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Efforts Aid Community Sponsored by the Rock Island KiwanisClub, roughly thirty Rocky boys band together to form the Key Club. Their pur¬ pose is to function through programs that are of benefit to the community or school. Key Club, this year, collected 3500 magazines during a drive for the East Moline State Hospital. In the District Key Club Stamp Drive, where money from stamps was used to finance anti-tuberculosis efforts, the group sold 4400 stamps. After¬ game movies were compliments of the Key Club, as was the folding and selling of programs at football games. Members of Key Club also put a lot of time and effort into the making of their yearly Kiwanis Carnival. Under the leadership of Pete and Kevin Maisenbach, Ken Slivken, and John Schwiebert, Key Club enjoyed a successful year. TOP RIGHT: John Schweibert and Ken Slivken. rejoice after they count the last of their stamps from the Annual Stamp Drive. ABOVE: Pete Maisenbach can always be counted upon for his ingenious ideas. RIGHT: Members of Key Club are FIRST ROW: Dan Wil¬ liams, David Smith. Doug Nelson, Bob Clevenstine, John Turnball, Paul Morgan. SECOND ROW: Bob Burgess, John Tucker. John Cochran, Barry Nelson, Mark Nel¬ son. THIRD ROW: Roger Evans, Bob Blick, Kevin Maisenbach. FOURTH ROW: Peter Maisen¬ bach and Ken Slivken. FIFTH ROW: John Schweibert; President. ROCK ISLAND 26
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TOP: Listening to president Mike Dockterman are the Senior Sen¬ ators: FIRST ROW: John Cochran. Daniel Raviolo, Mark Pence, and Donald Sant ' orh. SECOND ROW: Howard Golden. Pete Car¬ as, Brent Allison. Kathy Joannides, and Vicky Hite. THIRD ROW . Rick Tacey, Dave Gunnell. Jim Bjork, Greg Moroni. Doug Humphrey, and Phil Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Margie Dew. Carol Clark. Jodi Rudd. Jannette Vann, and Willie Seward. CEN¬ TER Junior Senators are: FIRST ROW: Nancy Thompson. Sue Headley. Sue Gray, Luc W algren, Susie Smilev and Cind Knoe- ferl. SECOND ROW : Gary Olson. Don Cochran, Jamy Schneider. Dan Quinlan. Kris Lundquist. Chris Trout. Molly Patton. Nancy Evans. Debbie Johnson and Kaths Albrecht. THIRD ROW Rich¬ ard Hudson. Richard Wood. Drew Deutsch, Alan Garber. Tom Rockwell. Kay Murrens, Rhonda Bennett, Susie Brooks, Joyce Dusenberry, Michael Mann and Philip Marshall. BOTTOM. Sophomore Senators are: FIRST ROW: Donna Davis, Marlene Briesh, Lori Johnson. Mindy Mosenfelder and Steve Mirr. SEC¬ OND ROW: Tim Gordon. Ron Hudson, Carson Doran. Joel Sax, Mike Collins Mike Folev. Dave Andrews, and Roosevelt Ingram. THIRD ROW: Greg Lanier. Julie Wallace. Susan Hanna. Becky Strutz and Earl McGinnis.
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People-to-People Cherish Memories Six Rocky students had and took the opportunity to travel abroad last summer with the People-to-People Program. Three spent six weeks in Europe, while the others journeyed around the world in fifty days. The first group departed, after a two day orientation in Washington D.C., and spent their time shopping on Carnaby Street, and “noodyhammering " in the Swiss Alps on July 4. The second group circled the world, crossing through southern Europe, Asia, the Far East, and the United States. Many of their most vivid memories were culinary eel, squid, seaweed, goat, and anteater. Many of these were experi¬ enced twice. Home again bringing slides, snapshots, and irreplacable mem¬ ories to live again. TOP LEFT: Jane Appier poses with a member of the Buckingham Palace guard in England. ABOVE: Kathy Jenson, shows off her French pastries. LEFT: Dwight Nelson was one of the six Rocky student who traveled with the People to People program last summer. 27
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