Enosburg Falls High School - Echo Yearbook (Enosburg Falls, VT)
- Class of 1980
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1980 volume:
Enosburg Falls High School
Enosburg Falls. Vermonl
Table of Conienls
THE END OB THE BEGINNING
ls this the end or the beginning of our dreams?
Happiness it seems, finds us in between.
There comes a time when we remember through the years -
All the joys and tears when we were young.
I can't help but wonder - where we go from here.
Will we be together or alone?
I can hearthe thunder, ringing in my ear.
Can I face the storm clouds on my own?
HAVE I GBOWN?
lt's not the end but the beginning of our time.
Know we're gonna find -love and peace of mind.
lf we have learned from all the many rights and wrongs.
There's a lot of songs still to be sung.
And there will be no sorrow
When I look back and sigh,
Before we face tomorrow you and l.
Take my hand, together, we'll watch the rising sun,
And know that new beginning has begun.
lt's not the end
but the beginning
of our dreams.
-song lyrics by Bob Williams
School Personnel Mainlain Nealness. Order
Left column, Miss Sinaiko - librarian, Mrs.
Vanslerte - Secretary, Mrs. Soule -
Secretary, Mrs. Patch - Nurse. Middle
column, Chief LaMay - Head Custodian,
Mr. Larivee - Custodian, Mrs. Tatro --
School Matron, Mrs. Lamoureaux, Mrs.
Marcy, Mrs. Fortin, Mrs. Kennison - School
Cooks. Right column, Mr. Lang - Principal,
Mr. Floss - Guidance Counselor.
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Mrs. Tillotson Miss Borgstrum
Mrs. Twing Mrs. Gamble
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Above, Susan Carr concentrates on her
French assignment. Above right, Miss
Lowe's 11 Honors class prepares for a test.
Students are, Karen Marshia, Danny Viens,
Kim Colburn, Mike Kupfer, Terri Messier, Ed
Brouillette, Claudia Woodward, Stacey Duco-
Ion, and Kathleen Larose. Flight, Tony Ovitt
and Mary Pudvah tune in on Miss Ingraham
during a class discussion.
Produced bg English Classes
Each of Miss Lowe's English classes produced an edi-
tion of a newspaper called the "Talk About." This assign-
ment helped her students with their writing skills as well
as being an informative and entertaining source of read-
ing for students and faculty alike. Miss Lowe took her col-
lege prep seniors to the UVM library where they were
exposed to the research materials.
Most English classes were tested on the Basic Compe-
tencies, and of course, term papers were assigned.
French Students Use Knowledge
in Evergdag Situations
French students got a taste of what it was really like
to use the French language in an everyday sort of way.
After learning the necessary basics in the classroom
Mrs. Wasuck put her students to the test by having
them perform skits and doing other various projects.
In May she took her French students to Montreal so
they could be exposed to a place where a large number
of the people speak the French language.
Above, Mrs. Wasuck's eighth grade French
class takes advantage of a sunny day by
playing Red Light!Green Light in French.
Students are, Robins Peters, Sharyn Wright,
Nancy McFarland, Michelle Vaillancourt,
Nicole Parent, Cathy Vorse, Daren Plouff,
Cheryl Sears, and Kevin Depatie. Left, Peter
Stebbins, Shauna Ducolon, and Patty Car-
penter perform a restaurant skit.
Geometrg Precedes Algebra II
This year students began to take Geometry
before attempting Algebra ll. In the past, stu-
dents were enrolled in Algebra II directly after
Algebra I. The change in the course sequence
was brought about so we would have the same
procedures as other high schools in Vermont.
Rightg Flon Larose is caught trying to steal an answer from
Kelly Burns during their eighth grade math course with Mr.
Science Department Awards
Given for Class. Fair Projects
The Science Department carried on its annual Science
Fair. As always it was a great success. It was completed
under the guidance of Nlr. Salmenin, Mr. Duff, and Mr.
Marcotte. Awards were given at the Awards Assembly in
several categories for both class work and work done on
the Science Fair proiects.
Belowg Susan Hayes and Lewis Brown concentrate on one of their many
Chemistry experiments. Bottomg George Hayes sets up the display of his
Physics project for the fair which was held on Parents Night in April.
SCIENCE FAIR AWARDS
Physics ........ .... J anice Domina
Chemistry ..... ........ B ill Leach
Physics .............. Janice Domina
Chemistry . . . .... Terri Messier
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Freshman Geographg Students
Displag Political Cartoons
Miss Brigham's Geography classes
pooled their artistic talent and political
knowledge to design political cartoons
which were displayed outside the library.
IVlr. Brooks is a new member of the
Social Studies department this year. He
replaces Mr. Griffith.
lVlr. Trela, for the second year, took
students to Washington D.C. through the
Close-Up program. lt was designed so
that students all over the country could
visit the nation's capitol to learn more
about the various aspects of our govern-
Top rightg Mr. Brooks, the newest addi
tion to the Social Studies department.
Aboveg Sherry Lamott and Patty Carpen
ter display their cartoons. Rightg Partici
pants in the 1980 Close-Up Program
were Sandy Donna and Danny Viens.
Business Skills Taught for Use in Wide
Varieig of Occupations
Students at EFHS have the advantage
of having an excellent Business depart-
ment. The development of their skills
and knowledge in this department gives
them a greater advantage to continue
their education or go directly into the job
market. These skills are taught by Mrs.
Twing, Mr. DiCristofaro, and Mr. Pesce.
Top leftg Mr. Pesce, our new
accounting teacher, with his wife and
daughter on graduation night. Leftg
Typing I students, Ed Brouillette,
Sara Tibbits, Mike Brouillette, and
Terri Messier, check their scores on a
timed writing. Bottom leftg Carrie
Page uses a calculator to sum up her
debits and credits on her accounting
Student Teacher Added to Home Ec
A student teacher from UVM, Miss Lynch, joined
Mrs. Grandshaw and Miss Tatro as a Home Economics
teacher during the third marking period. Miss Lynch
took over some of Mrs. Grandshaw's classes during
Food's class Munchie and Ice Cream sales, Eighth
Grader's Mending Clinic, papering a house in town,
and Friday Preschool classes were among this year's
Home Ec. projects.
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Top right, Student teacher, Miss Lynch, looks at the drawings made
by preschool students. Middle right, Jon Larose and Mark Breault
hand out diplomas to the preschool graduates. Bottom right, Allyson
Jutras, Carla Brier, and Lori Carpenter model clothes made by Ally-
son and Lori during Clothing fthe intimate apparel modeled by Carla
were made by Allyson for a gentleman friendj, Top left, Wendy
Lamott searches through a pile of carpet samples during Housing
class. Above lettg Lisa Goss and a preschool student oversee the
cooking during their spring picnic,
New Teacher Heads Ind uslrial Arts
Mr. Doyle is the new instructor of the Industrial
Arts courses. He received his B.A. in Industrial Arts
Education from Rhode Island College. Mr. Doyle
enjoys teaching here though he admits the instable
environment of the school makes it difficult for fac-
ulty and students alike. He gets along well with the
students and is very interested in teaching them the
various trades in Industrial Arts.
Courses of study offered include, Power Mechan-
ics - study of small engines and repair, Nlechani'
cal Drawing - introduction of tools and essentials,
design and development of model cars, Architec-
tural Drawing - building of model homes, lndus-
trial Arts Elective - electricity and woodworking.
Above, Mr. Doyle assists Karen Marshia with her
Mechanical Drawing project. Left, Steve Reed
works independently on his diagram.
