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The , 75-'7b yearbook is dedicated to two women who
have given many years of their lives to teaching. This year
they are retiring, and we thank Mrs.E. Wulff and Mrs. K.
Dunn for everything that they have contributed to the student
and the school.
Mr. James Mahoney
Mrs. Mitzie Annis
Mr. Carl Ohlin
Blue House Master
Mr. Stephen Gregorski
Red House Master
Mr. Donald Robinson
White House Master
SCHOOL STORE STAFF
1st Row: Mr. Sunter, Scott Smith, April Baker
2nd Row: Dawn Vasseur, Evelyn Carr, Cheryl Bee Be
3rd Row: Rick Massie, Rick Czarnecki,
Donna Provost , Ed Amos,
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EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOMS
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CLASS OF 1976
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Hear ye, hear ye. Be it known that
this is the Class of '76 will and
We, Angela Hutchins and Janet Torrant leave Mr. Climan in hopes that no one
ever spells his name with a "K" again.
We, Mr. Fletcher's Russian History classes, leave him a life-size poster of
I, Linda Wright, leave Miss Nealon the roll of Life Savers which I won for
taking gym for one entire term without missing it once.
We, Julie Pare and Theresa Polek, leave Mr. Pastore the pleasure of cleaning
We, Patty Valuckas, Mitch Merriam, Debbie Orr and
Sheila Parsons, leave Mr. Citron a Winnie-The-Pooh
and Goranimal collection in hopes that he will learn
to coordinate his clothes.
We, the students on the yearbook, leave Mrs.
Dumais 5 free easy lessons on how to use a camera and
take good candids.
We, Pam Edgerton and Terri Polek, leave Mr. Kiner
Joan Dugas' skiing magazine in hopes that he learns
more from it than she did.
I, Jeanne Marshall, leave Mrs. Chaloux hoping that
her pet rock. Rocky, and my pet rock, Herbie, will meet.
I, Carol Mowrey, leave Miss Skirvan 1 bite of cinnamon
donut in hopes that someday she will break the habit of one
bite per donut.
We, Mrs. Hebert's 4th period study hall, leave her a
life-time supply of Anacin for all the headaches we gave her
while telling us to turn around and stop talking.
I, Jean Viniconis, leave Mr. Madore a book entitled The
Rules of F rench Grammar,so that he won't have to think up
his own anymore.
out his own type cases.
We, Cindy Bourget, Kim and Lori Chisolm, Debbie Reddin
Sharon Childs, Diane Wesley and Connie Davis leave our spot
outside of White House office to any ninth grade students
as it was left to us by past ninth graders.
We, Dawn Crosson and Rita Leonard, leave a huge box
of Kleenex tissues to any future ninth grade girl who
feels left out when she has no guy to walk in the halls with.
We know how it feels.
We, Jackie Baer and Nat
Desroches, leave next year's
ammunition of Shower to Shower,
Head and Shoulders, some wet
towels, and our finale of songs
for after practice.
We, Mr. Kiner's first
semester 6th period class,
leave him a new book entitled
How to Change Your Expression
for all the times he yelled at
us with a straight face.
I, Jill Young, leave to the cafeteria all the rolls, ice cream and peanut
butter cookies which I have eaten in the halls without any teacher catching me.
We, Mr. Andy's homeroom, leave him a giant box of pencils so he'll always
have one to take attendance with.
I, Gail Katilus, leave my brother, David, my intelligence in math which
Mr.Hiersche can vouch for but probably won't.
Mr. Sunter's 6th period class leave him the book. How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying .
We, Mrs. Dumais ' Saturday helpers, Bev Baril, Jeanne Marshall, and Ann
Normand, leave 100 copies of her famous portrait to plaster the English
department walls with.
I, Donna Phelps, leave Mr. LaBreck memories
of my afternoon visits.
I, Lauren Kula, leave Sue Albro the book 2002
Ways to be a_ More Organized Person in hopes that
she will read it and take the hint before she tries
to organize another dance.
