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Page 104 text:
HO Broadens Interest For Helping make the elderly comfortable in their last years is Kris Anderson. College Bound Health occupation students are not only involved in the HO class but also have Jobs pertaining to health occupations. The class meets one hour a day discussing in class their jobs, and their particular duties. This year HO club sponsored their annual employee-employer banquet in the Spring, and took field trips to two out of town health institutions. Pharmaceutical needs are filled by a friendly clerk, Patty Goveia. By beginning hospital work now, Joni Forbes has a heaa start for a career in nursing. Working as an X-ray technician is Kevin McSparin. Mrs. McLaughlin enjoys a " lift " from Tami Bollinger. HO club memb ers are: ROW 1, Patti Mockmore, Patty Goveia, Kevin McSparin, Roxanne Piasecki; ROW 2, Terry Spurgeon, Tami Rodenberg, Tamev Nelson, Pam Wilcox, Hope Looney, Lincfa Beason; ROW 3, Wanda Howell, Allison Fordham, Kris Anderson, Diane Gladkin, Cindy Burrill, Cathy Bledsoe, joni Forbes, Tami Bollinger, Marlene Waterfall. Aiming for a health career is Teri Spur¬ geon. 700 HO.
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The main thrusts of Vocational Industrial Class of America Organizations is that of vocational enlightment, skill development and leadership training. Members of VICA attend state planning conferences, the state conventions, and if successful in one or more of the skills at the state convention, become eligible to attend the National convention during the summer months. The club is open to any and all vocational students attending Rocky who would like to compete with students of other schools in the State of Illinois or in the Nation to demonstrate and represent the quality of training at our school. Working at Rock Island Ready Mix is Dennis Robbins. VICA — A Workers Best Friend Now we know who helps prepare all the good food at Esthers Taco House — Dan- tece Steele. Aiming to please are Steve Ward and Bruce Smith. Working as an assistant in the art depan - Seventh Hour VICA: FIRST ROW: Bob ment is Evivian Smith. Kester, Beth Bowes, Paul Draffkorn, Evi- vian Smith, Kim Eckermann, Gwen Wil¬ son, LeAnn Scott. VICA 99
Page 105 text:
Desire Spark Enthusiasm of Underclassmen Junior Chefs are FRONT ROW Dorris Lu¬ kas, Debra Angel, Tami Cole, Marcey Lindmen, Peggy Johnson, Kim Porter, Valerie Jones, Greg Vance. ROW 2 Bill Ramsdale, Dave Vancil, Andrew Marshall, Mark Thoren, Tom Vincent. ECHO For two periods a day interested occupation students are in the classroom studying anatomy and the care of the human body. ECHO students are in class in preparation for their future in the Senior program Health Occupations. These are the people that like to help, and may become future nurses or doctors. Junior Chefs First year chefs ejoy learning the basics of a good cook. Junior Chefs this year were involved with Senior Chets on some projects. Projects this year were bake sales then ending the year with the spring banquet. HO member Cindy Burrill puts in an ac¬ tive day at Lutheran Hospital in Moline. ECHO members are seated at the table Shelly Vann and Gail Hoegerl. Standing around the table are Charlotte DePaw, Marylin Metcalf, Lynette Zirbes, Katrina Dasso, Cindy Roate, Konnie Proehl, Sylvia Hester, Kris Harris, Mary Goenz. Such a pleasing smile from Tami Roden- berg, who works at one of our local doc¬ tor ' s offices. ECHO, Junior Chefs 101
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