Ag. Forestrg Skills Used to Bel-ler School
Above: Mr. Daigle, Roger Godin, and
Dana Howard take some measurements
for rebuilding a farm trailer. Right: Judy
Larose participates in Green-Up Day,
which was sponsored by the Ag.!Fores-
try class. Far right: Jeff Kane does some
clean-up after finishing work in the shop.
The Agriculture and Forestry classes
are taught by Mr. Daigle. Besides daily
classroom and workshop hours, the stu-
dents also spent time participating in
competitions with the FFA. The Ag.!For-
estry students also took part in Green-Up
Rightg Timmy Stanhope watches the woodsplitter
during a clean-up job of an old tree on the school
Building Trades Class Works on Local House
Building Trades students were
headed by Mr. Muller in the con-
struction work done on a local
house. The house is located on
Leftg John Carr removes nails from a
board that is no longer needed. The
house at a nearly-completed stage is
Above rightg Danny Burns waits for
someone to grab the other end and Mike
Royea carries away some rocks as Steve
Stimpson passes by. Leftg Mr. Muller
instructs Danny Burns and Dana Jackson
on how to place the boards.
Al-tracts Mang Students
High school students invoived
in PACE, People Acting, Caring,
Experiencing, learned to work
with children by becoming
teacher's aide at the elementary
school. Each student put in an
average of two periods a day to
Above, Tammie Colburn organizes her
students as they get ready to perform a
skit. Right, Nancy Plouff reads over a
worksheet with one of her students.
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P.E. Students Take Part in Presidential
Physical Fitness Program
Below, Cathy Vorse gets set to bat as Mr.
Fischer, Cathy Messier, Alisha Hess, and
Linda Green cheer her on.
r The Physical Education students
took part in the Presidential Physical
Fitness Program, which is part of a
national effort to promote better
health. Mr. Fischer's classes also par-
t ticipated in a wide variety of individual
and team sports. Some of those sports
included Badminton, volleyball, soft-
ball, gymnastics, and floor hockey. On
the Awards Day in May Mr. Fischer
awarded trophies to those students
who showed the most effort and
' enthusiasm for his class. Winners of
this award were Crystal Elwood, Gail
Domina, and Daren Plouff.
Right, Joanne Vaillancourt sets up the volleyball
to be spiked over the net. Left, Mary Breault
serves during a Badminton game.
Enosburg Falls 5
High School Band
Above rightp Sheila joins the band during graduation ceremoniesg
Rightg Randy Messier and horn section.
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High School Chorus
Upper leftg Donna and Clarence harmonizeg Lower leftg Miss Borgstrom helps Shannon and Jeff Above rightg The chorus performs for gradua
Library . . .
The library is enjoyed because it serves a
multitude of purposes. You can research a
term paper, study for one of those many gruel-
ing tests, socialize with friends, play a relaxing
game of chess, skim over a copy of your favor-
ite magazine, or even take a short snooze, if
you can't sleep pick out a novel like Walden
Pond by Thoreau or Moby Dick by Melville.
These are just a few ways that the students
enjoy our library.
Top, Leshia Mayo helps by filling out index cards. Above, '
Kathy Larose concentrates on her studies. Above right, David
Patterson, Rick LaCross, and Sara Tibbits look for an interest-
ing book during the Library's Book Sale. Right, Miss Sinaiko
and Mr. Pesce have alittle chat.
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Belowg Rick Billado searches the racks for a book. Bot-
tom, Tony Ovitt catches up on a reading assignment.
Below right, Melissa Craig, another of Miss Sinaiko's
helpers, files some index cards.
l opened my eyes
And looked up at the rain,
And it dropped in my head
And flowed into my brain,
And all that I hear as I lie in my bed
ls the slishity-slosh of the rain in my head.
l step very softly,
I walk very slow
lcan't do a handstand -
I might overflow,
So pardon the wild crazy thing I iust said
l'm just not the same since there's rain in my head
'f you tell me the wild boar
Has twenty teeth, l'll say, "Why shore."
Or say that he has thirty-three,
That number's quite all right with me.
Or scream that he has ninety-nine,
I'll never say you are lyin'.
For the number of teeth
ln a wild boar's mouth
ls a subject l'm glad
I know nothing about.
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Above right, Mary, Kim, and Sheila make good use of a time
out! Below right, Terri, Kim, and Sheila do their mount cheer.
Below, Squad is entertained by Erynne and Torri before the
game. Advisors, Miss Borgstrom and Miss Spolar, look on.
Above, Erynne leads the squad in a cheer,
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Junior High School Sports
Below, David Couture and Jimmy Larivee receive their awards from
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E.F.l-l.S. sponsors a full sports program for 7th
and 8th grade students, ranging from soccer in
the fall coached by Mr. Tower to softball in the
spring coached by Mr. Fisher and Mrs. Floss.
This winter the Jr. High basketball teams, both
boys and girls, had a very successful season.
The boys entered the finals with a fine record
and snatched the first place trophy, a goal they
had worked hard to achieve.
The girls entered the finals a not so impressive
record, but they left the finals with the 3rd place
trophy. lt was the first time for an Enosburg Jun-
ior High girls team to enter the finals and return
Below, Cathy Messier, Michelle Vallancourt, Sharon Wright,
Nichole Parent, and Kelly Burns receive their awards from
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Coached by James Ross, the
girl's soccer team was unde-
feated in their eight regular sea-
son and two post season games.
Girl's soccer has been played
in Vermont for three years.
Some of the Enosburg team
members have participated all
The game that made the team
Upper right, Kathleen Larose steals
the ball from a Flichford opponent as
teammates Lisa Vaillancourt and
Tammie Colburn run to help. Flight,
Back row, left to right - Rhonda
Gates, manager, Shannon Howrigan,
Marie Smith, Kelly Stone, Tammie
Colburn, Donna Metcalfe, Judy
Larose, Carrie Lumbra, James Ross
- coach. Front row, Sally Marshia,
Kathleen Larose, Joanne Reed,
Sandra Stanhope, Lisa Vaillancourt,
Crystal Elwood, Joanne Vaillancourt,
Stephanie Colburn, Karla Mercy.
Missing - Shelley Reed, Ann Hull -
coach. Lower right, Each year, league
coaches vote for individuals who they
feel show special talent in a particular
sport. The members chosen for the
all star team this year are, from left to
right- Marie Smith, Donna
Metcalfe, Crystal Elwood, Kathleen
Larose. Missing - Shelley Read.
co-champions was played
against Sacred Heart. The New-
port team became an arch rival
last year. This season the two
teams were tied at the end of two
games they played.
Although they would have
liked to be sole champions, the
team was pleased with its co-
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1 Sacred Heart
Regular season record: 7-O-1
Overall record: 8-O-2
Upper left, Crystal Elwood fakes
with the ball as she attempts to
The senior members ofthe team
Rhonda Gates, co-captains -
Carrie Lumbra, Donna Metcalfe,
Tammie Colburn, and Joanne
Vaillancourt. Coach James Rose
is also pictured. Missing: Shelley
Reed, Ann Hull - coach.
Far left, Carrie Lumbra prepares to head
the ball as team members Donna
Metcalfe and Sandra Stanhope look on.
Left, Fullback Marie Smith gets ready to
clear the ball to the forward line.
bypass a Flichford opponent. Left,
are from left to right: manager -
Right: The Hornets in a huddle before a gameg
Below left: Tom Larose takes a corner kickg
Below right: Scott Goodhue battles with a BFA
opponent for possession of the ballg
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Top: Aaron Blouin blocks an opponent's kick, Middle: Cl-ry Senior Co-captains: fl-rj Dennis Sheridan, Clarence Wil-
liams, John Ovitt, Aaron Blouin, Bottom: CI-rl Front row - Larry Gervais, Cory Lumbra, Dennis Sheridan, Scott Goo-
dhue, Floger Berry, Randy Messier, Standing - Shawn La Rose, Scott Bordo, Clarence Williams, John Ovitt, Aaron
Blouin, Scott Mercy, Matt Blouin,
J.V. Girls Are
Coach Paul Plouff led the JV Waves to a fine season in which they
lost only three games.
