Valley Christian High School - Crusader Yearbook (Cerritos, CA)
- Class of 1982
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Escortzjames Bylsma Escort: Brad O'Brien
unior Princess: Cindy Chossen Sophomore Princess: Doni Rolin Freshman Princess: Kelly Vos
Escort: Scott Iinserink Escort: Andy Reno Escort: Bill Keller
H omecomm g
TOP RIGHT: The Homecoming Court is honored in their
directors' chairs with a good view of the game.
MIDDLE LEFT: The varsity football team wait for the names
of the first string players to be called onto the playing field,
MIDDLE RIGHT: Master 84 Mistress of Ceremonies, Dave
Van Dyke and Lisa Nyenhuis gave a character background on
each princess as she was escorted down the football field.
BO'I'I'OM RIGHT: The 1980-81 Homecoming Queen returns
to present the cape and crown to the new Valley Queen. -
As a tradition, student council has put on the annual Homecoming
festivities. New student council members brought new ideas in planning the
Homecoming night. The sgars and glitter of an old fashioned Hollywood
brought out the "Premiere Night" theme. Lisa Nyenhuis and Dave Van Dyk
were our first Master and Mistress of ceremonies as a couple. Together they
gave the night a "Hollywood Awards" like atmosphere. The princesses were
brought around in a variety of Cadillacs, like stars brought to an opening
performance. The seniors followed the rest as a grand finale in chauffeur
driven limousines. Starting with the freshmen, the court came down the fifty
yard line of the football field while the M.C.'s told a little about each
princess. As something new, there were three princesses representing the
senior class, The escorts also had the privilege of presenting the court to the
audience in place of the princess's fathers. After all were on the platform, the
suspense mounted as the Crusader on horseback brought the envelope to the
M.C.'s Barb Overgaauw was announced as the 1981-82 Homecoming Queen.
The football game brought the evening to a memorable close for all the
students, parents, alumni and returning cheerleaders, who cheered on our
team to a 34 to 7 victory over Woodbridge.
TOP LEFT: Balloons, hugs, and screams celebrate the announcement of
the new Homecoming Queen.
TOP RIGHT: ln keeping with tradition, the football captain presents the
new Queen with the game football.
BOTTOM: Presenting the 1981-82 Homecoming Court.
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The Class Of 1982
Class Color: Aquamarine and Ivory
Class Flower: Baby Rose Tfpped In Blue
Class Motto: What made us friends rn the
long ago, when Hrst we met? Well, I thrnk I
know, the best rn me and the best rn you,
harled each other because they knew, that
always and always srnce lrfe began, our
belng friends was part of God 's plan.
Class Verse: "Show me your ways, O Lord,
teach me your pathsg ,guide in your truth
and teach me, for you are my God and my
Sa vior, and my hope is rn you all day long. "
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Anne M. Abbott
Class Song' "Friends with You" by BH! Danoff and Taffy Nivert
sung byjohn Denver
Kari L. Anderson Tim P. Angelus
Teri A. Andringa Kevin Auman
Michael P. Allen
Friends, I will remember you,
Heather E. Baker Philip M, Bollom
Robert B. Bishop Nick F. Brakbancl
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Leslie A. Irving Rhonda M. jefford
Michael j. Klaassen
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Tammy L. Woods
Colleen F. Wielenga
Valley Christian High School
We raise our song to theeg
We pledge our firm devotion
and our fidelity.
Our Loyalty and Honor
We'll ne're permit to die.
Hail our Alma Mater,
Valley Christian High School
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TOP RIGHT: Carlotta Flower lovingly gazes into the eyes of her brave hero. TOP
LEFT: Members ofthe make-up committee, Melissa Mabry and Lisajuhasz prepare
julie Stoub's hair. MIDDLE RIGHT: The cast reacts in the death scene. BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Dorothea Ramsgate tries to get her man.
"Adrift on Life's Sea" or "A Fate Worse than
Death," was the name of the 1981-1982 senior
play. Dan Weaver and Liz Kooiman, as MCS
introduced this comical melodrama with the
typical villian-hero plot. Even the audience was
able to participate by "booing" the dastardly
villian, "aaahing" the beautiful Carlotta Flower,
and cheering the brave hero. The play as a
whole took on a new twist from previous years
as it was performed in cabaret-style. During
intermission the members of the audience were
served cookies and lemonade by senior wait-
resses while being serenaded by a barbershop
quartet: Gary Mulder, Darlene Kline, Paul Sor-
enson, and jeff Rabideaux. The Senior Play
took a great deal of time, man-power and pa-
tience by the cast, crew, and all involved. But it
was worth it all because the senior class pulled
off a play long to be remembered for its hilarity.
Felicia Ramsgate . .
Marie . . .
Cokie Joe . ,
Cassius Carstairs . .
Clarice Kingdon , .
Carlotta Flower .
Slick Carter .
jennie Lynd . .
Ada Cornell . .
The Pianist , . .
FOURTH ROW:janet Morris, Perry Krosschell , Mike Struiksma, Dwayne Struiksma, Susie Gort,jon Vander
Maarl. THIRD ROW: Cathi De Vries, Brenda Schenk. SECOND ROW:jeanette Kosareffhlulie Stoub, Dave
Van Dyk. FIRST ROW: Kay Vos, Director Miss llaack, Student Director Helen Mathai.
. . .Cathi De Vries
. , .janet Morris
. . .Susie Gort
. .Perry Krosschell
. .Mike Srruiksma
jon Vander Maarl
. . . .julie Stoub
' ' David Van TOP' LEFT: Shooot boss! BOTTOM RIGHT: Director, Ms. llaack, concen-
trates on applying make-up to Susie Gort.
. . .Brenda Schenk
. . .Kay Lynn Vos V
.Cindy De Young
TOP RIGHT: The chapel, decorated in the Hollywood theme,
is filled with an excited group of juniors, seniors and faculty all
dressed for the occasion. MIDDLE RIGHT: Perry Krosschell,
Terri Dantuma, and Lisa Kolberg relax to enjoy the evening's
entertainment. MIDDLE LEFT: Sophomore "cocktail" wait-
resses take time out from serving hors d'oevres to pose for a
picture. BOTTOM RIGHT: Serving punch under the Chinese
pagoda are sophomores Rachelle Rienstra and jake Hiemstra.
Much hard work and planning from the juniors went into the making of the
junior-Senior Banquet. But it was well worthwhile when the night of the
banquet, juniors, seniors, and faculty walked into the chapel to find it magically
recreated with the Hollywood theme. Amazingly Grauman's Chinese Theatre,
the Hollywood Hills, Farmers Market and more were all fit into one room under
a starlit sky. The catered dinner was served by juniors' mothers to the excited
group seated around green and black decorated tables.junior couples presented
"Oscar Meyer Awards" to some of our senior "stars", and a play was given by a
few underclassmen. A slide show was also given to the music of the senior class
song "Friends" "Hooray for Hollywood" was an extravaganza to be remem-
bered by all who were present.
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TOP LEFT: Rob Van Duyn and Vickie Kuvelis are one of
the many couples to MC in front of the Chinese Theatre.
MIDDLE LEFT: Special entertainment for the evening was
a skit put on by the underclassmen about a senior football
team reunion. MIDDLE RIGHT: Before the evening be-
gins, couples get their pictures taken by Pictures by Paul, as
modeled by Miss Haack and her escort.
BOTTOM LEFT: Senior girls flaunt their finery in front ofthe banquet
entrance, BOTTOM RIGHT: Burt Dirkse and Sue Vanderburg present an
"Oscar Award" for "Most Likely to Dominate the Screen" to Greg "Hinden-
One of the last chapels ofthe year was put on
by the senior class of '82, It was a time in which
seniors used their talents to witness God's
goodness through songs, poems, and shared
experiences of lessons learned. Even some hid-
den talent was exposed when quiet Lisa Recker
favored the audience of teachers, underclass-
men, and fellow classmates with a vocal solo.
Senior Chapel was a special time for the seniors
for it brought the class of '82 closer together
through openness and Christian fellowship.
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TOP RIGHT: The senior class stand to sing the chorus of their
class song "Friends" while Denise Stejkal sings the verses. MID-
DLE LEFT: A quartet formed by senior Madrigal girls blend their
voices in harmony. MIDDLE RIGHT: Susie Gort gives an inspira
ing message on life's upcoming challenges. BOTTOM LEFT:
Cindy De Young accompanies Brad O'Brien on the electric guitar as
they play "Chariots of Fire".
S enjor Moth ers' Tea
TOP LEFT: Paul Sorenson presents a
Carnation to his mother. TOP RIGHT:
Mistress of Ceremonies, Cindy Dirkse,
introduces the Senior Poll winners with
amusing childhood stories. BOTTOM
LEFT: At the punch bowl, Stacy Cato
and Sara l-liemstra serve refills to Dava
Miller. BOTTOM RIGHT: The Sen-
ior Mothers' Tea was a time of good
fellowship shared by both mothers and
What better way is there for a senior to honor his mother for supporting him
through twelve years of school than to take her to an afternoon tea put on by the
sophomore class? Greeted at the door with a baby blue carnation for each mother,
- the seniors and their mothers enjoyed "Precious Moments" of friendships fthe
themel that grew throughout the years. Nikki Van De Steeg sang the class song,
"Friends," along with Cyndie Van Weerthuizen and Sandee Van Aalsburg. Two
"midgets" performed a dance routine, and cake and ice cream were served. Cindy
Dirkse led us through the program as Mistress of Ceremonies and presented
certificates to the winners of the Senior Class Poll.
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TOP RIGHT: Up, up and away on PSA . . . TOP LEFT: Mike Klaassen, Tim Angelus, and Dave
Van Dyk check our the Frisco scene. BOTTOM LEFT: Senior girls ride a cable car through the streets
of San Francisco, BOTTOM RIGHT: Lisa Crellin peers through the bars ofthe lonely Alcatraz Prison
Onjune 27, the members ofthe senior class of 1982 arose in the wee hours of the
morning with the anticipation of an exciting and fun-filled day. They met at school
at 6:45 AM to ride buses to LAX Airport. Although the major transportation plans
for the senior trip had been changed previously due to complications, the seniors
had a safe trip to San Francisco by way of PSA. On arrival at Fisherman's Warf, a
bright day with cool ocean breezes awaited them. The class then split up, some
toured Alcatraz Island, others took cable cars to China Town, and others just
shopped around. Everyone pleased their stomachs in the various restaurants and
food stops found in San Francisco. Later that day, 110 tired seniors, loaded down
with souveniers, boarded buses to go back to San Francisco Airport. When they
arrived at the airport, they found out that their stand-by plane was about to leave.
Suddenly 110 seniors were running through the airport trying to catch their plane.
We are happy to say they all made it back home with memories to last for a
MIDDLE LEFT: Senior guys discuss the day's plans while they
wait on stand-by at LAX. MIDDLE RIGHT: Melissa Norton and
Barb Overgaauw await their turn to be brought into the U.S.
Penitentiary . . . Why are they smiling? BOTTOM LEFT: After
landing at San Francisco's airport, an excited group of seniors wait
for buses to take them to Fisherman's Watf.
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TOP RIGHT: The Co-Valedictorians, Loreen Le Febre and Randy DeWeerd. TOP LEFT:
The Class of '82 wait for the final strains of "Pomp and Circumstanceu so they can be seated
BOTTOM RIGHT: Seven senior guys raise salutes to the graduation. BOTTOM LEFT:
Vickie Kuvelis and Rob Van Duyn escort the seniors into Eldorado Park Community Church.
The organ swelled with the familiar "Pomp and Circumstance" as once again,
another class graduated from VCHS. A crowded Eldorado Park Church audi-
ence watched with pride as graduates marched down the aisle. Loreen Le Febre
and Randy De Weerd, Co-Valedictorians gave speeches, and the A'cappella
Choir sang. Then the Senior Class President, Darlene Kline, presented the class
gift. Retiring Rev. Knowles, the speaker of the night, stated that he too should
be wearing a cap and gown because he was also graduating, but it took him 9
times longer! Finally came the moment everyone was waiting for: Mr. Keuning
presented the graduating Class of 1982, and tassels were changed from right to
left. Then for the last time together, the seniors - now graduates-sang the Alma
Mater. Again the organ music filled Eldorado Park Community Church, this
time with "Chariots of Fire" while graduates rushed outside to be congratulated
and hugged by a mob of friends and relatives. In celebration of completing 12
years of school, the Class of '82 spent Grad-Nite at Disneyland.
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TOP LEFT: Superintendent Dr. Bootsma and speaker of the evening, Rev. Knowles pose for a
picture before entering with the graduates, MIDDLE LEFT: The graduates rush to meet the future
and into the arms of congratulating friends and relatives. MIDDLE RIGHT: Senior Class President
Darlene Kline. LEFT: Board member, Rev. Nyenhuis presents julie Stoub with her diploma,
Contributed the Most Best Looking Best Personality
Darlene Kline Barb Overgaauw Denise Stejskal
Mike Allen Mike Struiksma james Bylsma
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Gary Mulder Mike Klaassen
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ANNE M. ABBOTT
Honor Roll 10, 11, 125 Ncappella 11, 125 Madrigals 11, 125 Band 10,
11, 125 Handbells 105 Stage Band 10, 11, 125 Girls' Chorus 105 Cheer-
leading 125 Powder Puff 11.
Frosh Football fLj.V. Football 111 Var. Football 11, 125j.V. Soccer 9.
105-l.V. Baseball 9, IQ Var. Baseball 11, 125 Honor Society 115 Honor
Roll 9, 10, 11, 125 Gazette 125 A'cappella 125 Boys' Chorus 11.
MICHAEL P. ALLEN
Honor Society 10, 11, 125 Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 125 Gazette 9, 10, 11-
KARI L. ANDERSON
TERI A. ANDRINGA
Honor Society 10, 11, 125 Honor Roll 9, 10, ll, 125 G.A.A. 111
Kcappella 11, 125 Madrigals 125 Girls' Chonrs 9, 105 Office Aid 125
Fall Play IQ Powder Puff 10, 115 Track Stat 10.
TIM P. ANGELUS
Frosh Soccer 95j.V. Soccer 10, 115 Var. Soccer 125 Var. Tennis 125
Honor Society 10, 11, 125 Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 125 Gazette 11, 12.
KEVIN j. AUMAN
HEATHER E, BAKER
j.V. Volleyball 9, 10, 115-l.V. Softball 105 Honor Society 125 Honor
Roll 9, 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 9, IO, II5 Skiing Club 95j.V. Football Stat
ROBERT B. BISHOP
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Frosh Soccer lkj.V. Soccer IQ Var. Soccer 11, 125 Gazette 11.
PHILIP M. BOLLOM
A'cappella 11, 125 Madrigals 11, 12.
Class Officer 9-President, Frosh Football 4xj.V. Football 105 Var.
Football II, 125j.V. Soccer Q Var. Soccer 10, II, 125 Student Council
9, IO, 115 Ilonor Society 10, ll, 125 Ilonor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12.
RODGER D. BYL
JAMES A. BYLSMA
Honor Roll 1Z5 A'cappella 11, 125 Madrigals 125 Band 9, 10, 115 Boys'
LISA M. CRELLIN
ASB President, 125 Frosh Volleyball fL'l.V. Volleyball 10, l15'l.V.
Basketball 9, IQ Var. Basketball 11, 125 Var. Track 10, 115 Student
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HARRY C. DAGLAS
TERRI L. DANTUMA
Class Officer 9. 11-Vice Presidenr5j.V. Volleyball KL Var. Volleyball
10, ll, 125-l.V. Basketball 95 Var. Basketball 10, 11, 125-l.V. Softball 9,
Var. Softball 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Honor Roll 10, 11, 125
G.A.A. 9, 10, 11-Vice Pres., 12-President5 A'Cappella 11, 125 Girls'
Chorus 10, Drill Team 9.
