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TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Hryniewicki, seventh grade president, Nancy Rubin, S. B. secre-
tary, Foster Mobley, eighth grade president, Karen Krogstead, S.B. vice-president, Dan Birns, Boys'
League president. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Susan Thomas, S.B. treasurer, Don McCormick,
ninth grade president, Margaret Kelly S. B. president, Doug Birnie , S.B. commissioner of citizenship,
and Robin Taylor , Girls' League president.
Don McCormick, ninth
grade president, Foster
Mobley, eighth grade
president, and Tom
Robin Taylor, Girls'
League president and
Dan Birns, Boys'
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Members of Boys' League and Girls' League cabinets POSS 1'ai1f1111Y for the inevitable
camera. They are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Bob Fisher, seventh representativeg Bill I-Iardison,
Welfareg Dan Beishline, secretary, Craig Rysavy, treasurer, Nelson LaWrence,vice-presidentg
Nancy Satterwhiteireasurerg Nancy Reich, welfare, Kathy Strang, secretary, Robin Taylor,
presidentg Mary Kelley, seventh representative, Susan Currie, vice-president.
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Doug Birme, Student
Body president, first
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Student Body vice- 5
Back row, LEFT to RIGHT: Betty Briskman, Student
Body secretary, Margaret Kelly, vice-president, ' 'W' "
Steve I-lryniewicki, commisioner of citizenship 5
Doug Birnie , president. Front row, LEFT to RIGHT:
Mak Mullin, ninth grade president, Gary McCa.ughan,
Student Council represents students in
all school affairs, While they try to
provide communication between students
and teachers. They pass bills and vote
on matters students have brought to
LEFT to RIGHT: Peggy Fisher, treasurer, Girls'
League 5 Susan Thomas, president, Nancy Rubin,
welfare, Robin Taylor, secretary, Cathy Pappas,
The purpose of the Girls' and Boys'
League is to provide for the promotion of
the ideals of good citizenship, friendli-
ness, and loyalty through service. During
the year the Girls' League sponsors
ninth grade teas, candy sales, dances,
LEFT to RIGHT: Mike Dailwvicenpresident, and the Sth grade Mother-Daughter Tea.
Boys' League, Graig Rysavy, secretary, Mike
The Boys' League sponsors the Father
Mann, president, Bill Best, treasurer. and Son Banquet.
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BACK ROW, left to right: Barbara Fimk, business manager, Mark Heldoorn, Beth Kean, Linda Feltham, Mary
jo Smith, jim Shull. FRONT ROW, left to right: Roberta Wells, Darci LaForce, business manager, Pat Klasky,
editor, Susan Rokaw, co-editor, and Doug Birnie.
The ninth grade ARROW staff
Works hard all year taking
pictures, preparing pages, ar
and-' organizing the annual for
the students of Griffiths .
Under the supervision of Mr .
Adams, Pat Klasky, Susan
Rokaw, and members of the
staff, made the ARROW l
possible this year .
Mary Jo Smith, Roberta Mr. Adams inspects Pat Klasky's
Wells, and Dargi LaF0rCe work while Susan Rokaw and Robert
work hard to meet their first Wells continue their editorial assign-
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