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“YOU ' RE COFFEE perking, and you ' re bacon frying in a pan! " These Here some of the amusing situs- lions that nen members of GAA were required to portray at their informal initiation into the club. Other stunts included counting the hoard across the gym floor, and counting the bricks in the wall. STRENGTH, PROWESS, ENJOYMENT— members of CAA display all three as they compete in a year-round program of athletics. Baseball, cage ball, bowling, and archery are only a few of the sports offered to members. • 142 CAA
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Th Girl ' s Athletic Association is a club which promotes sportsman¬ ship fellowship, ami interest in sports through its activities. During the past year, to help promote sports, G.A.A. held intramurals after school. The intramural sports included basketball, volleyball, badminton, and softball. Also, G.A.A. sponsored a howling league and free swims. Throughout the year, the club offered many activities for the en¬ joyment of all. A eo-recrcational night was belli in January. At the February meeting, new members were informally initiated. March was the month for the Pa and Me party. The Mother-Daughter Banquet anil many other activities were held proving that G.A.A. is a club which combines fun anil fellowship. Leaders of G.A.A.. one of the most active duhs. are: Vice President, Carol Barth: President, Karen Abel; Secretary, Louise Sherrard; Treasurer, Lonnie Bunten. Officers and Cabinet Assume Task of Organizing Intramurals ATHLETICALLY INCLINED are the members of the G.A.A. cabinet. Seated: Barb Nicholson, Linda Heinhold. Lonnie Bunten, Carol Barth, Karen Abel, Louise Sherrard, Diane Henry, Carolyn Lundeen. Standing: Cynthia Veils, Debbie Peterson, Cindy Eagle, Judy Janecke. Ginny Johnson, Chris Kahremanis, Mary McDonald. GAA 141
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Cindy Eagle dribbles down the court in basketball intramurals. “POP, POP, POP, I’m a piece of popcorn ’ ITS EASY.Linda Puck, Sandy Durkee, and Susie Scherer shrieks a new member. demonstrate skills learned in gymnastics. CAA 143
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