We, Miss Ryba's first quarter 20's and 30's
class, leave still wondering if we'll ever see our
We, Carol Mowrey, Sue Evarts, Laurie Dobrowski and Corina Thompson,
leave Mrs. Albano Sue Telesky in hopes that someday she'll slowly drive
We, Laura Jordon and Sue Vandevanter, leave Mr. Bodnar our brilliant
answers in his time of need.
We, Alison La Rochelle and Ann Normand, leave Mr. Charland the words
We, Mr. O'Neil's fifth period class, leave him a broken filmstrip
projector and record player, a cracked record, and a sliced filmstrip.
I, Jackie Baer, leave Mr. Cowles all the excuses which I haven't used
yet for not coming to homeroom.
I, Linda Walsh, leave Mr. Pastore my hat to wear every winter day so he
won't get sick.
We, Ron Devine and Pete Maznicki, leave Mr. Andy with his football team
and hope that someday he'll realize that soccer is #1.
We, Sharon Guyette and Jane Cegeleski, leave Mr. Breither our secret love
We, Denise Kadis, Gil Reynolds, Jackie Baer and Dawn Crossonjleave our
back seats in Mr. Nacewicz's room to any 8th grader who happens to have him
We, Mike Bidmead and Tony Pinder, leave Mr. Carney a roll of wintergreen
Life Savers, a box of Tic Tacs, and a lump of coal.
We, Carol Moore, Laura Fredrick and Denise Dubois, leave an exam of 100
to any deserving biology student. (They'll need it.)
We, Randy Wylot and Mike
Moriarity, leave to Mrs. Caban five
minutes of mm's, ah's . you
know's and so's.
We, Lori Clark, Millie Gil and Rita
Leonard, leave J.F.K. with joy knowing
that the 8th grade girls can't flirt with
Scott Zachary, Steve Courtois, Steve
Ruel, Rick Fleming, and Mark Kaman.
We, Arlene Africano and Caren
Iacalino leave Mr. Demers our field trip.
We, Pete Maznicki and Ron Devine, leave
Mr. Benson with all his dreams of being
basketball coach of the New York Nicks
and beating Johnny Miller at golf.
We, Sue Lagasse and Deb Paklos, leave Bob Massaro
to Joni Lagasse.
We, the field hockey team of '75 leave the
team our winning games against the "Big K".
We, Buck Parsons, Angie Davis, Sue Evarts, and
Carol Mowrey, leave Mr. Milroy the rest of the 60 lb
lobster in hopes that someday he'll make the movie
entitled Claws .
We, Mr. Hoza's first period class, leave him all
the techniques of learning how to multiply.
We, Karin Baum, Courtney McLaughlin, Steve Ruel,
Paulsen, leave Mr. Haley two little white socks with red elephants on them
each pocket) in hopes that they won't fall out during an algebra lesson.
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We, Sue Lloyd and Alana Hayden, leave Mr. Krautcuk our crazy laughter and all
our gooey messes that we never cleaned up.
We, the J.F.K. Drama Club of 75-76, leave to Mrs. Gaj and Miss Gademan one
dozen peach colored teddies because they are " Cheaper By the Dozen .
I, Sue Gates, will to Kim Glass my brother, Karl, in exchange
for one of her brothers.
We, Karen Heiser, Melissa Gainey, and Alana Hayden, leave
to Mr. Bell his unsubtle jokes and his grotesque stories.
I, Cheryl Trotta, leave Miss Nealon my wet gym suit in hopes
that it will aid her in catching the girls who threw me in the shower.
I, Jean Viniconis, leave my sister, Kim, one of my report cards, a hopeful
We, Mr. Bodnar's second period class, leave him a bottle of pep pills in
case his other classes start to doze.
I, Randy Wylot, continue the tradition of passing on the book, J Love
Myself, to John Giordono who is very worthy of receiving it.
I, Kim Lowe, leave my sister Rae Ann the hope
that her years at J.F.K.will bring her as much
fun and as many fond memories as it has brought
We, Sue Cunningham and Kathy Nolan, leave
Mr. Reynolds two new messengers to get his rocks.