Right: Tammie Larivee shoots for a basket as a Stowe player waits for the rebound.
Back row, left to right - Crystal Elwood, Linda Stebbins, Sue Kane, Johanne Lague,
Joanne Read. Center row - Lisa Vaillancourt, Kelly Stone, Tammie Larivee. Front row
- Dawn Graves, Lisa Ovitt, Stephanie Colburn, Sally Marshia.
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JV Bogs Take Championship
41 Mount Mansfield 42
47 MVU 49
22 Colchester 12
38 Milton 40
43 BFA CSt. AJ 34
76 Peoples 45
59 Sacred Heart 43
59 Fairfax 62
46 Flichford 44
56 Fairfax 49
82 Peoples 50
52 Stowe 22
48 MVU 43 Tournament
61 Richford 66
59 Winooski 53 Tournament
Carl Stone tries to shoot as a Stowe opponent blocks and Scott Mercy waits to get the
Above, left to right- Larry Gervais, Burton Maynard, Scott Mercy, Carl Stone, Jim Derosia, Randy Messier, Steve Reed, and Glenn
Rightg Judy Larose watches the ball, Swoosh! Belowp Shelley Read taps a
jump ball to Donna Metcalfe as Rhonda Gates and the opponents look
onp Jean Magoon goes for a lay up through some tough defense as Shel-
ley Read holds off another opponent.
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Varsilg Girls Have
Another Great Season
The Enosburg Falls Varsity Girls Basketball team
worked their way to the quarter-final championship game
against Thetford Academy. The Waves fought down to the
wire, but lost by one point when Thetford scored a basket
in the final second.
Kneeling, left to right- Carrie Lumbra, Sandra Stanhope, Nancy Plouff, Shannon l-lowrigan, Standing, left to right - Coach Ann l-lull,
Judy Larose, Kathleen Larose, Karen Marshia, Jeanne Magoon, Donna Metcalfe, Rhonda Gates, Stacey Ducolon, Shelley Read, Coach
Varsity Bogs Improve
Under the guidance of Mr. Fischer, the boys varsity
midseason things began to pick up and they ended the -
year with a strong finish.
Although this year's team did not have the most
impressive record, at 7-9, it was an improvement over Y
last years record when they had only one victory.
basketball team got off to a slow start this year, but by
Upper rightg John Ovitt gets the ff' "'m"""
upper hand as he and a Fairfax
opponent square off on a jump is
ball. Above, Standing, left to right
- Scott Bordo, Clarence Wil-
liams, John Ovitt, Aaron Blouin.
Kneeling: Dennis Sheridan, Scott
Goodhue, Tim Stanhope. Missing:
Andy Kelley. Right, As the oppo-
nent attempts to pass the ball to a
teammate, Aaron Blouin inter- we
E FHS Opponent
13 Mount Mansfield
36 Missiquoi 69
63 Vergennes 70
45 Fairfax 66
54 Milton 42
43 Colchester 59
63 Milton 53
59 Sacred Heart 65
64 Fairfax 54
43 Flichford 44
75 Stowe 52
57 Richford 66
53 Sacred Heart 52
55 Fairfax 56
54 Stowe 49
56 Richford 40
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Leftg Clarence Williams makes a foul
shot as his teammates keep their eye
on the ball. Belowg John Ovitt and
Aaron Blouin, the co-captains of the
Lead Team for Fine Season
Eric Messier returned as the
coach of this year's squad. It
was a successful season which
brought the team to the playoffs.
They lost the final game in 12
Right, Clarence Williams prepares to
make a quick throw to second as a Stowe
opponent attempts to steal. Below, back
row, Jay Nichols, Russ Fortin, Carl Stone,
Scott Mercy, Coach Eric Messier. Middle
row, Scott Goodne, Roger Berry, Larry
Gervais, Daniel Viens, Burton Maynard.
Front row, Tom Larose, Dennis Sheridan,
John Ovitt, Clarence Williams, Aaron.
Right, Senior co-captains John Ovitt and Clarence
7 Sacred Heart
3 Lake Region
2 Blue Mt.
4 Blue Mt.
16 Sacred Heart
1 1 Lake Region
Far Ieftg John Ovitt waits on deck for
his chance to slug one. Leftg Scott
Goodhue takes a breather as the
other team brings the ball in. Belowg
Dennis Sheridan steps into the bat-
ter's box. Bottomg Russ Fortin deliv-
ers a pitch as John takes a lead off
Varsilg Softball Team for 1980 Takes
Division IV State Championship
The Enosburg Varsity Softball Team topped off our excellent season
with an 18-1 victory over Wilmington High School on June 7, 1980.
Sacred Heart 20-1 Away Richford 17-2 Home
R ichford 13-4 Away Stowe 14-2 Away
BFA St. Albans 6-9 Home Lake Region 12-10 Away
Stowe 15-4 Home BFA Fairfax 2-6 Away
Blue Mt. 15-4 Away BFA Fairfax 19-6 Home
Sacred Heart 6-10 Home Lamoille 4-2 Home
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Top, Rhonda poised on first base, Becky on second, Above leftg Car-
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Sheridan, Sandy Stanhope, Joanne Vallincourt, Sheila Boomhower,
Carrie Lumbra, Rhonda Gates, Karla Mercy, Lisa Vallincourt, Sally
Marshia, Evelyn Larose, Becky Stebbins, Coach Ross. Patty Carpen-
ter, Nancy Plouff, Judy Larose, Donna Metcalfe, Shannon Howrigan,
Shelley Read, Kelly Stone, Karen Marshia. Right, Shannon hurls win-
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Topg Donna Metcalfe slugs a triple Above Ieftg 1980 JV
Team Tammy Larivee, Lisa Vallincourt, Val Bedreau,
Sally Marshia, Karla Mercyg Lisa Ovitt, Mindy Hall, Ste-
phanie Colburn, Patty Carpenter. Above rightg Evelyn
watches intentlyg Leftg JV Coach Brooks poses with Co-
Captains Tammy Larivee and Sally Marshia.
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lst place winners
12nd place winners
Flight, Kevin, Andy, Lewis,
and Phillip are engaged in
their games of Chess.
Chess Has Surge in Popularilg
Below left, Mike Kupfer concentrates on his
next move. Below right, Jett Hayes watches
closely his opponents move.
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Future Homemakers of America:
Living. Learning. and Growing
The Future Homemakers of America had an enjoyable year. They
engaged in several activities throughout the year. They attended the
district meeting in October and the state convention in May. Return-
ing from the state convention our local chapter had two state offi-
cers. Pat Ross was elected state parent and Terri Messier was
elected state secretary.
Aboveg Johanie Lague, Deb Perley and Terri Messier
speak to the school on the meaning of F.H.A,
E Leftg Johanne Lague, Nancy Larose, and Nancy Gometz
attend a meeting,
Below Ieftg Advisor Mrs. Grandshaw, Mr. Grandshaw and
son Jesse enjoy themselves at the skating party.
Belowg Pat Ross, the newly elected state parent.
FFA Teams Compete on National Level
Above, William Leach delivers his speech on behalf of the FFA
for Leadership Day.
