau- rice L. Grant Award, was presented to senior Steve Gaumond. This award is giv- en to a senior athlete of high scholastic acheivement. The Thomas Bury Football Award went to Frank Strachan. 9 Top right: John Crock, Frank Strachan and Mark Gaboury, “Hurry up! My tie is choking me!” Above: Don Lander receives his well earned award. Right: Steve Gaumond, “I can’t believe I got the award!” Far right: Todd Vigorito is handed an award by Mr. Kelley. 96 FISHER KELLEY BANQUET ttl Scoreboard of the 83-’84 year 1 cif ' if ' rk ' w 1 Varsity Junior Varsity Game II 1 11 NA 0pp. NA 0pp. NA Opp. NA Opp. Blackstone- Millville 1 0 - Sharon 4 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 Franklin 0 1 0 3 2 8 0 2 Oliver Ames 5 0 5 0 ■ - King Philip 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 4 Stoughton 1 3 0 0 2 0 Foxboro 0 3 0 2 0 4 0 5 Bellingham 0 1 - - Canton - - - - 1 2 - - W-6 L-6 T-2 W-3 L-6 T-1 ... I GOLF t " ' ■ — Match I Match II NA Opp. NA Opp. King Philip 31 2 21 2 1 5 Oliver Ames 2 4 1 2 5 V 2 Stoughton 2 4 3 Y 2 2 1 2 Foxboro 4 2 31 2 21 2 Mansfield V 2 5 V 2 41 2 11 2 Canton 3 3 41 2 IV 2 Franklin 2 4 - Sharon 5 1 6 0 W-8 L-6 T-1 FIELD HOCKEY EH - ' Varsity Junior Varsity Game I II 1 II NA Opp. NA OPP. NA Opp. NA Opp. King Philip 4 0 2 0 - - - . Norton 2 1 - - - - Oliver Ames 1 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 Stoughton 1 1 0 4 0 0 3 0 Sharon 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Foxboro 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 Franklin 2 0 0 0 - Mansfield 1 2 1 3 1 1 0 4 Canton 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 3 w- ■5 L-8 T-4 W-1 L-7 T-4 SCORES 97 ] SPRING TRACK C Girls’ Boys’ NA Opp. NA Opp. Bishop Feehan 68 50 - - Attleboro 84 34 - - King Philip 92 26 57 83 Foxboro 79 39 491 2 951 2 Seekonk 62 56 - - Norwell 65 53 - - Stoughton 91 27 68 77 Canton 751 2 421 2 89 55 Oliver Ames 97 21 64 80 Franklin 88 30 114 31 Mansfield 97 21 81 64 Sharon 90 271 2 63 82 w-12 L-0 W-3 L-5 3 CROSS COUNTRY i— ' " I. .ZTZ IT Boys’ Girls’ NA Opp. NA Opp. Franklin 19 42 15 50 Canton 19 41 23 33 King Philip 15 40 19 36 Sharon 26 30 22 35 Mansfield 19 40 15 50 Oliver Ames 25 30 18 41 Stoughton 27 29 16 47 Foxboro 29 26 15 46 W-7 L-1 W-8 L-0 98 SCORES ] GIRLS’ BASKETBALL C Varsity Junior Varsity NA Opp NA Opp NA Opp NA Opp Bishop Feehan 22 49 32 61 28 35 Mansfield 51 29 37 45 35 25 53 25 King Philip 34 29 42 41 41 25 24 12 Oliver Ames 48 63 37 47 24 41 29 26 Stoughton 40 42 46 70 29 18 38 12 Sharon 45 58 38 62 20 31 37 22 Foxboro 25 59 20 44 26 29 33 31 Franklin 43 47 44 66 31 26 36 23 Canton 38 64 47 63 32 39 40 39 Mansfield 44 50 w-3 L-16 W-12 L-5 iiifc.- . • I BOYS’ BASKETBALL Game Varsity I Game II Game I Junior Varsity Game II NA Opp. NA Opp. NA Opp. NA Opp. Attleboro 44 37 58 57 63 43 53 40 King Philip 42 40 55 61 58 50 62 42 Stoughton 44 56 53 51 59 50 63 49 Oliver Ames 58 54 46 71 63 36 56 59 Sharon 64 43 73 68 48 42 53 54 Foxboro 44 49 56 59 47 62 58 59 Franklin 39 38 56 62 67 51 54 43 Mansfield 46 51 70 50 61 22 38 39 Canton 54 53 38 74 57 45 47 41 Bishop Feehan 73 W-11 64 L-8 38 W-13 50 L-6 SCORES GYMNASTICS Game I Game 11 NA 0pp. NA 0pp. Sharon 96.9 118.6 99.2 126.9 King Philip 98.5 96.45 105.45 102.95 Foxboro 111.3 105.2 95.1 96.2 Canton 99.4 119.7 102.7 109.85 Stoughton 111.1 97.3 103.4 93.9 W-5 L-5 FOOTBALL Varsity Junior Varsity NA 0pp. NA 0pp. Bishop Feehan 12 7 16 6 Sharon 12 6 8 12 Foxboro 15 17 16 20 Stoughton 17 8 28 6 King Philip 31 • 8 16 0 Franklin 8 22 18 6 Canton 32 6 6 8 Mansfield 28 12 26 0 Oliver Ames 13 0 6 14 Attleboro 33 0 6 0 W-8 L-2 W-6 L-4 Freshman scores unavailable 100 SCORES Boys’ Game 1 Game II Game 1 Girls’ Game II NA Opp. NA Opp. NA Opp. NA Opp. King Philip 0 5 0 5 4 1 5 0 Canton 0 5 3 2 0 5 1 4 Franklin 2 3 2 3 3 2 4 1 Mansfield 1 4 1 4 5 0 4 1 Foxboro 0 5 0 5 2 3 2 3 Sharon 0 5 0 5 2 3 5 0 Stoughton 0 5 0 5 1 4 1 4 Oliver Ames 3 2 1 4 2 3 4 1 W-2 L-14 SOFTBALL Game I Game II NA Opp. NA Opp. King Philip 11 1 10 5 Bishop Feehan 11 20 - - Attleboro 11 3 8 9 Oliver Ames 25 1 15 12 Sharon 18 14 14 9 Foxboro 11 3 15 6 Franklin 2 5 2 4 Stoughton 10 3 9 11 Mansfield 11 3 4 5 Canton 9 7 6 13 W-12 L-7 BASEBALL Game I Game 11 NA Opp. NA Opp. King Philip 3 6 6 2 Attleboro 6 4 - - Bishop Feehan 3 8 3 0 Oliver Ames 3 9 3 1 Sharon 4 12 6 8 Foxboro 8 5 5 3 Franklin 5 1 4 12 Stoughton 3 12 3 12 Mansfield 10 5 4 3 Canton 8 W-11 W-1 4 L-8 3 2 Junior Varsity finished the year with 14 wins available. and 6 losses. Their scores were not SCORES 101 102 SPORTS CANDIDS SPORTS GANOIDS 103 activities on the rise On August 1, 1983, while other students were still enjoying summer vacation, the staff of the 1984 Northern Light met to begin to organize itself for another year of hard work. By the end of that meeting the editorial staff had been organized. Headed by Co-Editors Nancy Fallocco and Maureen Bucklin the editorial staff included seniors Diane Cotter and Thom Freeman, juniors Sakina Samma, Kim Lennox, and Derri Everton, sophomores David Lagasse, Heidi Hill and Lauren Mandell. Early in September the staff began to meet weekly on Thursday afternoons. After many hours of brainstorming, the theme of “On the Rise” was chosen for the 1984 Northern Light. Once the theme was chosen, each editor was as- signed a staff and the pages started roll- ing. Through the hard work and dedication of the staff, the advisors, Jean Giarrusso and Jane Gallotta, and Josten’s yearbook representative, Dan Smith, this yearbook was produced. 9 Yearbook “On the Rise” Top, yearbook staff members, first row: Steve Eng- land, Derri Everton, Lauren Mandell, Al Girard. Second row: David Lagasse, Diane Cotter, Steve Christensen, Nancy Falocco and Heidi Hill. 106 YEARBOOK Opposite page, center left: Derri Everton, “I can see now ... a finished yearbook.” Opposite page, bottom left: David Lagasse, “Since when is football filed under Model Senate?” Opposite page, bottom right: Heidi Hill thinking of a new layout plan. This page, top left, yearbook staff, first row: Julie Cambridge, Jocelyn Lacasse, Kathy Onoyan, Tracy Jewett, Nancy Falocco, Maureen Bucklin, Sakina Samma. Second row: Erin Cody, Kerrin Sloan, Jen- nifer Fellmann, Lori Karpinski, Cheryl Hughes, Ro- chelle Hannon, Debbie Greene. Third row: Heidi Hill, Joanne Barry, Diane Cotter, Lynn Davis, Ka- trin Anderson, Diane Flamand, Derri Everton, Lori Chabot, Debbie Schromm, Kim Lennox. Fourth row: A Girard, Steve England, Sharon France, Beth McCann, Kathy McNeil. Fifth row: Steve Christen- sen, Lori Estrella, Beth Quackenbush, David La- gasse. This page, top right: Derri Everton, “And they think 1 know how to do this?” This page, far left: Maureen Bucklin, “All you need is a cropper!” This page, left: Sakina Samma, “1 wonder if I can Xerox this yearbook for next year?” This page, above: Lauren Mandell and her artistic masterpiece. YEARBOOK 107 Art Club Big Apple highlights activities The Art Club officers, Lee-Ann Childs, president; Kevin Fuller, vice-president; Linda Duckworth, secretary; and Rhaina Paradis, treasurer; together with advisor. Miss Carolyn Wachta, planned a busy year. Beth McCann and Lynne Hussey served as public relations for the club. The climax of the year for the Art Club members was their annual 2-day trip to New York City. It started out early . . . 6:15 A.M. from Triboro Plaza and contin- ued by train into the “Big Apple”. A subway ride brought us into Times Square and to our destination, the Mil- ford Plaza Hotel. The afternoon was spent at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, viewing art and people. The evening brought us to the James Theatre where we saw the play “On Your Toes”, a love story, ballet and comedy all rolled into one show. We, again, enjoyed the company of the Drama Club members and shared with them a tour of Lincoln Center the follow- ing day. The group had a fantasti c time and began organizing for next year’s events on the train ride home. We’re hoping to conquer the bake sale syndrome with a parent’s organization that could help significantly in fund raising activities. A special thanks to Ann Rollins and Nor- man Grise, parents who helped chaper- one the New York trip, and to Miss Wachta for advising another year. Top right. Officers, Public Relations, Lynne Hussey, and Beth McCann; Secretary, Linda Duckworth; Treasurer, Rhaina Paradis. Below, Art Club members, first row: Erin Cody, Diane Cotter, Jennifer Fellmann, Patty DeMarco, Julie Grise, Gail Burns; Second row: Paul Holbrook, Laurie Chabot, Sakina Samma, Debbie Arabian, Beth McCann, Lynne Hussey, Amy Caldwell; Third row. Beth Quackenbush, Kacy Achin, Cheryl Grant, Rhaina Paradis, Lori Higginbotham, Linda Duck- worth, Tracey Jewett, Carolyn Duckworth; Fourth row: Michelle Feid, Lisa Grady, Cindy Collette, Debbie Nowell, Cheryl Hughes, Tara Rypka, Deb- bie Greene, Rochelle Hannon, Gretchen Eliason, Wendy Kelleher, Patty Considine, Carol Gray, Don- na Leavitt, Peggy Levin, Camille Nelson. Below right: “Can you figure out what it is?” 108 ART CLUB ■ . - iT Top: “Hey, who let the colors run together?” Center left: “All right, who did it?” Center right: Robyn Mobriant and Anna Spadoni, “And they say we don’t contribute.” Far left: Lee-Ann Childs explaining the human skel- eton. Left: Art Club and Drama Club members in New York: Wendy Kelliher, Kacy Achin, Jenny Boltz, Steve England, Darrell Johnson, kneeling, Kurt An- derson. i ART CLUB 109 Awards Assembly Recognizing acheivement On May 10th the annual Awards Assem- bly took place. Mr. Whitty and Honor Society president, Kathie Schaeberle, gave the opening remarks. Presenting the awards were Dr. Olivier for Humanities, Miss Cobb for Theatre Arts, Mrs. Thi- bault for Latin, Mr. Platt for Music, Mr. Slowe for Business and Occupational Education, and Mr. Flannery for Distribu- tive Education. Jeff Shaw and Kathie Schaeberle were named valedictorian and salutatorian re- spectively for the Class of 1984. Lynne Alix received both the Brown Book Award for excellence in English and the Renselaer Medal for excellence in Math and Science. The D.A.R. Good Citizen Award was presented to Kacy Achin. Thom Freeman was commended for be- ing chosen as a Century 111 Leader Pro- gram winner. Honor Society officers announced their new members at this time. Class presi- dents read the names of those students in their respective classes who had made highest honors for at least one term this year. Also commended were those stu- dents who were part of the 1984 Merit Scholarship program. Top: Mr. Pickering, Mr. Whitty, Valedictorian Jeff Shaw and Salutatorian Kathie Schaeberle. Far right: Tim Rioux accepts a DECA award from Mr. Flannery. Right: Lynne Alix receives the Renselaer Medal. 110 AWARDS ASSEMBLY ■ iT Top far left: Mr. Pickering presents Kacy Achin with the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award. Top left: Sue Burns receives an award for excel- lence in physical education. Above left: Steve Delfino accepts an award for academic excellence. Above: Mm Veilleux receives an award for excelling in physical education. Left: Class officers, Lori Karpinski and Kacy Achin and Honor Society officers, Debbie Gaudette, Diane Cotter, Nancy Falocco and Kathie Schaeberle pre- pare to make announcements. i AWARDS ASSEMBLY 111 College Bowl Vindicates an earlier defeat from Foxboro The 1983-84 College Bowl Team was a strong one! Chet Dobro, Charles McGill, Mike Violet, Steve Delfino, Thom Free- man and Lynne Alix had an impressive 3- 1 record for the year. Two home matches and two away match- es made up the season. Middleboro was crushed in the first match, here at N.A.H.S., when our team beat them by over 250 points. Foxboro defeated us at Foxboro after North led by 100 points in the first half. The next match at Middle- boro was another easy victory for the North Attleboro scholars, who coasted to a win of over 100 points. The final match, according to some ob- servers, was the most exciting ever played here at N.A.H.S. With one ques- tion to go and the score tied at 240 with arch rival Foxboro, Chuck McGill hit the button and answered “catharsis” to a question about classical drama. Our team subsequently answered the bonus ques- tion and vindicated its earlier defeat from a great Foxboro team. Vin Baldasaro was coordinator and home master of ceremonies. Top: College Bowl team members Thom Freeman, Chet Dobro. Steve Delfino, Mike Shepard. Not pic- tured: Lynne Alix, Chuck McGill, Mike Violet. Middle: College Bowl team thinking up a storm. Bottom: Chet Dobro, Mrs. Joy and Miss Bedard participating in a student-faculty challenge of Trivial Pursuit. 112 COLLEGE BOWL Seniors are Leaders The Physical Education Leaders are a group of senior athletes who work with physical education teachers in their gym classes. The seniors receive credit for their work and teachers benefit from their assistance, p Below, Physical Education Leaders, first row: Steve Gaumond, John Delbonis, Diane Savard, Michelle Robidoux, Sharon France, Laura Brunell, Kris Zei- gerbel, Jeff Cobb, Jim Johnson, Sue Burns. Second row: Todd Grosse, Peter Inglese, Tyler Falcone, Mark Rosbach, John Holden, Matt Albertini, Amy Caldwell, Patty Butterworth, Debbie Gaudette, Todd Belham, Dave Lanci. Third row: John Nelson, Don Lander. Fourth row: Jim Veillieux. Left, Intramural Volleyball Champs: Jim Johnson, Todd Grosse, Steve Gaumond, Kurt Kummer, John Holden, Jim Veillieux, Kevin Tremblay, Frank Stra- chan, Glenn Meyer. PHYS ED LEADERS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS 113 DECA The Distributive Education Club at North High offers students the opportunity to get some first hand business experience. This year, under the direction of advisor, William Flannery DECA students ran Ralph’s Corner Store and sold advertising contracts for the 1984 Northern Light. On October 22nd, DECA students went to the State Leadership Conference at Ma nsfield High. On February 4th and 5th, twenty-six DECA students participat- ed in district competitions with nine NAHS students qualifying for state com- petition. The nine qualifiers were Darlene Ashworth, Kim Hathaway, Todd Belham, Paul Henry, Dave Lanci, Tim Rioux, Joe Calligan, John Champagne, and Dave Se- vigny. DECA had two chapters this year. Offi- cers of the Senior Blue Chapter were: Dave Lanci, president; Todd Belham, vice-president; Caroline Croke, secre- tary; Ricky Lewis, treasurer. Officers of the Senior Gold Chapter were; Robin Skawinski, president; Beth Nardelli, vice- president; Glenn Meyer, treasurer; Sonya Apt, secretary. 9 First Hand Experience TEaMNOTO-X ... fnot 1 9 114 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PI . Vr rnmt Opposite page, top, DEC A officers, first row: Todd Belham, Beth Nardelli, David Lanci, Darlene Ash- worth. Second row: Dave Potter, Glenn Meyer, Robin Skawinski, Caroline Croke. Opposite page, bottom, DECA members, first row: Kim Hathaway, Patty Considine, Darlene Ash- worth, Beth Nardelli, Robin Skawinski, Nancy O’Connor, Kim Ressler, Caroline Croke, Laura Tar- rie, Shonda Ducharme. Second row: Donald Pesce, Ryan Lawrence, David Lanci, Glenn Meyer, Dave Potter, Todd Belham, Steve Howlett, Tim Rioux, Jim Fortune. Top left: Advisor Bill Flannery, “The school’s burn- ing down??!’’ Middle: Mr. Flannery and DECA members at the Conservation Fair in Mansfield, “1 think North Attle- boro is in that direction.” Bottom left: A sale on granola bars at Ralph’s Cor- ner. Below: Paul Whitney, “This is the smile that attracts all the customers.” i DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 115 Drama club Students light up the stage Miss Judith Cobb, drama club advisor, led the club through another successful year. Helping her were the club’s officers: President, Debbie Arabian; Vice-president, Lauren Mandell; Secretary, Kurt Anderson; Treasurer, Lee-ann Childs (replacing John Stolworthy); and Scribe, Heidi Hill. The Drama Club was soon busy working on their fall production of Thornton Wilder’s “The Skin of Our Teeth’’. Under Miss Cobb’s direction, a cast consisting of students, faculty, parents and alumni staged two successful performances on November 18 and 19. Outside participants were Marie and John Arabian, Mark and Pat Anderson, Doug Greene, Freda Dobro, Mark Holmes and Carina Harrison. On February 4, 1984, three student directed one act plays were performed. “The Bald Soprano’’, directed by Kurt Anderson, “Loose Ends”, directed by Chet Dobro, and “The Queen of France”, co-directed by Jennifer Boltz and Stephen Fuller, were judged by members of the local art community. “The Bald Soprano” received the Best Play award; John Stolworthy was named Best Actor for his performance in “Loose Ends”; Lee-ann Childs was named Best Actress for her role in “The Bald Soprano”; and Stephen Fuller received the Best Technical award for outstanding technical achievement. Also awarded were three Distinguished Performance medals to Chet Dobro, Ric Golembewski and Lauren Mandell. The festival gained exposure through U.A. Columbia’s broadcast of a documentary on “The Bald Soprano”. The spring musical production of “Bells are 13 and 14. Debbie Arabian and Kurt An- derson led a cast which consisted of many seniors, all of whom were happy to end their high school drama careers on a high note. Ringing” was staged at N.A.H.S. on April In the fall, drama students took part in workshops at the New England Theatre conference, held at the Biltmore Plaza in Providence. The Drama Club made trips to Trinity Square theatre and joined the Art Club in April for a trip to New York City where they attended a Broadway show. On June 8, 1984, the members of the International Thespian Society held their annual banquet, induction and awards ceremony. The inductees, who had accu- mulated at least on hundred hours of ex- cellent theatrical work were Heidi Ander- son, Jenny Boltz, Lea Deschenes, Ric Go- lembewski, Laurie Housman, Darrell Johnston and Brian Saulnier. 