We, Mrs. Fournier's seventh period French
class, leave her an extra wide space in the aisle
so she won't trip over Carl Peterson's feet.
We, Mr. Bojarski's classes, leave him the book,
Moby Dick , so that he can be sure that the dimension
of his whale is in the right proportions.
I, Nat Desroches, leave very fond memories never to
I, Donnie White, leave Miss Shonak the book, entitled
How To Make Friends.
We, the yearbook layout committee, leave Mrs. Dumais
all the empty space on each page in hopes that she will
find something to put there.
RED HOUSE OFFICE HELPERS
Laura Jordan, Laurie McDonald, Marianne Tarbox, Bernadette Healy
Corinna Thompson, Beth Wagnerj JJugey
Seated: Mrs. Trainor
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE HELPERS
Lori Clark, Dawn Crosson, Chris Reardon, Susan Clavette
Karen Haire, Cathy Hayes, Cyrstal Lessard
Seated: Mrs. Pabis
BLUE HOUSE OFFICE HELPERS
Michelle Theriault, Nat DesRocher, Sue Gates, Steve Courtois
Ron Devine, Lori Belanger, Joanne Belliveau, Hollie Boucher,
Laurie Tarr, Dawn Pilkington, Debbie Paklos, Mary Grinuk
Seated: Mrs. Ivanisin Absent: Laura Croce
Back Row: L to R: Donald White, Stephen Courtois, Ron Devine,
Front Row: L to R: William DeFord, John Hart, Jody Winstron, Debbie
Pappas, Bruce Lovely, Liz Ouellette, Roberta Massey
Karen Chase , Doug Klim, Mrs. Graczewski, Mrs. Annis
Absent: Lynn Brouilette
GUIDANCE OFFICE WORKERS
J. SFADERNA LIBRARY AIDES
GIRLS VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM
Front Row: Joan Provost, Carol Schemmer, Paula Bednar , Sue Reynolds
Debbie Patsky, Chris Couglin, Maura Coughlin, Marlene
Martinez, Gretchin Pieper.
Back Row: Jackie Reynolds, Nancy Ferguson, Tammy Arrowsmith, Julie
Pare , Sue Muenier, Lynn Wadsworth, Mary Martinez,
Kathy Bearce, Carol Moore, Kathy Gondarowski, Carol
Schober, Michele Delaurier, Sue Telesky, Laurie Ellis,
Alaine Lagasse, Teresa Cirillo, Roberta Massey,
1st Row L to R: Co-captain C. McLaughlin
Co-captain R. Wglot
2nd Row L to R: D. Heavener, B. Green, S. Ruel, S. Blake, J. Diorio,
M. Leger, M. Taylor, C. Catalina, E. McGowan, B. Perlinski,
M. Maciolek, S. Viera, D. White, M. Moriarty, L.Frechette,
Manager J. Folger
3rd Row L to R: Coach Keller, Manager J. Zbikowski, J. Wheeler, J.Natale
B. Albro, D. Roczniak, M. Reardon, K. Gaskell, J. Bedard, G.
Nielsen, R. Beaupre, J. Wakelee, K. Kaman, T. Arean. M. LeRoy,
A. Chupka, S. Sombric, B. Plummer, M. Kamm, J. Maznicki,Coach Andy
1st Row L to R: J. Parsons, Sm. Smith, E. Lasard, P. Maznicki, R.Devine,
K. Miller, M. Triha, J. Giodano, D. Linehan, J. Monterono
2nd Row: L to R: Coack Clarkin. J. Rosate, K. Green, G. Palmer, J.Desrosiers,
J. Kehnle, M. Snow, B. Loiselle, B. Sayles, S. Zachary. J. Dubois
J. V Soccer
JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER
1st Row L to R: C. Newsam, B. Winch, C. Massey, R. Cornock D.Michaud,
S. Kohler, C. Gates, M. Pion, G. McDuna, B. Teed, K.Sherwood,
G. Massey, K. Thereal,
2nd Row L to R: Doach Donnelly: L. Bachetti, P. Combes, B.McCray, D.Fusco
R. Holtz, E. Waluckas, T. Clark, J. Smith, J.Wheeler, K.Zukowski
D. Cuclose, M. Gonzalex, K. Cabrera, R. Bridges .
VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM
Top Left: Mr. Andrychowski, Dale Skoval, Steve Viera, Steve Courtois,
Rudy Beaupre, Keny Gaskell, Mike Snow, Dan Hebb, Mark Kaman,
Mike Moriarty, Mr. Arnold.