The Enosburg Falls Chapter of the Future Farmers of
America and Mr. Daigle's Agricultural classes were
involved in various contests throughout the year. Last
year's Milk Judging team of John Ovitt, George Hayes,
Anne Gervais, and Val Garrow, won first place in the state
contest. This enabled the school to compete on a national
The Eastern States Contest was held in Springfield,
Mass. in October. Our competing teams didn't place very
The Milk Juding team went to Kansas City, Missouri in
November. The team ranked 20th in the nation, an
improvement from 27th place acquired by a previous Ver-
The FFA Fruit Sale, a major fund-raiser for the organi-
zation, was held during November. The sale made about
5300. The seller of the most fruit, with about 25 boxes,
was Bill Barnes.
The next set of contests entered was the Barre Farm
Show, in January. The three Enosburg teams that com-
peted areg Milk Judging, Forestry and Conservation, and
Farm Management. The Milk Judging team ranked fourth
in the state, with Larry Gervais sixth highest individual.
The Forestry and Conservation team tied for fifth in the
state, with Louis Russell the fifth highest individual. The
Farm Management team placed second in the state with
Jeff Kane third highest and Bill Leach eighth highest indi-
viduals. Patti Bates competed for Vermont's FFA Queen.
The FFA officers are,
Val Garrow -- President,
William Leach - Vice President,
Anne Gervais - Secretary,
Doris Doane - Treasurer,
Patti Bates - Reporter,
George Elwood - Sentinel.
FFA Invites Historg Classes
lo Pitch in. Green Up
Another ofthe Future Farmers of America's
annual events is Green Up Day. lt is held to help
Chief LaMay do some spring cleaning around the
school. All of Nlr. Daigle's classes were excused
from regular classes to clean up. This year Nlr. Tre-
Ia's History classes were asked to pitch in.
Aboveg Sheila Boomhower, Carlton Ward, Judy Larose, Anne Ger
vais, and Marcel Parent help green up the school grounds. Left
Dean Laplant looks on as Carlton Ward throws in some trash.
Future Business Leaders of America
This year, under the direction of advisor, Mrs.
Joyce Twing, FBLA was one of the most active and
well organized groups in the school.
The FBLA reopened the school bookstore, offer-
ing a wide variety of candy, snacks and school sup-
plies. FBLA made a good profit, even though they
had to help the store account from the previous year
out of debt at the same time.
ln October, the New England Regional Conven-
tion was held in Burlington. Several Enosburg Chap-
ter members attended this meeting where they par-
ticipated in workshops and seminars. The members
also raised funds by selling Tom Wat and Abigail
Martin Kits in November and December. They made
S500 for their efforts.
FBLA also sponsored a Type-A'Thon and door-to-
door candy sales to raise money for their convention
Work Hard to Reach Goals
President- Lori Carpenter
Vice President- Jeff Hayes
Treasurer - Flay Carpenter
Secretary - Becky Stebbins
Below, Shaun Hayes uses his favorite pitch to sell Janice Domlna a
candy bar at the school bookstore.
The Enosburg Chapter of the FBLA will attend the
National Convention in Washington, D.C. in July,
1980. The group will compete in many of the same
events that were sponsored at the State Convention
earlier this year.
Efforts Pag OH' at State Convention
The hard work of the FBLA paid off when mem-
bers attended the State Convention in Burlington in
March. Enosburg competed in many events, but the
real excitement was due to Jeff Hayes and Flay Car-
penter who ran for state offices. Jeff was elected
Northern Regional Vice-President and Flay was
elected State Treasurerg both were chosen by wide
The convention wound up with a banquet and
installation of the new officers. Also, the various
awards from competitions were announced. Enos-
burg won the greatest number of awards of any high
school in the state competing, and the Enosburg
table was by far the rowdiest.
' STATE FBLA AWARDS FOR 1980
8 First Place Awards Winner
3, Typing 1 Judy Barnes
gf c Business Communications Becky Stebbins
1, YI sfstt Extemporaneous
f Speaking Lewis Brown
v r Business Law Shaun Hayes
Economics Shaun Hayes
Second Place Awards
Speaking Jeff Hayes
lVlr. FBLA Jeff Hayes
Business Math Lewis Brown
Third Place Awards
Typing I Geoff Jackson
Public Speaking Carl Bryce
Miss FBLA Mary Parent
Above, Lori Carpenter speaks to
school assembly about FBLA.
The entire chapter, led by Becky Stebbins, won third place in the
Lori Carpenter was recognized as Who's Who in the local chapter
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ready for a sports banquet.
Sponsors Fund Raisers
Bugs Softball Pants
Athletic Association Officers
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Shannon Howrigan . Secretary
Mr. Fischer .,..,, .Treasurer
The AA put on a variety of fundraisers in order to
buy new softball pants for the girls' team. AA mem-
bers sold refreshments at the basketball games as
well as the American Legion Convention which was
held at the high school. They sold shirts, which read
"Enosburg Falls Athletic Association," in their fun-
draising efforts. As in the past, they sponsored the
awards banquets for the fall, winter, and spring
sports. For the basketball banquet there were many
trophies which were purchased by the AA.
Qludenl Council Revitalized
This year the Student Council has been more productive than in the recent years passed.
One of the first orders of business was to elect new officers. The officers are Carrie Lumbra
- President, Mike Kupfer - Vice President, Mary Parent - Secretary, and Carl Bryce -
Treasurer. In November on two successive weekends there were bake sales. A total of S80
was earned through this effort. There was also a slave auction which earned S99 and helped
raise the morale of the students. As is traditionally done, the Student Council sponsored and
organized the Christmas Party. After desserts were served, there was a talent which was won
by Donna Metcalfe, Randy Messier, and Kathy Derby. An obstacle course was also arranged.
On March 25th Mr. Salmenin formally resigned as advisor of the Student Council. Mr. Ross
volunteered to replace him. One of the year's most important protects was about the school's
reputation. There was a meeting called for all students and faculty interested in finding some
solutions to this problem. We also had a publicity blitz to make the townspeople aware of the
vote on the bond issue in May.
Q Above, Karen Marshia and Lori Carpenter
T auction off Shaun Hayes' services while oth-
g ' ers wait to be sold in the Student Council
5 Slave Auction. Left, Tina tells of the Student
Council's accomplishments during an
assembly recognizing National Leadership
Honor Sooielg Has Prod uolive Year
Above, top: Mr. Messier addresses the students as guest
speaker for National Student Leadership Day. Aboveg Jackie
Britch and Patty Bates participate in Costume Day as
Hsightless rodents" Above, right: Janice Domina shows her
school spirit by disguising herself as a nun for Custume Day.
Rightg Shelly Flobtoy, Aaron Blouin, and Nancy Blouin were
inducted into the Honor Society at the Fall Induction of
President: Carl Bryce
Vice-President: Carrie Lurnbra
Treasurer: George Hayes
Secretary: Shelley Read
Focus on School Spirit
The Honor Society was very busy this year. ln spirit, students participated in Hat Day and
October, members sponsored a Walk-A-Thon, Costume Day. The Society observed National
raising S500 to help the Yearbook. The Honor Student Leadership Day with an assembly. Guest
Society then hosted the 1979 Christmas Dance, speaker was Nlr. Messier, principal ofthe
attended by many students. elementary school. Representatives from school
In the spring, the Honor Society sponsored Spirit organizations spoke about their accomplishments
Week, now an annual event. With a lot of school this year.
Left, Tina Hale shows her devilish side on Costume
Day during SpiritWeek. Below, Tina Hale and
Janice Domina check the price of a book at the
Book Fairt Below left, The Christmas Dance
featured Boogie Beast.
Right: Tina Hale works diligently on pages forthe year'
book. Below: Susan Domina, Judy Bushey, and Danny
Viens view and select pictures that have arrived for the
pages ofthe Echo.
Yearbook: Gefling If Togelher
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Ieftg Aaron Blouin stops for lunch during the yearbook
,M ' walk-aathong Below right: Janice Domina enlightens the
.. X school about what goes into a yearbook.