116 DRAMA CLUB L I Top left: Jason Heywood, Pat Anderson, and Melis- sa Golembewski, “1 can’t believe that I’m sitting next to an elephant!” Above: Debbie Arabian, “Watch out or I’ll zap you with my super slingshot. Far left: Steve Fuller, “Don’t look now, Steve, but I think you’re in trouble!” Above left: Chris Abies, old at the age of 16. Left, Drama Club members, first rou : Beth Culp, Lisa McAvoy, Ric Colembewski, Lisa Jo Megna, Barbara Culp, Steve England, Darrell Johnston, Lea Deschenes, Eileen McAfee. Second roiv: Mike Saul- nier, John Stolworthy, Chris Abies, Kurt Anderson, Rachael Ferrera, Erin Cody, Kristine Baumhoff, Lauren Mandell, Heidi Anderson, Jennifer Boltz, Laurie Housman, Margie Twiraga. Third row: Steve Fuller, Debbie Arabian, Heidi Hill, Melissa Colem- bewski. Opposite page, top right: Mike Saulnier, Debbie Arabian, “Now this won’t hurt a bit.” Opposite page, center: Officers Heidi Hill, Kurt Anderson, Debbie Arabian, Lauren Mandell, Chris Abies. Opposite page, bottom left: Kurt Anderson doing what he does best. Opposite page, bottom right: Miss Cobb, “Say what?” i DRAMA CLUB 117 Top left: Lori Housman, Darrell Johnston, “Not bad, not bad at eill.” Middle: Lee-ann Childs, Lori Housman, Cindy Swenson, Darrell Johnston, Ric Golembewski, “That’s it! Back to the agency with you!” Above: Stephen Fuller, Debbie Arabian, “Not bad for $1.89 huh?” Middle right: John Stolworthy, Heidi Anderson, “I wonder what would happen if ” Right: Lauren Mandell, “You want me to do it?” 118 DRAMA CLUB Top left: Debbie Arabian, Kurt Anderson, “Ay yae yae!” Top right: iohn Stolworthy, Kurt Anderson, Debbie Arabian, Steve England, Stephen Fuller, “Guys, watch out! I’m going to fall apart.” Above left: Darrell Johnston, “Make that ham on rye, hold the mayo.” Above center: Melissa Golembewski, Kurt Ander- son, Lisa Jo Megan, “Am 1 a popular guy or what?” Above: Steve England, “Would you believe this is pepsi cola?” Left: Cindy Swenson, Lee-Ann Childs, Barbara Culp, Erin Cody, “Don’t look, but did you see that guy?” DRAMA 119 ' Daddy’s Little Girl” On January 28, 1984, the Student Coun- cil held its 10th annual Father Daughter Dance, the theme being “Daddy’s Little Girl”. Dinner was a hot and cold buffet, catered by Mother’s, and rounded off by a deli- cious assortment of pastries for dessert. Valente music provided a variety of tunes ranging from the favorites of the younger generation to the parents’ favorite oldies. All in all this year’s Father Daughter Dance proved to be great enjoyment for all. Bottom right: Pam DeFiore, “What’s going on over there?” Right: “Am I holding her correctly?” Bottom middle: Mr. Savard and Diane: “Let’s really get into this now, Diane.” Bottom left: Maureen Bucklin and Dad: “This cer- tainly doesn’t look like cafeteria food, Dad.” Below: Linda Rijo, “Yes, we’re having a great time at this table. Can’t you tell?” 11 i I- % ,1 120 FATHER DAUGHTER DANCE Math League Delfino gets perfect score Once again this year NAHS students were given the opportunity to participate in the New England Math League. The League includes teams from 200 school systems which engage in monthly math- ematical contests. Each contest consists of six questions ranging in difficulty from Algebra to Pre- Calculus and lasts for 30 minutes. Each contest results in the selection of five team members whose scores are report- ed to the league for that month’s c ompe- tition. According to advisor Mary Clark twenty- one students took part in one or more of the competitions. The top scorers for North were: junior Steve Delfino, who had a perfect score on one test, and sen- iors Chester Dobro and Jeff Shaw. Left, Math League Members, first row: Steve Del- fino, Jeff Shaw. Second row: Rhaina Paradis, Cami Nelson, Peggy Levin. Bottom left: Jeff Shaw, Steve Delfino, Chet Dobro, “What is that theorem from Geometry about paral- lel lines?” Below: Math Club Advisor, Mary Clark. MATH LEAGUE 121 Homecoming Rocketeers blast Bombadiers The annual Homecoming football game was held on Thanksgiving Day, Novem- ber 20, 1983. Tracey Dean was elected Homecoming Queen while the court in- cluded seniors Kacy Achin, Sue Burns and Angie Colletto, juniors Stephanie Arns and Jill Gaudette, sophomores Chrissy Croteau and Kelly Magnum, and freshmen Holly Bishop and Kathy Phipps. The activities which began with a parade from the Knights of Columbus Hall to the high school consisted of the marching band, cheerleaders, and class floats. After careful thought, the judges award- ed first place to the juniors. Seniors placed second followed by sophomores and freshmen. On the field the Rocketeers were victori- ous over the Attleboro Bombadiers with a 33-6 win. The activities of the day pro- vided a memorable time for both specta- tors and participants. 9 Right: Senior Frank Strachan, looking for the ball. Below left: Sophomore Float, ‘‘North is it!” Below: The Homecoming queen and her court. Bottom Right: Freshmen Float, “We’re right on top!” 122 HOMECOMING Top left: Senior spirit rises high! Top right: Cein the Rocketeers hold their lead? Above left: Tracey Dean shows her North pride Above: On the track to victory. Left: Jim Johnson dodging Attleboro’s defense. HOMECOMING 123 Honor Society 30th Anniversary year This year’s National Honor Society en- joyed many activities. A canned food drive began the year, and tutoring under- graduates became an ongoing activity. Al- though the ski trip was cancelled, stu- dents kept busy serving as guides for par- ents’ night, hosting the annual awards ceremony and planning the annual Spring induction banquet. Several members, along with advisor Car- ol Duhamel, attended the leadership con- vention of Southeastern Massachusetts National Honor Society for the first time. It was held at Bentley College. This year the revision of the society’s National Constitution led to stricter in- duction regulations. However, North High still welcomed 14 seniors, 11 juniors and 7 sophomores as new members. They attended a breakfast hosted by the Chamber of Commerce on May 22nd. This year was special because North High celebrated its 30th anniversary as a chap- ter of the National Honor Society. To mark this event two honorary member- ships were given to Mrs. Martha Frutchey and Miss Elaine Bedard, who have contri- buted a total of 17 years of service to honor society. Overall, the honor society had an enjoy- able year and is looking forward to many more. Top right: Mrs. Duhamel welcomes the guests to the Induction Banquet. Above right: Honor Society Officers, Kathie Schae- berle. President, Nancy Falocco, Vice-president, Diane Cotter, Treasurer, Debbie Gaudette, Secre- tary, and Kacy Achin, Publicity Chairperson. Right, old members, first row: John Holden, Kathie Schaeberle, Steve Gaumond, Beth McCann, Sue Burns. Second row: Kelly Hainey, Nancy Falocco, Joanne Barry, Camille Nelson, Sue Joy, Debbie Greene, Rochelle Hannon, Beth Quackenbush, Hei- di Garito. Third row: Kevin Griswold, John Bedard, Dianne Cotter, Debbie Gaudette, Kacy Achin, Bren- don Bannon, Doug Richards, Mike Violet, Lynne Alix, Kevin Beaulieu, Brian Bannon, Jeff Shaw. ! 124 HONOR SOCIETY Top left: Newly inducted senior Honor Society members recite their oath. Top right: Mr. William Kelly presents a speech to the inductees. Above left: Honor Society officers begin the NAHS birthday celebration. Above right: New junior members are inducted. Left: Sophomore inductees are sworn in. I i HONOR SOCIETY 125 Latin Club Three silver The Latin Club at North High had an- other profitable year. Officers for 1983- 84 were Steve Gaumond, President, Erin Cody, Vice-president Secretary, and Lynne Alix, Treasurer. The annual bake sale held in November was a success, and in February members viewed the classic movie, “Spartacus”. North attended Junior Classics Day at Boston College on March 5. Students heard speakers and participated in semi- nars and contests. medals awarded Michael Saulnier placed second in the Latin III competition and Chester Dobro placed third for Latin IV. Also entered were Steve Delfino, Latin 1, and Michelle Plante, Latin II. North once again com- peted in the National Latin Test. Three silver medals were awarded to Lori Cha- bot, Chester Dobro and Lynne Alix. Another springtime activity was the view- ing of The Last Days of Pompeii, a made- for-television novel, presented on nation- al television and videotaped for the club. Overall, the Latin Club experienced an- other active and fun year. 9 Top: Mrs. Thibault, Lisa Grady, Beth Hanley, “Let’s see this menu. Should we have the lasagna or the spaghetti?” Middle, award winners on the National Latin exam, first row: Steve Delfino, Peggy Levin, Jennifer Boehling, Sean Poirier. Second row: Laurie Chabot, Diana Lewis, Beth Pfefferle, Karen Pearce, Kent Johnson, Sakina Samma. Bottom, members of the Latin Club, first row: Kris Svendsen, Kent Johnson, Marc Shepard, Stephanie Arns, Mike Harris, Rusty Pabst, Sean Poirier, Scan Buckley, Ashish Parikh, Dean Nelson, Randy Bou- tin, Chris Arns, Matt Lennox, Matt Cody, Mike Dion, Derek Hayes. Second row: Lynn McAfee, Beth Hanley, Laurie Chabot, Sakina Samma, Sue Joy, Erin Skeffington, Kelly Gaudctte, Kristen Vio- let, Karen Violet, Rosanne Achin, Gerry Ventri, Diane Flamand, Karen Boyd, Lynne Alix, Mike Vio- let, Michelle Robidoux, Lucy Leppert, Greg Houde. Third row: Debbie Schromm, Kathy Miller, Laurene Nigro, Michelle Plante, Diane Cotter, Erin Cody, Jennifer Fellmann, Kacy Achin, Beth Quackenbush, Sue Burns, Andrea Pettengill, Kathic Schaeberle, Lori Karpinski, Linda Hallahan, Cheryl Grant. Fourth row: Eric Charcst, Katrin Anderson, Eileen McAfee, Heather Amaral, Lisa McEvoy, Rosanna Varden, Kelly Redding, Tricia Scarlatelli, John Del- bonis, Beth McCann, Amy Caldwell, Lynne Hussey, Chris Shearer, Cathy Onoyan, Tina Pereira, Mariel- len Pestana. Fifth row: Chrissy Fowler, Missy Lan- gille, Diana Lewis, Michelle Feid, Lisa Grady, Matt Gould, Rochelle Hannon, Debbie Greene, Debbie Nowell, Kim Gardner, Lisa Hjerpe, Kathy Phipps, Michelle Garrow, Kerrin Corrigan, Lisa Connelly, Karen Pearce, Denise Lind, Beth Pfefferle. Sixth row: Steve Gaumond, Jim Johnson, Greg McKin- non, Peggy Levin, Nimesh Parikh, Peter Olivier, Dave Champagne, Kurt Anderson, Cheryl Hughes, Brenda Bryant, Lyn Newman, Sandy Bainton, Chris Pfefferle, Steve Delfino, Kim Lennox, Ron Bonen- fant, Jocelyn Lacasse, Roxanne Hebard, Tracy Westman. rWiA A n f)i 126 LATIN CLUB i Top left: Latin Club officers Steve Gaumond, Lynne Alix and Erin Cody. Top right: Sean Poirier and Mike Saulnier, “Wow! A dinner invitation from Julius Caesar!” Bottom: The Latin 111 class reads the mail which just arrived from Rome. i LATIN CLUB 127 Model Senate NAHS shows pride and determination This year the Hockomock Model Senate was held on April 12 and 13 at Oliver Ames High School. Joanne Barry chaired the Judiciary Com- mittee. Tom Grant, Chuck Heap, David Lagasse, Thom Freeman, Mike Shepard and Joanne Barry all sponsored bills that passed committee. Thom Freeman and Mike Shepard were able to debate their bill on the Senate floor on the second day. Their bill sup- ported the legalization of marijuana. The bill caused a lot of heated debate and was defeated by a very slim margin. Mr. Baldasaro, advisor to the group, thought this year’s delegation did an out- standing job. This was especially true when it came to defeating a bill from Canton which supported the withdrawal of the United States from the United Na- tions. North is just too good to be beaten! Below, Model Senate delegates: Joanne Barry, Tom Grant, Lauren Mandell, Mike Saulnier, David La- gasse, Thom Freeman, Mike Shepard, Sean Poirier and Chuck Heap. I ] » J V 128 MODEL SENATE Model UN Delegates represent Japan On December 12 Mr. Vincent Baldasaro accompanied thirteen members of his In- ternational Relations classes to the Bos- ton Sheraton for the annual Harvard Mo- del United Nations. The North Attelboro delegation repre- sented Japan this year and was fortunate enough to earn a position on the security council. Lynne Alix and Mike Violet re- ceived awards for their performance on this council. The delegates learned a great deal about international diplomacy, but they still found time for fun. In all the conference seemed to be a success as everyone left with expanded knowledge and the memo- ries of new found friendships. Right, Model UN delegates, first row; Erin Cody, Jennifer Fellmann, Patty DeMarco. Second row: Kerrin Sloan, Lynn Davis, Diane Cotter Cami Nel- son. Third row: Greg McKinnon, Mike Duppelle; Fourth row: Steve England, Kurt Anderson, Mike Violet, Lynne Alix. MODEL UN 129 I ' t Newspaper Keep your eye on the North Star The “North Star” had a very successful second year. Still young and developing, the staff worked hard to integrate all facets of the school’s activities and program. Different formats were tried and tested in order to find a working pattern for the paper. Some of these ideas included a series of student polls on punk music and soap operas, both which proved to be very popular. Front page stories investigated the school’s computer shortage, the lunch program, the junior prom and graduation. At Christmas over 120 personal ads were sold as a means to help support the paper. Personal interviews were conducted with Maria Horling, our visiting student from Sweden and Tracey Jewett, on her Olympic Torch run in Boston. “Random Sample” by Dr. Olivier was again a part of the paper with an interesting questionnaire that appeared in two consecutive issues, one for students, the other for parents. On the technical side, a foundation was initiated for the photography staff by Miss Wachta. Lessons were conducted on taking pictures, developing and printing. Layout was completed by her commercial art students. Miss Wachta advised for the second year and is already in preparation for 1984-85. Keep your eye on the “North Star”. 9 130 NEWSPAPER Opposite page, top right: Newspaper advisor, Caro- lyn Watchta. Opposite page, bottom left, newspaper staff, first row: Lauren Mandell, Carolyn Duckworth, Dean Nelson. Second row: Cami Nelson, Lynne Alix, Joellen Burns, Steve Delfino, Sean Poirier. Opposite page, bottom right: Joellen Burns, “I think this typewriter is eating my fingers!” Le L Joellen Burns, Carolyn Duckworth, and Steve Delfino hard at work on front page layout. Bottom left: Steve Delfino and Carolyn Duckworth. “Will the real typist please take over!” £0 TJ0N fourth THEME volume 2_ A ” dancinf i NEWSPAPER 131 I I I Student Advisory Committee The members of the Student Advisory Committee for 1983-84 were Kris Brauner, Darlene Ashworth, Amy Cald- well and Nancy Falocco. The members attend school committee meetings and act as liaisons between the student body and the administration. This year the committee arranged for the school bus drop-off system in the morn- ings to be done in a safer manner. Amy Caldwell and Nancy Falocco were also on the Southeastern Massachusetts Regional SAC. They attended monthly conventions where they learned about the legalities of the student handbook. Top: Student Advisory Committee members Dar- lene Ashworth, Amy Caldwell, Kris Brauner, Nancy Falocco. Bottom: Representatives of the Southeastern Mas- sachusetts Regional SAC Amy Caldwell and Nancy Falocco. 132 SAC 11 Health Fair North Attleboro High School held its first Health Fair on March 14. It was orga- nized by health teacher, Dwight Estey. Displays included North Attleboro fire fighters on safety and fire prevention, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Attle- boro Area, Alateen (Al-Anon), American Cancer Society, American Lung Associ- ation, Samaritan: Suicide Prevention Hot- line and many others. Due to the success of the event the Health Fair is expected to become an annual attraction. Top: Heidi Anderson, " What did you say my blood pressure was?” Middle: Karen Siluestri, “You want to recruit me?” Bottom left: Students ask questions at the Health Fair. Bottom right: Amy Legendre, " Hello, Hotline?” ( HEALTH FAIR 133 Kt • Student Council Serves School Under the direction of Mrs. Mary Clark and President Kris Brauner the Student Council completed a very successful year. Completing the slate of officers were: Jim Johnson, vice-president; Angie Colletto, secretary; Jill Gaudette, corre- sponding secretary; Frank Strachan, trea- surer; John Croteau, sergeant-at-arms. Senior class representatives were Dar- lene Ashworth and Todd Croteau. The junior class was represented by Brian Lithway, Bruce Hall, and Joe DiRenzo. Chrissy Fowler, Chris Keyes, and Kathy Brunell represented the sophomores. Early in October the freshman class elect- ed Kelly Achin, Sue Billingkoff and Kathie Phipps to the Council. The year began with the Council sponsor- ing freshman orientation and many and Community Homecoming and Thanksgiving activities. During the Christmas season, a “Santa Fund ” collection was taken and a food drive, “Food for Friends”, was held. In January the Council sponsored the big- gest Father-Daughter Dance ever. Over one thousand carnations were sold in the annual Valentine’s Day sale. A blood bank was hosted on March 7th followed by the annual St. Patrick’s Day Dance. In April members acted as guides for junior high school students as they toured the high school. When reviewing the service the Student Council provides, it becomes clear that it is one of North’s most active organiza- tions. Its advisor and current members are quite confident that it will continue to be active in serving the school. Top right: Kathy Brunell, Kathy Phipps, Krissy Brauner and Darlene Ashworth peek down from the second floor. Right: Jim Johnson helps out at the Blood Drive. Above. Student Council members: Angie Colletto, Jill Gaudette, Brian Lithway, Frankie Strachan, Todd Croteau, Jim Johnson, Joe Direnzo, Bruce Hall, Krissy Fowler, Chris Keyes, Kathy Brunell, Kelly Achin, Darlene Ashworth, Kathy Phipps and Krissy Brauner. 