VVRENETTE K. DAVIS
Honor Society 11, 125 Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 125 Senior Play 12.
TED DE GROOT
j.V. Basketball5 Honor Society 11, 125 Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 125
Annual 10, 11, 125 A'cappella 125 Boys' Chorus 115 Homecoming
Escort 9. 11.
MICHELLE A. DE JONG
Frosh Volleyball 95-l.V. Basketball KL Honor Society 11, 125 Honor
Roll 9, 10, 11, 125 Annual 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 9, 10, 11, 125 A'cappella
125 Powder Puff 115 Var. Football Star 11, 125 Var. Girls' Basketball
Stat 105 Var. Volleyball Star 12.
CHARLES j. DE KRUYF
CATHLEEN R. DE VRIES
Var. Cross-Country 95 Var. Track 105 Honor Society 11, 125 Honor
Roll 9, 10, 11, 125 A'Cappella 11, 125 Madrigals 125 Girls Chorus 9, 105
l.D. 10, 11-Captain5 Senior Play 125 Powder Puff 11, 125 Speech St
Music Festival 9.
jOHN A. DE VRIES
Frosh Football 4Lj.V. Football IQ Var. Football lg Frosh Soccer 95
j.V. Soccer 10, 115 Var. Soccer 125 Honor Roll 125 Math Club 11, 125
Band 9, I0, 11, 12.
RANDY M. DE WEERD
Frosh Football 95 Frosh Soccer 9, 105 Honor Society 10, 11, 125 Honor
Roll 9, 10, 11, 125 Math Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Band 9, 105 German Club 9.
DONNA S. DE YAGER
CINDY J. DE YOUNG
-IV. Volleyball 9, Ilk Var. Volleyball 11, 125j.V. Basketball lk Vat.
Basketball 10, 11, 125 'l.V. Softball 9, IQ Var. Softball 11, 125 Honor
Society 10, 11, 125 Honor Roll 9, ln, rr, 125 G.A.A. 9, ro, 11, 125
A'Cappella 11, 125 Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Handbells 9, 10, 115 Pep Band 9,
10, 115 Stage Band 9. I0, 115 Senior Play 125 Var. Softball Stat 10. 125
Speech At Music Festival 9.
MARVIN C. DUTY,jR.
AL E. GAITHER
-l.V. Football 10, Var. Foot ll 1, 125 Var. Track 9, 10, 11, 125 Chess
Club 'Z Band 9.
JAMES E. GLASNER
SUSANNE M. GORT
Class Officer 9-Vice Pres.5 12-Treas.5 Frosh Volleyball 95 Frosh Bas-
ketball 2 Student Council 9, 10, 115 Honor Society 11. 12: Honor Roll
9, 10, 11, 125 Afappella 11, 125 Madrigals 125 Band 9, 10, 115
Handbells 10, 115 Flag 125 Senior Play 125 Fall Play 105j.S.B. MC 115
Senior Mothers' Tea MC IQ Homecoming Chairman 115 Powder
Puff 11, 125 Speech Bt Music Festival 'X Volleyball Stat KL Football
KENNETH R. GREGORY
GREG j. HENDRICKSON
j.V. Football 9, 1lk Var. Football 11, 12, Frosh Soccer Wk-l.V. Soccer
lik Frosh Track 2 Var. Track 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 12, Gazette 12.
LISA ul. HIEMSTRA
Var. Track Sh Student Council 12, Honor Society xl, 12, Honor Roll
9,10, 11, 12, Annual 11, 12, G.A,A. 9, 10, 11, Band 9, 10, Handbells 9,
10, 11, Flag 11, 12-Head, Senior Play 12, Student Aid 11, Powder Puff
ll, Volleyball Stat 2 Track Stat IO,
TISHAWN D. HUMBER
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 11, 12, Var. Track 10, Girls' Chorus
ll, Library Aid 12, Counselors Aid 12.
LESLIE A. IRVING
PAUL I.. JERNIGAN, JR.
Frosh Soccer 10,-j.V. Track ltk Var. Track 11, Honor Society 10, 11,
12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Math Club 9, 10, ll, 12,
VINCENT K. JOHNSON
j.V. Cross-Country 12, Frosh Soccer 10, Var. Track 12, Concert Choir
LISA M. jUHASZ
Frosh Football Q Frosh Soccer 9, 1lk Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Honor
Roll 9, I0, 11, I2, Math Club 9, I0, II, I2, Chess Club 9.
DARLENE J. KLINE
Class Officer 92 Vice. Pres., 11, 12-Pres,, Frosh Volleyball Q j.V.
Volleyball llk Var. Volleyball 11, 12, Var. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12,-l.V.
Softball 2 Var. Softball 10, 11, 12, Student Council Ck Honor Society
11, 12, Honor Roll9,10,11,12,G,A.A.9,10,11,12,A'cappella11, 12,
Girls' Chorus 2 Office Aid 12, Senior Play 12, Senior Princess 12.
LISA L. KOLBERG
Student Council 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12,
Annual ltk Girls' Chorus 2 Drill Team 10, 11, Flag 12, Senior Play 12,
Powder Puff 12.
ELIZABETH R. KOOIMAN
Gazette 12, Ncappella 11, 12, Girls' Chorus 9, 10, Senior Play 12, Fall
Play lfk Powder Puff 12.
CAROLINE T, KOOISTRA
JEANETTE L. KOSAREFF
Honor Society 10, 11, IZ, Honor Roll 9, 10, ll, 12, Gazette 12,
A'cappella 12, Girls' Chorus 9, 11, I.D. 1, Flag 12, Senior Play 12, Fall
Play lik Powder Puff 12.
KIMBERLY R. KREDIT
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Annual Staff 10, 11,
12-Editor, Drill Team 10, 11, 124Capt., Senior Play 12,
PERRY L. KROSSCHELL
j.V. Football 9, llk Var. Football 11, 12, Frosh Basketball 9, j.V.
Basketball lik Var. Basketball 11, 12,-l,V, Baseball Ilk Var. Baseball
11, 12, Honor Roll 12, A'cappella 11, 12, Madrigals 12, Boys' Chorus
lik Senior Play 12, Powder Puff Coach 12.
LOREEN K. LE FEBRE
Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, A'cappella 11, 12,
Madrigals 11, 12, Band 9, llk Handbells 9. 10, 11, Fall Play llk Speech
5tMusic Festival 9, 10, Var, Softball Stat 11, Senior Play 12.
Student Council 11, Gazette 12, G,A.A, 9, Var, Cheerleading 12,
Homecoming Princess lik Powder Puff 12, -l,V, Volleyball Stat 9.
SONIA M, MADDOX
Girls' Chorus 2 Var. Cross-Country llk-I.V. Basketball lik G.A.A. 10.
jONABE'I'l'E M. MARKOVICH
Girls' Chonrs 9.10, Office Aid 12, Library Aid 11, Powder Puff 11, 12,
HELEN M. MATHAI
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Annual 11, Girls'
Chorus 9, llk Senior Play 12, Fall Play 10, Powder Puff 11.
GLORIA M. MENESES
Var. Cross-Country 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, NCHPPCIII 121 Girls'
Chorus 11, Drill Team Qj,V. Cheerleading lik Var. Cheerleading 11,
Powder Puff 11, 12.
DAVA R. MILLER
Var. Cross-Country 1Z,j.V. Basketball Uk Var. Basketball II,j.V,
Softball 2 Var. Softball 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 12, Senior Play 12,
Powder Puff 11, 12, Frosh Basketball Stat Sk Var. Boys' Basketball
jANI?l' E. MORRIS
Honor Roll 12, Gazette 11, 12, Senior Play 12.
GARY E. MULDER
Var. Cross-Country 12, Frosh Football 9, Frosh Soccer Qj,V. Soccer
lik Var, Soccer 11, 12,j.V. Track 9, 10, Var, Track 11, 12, Honor
Society 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 9. 10, 11, 12, A'cappella 12, Madrigals
12, Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Stage Band 9,10,11,12,
Senior Play 12, Fall Play llk Brass Ensemble 11, 12.
MELISSA R. NORTON
-l.V. Softball 10, 11, A.S.B. Vice-President 12, Student Council 12,
G.A,A. 9, 10, 11, Powder Puff 11, 12, Frosh Volleyball Stat 9,j.V,
Volleyball Stat 10, Frosh Football Stat 2j.V. Football Stat lfk Var.
Football Stat 12, Frosh Basketball Stat 9,j.V. Basketball Stat 10.
LISA K. NYENHUIS
Student Council 12, Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11,
12, A'cappella 11, 12, Band 9, 10, 11, 12-Sec., Handbells 10, 11, Pep
Band 9, 10. 11, Senior Play 12, Powder Puff II, Homecoming MC 11,
SolofEnsemble Festival 11.
BRAD F. 0'BRlEN
Class Officer 94Treasurer,j.V, Football 10, Frosh Soccer 2-l.V. Track
10, Var. Tennis 11, 12, Honor Society 10, ll, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11,
12, Gazette 12, Math Club 9, lik Band 9, 10,11, 12, Pep Band 9, 10, 11,
12, Stage Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12, Homecoming Escort 12.
BARB F. OVERGAAUW
Commerical 11 years
Class Officer 10, 11, 12'Sec., Frosh Volleyball 9, j.V. Volleyball 10,
Student Council 9, llk G,A.A. 9, llk Var. Cheerleading 12, Counselor's
Aid 12, Graduation Escort, 11, Homecoming Queen 12, Powder Puff
11, I2, Frosh Football Stat 9,j,V. Football Stat lik Frosh Basketball
Stat qj.V. Basketball Stat 10.
CHRYSTINE R. POELSTRA
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12.
MARY A, POSTMA
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Annual Staff 11,
G.A.A. 9, 10, 11, 12, A'cappella 11, 12, Madrigals 12,j.V. Cheerlead-
ing 9, 10, Var. Gieerleading 12, Senior Play 12, Student Aid 12,
Powder Puff 11, 12.
JEFF M, RABIDEAUX
Var. Tennis 11, 12, A'cappella 12, Madrigals 12, Band 9, 10. 11, 12,
Pep Band 11, 12, Stage Band 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12,-1.5.8, MC 11,
Var. Football Manager 12.
LISA S. RECKER
Pre - College
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Gazette 12, A'cappella
12, Girls' Choms 2 Drill Team 10, Powder Puff 11,
RANDY G. REITSMA
Frosh Football 2 Frosh Basketball 9, 10, j.V. Basketball lik Var.
Basketball 12,-IV. Basketball 9, llk Var. Baseball 11, 12, Gazette 12,
A'cappella 12, Boys' Choms 11, Homecoming Escort 10.
LORI Y. RESER
Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 10, 11, 12, A'cappella 11, 12,
Girls' Chorus 10, Flag 12, Powder Puff 11.
WENDY T. SAKODA
BRENDA A. SCHENK
Student Council 12, Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11,
12, G.A.A. 9, 10, 11, 12, A'cappeIla 11, 12, Handbells 11, 12, Girls'
Chorus! I.D. 11, Office Aid 12, Senior Play 12, Powder Puff 11, Var.
Football Stat 11, 12,j.V. Girls' Basketball Stat 9, IOL Var. Girls'
Basketball Stat 11, 12, Var. Volleyball Stat 12, Girls' Basketball
Manager 9, 10.
BFI' H E. SIMONS
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, A'cappella 11, Band 9,
12, Handbells 1 fPe 9, 10.
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KEVIN J. sMiTH'1rf'25f'f'ir-' :
PAUL M. SORENSEN
j.V, Football 9, IQ Var. Football 11, 12, A'cappella 11, 12, Madrigals
12, Mens' Chorus 10, Senior Play 12, Student Aid 12.
BECKY R. SPONAUGLE
Var. Cross-Country 11, 12, Var. Track 10, 11, 12, Honor Society 11,
IZ, Honor Roll 10, 11, 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, Band 9, 10, Powder Puff
DENISE M. STEJSKAL
Var. Track 10, 11, 12, Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 10, 11, 12,
G.A.A. 10, 11, 12, A'cappella 11, 12, Girls' Chorus IQ Senior Play 12.
JULIE M. STOUB
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Gazette 12-Editor,
Drill Team 11, Senior Play 12, Fall Play 10.
ANNE'I'I'E R. STREELMAN
A'cappella 11, 12, Girls' Chonrs 9, 10, j.V. Cheerleading 10.
DWAYNE A. STRUIKSMA
Frosh Football 2j.V. Football 11k Frosh Basketball 2 Var. Tennis 12,
Var. Baseball 1, Gazette 12, A'cappella 12, Boys' Chorus 11, Senior
MIKE A. STRUIKSMA
Class Officer 10-President,j.V. Football 9, Var. Football 10, Il, 12,
Frosh Basketball 9, j,V. Basketball I0, Var. Basketball 12, Honor
Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, A'cappella 11, 12, Madrigals
11, 12, Band 9, 10, 11, Pep Band 9, IQ Boys' Choms 9, llk Senior Play
KELLI R. SYBESMA
Frosh Volleyball 'ij.V. Volleyball IQ-l.V. Basketball 9,j.V. Softball
9, Var. Softball 10, 11, Student Council IQ Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12,
Annual 11, G.A.A. 9, 10, 11, 12, Skiing Club 9, A'cappella 11, 12,
Madrigals 12, Band 9, 10, 11, Handbells 9, 10, 11, Pep Band 9, 10, 11,
j,V, Cheerleading 9, IQ Var. Cheerleading 12, Powder Puff 11, 12,
Speech er Music Festival 9.
SHELLI L. SYBESMA
Class Officer 9, 10-Sec., 11-Treas., Frosh Volleyball 42-l,V. Volleyball
10, 11, Frosh Basketball 2j,V. Softball 10, Student Council 2 Honor
Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Annual 10, 12, G.A.A. 9, 10,
11, A'cappeIla 11, 12, Band 9, 10, 11, Handbells 9, 10, 11, Pep Band 9,
10, 11, Homecoming Princess 2 Powder Puff 10, 12,j.V. Softball Stat
2 Var. Volleyball Star 12.
DIANNE L. TAZELAAR
General 12 years
Girls' Chorus 9, 10.
GREG A. TOPP
Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Math Club 11,
A'cappella 12, Band 9, 10, 11, Pep Band 9, 10, 11, Stage Band 9,10,1l,
Senior Play 12
MAG DA LIN E TSAPATOLIS
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 11, 12, Concert Choir 11.
ANDREW T. VANDER DUSSEN
NANCY L. VANDERELST
Var. Cross-Country 10, 11, 12,j.V. Basketball 2 Var. Basketball 10,
11, 12,-l.V. Softball 2 Var, Softball 11, 12, Math Club 'L Chess Club Q
G,A.A, 9, 10, Il, 12, Band 9, Powder.Puff I0, 12, Var. Volleyball
-IANNA L. VANDERGRIFI'
Honor Roll 12, G.A.A. 9, 12, A'cappella 11, 12, Girls' Chorus 9, I0,
Drill Team 10, 11, 12-Lieutenant, Office Aid 12, Track Stat 12, Senior
STEVEN G. VANDERKAMP
Frosh Football 2-j.V. Football 10, Frosh Soccer 'L-IV. Soccer 10, 11,
Var. Soccer 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Band
9, 10, 11, 12, Pep Band 10, 11, 12, Stage Band 11, 12.
jON A, VANDER MAARL
Senior Play 12.
