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RED CROSS OFFICERS: Miss Curtis, Sponsor: Steve Elmore, Treasurer: Billy Banks, Vice President: Jack Moore,
Sergeant-at-Arms: and Joan Hardy, Secretary.
Red Cross Serves Community
Red Cross Officers, Miss Curtis and represent-
atives plan a year of intelligent leadership,
fellowship and service to others, One of their
outstanding projects was the trip many Wright
students made to entertain the children at the
Children's Medical Center on February 18th.
At the first of the year Pam Foster, John Hays,
Jan Schuler, Jamie Little, and Ann Heller pre-
sented a program over the intercom system
highlighting the activities of the Junior Red
JUNIOR RED CROSS MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Gerry Glasby, Steve Simmons, Carolyn Heller, Johnny Bayer, Elena
Goldsmith and Lynn Mason, SECOND ROW: Jan Green, Bob Flint, Jenny Day, Steve Elmore, Lauren Steele, Kathy
Goodnight and Steve Blazer. THIRD ROW: Sharon Young, Linda Carnagey, Steve Howe, John Luker, Jim Spence, Joan
Hardy and Pam Foster. FOURTH ROW: Karen Watts: Jamie Little, Donna Hobson, Jack Moore, Billy Banks, Kathy Mor-
man, Freya Conger, and Miss Curtis.
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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Diane Quinlan, Secretaryg lim Taylor, Vice Presidentg Mr, Garner, Sponsor: Ken
Shoemaker, President: Jack Steinmeyer, Treasurerg and Kevin Leonard, Parliamcntarian,
Student Council Members Learn to Be Leaders
Students develop a better understanding of the 1
principles of d em o c r a c y and self-government
through the experience of being a representative of
The Council is composed of one elected rep-
resentative from each homeroom and a few mem-
bers at large.
Each year the Council sponsors the Babies Milk
Fund. For the first time the Council has started
selecting a Boy-and-Girl-of-thc-Month - a cov-
eted honor for any ninth grade student.
Ken Shoemaker and Mr. Garner present approxi-
mately 6,000 cans of milk to representatives of the
Baby Milk Fund Drive.
COUNCIL MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Kevin Leonard, Jim Taylor, Mr, Garner, Diane Quinlan and Jack Steinmeyer,
SECOND ROW: Karen Newman, Diane Davidson,Mary Deisenroth, Jeff Brown, Megan Gore, Chuck Hunt, Kay Wheatley,
Dave Speilman, Duane Brown, Mike Ross, Nancy Exon and Randy Dorsch, THIRD ROW: Bryan Thurmond, Vickie Lan-
dreth, Allison Behle, Randy Grigor, Charles McKee, Dale Ross, David Cockrell, Nevell Jeffress and Kyle Smith,
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JUNIOR CIVITAN OFFICERS: Bob Neerman, Vice Presidentg Carl Ross, Sergeant-at-Arms: Jim Taylor, President: and
Junior Civitan Serves School
composed of eighth and ninth grade boys.
This year the organization processed the Christmas and Valentine mail and distrib-
uted it to the homerooms. To raise money for worthwhile community service or-
ganizations the Junior Civitan sold fruircakes and candy.
The Junior Civitan is sponsored by the Southwest Civitan Club. The membership is
JUNIOR CIVITAN MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Mike Rose, Bill Nation, Gary Beauchamp, Dana Dose and Bill Hender-
son, SECOND ROW: Bob Neerman, Bill Roessler, Roger Ball, Mark Humphrey, Tom Branch and Bob Trusley.
THIRD ROW: Lloyd Samuels, Ricky Grant, Jim Taylor, Chris Cramer, David Baker and Chris Fowler. FOURTH
ROW: Sam Kirk, Kenny Dose, Joe Oates, Ricky Barr, Carl Ross and Bill Holt.
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