134 STUDENT COUNCIL m I Top left: Angie Collette helps at the Blood Drive. Top right: Council members meet to generate ideas. Center left: T m Johnson and Chris Keyes help orga- nize the Blood Drive. Above: “Kris, will this meeting ever end??” Left: Cheryl Hughes watches Debbie Greene. I STUDENT COUNCIL 135 Top, Computer Aides, first row: Brian Mulvey, Steve Delfino, Brendon Bannon. Second row: Chuck McGill, John Stolworthy, A.J. Spencer, Jim Murphy. Middle, Media Aides, first row: Anna Spadoni, Dar- lene Martell, Tammi DeBlois, Chris Burns. Second row: Chris Abells, Kris Pickering, A nn Marie Cleve- land, Charles Al-Amir. Bottom, Office Aides, first row: Rebecca Robidoux, Tracey Boyle, Lisa Jo Megan, Ann Marie Cleve- leind, Michelle DeWitt, Carleen Miller. Second row: Donna Justinski. 136 AIDES CANDIDS 137 i i Music New director. New Spirit The North Attleboro High School Music Department welcomed a new band direc- tor, Mr. Alyn H. Platt, last fall. Under his direction the music department expand- ed into many new areas. Members of the music department participated in a wide variety of activities, including workshops by the Empire Brass Quintet, percussion ensembles and Boston Symphony Or- chestra performances. The officers of the NAHS Band for the 1983-84 year were Christopher Reil, President; Douglas Richards, Vice-presi- dent; Debbie Greene, Treasurer; and Lynne Alix, Secretary. Drum Major for the marching band was Jennifer Boltz. Along with performing at all North Attle- boro football games, the bands also per- formed a Winter concert, Christmas pa- rade, Christmas caroling at nursing homes, pot-luck dinner concert, St. Pa- trick’s Day parade in South Boston, Spring concert. Memorial Day parade and North Attleboro High School com- mencement activities. The annual point- settia drive was also held which once again was profitable and fun. North switched from New England com- petitions to Massachusetts competitions this year. The concert band competed at Fitchburg State College on April 8. North was proud to have seniors, Doug Rich- ards and John Balut represent our town in the Lion’s All-State Band on the Cape in May. One of the highlights of the year was the annual awards banquet, at which Mr. George Parks, Director of the Marching Band at the University of Massachusetts, was guest speaker. Awards of apprecia- tion were presented to all band members, with the John Philip Sousa Band Award going to John Balut. Right: Mr Platt, " What’s the band doing out here? It ' s not halftime yet.” Bottom left. Band Officers: Chris Reil, Doug Rich- ards, Debbie Greene, Lynne Alix. Bottom right: Lynne Alix, Kathy Miller, " We feel like Pied Pipers!” 138 MUSIC Bottom, Marching Band, first row: Denise Lind, Nancy Wheeler, Laurene Nigro, Drum Major, Jenni- fer Boltz, Melissa Golembewski, Linda Wheeler, Mary Mullen, Rhonda Lake. Second row: Mike Murder, Lynne McAfee, Sandy Shepard, Cheryl Shepard, Eileen McAfee, Chuck Heap, Steve Fuller. Third row: Tom Yankee, Ric Golembewski, Chris Reil, Brad Blackburn, John Balut, John Stol- worthy, Darrell Johnston, Marsha Mansen, Director Alyn Platt. MUSIC 139 Right, Jazz Band, first row: Denise Lind, Scott Win- ship, Laurene Nigro, Jennifer Boltz, Darrell John- ston. Second row: Doug Gonya, Mike Violet, Doug Richards, Tom Yankee, Charles Heap. Third row: John Stolworthy, Jeff Pierce, Eric Rousseau, John Balut, Brad Blackburn, Brian Saulnier. Below, Con- cert Band, first row: Rosanna Varden, Linda Wheel- er, Kelly Redding, Mary Mullen, Eilene McAfee, Michelle Plante, Lynne Alix, Kathy Miller, Laurene Nigro, Melissa Golembewski, Christine Burns, Rhonda Lake, Marsha Mansen. Second row: Lynne McAfee, Cheryl Shepard, Doug Gonya, Doug Rich- ards, Mike Violet, Scott Winship, Steve Puller, Charles Heap, Jennifer Boltz, Denise Lind, Richard Pouliot. Third row: Sandy Shepard, Jennifer Boehl- ing, Andrea Pedini, John Balut, John Stolworthy, Rochelle Hannon, Lori Raposa, Debbie Greene, Chris Reil, Brian Saulnier, Mike Hurder. Fourth row: Darrell Johnston, Nancy Wheeler, Jeff Pierce, Eric Rousseau, Tom Yankee, Predric Gol embewski, Brad Blackburn, Rich Howard. 140 MUSIC Top left: John Stolworthy, “I guess I’m left holding the balloon.” Top middle: Jennifer Boltz, “1 feel like Arthur Fiedler.” Above: Darrell Johnston, “I hope my gum doesn’t go down the tube.” Left, A Capella Choir, first row: Marsha Mansan, Cheryl Packard, Chris Gerling, Debbie Arabian. Second row: Linda Duckworth, Cheryl Shepard, Wendy Kelleher, Barbara Culp. ( MUSIC 141 I Above: Tom Yankee snaps photos at the band awards banquet. Above right: Mr. Platt presents the John Philip Sousa award to John Balut. Right, Majorettes, first row: Cathy Parker, Lynn Davis, Patty Considine. Second row: Tracy Roy, Beth McSwiggin, Kristin Schickle, Sue Plante. 142 M USIC b I The annual awards banquet for the North Attleboro High School music department was held May 9 at the Knights of Colam- bus Hall in South Attleboro. Senior, John Balut, was the recipient of the prestigious John Philip Sousa award. Those seniors receiving four year bars were John Balut, Ric Golembewski, Deb- bie Greene, Doug Richards, Chris Riel, Eric Rousseau and Tom Yankee. The above students also received commemo- rative plaques along with Eileen McAfee and John Stolworthy. Those students receiving a letter and jacket were Jennifer Boltz, Steve Fuller, Judy Harrop, Rhonda Lake, Denise Lind, Marsha Mansen, Lynn McAfee, Kathy Miller, Rochelle Mobriant, Laurene Ni- gro, Michelle Plante, Brian Saulnier and Rosanna Varden. Top: Mr. Platt receives a token of the band’s appre- ciation. Left: Doug Richards, “Is this a free coupon for the car wash, Mr. Whitty?” Bottom left: The majorettes present their coach with something to keep her warm during the foot- ‘ball season. Below: President of the Band Parents’ Association, Mr. Leo Gonya, tries to persuade people to pick up the leftover pointsettia plants from the Christmas sale. MUSIC 143 seniors on the rise 146 We began in the Fall of 1980 . . FRESHMAN YEAR We were all anxious to fit in and a little scared of the upperclassmen, but soon we all became comfort- able. Our class advisors for our four years at North were Miss Cooke and Mr. Flannery. We elected Kacy Achin - President, Tracey Dean - Vice President, Amy Caldwell - Secretary, and Steve Gaumond - Treasurer. Elect- ed to Student Council were Kris Brauner, Angie Colletto, and Bon- nie Wheeler. As Freshmen, we be- gan building our treasury with a bake sale in the fall. This was fol- lowed by a successful fund raiser. We raised over three thousand dollars by selling popcorn and spice containers! We also spon- sored the St. Patricks Day Dance - another great success. We spent many hours organizing and build- ing our float. It placed second in the annual float competition. Our theme was “Keep Mansfield Hor- nets in their Hive.” Elected to ride on the float were Tracey Dean and Angie Colletto. As the end our Freshman year approached, so did the Freshman Sophomore Social. The theme was “The Best of Times” and, like our first year at North, the night passed quickly. SOPHOMORE YEAR With a year of experience behind us, we began our Sophomore year under the leadership of Todd Cro- teau - President, Tracey Dean - Vice President, Darlene Ashworth - Secretary, and Kerri Silva - Trea- surer. The position of Treasurer became vacant when Kerri trans- ferred and Sue Burns was elected to take her place. Student Council reps were Jim Johnson, Bonnie Wheeler, and Angie Colletto. Our class activities included several summer car washes and the annual Freshman Sophomore Social, which turned out to be a great success. This year, the many hours spent on the homecoming float paid off as we placed first in this competition and in the poster con- tests. Elected to ride on the float were Tracey Dean and Angie Col- letto. JUNIOR YEAR Our next year began with many changes. Elected as the year’s class officers were Kacy Achin - President, Tracey Dean, Vice President, Paul Whitney - Secre- tary, and Sue Burns - Treas urer. Student Council members were Jim Johnson, Frank Strachan, and Kris Brauner. Angie Colletto served as Corresponding Secre- tary. Junior year activities includ- ed two summer car washes and a successful Christmas Dance. We also held the concession stand at each home basketball game, rais- ing money to add to our treasury. CLASS HISTORY In the fall, we participated in the annual Powderpuff Football | Game. The Junior Jets beat the Senior Sharks for the first time in seven years, 14 - 6. Our home- | coming float placed first again this year with the theme “Go For the | Gold.” Elected to ride on our rain- 1 bow float were Kacy Achin and , Tracey Dean. We also placed first in this year’s poster contest. We raised a lot of money junior year. This helped with the ex- penses and planning for the most important event of the year, the Junior Prom. The Prom was held at the Kirkbrae Country Club in Lincoln, Rhode Island, on April 21. The theme song was “Just Be- tween You Me”, and Tracey Dean was elected as Queen. The members of her Court were Kacy Achin, Sue Burns, Beth McCann, Beth Nardelli, and Bonnie Wheel- er. We ended our Junior year with the Junior Talent Show, held on Fri- day, May 13. The night was a great success. Miss Cooke and G. Frank Meekins codirected the sold-out performance, and Kevin Tremblay and Lee-Ann Childs served as emcees for the evening. SENIOR YEAR Our class officers elected this year were Kacy Achin - President, 1 Todd Vigorito - Vice President, Paul Whitney - Secretary, and Sue Burns - Treasurer. Kris Brauner was elected as Student Council President, while Jim Johnson served as Vice President, Frank Strachan was Treasurer, and An- gie Colletto was Secretary. As Seniors we placed first in the post- er contest and second in the float competition. Tracey Dean was chosen as Homecoming Queen and her Court members included Kacy Achin, Sue Burns, and Angie Colletto. We sponsored the Homecoming Dance, held on No- vember 26, and also raised money by selling candy at every home football game. The Senior Prom was held on February 23 at the Biltmore Plaza in Providence, Rhode Island. The theme was “Through the Years”, and the mu- sic was supplied by UVL. Tracey Dean was elected Prom Queen and her Court members were Kacy Achin, Darlene Ashworth, Maureen Bucklin, Sue Burns, An- gie Colletto, and Tricia Scarlatelli. The night was a great success and was enjoyed by everyone. All in all, it was a very successful and fun-filled four years at North Attleboro School. We would like to thank Miss Cooke and Mr. Flan- nery for all of their guidance and help over the past four years, and we would like to wish all of the underclassmen the best of luck in their future at North. 9 Class of 1984, officers: Kacy Achin, president; Todd Vigorito, vice- president; Paul Whitney, secretary; Sue Burns, treasurer. CLASS HISTORY 147 Kacy A. Achin “Kace” Most Likely to Succeed, Best All Around “We cannot fly with folded wings. ” Freshman Class Pres; Junior Class Pres; Senior Class Pres; Honor Soci- ety 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Marching Band 1; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1, 2, 3; Gym- nastics 2; Art Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- ior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football Player 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Attleboro Civic Sympho- ny 1, 2; Art Club Secretary 3 Na- tional Honor Society Publicity Chairperson 4; DAR Good Citizen Award. David M. Andre “Puppy” Pamela M. Alix “AA ” “Walking away from this school in a positive manner is a start to an inter- esting and new emotion. ” Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2. Matthew C. Albertini “Buffalo " “Matt” Class Flirt “Defeat never comes to any man until he admits it. ” Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2. Sonya P. Aptt “Sewn-ya!” “Take all the time you spend wish- ing for tomorrow, and spend it mak- ing today come true. ” D.E.C.A. 4, Secretary. Kurt I. Anderson ‘ ‘Claustrophobia, there’s too much paranoia, there’s too many closets, so where do we fall. ” Model U.N. 4; Model Senate 1; Newspaper 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One- Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Media Aide 3. Peter J. Achin “You only live once, but if you live it right, once is enough. ” Soccer 1. 1 i V i I I : i Deborah L. Arabian “Debbie” “Two roads converged in a yel- low wood. I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference. ” Yearbook 2, 3; Newspaper 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Interna- tional Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Produc- tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Office Aide 1; Choral Ensemble 1 , 2 . 148 SENIORS Derek L. Austin Variety Show 3. Joanne M. Barry “Jo " “There are many joys that life can bring, but friendship is the sweetest thing. ” Honor Society 3, 4; Model U.N. 3; Model Senate 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Math League 3. Brian Bannon “I am so tired of everything, and also of the future. ” Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Model U.N. 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3, 4; Swim Aide 1. John N. Balut “In order to succeed you need only one desire, and that is to keep a positive outlook on life. ” Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Wood- wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Southeast District Band 2, 3; Lions All-State Band 2, 4; All-State District Jazz Band 3. John E. Bedard “Jake " “There are two things to aim at in life: first, to get what you want; and, after that, to enjoy it. Only the wi- sest of mankind achieve the sec- ond. " Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Todd W. Belham “Bell " “Smokey” “Don ’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today, because if you liked doing it today you can do it again tomorrow. " Variety Show 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; DECA 4; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Powderpuff Football Coach 3. Darlene B. Ashworth “DB " “Today gives you the chance to set some meaningful goals. When you reach them, that’s pride. And when you realize that what you’ve achieved goes far beyond yourself, that’s success. Build on your dreams. Go for it. ’’ Student Council 4; Sophomore Class Secretary; Student Advisory Committee 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2; Drama Club 3; Spring Production 3; Variety Show 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Senior Prom Committee; Powder- puff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Kevin J. Bedard “Kev” “You are limited only by the bound- aries of your mind. ” Baseball 2; Football 1. SENIORS 149 Kristine M. Brauner “Krissy” Most Contributing “Forget about the days when you’ve been lonely . . . but don’t forget the friendly smiles you’ve seen. Forget about the plans that didn ’t work out right . . . but don ’t forget to always have a Dream. ’’ Student Council 1, 2, 4, President 4; Student Advisory Committee 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football Player 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 3. Michelle O. Blanchette Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 2; Art Club 3; Math League 4. Treasa L. Bravetti “Treas” “It is easy to go down into hell; night and day, the gates of dark death stand wide; but to climb back again, to retrace one’s steps to the upper air; there’s the task.” Gymnastics 1; Art Club 3; G.A.A. 1. Tina M. Boss “Tina” “What is a friend? I will tell you. It is a person with whom you dare to be yourself. ” Powderpuff Football Player 3. Laura J. Brunell “Brownie ” “Accept me as I am so I may learn what I can become. ” Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4. Scott D. Boutin “Boot” “People are not what they appear to be, good or bad. ” Janice M. Benoit “Jan” “You can never plan the future by the past. ” D.E.C.A. 2. Maureen P. Bucklin “Moe” “A wise man changes his mind, a fool never does. ” Model U.N. 3; Junior Classical League 2, 3; Yearbook 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Media Aide 1; Powderpuff Football Player 3. 