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YEAR 

BOOK 

STAFf 


Rich Ashley 
Tammy Butcher 
Laura Caouette 
Pat Javorski 
Andrea Latulippe 
Marion Lipinski 
Denise Mooney 
Karen Murphy 
Cheryl Nixon 
Jodi Ouellette 
Jody Pellegrino 
Tammy Treglia 
Amy Vitkauskas 
Lori Warnock 


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Anticipation 


Mr. M’s right hand 


1j to R: 

D. Passaretti, D.Palmer, L.Baker, V.Belhumeur, B. LeDuc, 

M. White, M.Yvon, L.Kaupin, J.Cote, L.Martin, J.Olden, S.Mgers 

T. Gracezewski, 


Mr. J. Mahoneg 


T,Graczewski 


E. Annis 






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White House Workers from L to R 


Doug Nicholas, Michele Jacques, Kellie Brow ^ Collen Dolan 
Erin Byan, Danette Hogan, Pat Donohue, Judy Olden 



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S. GreqoTski 
Housemaster 


Red 

House 


Top Row: C.Demeo, L.Maticke,S.Desrosiers,K.Choiniere 

Middle Row: L.Dupuis,C.English,P.Murphy.S.Furgerson 
J.Walker, P.Gauthier,D.Burnham 
Front Row: C. Clougherty, D.Plummer, L.Baker, K.Genco,P.Dominik 
L.Landry, D.Palmer, M.Holden, R.Kowaluk 


Workers 







Mr. Ohlin 


V. Cianfiarani, T.Montminy^\ 
B.Leferriere, L.Jouzaitis 
L. DeCaro, J.Mittica (seated) 
Mrs. Ivanisin 


work the rpnchine 






















E. Davis 


that 


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do 


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M. Bayerowski 


F. Krautcuk 


J. MacArthur 













“No piggy banks?*’ 


School Store Staff 

1st row L to R: Mr.Sunter, C.Barcomb, 
M.Manion, B. Breglia 

2nd Row L to R: C. Sheehan,D. Clark(mgr) 
P.Baker 

3rd row L to R: L .Maier ,D.Sombric, 

P.Morton, (asst.Mgr)K. Lorent 
K.Steadman 

























































































































"You missed a spot!" 



Custodial Aids 

Top Row L-R: B.Doucette.Thompson,S.McCafforty, 
C.Lempitsky, D.Leitao 

Middle Row:Mr.Cowles,Mr.Petrone,Mrs.Cyr,Mr.Rookey 
Bottom Row: L-R: R.Mee, J.Fontana,M.Boulanger 













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"Good morning, Captain" 
D. Paluck 


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Dept. Chairman 
Mr. Garrity 


R.M. Makarewicz 


L. Grand 


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H.Cowles 


K. Samspon 


E. Heye 


J. Fisher 


B. Piqeon 


R. Cosma 


Albano 


G. Bourassa 


B. Hargraves 


IV. Kiner 
























"It's all setl Mr. Big will 
be here at 11 o'clock. 
















j. Bucalo 


■ . and just when I was getting 
the hang of the little hand 
and the big hand!*’ 


. Wojciehowski 


G. Breault 


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Wilber 


Climan 


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Aides from L to R: 
lien Barberie, Pam Cenate, Sue 
3 ,rlene Riell^ / Debbie Rubacha. 


Jordan , Mary Sue Chodorowski, 


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"C-c-cold? Who me 


T. Plamondon 


]Si, Nealon 


'’Am I supposed 
to be afraid?" 


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c. wynglarz 


D. Elliott 


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R. Bell 
Dept. Head 


D. Andrychowski 


P. Griffin 


M. Scully 


B. Stevens 


Soja 


C. Lauria 


G. Kennedy 























D. Sullivan 


F. NooF 


J.Andrychowski 


Go sit down! 


C. Milroy 


















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T, Neville 


S . Ingram 
Aide 


Mary Lou 




Chang chung 


M.B. Noto 


R. Vella 


K. Ferrante 

























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Alexander 

Abrams 


Dawn 

Abraham 


Stephen 

Abreu 


Mark Michael 

Agruso Albaugh 



Albert 
A1 do 


Christine 
Al1evo 


Jacqueline 

Ami aw 


Gretchen 

Anderson 


Tracy 

Anderson 



Rosemarie 

Armelin 


Jean 

Armstrong 


Ralph 
Arms tong 


Dennis Terry 

Arsenault Asbury 



















Richard 

Ashey 


Michael 

Baer 


Anne Marie 
Baker 


Karen 

Avery 



Patrick 

Baker 


Russell 

Balboni 


William 

Ball 


Timothy 

Banahan 



Cathleen 

Barcomh 


Shirley 

Barrett 


Brenda 

Bartlett 


Laurie 

Barile 



Paul 

Beaucage 


Karen 

Beaulieu 


Neil 

Beaulieu 


Jeffreuj 

Beck 



Laura 

Baker 



Ellen 
Barberie 



Lori 

Bedard 



Cynthia 

Beeler 


















Mark 

Belanger 


Todd 

Belanger 


Valerie 

Belhumeur 


Karen 

Belisle 


Jennifer 

Belorit 



Edward 

Bemis 


Roxanne 

Bennett 


Peter 

Bergenholtz 


James 

Berthold 


Shirley 

Berube 







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John 

Blatchford 


David 

Blier 


Richard 

Bolduc 


John 

Boozang 



Charles 
Bo SCO 


Karen 

Bosworth 


Lisa 

Bouchard 


Anne 

Boucher 


Ronald 

Boucher 


























Marie 

Boulanger 



Donald 

Boulette 



Shelley 

Bradu 



Mark 

Brayson 



Barbara 

Breglaa 



Ann 

Breslin 



Kellie 

Brow 




Philip 
Brown 



Susan 

Bugai 



Susan 

Bogardus 



























Mattia 

Calcasola 


Laurie 

Canevari 


Laura 

Caouette 


John 

Carew 


Kurt 

Carpenter 



Gary 

Carter 


Sean 

Cartwright 


Gary 

Castle 


Sheri 

Caye 


Darlene 

Celino 




Laurie 

Chaussee 


Carolyn 

Cherpak 


Russell 

Chesworth 


Steven 

Chesworth 


Michael 

Chmela. 




