Bottom Left: Dane Linehan, Grian Green, Mike Dobozy, Scott Merrill, Sue
Downs, Randy Wylot, Steve Ruel, John Giordano, Kelly Neale
Kennedy Jr. High defeated
Rosciuszko Jr. High by the score
of 53-12 to win its third straight
championship and extend its
winning streak to 2f> meet 'vic¬
tories. JFK finishs up its season
with a 10-0-0 record.
Kelly Neale, co-captain Brian
ceen* Scott Merrill, co-captain
K ndy Wvlot and Rudy Beaupre
aH finished the season un¬
Finishes Perfect Year
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Asst. Coach, W. Engleman, Manager J. Breslin, J. Frangiamore, K. Miller
J. Desrosiers, D. Rozniak, J. Mulligan, J. Wheeler, T. Winger), G. Brady
R. Loiselle, R. Devine, Coach R. Keller
Co-Captains C. McLaughlin, M. Taylor
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J.V. BASKET BALL TEAM
Back Row: L to R: M. Weiss, M. Foster, Mr. Bacewicz, R. Waggener, J.Wheeler,
Front Row: L to R: J.
Lynch, F. Carson, J. Maier, T. Winger, L. Bachetti,
R. Hawkins, S. Tracy, Manager , Gleftn Massey
JOHN F. KENNEDY GIRLS' VARSITY
L to R: Laura Fredrick, Diane Merrill, Jackie Baer, Kathy Turmell,
Lori Belanger, Andrea Machahee, Michele St. Sauver, Rosey
Carroll, Karen Iacolino
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
Bottom Row: Linda Palmer, Gail Wylot, Melissa Sidway,Laurie Green
Middle Row: Lisa Cavalero, Dawn Warmington
Top Row: Sue Croce , Andrea Baer, Lynn Clarkin, Paula Kweder ,
JFK Plans Drama
For their bicentennial
production the J.F. Kennedy
Junior High School, 155
Raffia Rd., Enfield will
present “Cheaper by the
Dozen,” a musical comedy
the whole family will enjoy.
This fun, laugh filled
production, directed by
Santa Gaj and Linda
Gademan will be presented
on Friday and Saturday,
January 23 and 24 at 7:30
S. Gai,.L. Gademan
Cheaper By The Dozen
This picture shows only a portion of the Gilbreth family whose story is told in “Cheaper by th«
Dozen.” The J.F. Kennedy Drama Guild will present this play tomorrow and Saturday at 7:3*
Band Director: L. Climan
JF.K. Spirit of 76
Bennett Fuller, Janet Ciemniewski,
Terry Dominik, Amanda Childress
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Advisor: S. Dumais
Advisors: B. Boucher, W. Breither
Advisors: N. Acito, K. Sampson
Ski Club Advisors
STUD ENT COUNCIL
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
Michele Schick, Laurie Dobrowski,Sue Albro, Lauren Kula, Mark Lillis
Wiinr-Yi i «■
Marie St. Sauvier
Most School Spirit
Best All Around
Eric Paulsen (missing)
Class Flir t
Best Looking Kim Sullivan
How time flies! It is hard to believe it has been fourteen
years since we were ninth graders at John F. Kennedy J. H.S. That
was 1976, the bicentennial year, and now it's 1990, nearly the end
of the century. We thought times were hard in 1976, but now, although
most of us are not feeling a financial pinch, our school is in trouble.
When Jerome Labonte, Matt Alaimo, Bob Murac, Genette Laliberte,
Doug Fosberg, and George Naylor, at a meeting of the town council,
realized what losing our school would mean, they decided something
would have to be done. They formed a committee, including Thomas
Bailey, Edward Setaro, Nancy Mathieu, Barbara Burns, Mary Smith and
Bruce Vaughn to consider ways of raising money to make the needed
repairs and improvements to our school.