150 SENIORS Susan M. Burke Amy L. Caldwell “Aim” “Only in your dreams; say good- bye to the oldies but goodies. Cause the good ole days weren ’t always good. And you ’ll see to- morrow won’t be as bad as it seems. ” Freshman Class, Sec.; Student Advisory Committee 3, 4; Model U.N. 3; Junior Classical League 3; Variety Show 3; Basketball 2; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee, Media Aide 1; Office Aide 1; Special Ed. Aide 1; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Regional Student Adviso- ry 4. Jeffrey S. Calhoun Sharyn L. Campbell “The future is a step we must take in great stride. The past is a me- mory we hold deep inside. ” Junior Classical League 3; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2; Art Club 3, 4; Media Aide 1; Powder- puff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3. Patricia A. Butterworth “Patty” “No one is a failure who is enjoying life. ” Spring Track 2; Field Hockey 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Office Aide 1; Special Ed. Aide 2; Powderpuff Football Player 3. Joseph H. Calligan IV “Shmo” “From one Jail to another! ARMY” Yearbook 4; Spring Track 2; D.E.C.A. 3, 4; Media Aide 1. Susan R. Burns “Sue” “Know who you are, there’s a world deep inside you. Trust if you can, there’s a friend there to guide you. ” Sophomore Class Treas.; Junior Class Treas.; Senior Class Treas.; Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Cross-Country 1; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1; Cheerleader 2, 3 4; G.A.A. 2; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Maria E. Caranci “re” D.E.C.A. 1, 3, 4; Office Aide 1, 2, 3; Powderpuff Football Player 3. SENIORS 151 ( Lee-Ann Childs “Lee” “Go with laughter in your eyes, a smile on your lips and love in your heart. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4, Treas. 4; Interna- tional Thespian Society 3, 4, Treas. 4; Fall Play 3, 4; One-Act Plays 3, 4; Spring Production 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, VP 3, Pres. 4; Ju- nior Prom Committee; Float Com- mittees 1, 2. Robin L. Charpentier “Shep” “I’m finally out in the clear and I’m free. I’ve got dreams I’m livin’ for. I’m moving on where they’ll never find me, rollin’ on to anywhere. I’ll break away. Yes, I’m on my way.” Media Aide 1, 2. John A. Champagne “Take life slow, don ’t rush yourself. And you’ll live forever!” D.E.C.A. 3, 4. Gretchen J. Cheney “Weenie” Michael A. Chabot “Chab” “I will never treat you mean, never start no kind of scene. I’ll tell you every place and person that I’ve been. ” Robin L. Charest “Robin” Shyest “If we could see when and where we are to meet again, we would be more tender when we bid our friends good-bye. ” Art Club 3; Office Aide 1. Steven C. Christensen “Steve” “Don ’t pass judgement on someone who looks and acts different from others, for that person may become a good friend. ” Yearbook 3, 4; Newspaper 3; Vari- ety Show 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3. “World is full of kings and queens who blind your eyes and steal your dreams. ” Golf 1, 3. 1 ( [ s Cl h U 2 3 io A P 2 , Jeffrey B. Cobb Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Spring Track 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 152 SENIORS Kathleen M. Considine Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; D.E.C.A. 3, 4. Diane M. Cotter “Only as far as we seek can we go, only as much as we dream can we be.” Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer; Model Senate 4; Yearbook 2, 4; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- ior Prom Committee; Media Aide 1; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 3, 4. Margaret E. Connolly Most Athletic Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Powder- puff Football Player 3, 4. Caroline B. Croke “Ca” “If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is be- cause he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. ” Art Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; D.E.C.A. 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Yearbook Ad Selling, 4. Angela M. Colletto “Ang” “Go carefully with Peace on your mind Love in your heart and Laugh- ter on your tongue. ” Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Art Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Todd M. Croteau “Crote” Most Contributing “The best is yet to come. ” Student Council 4; Sophomore Class President; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Coach 3, 4. Erin E. Cody “Erin” Wittiest “Friends we knew follow us through all the days of our lives. Love we shared waits there, where our wish- es forever reside” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; One-Act Play 4; Dra- ma Club 4; Spring Production 4; Va- riety Show 3; Spring Track 1, 2; Gymnastics 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; Float Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Patricia A. Considine Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Drill Team 1; Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; D.E.C.A. 1, 3, 4. SENIORS 153 Barbara M. Culp “Babs” “Don ’t look to far to future because time may change. You may be mak- ing plans for tomorrow which are for today. ” Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3. Elrick Daly Special Ed. Aide 2, 3, 4; Sheila A. Culhane “Abby " “Good times may come and go, but good friends come and stay in our hearts forever.” Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Powdcrpuff Football Player 4; Float Committee 1, 2. Simone C. Cuoco Honor Society 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Media Aide 1. Angela L. Crowell “Angie” “Never expect and you will never be disappointed. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2; Art Club 1. 2; D.E.C.A. 2, 3. Melissa J. Davignon “Missy " “I decided long ago never to follow in anyone’s shadow. If I fail, if I succeed, at least I lived as I be- lieved. ” William A. Cuddeback Soccer 1. Lynn M. Davis “Boo” “Lost, yesterday, somewhere between sunrise and sunset, four golden years; they are gone for- ever but, tomorrow will live on. ” Model U.N. 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Captain; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Com- mittee; Math League 3. 154 SENIORS Karen L. Devine Gymnastics 1,.2, 3, 4. John A. DelBonis " Del” Most Talkative " A winner never quits, a quitter lever wins. ” lunior Classical League 3, 4; Va- iety Show 3; Baseball 1; Basket- )all 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 2; spring Track 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 3, L Captain; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, L Powderpuff Football Cheer- eader 3, 4; Float Committees 3; 4ath League 3, 4. Tammi S. DeBlois “People tell me I haven’t changed at all, but don ' t feel the same. And I bet you’ve had that feeling too, you can’t laugh all the time.” Media Aide 4. Tracey E. Dean “Dino” Best Looking “I smile with tears in my eyes, hop- ing that life’s future brings me as many happy memories as in the past. ” Freshman Class Vice-President; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Junior Class Vice-President; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Winter Track 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Pow- derpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Patricia A. DeMarco " Patty” “Today we’ll start a new life and we’ll say our last goodbyes, to all the friends we’ve grown to love with whom we’ve laughed and cried. Re- membering the fun and laughter the problems and the fears, and watch- ing all our memories grow through- out our high school years. ” Spring Production 3; Variety Show 3; Model U.N. 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 2, 3, 4. Richard C. Deppisch “Depp” “The good times are the best times; the bad times fade away. ” Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 4. Wendy L. DeBlois “This was a trying period for us all; to see what could and couldn’t be accomplished, to see what friend- ships would be made and which ones wouldn’t, but you’ll always have that one special friend, one who cares and shares just about everything w ith you, because “Car- ing and sharing are the secrets to living” and it will come naturally to those who really care. ” Field Hockey 2; Softball 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Nurse’s Aide 1; Pow- derpuff Football Player 3. Monica M. DeBlois “Mo” “I never do anything wrong, but I’m always getting caught. ” Drill Team 1, 2. SENIORS 155 Chester L. Dobro “Chet” “Reality . . . Fantasy . . . Imagina- tion . . . All the same. Consider knowledge: everything we know comes from the world around us. Now take Imagination, a distortion of Reality; both exist, but neither in the other philosophy. In the realm of Reality you must conform. Yet this isn ’t reality, but here, more and more, you must learn to be a con- formist . . Like Reality, only not to conform to conformity. Where can you go?” Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; College Bowl 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Vari- ety Show 2, 3; Media Aide 2; Com- puter Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer League 2, 3, 4; Math League 3, 4. Jean M. Doran “It is prosperity that gives us friends, adversity that proves them. ” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4; Softball 1,2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4. Elizabeth A. Dromsky “Liz” “In the quest of life cast a wide net. ” Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hock- ey 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Media Aide 1; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 3. Shonda Y. Ducharme D.E.C.A. 1, 3, 4; Office Aide 1. Mark E. Ellis “Big Guy” “High school is just a passing phase in time; from here we can learn the real values in life. ” Cross-Country 1, 2; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 2; D.E.C.A. 4. Cynthia L. Domingos “Cindy” “Look forward to the future and leave some of the memories of the past behind. ” Special Ed. Aide 1. Shila J. Devlin “Shi” “Happiness is success. ” Art Club 3; Powderpuff Football Player 3. Holly A. Dugas “Where ever you go, whatever you do, you ’ll find special magic in just being you. ” Spring Track 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Com- mittee; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 156 SENIORS James D. Fortune ‘Cookie’’ ‘Please don ’t wake me; no don ’t hake me; leave me where I am; ’m only sleeping. ” I.E.C.A. 3, 4. Nancy A. Falocco “Fance” “Hope for the future, don’t dwell in the past. Live in the pre- sent and make today last. Pray for tomorrow, let your life live on. Hope for the future because yesterday’s gone. ’’ student Advisory Committee 3, t; Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice- resident 4; Model U.N. 3; Mo- tel Senate 4; Junior Classical -eague 3; Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4, :o-editor 4; Fall Play 1; March- ng Band 1; Spring Track 1; j.A.A. 2; Junior Prom Commit- ee; Senior Prom Committee; 4edia Aide 1; Float Committees i. 2, 3, 4. Steven England Model U.N. 4; Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 2; Media Aide 1, 2; Computer Aide 2. Jennifer A. Fellmann “Jen” “Believe in yourself and in what you can do. Believe in the goals that you strive to pursue. Believe in the friends who believe in you too . . . Always and forever, believe. ” Model U.N. 4; Model Senate 4; Ju- nior Classical League 3, 4; Year- book 3, 4; Drama Club 3; Spring Production 3; Variety Show 3; Bas- ketball 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Junior Prom Commit- tee; Senior Prom Committee; Pow- derpuff Football 3, 4; Float Commit- tees 2, 3, 4. Tyler J. Falcone “Bake” “There is not much to do but bury a man when the last of his dreams is dead. ” Junior Classical League 3; Variety Show 3; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football, Coach 4, Cheerleader 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Brenda L. Fraatz “Yesterday’s memories have shaped us into what we have be- come today. What we dream today is what we can become tomorrow. What we become tomorrow could change the world for all mankind. ” Yearbook 2, 3; Cross-Country 3; Spring Track 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3; Powderpuff Football, Player 3. Lori A. Estrella “Lor” “Friends are sharing laughter and sad moments. Friends are people you can tell secrets to or just our devised schemes. They are some- one to help out with problems or Just to have a great time with . . . But when it’s time for us all to de- part, we’ll never forget our special memories and the friendships we had together. Good Luck. ” Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3; Bas- ketball 1; Field Hockey 1; Softball 1; D.E.C.A. 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Tammy L. Fontaine “Tam ” “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart. ” Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2. SENIORS 157 Sharon L. France “Shar” “Today we’ll start a new life, and we ’ll say our last goodbyes to all the friends we’ve grown to love, with whom we ’ve laughed and cried. Re- membering the fun and laughter, the problems and the fears, and watch- ing all our memories grow through- out our high school years. The memories of the classes and the new friends that we’ve met, vacations, teachers, talking and exams we’d rather forget. Yes, high school days are precious but brief, where all your dreams come true; it is not the end, but the beginning of a life we’ll start anew. ’’ Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Spring Track 1; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Office Aide 1; Powderpuff Football, Player 3; Float Committee 1, 2, 4. Donald A. Gaskin " ggy” “The race is not only for the swift, but for those who keep on running. ’’ Variety Show 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football, Cheerleader 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Thom H. Freeman “Big Bum” “The greatest love of all is easy to achieve. Learning to love yourself is the greatest love of all. And if by chance, that special place that you ’ve been dreaming of leads you to a lonely place, put your strength in love. ” Model Senate 3, 4; College Bowl 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 1; Spring Track 4; Soccer 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football, Cheerleader 3, 4; Float Committees 3; Math League 3, 4. Heidi Garito “Hurt Me” “Fear not that your life shall come to an end, but rather fear that it shall never have a beginning. ” Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Fall Play 2, 3; Spring Produc- tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Cheerleader 4; Office Aide 2, 3; Powderpuff Football, Player 4. Mark J. Gallagher “Orb” “A believer, a mind whose faith is consciousness, is never disturbed because other persons do not yet see the fact which he sees. ” Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Float Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4. Stephen D. Gaumond “Geek”, “Gaum” “Obstacles are what you see when you take your eyes off your goaf ” Freshman Class Treasurer; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Coach 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Gregory P. Gariepy Debbie L. Gaudette “Devote earnest effort to plan- ning your life, to setting for your- ■ self a goal. Winds and storms j) may - doubtless will - force you | occasionally off your course, but ! surely it is better to have a [ course to follow than to float | about rudderless and goalless. ” ' Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary; ; Basketball 1; Softball 1; Tennis ; 2, 3, 4, Captain; Art Club 1, 2, 3, ' 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Junior Prom ' Committee; Senior Prom Com- j mittee; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. I 158 SENIORS Kathleen J. Gibney Cheryl A. Grant " Ricey” “Friendship defies age and ig- nores distance. It weathers the hard times and shares the good. Together we have found this. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3,4; Art Club 4; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4. Ronald F. Gayton “Rondo " “I never think of the future; it comes soon enough. ” Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; Soc- cer 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 3, 4; Float Committees 2, 3, 4. Diana L. Goslin “Di” “For as long as you live and as high as you fly, the smiles you ’ll give and tears you ’II cry, all you touch and all you see, is all your life will ever be. ’’ Field Hockey 1; Softball 1, Man- ager, 2; G.A.A. 1. Albert J. Girard II “Teddy Bear " “In this cold place I met a lot of warm people, and I found you can learn something from all of them. (Amore Vicit Omnia)” Yearbook 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Powderpuff Football 3. Lisa E. Goddard “Lis " “Make the best of the years; they will be your most memorable. ” Spring Track 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football, Player 3. Fredric M. Golembewski “Ric”, “FM " “I have perceived that to be with those I like is enough. ’’ Drama Club 4; One-Act Plays 4; Spring Production 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3; Wind Sin- fonia 2; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 4. Eugene M. Giusti Football 1; Art Club 4. SENIORS 159 Deborah E. Greene “Debbie” “Time is fleeting; Madness takes its toll: But listen closely: Not for very much longer. I’ve got to keep control. 