Mary 5ue 

Chodorowski 



Lynne 

Clark 



Christine 

Clougherty 



Thomas 

Cooney 






Karen 

Choiniere 


Deborah 

Cirillo 


David 

Clark 


Kathryn 

Clark 



Stephen 

Clark 


Lee 

Clavette 


Deborah 

Clawson 


Lisa 

Clough 



Craig 

Collins 


David 

Conley 



Marcy 

Coolen 



Michael 

Cotnoir 


James 

Couture 


Aileen 

Cross 


Kevin 

Curry 





















Thomas 

Cwikla 


Paul 

Czarnecki 


Randy 

Daigle 


Joanne 

Dubrosky 



Lori 

Davenport 



Lynn DeCaro 


Kevin 

DeFord 


Eric 

Defronzo 


Karen . 
Dehonis 



Mark 

Demczuk 


Christopher 

Demeo 


James 

Deragon 


Shirley 

Desrosiei'S 


Charles 

Diana 



Richard 

DiBell3. 


Arthur 

Dickman 


Coleen 

Dolan 


Dana 

Dolloff 


Richard 

Dombek 

























Paula 

Dominik 



Kathleen 

Downs 



l/jrraiue 

Dupuis 



Tracy 

Engdahl 



Susan 

Drummey 


David 

Dubois 


Jacqueline 

Dunagin 



Jon 

E dwa rds 





James 
El CO 


Stephen Joella 

Eldredge Emonds 



Christopher 

English 



John 

Finnerty 



Barbara 

Fijalkowski 


































Christopher 

Fieri 



Denise 

Foraker 



Cheryl 

French 



James 

Gallo 



John 

Fizel 


Steven 

Flower 


Douglas 

Fisher 



Patricia 
Folger 



Vincent 

Forti 

0 


William 

Fredrick 


Dynv 

Foy 


Timothy 

Fortune 



Daniel 

Fuller 


Daniel 

Fusco 


Daniel 

Gainey 


Paul 

Gendreau 



Christine 

Gates 


Peter 

Gauthier 



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Karen 

Genco 


David 

Gay "Por 

r 50 






















Robert 

Giguere 



Francis 

Golden 



Richard 

Grant 



Maureen 

Haley 




Susan 

Gillespie 


Kenneth 

Gill 


Peter 

Glista 


Peter 

Goguts 



James 

Goodwin 


Lee 

Gondarowski 


Martin 

Green 


Dana 

Gordon 


Mark 

Groenstein 


Glenda 

Gottlieb 


Gina Marie 
Guilmette 



Kimberly 

Hall 


Michael 

Hall 


Susan 

Handley 


Cheryl 

Hart 










Donna 

Hasson 



Shelly 

Heldreth 



Kimberly 

Hodgkins 



Kristen 

Holtz 



Wendy 

Hatch 


Randall 

Hazel 


Christopher 

Hebert 



William 

Higgins 



Danetie 
Hogan 



Scott 

Hinkel 



Therese 
Holden 



julianne 

Hodgdon 



Cheryl Lynn 
Hoieman 



Frank 

Horvath 


Karen Brenda 

Houlroyd Hoyt 



Carol 

Heiser 



Wendy 

Hodge 



Kevin 

Holmes 



Robert 

Hudson 





























J sines 
Hunt 


Karen Lewis 

Hurley uyer 


Stella 

Hyer 


Eric 

Ingram 




Paul 

Jacobs 


Michele 

Jacques 


Mark William 

Janes Januszewski 


Patricia 
Javorski 




Elaine 

Kadis 


Lisa 

Kask 



George 

Kauffman 


Jeffrey 

Kauvin 


Lynne 
Kaupin 


Scott 

Kaupin 


Stephanie 

Keeley 
























Kathleen 

Keleher 



Wendy 

King 



Robin 

Kowaluk 



Joseph 

Lamere 




Kristine 

Kelliher 


Paula 

Kent 



Kathleen 

Kinney 


Jeffrey 

Krick 


Timothy 

Kissell 


Gregory 

Kula 



Eric 

Landru 


David 

Langdon 



Anne Marie 
Keyes 



Noreen 

Klapproth 



David 

Kulas 



Andrew 
Langan 



Kelly 
Kiernan 



Li 3 a 
Kogut 



Patricia 

Kuzmickas 



Mario 
LaPointe 












Gilbert 

Lareau 


G1 enn 
Lastes 


Andrea 

Latulippe 


Robert 

Lawrence 


Allan 

Leahy 



Christine 

Lecuivre 


Robert 

Leduc 


Christopher 

Leete 


Brenda 

LeFerriere 


Martin 

LeCault 



David 

Lehouillier 


James 

Lehouillier 


Donald 

Leitao Lisa 

Lemieux 



Chester 

Lempitsky 


Gaetan 

Letourneau 


Susan 

Linehan 


Marion 

Lipinski 


Bradford 

Long 






























Ronni 

Malick 


Lori 

Martin 


Kathy 

Matherson 


John 

Luman 


Linda 

Maiez" 


