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The enthusiasm rubbed off on just about everybody, especially the cheerleaders. They did as much as they could to bring a little spirit into our school. It all started with signs and posters in the hallways.
The first big event of the school year was Homecoming, and with it, Spirit Week. The students did something different every day of the week to show their spirit. Not only did the cheerleaders show enthusiasm, the students did too. They participated in spirit week; and when Kimball played Sidney, they wore war paint to show school spirit.
A few of the teachers wore crazy socks, and some even painted their faces with war
paint. sheila Elrod and Traci Williams
Page 7 text:
Suzanne Meyer. Penny Buddeckc.
and Kenna Brighton arc caught by the camera as they attend the reserve football game against Mitchell.
After rehearsing, members of the band take time out for a mini pep rally during the last few minutes of class.
Miss Shari Lindgren puts war paint on Mrs. Deon Evans as the Longhorns declare war on the Sidney Red Raiders.
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During a visit to a Denver court room on an FBLA Field trip, Ben Jensen is questioned. A mock trial was held, and Ben was acting as the investigating officer.
The pep band gives their first performance as Kimball hosts Morrill in volleyball.
Brian Wilson shows his enthusiasm by playing his drums in the pep band for the Kimball Momll volleyball game.
Cheerleaders Tamara Cook and Kay Danielson hang posters to encourage participation in Homecoming spirit week.
The night before the Homecoming game, varsity football players Mike Loy, Shane Hargreaves, and Scott Hillius are encouraging the students to attend the game against Gordon.
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