They decided that since there were so many successful business
persons from our class one source of revenue might be contributions.
Eric Paulsen, who recently discovered a cure for arthritis, donated
$1,000 . Susan Gates who just made a gold record, sent in $500.
Jane Cegelski and Robin Allevo, running an art store in Hartford, gave
the proceeds of one day's sales to our cause. Courtney McLaughlin,
John Wakelee, Mike Taylor, and John Maznicki, although playing for
rival N.F.L. teams, got together and donated $1,000. Ed Amos, Richard
Massey, Hollie Boucher and Donna Provost, owners of a chain of
novelty stores, proved their school store experience was valuable and
donated $500.00. Wendy Castle, Ann' Panelba,Gary Palmer, and Tom
Arena, who run a very successful sporting goods store in Enfield,
contributed $500. In addition to these contributions the organizing
committee decided that a talent show might be an enjoyable way of
raising money for the school and getting the class back together.
The advertising agency which Sharon Allaire, Susan Rossignol and
Tracy Huddleston run, donated their services to promote the show.
Reporters Lisa Ellis, Linda Miville, and Glenn Blackwood made sure the
show got a lot of publicity. Having Jeanne Marshall as editor of the
local paper also helped. Jeff Foss, John Shattuck, Scott Franklin,
Bob Handley, Alan Bourne, Cheryl Jenkins , Warren Delguidice,
Anthony O'Kanos, James Josey, Charles Cavaleri, Dane Thorogood, Kim
Bray, Charles Brocuglio, Yvette Davis, Noreen Hunt, Andre Gagner,
Michael Smith, Cynthia Bourget, Craig Roth, Greg Johnson, and Guy
Roberge spent weeks preparing the sets for the production. Ticket
sales were handled by Patty Hall, Christopher Baron, Bruce Thibodeau,
Pete Colson and Loriann Barrows. Serving as ushers and usherettes
were Lisa Zacaro, Darlene Place, James Kane, Rickie Curcio, Lori
Cunningham, Bryan Ayres, Ann Rossignol, Marianne Bacewicz, Judy Golab,
Scott Merrill, Joanne Poutre and Michael Nadeau.
It is the night of the talent show. Greg Dobosz, Lauren Blake,
Joan Dugas, Rosemarie Boudreau, and Steve Richer were at the telephone
accepting contributions from members who couldn't attend but wanted to
make a pledge.
Now the talent show is about to begin. Paul Bonazelli and Bennett
Fuller are working the spot light. Cheryl Back opens the curtain. We
have a full house! Sylvia Crowley, Linda Gawle, Frank Halish, Jim
Whittemore, Kim Grape and Pete Surapine open the program with a medley
of songs from Cheaper By the Dozen . Jackie Baer, Lori Belanger, Rosey
Carroll, Nat Desroches, Laura Frederick, Caren Iacolino, Diane Merrill,
Beth Roberts, Michele St Sauveur, Kim Sullivan, Kathy Turmelle, and
Andrea Machabee, our cheerleaders, do some of the old school cheers and
give an acrobatic demonstration. They'll be needing some liniment
tonight!. Refreshments are allowed in the auditorium and many of our
classmates have donated food. Mike Lupi and Martin Martinet, run an
Italian restaurant and have supplied hors d'oeuvres. Gary Neilson and
Greg Hudon have donated the liquid refreshment from their prosperous
establishment. Those delicious pastries come from the bakery run by
Sherry Janson and Bonnie Laferriere. Mark Krukowski's cheese shop
outdid itself supplying us with many varieties to sample . We were even
lucky enough to have the plates and cups donated by the supply house
which supplies all the restaurants around. It's run by John Kulungian,
Michael Nicholas, and Steven Sombric. There are Lori Clark, Millie