William 

Marino 


Tracey 

MacDonald 


Teresa Ann 
Majowitz 


Laurie 

Martin 


Dina 

MacMillan 


Julie 

Mayer 


Jackie 

Manizza 


Stephen 

Martin 




Lori 

Macaluso 


Mark 

Marauis 


Mary Ann 
Massey 


Lori 

Maygio 


Richard 

Mara 


Julie 

Martocchio 


****’»MlP*' 


Kevin 

Lorenc 


























Loretta 
Matieke 


Philip Lisa 

Mawaka McCabe 


Diane 

McCaffertq 



Michael 
McCormick 


James 

McCuin 


Andrew 

McDonald 



Timothy 
McGlew 


kasi e 
McGuire 


Samuel 

McNulty 


Daniel 
Merrill 



James 

Metzler 


Kevin 

Meunier 


Bruce 

Meyers 


Kim 

Miles 



Sean 

McCafferty 



Ellen 

McDonald 



Thomas 

Messenger 



Jacquelyn 
Mi ttica 























Joanna 

Mittlca 



Tammy 

Moore 



Roger 

Monfette 





Theresa 

Montminy 


Lorelei 

Moore 


Denise 

Mooney 


Amy 

Morneault 



Dawn 


Mucci 



Christine 

Morris 


Patrick 


David 

Mothes 


Christine 

Munnett 


Susan 

Myers 



Patricia 

Nadeau 


Warren 

Nagle 


Michael 

Naylor 


John 

Neves 


Douglas 

Nicholas 


















Ramona 
Ni tch 



Teri Ann 
Ohara 



Chris 

Orifice 



Diane 

Pare 



Cheryl 

Nixon 


Kevin 

OCoin 


Alicia 

OConnoi 


Coleen 
O' Grady 



Kevin 
O Kanos 


Judy 
01 den 


Stephen 

Olechnicki 


Kerri 

Orfitelli 



Diane 

Oregan 



Jodi 

Dawn 

Nancy 

Ostolski 

Ouellette 

Palmer 



Debra 

Passaretti 


Janet 

Patterson 


Deborah 

Peel 


Germaine 

Pehl 
















Jody 

Pellegrino 



Christopher 

Peucker 



Raymond 

Pi on 



John 

Pozzato 



Susan 

Pelligrinelli 


Sharon 

Percoski 


Neil 

Peteroski 





Marie 

Plander 


Kenneth 

Prior 


Laura 

Plourde 


Linda 

Pucko 


Danelle 
PIummer 


Sheila 

Rahb 



Kimberly 

Petersen 



John 

Pilkington 



Theodore 
Pollard 



Eric 

Raffia 




















Carlene 

Rielly 


Michelle 

Riley 


Paula 
Rivara 


Sandra 

Robichaud 


Jonathan 

Robbins 







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Kimberly 

Rogers 


Paul 

Rohr 


Debbie 

Rubacha 


Scott 

Russell 


Erinlouise 

Ryan 




Marci 

Schaefer 


Mary 

Schick 


Brenda Michelle 

Schott Seelig 


Dawn 

Setskb 
































Carolyn 

Sheehan 


Paul 

Shermer 


Kyle 

Sidway 


Tina 

Sinacore 


Kell 

Sinnott 



William 

Sizemore 


Christopher 

Smith 


Michael 

Smith 


Paul 

Smith 


James 

Smyth 



David 
Somberic 


Edward 

Sousa 


Edward 

Spazzarini 


Antonio 

Spicer 



Randy 
St Amant 


Mark 

St. Sauveur 


Kim 

Steadman 


Lorie 

Stewart 


Rebecca 

Streeter 





















Jody 

Taylor 


Theodore Kei th 

Taylor Thomas 


Caroline Laura 

Thompson Thorstenson 



Joyce 

Tine 


Craig 

Tin gleg 


Jeffrey 

Tingley 


Deneen Thomas 

Toman Tourvillc 



Matthew 

Trant 


Vincent 

Travali 



Tamara 

Tregli^ 


Lisa 

Turcotte 


Mark 

Turgeon 






















Timothy 

Vaillancourt 



Amy 

Vitkauskas 



Marie 
Wakelee 



James 

Warren 



Christopher 

Varnet 


Michael 
Valente 


William 

Villani 


Kathy 

Violette 



Kimberly 

Vose, 


Roxanne 

Vujs 


Richard 

Wacht 



Eugene 

Walters 



Mary 

Walsh 


Robert 

Waite 



Leslie 

Warnock 



Robert 

Waterman 


Rickie 

Weddle 


James 

Weidl 


Michael 

West 



























Susan 

West 


Stephanie 

Wheeler 


James 

Wheat 


Raymond 

Wheaton 


Mary 

White 


Prober t 


^^illiam 

Widun 


Gary 

Willi^^ 


Debra 

Wimble 


Susan. 

Wood 


Stephanie 

y^vorosky 


Marie 

Yvon 


Anne 

y^rcaro 


Sharon 

Zannoni 


Peter 

Wood 


Kim 

Zachary 


Wendy 

Zocco 


Howdy Partner! 















Row one rr J 

1 P.Gendreau,2 J.Pilkington, 3 S. Bodgardus, 4 A,Cross^ BS.Wood, 

6. Jodi Ouelletto. 

Row two 

7.J.Taylor, 8 B.Sylvester ^ 9 D.Tomas, 10 B. Sizemore, 11 V.Belhumeur 

Row three . n c -r vmToin.16 J.Emonds 

12 M.S. Chodorowski, 13 S.Kavpin, 14 L. Kaupin, 

Row four a Mnrneault, 21 M.Cotnoir 

17 M.B.Walsh, 18 L.Turcotte, 19 G. Letourneau , 20 A.Morneauiz, 

22 T. Butcher 
4-^r>Row o ne 

Page vitkauskas, 24 J.Manizza, 25 D. Celino, 26 G. Kauffman 

Row two , 

27 L.Chamberlin, 28 D. 0>Regan, 29 P.Javorski, 30 L.Kask, 31 C.O Grauy 

Row thZ^Q . 

