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Girls Swing at Sweetheart Swirl, Swim at Synchronized Swimming BLUB, BLUB, BLUB!. Y-Teen synchronised nwimmer display graceful form as they pose in formation. c- Service projects, parties, and dances high¬ lighted the active Y-Teen year. Participating in drives such as the Poppy Sale, and Muscular Dys¬ trophy drive was one way in which the Y-Teens were able to serve the community. The upper class members had a chance to become acquainted with, and help the sophomores at the annual Big Sister- Little Sister Party. At least one service project was required in order for a girl to be eligible to attend the Sweetheart Swirl. This turn-about dance highlighted the Valentine season. In the four days preceding Easter Vacation, the girls presented Lenten services before school for all who wished to attend. Other activities on the agenda were the Penny Carnival, a money raising event; synchronized swimming clinics, instructed by the Y-Teen Director on Tuesday evenings; the Senior Farewell, sponsored by the Sophomores and Juniors; and the Freshman hello, for the incoming class. LOOKING FORWARD TO THE ACTIVITIES of the Rocky Y-Teens arc sophomore officers Jill Johnson, treasurer; Brenda Clisan, secretary; Sandy Salstrom, president; and vice president, Linda Schafer. Y-TEENS 145
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Parlez-Vons Francais? French Flub Members Do! THE OFFICERS OF THE French Club smilingly pose for their picture as they plan les activites de I ' annFe. They are Pam Boyd, President, Nancy Day, Vice President, Diane Slentz, Secretary, and Barb Swanson, Trea¬ surer. French food, films, and fun highlighted a full year for le cercle de Francais. A greatly increased membership enjoyed the activities offered. This year, the participants were offered the opportunity to obtain French Pen Pals. At the first meeting of the year, members were able to talk informally with the Ameri¬ can Field Service students, who have both studied French in their native countries. Playing French games was the next acti¬ vity of this organization. Crossword puzzles, word games, and general fund prevailed. Marcel Marceau, a favorite French panto- mimist was the star of a movie that this club enjoyed. At Christmas time, the members all joined in to make a creche. The club also participated in the food¬ tasting banquet prepared in cooperation with the other language clubs. At the end of the year, the new officers were announced at a banquet held at a Quad-City restaurant. ALL SET FOR a year arc the members of the French Club, eagerly looking forward to the good times they will have at the monthly meetings. 144 FRENCH CLUB
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Y-TEEN VARSITY OFFICERS Chris Peterson, Secretary; Diane Henry, President; Cindy Eagle, Treasurer; and Cathy Pounder, Vice President meet to make plans for the busy Y-Teen year. Officers. Cabinet Lead Busy V-Teens in Friendship, Service, Fun PLANNING THE ACTIVITIES and meetings of the Y-Teens is the cabinet including. First row: Jill Sarver, Linda Hop¬ kins, Lois Nelson, Debby Peterson, Diane Curry and Diane Henry. Second row: Ginny Cox, Chris Kahremanis, Kathi Syrett, Christ Peterson, Cathy Pouder, Sue Leins, and Kathie Purcell. Back row: Joy Goldfarb, Jane Friedlund, Nancy Day, Cindy Eagle, Barb Downs, Jean Dominick, and Nancy Lind. 146 Y-TEENS
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