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CO CO gymnastics season SEVENTH GRADE AND EIGHTH GRADE TEAM was FRONT ROW: Terry Smith, Lori Mazer, Julie Meyer, Alicia Jump, Tammy Smith, Nikki Payne, Julie Perez, Angie Dollar, Coach Mrs. Cloud. NOT P ICTURED: Stacey Johnson and Liz Stevens. NINTH GRADE TEAM was BACK ROW: Teresa Laudeman, Lizzy Smith, Sebrena Weaver, Anne Nelson, Karen Voght, Judy Black, Jenni Snowhite, Ann Zobrosky, Susan Reid, Sheri Rumple, Julie Harris, Elaine Monts. NOT PICTURED: Diane Clay. LEFT: Julie Meyer practices while Alicia Jump looks on. ABOVE: Nikki Payne works on a routine for the uneven bars. " The teams ' strong point is probably the floor exercise, " said Mrs. Cloud, coach of the two girls gymnastics teams. " The teams are weak in the all-around competition, though, " she added. Bad weather during January caused school cancellations and delayed tryouts. Tryouts were not held until February and teams were picked one week before the scheduled first meet. Gymnastics received new equipment this year including: a balance beam, uneven parallel bars, sidehorse, and floor exercise mats. " I think the new equipment is great! " said Julie Harris, a member of the ninth grade team. Stacey Johnson, a seventh and eighth grade member, added, " I like the equipment, but I wish we could ' ve started earlier. " The freshmen team lost Teresa Laudeman, a returning gymnast, when she dislocated her elbow from a fall during tryouts.
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Ensemble, glee club had lots of fun Eighteen pink roses were presented to Miss Jones from the ninth grade ensemble, after ensemble finished singing, " You Need a Little Christmas. " When they presented her with roses, tears flowed down the side of her face. Ensemble had a lot of fun. To pay for their look-alike outfits, they had a car wash in 35 degree weather in back of First Baptist Church. They made quite a bit of money. They also went many places like: The Hostess House for the Exchange Club, First Baptist Church twice (once for Sunday morning, another for a group of ladies), the school programs, Dedication, Christmas and spring concerts, plus a few more. Singing and dancing at each one of them. Miss Jones said, " They have many possibilities. " Glee Club also had lots of fun. They were in the Christmas program and the operetta. " Fortune Teller. " In the Christmas program the girls wore long dresses, guys wore dress pants outfits. With all the different colors of the clothes, lights, and a beautiful sound, it turned out to be a succesful program. Mr. Jackson, their director, liked the operetta because performers got to sing and act at the same time and that was good experience for a person. There was a Choral Festival at Marion High School where glee club and ensemble, along with the three other junior highs, performed. (ABOVE) John Hamm and Mitch Edwards are trying to look like reindeers. (RIGHT) Sheila Stebbens sings a breath taking song of " Where Will You Spend Christmas Eve. "
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