VICKIE VANDER MEULEN
Frosh Volleyball fx Var. Cross-Country 10, j.V. Basketball 12 Var.
Basketball 10, Honor Society 1I, IZ, Honor Roll 9, I0, I1, 12, Annual
10, 11, G.A.A. 9, lik Girls' Chorus Ck Powder Puff 11.
LAURA E, VANDER MOLEN
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Student Council 11, Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, ll, 123
Annual 10. 11, 12, G.A.A. 10, A'cappella 12, Girls' Chorus 11, Powder
Puff 10, 11, 12, Track Stat 10, Girls'-l.V. Basketball Stat 10, Senior
GERALDINE C. VANDER VIS
Var. Track 9, 10. 11, Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12,
G.A.A. 9. 10. 11, Band 9, 10. ll, 12, Pep Band 9. 10, 11, Powder Puff
12, Senior Play 12.
TONY K, VANDERWAAL
Frosh Basketball ll-j.V. Basketball 10. 11, Var. Basketball 12, Var,
Track 11, Var. Baseball 12.
DAVID A VAN DYK
Cross-Country 10, Frosh Basketball 9, Var. Tennis 12, Honor Society
10. 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, A'cappella 10, 11, 12, Madrigals
11, Band 9, 111 Pep Band 9. 10, Stage Band 9, 10, Senior Play 123 Fall
Play 101 Homecoming MC 12, Speech dr Music Festival 9.
DAVID-1. VAN ESSEN
Frosh Football 1J.V. Football 10, Var. Football 11, 12, Frosh
Basketball 1j.V. Basketball 1lhj.V. Baseball 9, 10, Var. Baseball 11,
11: Boys' Chorus 10.
DOUGLAS M. VAN GENT
Kcappella 10, 11. 123 Band 9, 10. ll, 12: Boys' Chorus 9.
MARCIA VAN HOLLAND
German Club 9.
TIMOTHY VAN MEETEREN
Frosh Football llj.V. Football 10, Var. Football 11, 12,-j.V. Soccer 2
j.V. Track 112 Honor Roll 12.
Var. Track Ch Annual Staff 10, 11, 12, G.A.A. 'X A'cappella 11, 12,
Girls' Chorus 9. lik Drill Team 10, 11, Var. Cheerleading 12, Office
Aid 12, Fall Play 10, Powder Puff 11, 12, Speech H Music Festival 9.
TON-IA R. VELTMAN
Honor Society 10, 12, Honor Roll 10, 11. 12, Annual Staff 10, 11, 12,
A'Cappella 11, 12, Girls' Chorus 2 I.D. 11, Counselor's Aid 12, Senior
jERRY W. VER STEEG
j.V. Soccer 9, lik Var, Soccer 11, 12gj.V. Baseball 9, 111 Var. Baseball
11. 12, Homecoming Escort 12.
JERRY N. VOGEL
KAY L. VOS
Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10. 11, 12, Girls' Chorus 9, 10,
Drill Team 9, 10. 11-Co. Opt. Flag IZ, Library Aide 12, Senior Play
121 Homecoming Princess 12.
DAVID C. WALHOF
Frosh Soccer 9, 10, Honor Society 11, 12, Honor Roll 9, 10. 11, 12,
Math Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Band 9, Boys' Chonxs fl German Club 9.
DANIEL E. WEAVER
j.V. Football 10, Var. Football 11, 12, Honor Society 11, Honor Roll
10. 11, Gazette 12, A'cappella 11, 12, Band 10. 11, 12, Pep Band 11, 12,
Stage Band 10, 11, 12, Senior Play 12.
EDWARD WHITTEMORE Ill
COLLEEN F. WIELENGA
KENNETH j, WILLIAMS
j.V. Football CL Var. Football 10, 11, 12, Frosh Basketball 9, j.V
Basketball 10,j.V. Baseball lk Var. Baseball 10, 11, 12.
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Alethea Vander Waal
Cathy Vander Wal
Robert Van Duyn
Gary Van Leeuwen
TOP: Reflecting on their crazy sophomore
enjoy the new Crusader yearbook.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: President: Rachelle Rienstra, Secretary: Carol Candilas, Vice President:
Laura Wesrra, Treasurer: Cyndie Van Weerthuizen.
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war. BOTTOM: Sophomore girls cheer ar a pep rally.
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and bizarre the better. In this relaxed almost-anything- goes atmosphere, the opportu-
nities to express individual tastes were endless: from punk to preppy to prairie and
everything in between. Length didn't seem to matter much, mid-thigh, mini-skirts and
mid-calf prairie skirts were "in" as well as walking shorts and knickers. The blouses
sported heaps of ruffles and frills or natural collars and ties. Even footgear was
included in the fads, especially topsiders, pumps, and ankle-strap sandals. The guys
plunged into the new fashions with as much enthusiasm as the girls. The campus
blossomed with alligator shirts, pink or otherwise, and plaid bermuda shorts held up
by striped belts. This outfit was set off by oxfords and topped with a thriftstore
TOP LEFT: Senior girls set their own trend by falling back to
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Patty Davis, Mary Mouw, and Alisha Wright model "the latest"
in knickers and pedal pushers. BOTTOM RIGHT: Tom Staal
sports an early football season butch.
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TOP LEFT: Chele Mabry and Tracie Baltzer are fashionable with short
hair. BOTTOM LEFT: Valley footwear for '82. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Melissa Norton poses in a ruffled top and mini skirt.
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Mrs. Brouwer: Clothing, Life Skills, Intro to Cooking, Meals for 2,
Interior Decorating, Psychology Practical Family Living, Typing 1.
Ms. Aardsma: Accounting 1 81 2, Typing 1, Office Filing, Record
Keeping, Algebra 1-A.
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Mr. Cole: Chapel Coordinator, Christian Literature, Counseling, Drama
NT Bible, Student Council.
Mr. Baker: Earth Science and Life Science.
Mrs. de-long: American Literature, Advanced Study Skills, English 1 8:
Mr. De Bie: Drivers Education, Geography, World History.
Mr, Doornbos: Band Director, Handbells Director.
Mr. Den Ouden: Minority History, American Studies, WWI to Reagen
State 8: Local, Colonial History, Current Events, U,S. History, Big 3.
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Ms. Haack: Drill Team Advisor, English 1, Practical English, Contem-
porary Literature, Advanced Composition Exposition, Senior Play Di-
Mr. Hoeksrra: Chemistry, Life Science, Physics.
Mr. Feddes: Biology, Advanced Biology, Life Science.
Mr. Goedhart: Concert Choir, Womt-n's Chorus, A'ccapella, Madrigals
Mt. Le Febre: Algebra 1 Sc 2, Computer Math.
Ms. Logterman: Spanish 1, 2, 3 8a 4.
Mr. Hugen: Algebra 1-A, Algebra 1-B, Advanced Math, Geometry.
Rev. Knowles: Intro to Bible, NT Bible, OT Bible, Reformed Doctrine
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Ms. Schutten: Physical Education, Advanced Physical Education.
Mr, R, Sjoerdsma: Writing Skills, Creative Writing, English 1, Media,
Media Production, Annual Staff Advisor.
Mr. Oppewaal: Drawing, Painting, Ceramics.
Mr. G, Sjoerdsma: Contemporary Literature, American Literature
World Literature, English 2, Pre-College Grammar, Advanced Compo'
sition, Values and Beliefs.
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Mr. Wassenaar: Typing 1 84 2, Advanced Typing, Introduction to
Business, Life Skills, Financial Survival, Economics, Office Machines.
Mr. Van Den Berg: Big 3, World History, Colonial History, U.S
History, State and Local.
Mr. Verkaik: OT Bible, Biblical Perspectives, Comparative Religions
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Mrs. Wassenaar: Library.
Ms. Wilkie: Reading, Counseling
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If you were told that you were about to walk into a room where one person
kept track of fees, organized report cards, paid the bills, averaged grades for the
records, ordered the needs, took the phone calls and sorted the mail for an entire
high school, what might you expect? An exhausted, disheveled secretary stand-
ing amid drifts of paper? This scene would be entirely understandable. The
mystery comes in when you walk into Valley's office, where all ofthese activities
and more go on, and find Mrs. Brink, calm and poised, looking for all the world
like She has everything under control. Can ir be true? The other half of our office
team is Mr. Keuning. As principal, his job is to see that good parent-studenr-
teacher relationships are maintained Cwho ever said that was easy?D, to take care
of discipline problems fnever a pleasant jobj, and to help the teachers in their
day to day needs and struggles. Did you ever realize that that much work went
into running this school? How do Mrs. Brink and Mr. Keuning do it? The
world may never know.
TOP LEFT: Our faithful secretary is kept busy every moment of the day.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Our principal finds peace and quiet while typing in the
kitchen. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Keuning, the High School Principal.
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Communications is important for everyone and that is
why Valley stresses its English department so strongly.
All students are required to take some sort of English
class each year. Freshmen focus mainly on grammar and
writing while the sophomores move on to making
speeches and acting out plays.juniors and seniors get to
choose from a wider variety of classes such as Creative
Writing, Media Production, Values and Beliefs, and oth-
ers. Two new classes, Christian and Dramatic Literatures,
have been added to the numerous choices of literature
classes already offered. All these classes add to the stu-
dents climb toward a knowledge of their language and
better communications with others.
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TOP RIGHT: Dan Weaver and jeff Rabideaux trying to get the best shot for their slide presentation
BOTTOM LEFT: Dena Crellin and jeanell Bruinsma getting into the English scene. BOTTOM RIGHT
Mr. Sjoerdsma giving a word of advice to two of his Mass Media students.
From your first "hola" when you walk in the
door of room 26, Ms. Logterman will guide every
pre-college student through all the intracacies of
the Spanish language. Then for those who are
"hooked" after the two required years, an advanced
course was added this year. Learning Spanish does
require memorizing long lists of vocabulary words,
verb tenses, and other grammar keys, but Ms. Log-
terman makes class interesting with first hand ac-
counts of her experiences in Spain and Mexico and
"cultural experiences" including pinatas and au-
thentic Mexican cooking.
TOP LEFT: Ms. Logterman teaches her students household words. BOTTOM LEFT: S anish students read to learn.
BOTTOM RIGHT: There is a lor of fun in learning a new language.
Many people ask what makes Valley Christian different from
other schools in the area. The difference is simple: we base our
school curriculum and activities around Christ. Every student is
required to take a certain number of Bible classes. We offer basic
Old and New Testament classes for the freshmen and sophomores
and more indepth classes like Biblical Perspectives, Comparative
Religions and Reformed Doctrine for the juniors and seniors. This
year two new teachers, Mr. Verkaik and Rev. Lamen joined Rev.
Knowles in the Bible Department. In their classes and around the
campus, these three men worked hard to teach us more about God
and how to apply His Word to our daily lives. The Bible Depart-
ment was very strong this year and a special thanks goes to our
retiring Rev. Knowles who spent many years here at Valley. He was
both a teacher and friend and will be greatly missed.
TOP RIGHT: Mr. Verkaik checks Sam Fey's assignment in Comparative Religion
Class. BOTTOM RIGHT: Robin Talsma finds help in Rev. Lamen's explanation,
ABOVE: Rev. Knowles explains the basics of Christian Doctrine to the class.
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Traveling back in time isn't always thrilling,
but with teachers like Mr. De Bie, Mr. Van Den
Berg, and Mr. Den Ouden, history comes alive.
Throughout their four years at Valley, the stu-
dents get a wide variety of history. Freshman
take geography, while sophomores travel
around the world.juniors concentrate more on
our own U.S. History, and the seniors learn
about the government system of America. Each
of these classes help the student to understand
the way our world has been shaped.
TOP LEFT: Mr. De Bic prepares for his next class. TOP
RIGHT: Mr. Den Ouden lectures and gives notes to his
class. BOTTOM LEFT: "Busy, busy, busy . . ABOVE:
Mr. Van Den Berg in his famous pose.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Margret
Polley hurries to finish her Al-
gebra assignments before the
BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Le-
Febre helping the students mas-
ter their Algebra,
RIGHT: Algebra 1-B students
diligently work on their math
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for three hours at 55 miles per hour fremember how you struggled with those
word problems?Q, to what the cevians of a triangle are, one of our math pros,
Mr. LeFebre, Mr. Hugen, Miss Aardsma, or Mr. Wunderly should be able to
help you. On the other hand, even if questions like these never crossed your
mind, Valley students are required to make the acquaintance of at least one of
these people for 45 minutes a day for a year or two. Miss Aardsma, new to
Valley this year, relieved Ms. Schutten of her duties teaching Algebra 1-A. Mr.
LeFebre will fill your head with x's and y's in Algebra 1-B, Algebra I, and
Algebra II. And Mr. Hugen, our authority on Advanced Math and Geometry, is
probably the only person in the world who makes you give ten steps to prove
why two lines are parallel, instead of just, "Because they look parallel." Mr.
Wunderly rounds out the program with General Math.
LEFT: The study of generics has its lighter moments.
BOTTOM LEFT: Science can be more fun when you have a partner like David Aisner.
TOP RIGHT: Robin Talsma explains the various means ofthe relationship between molecules and
BOTTOM RIGHT: Another one of Mr. Hoekstra's lectures.
The Science Department at Valley is taking on a new look
this year. The Chemistry and Biology rooms have been com-
pletely redone with modern equipment and new storage space.
Along with the regular classes, Advanced Biology is being
offered. It is a more detailed and indepth study of biology. This
new addition has given a big boost to the science department
which already includes: Health, Physical and Earth Science for
freshmeng Sophomore Biologyg Chemistry and Physics.
Voca tional Arts
Shop, cooking, sewing, and drafting are the classes that make up voca-
tional arts. These classes give students a chance to get away from "working
their brains" and instead use their hands to develop talents and skills which
may be useful in a future trade. Mrs. Brouwer works with the students in
cooking and sewing, while Mr. Veltkamp trains his pupils in the industrial
arts of shop and drafting. These courses are not only well-liked by the
students, but they also provide a basis for practical living after high school.
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TOP RIGHT: Harry Daglas takes precise measurements to get just the right angle. MIDDLE
LEFT: Vickie Vander Meulen learns the steps to becoming a future homemaker, MIDDLE
RIGHT: Paul Sorenson tries his hand at cooking. BOTTOM LEFT: "Baking a cake as fast as I
can" BOTTOM RIGHT: Shop instructer, Mr. Veltkamp, checks the machinery.
LEFT: Mr, Veltkamp's advise is of-
ten needed and always helpful.
MIDDLE LEFT: Mrs. Brouwer
explains the "do's and don'ts" ul'
pinning a pattern in sewing class.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Melissa Nor-
ton gives a discouraging sigh at her
seemingly endless task.
BOTTOM LEFT: Sanding is an
important part of every woodwork
BOTTOM RIGHT: Stacy Cato
concentrates on sewing a straight
Art is a class that most people think of as "kick-back" and "lots of fun!" Lots of
fun it is, but "kick-back?" Learning to draw, paint, or make pottery is more
involved than most people think. To teach this class, Mr. Oppewaal starts at the
beginning with the basics and works up to the more complicated forms of art that
include more depth and detail. Patience is a main factor to the success of a project,
so Mr. Oppewaal stresses taking your time. If a project does show promise, it is
often placed in the library on display for the student body to admire. The aft classes
do give a challenge, but they are also an enjoyable and interesting learning
TOP RIGHT: Steve Wheeler puts his all into making the best painting ever.
TOP LEFT: David Polley smooths out his clay pot. BOTTOM LEFT: Liz
Kooiman carefully outlines her painting. BOTTOM RIGHT: Phil Mosqueira
shows his talents on the pottery wheel.