32 T.Sinacore, 33 B.Breglia, 34 K.Murphy, 35 L. Stewart 

Row four 

36 J.Boozang, 37 K.Hall, 38 K.Belisle, 39 J.Amlaw, 40 P. Beaucage 
Row five 

41 K.Barcomb, 42 B.Marino, 43 K. Torenc, 44 P. Shermer, 45 S.Zannoni 
46 D.Gay Row one 

Page .tiir.e.e- 47 R.. Chaput, 48 T.Treglia, 49 J.Dunagin, 50 S .Robichaud, 51 D. Peel 
Row two 

52 B. Stillwell , 53 J.Martacchio, 54 G.Anderson , 55 D.Conley 
Row three 

56 M.Seelig, 57 C.Varnet, 58 T.Folger, 59 S.Desrosier, 40 K.Houlroyd 

61 N.Klapproth 
Row four 




i, 65 M. Schaefer, 66 M.Riley 


62 L. Lemieux, 63 C.Munnett, 64 S.Bugai 
Row five 

67 M.Turgeon, 68 S.Clark, 69 A. Boucher, 70 D. Plummer, 7l A.Latulippe^ 

72 S.Russell 
Row six 

73 Lori WarnocK, 74 Shelley Brady, 75 Patti Nadeau 
76 Lynn DeCaro, 77 Karen Beaulieu 
Page four Row one 

78 J.Dobrosky, 79 L.Jouzaitis, 80 P.Kuzmichkas, 81 D. Passarett, 82 L.Pucko 

Row Two 

83 A. Zaccaro , 84 C .Thompson , 85 K, Matheson , 86 M.Wakelee, 87 K. Steadman, 

88 P. Kent 
Row three 


jot tke 
Ciricst 



Ciitic JaCi 

, 95 L. Macaluso . 96 B. Long^ 


98 J. Luman, 90 L. Clarke, 91 S.Myers 
Row four 

92 M.Naylor, 93 K. Peterson, 94 E. Kadis 

Row five rn z D 

97 K. Zachary, 98 K. Bosworth, 99 K. Kinney, 100 B. Doucette, 101 

102 S. Per coski 
Row six 

103 D. Gordon, 104 K. Brown, 105 J. Edwards, 106 S. Pelligrinelli 
Row seven 

107 J. Blatchford, 108 C. Allevo , 109 s. Drummeu ,110 Maggie 

111 c, Cherpak^ 


















































extra 


EXTRA! 


"The wealthy Kaupin family is in the news again, " yells Bud Pollard 
as he sells his papers on a street corner. The Kaupin triplets, Scott, 

Lynn, and Jeff, owners of the luxurious U.S.S. Patriot cruise ship, announced 
they they are offering their ship to the J.F. Kennedy Junior High class of 
1980 for their 25th reunion. They have contacted their travel agents^ 

Greg Kula, Sheila Rabh, and Tammy Moore^to let them know that no one will be 
allowed on the ship except class members. 

This is how Captain Jon Edwards put the reunion into the ship's log: 

September 1, 2005: The best crew members from the entire line have been 
assembled on my ship for this special reunion. Chefs Jim Berthold and Barb 
Stillwell have already started to prepare the first meal. 

The passengers, with Kristine Kelliher in the lead, started arriving for 
the reunion cruise. Lorraine Dupuis, Mary Ann Massey, David Blier and Beth 
Chapman^ the next to arrive,were all very excited. 

Since the affair was by invitation only, Mary White and Bob Leduc checked 
I.D.'s and collected the invitations as the guests entered the ship. They 
were greeted by cruise directors,Laura Caouette, Jody Pelligrino, and Sue 
Meyers, who wore name tags printed by Anne Boucher and Lori Macaluso, who also 
printed the invitations. 

Off to the side of the ship, doctors Steve Clark and Jack Blatchford, 
along with nurses,Debbie Rubacha, Lori Warnock and Chris Gates/ were passing 
out seasickness pills to Coleen O'Grady, Carol Reiser, Tricia Folger and 
Mary Walsh, who were over by the side of the ship and already sick. 

More passengers arrived soon, including Kerri Orfitelli, Randy St.Amant, 
Linda Pucko and Marty LaPointe. 









Various crew members, Diane McCafferty, Ray Pion, Kathy Monty and 
Andy Langan ,showed the people who were boarding to their cabins. Some 
passengers were directed to the lounge and were surprised to see a band 
consisting of Matt Surapine, Kathy Kinney, Lisa Kask, Tina Sinacore, and 
Phil Brown playing there. It was directed by Rodney Bungard. People began 
to get on to the dance floor. Noreen Klapproth, Ellen Barberie, Chris 
Clarity, Craig Collins, Scott Russell, and Chris Orifice started to boogie, 
while Marty Green stood in a corner and combed his hair. 

The waitresses, Laurie Barile, Robin Chaput and Sue West, served drinks 
to Brenda Hoyt and Lisa Corneau. Bartenders Ed Sousa, Tim Fortune, and 
Randy Daigle were being kept very busy. 

Finally, the ship started to pull out. Late as usual, Lori Davenport 
and Kathy Violette were sv/imming towards the ship. They were helped on deck 
by John Pilkington and Rick Bolduc. They got on board just as life station 
drill was about to begin. I, the Captain, made the announcement that everyone 
must immediately report with thefr lifejackets to their assigned life boat 
stations. Marcy Coolen, Jackie Manizza, Matt Trant, Todd BelangerCraig 
Tingley and Lee Gondarowski were completely lost and could not find their 
stations. Fortunately, Debbie Peel and Diane Pare were able to help the 
lost souls. Cathy Barcomb and Mark Turgeon were very annoyed by having to 
put lifejackets over their new clothes. Finally, after much shuffling around, 
the drill ended. 

Jackie Dunagin announced that a backgammon tournamnet was being run by 
Pat Donohue in the aft lounge. Sue Gillespie, Scott McCuin, Dan Merrill, 

Cheryl Hart, Colleen Dolan, and Sean Cartwright rushed to participate in it. 

As this eventwas beginning, there was another anouncement over the loud 
speaker that Kathy Clark and Gina Guilmette were giving dance lessons. Showing 
up for this entertainment were Elaine Kadis, Andrea Latulippe, Allan Leahy, 
Joella Emonds, Kurt Carpenter and Lisa Raymond. Sandy Blanchette, Shelley 
Heldreth, Barb Breglia and Jon Robbins stood by and watched. 