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Female Athlete of the Year - Judy Larose
Male Athlete of the Year - John Ovitt
Best Female Physical Education Students - Gail Domina
Best Male Physical Education Student - Daren Plouff
Accounting I - Gold - Carol Sturgeon
Silver - Donald Cutting
Bronze - Lisa Kennett
Accounting ll - Becky Stebbins
Typing I Speed - Joanne Reed
Typing I Excellent Production - Judy Barnes
Typing ll Speed - Jeffrey Hayes
Typing Il Excellent Production - Carol Sturgeon
Shorthand - Tracie Marshia
Business Law - Shaun Hayes
Eighth Grade - Cathy Vorse
Business Math - Sandra Donna
Outstanding Achievement After Two Years in College Prep. - Nancy Larose
Three Years - Bill Leach
Four Years - Janice Domina
Five Years - Harold Eppley
State Math Award - Harold Eppley
Eighth Grade - Flon Larose
French l - Susan Carr
French ll - Johanne Lague
Joanne Reed Cmost conscienciousj
French III - Shannon Howrigan
French IV - Mary Parent
Karen Marshia Cmost conscienciousj
French V - Harold Eppley
Eighth Grade - Nicole Parent
Ninth Grade - Annette Page
Tenth Grade - Randy Messier
Eleventh Grade - Lisa Kennett
Twelfth Grade - Harold Eppley
All-State Participants - Shiela Boomhower
Most Improved - Randy Messier
Most Outstanding - Becky Stebbins
John Phillip Sousa Band Award - Shiela Boomhower
Most Improved - Andy Hutchison
Most Spirited - Individual - Shawn Larose
Most Spirited Section - CTrumpetsJ
Most Valuable - Donna Metcalfe
Physics - Janice Domina
Chemistry - Bill Leach
IPS - Tammie Larivee
Physics Science Fair Project- Aaron Blouin
Chemistry Science Fair Project- Mike Kupfer
Principal's Award -- Eighth Grade -- Daren Plouff
Ninth Grade - Tammie Larivee
Tenth Grade - Larry Gervais
Eleventh Grade - Mary Parent
Twelfth Grade - Aaron Blouin
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was selected as the 8th grade advisor last year.
Officers: President- Alisha Ross, Vice President
- Danny Stimpson, Secretary - Kelly Burns, Trea-
surer - Cathy Messier, Student Council Represent-
atives - Jim Sanders, Sharyn Wright
Danny Stimpson and Jim Sanders relax in the
library over a game of chess.
Missing: Philip Robtoy, Burton Wedge
Above: Judy Bushey and Susan Domina interview senior, Carrie Lumbra, for their French project.
The Class of 83 spon-
sored several events to
raise money. The money
will be used to put on a
good reception for the
class of 84. Some fund
raisers were a Valen-
tine's Day Dance, and
two Bake Sales.
freshmen, Kim West-
com, Debbie Burnor,
and Debbie Eldred,
enjoy an assembly.
Freshmen Organize Fund Raisers
Class of '83'
Ellen St. Marie
Norman St. Pierre
At the annual Freshman Reception, held this fall, a
king and queen of the class of 1983 was voted on
by the sophomores. Lett: King and Queen, Willie
Maynard and Tammy Larivee are shown with run-
ners-up, James Cofelice and Sherry Lamott.
Freshmen not pictured:
Mary Ann Gaffney
ew Breaks in Qophomores' Busg Schedules
Above: Darlene Stetson, Jackie LaCross, Lisa Couture,
and Heather Ganson talk quietly in the cold lunch room
during their free time.
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Advisor - Miss lngraham
President - Matthew Blouin
Vice President- Roger Berry
Secretary - Doreen Kennison
Treasurer - Linda Stebbins
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Gervais, Hazen Stone, and David
Westcom help clean around the
Class Rings Freshman Reception . . . Term Papers
Biology Tests World History. . . Driver's Ed . . .
Right Gail Domlna and Sara Tibbits look for a book to buy during the
library Book Fair.
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Michael Greenwood, Doreen Kennison, Rick LaCross, and Ronnie Machia.
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The 1980 Junior-Senior Prom was held May 17th at the Armory.
The performing band was "Midnight Cruiser." The Armory was dec-
orated with blue and yellow streamers and a special cake reading
"Class of 80" and each senior's first name was written on the icing,
fthanks Mrs. Rossj. King and Queen were Jon Larose and Shelley
Readg runners-up were Aaron Blouin and Carrie Lumbra.
Upper left: Jeff Hayes, part-time profes-
sional crepe paperhanger, checks his work.
Left: Ray Carpenter is assisted by Mary Par-
ent as he decorates for the Prom.
Juniors not pictured
Right: Danny Viens participates in "Spirit Week" which
was sponsored by Honor Society. Above: Susan Hayes
catches a glimpse of costumed Junior.
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The class of 1980 consisted of
seventy-three graduates. They
joyfully and tearfully marched up
to receive their diplomas on
Wednesday, June fourth. After
hearing the invocation from Rev.
Cheney. The Valedictorian and
Salutatorian addressed the peo-
ple, C. Nicholas Christy was the
guest speaker. Following his
speech, awards and diplomas
were handed out by Mr. Lang,
Mr. Stanley, and Mr. Farnum. Fr.
Duquette then gave the Bene-
diction afterwhich the graduates
Right: Harold Eppley gives his
Valedictorian address, a conver-
sation between an old man and a
young fool. Far right: Mr. Christy
delivers his speech as our guest
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ent Roger Godin with his diploma. Above
right: Our class marshalls, Nancy Plouff
and Marcel Parent. Right: Miss Lowe
helps Brett Garrow with some last-min-
ute preparations. Far right: John Ovitt
exclaims "I told you l'd get out of this
. . or the Beginning
Far left: Becky Stebbins presents Mr.
DiCristofaro with a gift for all the help he
gave us as our advisor this year. Left:
The Salutatorian address is given by
Becky Stebbins. Middle left: Babette
LaBeIIe and Dennis Sheridan take their
last steps before partytime.
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Ward march during the recessional.
Above left: Aaron Blouin relaxes during
the graduation ceremony. Left: Whew!
Geoff Jackson, Lori Carpenter, and
George Hayes are a few graduates that
are glad it's over.
. . my friends and all the good times I had par-
tying with them."
. .graduation and the senior banquet."
.. all those hazy days walking the halls aim-
Iessly in total bliss."
DAN NY BILLADO
. . how to get even with the teachers."
Right: Teacher-student rela-
tionship at EFHS? Mrs. Grand-
shaw and Lori Carpenter
express their opinions.
AARON BLOUIN i
. . the close relationship I
with a very special person."
.. all the fun I had fooling
around my senior year."
.. Donna Metcalfe, Marcel
Parent, and the interior of Mr.
I II Never Forget
. . all the good times I
had my senior year."
". . . struggling with my
math for Mrs. Tillotson and
the Honor Society."
". . .friends."
Left: Jack Goss soaks
up a little spring sun
during a study hall.
". . .Sleezy D."
had between third and fourth
". . . my friends and all the fun we
. . psychology class and soccer."
. . not ever going in the lunch
. . friends."
". .. getting kicked out of
class by Miss Brown."
. . the close relationship
between teachers and stu-
Below: Robert Dudley and his date
enjoy the Christmas dance.
Seniors Enjog Leisure Time
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. . absolutely nothing."
. . all myfriends."
. . my friends."
". . . all my friends."
. . . and Work Time
hanging around with my friends."
the bomb threats and my friends."
the bomb threats."
Below: George Hayes teaches Geometry during Senior Control
just about nothing."
Mr. Pecse's Business
Law classes my senior
meeting different people."