Physical Edu ca tion
Physical education is one class that
many students enjoy because it gives
them a chance to get out of the class-
room and use up some stored energy.
The P.E. department changed its program
this year. The freshmen are now required
to take a full year of P.E. I, and sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors are only re-
quired to take one trimester of Advanced
P.E. Sports such as tennis, volleyball, bas-
ketball, softball, square dancing, and
bowling are covered in this course.
TOP LEFT: Freshmen girls learning the basics of basketball. MIDDLE
LEFT: P.E. is not all fun and games. BOTTOM LEFT: Girls P.E. has a
close encounter with a frisbee, ABOVE: An Advanced P,E. student aiming
for a strike.
RIGHT: Mr. Wassenaar reminds the students to keep up with the class work.
BELOW: Room 6 is always busy with business students working on the office machines.
BOTTOM RIGHT:Susan Mulder tries to gain speed on the adding machine by watching
her book and not her hands.
If pre-college classes just aren't your i
style, the business courses at Valley may
be just what you are looking for. VCHS
offers classes like Office Machines, Of-
fice Filing, Record Keeping and Ac-
counting. There were two additions to
the Business Department this year. One
was the adding of an advanced account-
ing class and the other was the adding of
a new teacher, Miss Aardsma. The Busi-
ness Department is always on the upward
climb, and we can really be proud of it.
Besides being useful to the students for research, the library also
serves as a source of enjoyment. When a student has a free period, he
can go to the library to read a magazine or the newspaper, or to watch
a filmstrip. Mrs. Wassenaar, the head librarian, has quite a reputation
for being extremely helpful to the students. Mrs. Reppman, who works
in the library part-time, is also available for assistance. Another addi-
tion to the library's staff this year was Miss Kline, who served as a
tutor during a few periods each day. The library is a vital asset to
everyone at Valley Christian.
TOP RIGHT: Jeannette Kosareff checks out a magazine with Mrs. Wassenaar, our
LEFT: Ranging from Christian Doctrine to "How to Ski", our library has books on
almost every topic you could possibly want.
ABOVE: When it comes time to write term papers, the library comes in very handy.
You could tell the minute you walked in the door of the counseling
office- something was different. There was the familiar, reassuring face of
Ms. Wilkie, but who was the big guy with the bushy beard? Mr. Cole? But he
belongs in English!
Soon Mr. Cole's face became as familiar as Ms. Wilkie's as they teamed up
against the endless tasks confronting a counselor. Once everyone is settled in
the right class at the right time, there are still new students to help adjust, low
grades to check up on, seniors to discuss the future with, and many other
duties that need attention. Then, just as everyone else is beginning to breathe
a little easier because summer is just around the corner, Mr. Cole and Ms.
Wilkie have to buckle down to scheduling for the upcoming year. But no
matter how busy they are, Mr. Cole and Ms. Wilkie are always available to
share both the joys and trials of the students.
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LEFT: Mr. Cole stands ready to lend a hand whenever needed. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Ms. Wilkie struggles to fit required classes into Brian De
Vries' schedule. ABOVE: Wendy Sakodahjulie Stoub, and Lisa Kol-
berg discuss future college plans.
Women 'S Ensemble
TOP RIGHT: The Girls' Ensemble entertains the student body one
morning during chapel. BELOW: Singing at the Spring Concert turned out
to be very successful.
Women's Ensemble is one musical elec-
tive that all who were involved in enjoyed.
For the first time, auditions were held in
order to be a part of this choir. Therefore,
the group was smaller and allowed the girls
to get to know each other really well. Be-
sides being involved in the choral concerts
and providing music for evening services at
many churches, the Women's Ensemble also
had the priviledge of performing at Knott's
Berry Farm during the Christmas season.
Another highlight for the girls was a festival
which they competed in against other choirs
from different schools. They were graded by
professionals and all their hard work paid off
with a great performance. The experience
gained in Women's Ensemble is a helpful
prepratory for future A'cappella Choir.
BACK ROW: Lorene Coontz, Dani Poelstra, Cindy Giske, Heather Hickok, Martha Stolk,julie Brouwer, Susan
Mulder, Bonnie Gritters, Laurie Truckey. MIDDLE ROW: Sandi Van Aalsberg, Debbie Terpstra, joan
Broersma, Cyndie Van Weerthuizen, Gwen Cooke, Nikki Vande Steeg,jayne Van Hofwegen, Kandi Ver Hoef,
Stephanie Hartog. FRONT ROW: Kelli Vos,jolleen Zuider Vaart, Kim Backstrom, Cindy Davis, Brenda De
Boer, Patti De Master, Lisa Struiksma, Alicia Wright, Director Mr. Goedhart.
Concert Ch oz?
TOP ROW: Kim Kiel, Theresa VanderDussen, Bonnie Allen, Dan Van Duyn, john Biedebach, Mike
Vander Ploeg, Lauren Sufferin, Kristen Postma, Carissa Dunn, judy Boerigter, Sandi Dykema. MIDDLE
ROW: Tracy Hallmark, DeAnn Doornbos, Vincent johnson, Gary Doty, Dick Recker, Cheryl Cnossen,
Barb Bootsma, Lisa Vos, Michelle Atkins. FRONT ROW: Doni Rollin, Diane Gritters, Tami Fletcher,
Toni Floyd,julie Stuit, Shelly Fox, Kara lloeksma, Denise Kroez, Director Mr. Goedharr.
A delightful addition to the Music Depart-
ment this year was the Concert Choir under the
direction of Mt. Goedhatt. The students in this
choir not only sing but they also study music
theory. The major part of the class is spent
learning and studying quality choral music.
Concert Choir performed in three major con-
certs and also participated in a festival at Mon-
tebello High School. By attending this class
each performer improved his musical knowl-
edge but most of all experienced the joy of
praising God through music.
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tion from Mr, Goedhart.
ABOVE: Concert Choir performing at New Life Church
during Christmas time.
Did it ever occur to you that singing could be work? Well,
there's at least one person 'who holds this view, and Mr.
Goedhart applies his views vigorously to the members of
A'cappella choir. If you thought A'cappella was a kick back
class, you might change your mind when you heard words
like "a hundred-and-ten percent" and "energy, energy, ener-
gy" flying around. And even if you sing with immense
amounts of energy, Mr. Goedhart still isn't satisfied, because
you have to "show it in your eyes". Keep your chins up,
A'Capella choir, and keep on singing, because your singing
has been an exciting and beautiful part of many concerts and
TOP RIGHT: Getting ready to perform at
a church service for Bethany Christian Re-
MIDDLE RIGHT: Practice makes per-
MIDDLE LEFT: Paul Sorensen, Carhi De
Vries, and jeff Rabideaux, put their all into
BOTTOM RIGHT: A'cappella performs
for Open House Day.
TOP RIGHT: Ncappella guys enjoy talking as much as singing.
TOP LEFT: Mr. Goedharr reviews the music for the benefit of his choir.
The 1981-82 A'Cappella Choir
When someone mentions the Madrigals, one of the first things that
comes to mind is talent. The Madrigals perform at various places,
ranging from different churches in the area, and hospitals, to amuse-
ment parks such as Knott's Berry Farm. They also had the priviledge
this year to go on a five day tour to San Francisco where they sang for
different high schools and churches. The Madrigals really did a great
job of witnessing as they touched the hearts of everyone they per-
TOP LEFT: The Madrigals carol
across the campus grass on their
way to perform at the Christmas
Boutique. TOP RIGHT: The
Madrigals change their tune and
their looks at the Pops Concert.
BACK ROW: Brenda Sybesma, Mike Struiksma, Gary Mulder, Director Mr. Goedhart, jeff Rabideaux, Paul Sorenson, Perry
Krosschell, Ann Abbott. MIDDLE ROW: Kevin Van Otterloo, Terri Andringa, Mary Postma, Kelli Sybesma, Susie Gott, james
Bylsma, FRONT ROW: Loreen Le Febre, Cathi De Vries.
TOP LEFT: A good performance only comes
through many practices. TOP RIGHT: The
group, as well as the audience, enjoys the songs
they sing. MIDDLE: The Madrigals bring the
Christmas message through their songs. LOW-
ER LEFT: The group gives a performance for
chapel of the songs they sang on their tour
along the coast of California.
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In comparison with other parts of the music department,
Handbells is a relatively new program at Valley. The Hand-
bells are enjoyed by both the girls playing them and the
audience listening at a performance. There were many per-
formances this year such as the Pop's Concert, the faculty
and school employees' Christmas party, and various churches
in the area. The clear, silvery sound of the Handbells contri-
butes much to the enrichment of the fine arts in music at
TOP LEFT: Handbell mem-
bers hard at work. TOP
RIGHT: Concentration is a
must for every practice and per-
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Mary Bothof, Tammy Vander Kamp, Yvonne Koopmans, Brenda Schenk, Michelle Overduin,
RIGHT: The marching band awaits their turn in the All-Western Band Review
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The 1981-82 Crusader Band has had a very busy, yet
rewarding year. The beginning of their activities was spent
working on football halftime shows, and showing the pride
of VCI-IS in a few parades. A highlight of the marching
season was the All-Western Band Review. Although rain
forced them to march in the Long Beach Arena, the day was
fun and exciting for all. Concerts filled the schedule for the
rest ofthe year. The band was also invited back to perform at
Band Night at Dodger Stadium. This was a great experience,
and a thrill for all involved. A "thank-you" to the band and
all those involved for a very fine performance this year.
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you, paarum-pa-pum-pum ... "
MIDDLE LEFT: Drum majorette,
M it Angie Lambooy, checks for straight
Aw Band Concert, Mr. Doornbos an-
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BOTTOM LEFT: Practice makes per-
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Ann ual Staff
TOP RIGHT: Editor, Kim Kredit, and Susan Veltman sell pictures at the
Harvest Festival. TOP LEFT: The annual Could not survive without the
hardworking business staff. MIDDLE RIGHT: Taking time out for pizza
during one of the many late work nights. MIDDLE LEFT: Annual Staff
members rush to see the new pictures that have just been printed. RIGHT:
Shelli Sybesma files the new contact sheets.
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' At the end of Building C lies room 30, in which the Annual Staff,
under the direction of Mr. Ron Sjoerdsma, create the book that
captures the memories of the year and holds them forever. The
yearbook staff' s responsibility is to bring the annual together in a
creative way so the pages will be more than just words and pictures,
but will bring back the good times of our high school years. The staff
works hard to reach the many deadlines and requirements. Working
after school and into the evening, they push to get the job done on
time. The staff gets a feeling of accomplishment as they see their hard
work made into pages that will last forever.
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work to make a really good
TOP LEFT: Advisor, Mr.
Sjoerdsma, will do anything to
get the right shot.
BACK ROW: Chris Dekker, Nikki Vander Steeg, Ted De Groot, Brian Scholte, Alleen Klein, Kim Warren. MIDDLE ROW: Sara
Hiemstra, Michelle De Jong, Lisa Hiemstra, Andy Reno, Laurie Truckie, Tonja Veltman, Wendy Vander Vis, Tracy Theisens, Shelli
Sybesma. FRONT ROW: Rachelle Rienstra, Cindy Giske, Assistant Editor Kristi Scholten, Sue Veltman, Laura Vander Molen, and
Editor Kim Kredit.
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TOP RIGHT: The student body crowd
around the mud hole to watch the sopho-
more girls against the freshmen girls in the
tug-of-war. BOTTOM RIGHT: President
Lisa Crellin makes arrangements on the
telephone for one ofthe special assemblies.
BOTTOM LEFT: A very special assembly
was when the school went to see the Acad-
emy Award Winner, "Chariots of Fire" at
the Lakewood Cinema.
Student Council got off to a rough start this year, as all but two members
were new to the task of student government. The year began with the
election of a new president and three new representatives. But once things
got organized their work began. The new group worked hard to put on
different events such as, Homecoming's "Premere Night", the spring "Sweet
Dreams" banquet, Spiritual Emphasis Week, and the two blood drives. The
main goal of this year's Student Council was to keep up with tradition, and
yet bring out new ideas and originality. It was a learning year for these
members as they worked to draw the school together in pride and social
BACK ROW: Advisor Mr, Cole, Laura Vander Molen, Brad Knox. MIDDLE ROW:
Cheryl Cnossen, Ed Kornelje, Alan De Weerd, Alleen Klein, Carol Candilas, Lisa
Kolberg, Patti De Master, Lisa Nyenhuis, Lisa Hiemsta. FRONT ROW: Leanne
Gritters, Cindy Davis, Treasurer Shelece Draper, President Lisa Crellin, Secretary Brenda
Schenk, Darla Wind, Kevin Van Otterloo, Kristen Postma. Not Pictured: Vice President
TOP LEFT: Darla Wind and Brenda Schenk discuss plans for the "Sweet Dreams"
Banquet. BELOW: Brian De Vries donates his blood at the Student Council
sponsored Red Cross Blood Drive. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cindy Davis and Patti De
Master put up the dates for the upcoming sports events.
This year's Gazette Staff was a very hard-
working group. They spent a lot of time outside
of the classroom working and trying to come
up with some new features. An "Agape" page
was added to boost the spiritual atmosphere on
campus. There was also some more participa-
tion from kids outside the Gazette Staff in
student editorials and opinion pages. Also, in
addition to the Gazette editor-in-chief, there
were editors for each specific category. All the
hard work that was put into the Gazette this
year was rewarded with a second place award in
a contest sponsored by the Columbia Press As-
MIDDLE LEFT: Wendy Sakoda concentrates on
TOP RIGHT: Working at paste-up, Mike Allen
prepares the Gazette for the Friday issue.
RIGHT: The editor and her staff get together to
plan the upcoming features in the Gazette.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Randy Reitsma and Brad Al-
gra mimeograph the latest issues.
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TOP LEFT: Advisor, Mrs. Brower, comments onjaner Morris' article. TOP RIGHT:julie Sroub,
editor, makes corrections on the light board. BOTTOM LEFT: jason Reed types a final draft.
BACK ROW: Colleen Wielenga, Ty I-Iogue, Harry Daglas, Brad O'Brian, Greg Hendrickson, Mike
Allen. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Brouwerhleanerre Kosareff,janer Morris, Liz Kooiman, Lisa Recker,
Melissa Mabry, Alisa Zasrrow. FRONT ROW: Shelli Bruinsma,julie Sroub, Wendy Sakoda.
Computer Math Club
Whenever one walks down toward the end of
building "B", it seems that there is always someone
playing on the computers. The Computer Math
Club members spend a lot of time in this room
experimenting and working with the computers.
This club is most famous for the fritters and
doughnuts that are faithfully sold by them every-
day through the kitchen window at break. The
proceeds from these sales, along with help from the
Mother's Club, go toward expanding the math and
computer facilities. This year's major purchases
were a new disk drive, a printer and a color moni-
tor. With the computer age growing, these people
have helped Valley to climb to its potential in the
MIDDLE RIGHT: Brad Knox sits hack and watches the
computer do its job. ABOVE:jim Walhof feeds information
into the computer. UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Le Febre guides his
protege David Walhof through a program.
BACK ROW: Brad Knox, Advisor Mr. Le Febre, David Bom, David Griffinulim WaIhrif,,Iim Taylor, Rick
Hoting, Rich Bollom. KNEELING:john De Vries, Doug Quast.
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Doug Quast, Rev. Knowles. FRONT ROW: David Griffin, Rick Iloring, Rich Bollom, Sherrie Walker.