Gil, Rita Leonard, Mike Leroy, Denise Kadis, Kim Lowe, Ricky Fleming and
Steve Courtois talking about all the fun they had at the games. And
speaking of games, Randy Wylot, Mike Moriarty, Brian Green, Steve Viera,
Danny Hebb, Mark Kaman, Kenny Gaskell and Steve Ruel are about to give
a wrestling exhibition. Some of them have slipped way out of their
weight classes. For a change of pace Roberta Massey, Kevin Green, Mitch
Merrium, Danny Pellegrino, Kim Jandreau, Glenn Lacey, Tom Hollowell,
Mike Kamm, Bob Albro, Paul White and Mike Triba, members of our stage
band, returned to play some "oldies" for us. Bob Loiselle, Donna
Lucia, Lois Marquis and Bob Dupuis just came in. They have to stand
in the back but are talking to Kevin Lachendro and Lori Jacobs who are
talking to Waneta Hoyt and Denise Kranz. The first intermission comes and
people from our class are manning career booths around the hub. Linda
Coffey, Kristie Chase, Carol Lecuivre, Debbie Pappas, Liz Ouellette,
Meg Chechile, and Karen Chase work in the insurance companies and are
excited about their work. Involved in the medical profession are
Barbara Allen, Paul Markowski, Ann Sweetman, James O'Donnell and Donna
Osborne. They have some gruesome stories, as well as some happy ones
to tell. Representing Armed Forces are Joel Axenroth, David Moody,
Carl Thibodeau, Pam Cowles, and Tracy Emmons. They never looked so
neat when they were at Kennedy! Lawyers and legal aid assistances were
amply represented by Jacqueline Sullivan, Candace Ruzzi, John Lyman,
Laura Croce, Thomas Aube and Robert Martin. Judges beware! There are
even some former students representing the teaching profession. They
include Patty Duffy, Sue Evarts, Len Pazik, Sue Oliver and Randy Kamay.
Well, no more time to look at the booths now, the show is about to
begin again. Gwen Gonyea, Angie Davis, Sue Vandevanter, Cheryl Butler,
Debbie Orr, Fern Labonte, Chris Catalina, and Joe Natale are busy
trying to sell sourvenir programs to the people as they return to their
seats. Now it's time for our basketball exhibition with Ronnie Devine,
Gavin Brady, Chris Coughlin, Sue Reynolds, Todd Wingen, Debbie Patsky,
Jack Frangiamore, Jim Mulligan, Joe Olesky and Kathy Gondarowski.
Professional referees Mike Cirillo and Steve Bushey are on hand to
keep it clean.
A skit follows, which pokes fun at how we used to act and even
some of our former teachers. Involved in this are Debbie Paklos,
Kate Randolph, Anita Albert, Kim Breslin, Kathy Giaccone, Maryann
Myers, Joanne Belliveau, Richard Vaughn, Doug Welch, Meg Grob, Joseph
Bridge, Debbie Reddin, and Mary Bagley. Busy moving the set for them
are Tom Chevalier, Laurie French, and Mike Ouellette. Now there is
time to see more of those booths. There are Jim Desrosiers, Bev
Baril, Carol Moore, Jana Olechnicki, Chris Bloniarz, Don Holden, Mike
Kadis and Barry Hallenbeck, popular artists, are drawing portraits of some
of their old classmates. They are donating their profits to our
fund. Working on crafts and also donating their profits are Joanne
Zarzycki., Judy Finn, Lauri Chisholm, and Suni Hong. There is
Martani Fijhvandraat, a candidate for U.S. Sentator with her campaign
workers Elisa Prusutti, Melissa Gainey, who is herself a member of the
touwn council, Beth Rhemer, Carol Bagley, Brian Moriarty, Robert
Pazant, Carl Peterson and Donald Baldwin. They are asking for money,
not donating it. There is a large crowd around the aviation exhibit.
The attraction could be the scale model size rockets, or the stewardesses.