1 remember ...” Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dra- ma Club 1; Fall Play 1; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Senior Prom Committee; Math League 3, 4. Lynn H. Gray Marching Band 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2; Art Club 1. 2; G.A.A. 1; Pow- derpuff Football Player 3. Kelly A. Hainey “If you do not think about the fu- ture; you can not have one!” Honor Society 3, 4; Cross-Country 3, 4, Captain; Junior Prom Commit- tee; Senior Prom Committee; Float Committees 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4. Edward R. Hand “Ed” “Silence is golden, but I’d rather talk. ” Friends of the Handicapped 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Club For Alternatives and Unlimited 2. Kevin Griswold “Griz” “He who fails to prepare, prepares to fail. ” Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Coach 3, 4. Rhonda L. Hallal “Thon” “All was lost, yet gained; a space in time that meant nothing. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Special Ed. Aide 2; Powder- puff Football Player 3. Carol M. Gray “I never get lost, everyone al- ways tells me where to go. ” Tennis 1; Drill Team 1; Art Club 1 . Todd A. Grosse “Grossie” “People seldom improve when, they have no other model but themselves to copy. ” | Basketball 1; Spring Track 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra-1 murals 1, 2, 3, 4; D.E.C.A. 3, 4; ' Junior Prom Committee; Pow- : derpuff Football Coach 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2. |l ij 160 SENIORS John S. Holden Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Christopher A. Holmes " Chris” D.E.C.A. 3, 4. Rochelle M. Hannon Honor Society 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2; Stage Band 2, 3; Chorus 1; Art Club 4. Paul A. Holbrook “Lumpy” " And now it’s time for me to go. The autumn moon lights my way. ” Maria Horling “Man’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions. ” Oliver Wendell Holmes. Steven J. Howlett “Steve” “Thoughts meander like a restless wind inside a letter box they tumble blindly as they make their way across the universe. ” “John Ono Lennon 1969” D.E.C.A. 4, Media Aide 1. Paul E. Henry “Hen” “Life starts at the top of the moun- tain. ” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1; D.E.C.A. 3, 4. Jodi L. Hill “Jode” “If you think twice before you speak once, you will speak twice the better for it. ” Gymnastics 1; Powderpuff Football Player 3. SENIORS 161 Ruth A. Hurd Sherril L. Hughes “Crass " “I hear the radio is finally gonna play now music, (you know, the Brit- ish Invasion). But what about the Minutemen, Flesh Eators, DOA, Big Boys, and the Black Flag? Will the last American band to get played on the radio please bring the flag? Glit- ter - disco - synthesize night school. Astronauts going back in time to hang out with the cave people. I must not think bad thoughts. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Drama Club 1; Fall Play 1; Marching Band 1, 2; Con- cert Band 1, 2; Spring Track 3; Art Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Foot- ball Player 3. Peter W. Inglese “Ding” “You don’t get to choose how you’re going to die, or when. You can only decide how you ’re going to live, now. ’’ Variety Show 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Wendy A. Kelleher “I will always be there in times of trouble. ’’ Chorus 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4. Lynne A. Hussey Winter Track 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2 . Brian J. Kiff “Beeker " “It’s been shown that a man truly insane would deny the fact if so ac- cused, so a man may prove his sta- bility by calling himself insane - so you only have to worry when you don’t think you’re going crazy. ’’ James R. Johnson “J. J. ” Most Athletic Best All Around “Failure is not fatal. Success is not final. ” Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pow- derpuff Football Coach 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Kerrin J. Kelly Office Aide 1; Softball 2. 1 ( 162 SENIORS Terry (Pasquantonio) Kirschbaum Junior Classical League 1; Spring Track 1, 2; Gymnastics 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1. David Lanci “Lance " “Life is like a bowl of cereal . . . Even Mikey hates it. ” Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3; Baseball 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3; D.E.C.A. 1, 3, 4; Office Aide 1; Float Committees 1. 2, 3. Michelle D. LaCroix “A a” “Our values are the guides by which we navigate ourselves through life. ” Media Aide 1, 2, 3. Sharon A. LaCroix “Turn every corner with a smile, climb every step with a dream, and close every door with a memory. ” Yearbook 2; Spring Track 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Of- fice Aide 1; Special Fd. Aide 1. Timothy W. Lamar “Stretch” “Be brave, and rise superior to your woes. And keep that spirit that no weakness knows. ” Basketball 3, 4; Golf 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Donna J. Labrie “Yesterday is never gone without memories to look back upon and smile. ” Media Aide 1, 2, 3. Kurt L. Kummer “Cisco” “You lose on potential. You win on performance. ” Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Powderpuff Football Coach 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4. Lisa A. Lambert “Live each day to the fullest, yester- day will not come again. ” G.A.A. 1; Special Fd Aide 2. SENIORS 163 Donald J. Lander " Abe” “The individual needs to be in con- stant struggle with his environment if he is to develop to his highest capacity. Hard conditions of life are indispensable to bringing out the best in human personality. ” Spring Track 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football Coach 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Ryan C. Laurence David B. Larson Lorraine M. Laplante “Lorrie” “Once you set a course don’t change it. Luck will come to those who chase it. Don ’t let anything get in your way. Take it all the way. ” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Softball 1, 2; Art Club 3; G.A.A. 1, 2. Shyest “Never stop trying or you have lost the secret of a happy life. ” Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. Lucille J. Leppert “Lucy” “Today’s dreams are tomorrow’s future. ” Junior Classical League 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2, Captain; Office Aide 1, Tracey A. LeBeau “Twinkie” “Love is like the wind. You can’t see or touch it, but it’s always there. ” Variety Show 3; Spring Track 1, 2; Gymnastics 1, 2; Powderpuff Foot- ball Player 3. 2 . Paulette L. Landry “Remember yesterday, dream of tomorrow, but live for today. ” Spring Track 2. Melissa J. Langille “Missy” “Great things come in small packages; it is better to be small and shine than to be tall and cast a shadow. ” Junior Classical League 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- ior Prom Committee; Powder- puff Football ' Player 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 4. 164 SENIORS Scott Lucchetti “Bonz” “I live my life like there’s no to- morrow. " Baseball 1. Eileen M. McAfee “Leenie” “Follow your dreams to the end of the rainbow, a wonderful pot of gold is waiting for you. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; College Bowl 1, 2; Interna- tional Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Produc- tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3. Richard W. Lewis “Lovie” Best Looking “There is no beer in heaven so we may as well drink it while we are here. ” Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain; Intra- murals 3, 4; D.E.C.A. 3, 4. Darlene R. Martell “Dari, Darla” “If I leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me? For ! must be travelling on now, ’Cause there’s too many places I’ve got to see. But if stayed here with you, well things just couldn’t be the same. ’Cause I’m as free as a bird now. ” Media Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1. David K. McCallum “Mad Door Kicker” “Who me? Do look like the type that would do that?” Spring Track 1. V- » 0 i Virginia L. McAvoy “Ginny”, “Sped” “Remember not the days of the past, but the days of the future; for they are the days yet to come, the past has already been, but the fu- ture lies ahead. Remember, for you can not re-enact the past. ” Yearbook 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2; D.E.C.A. 3, 4; Media Aide 1, 2; Office Aide 1, 2 . Ronald C. Llacuna “Ron” “Got a dream? Climb it! If by any chance you find you can not go straight to it, go around it. Do not Just sit there for which you might fall like a rock. Do not be afraid to dream. Always remember, you are only limited by the boundaries of your mind. ” Yearbook 4; Newspaper 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2; Stage Band 1; Cross-Country 2, 3; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1, 2; Tennis 3, 4; In- tramurals 3; Math League 4. Janet E. Mancini “Boom-Boom” “Tomorrow is not a promise to us, so we must make the best of to- day. ” SENIORS 165 Michelle A. McEleney “Even though living is sometimes laced with lies, it’s all right; the feel- ing remains even after the glitter fades. ” Matthew J. Medeiros “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the begin- ning. ” Elizabeth A. McCann “Beth” Most Spirited “Our high school days are over but there Is no finish line. ” Honor Society 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Commit- tee; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Charles K. Meunier, Jr. “Chuck” “Whoever thinks much is unsuitable for a party man; his thinking leads him too quickly beyond the party. ” -NIETZSCHE Newspaper 3. Scott McLintock Cross-Country 2; Spring Track 1, 2, 4. Charles L. McGill “Chuck” “No offense but, where’s the beef?” College Bowl 3, 4; Computer Aide 3; Computer League 3. Christopher D. Midon “Chris” “The glory of friendship is not the outstretched hand, nor the kindly smile nor the joy of com- panionship; it is the spiritual In- spiration that comes to one when he discovers that someone else believes in him and is willing to trust him. ” Soccer 2, 3, 4. Glenn A. Meyer “Uno” “The harder you work for some- thing, the more you will appreciate that something when you get It. ” Baseball 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 4; D.E.C.A. 3, 4; Powder- puff Football Cheerleader 3. 166 SENIORS Keith Morse Robert M. Mulligan " Bob” “Don’t fear that things will have an ending, but fear that they won’t have a beginning.” Yearbook 1; Cross-Country 2. Timothy A. Murray " Tim” Brian S. Mulvey Computer Aide 1; Computer League 3. Kevin C. Miller “JR” “If you can’t dazzle them with Bril- liance baffle them with B.S.” Football 3. James Murphy Spring Track 1; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Laurie A. Mitchell “Life is easier to take than you’d think; all that is necessary is to ac- cept the impossible, do without the indispensible and bear the intoler- able. ” Powderpuff Football Player 3. Robyn J. Mobriant “Rob”, “Dexter” “It’s better to burn out than to fade away!!” SENIORS 167 Nancy E. O’Connor Yearbook 1; Newspaper 1; Art Club 1; D.E.C.A 4; Powderpuff Football Player 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Cheryl A. Olson “Cheryl” “We are stranger to each other. Full of sliding panels, An illusion show. Acting well - rehearsed routines or playing from the heart? It’s hard for one to know. ” Art Club 3, 4. Deborah E. Nowell “Debbie” “Shoobie” “Pilch” “And somebody in the midst of time. When they ask me if I knew you, I’H smile and say you were a friend of mine. ” Art Club 4. Joanne E. Musil “Jo- Jo” “Don’t be someone you aren’t. But only what you are. Being someone that you are not, you will never know who you really are. ” Steven V. Nardi “Nard” “Nard I” “Gumby” “Chango” “Punk” “When all is said and done, there’s not much left to say or do. ” Junior Classical League 3; Dra- ma Club 1; Fall Play 1; Spring Production 1; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4. Beth A. Nardelli “Bethy” “Come play for a moment. My time is short. Forget me not when I leave. For thoughts of you will always be with me. ” Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; D.E.C.A 3, 4; Of- fice Aide 2; Powderpuff Football Player 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. John-Erik J. Nelson “Nelly” “Plan carefully and you will have plenty; if you act too quickly, you will never have enough. ” Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Lois E. Nevers “Tinker” “Those who really love us let us find our own way. ” Junior Prom Committee; Pow- derpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3. 168 SENIORS i Kathleen M. Paulousky “Kathy " “Lost time is never found. ” Spring Track 1, 4; Gymnastics 1 Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4 John E. Paille “Jay” “You should always treat people the way you want them to treat you. ” Marching Band 2. Beverly A. Paquin A David A. Payson “Bulgy” “Our high school years have not really come to an end, for the memories will live in our minds from now till eternity. ” Golf 1; Media Aide 1. Rhaina M. Paradis “If we would only do a little brailling we could learn so much, so let chil- dren braille the world. ” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 3, 4. Joseph L. Pearce “Joe” “Give me my friends and give me my fun. Then my day will be a hap- py one. ” Cynthia E. Partington “Cin” “Crush not a hard heart. Nor a heart that hardens with cause. But rather crush a heart that is selfish to others who love it. ” Lisa A. Perkoski SENIORS 169 Glenn D. Perry “Glenn” “I don’t want to let another minute get by, they’re slipping through our fingers, but we’re ready to fly. We’re acting on a hunch, and we’ll be acting out a dream; it’s all we ever wanted, and all we’ll ever need. ” Timothy R. Polion Elizabeth J. Perry “Beth” “Never say goodbye, just see ya later!” D.E.C.A. 3, 4. Andrea M. Pettengill “Special times and special friends together, the moments passed quickly but the memories last for- ever. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Senior Prom Committee; Media Aide 1; Powderpuff Football Player 3, Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. David R. Potter “Burle” “Life is not always what you ex- pect, so live life today and not for tomorrow. ” Variety Show 3; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; D.E.C.A 4. Rhonda S. Perreault “The future is a world limited by ourselves; in it we discover only what concerns us and, sometimes, by chance, what interests those whom we love the most. ” Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Senior Prom committee. Donald D. Pesce Yearbook 4; D.E.C.A 3, 4. 170 SENIORS Natalie A. Pupa “Rat” “Love doesn’t make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile. ” Variety Show 3; Spring Track 2; Cheerleader 3, Powderpuff football Player 3. Susette Rego “Sue” “If there ’s one thing in my life worth living, it’s the time that I spend alone, sailing on the cool and bright clear waters. It’s kind of a special feeling out on the sea alone, and I never want to lose that inspiration. ” Model U.N. 3; Model Sena te 3, 4; Yearbook 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Senior Prom com- mittee; Nurses’s Aide 1; Office Aide 1; Powderpuff Football Player 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Philip L. Rancourt “Phil” “You should not have to return to the past to revive an old rela- tionship. ” Intramurals 4. Lori A. Raposa “Babbles”, “F.R.” “It is very easy in the world to live by the opinion of the world. It is very easy in solitude to be self-centered. But the finished person is he who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude. ” Yearbook 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 2; Softball 3, 4; Senior Prom Com- mittee; Math League 4; Wind Sinfonia 2, 4. Tammy L. Qvarnstrom “Tam T.Q. ” “I send you all my regards it’s so tuff; it’s so hard listen to the ham- mers f allin ’ in the breakers yard . . . You better watch your step. ” Elvis Costello. Yearbook 1; Tennis 2; Color Guard 2 . Elizabeth J. Quackenbush “Quack” “Our values are the guides by which we navigate ourselves through life. ” Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Foot- ball Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Kimberly D. Ressler “Kim” “Wherever you go, it’s your friends who make your world. ” Junior Classical League 1; Variety Show 3; Spring Track 1; Art Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; D.E.C.A 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom committee; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Joseph F. Read “Joe” “When all eke fails, follow direc- tions. ” SNARC of Westwood 1, 2, 3, 4. SENIORS 171 Douglas E. Richards Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Model U.N. 3; Spring Production 2, 3, 4; March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Wind Sinfonia 2, 4; Brass Ensemble 4; N. E. Scholastic Honors Band 2, 3; Lions All-State Band 4. Timothy J. Rollins Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Christopher J. Riel “Life is like a road. Sometimes it’s clear and sometimes it’s icey. The trick is to be very careful when it’s icey, because there’s no telling whats going to happen, or what your going to lose. ’’ Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1. 