'. . . my friends and the look on Mr. Lang's face
when I told him I went to the clinic."
Right: Lori Fleed works as a
secretary on Senior Control
". .. our fourth period
rap sessions in the
library my senior year
and all the good people
I've met here."
. . my friends and the
good times we had
.. all the good times
with my friends."
". . .friends."
. . senior skip day."
Seniors Take Charge
.. playing chess in the
library and good friends."
". .. the Building Trades
.. the FBLA conven-
practicing for graduation."
the look on Mr Lang s face when I told
. . the look on Mr. Lang's
face when I told him I went
to the clinic."
.. friends, some of the
.. all my friends and all
the good times we had."
Above: Shiela Boomhower, Donna Metcalfe, and Lori Carpen-
ter entertain the seniors during their banquet.
. .friends and partying."
. . Mr. D."
. .the friends I met all during high school."
. . a very special, life-long relationship with a
very special person."
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". . . how friendly everyone is and the way
teachers helped the students."
". . .the different experiences l went through
from grade to grade."
. .friends, teachers, music, sports, Rick
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Below: Marc expresses his enthusiasm for Physics.
. . early mornings."
. . senior skip day and
. . howto make out in
the hall and not get
. . alitheiuniorgirlsf'
". . . sports and Jeff Kane."
". . .boring classes."
. . my friends and the fun we had."
"This One's for You,"
Queen - Shelley Read
King - Jon Larose
Queen - Carrie Lumbra
King - Aaron Blouin
. . friends, teachers,
and senior skip day."
". . . my friends, senior
. . senior skip day,
senior picture party."
Times We Dressed Up
Times We Dressed Down
not muchp just my friends."
Left: Carl Bryce shows his school
spirit and more as a flasher during
friends and picking on a very special
friends and parties."
all the friends l've made."
Seniors not pictured are: James Coe, Darlene
Domina, Linda Peters, and Daniel Randall.
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Tracie. Hot, I guess it's hot, Joanne. Our
class clown, John Ovitt, was reading dif-
ferent books then.
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PIayboy's newest centerfold, Lori Car-
penter. Is that Tuna and Fred?? Way to
cool down Rhonda.
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Top to bottom: "Is that Jeff I see?" asks Shelley.
Braided hair was in then too, huh, Sheila? Did
you get that done at Unisex, Janice?
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Top to bottom: "Let's boogie!" Lori Fleed.
Bartender, another Mellow Yellow for Brett.
Yank those shorts back up, Tammie, you're
belly button is showing.
lop to bottom: Peek-a-boo, Clarence. Just
itching to get out of that chair aren't ya',
George. Excuse me, Miss Domina, but your
diaper is showing. Just back from a senior
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Top to bottom: You're all ready for the
big leagues, Aaron. Smile pretty, Betsey,
mommy is taking your picture. Flub-a-
dub-dub two LaBelles in a tub. "We're
not having spinach again are we?" asks
Cherish Yesterdags . . .
Top to bottom: Wave to the folks, Bob
Martell. Don't be camera-shy, Debbie. Do
they still call you jelly belly, Carl?
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catch a cold. Kickin' up a storm, huh, Rob-
ert. lt's Smilin' Jack Goss.
Top to bottom: Donna Metcalfe flashes her
pearlie whites. Watch that first step, Shelly,
it's a big one. Tawnya wants out!
Class of 1980 Senior Poll
Most Likely To Succeed
Easiest To Get Along With
Most Fun To Be With
University of Vermont Scholarship. . .
Valedictorian Award .............
Salutatorian Award ................
Vermont Asbestos Group Scholarship . . .
Principal's Award ................ G
D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award ....
Balfour Key ................
Ambulence Service Award . .
Enosburg Faculty Award . . .
John T. Gray Award ........
Sterling Trust Award ...............
American Legion Scholarship ..........
Enosburg Falls High School Scholarships . .
. . . . .Harold Eppley
. . . . . . .Harold Eppley
. . . .Rebecca Stebbins
. . . . . .Carl Bryce
. ...Aaron Blouin
. . . . . . .Shaun Hayes
... .Joanne Vaillancourt
. . . . . .Greg Ramsdell
. . . . . .Greg Ramsdell
. . . .Geoffrey Jackson
. . . .Rebecca Stebbins
. . . .Geoffrey Jackson
. . . . . .Janice Domina
. . . .Tammie Colburn
. . . . . .Janice Deane
. . . . . .Shelley Read
... . .Carrie Lumbra
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Basketball 1, 25 FBLA 3, 45 Upward Bound
Soccer 2, 35 Basketball 2-45 Baseball 2, 45
Archery 1, 25 Co-op 4.
Soccer 1-45 Basketball 1-45 AA 1-45 PACE
15 Golf 2, 35 Class Secretary 25 Boys' State
Alternate 35 Baseball 45 Honor Society 45
Yearbook 45 Class President 4.
Drama 1, 25 AA 35 Honor Society 4.
Band 1-45 Chorus 1-4.
Student Council 1-4, Treasurer 45 Boys'
State 35 Honor Society 2-4, President 45
Yearbook 45 FBLA 4.
Drama 15 Basketball 15 AA 1, 25 Soccer 2.
Basketball 1, 25 Chorus 1-45 AA 1, 25 Honor
Society 3, 45 Student Council 45 FBLA 3, 4.
Softball 1, 25 Basketball 1-35 AA 1-45 Soccer
2-45 Drama 15 Yearbook 45 PACE 4.
FFA 15 Honor Society 2-45 Boxing 25 Arch-
Field Hockey 15 Drama 35 Softball 1, 2.
Drama 15 Yearbook 2-4, Business Manager
45 Honor Society 2-45 Girls' State Alternate
35 Student Council 35 Chorus 4.
Drama 15 Boxing 1-45 Co-op 45 Honor Soci-
Band 1-45 FBLA 3, 4.
Soccer 15 Chess Club 1-35 Yearbook 3, 45
Honor Society 3, 45 Boys' State 35 Valedic-
Chorus 1-45 Band 15 FHA 2.
Band 25 Newspaper 35 Boxing 2.
Basketball 1-45 Softball 1-45 AA 3, 45 Soccer
Band 1, Chorus 2, 45 Drama 35 FBLA 3, 45
Honor Society 3, 4.
Student Council 1-35 AA 15 FBLA 2-45 PACE
Upward Bound 2-45 FBLA 3, 4.
Yearbook 2-4, Business Manager 3, Editor
45 Honor Society 2-45 Girls' State Alternate
35 Chorus 45 Student Council 45 Class Sec-
reta ry-Treasurer 4.
Soccer 15 FFA 1, 3, 45 Baseball 25 Honor
Society 2-4, Treasurer 45 Yearbook 45 Class
Vice-President 25 Class Treasurer 15 Golf 3.
Soccer 15 Band 1-35 Honor Society 2-4,
President 35 FBLA 3, 45 Chess Club 2-45
Drama 1-35 Band 1-45 Honor Society 2-45
Chess Club 25 Student Council 35 Chorus 3,
45 FBLA 3, 4.
FFA 1-45 Basketball 15 Student Council 25
Basketball 1, 2.
Basketball Manager 1-35 Student Council 15
FBLA 3, 45 PACE 3, 45 Class President 2, 3.
Basketball 15 AA 2-4.
Soccer 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Baseball 15
Class Marshal 3.
Basketball 1-45 Softball 1-45 Soccer 2-45 AA
1-45 Band 15 Honor Society 2-45 Student
Council 2-4, President 45 Girls' State 35
Yearbook 3, 45 Class Marshal 3.
FHA 15 FBLA 3, 4.
Band 2-45 AA 25 Boxing 2.