After the day's activities were over, dinner was being served in the main 
dining room. The passengers sat at tables set by Carlene Reilly, Lynn 
DeCaro, Stephanie Wheeler, and Ann Keyes and were served by waiters,John 
Boozang, Paul Smith, Paul Gendreau, Mark Parent, Gaeton Letorneau and Bob 
Lawrence. Cocktail waitresses,Wendy Zocco, Gretchen Anderson, Kim Zachary, 
and Michelle Reilly .were kept busy serving drinks to the guests who were 
sitting by the pool watching Marcia Dougan, Gary Williams and Chris Demeo who 
were training for the Olympics by doing laps across the pool. On the other 
side of the pool, astronauts Mike Baer and Deneen Toman,were having trouble 
staying afloat. They could float in space but not in the water. 

Dinner went well especially with piano player Rob Hudson 
providing the music. The evening ended nicely except when dish¬ 
washers .Karen Bosworth, Kelly Kiernan, and Lisa Clough, broke 
two hundred dollars worth of dishes. It wasn't all their fault, 
though the incident happenedwhen Karen Debonis, Roxanne Vujs, 
and Chris Morris, now pro rollerskaters, came skating through 
the kitchen doors and into the dishwashers. Maids, Sue Jordan 
Kelly Brow, and Ann Breslin, picked up the mess while Bruce Myers 






Kevin DeFord, Kenny Gill, and Tim Kissell tried to pick up girls in 
the hall. The boys all suffered minor injuries such as pocketbook 
wounds, fingernail marks, and lip gloss across the face but were 
quickly aided by Sue Linehan, Cheryl French, and Julie Hodgdon who 
helped them down the stairs. 

We finally arrived at the first island. Taxi drivers,John Care\ 

Dana Dolloff, Charlie Bosco, Karen Choiniere and Tammy Bushey waited 
to greet their old friends and take them to their destinations. Jim 
Couture, with two of his old friends, Steve Olechnicki and John 
Neves, couln't wait to get off of the boat to have fun. 

On the other side of town, a large explosion was heard. Chemists 
Karen Houlroyd, Kevin Meunier, and Kevin Holmes blew up the building 
that they worked in. Karen had mixed the wrong chemicals and the other two 
turned up the gas too high on their latest "experiment." 



Everyone was amazed by all of the venders along the streets. On one corner 
the two members of the John human and Chris Peuker Sunglasses Corprwere selling 
sunglasses - dark,light, pink, purple, and even polk-a-dotted ones which had 
gained world recognition for Chris. On the other side of the street ^trying 
to compete with each other,venders Lee Clavette, Marty Legault, Peter Gauthier, 
and Mark Janes were selling umbrellas. Kim Peterson, Valerie Belhumeur, and 
Marie Walker were selling their artistic drawings in the parking lot. Denise 
Foraker, Kim Miles and Glenn Bastes, now Bazooka representatives, were passing 
out gum to people on the streets, trying to promote their product,.while 
dentists Carolyn Cherpack and Julie Martocchio went around taking the gum 
away as they told everyone it was bad for their teeth. 

Well, the fun filled day was over and it was time to get back on the 
ship. In the lead were Debbie Clawson,now proud owner of a peacock farm, 

Robert Giguere, tube socks salesman, and Marion Lipinski, an Avon exective. 

All of the people were boarded, and once again v/e were off. Passing 
around Bibles were Fathers Phil Milwaka, Chris Smith and Jeff Tingey. Sisters 
Lynne Clark, Amy Vitkuaskus, Tammy Treglia, and Brenda Schott, vassed out 
rosary beads to those who wanted them. 

Pat Javorski, Jody Ouellette, Billy Frederick , and Eric Oliver were 
giving tennis and golf instruction while Laurie Martin demonstrated gymnastics. 
Aileen Cross was unable to participate in any of these activities because of an 
injured arm. Jim Deragon, now a pool hustler, won Karie McGuire's bankbook, 
Rick Dombek's house and car, and Denise Mooney's diamond ring. He also won 
a partnership in Ed Spazzarini's construction company. 

On the way to the next island, we had to pass through the Bermuda Triangle. 
Nothing happened on the way there, but on the way back there was big trouble. 

As we entered the Triangle, our radio went out. James GoodwinThe Mechanic," 
said that it was only a short curcuit and he'd fix it right away. But then 
the engine went dead and all of the power failed. Lori Bedard, Tammy Butcher 
and Cheryl Nixon knew the ship was in the Bermuda Triangle and started a panic. 
Chris Lecuivre, Sharon Zanoni, Marci Shaefer, and Lisa Lemieux tried 








to jimp over-board but were saved by Brian Donnelly, Neil Beaulieu, Paul 
Czarnicki and Ken Prior. John Burnham and Ed Bemis , the engineers, tried 
desperately to fix the ship, but they couldn't get a spark out of the engine. 

The ship, by some mysterious force,slowly floated toward the center of the 
Triangle. An island appeared on the horizon, and the ship was being drawn 
directly toward it. The ship went aground on the island. 

There was an old Victorian mansion on the island but nothing else. 

Suddenly, the door swung open;out came Dan Gainey and his assistants, Linda 
Maier, Tim McGlew and Julie Mager, all jumping up and down and laughing 
cynically. "I told you it would work,"yelled Dan". They laughed at me but I'll 
have the last laugh!" 

It seemed that Dan had worked for the government on a power ray but had 
gone mad. He was mad at everyone on the ship because he hadn't received an 
invitation, but it turned out that he had killed the postman, Peter Gogus, who 
had tried to deliver it. Pat Kuzmickus, now the owner of Tonka Toys, Inc., 
offered him a lifetime supply of Tonka trucks, but he refused. Finally, Maureen 
Haley became bored of being held hostage and jumped Dan and his 'assistants. 

We made him reverse the power ray and let us leave. 

There was a big party the last night on board. Karen Raynor, Cheryl 
Holeman and Loretta Maticke put up the decorations which they had spent most 
of the trip planning and making. 

