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Page 74 text:
On the second and third Wednesdays
of each month, the chapel period is
used to develop skills not offered in
classroom situations. From pep to me-
dia, and photography to chess, there is a
club for each individual personality at
The Young Women for Christ Club
sponsored an administration luncheon.
Bible club members prepared each
month to defend Southside's state
championship in Bible quizzing. The
largest club at Southside was the pep
club. Several cheers were taught to club
members so they could support our
athletic teams in action. Media club
members produced a video-tape pro-
duction of each game at this year's
Christian Cup Tournament. A chess
tournament, food pounding, war
games, and debates were other activi-
ties in which club members were in-
volved. This year's clubs were able to
provide a change of pace from the reg-
ular chapel routine.
"A cubist club? No, just a bored unclubber play-
ing with a Rubik's Cube."
Th Finer Point
"Sprechen Sie Duetsch?" Mr. Hamon's Foreign
Language Club meets twice a month.
"Twinkle, twinkle, little star." Debbie Bossman
and Jodi Svajko display their creativity after mak-
ing Christmas ornaments in the Young Women
for Christ Club.
Media Club director, Mr. Dennis Cook, and cam-
eraman, Kevin jolliff, video tape Christian Cup VII.
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ooking in a mirror, guess what I see. A pretty
'l, and God made me!" Alicia Mathers recites
e poem, "Looking in a Mirror" in her class play.
.,, ,, ,
julie Peterson played the leading roll in the fifth-
grade production Annie.
'ou're only a day away!" Miss Wood's fifth-grade
ass gave an excellent performance of the musi-
Eat your heart out, Singing Sabres. Miss Barton's
class tunes up just before a chapel performance.
"I hope the food is good here." Second graders
perform during chapel.
Elementary Chapel 69
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lim Lane, Chairman of the Media Club, videotapes
a basketball game.
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