Drama 1-45 Cheerleader 1, 25 AA 1, 25
Honor Society 3, 4.
Chess 1, 25 Chorus 2-45 FBLA 35 Newspa-
Band 1-45 AA 1-45 Yearbook 1, 25 Basket-
ball 1-45 Softball 1-45 Soccer 2-45 Chorus 1-
45 Drama 3, 45 Newspaper 15 Class Vice
Basketball 1-45 Soccer 1-45 Baseball 1-45
AA 1, 25 Student Council 1, 25 Band 15
Boys' State Alternate 35 FFA 3, 4.
Soccer 15 FFA 2, 3.
Basketball 1-45 Soccer 2-45 Softball 1-45
FFA 2-45 AA 1-45 Honor Society 2-45 FBLA
45 Student Council 1, 25 Girls' State 35 Class
Vice President 4.
FBLA 3, 4.
Student Council 15 FBLA 3.
Soccer 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Baseball 1, 2,
45 AA 3, 4.
Band 1-45 Softball 1-45 Basketball 25 Drama
15 Chorus 1-45 AA 25 FFA 25 Honor Society
2-45 Girls' State 35 FBLA 45 Class Secretary
Student Council 2.
FFA 45 Soccer 45 Softball 4.
Soccer 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Baseball 1-45
Chorus 3, 4.
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I03 Main Sfreef
Enosburg Falls, Vermonl' 05450
Open: June Isl'
Mon.-Thurs., Sun., Sat
By chance or appoin+men+.
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I49 Main Sfreei'
CARNEY'S ARTUS INC.
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HUTCH ISON'S NU RSERY
AND TREE FARM
B lrersfield Tel. 827-3883
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MACHINERY COMPANY INSURANCE AGENCY
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Enosburg Falls' Nor+h Main, Enosburg Falls,
Vermom 05450 Vermon+ 05450
Tel.933-44:5 T ' 933 477'
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CompIe+e Repair Shop
Foreign and Domes+ic
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Tel, 933-8991 Enosburg Falls, Vermonf
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CHAMPLAIN CHEVROLET INC.
Enosburg Falls, Vermonf
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THE HOWARD BANK
Main Street Tel. 933-4347 Enosburg Falls, Vermonl
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Swanfon Courier-Enosburg Sfandard
HELEN HAYES Richford Journal-S+. Albans
ASSOUATE Gaze'H'e Leader
CIOFFI at MONTCALM 54 Orchard S+. Enosburg Falls,
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BaIrer's Creamed Cheese
DAN GAFFNEY INC.
47If2 Soufh Main Sfreef
Enosburg Falls, Vermon+
Compleie Line of MuI+i-Fuel Furnaces
Vermon+!New Hampshire Dis'Iribu'Ior for
STADLER MULTI FUEL BOILERS
A. BROWN AUTO
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Tires - Fron+ End Service
Appliances - TV's
I58 Main S+., Enosburg Falls, VT
Tel. 933-43 I5
GALEN O. HUTCHISON JR. t
Timber Management Appraisals,
Sales, and Improvemen+
"The Priva'Ie La ndowner's
Armstrong, Anna 74
Armstrong, Valentina 61
Atherton, Garth 60
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 50
Baranick, Jeff 6
, Judy 70, 74
Richard 4, 74
Bates, Patti 52, 64
Berry, Rocky 60
Berry, Roger 38, 64
Billado, Danny 74
Billado, Rick 33, 67
Billado, Tammy 64
Blodgett, Sharon 4
Blouin, Aaron 24, 36, 37, 38,
42, 52, 57, 73, 74, 82, 85
Blouin, Laura 61
Blouin, Matthew 64
Blouin, Nancy 52, 74, 85
Blouin, Noreen 61
BOOGIE BEAST 53
Boomhower, Shiela 26, 47, 74
Bordo, Scott 36, 58, 67
Borgstrom, Kirstin 26
Boucher, Michael 64
Breault, Mark 14, 67, 70
Breault, Mary 19, 61
Brier, Carla 14, 75, 86
Britch, Billy 61
Britch, Jackie 52
Brooks, William 12
Brouillette, Edward 8, 13, 58
Brouillette, Michael 13, 64
Brown, David 61
Brown, Lewis 11, 44, 67
Bryce, Ca ra 61
Bryce, Carl 58, 75, 83, 86
Burnor, Deborah 61, 62
Burns, Brad 61
Burns, Daniel 17, 70, 75
Burns, Kelly 10, 27, 60
Bushey, James 2, 75, 79
Bushey, Judith 58, 61
BUILDING TRADES 17
Carpenter, Glenn 33, 64
Carpenter, Lori 14, 49, 51 , 70,
73, 74, 75, 80, 84, 89
Carpenter, Patricia 9, 12
Carpenter, Ray 67
Carr, John 17
Carr, Susan 8, 58, 61
Cassidy, Michael 61
Chaplin, John 64
Christy, Nicholas 72
Cofelice, James 61 , 63
Colburn, Kim 8, 26, 67
Colburn, Stephanie 28, 61
Colburn, Tammie 18, 28, 29,
75, 85, 89
Collins, Marguerite 61
Collins, Tammy 67
Cosgrove, Terri 67
Cousineau, Mikell 61
Cousineau, Robert 75
Couture, David 27, 60
Couture, Duane 67
Couture, Lisa 64
Couture, Michelle 61
Criag, Melissa 23
Cutting, Donald 67
Daigle, Charles 16
Dash, Brenda 61
Dash, Chris 61
Dash, Merriman 73, 76
Deane, Janice 76, 84
Depatie, Kevin 9, 44, 60
Derby, Kathy 64
Derosia, James 33
Dezotelle, Debbie 62
DiCristofaro, Paul 56, 73
Doane, Doris 64
Domina, Bonnie 64
Domina, Francis 64
Domina, Gail 64, 66
Domina, Janice 42, 48, 52, 53,
57, 76, 85
Domina, Penny 62
Domina, Steven 64
Domina, Susan 61 , 62
Donaghue, Martha 6
Donna, Sandy 12, 67
Doyle, Hank 15
Ducolon, Shauna 9, 62
Ducolon, Stacey 8, 67
Dudley, Lorinda 67
Dudley, Robert 70, 76, 86
Dudley, Timmy 62
Duff, John 57
Duso, Mark 2, 76, 89
EIGHTH GRADE 60
Eldred, Debbie 62
ELEVENTH GRADE 67
Elwood, Crystal 24, 28, 29, 64
Elwood, George 67
Elwood, Rose 62
Elwood, Ricky 62
Eppley, Becky 62
Eppley, Harold 70, 72, 76
Erno, Collene 76
Farnum, Forest 72
Fischer, Joe 19, 58
Fletcher, Susan 60
Fontaine, Debbie 77, 86
Fontaine, Peter 60
Foote, Sheila 62
Fortin, Laurie 45, 77
Fortin, Marion 3
Fortin, Russell 38, 39, 67
Ganson, Heather 64
Garrow, Brett 72, 77, 85
Ga rrow, Valerie 4, 67
Gates, Rhonda 28, 29, 77, 84
Gauvin, Daniel 68
Gauvin, David 64
Gervais, Anne 47, 58