2, 3, 4. Timothy M. Rioux, Jr. “Rue” Student Council 3; Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 3; D.E.C.A 4. Jacqueline M. Riley “Jackie” “History repeats itself . . . . because no one listens the first time. ” Cross-Country 1; Powderpuff Foot- ball Player 3. Joseph W. Rigby Mark C. Rosbach “Roscoe” “It is absurd for a man to wait for that which he himself has to do. ” Baseball 1; Basketball 2; Football 2, 3, 4. G. Michelle Robidoux [ “Michelle” “All the world’s indeed a stage and we are merely players; per- formers and portrayers. Each an- other’s audience outside the gild- ed cage. ” Junior Classical League 4; Dra- ma Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 3, 4; Fall Play j 1, 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 2, 3; ' Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Va- ij riety Show 3; Marching Band 1; ;[ Concert Band 2, 3; Stage Band i. 3; Tennis 4; Intramurals 3; Sen- ior Prom Committee; Media ; Aide 1, 2; Nurses’s Aide 3; Math i ' League 3. !■ 172 SENIORS Jodi A. Ryan Patricia A. Scarlatelli “Trish ” Best Dressed “There s a miracle called Friend- ship, that dwells within the heart and you don ’t know how it hap- pens or when it gets its start . . . But the happiness it brings you always gives a special lift . . . and you realize that Friendship is a precious gift. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Captain Basketball 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom committee; Senior Prom Com- mittee; Powderpuff football Player 3; Coach 3; Float Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4. James R. Santsaver “Tigger” “When mankind listens to what it sees, it will find what it seeks to discover. ” Eric T. Rousseau “Eric” “Ffigh School years are the greatest!!!” Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Wind Sin- fonia 2. Leslie M. Schricker “Leslie” Class Flirt “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail. ” Kathie B. Schaeberle “Schabes” Smartest “A smile is a curve that helps set things straight. ” Honor Society 2, 3, 4; President 4; Junior classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Cross-Country 1; Spring Track 1; G.A.A. 2; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4. Diane L. Savard “Di” “Whatever the challenge, whatever the test, whatever you ’re striving for . ... Give it your best!” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Softball 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3; Office Aide 1; Powder- puff Football Player 3; Float Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4. Michael Ryan D.E.C.A 3. SENIORS 173 fpii I Jeffrey J. Shaw Smartest James A. Sharp “Toka” “Space” “Once a knight every knight but once a night is enough. ” David A. Sevigny “Zig” “Dreaming of the person you will be tomorrow is a waste of the per- son you are today. ” Variety Show 3; Baseball 1; Cross- Country 1, 2, 3; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 2, 3; D.E.C.A 3, 4. “Physics is fun. ” Honor Society 3, 4; College Bowl 3; Cross-Country 4; Spring Track 1; Math League 3, 4. Robin M. Skawinski D.E.C.A. 3, 4, President; Office Aide 1; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4. Michael K. Shepard Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4. James M. Sheldon “Jim " “The greatest obstacles man has in life are the ones he places in his own path. ” Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1. Kerrin L. Sloan “Kerr in” “They say a restless body can hide a peaceful soul. A voyager and a settler, they each have a distant goal. H searched the heavens or if 1 search inside, it really doesn ’t matter as long as I can tell myself I’ve always tried. ” Model U.N. 4; Model Senate 4; Spring Track 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Com- mittee; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, Wendy E. Shaffer “Wen” “Everybody’s got a bomb. We could all die here today. But before I’ll let that happen; I’ll dance my life away. ” 2 . If ) I i f 174 SENIORS Lawrence P. Soullier John H. Stolworthy “4 me, the spark of mind that is my consciousness, dwells in a lo- cus that is neither place nor time. I am an infant, am a child, am a youth, a man, old man dying. I am all these me’s, have always been all these me’s, will always be all these me’s in the place where my mind dwells in an ex- ternal moment divorced from time ...” Newspaper 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One- Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Va- riety Show 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 4; Chorus 2, 3; Me- dia Aide 1; Computer Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer League 2. Donald A. Solari “Don” “It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers. ” Soccer 2, 3. Anna L. Spadoni “Anna Banana” “What is done is done But your life has yet begun Don’t dwell on the past Just make today last. ” Media Aide 4. Francis E. Strachan “Strac” “Life is full of ‘what if ’s’. He who strives and prepares to eliminate these ‘what if ’s’ will find his goals much easier to achieve. Remember it only takes one ‘what if’ to ruin a dream. ” Student Council 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramur- als 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Coach 3, 4. DonnaLee St. Germain “Donna” “Dreams are like rainbows, they never end. ” Art Club 3; Media Aide 1. Arthur J. Spencer “AJ” “Life has many complexities result- ing from indifferent hardships. Through education we learn to deal and conquer these and their injus- tices of our society. ” Variety Show 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Stage Band 1, 2, 3; Computer Aide 3, 4. Gretchen A. Stack Chorus 1. SENIORS 175 Eric C. Strom Kevin P. Tremblay “Trem” “Love this time of your life- these years, these days, these moments, with all it’s particular pleasures. It will never come again. ’’ Variety Show 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Barbara E. Tetley “Tet " “A friend loveth at all times. ” Spring Track 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Commit- J. Tetreault tee; Float Committees 4. “Tate” “Live every day to it’s fullest, for you never know what tomorrow will bring. ” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 3. James A. Veilleux “Veggie” “What our country needs is a good big laugh. H someone could get off a good joke every ten days, I think our troubles would be over. ” Christine Swadling Football i, 2, 3, 4. Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4. Thomas J. Varden “Chief” “The past is to be remembered and not relived. The future can only be thought of and chal- lenged. But the present is to be enjoyed. So, live life to the ful- lest now so you can look back with happy memories and look ahead to the future with hope. ” Junior Classical League 3, 4. " h dim Ikt kjl km flam i eii done OUlsi, help ail ' Sprioi u. Sharon J. Udelson P J 176 SENIORS Robert S. Walton “Commi Killer” ‘‘Better dead than red. ” Ice Hockey 1. Mary A. Weber “Mouse” “Never look back to the bad memo- ries, only the good ones. ” Bryan D. Wilde “Born to be ... , GQ” “Best Dressed” “People tell me I haven’t changed at all, but I don’t feel the same. And I bet you ’ve had that feeling too. You just can’t taugh all the time. And if the fires burn out, there’s only fire to blame. No time to worry cause we’re on the roam again. The douds all scatter and we ride the outside lane, not on your own, so help me please hold back the ' ain. ” Jpring Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4. I Bonnie Wheeler “Boney” “Be yourself No one can ever tell you you ’re doing it wrong. ” Student Council 1, 2; Junior Classi- cal League 2; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; Float Committees 1, 2, 3. Paul B. Whitney “Whit” “Friendliest” “There isn’t a problem in the world which can’t be conquered with a smile and neat hair. ” Junior Class, Sec.; Senior Class, Sec.; Variety Show 3; Soccer 3; In- tramurals 4. Paul J. White “The Dorch” “Treat high school as a rare gift, for never again will you receive it. ” Variety Show 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 4; Golf 3; Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football, Cheer- leader 3, 4. Timothy J. Waseleski “Waz” “For long you’ll live and high you’ll fly and smiles you ’ll give and tears you ’ll cry and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. ” Soccer 1. Todd C. Vigorito “Vig” Wittiest “Without friends no one would choose to live, even if he had all other goods. ” Senior Class Vice-President; Variety Show 3; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 3, 4; Senior Prom Commit- tee; Powderpuff Football Cheer- leader 4; Float Committees 4. SENIORS 177 Not Pictured Jeffrey A. Bankert Thomas D. Yankee Golf 3, 4. Kristine M. Ziergiebel “Ziggy” “Look around and choose your ground, for long you live and high you fly, for smiles you give and tears you cry, but all you touch and all you see, is all your life will ever be. ” Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Powderpuff Football, Player 3, 4. 178 Elizabeth R. Zani “Liz” “You are not what you think you are. You are not even what others think you are. You are what you think others think you are. ” Art Club 3; D.E.C.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee. “Big Guy, Yank” “God is proud of those who are tall. ” Spring Production 1; Variety Show 1, 2; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3; Wind Sinfonia 1; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2. Michael D. Carvalho “Mike” “Time never seems to go by fast until it ' s already gone. ” Richard A. Church Football 1. Raymond L. Croft Football 1. Kim A. Hathaway Drama Club 3; Spring Track 1; D.E.C.A. 4. Donna Leavitt Douglas Mowry Kirk M. Murphy Student Council 2; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Junior Class Treasurer; Baseball 1; Basketball 2, 3; Spring Track 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. Vicki J. Patton Kenneth Ringuette Michael S. Ryder Newspaper 2, 3, 4; Cross-Coun- try 4; Spring Track 4. Lorrie M. Tarrie I I j I r I 1 1 CANDIDS 179 I 1 180 SUPERLATIVES ri. Superlatives, top left. Most Talkative: John Del- bonis and Darlene Ashworth. Top right, Most Talented: John Balut, Debbie Arabi- an. Above, Shyest: Dave Larson and Robin Charest. Left, Most Contributing: Todd Croteau and Kris Brauner. SUPERLATIVES 181 I Ci I Superlatives, right, Most Athletic: Jim Johnson and Margaret Connolly. Below, Best Looking: Ricky Lewis and Tracey Dean. Bottom, right. Class Flirts: Matt Albertini and Leslie Schricker. Bottom left. Wittiest: Todd Vigorito and Erin Cody. 182 SUPERLATIVES i " . tL r - Viki ' . f k i F. 1 Senior Prom On February 22nd, the Class of 1984 held its Senior Prom at the Biltmore Ho- tel in Providence, Rhode Island. The theme for the evening was taken from Kenny Roger’s “Through The Years” and music was provided by UVL. Following a reception and photographs, couples enjoyed chicken or roast beef dinners. After dinner Tracey Dean was crowned queen. Tracey and her court reigned over the festivities. No doubt, the evening will be remem- bered —through the years! 9 Top: The queen, court, and dates: Tim Rollins, Kacy Achin, David Lanci, Darlene Ashworth, Bryan Wilde, Maureen Bucklin, Todd Croteau, Tracey Dean, Jim Johnson, Sue Burns, Kevin Griswold, Angie Colletto, Craig Curren, Trisha Scarlatelli. Above.- Queen Tracey Dean and Todd Croteau en- joy a dance. Above center: Ricky Lewis and Matt Albertini, “We’re just a couple of sharply dressed men.” Above far right: Tracey LeBeau and Dave Potter, Let’s see those pearly whites. Right: Beth Quackenbush, Kurt Kummer, Kristin Stone, Kevin Tremblay, “Kurt will you stop laugh- ing! ' t ' ou’re shaking the table!!” 186 SENIOR PROM Top left: Henry Peterson. Robert Redford, look out!!” Top middle: Rick Golembewski, Debbie Greene, ‘‘Don’t we make a cute couple?” Top right: Mr. eind Mrs. Pickering, “Excuse me, you just saw what?” Middle left: Kacy Achin, Tim Rollins, “Please don’t squeeze zuiy tighter! I can’t breath.” Middle right: Sharon Hobbs, Tim Waseleski, David Sevigny, Gzdl Faulder, “Come on you guys we can fit two more people at this table.” Far left: A souvenir of a memorable night. Left: Angie Colletto, Kevin Griswold, “Hold me up. I’m fzJling asleep.” I SENIOR PROM 187 Pizza party On May 31, 1984, the class of ’84 got together in the North Attleboro High School cafeteria for a pizza party. Seven- ty-five pizzas were consumed and eleven cases of soft drinks. As each person came in a raffle ticket was given out. The prizes were glasses left over from the Senior Prom, five sets of six glasses each. After finishing all the pizza, Milky Ways and Snicker Bars were handed out on a first come, first serve basis. Unfortunately, Mother Nature and the weatherman did not cooperate, so that the faculty student softball game could not be played. It was a complete wa- shout! A lot of talking and laughing made the party a success. Even Ray Croft, out of the hospital, but on crutches, made the party. Top: Ricky Lewis, Ronnie Gayton, Matt Albertini, Ryan Laurence and Todd Gross, “We ate 74 of the 75 pizzas!” Far right: Lisa Goddard and Donny Gaskin share their goodbyes and hellos! Right: Jim Johnson, the All-American boy! Below: Miss Cooke and Mr. Whitty announce the raffle winners. 188 PIZZA PARTY r 11 r " H Top left: Bonnie Wheeler won a set of prom glasses. Top center: Donna St, Germain was also a lucky winner. Top right: Paul Whitney and Miss Cooke, “Smile, you’re on candid camera” Above left: Everyone files out after an enjoyable afternoon. Above: Kevin Griswold digs in for more. Left: Liz Dromsky toasts the Class of ’84 with her Tab. I i f PIZZA PARTY 189 Reception On May 30, 1984, seniors began saying goodbye as they attended the annual Sen- ior Reception, sponsored by the Alumni Association and held at the King Philip Ballroom. Following a chicken dinner with all the fixings, a receiving line was formed by the seniors. Parents, faculty, and friends then had a chance to con- gratulate and enjoy a few words of “goodbye” with the graduates. Dancing was enjoyed throughout the rest of the evening, and a good time was had by all! Top left: Todd Belham shares a dance with his Mom. Top right: Darlene Ashworth, Lois Nevers and LeeAnne Childs, “Smile for the birdie!” Middle left: Carl Mitchell introduces the Class of 1984 . Middle right: Mike Ryan, David Lanci, Paul Henry, Matt Albertini, Ricky Lewis, Lynne Hussey, Mark Gallagher, Beth McCann, Ryan Laurence and Tricia Scarlatelli. Right: Bryan Wilde and Amy Caldwell, “Don’t they make a cute couple?” Far right: Don Gaskin, Kevin Tremblay, John Del- bonis, Tyler Falcone, Paul White and Todd Vigor- ito. Sharp dressed men! 190 SENIOR RECEPTION Top left: The Class of 1984 begins its processional march around the ballroom. Top right: Leslie Schricker, Liz Zani and Kathie Schaeberle, “This sure is a wild time!” Above left: John Balut, Lori Raposa and Chris Reil, “You’re not really going to take our picture, are you Above center: Dancing was enjoyed by all. Above right: Mark Rosbach receives a congratula- tions kiss from Jim Veilleux. Left: Beth Quackenbush, Sharon France, Diane Sa- vard. Missy Langille, Lori Estrella, Rhaina Paradis, Barbara Tetley, and Lisa Goddard. ' • 1 SENIOR RECEPTION 191 I Class day Friday, June 3, 1984, saw the seniors hold Formal Class Day for parents and friends in the high school gymnasium. Es- says were read by Caroline Croke, “The Last Farewell”, Sharon LaCroix, “The Closing Months”, and Ronald Llacuna, “Key to Your Success”. A vocal selec- tion, “Theme from Mahogany”, was sung by Debbie Arabian, Darlene Ashworth, Kurt Anderson and Barbara Culp. The Principal’s Award was presented to four seniors who had been on the honor roll for all marking periods for four years. They were Michelle Blancette, Jeff Shaw, Kathie Schaeberle and Nancy Falocco. Next was a new award, the Presidents’ Academic Fitness Award, this being the pioneer year. Mr. Kenneth Pickering pre- sented this to six deserving seniors: Mi- chelle Blanchette, John Holden, Kathie Schaeberle, Jeff Shaw, Brian Bannon, and Mark Gallagher. Thom Freeman re- ceived the Century 111 Leader Award, and Kacy Achin was presented the Merle Crockett Award as the outstanding sen- ior. Maureen Buklin and Nancy Falocco, co- editors of the Northern Light, announced that this year’s publication is dedicated to senior advisor. Miss Linda Cooke. Ex- change student, Maria Horling, from Swe- den, spoke briefly about her feelings and impressions of North Attleboro High School. Before the class ode was sung by Debbie Arabian, accompanied by Mi- chelle Robidoux on the piano and John Balut playing a saxophone solo, a slide show was presented, highlighting the four years of the Class of 1984. Following the Class Day activities a re- ception was held in