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The citrus ulc is the fflotl important ul» of the year fot nuw students. Karen Edlund. Laurie F» k . and Corky Sanders take their placet in ibe line leading from «he crock lo (he tiadium where che 2200 boxes of oranges and grapcfraii were acored oaernighc.
The 1982-H5 Pep hand had a lot of fun entertaining the audiencet at hatkethall gamea. Here Dana Good ia caught off guard while diaplaying the proper way to eat Dota.
One of the goala of the devoted mutic atudent ia to be good enough to play in the All-state Concert hand. Jar band, of Orcheatra. Thit year 7 muaiciana attended the all day affair. Jennifer Balderton Orcheatra cello. Paul Lappin Orcheatra clarinet. Kevin Soekcn Jar band baaa. Liaa Janecke Orcheatra cello. Sally Heffernan Orcheatra violin. Tom Schwcgler Con-cert hand trompet. Miaaing from the picture ia Andre Delouiaer Orcheatra violin.
Goes well again
Ask a music student what the most important sale of the year and he will tell you "the annual citrus sale.
During the beginning of the year hundreds of music students knocked on doors and called relatives as they attempted to support the music department and the Music Association.
"I think we did pretty good considering the amount of people out of work” stated Mrs. Krause, president of the Music Association. This was the 8th annual citrus sale, when the fruit came in students spent till dark lifting, throwing, and stacking 2200 boxes of fruit.
Since the Music Association has started they have paid out 18,000 dollars. 5000 of that went toward scholarships.
Many musical students enroll in more than one music class to get a wider variety of musical experience. Eric Plut a member of the Rock Island Concert band, marching band, and he still finds time to accompany the choral performers.
Music Department 155
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Entertaining the crowd at hatkethall game i the mam pur-po e for the Pep hand' exittancc. Andre Dclouiter chow hi cxpeni e on the mellophone during the game again ! Moline.
A member of the pep band, ccnior Rod Reed play the bluet for Moline a Rocky ttnit it ttuff to defeat it opponent. The pep band played for all the home ba kethall game . The halftime rang through the air with "Chariot of Fire" and the theme of Hill Street Blue .
IM Much Department
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Drama and Art
Draw to fame
Supernatural artists treked the entangling, picturesque hallways of Rocky. Having doodled, entertained. emphasized, and created their vivid talents, the artists impressed students, teachers, and themselves. From stage fright to shy, shaky hands, they outsmarted their fang-toothed fears. Imaginations were overwhelmed by the variety of options to conquer. Opening night brought life to the fluttering butterflies, while the zany artists zoomed to recognition of many envious peers. Rainbows climbed and pots of gold received. Whether behind the scenes or the star of the production, the intrigued students experienced action, drama, and suspense. The quick, jovial creators flew down a journey of inspiration, knowledge, and adventure.
Creating nusicrpiccci with strung gold. Tina Robert displays her beautiful skillful an.
Skillfully carsing a beautiful pheasant. Boh Faulhabcr creates a masterpiece from blocks of plywood.
Pacing plays an important part in drama. Describing the stage setting and mosements. Mrs. Gende explains to her students, Tammy Baker. Rrnita Muskysalley. Stese Faigen. and Shawn Mlekush.
IJ6 Drama And Art
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