The tables were set with the best china and gold flatware by Stephanie 
Yavorasky, Glenda Gottlieb, Brenda Laferriere, and Kathy Matheson. There 
were plenty of hors d'ouvres made by Patricia Nadeau and Ramona Nitch. The 
attire varied greatly. Cindy Chartier, Kristen Holtz and Sue Pelligrinelli 
came in jeans while Laura Jouzaitis, Anne Zarcaro, and Laura Chamberlain came 
in evening gowns. Rich Ashley cam.e as a fuzzy rabbit, Michelle Jacques as 
a bum and Steph Wheeler as a ghost. When asked why, they replied,"Sue 
Bugai said it was a costume party." Talk about gullible! 

The next morning was spent looking at the yearbook and going 
over superlatives, teachers, autographs and exchanging addresses. 

At two o'clock the ship pulled back into port. The 
passengers said final goodbyes and left. The cleanup crew found 
some Strang things going on. Laura Plourde had an awful time 
waking Kyle Sidway up when she was cleaning his room because he still had 
visible affects of last night's champagne. Tammy Butcher caught Karen Murphy 
and Cindy Beeler, who shared a room, in the act of taking some "souveniers". 

One was taking towels and the other was taking wash cloths. 

Barb Doucette was going to the bar to clean it up when she caught 
Marie Plander "borrowing" a dozen shot glasses, a dozen champagne glasses 
and a soda-water bottle, all which bore the U.S. Patriot emblem. Luckily, 
she stopped her before she put the objects into a large suitcase filled with 
newspaper. Barb then heard faint mumblings behind the bar. She went back 
there and discovered Theresa Montminy for whom last night's party had 
apparently never ended. Stephanie Keely was one of the last on board. She 
was doing the final cleaning up. 

A good time was had by all and everyone on board was glad to be back on 
United States Soil. 






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L to R: H.Stankiewicz, M.Wilkos, L. McCarthy,K.Cressotti 
B.Anderson , T.Perdue , T.Buckley,S.Krajewski ,C .Wenzel 


K. Parakilas 


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Majorettes 


Top row: D. Peel, C. Reid 

Middle Row: S.Peel, Mrs. Hargraves, D. Demay 
First row: C. Bizier, C. Golden, P.Kent, K.Debonis 





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Coach 
D'Amato 


Row L to R: E. Manning^ D. Tadiello, D. Lovingston, A.Mowrg 
E. Broderick, L.Leventhal 
Row L to R: K. Vassalotti, J. O'Meara, A. Fusco 

K. Begley, J. Halish, E. Sidway, D. Massey 
Row L to R: M. D'Amato, G. Gottlieb, K.Brantner 

L. Schollard, A. Romano, T. Tohey, L. Gourinski 


L.Owen 


P.McKiernan 
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1st Row L to R: M. Chodorowski; Mgr., D. Toman, P.Rivard, 

S. Pelligrinelli, S. Bugai, P. Javorski, M.Massey, L.Kaupin. 
2nd Row L to R: C. Cherpak, Mgr., L.Turcotte, S. Meyers, A.Zarcaro, 
J. Ouellette, L. Moore, A. Mornault, Coach N.Nealon 


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Top Row L —R: Cosch, Mr . CowIgs / M . Finnorty / D. SuthGi'lsnd / 
R.SilvGr, M.Frigo, S.Chaput,M.MartiuGZ, T.Giordano, 

M.Johnson,S.Palmor,P.Lynch, T.PGUckor. 

Bottom Row: D.Drapoau, T.Baldyga,D. TgsRg,M.J annoy, 

P.Caruso, V.Massoy, K.Marino, B. Showokis. 


Bottom Row LtoR: Coach Bourassa; Mgr.L.PlamontG, 
M.Jordan,M.Lipinski,B.Galarani,M.Harrington, 
Mgr. K.Parakilas 












Back Row: L to R: J. Finnerty, C. Smith; K. Sidway, 

J. Weidl, P. Gendreau, M. Baer, C. Varnet, Coach, 

P.Clarkin 

Front Row: J. Boozang; C.DeMeo, B. Villani, S. Clark 
G. Letourneau, P.Smith, M. Trant, M. Parent. _ 
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Back Row L to R: Mgr. M. Hall, T. Banahan, J. Pilkington, 

A. McDonald, S. Kaupin, B. Widun, J. Couture, J. Fizel, 

P. Mawaka, M. West, C. Hebert B. Donnelly, R. Daigle, 

R. Bolduc, T. Tourville, D. Boulette, K. O'Coin, M. Smith, 
Coach Keller, Coach Andrychowski 


Front Row: E. Oliver, M. Green, P. Goguts, R. Grant, D. Leitao, 

B. Sizemore, J. Edwards , T. Spicer, C. Peucker, J.Lamere, 

R. DiBella, C. Orifice, K. Gill, C. Lempitsky, Mgr M. Barile 

Captains B. Sizemore, J. Edwards, T. Spicer, C. Peucker. 


























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A.Reynolds, K. Golden, 
E. Sidway, J.Folger 

2nd Row L to R (standing) 


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P.Donohue, (Manager) J.Halish, A. Romano, T. Waterman, M.Kelleher 
L.Hoinoski, D.Villani, K. Brantner, S.Pond, Mrs. Ottman 
























Top Row: Coach Bourassa, 

M.Martinez,J. ONeil. 

P.Moore,S.Daniels,J.Kumpa 
Bottom Row: D.Crosby,C.Janney 
B.Chaves.Lynch,M.Foucette, 
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Top Row:B.Doucette,E.3arberie,L.Maticke 
M.Coolen,P.Folger. 