Gervais, Lawrence 33, 38, 64,
Gillis, Jan 50, 77
Gilman, Tammy 60
Gilman, Ted 77
Gleason, Robert 68
Gleason, Steve 27, 60
Godin, Pierre 60
Godin, Roger 16, 72, 77
Gometz, Nancy 64
Goodhue, Scott 36, 37, 38, 39,
Goss, Heather 68
Goss, Jack 75, 78, 86
Goss, Lisa 2, 14, 70, 78
Goss, Timothy 64
GRADUATION 72, 73
Grandshaw, Alan 45
Grandshaw, Debbie 45, 74
Grandshaw, Jessie 45
Graves, Dawn 62
Green, Linda 19, 45, 60
Gregoire, Tawnya 78, 86
Hale, Glenn 78, 84
Hale, Kelley 42, 62
Hale, Tina 42, 51, 53, 78, 84
Hall, Mindy 62
Hayes, George 73, 77, 78, 85
Hayes, Jeffrey 44, 67, 68
Hayes, Shaun 48, 51, 78
Hayes, Susan 11, 68
HOME ECONOMICS 14
HONOR SOCIETY 52
Howard, Dana 16, 79
Howrigan, Shannon 28, 58, 68
Hutchison, Andrew 44, 64
INDUSTRIAL ARTS 15
lngraham, Martha 4, 8
Jackson, Dana 17, 70, 79, 85
Jackson, Geoffrey 73, 79, 84
Judd, Julie 45, 60
JR. HIGH SPORTS 27
Jutras, Allyson 14, 79
Jeff 16, 79
Marc 2, 4, 79, 81
Kelley, Andrew 65
Kelley, Tawnya 65
Kennett, Lisa 68
Kennison, Greta 3
Kittell, Sheila 79, 84
Michael 8, 44, 68
Babette 73, 80, 85
Suzanne 62, 85
LaCross, Jackie 64, 65
LaCross, Rich 22, 68
Ladue, Joseph 62
Lague, Johanne 45, 65
LaMay, Chief 3
Lamore, Elizabeth 4, 80
Sherry 12, 62, 63
Lamott, Wendy 14, 65
Lamoureaux, Lillian 3
Lang, William 3
LANGUAGE ARTS 8
Laplant, Barbara 45, 60
Laplant, Beverly 65
Laplant, Dean 47, 58, 68
Larivee, David 3, 58
Larivee, James 27, 58,60
Larivee, Tam mie 62, 63
Larose, Betsy 80, 85
Larose Evelyn 65
Larose, Jon 14, 37, 70, so, 82
Larose, Judy 16, 28, 47, 58, 68,
Larose, Kathleen 8, 22, 24, 28
Larose, Kathy 22, 68
Larose, Lorraine 2, 80
Larose, Nancy 65
Larose, Ronald 10, 60
Larose, Shawn 65
Larose, Tom 24, 38, 68
Larose, Victor 27
Lawyer, Lee 65
Metcalfe, Donna 24, 28, 29, 80,
81 , 86
Miles, Penny 60
Miller, Mark 68
Monette, Russell 81
Morgan, Lisa 2, 81
Muller, Mr. 17
Myott, Dean 60
Neveu, Candy 63
Nichols, Jay 38, 63, 65
NINTH GRADE 61
Ovitt, Darren 63
Ovitt, Lisa 63
Ovitt, John 24, 36, 37, 38, 39,
72, 81, 84
Page, Annette 63
Page, Carrie 13, 69
Paquette, Anna 66
Paquette, Brenda 69
Paquette, Kathy 63
Paradis, Paul 63
Parent, Marcel 47, 69, 72
Parent, Jo-Ann 63
Parent, Mary 26, 67, 69
Parent, Nichole 9, 27, 58, 60
Patch, Helen 3
Patterson, Allen 69
Patterson, David 22, 66
Patterson, Patty 66
Perley, Deborah 45, 69
Perley, Stephen 60
Pesce, Thomas 13, 22
Peters, Lori 69
Peters, Robert 66
Leach, William 46, 68
Levick, Cindy 62
Lowe, Debbie 72
Lumbra, Carrie 28, 29, 42, 58,
70, 80, 82
Lumbra, Cory 2, 62
Lynch, Ellen 14
Machia, Jackie 62
Machia, Sandy 65
Magoon, Jean 68
Marcy, David 65
Marcy, Mrs. 3
Marshia, Karen 8,15, 51, 68
Marshia, Tracie 80, 84
Marshia, Sally 28, 62
Martell, Robert 81, 86
Maynard, Burton 33, 38, 65
Mayo, Leshia 22, 81
McFarland, Nancy 9, 60
Mahaffey, Frank 4
Mercy, Karla 28, 63
Peters, Robin 9, 60
Phillips, Mark 60
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 19
Plouff, Alan 66
Plouff, Daren 9, 60
Plouff, Nancy 18, 24, 69, 72
Powers, Dale 63
Pudvah, Mary 8, 66
Ramsdell, Greg 82
Read, Shelley 24, 82, 84
Reed, Joanne 28, 66
Reed, Lori 78, 82, 85
Reed, Steven 15, 33, 63
Robtoy, Aaron 66
Robtoy, Darrel 95
Robtoy, Philip 44
Robtoy, Shelly 45, 52, 82, 86
Ross, Alisha 19, 45, 60
Ross, Eyrrin 26
Ross James 3, 28, 29
Ross Mrs. 50
Ross Pat 45
Mercy, Scott 33, 38, 58, 65
,Cathy 19, 27, 45, 60
, Eric 38
, Larry 52
, Michael 81
, Randy 33, 65
Messier, Terri 8, 13, 26, 45, 68
Royea, Michael 17, 79, 82
Rushford, Herbert 82
Rushford, Jamie 60
Rushford, Suzanne 69
Russell, Louis 69
Ryea, Henry 63
St. Marie, Ellen 63
St. Pierre, Norman 63
Salminen, Maurice 4
Salminen, Robert 95
Sanders, James 60
SCHOOL PERSONNEL 3
Sears, Cheryl 9, 60
Sears, Valeri 66
Sheridan, Dennis 36, 38, 39, 42
Sheridan, John 27
Sinaiko, Melinda 3, 22
Smith, Marie 24, 28, 29,69
Soule, Teresa 3
Spolar, Carol 26
SOCIAL STUDIES 12
Stanhope, Sandra 28, 29
Stanhope, Timmy 16, 36, 69
Stanley, Azro 72
Stebbins, Linda 66
Stebbins, Peter 9, 63
Stebbins, Rebecca 73, 83
Stetson, Darlene 64, 66
Stimpson, Daniel 60
Stimpson, Steven 17
Stone, Carl 33, 38, 66
Stone, Hazen 65, 66
Stone, Kelly 28, 63
STUDENT COUNCIL 51
Sturgeon, Allen 63
Sturgeon, Carol 69
Sturgeon, Edward 83
Sweet, David 63
Sweet, Tammy 69
Tatro, Mrs. 3
TENTH GRADE 64
Tibbits, Mary 66
Tibbits, Sarah 13, 22, 66
Tibbits, Wendy 60
Titus, Kathy 90
Vaillancourt, Joanne 19, 28, 29,
Vaillancourt, Lisa 28, 63
Vaillancourt, Michelle 9, 27, 60
Vanslette, Judy 3
Viens, Daniel 8, 12, 38, 68, 69
Vorse, Cathy 9, 19, 58, 60
Wallace, Jay 58, 69
Ward, Carleton 47, 66
Ward, Tammie 73, 83
Westcom, Brian 63
Westcom, David 65, 66
Westcom, Stanley 83
Wetherby, Melinda 66
White, Teresa 66
Williams, Clarence 24, 36, 27,
28, 83, 85
Williams, Joanne 66
Woodward, Claudia 8, 26, 69
Wright, Sharyn 9, 27, 60
Faces of old and faces of new
People we know and people we knew.
Growing together then drifting apart,
Always an ending and now a new start.
At graduation we all grow nearer,
And all of our friends seem so much dearer.
And as we say our final goodbye,
One last embrace and one more cry.
A "keep in touch" and a "promise I will"
A "remember when" but, better still,
A place in my heart you'll always stay,
This is what's said as we go our own way.
- author unknown
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