the cafeteria, a 192 CLASS DAY Opposite page, top: Ron Llacuna delivers a mes- sage to the crowd. Opposite page, center: John Balut and Michelle Robidoux accompany Debbie Arabian as she sings the class ode. Opposite page, far left: Caroline Croke presents her essay. Opposite page, bottom left: Maria Horling tells about her life as an exchange student at NAHS. Opposite page, bottom right: Miss Cooke accepts her flowers as it is announced that the 1984 North- ern Light has been dedicated to her. This page, top left: A long line of graduating seniors at Class Day festivities. This page, top right: Sharon LaCroix delivers her essay. This page, above: Debbie Arabian, Darlene Ash- worth, Kurt Anderson and Barbara Culp sing at Class Day. This page, left: Steve Gaumond and Debbie Gau- dette pose for a picture. { CLASS DAY 193 1 I ' 1 T 194 GRADUATION Sunday, June 3, 1984, broke sunny and warm after a week of rain, enabling the 253 North Attleboro High School seniors to graduate outside on the high school field. Speeches were heard from Valedictorian, Jeffrey Shaw, entitled “The Key to a Bet- ter Tomorrow”, and Salutatorian, Kathie Schaeberle, entitled “Graduate into Edu- cation”. The guest speaker, James S. Cook, Presi- dent of the L.G. Balfour Company and a Brown University alumnus, commended the class on its eagerness and excitement in dealing with modern technology. How- ever, he cautioned the graduates on the tremendous responsibility that the power of technology carries with it. The highlight of the afternoon was the presentation of diplomas by the Chair- man of the School Committee. Scholar- ships, amounting to $40,100. were given to deserving students. The Athletic Cups, awarded for excellence in sportsmanship, leadership, athletic skill and scholarship went to James Johnson and Margaret Connolly. Approx imately sixty-four per- cent of the graduates are going on to higher education. Four years of hard work and fun had come to an end, and a new beginning was just “around the corner”. Opposite page, top left: The Class of 1984 receiv- ing a pregraduation speech in the auditorium. Opposite page, top right: The graduates concentrat- ing on their processional march. Opposite page, bottom: The Class of 1984! This page, top: The graduates anxiously await the start of the ceremonies. This page, center: Momentoes of the occasion. This page, far left: Mr. Whitty addresses the crowd. This page, left: Guest speaker, James S. Cook, President of Balfour, delivers his message to the Class of 1984. GRADUATION 195 Top left: Todd Vigorito leads the class and guests in the Pledge of Allegiance. Top center: Beth Quackenbush gladly accepts her diploma. Top right: Kathie Schaeberle makes her speech as salutatorian to the graduating class. Center: The Class of 1984! Far rigtht: The final celebration! Right: Heidi Garito receives the papers that make it official. 196 GRADUATION r u Top left: John Bedard leads a long line of graduates to receive their diplomas. Top right: Jeffrey Shaw receives an award for aca- demic excellence. Center left: James Johnson accepts his academic athletic award. Center right: John Balut, Beth McCann, Rhaina Par- adis and Beth Quackenbush prepare to receive their diplomas. Left: The class remembering the times they are leaving behind, but looking forward to the future. KEEP YOUR FEET ' ON THE GROUND ' GRADUATION 197 I ■ « 1 I ads on the rise f I; .■ 1 ' I- I FOR MEN PRINCE GARDNER Leather Goods PIERRE CARDIN Jewelry. Belts Personal Leather Goods L’AIGLON Jewelry, Belts Personal Leather Goods ETIENNE AIGNER Jewelry Belts Personal Leather Goods SWANK Jewelry Gifts, Belts Personal Leather Goods ROYAL COPENHAGEN Fragrance Products FOR WOMEN PRINCESS GARDNER Leather Goods Belts PIERRE CARDIN Jewelry Belts Personal Leather Goods ANNE KLEIN Jewelry BIAGI Jewelry FLORA DANICA Perfume Univis Frame Compliments Of BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE TO THE CLASS OF 1984 PO Box 1072 Triboro Industrial Park North Attleboro, Massachusetts 02761 Telephone 617-695-2575 ROUTE 1A. WAMPUM CORNER. 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MA 02760 panels j uards cabinets exhaust systems consoles machine bases decreasing tanks special items awelco, inc. metal fabricators |nhn dietsch boulevard attleboro tails, massachuselts 02763 telephone 617 695 25J3 Compliments Of NORTH ATTLEBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT Good Luck Class Of 1984 CLASS RINGS - HIGH SCHOOL - PRIVATE SCHOOL - HOSPITAL ■ COLLEGE PAPER PRODUCTS - DIPLOMAS • GRADUATION INVITES • CARDS TROPHIES - MEDALS - PINS ■ PLAQUES - CASTINGS CAPS AND GOWNS - PROM FAVORS - MUGS - JACKETS HOSPITAL INSIGNIA ■ SERVICE AWARDS - PINS O’Brien Johnson, Inc. 871 Washington Street Braintree, Massachusetts 02184 617 848-3250 617 848-3251 ADS 201 •? 1-617-699-8429 FLOORCOVERING OlTOlUl CENTER Carpet - Linoleum - Tile 570 Kelley Blvd Na Attleboro. 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NORDIC COMPANY INC, North Attleboro Industrial Park Attleboro Falls MA 02763 Joseph Billington 617 699 4951 428 Towne Street North Attleboro, MA 02760 REEVE’S DRUG " The Friendly Corner Drug Store 67 N. Washington Street Sidings Mobile Homes Masonry Trucks Trailers I BELL’S EXTERIOR CLEANING Mobile High Pressure Wash Wax PAUL BELHAM 617 695-5215 21 Metiers Street North Attleboro, MA 02760 RESTAURANTS AND CATERING SERVICE 16 So. Main St. — Attleboro. MA 02703 (611) 695-9067 ALL REPAIRS, REPAINT BODYWORK Compliments Of A FRIEND” JIM MORESHEAD Owner 181 CHESTNUT STREET NO. ATTLEBORO, MA. 02760 Compliments Of B S L CLEANERS ADS 203 Congratulations To Eric Strom And Class Of 1984 •«nD 4 TTL•c j:5Fb ... P O BO X T 0 0 PORFST st FFT TTLFBORO MASS C2 703 COAL co.« me RICHARD DOESCHER SHERMAN STROM I i -sUIivianV Serving Your Footwear And Accessory Needs Since 1908! 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MA 02763 69VI007 URCC UA COLUMBIA CABLEVISION OF MASSACHUSETTS )f2 HIGH FIDELITY, PHOTO -f VIDEO EQUIPMENT 90 Commonwealth Avenue, No. Attleboro, Mass. (617) 699-8819 Special Thanks To: STEVEN’S MARKET 205 Smith St. N. Attleboro, MA 02760 QUALITY SILK SCREENING] i iHPwruii uPOTr Beer-Wine-Deli Mobile Auto 580 Kelley Blvd. Glass Service No. Attleboro 699-2833 Boulevard Glass Home • Auto • Business Storm Window Repairs Plexiglass • Insurance Claims Custom Mirrow Work Kevin Wallace 24 Hour Emergency Service WESCO INDUSTRIES INC. 229 West Street North Attleboro, MA M M COMPANY Div. of Wesco Industries, Inc. New Toys • Computer Software Hobbies • Sportswear • Gifts 570 Kelley Blvd., N. Attleboro (Across From Registry) 698-1672 Complete Jobbing for the Jewelry Trade Stamping Stonesetting Ringmaking Presswork Soldering Wedding Bands and Diamonds at Discount 695-2632 699-4671 Congratulations Class Of 1984 BUTLER TIRE SALES 404 E. Washington St., N.A. Bob Butler " 64 " Compliments Of: MERRY-GO-ROUND 431 South St. Plainville, Ma. 02762 Airport Sports Shop, Inc. Hunting, Fishing Reloading Supplies 01 1 -1 E B Construction, Inc. GENERAL CONTRACTOR TELEPHONE (617) 222-6373 ED BAYLY PRESIDENT LICENSE NO. 039879 INSURED 23 HOLDEN STREET ATTLEBORO. MASSACHUSETTS 02703 ED ARANCIO 585 Kelley Boulevard (617) 695-7071 North Attleboro, Massachusetts 02760 ADS 207 I -K 1 Home Of The Senior Reception GREAT PARTIES START HERE ( 617 ) 384-3111 208 ADS Compiments Of: ENGELHARD INDUSTRIES DIVISIDN ROUTE 158, PLAINVILLE, MA OS76S ROME’S HAIR CUTTERS " For TMo r Who Prefer Excellence” Call for Appointment Walk-ins Welcome MAN-MAR BUILDING RTE 152 KELLEY BLVO • ' NO ATTLEBORO-PLAINVILLE LINE TEL 695 9BS4 i ja NoatM w.SHiNf.roN sr iiiiuoais ' NoaiH Aiiitaoao ma 02 eo io aviRi siawici • The Flower 9fudio f MI2WiaS MHISRIR tVHAI tMIBOS AHHIK SAY o BOBBY’S ROLLAWAY THE NORTHERN LIGHT Thanks 5983 Newport Ave. Bill Flannery And (401) 725-4260 725-5777 D.E.C.A. THE 1984 NORTHERN LIGHT STAFF Thanks The Following Firms For Their Generous Support: Almeida Photography Handies Auto Electric Attleboro Toyota Inc. Premier Roll Tool Inc. Buchanan Appraisal Co. Compton Doors Physical Therapy Services Inc. Wrentham Nurseries Harry Ez Co. Astros East Cocktail Lounge Richard W. Thimat Co. Inc. Plainville Stock Anhydro Inc. Custom Engravers Gaumond’s Auto body Towne Country Parts Inc. Morrocco Bros. Inc. Bob Fish Motors Fisher Auto Body Colstone Pancake Restaurant DiMonte’s Family Restaurant Superior Interiors Achin’s Garage Colonial Repair Service Dyer Heating Air Conditioning Inc. Deblois Oil Co. ADS TRI-BORO SHELL 205 Commonwealth Ave. N. Attleboro, Ma. 699-4363 Congratulations From: MANDEVILLE CHEVROLET Inc, 270 E. Washington St. RIe. 1 NO. ATTLEBORO. MASS. 02760 DAIRY QUEEN F. L. MANDEVILLE Telephone 617 695-3501 President 401 723-6868 389 N. Washington St. The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man’s foot long enough to enable him to put the other somewhat higher. — Thomas H. 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193, 197 Bankert, Jeffrey 71 Bannon, Brian 64, 65, 124, 149 Barry Joanne 107, 124, 128, 149 Bedard, John 60, 84, 87, 124, 149, 197 Bedard, Kevin 149 Belham, Todd 60, 62, 63, 80, 113, 115, 149, 190 Benoit, Janice 150 Blanchette, Michelle 150 Boss, Tina 150 Boutin 150 Brauner, Kristine 90, 132, 134, 150, 181 Bravetti, Treasa 41, 150 Brunell, Laura 66, 82, 83, 113, 150 Bucklin, Maureen 107, 120, 150, 186 Burke, Susan 151 Burns, Susan 14, 85, 90, 92, 93, 111, 113, 124, 126, 151, 183, 186 Butterworth, Patricia 113, 151 Caldwell, Amy 85, 90, 91, 92, 93, 108, 113, 126, 132, 151, 190 Calhoun, Jeffrey 151 Calligan, Joseph 151 Campbell, Sharyn 151 Caranci, Maria 41, 151 Chabot, Michael 152 Champagne, John 152 Charest, Robin 152, 181 Charpentier, Robin 152 Cheney, Gretchen 152 Childs, Lee-Ann 109, 118, 119, 152, 190 Christensen, Steven 106, 107, 152 Cobb, Jeffrey 60, 113, 152 Cody, Erin 107, 108, 117, 119, 126, 127, 129, 153, 182 Colletto, Angela 12, 85, 134, 135, 153, 186, 187, Connolly, Margaret 66, 72, 73, 83, 153, 182 Considine, Mary 115, 153 Considine, Patricia 108, 142, 153 Cotter, Diane 106, 107, 108, 111, 124, 126, 129, 153 Croke, Caroline 8, 115, 153, 193 Croteau, Todd 60, 74, 75, 95, 134, 153, 181, 186 Crowell, Angela 154 Cuddeback, William 154 Culhane, Sheila 154 Culp, Barbara 117, 119, 141, 154, 193 Cuoco, Simone 154 Daly, Elrick 154 Davignon, Melissa 154 Davis, Lynn 107, 129, 142, 154 Dean, Tracey 123, 155, 182, 186 DeBlois, Monica 155 DeBlois, Tammi 136, 155 DeBlois, Wendy 155 DelBonis, John 71, 74, 84, 85, 95, 113, 126, 155, 181, 190 DeMarco, Patricia 66, 108, 129, 155 Deppisch, Richard 155 Devine, Karen 78, 155 Devlin, Shila 8, 156 Dobro, Chester 112, 121, 156 Domingos, Cynthia 156 Doran, Jean 66, 72, 73, 82, 156 Dromsky, Elizabeth 85, 156, 189 Ducharme, Shonda 115, 156 Dugas, Holly 156 Ellis, Mark 156 England, Steven 106, 107, 109, 117, 119, 129, 157 Estrella, Lori 107, 157, 191 Falcone, Tyler 60, 80, 113, 157, 190 Falocco, Nancy 106, 107, 111, 124, 132, 157 Fellmann, Jennifer 66, 107, 108, 126, 129, 157 Fontaine, Tammy 157 Fortune, James 115, 157 Fraatz, Brenda 157 France, Sharon 78, 89, 107, 113, 158, 191 Freeman, Thom 68, 95, 112, 128, 158 Gallagher, Mark 60, 158, 190 Gariepy, Gregory 158 Garito, Heidi 124, 158, 196 Gaskin, Donald 60, 80, 95, 158, 180, 188, 190 Gaudette, Debbie 88, 89, 111, 113, 124, 158, 193 Gaumond, Stephen 60, 80, 81, 96, 113, 124, 126, 127, 158, 193 Gayton, Ronald 68, 76, 77, 95, 159, 188 Gibney, Kathleen 95, 159 Girard, Albert 106, 107, 159 Giusti, Eugene 159 Goddard, Lisa 159, 188, 191 Golembewski, Frederic 117, 118, 139, 140, 159, 187 Goslin, Diana 159 Grant, Cheryl 82, 83, 108, 126, 159 Gray, Carol 108, 160 Gray, Lynn 160 Greene, Deborah 107, 108, 124, 126, 135, 140, 160, 187 Griswold, Kevin 60, 62, 87, 124, 160, 186, 187, 189 Grosse, Todd 60, 84, 87, 95, 113, 160, 188 Hainey, Kelly 65, 85, 124, 160 Hallal, Rhonda 89, 160 Hand, Edward 57, 160 Hannon, Rochelle 107, 108, 124, 126, 140, 161 Hathaway, Kim 115 Henry, Paul 80, 81, 161, 190 Hill, Jodi 161 Holbrook, Paul 108, 161 Holden, John 14, 60, 113, 124, 161, 180 Holmes, Christopher 161 Horling, Karin 161, 193 Howlett, Steven 115, 161 Hughes, Cheryl 10, 107, 108, 126, 135, 162 Hurd, Ruth 162 Hussey, Lynne 108, 126, 162, 190 Inglese, Peter 60, 80, 95, 113, 162 Johnson, James 60, 61, 62, 63, 74, 80, 81, 113, 123, 126, 134, 135, 162, 183, 186, 188 Kelleher, Wendy 108, 109, 141, 162 Kelly, Kerrin 162 Kiff, Brian 162 Kirschbaum, Terry 93, 163 Kummer, Kurt 60, 61, 62, 74, 84, 113, 163, 186 Labrie, Donna 163 LaCroix, Michelle 10, 163 LaCroix, Sharon 163, 193 Lamar, Timothy 74, 163 Lanci, David 68, 113, 115, 163, 186, 190 Lander, Donald 60, 96, 113, 164 Landry, Paulette 164 Langille, Melissa 126, 164, 191 LaPlante, Lorraine 72, 73, 164 Larson, David 64, 65, 84, 85, 164, 181 Laurence, Ryan 60, 115, 164, 188, 190 Leavitt, Donna 108 LeBeau, Tracey 16 4, 186 Leppert, Lucille 126, 164 Lewis, Richard 77, 165, 182, 186, 188, 190 Llacuna, Ronald 10, 88, 89, 165, 193 Lucchetti, Scott 165 Mancini, Janet 8, 165 Martell, Darlene 136, 165 McAfee, Eileen 8, 117, 126, 139, 140, 165 McAvoy, Virginia 165 McCallum, David 165 McCann, Elizabeth 78, 85, 92, 93, 94, 107, 108, 124, 126, 166, 180, 190, 197 McEleney, Michelle 8, 166 McGill, Charles 112, 136, 166 McLintock, Scott 166 Medeiros, Matthew 166 Meunier, Charles 166 Meyer, Glenn 60, 113, 115, 166 Midon, Christopher 68, 70, 166 Miller, Kevin 167 Mitchell, Laurie 47, 167 Mobriant, Robyn 109, 167 Morse, Keith 167 Mulligan, Robert 167 Mulvey, Brian 167 Murphy, James 68, 136, 167 Murphy, Kirk 68, 69 Murray, Timothy 167 Musil, Joanne 168 Nardelli, Beth 91, 92, 93, 115, 168 Nardi, Steven 168 Nelson, John-Erik 60, 62, 80, 113, 168 Nevers, Lois 168, 190 Nowell, Deborah 108, 126, 168 O’Connor, Nancy 115, 168 Olson, Cheryl 168 Paille, John 169 Paquin, Beverly 169 Paradis, Rhaina 72, 108, 121, 169, 191, 197 Partington, Cynthia 169 Paulousky, Kathleen 169 Payson, David 169 Pearce, Joseph 169 Perkoski, Lisa 169 Pereault, Rhonda 170 Perry, Elizabeth 170 Perry, Glenn 170 Pesce, Donald 115, 170 Peterson, Henry 170, 187 Pettengill, Andrea 64. 65, 85, 87, 126, 170 Polion, Timothy 170 Potter, David 115, 170, 186 Pupa, Natalie 47, 171 Quackenbush, Elizabeth 107, 108, 124, 126, 171, 186, 191, 196, 197 Qvarnstrom, Tammy 171 Rancourt, Philip 171 Raposa, Lori 140, 171, 191 Read, Joseph 57, 171 Rego, Susette 171 Ressler, Kimberly 115, 171 Richards, Douglas 124, 140, 143, 172 Reil, Christopher 139, 140, 172, 191 Rigby, Joseph 172 Riley, Jacqueline 172 Rioux, Timothy 110, 115, 172 Robidoux, Michelle 6, 113, 126, 172, 193 Rollins, Timothy 68, 69, 70, 172, 186, 187 Rosbach, Mark 60, 113, 172, 191 Rousseau, Eric 6, 10, 140, 173 Ryan, Jodi 173 Ryan Michael 173, 190 Santsaver, James 173 Savard, Diane 113, 120, 173, 191 Scarlatelli, Patricia 14, -85, 90, 91, 92, 93, 126, 173, 183, 186, 190 Schaeberle, Kathie 110, 111, 124, 126, 173, 180, 191, 196 216 INDEX Schricker, Leslie 65, 85, 111, 173, 182, 191 Sevigny, David 174, 187 Shaffer, Wendy 41, 174 Sharp, James 174 Shaw, Jeffrey 14, 110, 121, 124, 174, 180, 197 Sheldon, James 174 Shepard, Michael 68, 69, 70, 112, 128, 174 Skawinski, Robin 115, 174 Sloan, Kerrin 107, 129, 174 Solari, Donald 175 Soullier, Laurence 175 Spadoni, Anna 41, 109, 136, 175 Spencer, Arthur 136, 175 St. Germain, Donna 175, 189 Stack, Gretchen 175 Stolworthy, John 114, 118, 119, 136, 139, 140, 141, 175 Strachan, Francis 14, 60, 61, 62, 74, 75, 96, 113, 122, 134, 175 Strom, Eric 176 Swadling, Christine 176 Tarrie, Lora 115 Tetley, Barbara 176, 191 Tetreault, Philip 60, 61, 176 Tremblay, Kevin 60, 61, 74, 84, 113, 176, 186, 190 Udelson, Sharon 176 Varden, Thomas 176 Veilleux, James 60, 111, 113, 176, 191 Vigorito, Todd 84, 95, 96, 177, 182, 190, 196 Waseleski, Timothy 177, 187 Walton, Robert 177 Weber, Mary 177 Wheeler, Bonnie 12, 78, 85, 92, 93, 177, 189 White, Paul 60, 77, 177, 190 Whitney, Paul 34, 115, 177, 183, 189 Wilde, Bryan 84, 177, 183, 186, 190 Yankee, Thomas 14, 74, 75, 139, 140, 142, 178 Zani, Elizabeth 119, 178 Ziergiebel, Kristine 66, 82, 113, 178 Juniors Alix, Lynne 110, 112, 124, 126, 127, 129, 131, 140 Anderson, Joseph 37, 41, 68, 70 Anderson, Katrin 37, 89, 127 Arena, David 37 Arns, Stephanie 34, 36, 37, 66, 126 Bagley, Patricia 37 Baillargeon, Stephen 37 Bannon, Brendan 41, 42, 64, 65, 84, 86, 124 Barbieri, Timothy 37 Barry, James 37 Bavin Cheryl 37 Beaulieu, Kevin 42, 124 Bennett, Carol 37 Billingkoff, Eric 34, 37, 74, 75, 80 Bishop, 35, 37, 60, 80 Blanchette, Scott 6, 37, 68, 80 Boltz, Jennifer 10, 37, 109, 117, 139, 140, 141 Borek, Elizabeth 37 Boronski, Eric 37, 71 Bouchard, Kim 37 Boyd, Karen 37, 126 Braga, Kathy 37 Branagan, Robert 37 Broughton, Mark 37 Brousseau, Keith 37 Burns, Gail 37, 108 Burns, Rhonda 14, 37, 90, 91, 92, 93 Bury, Kelly 37 Cameron, Gary 37 Camire, Lori 37 Campbell, Gary 8, 37 Cappuccino, James 37 Carr, Patricia 37 Chabot, Laurie 8, 37, 107, 108, 126 Clancy, Darken 38 Clark, Jeffrey 38 Clark, Valerie 38 Clinton, Kathleen 38, 40, 78, 79 Colleran, David 38, 76, 77 Collette, Cynthia 38, 108 Colvin, Melissa 38 Conley, Donna 38 Connelly, Lisa 38, 90, 126 Corrigan, Shawn 38 Cote, Mary 38 Courcy, David 38 Croteau, John 12, 38, 80 Culp, Elizabeth 117 Dalton, Susan 35, 38, 66 Danko, Steven 38 Delfino, Steven 38, 111, 112, 121, 126, 131, 136 DeMarco, Frederick 38 Desautel, Lisa 38, 41 Dias, Robert 38 DiFilippo, Robert 38 Dion, Gregg 