Bottom Row: L.Maggio,J.Martacchio,Capt. 
K.Orfitelli, J.Manizza,Capt.L.Macolusc 















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Front Row (L to R): 

J.Dunagin, S. Rabb, C,Reiser, Co-Capt C.Morris, Co .Capt .M. Haleg, C.Hart 
L.Moore, 5. Bugai 

Back Row (L to R) 


W.Hatch, A. O'Connor, M.Manion, MtWakelee, S. Robichaud, 
A. Keyes, S. Wheeler, Coach C.Lauria 





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Top row: L to R. R. Keller^ S.McNulty ^ W. Nagle, C.Peucker, 
B. Donnelly, J.Edwards, K. Curry, M. Turgeon 

Bottom Row: L to R: R.Pion,P.Gendreau,A.Spicer 
W.Villani, M.Baer, K. Sidway 


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9th Grade 


Pdvison : A.Albano, J.MacArthur 


Advisor: A. Bloonhercr 

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Ski Club Advisors 


R. Askin 
R. Bell 
G. Breault 
G. Cove 
J. Dowsett 
N. Dyer 


j, Faulkner 

j. Fisher 
J. Garrity 
B. Haley 
G. Kennedy 
J.MacArthur 
E. Nacewicz 




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Mr. Bungard,Mr.Wilber, Mrs. Scullg, Mrs. Langlois 


T.Cutter, S.Barrett, K.Fisher,R.Sylvester, T.Holden 
D.Batchelder, G. Stewart. 


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Vie, Sue Linehan, Lori Martin ^ Kathy Downs, and Michelle Jacques, 
leave Mr. Citron a book. How to Match Your clothes. 


I, Patti Kuzmickas, leave Mr. LaBreck the pieces of graduated 
cylinders and test tubes that I wasn't suppose to but did break, and a 
set of gremlins to run his T.V. and recite his favorite words, "I don't 
know". 

Miss MacArthur would like to leave to Chris Varnet, Bill Villani and 
Tim Vaillancourt a waste basket full of tiny pieces of paper with which to 
play their morning game. 

We, Kerri Orfitelli and Carlene Riley, leave Mr. Girard the 
"Matchmaker Award" for all the wonderful matchmaking he has done for us 
throughout the year. 

I, Chris English, leave Mrs. Trainer a pad and pencil to write my 
name over and over again so she will stop calling me by my brother's name. 

We, Kevin Meunier, Steve Clark, Lori Macaluso, Loretta Matieke, 

Gaeton Letourneau, and Jimmy Weidl, leave Mr. Krautcuk with the memory of 
our well behaved class and hope he will use us an example for his future 
classes. 

We, Linda Maier and Sue Read, leave Mr. Sunter a Steve Martin Album 
for a "Wild and Crazy Guy". 

We, Marcia Dougan, Patti Kuzmickas, and Gerri Pehl, leave Mr. Cove 
a book of theorems and postulates that we made up. They were completely logical 
but we could never use them. 

We, Karen Avery, Brenda Bartlett, Barbara Breglia, and Debbie Rubacha, 
leave Philip Mawaka and John Luman the seats in lunch they wanted so badly. 

I, Jodi Ouellette, leave Miss Skirvan all of the notes I wrote while 
she thought I was reading. 

We, Gary Williams, Tom Cwikla, Mike Naylor and Matt Surapine leave 
Mr. Sweet the following groups: The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Jefferson 
Airplane, The Grateful Dead, and the Doors. With this we hope he will 
discard Poco. 










I, Miss Davis^ leave Kyle Sidway a whistle so he can communicate with 
the birds better. 

I, Debbie Rubacha, finally leave Mr. Cove for good. 

I, Laura Plourde, leave Mr. Connors a new set of books in hopes that 
his next class will read them. 

We, Kristine Keleher, Darlene Celino, and Tammy Treglia, return our 
"Bad Attitudes" to Mr. Demers so that he can use them on other good students 
who were as underserving of themas we were. 

We, Laura Plourde and Lisa Raymond, leave Mr. Cowles a peace pipe to 
smoke with his American Indian classes in hopes that there will be peace! 

We, Alicia O"Connor and Sue Drummery, leave Mr. Fenton a batch of new 
passes for all of the times he didn't have any and we had to make our own. 


I, Terry Regan leave Mrs. Spink all of my math problems and I had 
plenty!. 

We, Glenda Gottlieb and Pat Javorski, leave our biology teacher, Mr. 
Demers, a hearing aide for all of the times that we lost our voices trying 
to get his attention. 

We, Caroline Thompson and Barb Doucette, leave to Mr. Bourassa, one 
round house and a Cumberland Farms. 

We, Jackie Shick and Sue Linehan, leave Mr. Wood a special "Thanks" 
for helping us get through the 8th grade. 

We, MaryBeth Walsh and Kathy Mathewson,finally leave the school. 

Yeah!! 

We, the ninth graders of 1980, leave the future classes in hopes that 
they will change the directions in the hub. 

I, Amy Morneault, leave Mr. LaBreck a white cap and apron so he can 
audition for the part of the "Pillsbury Dough Boy". 

We, Mrs. Dum.ais' yearbook class, leave her a lottery ticket in hopes 
that she will win'_ so she can buy a pair of shoes instead of a shoe and a 
slipper. 

I, Denise Mooney, leave Patrice McKiernan, Karen Swanson, Jule O'Mara, 
and Chris Warner the phrases, "To Be Real", Get a Grip", and "Hey, Dude". 

We, Lori Martin, Chris Morris, Laura Plourde, Lisa Raymond, Theresa 
Meunier, and Jackie and Jeanna Mittica, leave the school a gourmet cook in 
hopes that the lunches will be better. 

Miss MacArthur leaves Marty Green an alarm clock so Jim Weidl can get 
to school on time. 



Mr. Hoza is left a 500 piece jigsaw puzzle which when put together 
will be a solid white, 18" by 24" rectangle. It may be easier to put 
together than some of his others. 

I, Jackie Schick, leave this school with some of my most fondest 
memories of the super-great times I had, and the truly beautiful people 
with whom I shared them. 

We, Tammy Treglia and Colleen O^Grady, leave to Mr. Askin all of the 
excitement and enthusiasm that we never showed in his class. 

We, the varsity field hockey team, leave next year's varsity 10 minutes 
less of practice so they can get the hot water that we never got to use. 

I, Andrea LatuJippe, leave Mr. Sweet the book which ne definitely can 
use , L earning to Sing with Little Effort . 