UPPER LEFT: Rich Bollom concentrates on his next black move,
BELOW: Rick Hoting gives up his noon hour for the daily battle of black and
During lunch period in room 11 one
will find several students sitting and star-
ing in deep thought at a board on the
table, This group of masterminds, spon-
sored by Rev. Knowles with Dave Griffin
as president, make up the Chess Club at
Valley Christian. The members play
matches with neighboring schools. Our
team finished second in the Suburban
League. At the end of the year the cham-
pion is named and his name is displayed
on the permanent plague in the trophy
Although the job of being a cheerleader seems glamorous to
most people, those who have been involved in it will tell you
that there's a lot of behind-the-scene work that goes along with
it. Besides working hard to promote school support and spirit at
games and pep rallies, the girls spend two days a week practicing
after school in addition to the twice-a-week morning practices
throughout the summer. This year the j.V. and varsity cheer-
leading squads were expanded from six to eight girls. Another
change was that the school bought all the uniforms and pom-
pons to cut down on costs, and the cheerleaders will be able to
reuse them each year. Because of the cheerleaders efforts, Valley
was commended on its school spirit.
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TOP: A part of cheerleading is the duty of making signs for the games.
ABOVE: Barb Overgaaw and Susan Veltman lead the crowd in "Goooo
Valley!" UPPER LEFT: "Fire up, VC! Fire up!" ACROSS: The cheerleaders
leading the crowd in one of their favorite cheers.
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Anne Abbott, Melissa Mabry.
TOP: A "storybook" Cheerleading squad! ACROSS: The 1981-1982
Cheerleading squad. ABOVE: The varsity cheerleaders build up spirit
by making a pyramid.
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TOP RIGHT: Laura Westra and Rachelle Rienstra spark up the crowd
during a time-out. TOP LEFT: One of the many jobs of being a
cheerleader is parriciparing in the pep rallies. BOTTOM LEFT: The
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LEFI' Patty Davis giving a big smile as the I.D. march through the parade.
BELOW ID practicing for .1 half time show early in the morning.
One important part of the Crusader
marching band is the Identification
Unit. These six girls are responsible
for leading the band in parades. They
march ahead of the band holding 6
beautiful signs which tell what school
we are from. Along with accompany-
ing the band during parades, the I.D.
girls also perform in selected half-
time shows. Many thanks to these
girls who put forth much time and
effort to represent Valley.
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Kay Vos and Lisa Hiemstra prepare to perform at the All-Western Band
Review. LOWER LEFT: "I am soooo sick of flag!" LOWER RIGHT: The
flag team in action.
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1981-82 flag team in action. LOWER RIGHT: Flag team hits the perfect
pose for the end of early morning practice,
TOP TO BOTTOM: Lori Ressenjeanette Kosareff, Kay Vos, Lisa Kolberg, Lisa Hiemstra, Susie Gort.
The 1981-82 flag team was very unique. The squad
was made up of six seniors. The girls kept very busy
making up routines for football games, practicing, and
marching with the band. Although their schedules
were full, they found time for many fun activities such
going to camp, going out for breakfast, and talking!
The things that happened this year during flag will
never be forgotten. The chocolate cupcakes, the sweat
socks, and the scary ghost stories will be cherished
memories in the hearts of the VCHS flag team of
"Chin up and smile!" was a familiar saying to all of the 1981-
82 drill team members. They were proud of their school and
showed it with an enthusiastic attitude in everything they did.
With Miss Haack as their new advisor, new ideas were picked
up, and a new parade routine was made up. The girls performed
in parades, the All Western Band Review, pep rallies, and half
time shows. They increased in size this year, from last year's
sixteen girls to twenty-six girls. They were also very happy to
change their appearance this year by getting new uniforms,
which gave them a new and better look. Thanks, girls, for
representing our school with spirit and pride.
TOP RIGHT: The end of a perfor-
mance brings waves to the crowd.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Drill team waits
for their turn to perform at the Long
ABOVE: The drill team marches off
with smiles of a good performance.
RIGHT: The drill team performs a
routine to a song from "Chorus Line."
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Meeteren, Tom Staal, lidtlie Whittemore, jeff lfrederickson, Kenny Williams, Kevin Smith, Mike Struiksma, THIRD ROW: Al Gaither, Dan Weaver foithts
Veltkump, Wuntlerly, De liie, Mzinagerilefl' Rahitleaux, Mike Vander Ploeg, Dave Van lissen. FOURTH ROW: Paul Sorensen, Brad Algra, Robert Van Duyn kink
Brakhand, Perry Krosschell, Carl Blake, Brian De Vries, Randy Verhoef. Not Pictured: jake Hiemstra.
At the beginning of their season, the varsity football
team set a goal to reach the playoffs. Unfortunately
they had a few setbacks come their way, like
losing three of their starters to injuries. But this did
not stop the team from reaching their primary objec-
tive. They did a good job of blending inexperienced
players into starting lineups. One thing that the head
coach, Mr. Wunderly, said about this year's team was
that even though they were unemotional, they were
able to generate a lot of excitement. He also said that
overall the year was positive, with a good j.V. team.
The last league game against Ontario Christian was
close, bt Valley pulled it out with a victory, sending
them to the C.I.F. playoffs and fulfilling their main
goal. The first game of the playoffs was against Santa
Monica. The guys easily defeated them with a score of
34-18. The second game of C.I.F. was one that no one
who was there will forget. With rain pouring down,
the game was packed with suspenseg no one ever
seemed to know what was going to happen next. The
game ended with Tehachappi winning 7 to 6
ending the 1981 football season for Valley with a
feeling of accomplishment of a season well played.
1 TOP: Coach Wunderly dis-
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CENTER: Dave Van Essen
going for a tackle.
ACROSS: "Dog pile".
NOT PICTURED Stat Girls Michelle Dejong Brenda Schenk Melissa Norton -'27
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BELOW: jeff Struiksma calls the play. UPPER RIGHT: Tim Sakoda going
for the touchdown. LOWER RIGHT: Definitely a contact sport,
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Mike Kiel, McKenna Brain, Steve Takekoshi, Gary Doty, Gary Overgaauw. THIRD ROW:-jeff Schwieger, Rob
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Randy Bultsma, Doug Schenk, Paul
Snapper, Marty Kirkpatrick, jan Wilson, Tom White, Todd Vander Ham,
Vellema. SECOND ROW: jared Hubbard, Scott Kinguleff Proctor, john
Piersma,-Jeff Struiksma, Kirk Templeman, Stan De Boer, Robert Christensen, Chuck Jernigan, Lance Shipley, Bill
Lewis. FRONT ROW: Troy Van Leeuwen, Derrik Hendrix, Brett Luartes,jim McIlvaine,john Vanderelst, Ed
Korneolje, Dean Kuvelis, Sean Ciesa,-jason Warren, Bill Ballard, Tim Sakoda. NOT SHOWN: Randy Baker,
coachgjim Van Hulzen, asst. coach,
Dave De Vries, asst. coach. League Record: 4-1.
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Angie Lambooy, Vicki Kuvelis, Chris Groot, Kim Backstrom,jeanell Bruinsma, Dena Bothof, Dc-Ann Doornbos, Lori Phillips, jolleen Zuidervaart, Lisa Vos, Arlene Kooistra,
Crellin, La Trice Williams, Diane Gritters, Dianne Wigboldy. Coach Aardsma, Barb Bootsma, Lisa Hanggie, Melissa Miles, Kara lloeksema
Determined to have a championship season, the
girls of Valley's varsity volleyball team started out by
winning the first place trophy in the Artesia Tourna-
ment. But the winning did not stop there. Through
much practice at digging, spiking, setting and serving,
the team also captured first place as the Olympic
League Champions. After falling to Brethren in the
second game of the season, the women Crusaders
chalked up an 11-1 league record. In the second round
of CIF, Valley competed with Calabasis and after
almost three hours of fierce competition, was defeated
by this number two rated team. Coach Mary Schutten
was very pleased with their work, saying, "This was the
best exhibition ever of teamwork by a Valley Volley-
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Sonia Koldenhoven, Carmen Cole, Susan Vanderburg, SECOND ROW: Terri
Dantuma, Cindy De Young, Darlene Kline, BOTTOM: Brenda Sybesma.
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Vandetburg show the excitement and competiveness ofa volleyball match.LOWER
RIGHT: Darlene Kline, and Teri Dantuma demonstrates the teamwork in a double
TOP LEFT: Cindy De Young slams the ball above the rising defender. TOP RIGHT: The team huddles to plan the
last minute strategies. MIDDLE RIGHT: Stat girls Michelle De Jong, Brenda Schenk, Shelli Sybesma. BOTTOM
LEFT: The Valley girls keep on their toes even when they are ahead.
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dents this year. The size of the team
doubled from last year's with 12 girls
and 15 guys coming out to participate.
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improved with everyone giving it all
he had. For the first year, the girls'
cross-country team ran three miles in-
stead of the usual two. The girls
weren't too happy with this change at
first, but, in spite of the longer dis-
tance, they worked hard and made it
to the finish line. Cross-country was
more than just running as one cross-
country member commented, "Even
though the practices and races were
painful, the friendships that we got
out of it made it all worthwhile."
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johnson. FRONT ROW: Billy Keller, Ed Keller, jeff King, Lance Ryan, jim Auman, Alan De Weerd, Mike Evans,
LEAGUE RECORD: 1-5 LEAGUE STANDING: 4th place.
BACK ROW: Becky Sponaugle, Lauren Suffrin, Chris Dekker, Nancy Vander Elst, Coach Sjoerclsma, Bonnie Gritters, Sara
Hiemstra, Patti De Master, BOTTOM ROW: Kristi Scholten, Charlene Dekker, Dava Miller, Gloria Meneses, Cindy Davis.
LEAGUE RECORD: 3-3 LEAGUE STANDING: 4th place.
ABOVE: Coach Sjoerdsma encourages Scott
Enserink on, as he starts the last lap of the race.
TOP LEFT: The lonely life of a cross-country
MIDDLE LEFT: The coach gives words of
wisdom before the race.
Work and dedication are what it
takes to make the soccer team, and
these guys have it. The year was
one of building since the team had
many members new to the squad,
including four freshman. It was an
up and down year as far as winning
games was concerned, but each
game proved itself a winning ef-
fort. There were some bright mo-
ments in the season such as their
win over L.A. Baptist and the tie
with Ontario as both games fin-
ished off in the CIF Champion-
ships. This proved that the skill was
really there. Along with team effort
came individual effort as shown by
jerry Versteeg who was chosen for
the All CIF Team.
BACK ROW: Coach Wind, jeff Struiksma, Doug Boerigter, Gary Mulder, Steve VanderKamp, Nick Brackband, jerry
Versteeg, Gary Overgaauw, Coach Goedhart. FRONT ROW: Lance Ryan, Tim Angelus, Henry Wind, Brad Juhasz, Darren
I-lesson, Walt Vander Vis, john De Vries, Bob Bishop, Greg Cox.
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TOM LEFT: "Where's the ball . , . ?" ABOVE: Soccer just
woulcln'r be the same without the coaches.
League Record: 5-5-2
Overall Record: 8-6-2
TOP LEFT During, half time the players listen to Coach Wind. BOTTOM
RIGHT Soccer stat girls Kim Backstrom Cindy Davis, and Kristi Scholten
record the plays of the game BOTTOM LEFT: Bob Bishop goes for a goal
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Dick Recker, Coach Goedhart. FRONT ROW: Stan De Boer,jeff King, Darren Zonnefeld, Marty Kirkpatrick, David Kim, Ed Kornelje, Chuck Jernigan,
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BACK ROVV: Coach Feddes,-lake lleimstra, Carl Blake, Ed De Boer, Mike Keil, Danny Van Duyn. MIDDLE
ROW: David Hom, Frank Visvikis, Brad Knox, Andy Sihle, FRONT ROW: Tim Sakoda, Rick Hotingjeff
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johnic Clemcnsulimmy Auman, FRONT ROW: George Vander Witte, Corey Bouma,jared Hubbard, Scott
De Leeuw, Alden French.
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UPPER LEFT: Mike Kell reaches to tip the ball to a
team-mate. UPPER RIGHT: Lined up for a free throw.
ABOVE: Number ten jumping high for an easy lay up.
Guys Wzrsjty Basketball
After opening pre-season play with a not-so-impressive 5-4 record, the
guys looked forward to one of the highlights of the year. Christmas night
they headed for LAX. Destination: Lynden, Washington. Goal: beat
Lynden Christian and Lynden Public high schools. In reaching this goal
they pulled off an exciting victory over Lynden Christian, coming back
from a 15 point deficit at half time to win by a comfortable 8 point
margin. The next night they defeated Lynden Public, putting the finishing
touches on the trip. Then the team returned to begin league play full of
confidence. They finished with a league record of9 wins and 3 losses-a
record good enough to put them on second place in the Olympic League
and give them a place in the CIF play-offs. The Crusaders lost in the 2nd
round against Banning who became the 1A CIF Champions. On a more
encouraging note, Lynden Christian went on to win the Washington State
Championships, so even though the Crusaders couldn't be the California
State Champions, they could have been champions in Washington.
TOP RIGHT: Valley vs. Valley? ABOVE: Mike Struiksma gets a big welcome from the
cheerleaders. BOTTOM RIGHT: Dan Koolmees concentrates on his free-throw.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Dan Koolmees, Randy Brower, Scott Enserink, Brian Pollema, Mike
Struiksma, Rob Van Duyn, Randy Reitsma, Brian De Vries, Tony Vandetwaal, Perry Krosschell,
Dennis Vogel. CENTER: Coach De Bie.
61 L.A. Baptist 54
56 Whittier 61
69 Western 57
70 Ontario 36
53 Lutheran 55
81 Brethren 68
69 Western 51
49 L.A. Baptist 56
83 Lutheran 56
75 Ontario 39
65 Whittier 73
73 Brethren 61
93 Aquinas 53
58 Banning 68
TOP LEFT: Mike Struiksma and Dennis Vogel team up to win.
TOP RIGHT: Stat girls, Mary Beth Brown, jill Markus and Robin
Talsma keep a close eye on the game. Not pictured is Dava Miller,
who's busy at the book.
Girls' Wzrsity Basketball
Have you ever looked down through a basketball hoop?
Probably not, unless you are a giant or a C.I.F. Championship
basketball team. Well, there are fourteen Valley girls who have
had that opportunity, and they're not giants. What a way to end
an exciting season. The team began the season with a bang,
winning both the Alta-Loma-Upland Tournament, a first for
Valley, and our own tournament. During Christmas vacation
they traveled quite a distance-1200 miles to Lyriden, Washing-
ton-to collect their next two wins over Lynden Christian and
Lynden Public high schools. Going into play undefeated, they
didn't disappoint anyone as they chalked up an undefeated
league season en route to their tenth consecutive Olympic
League Championship, fa C.l,F. recordj. Tension began to build
as they went into the C.I.F. playoffs as the number one ranked
team. The pressure was really on when they faced St. Mary's, the
school they lost to last year, in the quarter finals. This time
Valley pulled it out, but they almost didn't in the semiafinals.
Happily, one point was all it took to eliminate La Reina and put
Valley in the Long Beach Sports Arena. There they defeated San
Bernadino for the C.I.F. Southern Section I-A Championship.
The next game was hard to lose- two games away from the state
finals in Oakland-but what team can be ashamed of a 27-2
record and a C.I.F. Championship?
