Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL)

 - Class of 1980

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Pin Pals XV Pinnettes 195 Betty Forbes keeps the motor running that keeps the Rocky Pinnettes rarin ' to go. Marcia Beckmann and Terri Hart demon¬ strate their form of hard wrestling prac¬ tice. Pinnette members are: Row 1: Vicky Burton, Gloria Miller, Terrina Castle, Mindy Nesseler, Tammy McKiney, Lisa Hudson, Jennifer Martin, Row 2 : Joyce Beckmann, Sherri Hall, Janet Johnson, Ginger Germanis, Letha Harmon, Tammy DeFauw, Joan Banks, Marcia Beckmann, Cindy Cunningham, Lori Wyantt, Row 3: Jackie Selman, Kris Miller, Mickey Johnson, Terri Hart, Donna Graham, Wendy Kelly, Lisa Congdon, Gretchen Navota, and Tronda Adams. Two dedicated Pinnettes practice scoring for the big upcoming tournament. The wrestling meets just wouldn ' t be the same without the Pinnettes to assist. They work diligently to prepare for home meets, working concession stands, announcing meets, keeping score, and report¬ ing results. Aside from the hard jobs they undertake, the Pin¬ nettes serve as the source of sup¬ port and spirit. They attend away meets whenever possible to back the team. This year they sold stuffed animals and candy along with many other projects, to earn their way to the Paletine tourna¬ ment at Christmas and the State Finals in Champagne.

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O.P.A. members are; Row 1; Terri Hart, Charles Schlenker-vice president, Kevin Ford-president, David Ka nnenberg-political activities coordina¬ tor, Mark Race. Row 2; David Peters, Todd Duy- vejonck, Jeff Rakus, Brian Humphrey, Kerm Towler, Anita Peters. The Organization of Political Aware¬ ness is the newest and fastest growing club at the Rock. In its first year, the O.P.A. worked to stimulate political in¬ terest at all levels, from student gov¬ ernment to national government, with¬ out any party affiliation. The club ' s goal was not just to live in this democracy, but to experience it. Prospective politicians 194 OP A Key Club OPA Key Club members are; Row It Terri Hart, Lisa Hatlett, Julie Carius, Lisa Hegg, Scott Robertson, Phil Freeman, Barry Gold, Diane Mirr, Wendy Kolinchinsky, Lori Siegert, Mary Pauwels, Row 2; Deanna Robinson, Lori Lear, Lise Motz, Debbie Galex, Cindy Baker, Cathi Newcomb, Cathy Voss, Theresa Searcy, Terrina Castle, Rhonda Carpen- tier, Laurie Wakeland, Bob Love, Row 3; Tandy Niemann, Lynn Peterson, Jeff Attwood, Lisa Braner, Steve Moran, Vicki Bowker, Buffy Heth, Shelley Linn, Dave Barnett, Jon Keim, Roxanne Mier, Cathy Verhille, Row 4; Kerm Towler, J. Witmer, Pam Sedgwick, Dian.e Sedam, Kelly Fackel, Cheryl Manes, Cindy Johnson, Laurie Moran, Lori Allison, Jane Allison, Pam Burton, Missy Lizdas, Kathy Rossow, Jodi Schoeck, Row 5; Kevin Kotecki, Jerry Brown, Beth Sedgwick, Jim Coster, Amy Bibee, Row 6; Nick Pappas, and Doug Miers. This year ' s Key Club has been very active, involving itself in the Big Brother-Big Sister program and various charitable drives. The club has also held several school dances on Friday nights. Aside from helping Rocky, the Key Club has aided its parent club, the Rock Island Kiwanis, with their Peanut and Pancake Days. Key Club officers are: sitting; Lori Siegert, Treasurer; Diane Mirr, Board of Directores; Scott Robertson, Presi¬ dent; Paul Sohl, Board of Directors; those standing are: Mary Pauwels, Secretary; Nick Pappas, Board of Direc¬ tors; and Terri Hart, Vice President.



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French Frolics Pinata Parties Pan Am members are, seated; |. Gilliam, M. Pauwels, R. Hurt, B. Gold, J. Ray, E. Diaz, D. Barnett, C. Williamson, T. Castle, B. Hanson, J. Beckmann, C. Williams, P. Stevens, C. Dailing, L. Romeo, A. Yokas, M. Lemkau, L. Peterson, Lisa Hatlett. Kneeling, T. Husted, L. Swenson, J. Petr, Lori Lear, L. Wakeland, T. Defauw, M. Nessler, K. Carter, C. Schlenker, D. Atkinson, C. Newcomb, D. Galex, G. Liebus. Row 3: S. Anderson, T. Beasley, T. Hart, B. Carlson, R. Beswick, K. Towler, Row 4: P. Vogel, S. Robertson, W. Kolinchinsky, T. Pickens, N. Nelson, J. Petrilli, |. Thompson, Gina Mullins, M. McCleary, J. Schoek, K. Ros- sow, Y. Bremberg, L. Tobin, J. Carius, D. Robinson, R. Dahlin, Back Row: J. Selman, J. Grawe, K. Williamson, T. Rayes, B. West, S. Culp. Pan Am ' s membership this year exceeded 90 active members. The annual Pan Am Christmas Dinner was held at Chimi ' s, where each member present received a little sou venir. Besides the dinner, Pan Am ran a football concession stand and held a bake sale. The group learned how to make Pinatas and saw films of life in Spanish speaking countries. This year ' s club sold buttons with Spanish sayings and honored their active members at a special spring meeting. French Club president, Roxanne Scott directs a meeting. Pan Am officers are Terrina Castle, treasurer, Beth Carlson, president, and Terry Hart, vice- president. French Club members are, Row 1: Roxanne Scott, Laurie Boussemaere, Anne McCart, Maureen Hurlbutt, Chris Peterson, Carrie L. Wilson. Row 2: Dawn Miles, Briget Braid, Becky Mahanes, Karen Ribbeck, Angie Schisler, Sue Young, Laurie Kayser, Sara Brink- meyer. Row 3: Barry Gold, Mindy Marbel, Nancy Bryant, Sharon Howell, Pat Moore, Chris Wickline, Julie Moon. Row 4: Bill Motz, Dave Barnett, Mark Race, Angie Michleson, Michelle Hillman, Cathy Mahanes and Liz Pa- liki. The 1978-80 year was an active one for the French Club, with wide interest and enthusiasm among the 30 plus members. Along with several bake sales, the French also presented Cobble-Grams for Thanks¬ giving. For Christmas, le club francais brought Christmas cheer to St. Anthony ' s with their mixture of English and French traditional carols. The biggest event of the year was the first annual traveling International Dinner, at which members of all the language clubs traveled to each others houses to enjoy a European dish, starting with appetizers and ending with dessert. 196 Pan Am French Club French Club

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