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Senate sparks school spirit Junior Senators Junior Senators are: Row 1; Shel¬ ley Linn, Karen Hurry, Lisa Braner, Wendy Kolinchinski, Ju¬ lie Eckhardt, Karen Nightengale, Scott Robertson. Row 2: Bob Love, Adrienne Yokas, Lori Sie- gert, Chris Kirzeder, Diane Reynolds, Lori Allison. Row 3; Dave Shellhouse, Mario Apple- quist, Terry Brown, Lori Moran, Julie Johnson, and Diane Mirr. The student senate worked to¬ gether this year to turn out some well organized, student oriented activities. In addition to social projects such as Homecoming, Swirl, and Junior-Senior Prom, the senate became more involved in actual student government and governing affairs. New additions to and by the student senate in¬ clude: new and interesting stu¬ dent interest week including many exciting speakers, a newly painted third-floor hallway featur¬ ing alternating red-gold panels, and a new committee entitled P.U.R.S.U.E. (Positive Uplift Reviv¬ ing Spirit Using Enthusiasm.) Karen Hurry, Diane Reynolds, and Pam Lundy enjoy the everyday tasks of a sena¬ tor. Kelly Fackel and Jim Coster discuss an upcom¬ ing senate activity. Senate 16
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-i, , .-I f,’ .% • . • ' •yyv. Senior Senators This year ' s senior senators are: Row 1; Terri Hart, Cindy Baker. Row 2: Pam Lundy, Liz Anderson, Lisa Collinson. Row 3: Jeff Attwood, Brad Bauwman, Doug Miers. Row 4: Dan Rockwell, Nick Pappas, Jon McGuire, and Jim Coster. Sophomore Senators Senate officers are: Treasurer Jon McGuire, Parlimentarian Terry Brown; Secretary Liz Anderson, presi¬ dent Brad Bauwman; sponsor Mrs. Campbell, and vice-president Dan Rockwell. One of the senate committees plan another sue- Sophomore senators are: Row 1: Todd Abel, Beth Turner, cessful dance. Stephanie Hallberg. ROW 2: Kelly Fackel, Lisa McClelland, Rita Roach, Jackie Anderson. ROW 3: Lynn Wheelan, Angie Dasso, Darci Schluter, Shelley Rohr, Buffy Heth, Tab Smith. ROW 4: Juanita Henderson, and Benita Ramsey.
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Lettermen ' s Club Members are: ROW 1: D. Newberry, J. Coster, E. Diaz, T. Gannon, R. Sheley, D. Atkanson, B. Gustafson, N. Pappas, A. Alvarez, M. Bibee, D. Miers, M. Pauwels, J. Gilliam, J. Hynd, D. Robinson, T. Niemann, R. Milligan. ROW 2: M. Darby, K. Jones, B. Anderson, T. Johnston, D. Cline, R. Denney, J. Breuwet, T. Smith, R. Humphrey, A. Bibee, C. Wilson, L. Siegert, D. Mirr, V. Bowker, L. Wakeland, K. Fackel. ROW 3: J. Brugman, J. Birrell, T. Brown, T. Thoms, T. Hart, J. Schoeck, C. Decker, A. McCart, R. Inch, M. Pappas, L. Graves, D. Ballard, T. Sanders, S. Wittig, A. Walker. ROW 4: S. McFarland, A. Speed, J. Carstens, G. Quinby, J. Mendoza, L. Hegg, C. Wilson, L. Miller, T. Searcy, B. Bawmann, D. Galex, C. Newcomb, K. Kean, A. Dasso, J. Resler, D. Wehking, G. Armstrong. ROW 5: J. Carlson, B. Sedgwick, L. Strom, S. Rohr, G. Piehl, E. Livingston, J. Wright, E. Livingston, D. Reynolds, and C. Chesling. 164 Lettermen lead the Sweatermen Chris Coin and Anne McCart are big time dealers at Casino Night. Lettermen ' s Club members are stu¬ dents who have earned their major letter in any athletic sport at Rocky. Their big activity for the year was Casino Night, which turned out to be a great success. They open the Hospitality Room every home bas¬ ketball game for current and alumni lettermen, and are also the ushers during the basketball games. The let¬ termen are an example of the good athletic program at Rocky. Rocks
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