TOP ROW Charlene Dekke julie Br :wer Lisa Crelli Coach Dykst a Tamm Van Meete en Ch s G
and Latrice Williams MIDDLE ROW Darla t Klint C ndy DLY Jung BOTTOM ROW Nancy Va le tlst
Terri Dantuma and Kim Warren
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The champions take down the winner's
OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM
LEFT: The stat girls, top to bottom,
Deanna Grow, Kristi Scholten, and
Brenda Schenk working hard, Missing
is Cathy Vander Wal.
TOP LEFT: With great anticipation,
the Crowd and the team wait for the
presentation of the C.I.F. lA Cham-
MIDDLE LEFT: Valley girls hold
tough in their defensive formation.
BOTTOM LEFT: Darlene Kline
crashes the board.
70 Pioneer 51
67 Western Christian 13
84 L.A. Baptist 9
40 Ontario Christian 39
71 Whittier Christian 21
60 Brethren 16
57 Lutheran 30
41 Marshall 44
57 Western Christian 28
56 Whittier Christian 26
63 Ontario Christian 49
53 I..A. Baptist 14
58 Lutheran 40
59 Brethren 25
57 St. Bemerds 40
67 Mojave 52
72 St. Mary's 55
39 La Reina 38
57 San Bernadino 47
46 Mission Viejo 51
RIGHT: 'jump Higher".
BELOW: The team giving an
all out effort to make a basket.
BOTTOM: The team is all
ready for the jump-ball.
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BACK ROW: Coach Veltkamp, Pam Van Diest, Sara Hiemstra, Chris Dekker, Maria Pittman, Martha Stolk, Becky Sorenson. MIDDLE ROW
joleen Zuidervaart, Stacy Cato, 'Juanita Broen, Barb Bootsma, Lisa Hanggie. FRONT ROW: Debbie Terpstra, Mary Bothof,
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Tum Griffin, Kirk Templeman, Gary Overgaauw,jim Mcllvaine, Marty Kirkpatrick, Frank Visikis. FRONT ROW: Randy Bulrsma,
Scan Cicsa, Sfott King.
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Boer,-jeff Srruiksma. MIDDLE ROW: Billy Kellcnjohn Piersmajeff Schweigerhjohn Vander Iilsr, Darren Zonnevclr,
FRONT ROW: Wade I,onghrake,jL-ff Koldenhoven,
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L.A. Lutheran 1
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Whittier Christian 9
L.A. Baptist 11
L.A. Lutheran 0
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Rio Mesa 8
BACK ROW: Qoach Brouwer, Tony Vande, WHL Brad Algmy Randy Brouwer, Randy Reitsma, Perry Krosschell, Mike Struiksma, Coach
Wunderly. MIDDLE ROW: Dave Van I3ssen,jerry Verstecg, Paul Kimball, Gary Vandenberg, Kenny Williams, Oscar Sanchez,jeff Fredrickson.
FRONT ROW: Mike Kline, Dave Brouwer, Ed Keller.
The end of the brick dust road for the 1982 Varsity Baseball team
held several bright promises. The possibility of an Olympic League
championship for the first time in over a decade became a reality on
the strength of highly experienced seniors and promising juniors. The
road beyond league play toward Dodger Stadium and a CIF cham-
pionship was detoured in the quarter-finals by a strong Rio Mesa
team, but reaching that point was a great achievement to end a fine
season. Coach Wunderly commented that "the season was a great
team effort with the most exciting games coming in the lst and 2nd
round of CIF-coming from behind to beat Azusa 8-7 and holding on
to defeat Gladstone 8-7."
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game strategy. MIDDLE LEFT: Three strikes and he'll be out. MIDDLE RIGHT:
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CIF PLAY-OF F S
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After an exciting basketball season, the softball team got
their season going, with Mrs. Dykstra and Greta jones as
coaches. Most of the teams they faced were their equals in
batting and catching skills. After some wins and some losses,
Valley placed third, allowing them to go into C.I.F. play-offs as
a wildcard. Even though the season ended with a first round
, loss, it had to be termed a success.
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TOP ROVV: Dee Ann Doornbos, Nancy Vander lflst, Darlene Kline, Coach Dykstra, Tami Van Meeteren, Dava Miller. Wendy Vander Vis.
FRONT RONV: Charlene Dekker, l.ori De Vries, Terri Dantuma, Chris Groot, Michelle Marselle.
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RIGHT: Mr. Baker giving a word of advice to one of his players.
BELOW: Cindy Cnossen doing her job as a star and showing the ,
ream the results.
TOP ROW: Theresa Vander Dussen, Maria Pittman, April Huffman, Stephanie Hartog, Cheryl Cnossen, Coach Baker, MIDDLE ROW: Dianne Wigbolcly
Chris Dekker, Diane Gritters, Becky Nunez. BOTTOM ROW: -Iolleen Zuidervaart, Rachelle Rienstra, Nikki Vande Steeg, Pam Van Diest,
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BELOW: Eric Hann takes a hand-off in the mile relay from jeff Proctor,
MIDDLE LEFT: The gun sounds and our team is off to a good start.
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Larter, Brad Knox, FRONT ROW: jeff Doombos, Derek Randle, Ed Korneolje, jeff Proctor, Gary Streelman, james De Koekkoek, Coach Van Den Berg.
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Under the coaching of Mr. Veltkamp
and Mr. Van Den Berg, the Boys' Varsity
Track Team started out the season with a
win over Flintridge. Although there were
not many wins after that, three of the
eight team members qualified for CIF:
Greg Hendrickson for shotput, Rob Van
Duyn for long jump, and Gary Mulder
for the triple jump, in which he set a new
school record of 45'W'. In the CIF 1A
Division, Gary placed second and Rob
seventh. Although these Crusader guys
did not place high at the season's end,
their efforts and accomplishments were a
credit to Valley's sports program.
TOP RIGHT: Greg Hendrickson uses all his might to throw the shotput. BOTTOM 13' ,
RIGHT: Al Gaither puts out all his effort to run a good race. BOTTOM LEFT: 'M
Gary Mulder participates in the high jump.
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48 Marshall 63
15 h L.A. Baptist 7 99
61 Lutheran ' G 65
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42 Whittier Christian V 84
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Prrtman Coach Van Den Berg.
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TOP RIGHT: Angie
Lambooy lifts off of the
runway at the long jump
pit. TOP LEFT: LaTrice
Williams competes in the
400 Meter Run at the CIF
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Nikki Richardson, Cindy Davis, Coach Aardsma, Barb Aisner, Mary Bothof, Karen Dykstra, Lauren Suffrin, Carol Candilas. BACK ROW: Becky Sorensen, Angie Lambooy,
Bonnie Gritters, Kristi Scholtemjeanrne Robinson.
"It took awhile to get to get them started, but once they got on
their way, you couldn't stop them!" was the quote Team Manager
Denise Stejskal gave when describing the 1982 Valley Girls' Track
Team. Senior Becky Sponaugle described her experiences as "Awe-
some!" Two new contests, the Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles and
the Girls' Triplejump, were added to the girl's roster of events. As
a first year coach, Miss Aardsma brought nine of her girls to the
CIF 1A Preliminaries to compete in seven out of fifteen events. It
was a season of hard work and rebuilding for the mostly freshmen
and sophomore team which finished with an overall record of three
wins and six losses.
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80 Flintridge 22
52 Brethren 62
60 Marshall 56
26 Ontario 91
52 iIQNiBaptist 65
58Vz LA Lutheran 59V2
102 ' Western 15
55 Whittier 63
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BOTTOM LEFT: Lisa Hanggie receives the hand-off ofthe baton from Angie Lambooy in the
TOP RIGHT: jeff Rabideaux serves to his opponent.
TOP LEFT: Coach Lamen gives winning advice to Dwayne Struiksma.
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A thankless job, chasing little green balls around a green and red
court all afternoon. Why do they do it? Popularity? Did you even
know Valley had a tennis team? The opportunity to play in front of
crowds of people? The other team usually left before the match
was over. Then why? Maybe it's the good feeling you get when you
ace the number one player on your serve, or the satisfaction that
comes from luring your opponent up to the net and then hitting a
perfectly placed lob. Being a new team only in it's second season,
these moments of triumph were few and far between, but the team
hung in there and kept practicing and playing. Sometimes that
takes as much dedication as a championship team.
TOP LEFT: Brad O'Brien hits
MIDDLE RIGHT: The teams
shake hands after a good game,
MIDDLE LEFT: Tim Angelus
intensely watches the ball he
BACK ROW: Carrisa Dunn, Al lten, Sheryl Bakker, john Zeller, Sherrie Walker FRONT ROW: Chuck Jernigan, Coach Don Whitney,
Rob Van Duyn
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Letterman 'S Banquet
Throughout the school year, the guys work hard in our athletic program to make
Valley Christian a school we can be proud of. At the end ofthe year their efforts are
rewarded at the annual Letterman's Banquet. This is a time when coaches, team-
mates and parents can get together and reflect on the sports of the year. The night
started out with a catered dinner. Then came the part that every one waits for, the
presenting of the awards. The Outstanding Senior Athlete Award went to Kenny
Williams and the Scholastic Athlete Award was given to Nick Brackband. It was a
fun night after a year of hard work.
Wunderly talks about the
great season of the Varsity -
Baseball team. BO'I'I'OM if
RIGHT: Brad Algra is pre-
sented the Most Valuable
Player award by Coach
LEFT: Mr. Van Den Berg
congratulates Nick Brack-
band on Being Scholastic
Athlete ofthe Year.
TOP LEFT: Brad Algra,
Mike Struiksma, and Randy
Reirsma award the coaches.
TOP RIGHT: The flag
girls' perform for Mr, Wun-
derly to the music of, "Be
True to Your School."
BOTTOM RIGHT: Perry
Krosschell receives the
Doug Vande Vegte award
from Mr. Wunderly. BOT-
TOM LEFT: jerry Ver-
Steeg is awarded MVP
Most Valuable Player of
soccer by Mr. Wind.
Girls Athletic Banquet
After a great sport season the girls and coaches were treated to a delicious buffet
dinner at the G.A.A. Banquet, attended also by parents, grandparents, and other
Each coach had a chance to talk about hisfher sport, introduce the players, and
hand out the awards and trophies. One of the highlights of the evening was the
announcement of the Scholastic Athlete. This honor went to Kim Warren, who,
while playing in three sports, kept the highest grade point average.
The coaches kept everyone in suspense as to the winner of the Senior Athlete
Award, and what a thrill it was for four seniors to hear each of their names called as
co-winners of this much coveted award. Cindy De Young, Nancy Vanderelst,
Darlene Kline, and Terri Dantuma each received a beautiful trophy. Many of the
girls went home with several trophies and awards and all went home with fond
memories of this special evening.
TOP RIGHT: Ms. Schutten receives "good-bye" hugs from her fellow coaches. TOP LEFT: Mrs.
Dykstra reflects on the season ofthe CIF IA Championship Basketball Team. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Kim Warren is awarded the Scholastic Athlete Award from Mr. Keuning. BOTTOM LEFT: The
Senior Athletes of the year receive their awards,
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TOP RIGHT: Senior Athlete, Cindy DeY0ung, receives her Most Valuable
Player Award for volleyball from Miss Schutten. TOP CENTER: Darlene
Kline receives her Most Valuable Player Award for baseball and her Senior
Athlete Award. TOP LEFT: Miss Schurten presents Terri Danruma with her
Most Valuable Player Award. MIDDLE RIGHT: Nancy Vanderelst receives
her Senior Athlete Award and her Coach's Award from Mrs. Dykstra. MIDDLE
LEFT: The athletes and statistitions of the class of 1982. BOTTOM LEFT:
The audience watches as another athlete is presented with an award.
Scholastic Arts Banquet
TOP LEFT: The President, Brenda
Schenk, conducts the candle lighting
TOP CENTER: Mr. Hugen hands
Becky Gravell her certificate of
MIDDLE: The annual feasting of food.
LOWER RIGHT: Rev. Knowles, a re-
tiring teacher ot' 35 years, gives the clos-
ing speech to the program.
"Using Your Talents" was the theme for the banquet held at First
Baptist Church of Bellflower to honor a big percentage of Valley's
students who had excelled in academics and conduct throughout the year.
The senior class of 1982 was most largely represented with more than fifty
three percent of its members present. Devotions were given by Rev.
Hiemstra, and Mr. Van Woudenburg was the Master of Ceremonies. Four
members of the senior class-julie Stoub, Helen Mathai, Mike Allen, and
Lisa Kolberg-were given the opportunity to give speeches about leader-
ship, service, scholarship, and character and what these things mean to the
graduating class. The induction ceremony for new Honor Society mem-
bers followed and certificates and special awards were presented by Mr.
Keuning and Mr. Hugen. Besides the banquet, the Honor Society mem-
bers were also treated to an enjoyable day on Catalina Island.
TOP RIGHT: Mr, Van Woudcnberg, the master of ceremonies, jokes
about never attending an Honor Society Banquet as a student. LOWER
LEFT: Lisa Kolbcrg gives a speech on service. MIDDLE RIGHT: The
ew inductees recite the oath. LOWER RIGHT: The Honor Book is
once again opened and signed hy each student,
ABOVE:jeanetre Kosarreff, Liz Kool-
man, and Melissa Norton show off their
TOP RIGHT: Kelly Van Kampen
gets uprepped up" for Preppy Day.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Flashy gals dress
up for Clash Day.
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Pam Van Diest modeling a common preppy outfit. LOWER LEFT:
The underclassmen feel the excitement ofthe Powder Puff game.
From Monday, when all the Powder Puff girls turned out
in their jerseys, to Friday, the day of the big game,
everyones attention was focused on football. On the days
in between, the students at Valley showed their school
spirit by dressing up--showing their cool, sophisticated,
and with-it side on Preppy Day, indulging in the more
elegant tastes on Sunday Best Day, "hanging loose" on
Clash Day, and finally wearing the traditional maroon and
TOP RIGHT: During half-time, the j.V. team huddle together to find out the
strategies ofthe next half.
TOP LEFT: Our "beautiful" j,V. cheerleaders.
BOTTOM: The awesome varsity team.
Powder Puff is that one night a year when
girls get to put aside their perfume and make-
up and show everyone what they're made of.
They start getting into shape a few weeks before
the big game and work really hard to become as
tough as possible. The guys also have a great
time by either becoming their coaches and dish-
ing out what they take every day in football
practice or, for the more daring ones, becoming
cheerleaders and cheering their teams on to
victory. This year's game was pretty close, but
the seniors pulled it off with a point lead in the
score to give them the victory. As usual, the
1981-82 Powder Puff game proved to be alot of
fun for not only those who were involved, but
also for those who came to spectate.
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Look! A stack of books walking down the hall.
No, that can't be. It must be some chivalrous
young man who graciously offered to carry the
books of one of his weaker, more fragile feminine
counterparts. But that isn't the case. The over-
loaded book carrier is a girl, with five guys trailing
behind picking up the books that fall and piling
them mercilessly back on top of the stack. Alas,
Chivalry is dead, especially during Twirp Week at
Valley. This is the week when the boys sit back and
relax as the girls stagger under heavy loads of
books, sharpen pencils, buy lunches, opens doors,
and obediently fulfill any other whim of their
mighty lordships. If a girl should ever venture to
disobey one of their lordly commands, she imme-
diately hears the dreaded sentence of doom, "I'm
going to turn you in to Kangaroo Court."
TOP RIGHT: Rachelle Rienstra obediently obeys Brian De Vries'
order to tie his shoes. MIDDLE LEFT: Everybody's getting in-
volved in the Kangaroo Court riot. ABOVE: "Poor Vicki." BOT-
TOM LEFT: "Tell it like ir is!"