38, 40 Direnzo, Joseph 34, 38, 39, 40, 74, 134 Dorr, Michael 38, 77 Doucette, Jami 38 Doucette, Steven 38 Dowgiala, Steven 38, 88 Duckworth, Linda 38, 108, 141 Dupelle, Michael 38, 84, 129 Durang, David 38 Edwards, Michelle 38 Everton, Derri 38, 89, 90, 91, 92, 106, 107 Facteau, Richard 38 Farina, Adam 38 Farris, Russell 38 Faulder, Gail 38, 187 Fecteau, Tina 8, 34, 38 Feid, Michelle 38, 39, 108, 126 Ferreira, Kevin 38 Fisher, Daniel 38 Fong, Daniel 38, 68 Franklin, Melissa 38 Fuller, Kevin 39, 88, 89 Gagne, Peter 39 Gagner, Russell 39, 60 Caudette, Jill 34, 39, 66, 134 Gayton, Kim 34, 39, 66, 85 Gilligan, Carey 39 Gonya, Douglas 42, 140 Gordon, Deborah 34, 36, 39 Gould, Michael 39, 80 Grady, Lisa 39, 108, 126 Grise, Julie 39, 108 Hall, Bruce 39, 84, 134 Hallahan, Thomas 39, 60 Hanley, Beth 38, 39, 65, 85, 126, 184 Hanley, Michael 10, 39, 40, 64, 84 Harding, Kyle 39, 71, 77 Harmon, Christine 39 Harris, Michael 39, 60, 76, 77, 80, 126 Hill, Bradley 39, 68 Hobbs, Sharon 39, 187 Holmes, Michelle 39 Holmes, Robin 34, 39 Holsinger, Sandra 39 Howard, Richard 39, 140 Hurder, Linda 39, 85 Johnson, Duane 39, 60, 74 Johnson, Kent 34, 36, 41, 74, 80, 126 Johnston, Darrell 39, 109, 117, 118, 119, 139, 140, 141 Joy, Susan 42, 89, 124, 126 Justinski, Donna 39, 136 Karcher, Karen 39 Karpinski, Lori 34, 36, 39, 42, 78, 79, 85, 90, 92, 93, 107, 111, 126 Kelliher, Melissa 39 Kelley, Alan 39 Kieltyka, Troy 6, 39, 77 Kraskouskas, Jennifer 39, 41 LaBonte, Russell 34, 39, 60, 77, 94 Lamar, Deborah 39 Lander, James 35, 39, 41, 60 Landry, Dionne 39 LaPlume, Michelle 40 Lennox, Kimberly 35, 40, 66, 85, 107, 126 Levin, Peggy 40, 82, 95, 108, 121, 126 Lewicki, Carl 40 Lewis, Diana 41, 66, 72, 82, 83, 95, 126 Lithway, Brian 40, 134 MacDonald, Gary 40 Markasky, Michelle 40 Martell, William 40, 52 McAdams, Robert 40 McGee, Kimberly 38, 40 McGrath, James 40 McKinnon, Gregory 40, 64, 84, 86, 126, 129 McLaughlin, Colleen 40, 52 McNamee, Paul 40, 95 McNeil, Kathleen 40, 85, 107 McNielly, Elizabeth 39, 40, 66, 82 McSwiggan, Beth 142 Meomartino, Jill 39, 40 Mercier, Scott 40 Mercure Gregory 34, 77 Mercure, Tina 40 Messier, Karen 40 Mueller, Peter 40 Nelson, Camille 95, 108, 121, 124, 129, 131 Odie, Joannette 40 O’Neil, Patrick 37, 40 Onoyan, James 40, 60, 86 Onoyan, Thomas 40, 60, 61, 62, 63, 74, 84 Orlowski, Greg 39, 40 Ouellette, Michele 40 Pabst, Russell 71, 126 Packard, Cheryl 40, 141 Paquin, Mark 40 Parikh, Nimesh 40, 42, 126 Parker, Catherine 41, 142 Pestana, Mariellen 41, 65, 85, 126 Pfefferle, Christopher 40, 41, 126 Pierce Jeffrey 41, 140 Pion, Gregory 60 Piper, Arlon 41 Plumb, Michael 41, 60, 84, 86 Poirier, Daniel 41 Poirier, Michelle 41 Poirier, Sean 41, 88, 126, 127, 128, 131 Post, Stephen 41, 80 Precourt, Elise 8, 41 Protano, Mario 41 Puppolo, Jeffrey 41 Raymond, Kristie 90, 92 Re, Brian 41 Redding, Jeffrey 41, 88, 89 Reece, Tara 41, 72, 85 Rioux, Shawn 6, 60, 74 Ristaino, Tina 41 Rubyck, Scott 41, 77 Ruth, Sean 38, 41 Saleda, Andrea 41 Salisbury, Robert 41 Samma, Sakina 41, 107, 108, 126 Saulnier, Michael 41, 42, 117, 127, 128, 140 Schmidt, Christopher 41 Schromm, Deborah 41, 66, 85, 107, 126 Shepard, Marc 41, 68, 69, 70, 126 Sherman, John 41 Shorten, Nina 10, 41 Silva, Brian 41, 84 Silvestri, Karen 37, 41, 133 Simoneau, Paula 41 Simoneau, Ronald 41, 60 Skawinski, Todd 41, 60 Smith, Ryan 41 Soderquist, Roland 41 Soderquist, Sonya 41 Spearin, Kristin 41 Spoor, Kevin 41, 52 St. John, Robin 8, 41 Stewart, Christine 41 Taillon, Gerard 68, 69 Tattrie, Steven 42 Tatupu, Robynn 94 Taylor, Bethany 42 Taylor, Natalie 42 Tripp, Regina 42 Trotter, Kenneth 42 Udelson, Blake 38, 42, 84, 87, 164 Vaillancourt, Ann Marie 34, 42, 82, 83 Velino, Lawrence 42 Ventre, Gerald 35, 42, 126 Violet, Michael 42, 64, 84, 112, 124, 126, 129, 140 Walton, Debra 42, 90 Warton, Crystal 42 Waseleski, Lynn 34, 42, 66 Waters, Suzanne 42 INDEX 217 Watman, Terri 42 Watson, Gail 42 Webb, Bonnie 42 Wheeler, Nancy 42, 139, 140 Yoder, Pamela 42 Sophomores Abells, Christopher 136, 117 Achin, John 44, 48 Adinolfi, Andrew 44 Ala, Suzanne 65 Alonzo, Daniel 44 Amaral, Heather 44, 126 Ashworth, David 44, 48 Auclair, Michael 44 Auclair Pamela 44 Balut, Chris 44, 65 Barrs, Stacey 44 Bavin, Marie 44 Beard, Eric 44, 64, 84 Beaupre, Scott 44, 60 Benson, Debra 44 Blake, Thomas 44, 75 Bolton, Scott 44 Bonefant, Ronald 44, 75, 126 Borland, Melissa 44 Boutin, Janice 44 Boynton, Kerri 44 Brauner, Cheryl 44, 66 Bravetti, Sherri 44 Brunell, Kathleen 44, 14, 90, 91, 92, 93, 134 Brunelle, Jeffrey 44, 88 Brunelli, John 44, 84 Buckley, Sean 44, 48, 75, 126 Buckley, Todd 44, 84 Burns, Christine 136, 140 Burns, Joellen 44, 131, 89 Bury, Laura 44, 66 Cambridge, Julie 44, 107 Carvalho, Daniel 44 Cassidy, Kevin 44 Cerrone, Gino 44 Champagne, David 44, 84, 126 Charpentier, Richard 44 Charron, Scott 44, 60 Christensen, James 44 Clancy, Liam 47, 60, 84 Clark, Donna 44 Clark, Robert 44 Cobb, Lynne 45 Compton, Blake 45 Copley, William 45, 60, 75 Corbett, Glenn 45 Cornetta, Christopher 45, 60, 84 Cotter, Doreen 45, 46, 66, 86 Coutcher, Dave 45 Coyle, Melissa 45 Coyle, Michelle 45 Croteau, Christine 45, 72, 85, 43 Curtis, Steven 45 Deblois, Alicia 45 Defina, Patricia 45 Defreitas, Debra 45 Delbonis, Mandy 45, 78, 79 Dickerman, Deborah 45 Dieterle, Elizabeth 45 Donato, Joseph 45 Drotts, Stephen 45, 84 Duckworth. Carolyn 45, 108, 131 Dufault, Richard 45 Dufault, Tina 45 Dumaine, Thomas 45, 84 Dunne, Sean 45, 60 Edgar, Kimberly 45 Edwards, Dawn-marie 45 Eglitis, Todd 45 Eliason, Gretchen 45, 64, 108 Esmeraldo, Michael 45, 60 Falcone, Marchelle 45, 66, 82, 72 Farland, Jay 45 Farnell, Susan 45 Fellmann, Caryn 45, 78, 90, 92 85 Flamand, Diane 35, 45, 107, 126 Floyd, Karen 45 Foley, Bryan 45 Fontaine, David 45 Fowler, Christine 45, 90, 8, 126, 134 Fuller, Steven 45, 118, 119, 139, 140, 117 Fuller, Timothy 45, 75 Gallagher, Kevin 45, 60- Gardner, Kimberly 45, 126, 85 Gifford, Kim 45 Golembewski, Melissa 45, 49, 78, 119, 139, 140, 85, 117 Gordon, Sherry 12, 46, 66, 77 Gould, David 46, 60 Gould, Matthew 46, 126 Greene, Tammy 46 Griswold, Frank 46, 60 Gutauskas, Kristin 46 Harman, Kathie 46, 66 Harrop, Sabrina 46 Hathaway, John 46 Hebard, Roxanne 46, 126 Henry, Diane 46 Hill, Heidi 45, 46, 66, 106, 107, 85, 117 Hjerpe, Lisa 46, 126, 85 Houde, Thomas 46 Hughes, Philip 46, 84 Jeppe, Lisa 12, 46, 66 Jerpi, Lisa 45, 46, 66 Jewett, Tracey 46, 108, 107, 43 Johnson, Melody 46, 86, 85 Johnson, Shelley 46, 66 Johnson Shelly 46, 48 Jorde, Sharon 46 dost, Rhonda 46, 66 Justinski, Lori 46 Kallstrom, Donald 46 Keniston, Sean 46 Keyes, Christopher 46, 75, 134, 135 Kirby, Doreen 46, 48 Lacasse, Gerald 46, 84 Lacasse, Jocelyn 35, 46, 107, 126 Lafratta, Scott 46, 60, 184 Lagasse, David 46, 107, 106, 128 Lake, Rhonda 47, 139, 140 Langille, Leslie 46 Lanni, Keith 46, 47 Larocque, Lynne 46, 85 Lavalley, Emily 46 Leblanc, Chris 46 Leblanc, Kristen 46, 47, 92, 93, 72, 85 Lebrun, Michael 46 Lees, Kathryn 46 Legg, Judy 46 Levesque, Kevin 46 Lind, Denise 46, 139, 140, 126 Linowski, Stan 46 Loiselle, Linda 47, 49, 78, 79, 90, 92 Lotti, Staci 47 Macomber, Heather 47 Magnan, Kelly 47, 85 Mandell, Lauren 49, 1 18, 131, 107, 106, 128, 117 Marceau, Randall 47, 60 Marcotte, David 47, 77, 43 McAfee, Lynn 47, 140, 126 McCarthy, Lisa 47, 66 McCarthy, Michael 47, 60, 84 McDonald, Lisa 47, 78, 90, 43 McEvoy, Lisa 47, 78, 126, 117 McGovern, Gregg 47 McKenna, Jon 47, 77 Mello, Kelly 47 Mello, Michael 47 Miller, Kathleen 6, 47, 140, 126 Mochrie, Andrew 47 Morrison, Christopher 47 Morse, Carrie 47 Morse, Debbie 12, 47 Morse, Michelle 48 Moschides, Michael 47 Murphy, Kevin 47, 75, 84 Myhill, William 47 Nally, Kenneth 60, 75 Newman, Lyndalee 47, 126 Nicholson, Lisa 47, 90, 91 Nigro, Laurene 47, 139, 140, 126 Nisil, Melissa 47 Olivier, Peter 47, 126, 84 Ouellette, Dana 47, 71 Paquin, Christine 47, 48 Parent, Lisa 47, 85 Parikh, Ashish 47, 126, 84 Paris, Ronald 47 Patch, Richard 47, 48, 63, 75 Pearce, Karen 48, 126, 85 Pereira, Tina 48, 66, 126, 85, 43 Perkoski, Dawn 89 Perreault, Cheryl 48, 66 Perron, Robin 48 Pfefferle, Beth 48, 86, 126, 85 Pinkham, John 48 Pitman, Neal 48, 84 Plante, Michelle 48, 140, 126 Porter, Elaine 48, 90 Post, Laurie 48 Pouliot, Richard 48, 140 Prescott, Richard 48 Protano, Maria 45, 48 Puccio, Richard 48, 60 Reposa, Michael 48 Reynolds, Michael 47, 48, 71, 75 Rijo, Linda 48, 120 Roberts, Todd 48 Robidoux, Nicole 48 Rollins, Daniel 48, 84 Rollins, Theresa 48, 66 Rose, Barry 48 Rowles, Jason 48 Roy, Tracey 44, 48, 142 Rypka, Tara 108 Scarlatelli, Frederick 48, 75 Schnabel, Arthur 49 Sevigny, Daniel 48, 49, 60 Sevigny, Darlene 48 Sheldon, Deborah 48 Silvestri, Alison 48 Silva, Robert 48 Simoneau, Deanne 48 Smith, Karen 48, 78, 79, 85 Solari, Lori 35, 48 Soullier, Scott 48 Sousa, Daniel 48 Spencer, Andrea 46, 48, 66, 72, 86, 85 Stinson, Kimberly 48, 72 Stokoe, Mark 48 Stone, Kristin 49, 186, 89 Strachan, Michael 49. 60, 75 Strang, Lisa 49 Sweetland, Mark 48, 49 Swenson, Cynthia 49, 118, 119 Swindells, Jimmy 49 Tetley, Debbie 48 Texeira, Paul 49 Toole, Timothy 49, 71, 75 Travers, Brett 49 Vaillancourt, Elizabeth 49, 82, 72 Varden, Rosanna 140, 126 Verge, Lisa 49 Walsh, Penny 49 Waterman, Timothy 49, 60 West, Timothy 49 Westman, Tonya Lee 49, 66 Wheeler, Jonathan 49 Wills, Robert 49 Winslow, Steven 47, 49 Zielinski, Carrie 49 Zonfrillo, Priscilla 49 Freshmen Abrahamson, Andrew 51 Achin, Kelly 51, 85, 134 Achin, Rosanne 51, 126 Al-Amir, Charles 51, 136 Alix, Jennifer 14, 51 Anderson, Heidi 51, 55, 118, 117, 133 Arabian, Stephen 51 Arns, Christopher 51, 63, 77, 126 Ashworth, Daniel 51 Auclair, Noelle 51 Babb, Kimberly 51, 78, 85 Bainton, Sandra 51, 66. 78, 126 Ballard, Steven 51 Ballew, Stephen 51 Bardsley, Kimberly 51 Barnes, D’Ann 51 Barney, Krista 51, 66 Barry, Mary 51 Baumhoff, Christine 51, 117 Beach, Aaron 51 Bellavancc, Eric 51, 63 Bennett, Dawn 51 Berg, Jason 51, 63 Bibby, Lisa 51 Billingkoff, Susan 51, 66, 85 Bishop, Holly 50, 51 Blackburn, Brad 51, 139, 140 Blake, Shannon 51 Bliss, Andrew 51, 63 Boehling, Jennifer 51, 56, 126, 140 Bouchard, Kelly 51 Boutin, Randy 51, 63, 126 Boyle, Patrick 51 Boyle, Tracy 51, 136 Bragg, Timothy 51, 63 218 INDEX Bray, Richard 51 Bryant, Brenda 51, 126 Buckley, Gia 51 Burke, Mary 51 Burns, Patricia 51, 66, 78 Burns, Thomas 51, 63 Cappuccino, David 51 Casale, Paul 52 Cazzero, Paula 52, 85 Champagne, Denise 52 Charest, Eric 52, 126 Charette, Nancy 52 Cipriano, James 6, 52, 55 Clapp, John 52 Cleveland, Annmarie 52, 136 Cleveland, Jonathan 52 Cody, Matthew 52, 63 Compton, Jill 52 Connolly, Steven 50, 52, 63 Cooper, John 52 Cooper, Stephanie 52, 82 Corrigan, Kerrin 50, 52, 78, 126 Corrigan, Thomas 52 Coutcher, Lisa 52 Couturier, Robin 52, 53, 54 Coyle, James 52 Croteau, Sharyn 52, 78 Cuddeback, Amanda 52 Darling, Kristen 52 Davison, Tammy 52, 78 Delfino, Ronald 52, 63 Delsignore, Cheryl 52 Delvecchio, David 52, 63 Demers, Kimberly 51, 52 Deppisch, Heidi 52, 66 Derosa, Fred 52, 177, 84 Deschenes, Lea 52, 117 Desiletts, Lisa Marie 52 Desrosiers Craig 52 Dewitt, Michelle 52, 136 Difiore, Pamela 52, 120, 85 Dillon, Matthew 52 Dion, Michael 52, 63, 126 Donato, Edward 52 Dufault, Charles 52 Dumais, Hubert 52 Dumont, James 52, 77 Edwards, Robert 52, 84 Elliott, Tracy 52, 56, 85 Falcone, James 52 Farina, Rachel 117 Farrell, Cary-Ann 53 Fish, Christopher 53, 63 Flynn, Jennifer 52, 53 Foley, Mark 53 Fong, Diane 53 Fontaine, Christine 53 Fontaine, Leo 53 Forbes, Kevin 53 Fox, Kimberly 53 Gagielo, Michael 53 Gagnon, Timothy 53, 63 Gariepy, Rhonda 53 Garrow, Michelle 53, 78, 126 Gaudette, Kelly 53, 78, 126 Gauthier, Debra 53 Giusti, Michael 53, 56 Grant, Lorine 53, 66 Grant, Thomas 53, 128 Gutauskas, Alyssa 53, 82 Hallahan, Linda 53, 88, 89, 126 Hanlon, Brenda 53 Hannon, Amie 54 Haun, Alan 76, 77 Hayes, Derek 53, 63, 126, 184 Heap, Charles 53, 139, 140, 128 Higginbotham, Lori 53, 108, 85 Hiltz, Brenda 53 Hobbs, Steven 53 Horlbogen, Christopher, 53, 63 Horlbogen, Michael 53, 63, 84 Houde, Greg 53, 126 Housman, Laurie 53, 117, 118 Housman, Mark 53 Howarth, Michelle 53 Hurd, Debra 53 Hurder, Michael 53, 139, 140 Inglese, Michael 53, 63 Jeppe, Lorry 52, 53 Jette, Joseph 53, 54, 63 Jordan, Kelley 50, 53 Keenan, Donna 54 Lapensee, Deborah 54 Legendre, Amy 54, 56, 78, 79, 87, 85, 133 Leger, Tarra 54 Lemieux, Marcy 54 Lemoine, Jennifer 52, 54 Lennox, Matt 54, 60, 126 Lewicki, Lance 54 Lithway, Randy 54 Livingstone, Elizabeth 54, 56, 85 Loew, Matthew 54, 68 Long, Michelle 54 Lorimar, Christie 54, 78 Macomber, Raymond 54 Mansen, Marsha 54, 139, 140, 141 Marchand, Sheila 54 Marcoullier, Joseph 54 Martin, Renee 54 McAlpine, Lori 54 McCaffrey, Darryl 54 McDonald, Stephen 54, 77 McKeon, Sean 54 McNamee, Patricia 54, 55 McQuade, Tiffany 54 Meekins, Craig 54, 68 Megna, Lisa-Jo 54, 136, 117 Mello, David 54, 63 Meomartino, Andrea 54 Mercure, Mark 54 Meuller, Wendy 54 Miller, Annmarie 54 Miller, Colleen 136 Miller, Scott 54 Mitchell, Kerrie 54 Mullen, Mary 54, 139, 140 Mulligan, Michael 54 Murphy, Eric 54 Murphy, Thomas 54, 63 Nally, John 54, 63 Nelson, Dean 54, 131, 88, 126 Newman, Brock 54, 63 O’Brien, Jennifer 54, 85 O’Connor, John 55, 63 Olson, Robert 55 Onoyan, Catherine 55, 107, 126, 85 O’Sullivan, Karin 55 Otash, Scott 55 Paradis, Christopher 55, 84 Pasquel, Glenn 55, 84 Patterson, Amy 55 Pedini, Andrea 140 Pepi, Craig 56, 64, 84 Pereira, Lisa 55 Perry, Lori 55 Pfefferle, Daniel 55 Phipps, Katherine 55, 126, 134 Pickering, Kristin 55, 136 Plante, Suzanne 55, 142 Qvanstrom, Jennifer 55 Raymond, Paul 55 Redding, Kelley 55, 140, 126 Rego, Jennifer 55, 89 Rego, Tammy 55 Risser, John 55 Robidoux, Rebecca 55, 136, 89 Roche, Christopher 55, 63 Ryan, Philip 55, 63 Saucier, Geoffrey 55 Sawyer, Tammy 55, 78 Schickle, Kristen 51, 142 Schumm, Kellie 55 Shearer, Christine 55, 126 Shepard, Cheryl 55, 140, 141 Shepard, Sandra 55, 140 Shepardson, Brenda 55 Skeffington, Erin 55, 126 Sloan, Darren 51, 55, 77 Smith, Sean 55 Sprague, Rhonda 55 Stanford, Lori 55 St. John, Robert 56 Strange, Jason 56 Svensen, Kristen 56, 126 Tagerman, Jeffrey 56, 63 Tetreault, Paula 56 Trotter, Robert 56 Twiraga, Marjorie 56, 117 Udelson, Tracy 56, 85 Velletri, Nancy 56 Ventre, Kimberly 56 Violet, Karen 56, 65, 126, 85 Wagner, James 56, 63 Walker, John 56 Walton, James 56 Webb, Brenda 56 Wheeler, Linda 56, 139, 140, 187, 85 Winshi p, Scott 56, 140 Ziergiebel, Kerry 56 Bico Arraiz, Kimberly 51, 57 Benoit, Andre 44, 57 Chavez, Jason 54, 57 Cimino, Joanne 57 Collins, Carole 44, 57 Fisher, Karen 51, 57 Hall, Ronald 44, 57 Johnson, Ann Marie 54, 57 Linfield, Stephen 46, 57 Loomis, Terry 44, 57 Padula, David 57 Pierpont, James 37, 57 Saliger, Peter 46, 57 Seaman, Russell 37 Theriault, Julie 51, 57 Widak, Scott 57 Benson, Heather 51, 57 Costa, Kimberly 52, 57 Daigle, Tina 51, 57 Lyons, Troy 51, 57 MacGregor, John 51, 57 Osborne, Edward 51, 57 Salois, Michael 57 Smith, Kelly 51, 57 Subject Index Administration 18 Ads 198 Aides 136 Art Club 108 Athletic Scores 97 Awards Assembly 110 Baseball 80 Basketball Girls’ 72 Basketball Boys’ 74 B.l.C.O 57 Cheerleaders 90 College Bowl 112 Credits 220 Cross Country 64 Dedication 2 Drama Club 116 Faculty and Staff 19 Father-Daughter Dance 120 Field Hockey 66 Fisher-Kelly Banquet 96 Football 60 Freshmen 50 Golf 71 Graduation 194 Gymnastics 78 Health Fair 133 Hockey 76 Homecoming 122 Honor Society 124 Junior Prom 34 Juniors 36 Latin Club 126 Memoriam 30 Model Senate 128 Model UN 129 Music 138 Newspaper 130 Physical Education Leaders 113 Powderpuff Football 94 Senior Class 184 Senior Class Day 192 Senor Class History 146 Senior Pizza Party 188 Senior Portraits 148 Senior Prom 186 Senior Reception 190 Senior Superlatives 180 Soccer 88 Softball 82 Sophomores 43 Student Advisory Committee 132 Student Council 134 Tennis 88 Track 84 Yearbook 106 INDEX 219 220 1984 Northern Light Advisors: Jean Giarrusso Jane Gallotta Co-EditorsJn-Chief Photography Staff Nancy Falocco Maureen Bucklin Steven England Thom Freeman Kevin Levesque Editors Art Diane Cotter Sakina Samma David Lagasse Heidi Hill Kim Lennox Derri Everton Lauren Mandell Derek Austin Bradley Hill Cheryl Hughes Business Advertising Sales Sonya Aptt Darlene Ashworth Todd Belham Joseph Calligan Maria Caranci John Champagne Kathleen Considine Patricia Considine Caroline Croke Mark Ellis James Fortune Todd Grosse Henry Paul Chris Holmes Steven Howlett David Lanci Ryan Laurence Richard Lewis Virginia McAvoy Glenn Moyer Beth Nardelli Nancy O’Connor Elizabeth Perry Donald Pesce David Potter Kimberly Ressler Timothy Rioux David Sevigny Robin Skawinski Elizabeth Zani Heidi Anderson Lynn Davis Heidi Deppisch Pamela DiFiore Catherine Onoyan Elizabeth Quackenbush Kathie Schaeberle Leslie Schricker Nancy Velletri Typists Janice Benoit Robert Branagan Lori Estrella Lisa Goddard James Johnson Brendan Bannon Elizabeth McCann Bonnie Wheeler Diana Lewis Leslie Schricker Lynne Alix Charles Heap Jocelyn Lacasse Lori Karpinski Christine Croteau Steven Connolly Deborah Schromm Jeffrey Brunelle Gerald Ventre Christopher Pfefferle Beth Hanley Ronald Bonenfant Beth Pfefferle Tina Pereira Karen Pearce Lynn Larocque Katrin Anderson Steven Christensen Albert Girard Diane Flamand Kurt Anderson Joanne Parry Brian Balut Beverly Paquin The editors, staff and advisors of the 1984 Northern Light extend special thanks to Dan Smith of Josten’s Yearbook Company and to Joe Geoffroy of Hargreaves Studio. 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