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Council combines Camera and Science Science Council member Anne Snowden seeks the answer to a scientific theorem. Brian Clemann tries a new method of eat¬ ing fondue, while Kondon Karzin looks on. Science Council is a joint group, composed of mem¬ bers from Camera Club and Science Club. Each year this large group holds a fondue and exotic food tasting party during the Christmas season. Also a part of Science Coun¬ cil this year, the High School Bowl team and Aviation club were invited to the fondue bash. Science Council This group, Rocky ' s largest, is dedicated to all fields of science and its exploration. Science Council members are, Row 1: Christina Gehn, David Peters, Anita Peters, Karl Pippert, Tom Hazbec, Todd Duyve- jonck, Jeff Rakus, Brian Clemann, Phil Casa, Ed Ford. Row 2: Lisa Pirch, Terri Hart, Ronda Gerard, Terry Genz, Bill Motz, Jim Peterson, Rob Humphrey, Tab Smith, Greg Isaacs, David Tim- mer, Kondon Karzin, Fred Hynd. Stairs; Jeff Ostrum, Ellen Meincke, Chris Hathaway, Mike Klingbiel, Cathi Newcomb, Missy Biggs, Teresa Soltow, Doug Bosworth, Jim Ostum. Row 3: Lisa Perry, Reva Beswick, Nancy Nelson, Kristen Jinks, Anne Snowden, Cyndie Balch, Mindy Iglehart, Dawn Miles, Kerm Towler, Mary Wederitz. Back Row; Charles Schlenker, Brian Humphrey, Mark Henneman. Science Council Officers Science Council officers are: Lisa Perch, Lisa Motz, Tom Yazbec, Laurie Boussemaere, Jeff Rakus, and Tim Clemann. Vj __________ m ““vl B4 " jTJJ ■T n J K _ Bill_ Ik : Science Council 189
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AFS — What a trip! This year AFS has been involved in many various activities in the school. For the second year in a row, AFS was a part of the Homecom¬ ing Parade. AFS also sponsored many fund raising activities including a Christmas card sale, bake sales, button sales and others. There was also an In¬ ternational Christmas Party that was en¬ joyed by all. A field trip was taken to Augustana to hear an interesting speak¬ er on Switzerland. This year ' s exchange students were Peter Vogel, AFS, Aus¬ tria; Ylva Bremberg, Swedish American Exchange, Sweden; and Janet Walker, who left in January, from Rotary, Aus¬ tralia. Foreign Friends AFS 188 AFS AFS ' ers wave to the crowd of Rocky ' s fiftieth Homecoming Parade. Lisa Motz hosts foreign exchange students Peter Vogel, Ylva Bremberg, and janet Walker. Ylva Bremberg soaks up the sun while enjoying Rocky ' s traditional open lunch. AFS members are: Row 1; Scott Robertson, Adri¬ enne Yokas, Anne Snowden, Vickie Glenn. Row 2; Barry Gold, Terrina Castle-secretary, Lisa Motz-president, Debbie Galex-vice president, Terri Hart-treasurer, Mary Pauwels. Row 3; Ruth Brauch, Teresa Soltow, Barb Aden, Rickey Lovett, Bruce Hunecke, Peter Vogel, Ylva Bremberg. Back Row; Kerm Towler, Dan Brasmer, Diane Mirr, Doug Atkinson, Phil Dennis, Leon Faigen, Nancy Weeks, Diana Noblet, and last, but not least, Lynn Swenson.
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Microscope minds Dawn Miles and Anita Peters wait patiently for their food to cook at the Science Council fon¬ due party. Club members listen to their guide at the fall archaeology dig. A course in ' Wilderness Survival ' and an archaeology field trip to ancient Indian mounds led the activities for members of the Science Club this year. Some members also went on the Science Council trip to the Uni¬ versity of Chicago ' s open house. Science Club members held many activities this year, including field trips, a Christmas fondue party, and a spring steak fry. The Science Club also did some community service work again this year, such as treating dying pin oak trees on the Rocky campus and sur¬ rounding areas. Anita Peters takes a moment to blush for a yearbook photographer. Science Club members scramble up to the dig sight. 190 Science Club
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