Sweet Dreams Banquet
It was a warm, moonlit evening. Couples
were arriving with their matching attire an-
ticipating a night of thrills, excitement and
romance. The music portrayed the theme of
"Sweet Dreams" and the mood was set with
heavenly decor. The highlight ofthe evening
was a performance by the hypnotist, Doug
Rice. The students and the teachers were
enthralled with Mr. Rice's ability to put
those who chose to cooperate in a state of
total relaxation and submission. This year's
Sweet Dreams Banquet was one that no one
who was there will ever forget.
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TOP LEFT: All the sweethearts enjoying the romantic atmosphere. BOTTOM
LEFT: Toddjasper telling his "alien" jokes. ABOVE: Volunteers controlling their
spaceships on their "Mission to Mars."
Teachers, those staid, sedate, learned pedogoguescan, can you
imagine what they were like in high school? At one of the "pep-
piest" pep rallies this year, we caught a glimpse of that teenager still
buried deep within the heart of every teacher. According to rumor,
the morning ofthe girl's basketball game with Ontario, the faculty,
bemoaning the lack of school spirit shown at past games, schemed
to remedy the situation. And remedy it they did! When the students
filed into the chapel that afternoon, they saw faculty members
running up and down the aisles and across the stage, waving their
arms and shouting "VC number one, we are!" The cheerleaders also
did their part to get Valley students "psyched up" for the big games
with more traditional pep rallies.
UPPER RIGHT: The cheerleaders and students are getting ready for the big
game during a pep rally. ABOVE: The teachers organized a really great pep rally
that got the students "hyped up." ACROSS: Dave Brouwer represents his class
during class competition.
Special Assem bljes
This year's special assemblies presented the stu-
dents with Biblical truths in a way that made you
take notice and think about them. An Abe Lincoln
look-alike reminded us how much we have to be
thankful for. At the Moody Institute we saw dem-
onstrations of some intriguing properties of light,
which were parallelled to our relationship with
God. The school saw the movie, "Chariots of Fire",
the thought-provoking story of a Scottish runner
who would not compromise his wholehearted de-
votion to God. Mr. de .Jong played the piano and
sang for us. Through the assemblies, students
learned to grow in their everyday lives.
TOP: At the Lakewood Cinema, the student body viewed an inspiring movie
about Christian decision-making. ABOVE: The Moody Institute of Science
presented the wonders of science from a Christian view point, UPPER RIGHT:
"President Abe Lincoln" came to our school to recreate his inaugural address.
ACROSS: Mr. de jong favored the students by singing some of his favorite
A unique and important part of our school is our Christian faith. That's
why the Tuesday of each week is scheduled a little differently in order to
set aside time for a chapel service. The need for a personal relationship
with jesus Christ was stressed in a variety of chapels ranging from
speakers to singing groups and even to movies. Students were challenged
to really show their faith in everyday living. During the year student
council organized Spiritual Emphasis Week, a time which especially
stressed the spiritual livesof students, with the theme "Dare to Get Close
to God." Through these times of Christian fellowship, students have
received great blessings, and our school was brought closer to the Lord.
TOP RIGHT: Mr. Hugen, the director for our chapel songs, leads the
Student body with a hymn. TOP LEFT: While waiting for the new chapel
seats to arrive, the students make do with what they have, the Hoof.
BOTTOM LEFT: Members of the student body like Brenda Schenk also
get involved in chapel.
TOP LEFT: Mr. dejong gives
us a special chapel of music.
MIDDLE LEFT: The teachers
put on a Christmas Chapel de-
picting Christ's suffering.
LOWER LEFT: Cindy De
Young directs her brother and
the other members ofthe Azusa
MIDDLE RIGHT: Sandy, a
truck driver from Canada,
speaks about the dangers of al-
LOWER RIGHT: Mr. Van
Woudenberg comes back to
visit the students and talks to
them during one of the weekly
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Maintenance is something that is not often thought about, but if
you get down to the nitty-gritty, it's most necessary for a well-run
school system. Our maintenance men, jerry Van Aalsberg, Elmer
Eggink, Dennis Van Aalsberg, and Dick Oldenkamp, did a fantastic
job at giving our school a well-kept look. Under the supervision of
planting flower beds.
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WET N""""""""""' " if
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THE FAMILY CREW: Gary, Mrs. and Mr. Mulder, and Martha.
5... .f 5
fer. Mr. and Mrs. Mulder keep
' busy through the day and after
school their children, Gary and
Martha, come to help finish off the
day's work. When the students are
not in school, the Mulders take the
opportunity to do the bigger jobs
such as waxing floors and cleaning
the lockers. With all the ground
improvements that have been done
at Valley, our janitors are keeping
f f up by maintaining them in perfect
TOP LEFT: Whenever you see the Mulder's equipment, you are reminded of all
their hard work. ABOVE: Martha smiles as she finishes cleaning one of the science
How do students get to school?
Biking, driving, a car, even walk-
ing. But the most used means of
transportation is the good old
school bus. There are nine BCS
school buses on the road every
school day. And with these buses
come the drivers, along with their
superintendent, jerry Van Aals-
berg. These people are relied upon
a great deal. Not only do they start
early on their daily routes to bring
students to and from school,
they're also available when trans-
portation is needed for extra-cur-
ricular activities, such as away
games, field trips, and special out-
ings. We'd like to give a big "thank
you" to them for driving us safely
throughout another year.
B us Drivers
TOP ROW: Mrs. Shipley, Mrs. Hiemsrra, Mrs. Tanis. BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Norlund, Mrs. Adema, Mrs. Van Vegte, Mrs.
Van Munster, Mrs. Grow, Mrs. Winkle, Mr. Van Aalsburg.
ABOVE: The bus drivers chat before making their rounds.
RIGHT: Mrs. Van Winkle gets on her way.
Canteen, Attendance Oftfee, and Bookstore
The canteen is always a busy place at lunch time. Did we see a lot of pushing and
disorderly Conduct this year? Not much since Mrs. Zeller, our new canteen
attendent, took charge. This year the canteen was completely self-supporting and
the junior girls worked dilligently in order to build up the funds needed for the
junior-Senior Banquet. Along with the canteen, Mrs. Zeller took on the Challeng-
ing task of attendance. Another job that many people take for granted is the
bookstore, ran by Mrs. Sjoerdsma. She puts in much of her time sorting out the
books for the new trimester and giving credit for the returned books.
A alfa .. :-
TOP LEFT: Mrs. Sjoerdsma
busily handles the books. TOP
RIGHT: A mass of hungry
tummies. BOTTOM LEFT:
Mrs. Zeller takes care of the
day's delinquents. RIGHT:
Yummy, yummy, yummy in my
tummy, tummy, tummy!
TOP LEFT: Dr. Bootsma the Superin-
TOP RIGHT: Dr. Bootsma will cure
all your illnesses at the typewriter,
MIDDLE LEFT: Mrs. Le Febre takes
the money, that finances our school,
from the tuition box.
BOTTOM RIGHT: It takes a special
person like Mrs. Lougee to keep all the
business papers organized.
Across the hall from the high school's main office, lies the Business Office
which, as its name states, takes care of all the business aspects of the entire
Bellflower School System. Registration, tuition, and other money matters are
taken care of by the office's team of Dr. Bootsma, Mrs. Lougee and Mrs.
LeFebre. This administrative office also handles communications between the
Board and parents and helps provide for the efficiency and smooth running of
our school system.
f Educa tion
With so many decisions to be made for the hundreds of students who
attend the Bellflower Christian School System, there has to be someone to
Come down with the final say. That is where the Board of Education
comes in. Under Mr. Struilcsma's leadership, these men bear the responsi-
bility of handling all the "dirty" work and making sure that the school
keeps the high quality education and overall Christian atmosphere that it
is known and respected for. The wisdom that these men have shown in
their decisions is responsible for the excellent reputation of the Bellflower
Christian School System.
W A L. TOP LEFT: Our prestigious Board Mem-
TOP RIGHT: One ofthe more exciting
jobs of the Board is presenting diplomas to
the smiling kindergarten graduates.
BACK ROW: Richard Cnossen, Gordan Kline, Virgil De Vries, Rev. Clarence Nyenhuis, Doug Van Diest. FRONT ROW:
Tony Templeman, Marvin Struiksma, Arnold Westra, Merwyn Tanis, MISSING: Dick Van Eckhlames Zoeteway, l.es Zwart,
TOP RIGHT: The Christmas Bou-
tique was a big success.
BOTTOM RIGHT: The kids in our
school system always look forward to
the Harvest Festival.
BO'I'I'0M LEFT: Mothers sell "goo-
dies" at the snack shop, located in the
Mothers' Club is an organization of students' mothers who dedicate much of
their spare time to help improve Valley's campus and education. The two main
events which are sponsored by this club are the Harvest Festival, which was a
bigger success this year than any in the past, and the Christmas Boutique, which
brought in double the profit from past ones. With some of this money, new
bench covers were purchased for the high school lunch area. The Mothers Club
also helps out with things in the school kitchen and making hot lunches for the
junior high and elementary schools. With officers Gerry Hemphill, presidentg
Mel Hood, vice president, jane Slegers, secretary, and Joanne Verhoeven,
treasurerg this group of ladies has certainly been an important asset to the
Bellflower Christian Schools.
B usm essm en 'S Associa tion
The Businessmen's Association is a group of volunteers who work together to
raise money to buy various things for the school system which are not included in
the school's regular budget. The sale of turkeys and hams during the Thanksgiving
and Christmas seasons and the Winter Toy Auction brought in more profits this
year than in past years. The Merchants' Auction in the spring also brought in a
good profit. The officers this year are: President Bill Struiksma, Vice President Gary
Vandergrift, Treasurer Don Dykstra, and Secretary Randy Bomgaars.
uffws T53 lf
BOTTOM RIGHT: Discussing business at one of the meetings. TOP LEFT: "Going once, going
twice . .. " TOP RIGHT: A yearly favorite for the Businessmen is the Businessmen's Auction.
BOTTOM LEFT: Businessmen wait for the money to come in at the Businessmen's Auction,
TOP RIGI-IT: Boosters' Club members work the canteen at a football
game. TOP LEFT: To raise money for the Athletic Department, the
Boosters' Club sells merchandise bearing our school logo. BOTTOM
RIGHT: One ofthe big projects ofthe club this year was the refurbishing of
the football bleechers,
f , eta- .
,wifls PH H L"',
A group of men who call themselves
the Boosters' Club, is formed at Valley to
support the Athletic Department at our
school. In order to raise the money need-
ed for this, these fathers work in the
canteen during the football games to sell
refreshments. They also print out the
sports programs and sell ads in these to
raise funds. With this money, the club
sponsors the boys' Lettermens' and girls'
GAA banquets and purchases the tro-
phies fot these. This year they also
bought new track sweats for the boys,
refurbished the football bleachers and
raised the tower above the bleachers
making more room for people to sit.
Along with the Businessmen's Associ-
ation, the Booster's Club bought new
lights for the football stadium which will
be installed during the 82-83 year. The
officers for this club are: President Orval
Marcus, Secretary Ken Williams Sr., and
Treasurer Harold Van Duyn.
