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Stephanie Daniels Toni Davidson Debra Davis Lori Davis
Patricia Davis Robert Davis Timothy Davison Kathleen Dawson
Timothy Daxon Michelle DcBord Stephen Decker Troy DeFranc
Eric Detweilcr Suzanne DcVriese Anne DeYoung Jill Dickerson
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Senior class officers hear grievances from classmates
Mark Williams president, Ken Grawe vice-president, and Brenda Suarez secretary-treasurer, involved themselves in senior class politics in order to help their classmates.
Ken Grawe commented, "I decided to run for senior class officer because I wanted to get involved directly with what's going on in the senior class.”
Both Ken Grawe and Brenda Suarez were experienced when they took their respective offices. Brenda was class president her freshman year, and Ken was vice-president his junior year.
Brenda commented that Mark and Ken made most of the decisions. "The only time I was used was for depositing money.” The senior class officers helped choose and design the graduation announcements, made plaques available for the entire senior class, and organized senior meetings.
Senior class officers. Breads Susrer. Mark Williams, and Ken Grawe work together to organize the class.
Gwendolyn Collier Julie Collins Karla Collins Wesley Cooper
Bruce Cotton Carolyn Cotton Linda Curtiss John Dailing
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William Dickey Timothy Dietrich Deborah Dinwiddle Pamela Doeckcl
Chris Dohrer Jill Doran Beth Duin Julie Duncalf
Every nerve in my body shook, "I can't believe it went so well.” Once I had gotten out on stage it seemed so easy to strut my stuff. My first pivot turn felt as if I entered a new world! Yes, that's right, you just heard "a confession of a senior model.”
Diane Bragg had her first public involvement as a model in the Marycrest College Upward Bound "Fall Extravaganza" fashion show. Koz Lampkin, coordinator, said Diane had a lot of modeling talent. It had been a small but brillant outcome. Diane moved to making a portfolio of herself. Nolan Jones, her agent, sent the books to Jet Magazine.
Diane planned on doing more modeling, but she had no thoughts on being a model. Diane decided in an early age to be a beau-tican. Past held a lot but future has more.
Dune Bragg prepare for her future by working in her co molology clau Diane' a model that ha a chance a a beautican.
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