Handing out information and selling chances for the raffle are Cheryl
Trotta, Michael Scioscio, Bruce Perlinsky, Valerie Martin, Denise Remy,
Helen Marquis and Steven Blake. Selling buttons with the school motto,
which we worked to develop, are Karen Leonard, Sue Cunningham, Heidi
Climan, Maryanne Classen, Scott Smith, Steve Dubanoski and Bryan
Sales. Everyone had better stay in line because a large number of the
people in our class are involved with law enforcement. Cathy Janney
has just been appointed Chief of Police. Working with her are Roger
Ares, Keith Motola, Richard Hoxie, and Linda Holmberg. Also
affiliated with them in the department of youth services are Sandy Hogan,
Charlene Poitras, Robin Rheault and Tina Roberts. Now who said there
wouldn't be any surprises? As the audience moves back into the
auditorium Sandra Reynolds, Sue Nixon, and Ann Normand run into
Evelyn Carr, Mike Carzello and Matt Allen. They sit together to catch
up on all the news. No one talks however as the program begins. Laura
Kaufman, a professional dancer, dances Swan Lake . Performing in the
chorus with her are Susan Lagasse, Kathy Hayes, Elaine Dudzinski, Diane
Dunn, Susan Bartholomew, Arlene Africano, Tami Arrowsmith, Denise
Barnett, Candance Mitoite, Rebecca Weaver, Patricia Valukas and Lisa
Plude. Sharon Keleher's specialty shop is putting on a fashion show.
Lisa Dube, Kim Dahl, and Terry Polek have designed many of the
specialties. Models are Bernadette Healy, Guy Dagesse, Lary Herter,
Chris Skarzynski, Jody Winston, Angela Hutchins, Mary Grinuk, Pam
Eastman, Robin Sweeney and Laurie Tarr. Some of them weren't very
enthusiastic about modeling but everyone agrees they do an excellent
It is announced that the professional soccer players from the class
Dave Linehan, Emile Lessard, Pete Maznicki, Ken Miller, Bucky Parsons, and
Scott Zachary have donated $1,000 to the fund. Not to be outdone,
members of the Enfield Senior Football League, and former players from
J.F. K. Tim Mooney, Richard Downs, Norris Rabb, Roger Guilmette, Warren
Shane, Scott Fieldhouse, Scott Scoglas, Richy Ivanoff and Richard
Wallace contributed $1,500. Pledge records Todd Raymond, Mark
Jaworowski, Denise Guimond and Dawn Caye are kept hopping trying to get
names and amounts pledged. Members of a group playing hockey at a near-by
rink close the pledge portion of the show by donating $1,000. They are
Greg Anderson, Michael Bigmead, Rudy Beaupre, Scott Breor, Tom Crompton,
Andy Chupka, Dan Dolloff, John Diorio, David Marshall, Mark Maniscalco,
Rick Maciolek, Brian McLeod, David Morgan, Andy Morneault, Dale Withee
and John Zbikowski. The accountants from our class who volunteered their
services for tonight are busy adding up the receipts. Crystal Lessard,
Lisa Pospisil,Chris Turcotte, Anne Marie Varney, John Dubchy, Kevin
Dominque, Paula Bagley and Leon Bardwell had their hands full of money.
While all these monetary transactions were taking place Ed Bedard, Terry
Benoit, Ron Boivan, Gary Breithling, John Bozeman, Timothy O'Konis and
Timothy Ruot were setting up the scenery for the grand finale. Jill
Young, Debbie Lynes and Mary Webb had designed the set to go along with
the theme "Bicentennial Plus" as Michele Beaulieu accompanies the
skit on the guitar. Playing the patroits years after the revolution are
Bonnie Lombardi, Garry Murray, Donna Sanford, Sue Telesky, Donald White,
Lisa Buck, Ann Demers, Linda Levesque, Teresa Raymond, Bruce Stowell,
Jim Devine, Denise Dubois, Paula Gehring, Bob Francis, Karen Heiser,
Kurt Hinkel, Tim Holmes, Kevin Hart, Gil Reynolds, Lisa Stone, and
Sharon Thibeault. There were no real fireworks at the end, but the
audience responded thunderously to the humorous look at the
Revolutionary heroes and heroines. There is a spirit among those in the
audience, especially felt by those in our class. It is a nice feeling
to know that our class gift to the school comes from working enjoyably
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