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joe and Tracy Koolmees
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Dr. and Mrs. Ralph O'Brien
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112, 126, 144, 145, 156, 160, 161, 78
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jeffrey Anema 52
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Michelle Atkins 63, 97
Rodney Attema 57, 143
jim Auman 63, 132, 137
Kevin Auman 14, 17
Kim Backstrom 58, 96, 135, 129
Heather Baker 14, 18, 38
Sheryl Bakker 52, 99, 155
William Ballard 63, 128
Tracie Baltzer 52, 69
Carole Barr 52
Strachella Batiste 63
john Biedbach 63, 97, 115
Bradley Bishop 63
Robert Bishop 14, 17, 134, 135
Carl Blake 12, 52, 55, 126, 137
Douglas Boerigter 12, 58, 102, 128, 134
135, 147, 176
judy Boerigter 63, 64, 97, 122, 123
Philip Bollom 14, 18, 19, 115
Richard Bollom 52, 114, 115, 151
Renee Bommelje 63
Barbara Bootsma 63, 65, 97, 139, 142
Peter Bos 52
Sabrina Bos 52
Debra Boston 52
Mary Bothof 4, 63, 103, 106, 129, 142,
Corey Couma 63, 137
McKenna Brain 58, 128, 143
Nick Brakband 12, 14, 18, 126, 134,
135, 160, 42, 79
joan Broersma 58, 96, 106, 118
Michelle Brookes 58, 36
David Brouwer 7, 52, 55, 85, 126, 144,
158, 160, 168, 172
julie Brouwer 52, 53, 96, 140, 162
Randall Brouwer 52, 70, 138, 139, 144,
Mary Beth Brown 52 X
jeanell Bruinsma 7, 52, 70, 82, 99, 106,
Shelley Bruinsma 63, 91, 112
Randy Bultsma 58, 128, 143
Roger Byl 14, 18
james Bylsma 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 44, 99,
Linda Caldwell 58, 122, 123
Carol Candilas 58, 111, 152, 153
Sandee Candilas 14, 18, 93
jonathon Carter 63, 137, 149
Kimbirli Carter 63 '
Pamela Castleberry 52
Stacy Cato 58, 89, 142, 39
Carolyn Chavarria 63
Frank Chavez 53
jennifer Cho 63
Robert Christensen 63, 128
Sean Ciesa 63, 128, 143
johnie Clemons 63, 137
Margery Clute 58, 62 A
Marilyn Clute 62, 63, 122, 123
Cheryl Cnossen 64, 97, 111, 122, 123,
Cynthia Cnossen 11, 12, 12, 53, 148
Carmen Cole 53, 56, 99, 130, 167
Alvin Coloma 53, 126
Gwen Cooke 58, 96, 118
Lorene Coontz 53, 96
Greg Cox 64, 134, 135
Dena Crellin 7, 52, 53, 56, 70, 90, 94,
82, 129, 166, 68
Lisa Crellin 14, 19, 40, 50, 110, 111,
140, 162, 163, 168 4
Harry Daglas 14, 19, 88, 113, 126, 154
Teresa Dantuma 14, 19, 40, 45, 130,
131, 99, 140, 141, 162, 163, 147, 68,
Nick Davies 58
Cynthia Davis 53, 54, 96, 111, 119, 132,
133, 135, 152, 153
Patty Davis 58, 119, 68
Wrenette Davis 5, 14, 19, 40
Lori De Bie 7, 53, 147, 152
Brenda De Boer 53, 96, 106, 150
Edward De Boer 58, 128, 137 '
Stanley De Boer 5, 58, 128, 136, 143
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Ted De Groot 14, 19, 50, 99, 108, 109
Michelle De jong 14, 19, 99, 106, 108,
109, 131, 163, 37
Mike De jong 3, 58, 105
Charlene Dekker 6, 53, 99, 106, 133,
140, 147, 162
Chris Dekker 58, 59, 108, 109, 133, 142
james De Koekkoek 64, 149
Charles De Kruyf 14, 19, 40
Marianne De Leeuw 58
Scott De Leeuw 64, 137
Patti De Master 58, 60, 96, 106, 111,
Brian De Vries 53, 70, 126, 139, 170
Cathleen De Vries 14, 20, 98, 99, 100,
101, 168, 35, 36, 46, 34, 38
Doug De Vries 64
john De Vries 14, 20, 114, 115, 134,
Lori De Vries 11, 58, 129
Alan De Weerd 64, 111, 115, 132
Randall De Weerd 14, 20, 40, 42
Donna De Yager 14, 20
Cynthia De Young 14, 20, 40, 41, 44,
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174, 68, 36, 38
Burt Dirkse 53, 87, 99, 37
Cindy Dirkse 57, 58, 103, 106, 118, 39
DeAnn Doornbos 64, 122, 123, 124,
129, 97, 199, 146
jeff Doornbos 64, 115, 149
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Gary Doty 64, 97, 128
Suzanne Dragt 53, 99, 106
Shel'ece Draper 58, 111
Carissa Dunn 64, 97, 115
jewel Duty 59
Marvin Duty 14, 20, 41
Sandra Dykema 64, 97
Karen Dykstra 59, 152
jeff Enserink 59, 136
Scott Brlsetink 11, 12, 13, 53, 132, 133,
Linda Escarzaga 64, 152, 153
Michael Evans 64, 132, 137
Darrell Fey 59, 136, 143
Samuel Fey 53, 70
Tammy Fletcher 53, 97
Toni Floyd 64, 97, 152, 153
julie Fotis 53
Michelle Fox 64, 97
jeffrey Fredrickson 12, 53, 126, 144, 145
Alden French 64, 137
Elbert Gaither 14, 20, 50, 126, 151, 202,
Shannon Garrett 64
Alan George 64
Tracy Gillum 64, 152
Cynthia Giske 53, 106, 109, 96
james Glasner 14, 21, 36
Susanne Gort 14, 21, 16, 99, 100, 101,
106, 115, 120, 121, 124, 170, 35, 33,
46, 47, 38
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Kenneth Gregory 14, 21, 50
Curtis Girepsma 59, 136
David Griffin 53, 114, 115
Thomas Griffin 64, 143
Bonnie Gritters 53, 96, 106, 119, 143,
Diane Gritters 57, 59, 97, 122, 123, 129,
Leanne Gritters 53, 99, 106, 111
Elsa Groen 59, 62, 122, 123, 124
Harold Groen 14, 21
juanita Groen 59, 142
Chris Groot 58, 59, 129, 140, 147, 162,
Deanna Grow 53, 92, 140
Traci Hallmark 64, 97
Carla Hamilton 54
Lisa Hanggie 64, 129, 142, 152, 153
Eric Hann 59, 149, 158
Michael Hannenburg 14, 21
Tammy Harris 54, 94
Stephanie Hartog 64, 96, 106, 148
David Hecox 54
Greg Hendrickson 14, 21, 56, 113, 126,
Derrik Hendrix 65, 128, 37
Gary Henry 54, 99, 106
Darren Hesson 54, 134, 135
Hether Hickok 96
jake Hiemstra 59, 88, 126, 137, 149, 36
Lisa Hiemstra 14, 21, 99, 108, 109, 111,
120, 121, 124, 161, 181, 68, 37
Sara Hiemstra 59, 108, 109, 133, 140,
Tyrone Hill 59, 143
Kara Hoeksema 65, 97, 122, 123, 124,
Victoria Hoekstra 54
Sandi Hoffman 65
john Hogan 54, 132, 133
Ty Hogue 54
Rick Hoting 54, 114, 115, 137
jared Hubbard 65, 128, 137
April Huffman 65, 148
Tishawn Humber 14, 22, 93, 33, 43
joe Hwang 65
Kelli Irving 59
Leslie Irving 14, 22, 43
Albert Iten 65, 155
Todd jasper 65, 128, 149, 171
Dianne jefford 65
Rhonda jefford 14, 22, 40, 33
Bill jernigan 59, 128
Chuck jernigan 64, 65, 128, 136, 155
Paul jernigan 14, 22
Kimberly johnson 54
Lyle johnson 59
Vincent johnson 14, 22, 50, 97, 132
Carla jones 5, 59, 168
Brad juhasz 65, 134, 135, 149
Lisa juhasz 14, 22, 40, 50, 34
Billy Keller 11, 12, 13, 63, 65, 64, 132,
Edward Keller 54, 55, 132, 136, 144,
David Kelley 59
Kim Kiel 65, 97
Michael Kiel 59, 128, 137, 143
David Kim 59, 136
Paul Kimball 54, 55, 126, 144, 160
jeffrey King 59, 132, 136, 168, 37
Scott King 59, 128, 143
Frank Kirkpatrick 65, 128, 136, 143, 149
Michael Klassen 14, 22, 40, 44, 93, 176,
Alleen Klein 54, 99, 109, 111, 106
Darlene Kline 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 23, 44,
40, 41, 99, 106, 130, 140, 141, 147,
158, 162, 163, 39, 69, 43, 37, 146
Michael Kline 54, 144, 160
Bradley Knox 59, 111, 114, 124, 137,
Lisa Kolberg 14, 23, 45, 94, 12
124, 168, 165, 36, 201, 38
jeff Koldenhoven 65, 143
Sonia Koldenhoven 54, 130, 131, 167
Bonnie Kooiman 54, 174
Elizabeth Kooiman 14, 23, 90,
Arlene Kooistra 65, 122, 123, 1
Caroline Kooistra 14, 23
Daniel Koolmees 54, 138, 139
Yvonne Koopmans 65, 67, 103
jeanette Kosareff 14, 23, 93, 99, 113,
45, 120, 121, 124, 161, 166, 3
Eddie Kornelje 65, 111, 128, 1
Ronald Kots 65
Kimberly Kredit 14, 23, 40, 70, 108,
109, 122, 123, 50, 204, 68
Paige Kredit 59, 62, 122, 123, 124
Denise Kroeze 65, 97
Perry Krosschell 14, 23, 41, 44, 45, 99,
100, 101, 126, 139, 138, 144, 161, 160,
35, 36, 79, 34
Dean Kuvelis 65, 128
Vicki Kuvelis 52, 54, 99, 106, 129, 167,
170, 68, 42, 37
Angie Lambooy 57, 60, 119, 129, 152,
judith Laninga 4, 54, 99, 103, 106
Loreen Le Febre 14, 24, 99, 100, 101,
Denise Leggett 60
Bill Lewis 65, 128
Wade Longbrake 60, 143
Brett Luartes 60, 128
Michelle Mabry 54, 56, 99, 69, 37
Melissa Mabry 14, 24, 82, 113, 116, 117,
Sonia Maddox 14, 24
Michael Maler 65
Matthew Mallars 66
Steven Maness 66, 149
jonabett Markovich 14, 24, 40, 50, 99,
jill Markus 54, 122, 123
Michelle Marselle M, 122, 123, 124, 147
Helen Mathai 5, 14, 24, 35, 68
Mishall Mathai 66, 112, 124, 3
jim Mc Ilvaine 60, 128
Gloria Meneses 14, 24, 50, 99, 133, 163,
Kim Mesman 60, 122, 123
Melissa Miles 66, 129, 152
Dava Miller 14, 24, 44, 40, 133,-147,
163, 168, 169, 39, 68, 37
Maureen Miller 57, 60, 122, 123, 124
jerry Millette 60
Shevonn Moore 54
Orlando Morfa 60'
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David Polley 55, 90
Margaret Polley 57, 86, 60, 119
Emily Pollock 60, 118
Kristen Postma 63, 66, 97, 111, 122, 123
Mary Postma 14, 26, 49, 40, 50, 87, 99,
100, 101, 106, 116, 117, 124
Alison Price 55
Brenda Schenk 4, 14, 26, 50, 99, 103,
106, 111, 131, 140, 163, 164, 165, 174
176, 181, 35
Doug Schenk 61, 102, 104, 128, 136,
Melani Schilling 66
Kevin Schlauch 55 .
Brian Scholte 61, 105, 109, 132, 165,
Kristi Scholren 54, 55, 108, 109, 133,
135 140 152 155
jeffrey Schwieger 66, 128,
18 Mandi seuefs 66
Michael Sellers 61
Lance Shipley 61 128
122, 123 ,WT
anet Mulder 57
25, 40, 41,
Gary 135, 143
Steve Pangie 66
Lori Phillips 566111 129
john Piersma 128, 136, 143
David Pittmani55, 131
Maria Pittman 60, 142, 148, 165
Chrystine Poelstra 14, 25, 79
Danette Poelstra 60, 96
Elizabeth Poland 55, 92
Brian Pollema 7, 55, 94, 106, 99, 106,
94, 139, 170, 174, 176
1 1 3, 50
40, 50, 99
160, 161, 171,
Reno 12, 13, 58, 60, 109,
58, 91, 108,
13, 161, 97
David Rose 61
Daniel Rushing 61
Lance Ryan 61, 132, 133, 134, 135, 168
Tim '116 S akoda 61, 128, 137
Wendy Sakoda 14, 26, 14, 112, 38
Oscar Sanchez 55, 144, 145, 200
,Gregory Saviiyer 55
Debra Scgxgstra 61, 168, 165
99, 120, 121, 124,
Denise Seagal 14, 27, 163, 68, --
37, 47 4
Thomas Staal 55, 56, 126,
. Martha Stolk 5, 61, 96, 167
julie Stoub 14, 27, 94, 113, 35, 43, 46,
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Annette Streelman 14, 27, 40, 50, 99
Gary Streelman 66, 149
Dwayne Struiksma 14, 28, 50, 45, 99,
106, 154, 53, 46, 78, 34
jeff Struiksma 66, 128, 134, 135, 143
Lisa Struiksma 55, 96, 176
Michael Struiksma 14, 28, 41, 44, 50,
99, 100, 101, 126, 138, 139, 144, 161,
160, 169, 171, 176, 35, 46, 78, 34
julie Stuit 66, 97
Lauren Suffrin 66, 91, 97, 133, 152
Stephanie Sussoev,66 '
Brenda Sybesma 55, 56, 99, 100, 101,
106, 130, 164
Kelli Sybesma 14, 28, 40, 50, 99, 116,
117, 100, 101, 124, 168, 38
Shelli Sybesma 14, 28, 40, 92, 93, 99,
131, 168, 108, 109, 184
Steve Takekoshi 61, 128
Robin Talsma 55, 87, 99, 84
james Tanis 55, 102, 105
jim Taylor 61, 114
Debbie Tazelaar 66, 89
Dianne Tazelaar 14, 28
Kirk Templeman 66, 128, 137, 143
Debbie Terpstra 66, 91, 96, 129, 142
Tracy Theisens 61, 93, 109
jonathan Thomas 61, 143
Mary Thomas 61
Kim Thompson 61
Greg Topp 14, 28, 99
Laurie Trucky 53, 55, 96, 106, 109, 167,
james Tsapatolis 66
Magda Tsapatolis 14, 28
Sandra Turner 66
Linda Turner 55, 165
Sandra Van Aalsburg 57, 62, 96, 119
Darrel Van Bruggen 56
Nathan Vand De Brake 67, 115
Gary Vandenberg 54, 55, 56, 90, 91, 99,
126, 144, 160, 168
Allyson Vander Broek 56
Susan Vanderburg 52, 56, 70, 99, 130,
Andrew Vander Dussen 14, 29, 132, 33,
Robert Vander Dussen 67, 128
Ronald Vander Dussen 56, 70
Theresa Vander Dussen 62, 97, 148
john Vanderelst 67, 128, 143
Nancy Vanderelst 14, 29, 33, 40, 133,
140, 147, 162, 163, 168, 169, 37, 146
janna Vandergrift 14, 29, 99, 122, 123,
163, 68, 37
Todd Vander Ham 62, 128
Steven Vander Kamp 14, 29, 106, 115,
134, 135, 176, 33, 42
Tamara Vander Kamp 4, 67, 86, 103
jon Vander Maarl 14, 29, 50, 35
Vickie Vander Meulen 14, 29, 88
Laura Vander Molen 14, 29, 50, 99,
109, 111, 168, 68
Cathy Vander Ploeg 67, 140
Michael Vander Ploeg 56, 97, 126
Geraldine Vander Vis 14, 30, 40, 92,
Walter Vander Vis 56, 134, 135
Wendy Vander Vis 56, 109, 130, 131,
Alethea Vander Waal 56
Tony Vanderwaal 14, 30, 139, 144, 160
Cathy Vander Wal 56, 166
Diane Vander Wal 67
Marvin VanderWerf 67
Nikki Vande Steeg 62, 96, 106, 109,
George Vande De Witte 67, 137
Pamela Van Diest 63, 65, 67, 103, 142,
Daniel Van Duyn 62, 97, 137, 143
Robert Van Duyn 7, 55, 56, 99, 126,
139, 42, 37, 151
Christine Van Dyk 62
David Van Dyk 12, 14, 30, 40, 41, 99,
154, 176, 35, 33, 42, 34
David Van Essen 12, 14, 30, 126, 127,
144, 145, 160
Douglas Van Gent 14, 30, -40, 99
Marcia Van Holland 14, 30
Robert Van Heyningen 67, 70
jayne Van Hofwegen 62, 96, 103, 106,
Kelly Van Kampen 67, 166, 199
Gary Van Leeuwen 56
Troy Van Leeuwen 67, 105, 128
Timothy Van Meeteren 14, 30, 45, 126,
Tamara Van Meeteren 56, 92, 99, 140,
147, 158, 162
james Van Munster 56
jill Van Otterloo 60, 62
Kevin Van Otterloo 62, 99, 101, 102,
Cindy Van Weerthuizen 62, 59, 96, 118,
119, 124, 36, 203
Paul Vellema 67, 128
Linda Veltman 56, 92, 99
Susan Veltman 14, 31, 92, 99, 50, 8,
109, 116, 117, 124, 168, 68 ,
Tonja Veltman 14, 31, 99, 108, 109, 68,
Kandi Verhoef 4, 62, 96, 103, 106
Randall Verhoef 12, 55, 56, 126
jerry Versteeg 6, 10, 12, 13, 14, 31, 40,
134, 135, 144, 156, 160, 161
Frank Visvikis 62, 128, 137, 1.43
Dennis Vogel 55, 56, 99, 106, 156
jerry Vogel 14, 31
Kay Vos 11, 12, 13, 14, 31, 120, 121,
124, 161, 35, 33
Kelly Vos 11, 12, 13, 67, 91, 96, 122,
Lisa Vos 64, 67, 122, 123, 129
David Walhof 14, 31, 124
james Walhof 62, 114
Sherrie Walker 67, 155
jason Warren 67, 128
Kimberly Warren 6, 56, 70, 99, 9, 130,
131, 140, 154, 162
Karen Watson 62
Michael Watson 67
Donald Watts 62, 128
Daniel Weaver 12, 14, 31, 50, 82, 99,
126, 154, 170
Gerda Weening 56 I
Laura Westra 62, 118, 168, 169
Craig Wheeler 14, 32
Nancy Wheeler 56, 83, 99
Steven Wheeler 14, 32, 50, 90, 93
Tom White 67, 128
Edward Whittemore 14, 32, 50, 99, 126
Colleen Wielenga 14, 32, 113, 33
Diane Wigboldy 62, 129, 148, 158
Kenneth Williams 13, 14, 32, 50, 126,
144, 158, 160, 169, 33
Lattice Williams 62, 129, 140, 158, 162,
jan Wilson 67, 128
janna Wilson 62, 104
Darla Wind 56, 111, 118
Henry Wind 56, 90, 134, 135
Raymond Wind 67, 136, 155
Tammy Woods 14, 32, 44, 33, 43 1
Alicia Wright 62, 96, 122, 123, 68
Marsha Wright 62
Panida Yakaret 62
Grace Yew 56, 99
Anthony Yoakum 67
Alisa Zastrow 56, 113, 116, 117
john Seller 67, 155
Darren Zonnefeld 62, 136, 143, 168
jolleen Zuidervaart 67, 96, 129, 142
Keep ascending the mountain
by daily scattering seeds
of kindness along the way
as best you can,
and, should mists hide
you will reach
sun-tipped heights H
own life experience.
Kim Kredit, Editor
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