We, Sue Bugai and Sue Pelligrinelli, would like to leave Miss Nealon 
a pair of bloomers which fit but we couldn't find any. 

We, Terry Regan and Chris Gates, leave Mrs. Ferrante a whole book of 
sums and a book on language. 

We, Steve Clark, Paul Smith, Rick Bolduc and Bill Sizemore, leave Mr. 
Cove a hearing aide in hopes that he will catch the future ninth graders 
fooling around in the back of the ruom. 

I, Sue Linehan, leave Janice Maznicki the chairmanship of the Itty 
Bitty Committee and hope she will carry on the tradition. 

We, Laura Caouette and Jodi'' Pelligrino, leave Mr. Plamondon a bag 
of lollipops for all of the one s he ate on Mr. Elliott. 

I, Lynn DeCaro, leave Mrs. Ivanisin the names "Princess" and "Little 
One" in hopes that she will find some deserving 8th grader to give them 
to. 


We, Mr. Demer's Science Aides, leave him a pack of batteries in hopes 
the clock in his office will run on time. 

We, Mr. Sweet's 6th period class, leave him because we have places 
to go, people to see, and things to do. 

I, Marty Green, leave the book I Love Myself to Doug Ciemniewski in 
hopes that he will carry on the tradition. 

I, Kathy Violette, leave Mr. Breither with the satisfaction that he 
still doesn't know who wrote those notes. 

I, Barbara Breglia, leave Mr. Ferguson the words, "It was Karen" 
because it always was. 





vie, Gerri Pehl and Pattie Kuzmickas,leave Mr. Haley, our home room 
teacher, a tape recording of the Pledge of Allegiance that can be played 
in high volume (not that we expect him to be satisfied). 

We, Sue Linehan, Lori Martin, Kathy Downs and Michele Jacgues, leave 
Mr. Citron a tank full of fish so he can leave the ones in 16W alone!1 

I, Pat Javorski, leave Mr. Demers his red pen that I dropped in his 
sink during class. 

We, Amy Vitkauskas and Tammy Treglia, leave Mr. Plamondon some encour¬ 
agement that maybe someday he'll have a whole class which will take gym 
all at once. 

We, Andrea Latulippe, Sue Linehan and Kerri Orfitelli, leave Mr.Bell 
all of our excuses for not helping him in his office. 

We, Debbie Rubacha and Karen Avery, leave Mr. Elliott a razor and 
shaving cream 

I, Jodi Ouellette, leave Miss Nealon the name "Keg" in hopes that 
she'll have as much fun embarrassing next year's varsity goalie at the 
awards' assembly as she did before. 

We, Sue Bodardus, Lynne Clark, Diane Pare, Elaine Kadis, Debbie Peel, 

Lori Bedard, and Lisa Kask, leave next year's ski club 10 blizzard coupons 
redeemable at anytime. 

The foreign language department is left "The Bee" for Mrs.Ward's terrific 
selection of assembly programs. 

I, Cindy Beeler, leave Mrs. Wojciehowski a Southern accent. 

I, Scott Kaupin, leave Miss Kennedy all of her day old newspapers. 

We, Bill Villani, Jim Weidl, and the fifth period class, leave Mr. Bojarski 
an electronic football game. 

We, Dianne Pare', Lynne Clark, and Debbie Peel, leave Mr. Pastore a rag 
to clean next year's "scuffs". 

We, Miss Lauria's old 7th and 8th grade team, leave her five extra guys 
in the hall. 

We, Lori Bedard and Sue Bugai, leave Mr. Andy a megaphone so he can 
scream even louder. 

We, Sue Linehan and Jodi Ouellette, leave Mr. Stoll a box full of 
juicy notes that he can read in front of the class. 

We the ninth graders leave all 8th graders good luck in Mr. Milroy's 
class. You're "gonna" need it! 



vie, Steve Clark, John Boozang, and Mark Turgeon, leave Miss Rgba 
permanent desks and chairs out in the hall for her future students who 
will find themselves getting lectured out there. 

I, Karen Houlroyd, leave to next yearns ninth graders the incentive 
to carry on my tradition and find as many ways as humanly possible to beat 
the system. 

I, Bob Sylvester, leave my gymsuit to Mrs. Ivanisin so she can take 

gym. 


We, Sue Myers and Tina Sinacore, Leave Mr. Fenton, Mr. Hoza, Mrs. 
Hargraves and Mr. Bucalo that special day full of favorable memories that 
"We 'll never forget!" 

I, Brenda Hoyt,leave to Mr. Paluck a big "thank you" in hopes he will 
always be understanding. 

I, Lori Warnock, leave all of the teachers who lean up against the 
walls a life-size stand-in so that they can have a rest when they are 
"keeping the walls from falling over." 

We, Karen Avery and Terry Majowitz, leave Ms. Stillo a collection of 
igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks. 

I, Pam Senate, leave Mr, Girard the orange from Florida that he never 

got. 


We, Laurie Barile, Anne Zarcaro, Amy Morneault, Lynne Kaupin, and 
Julie Mager, leave our group "The Wad Squad' to all you future wads. 

We, Kathy Kinney and Marcia Dougan/leave Mr. Ferguson with the reminder 
that Red House is still standing despite our efforts in I.P. S. to the 
contrary. 

We, Miss Lauria's 78-79 team, leave her still wondering who signed her 
up for the "Kristy McNichol Fan Club". 

We, the ninth graders in the Cast of "Feathertop", leave Mr. Fenton 
all the headaches that we gave him. 

I, Kim Petersen, leave Mr. "B" a new pass in hopes that he will have 
mercy on future students and use it in years to come. 

We, the band members, leave Mr. Climan a very larege sum of money so 
that when the faculty has another diet contest he can pay his weekly dues. 

I, Tracey MacDonald, leave Mrs. Stevens with my little sister to do all 
her secretarial work. 

We, Lori Martin and Loretta Matieke, leave Mr. LaBreck a two week art 
course in hopes that someday his classes will be able to figure out what 
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FRONT ROW: B.Sylvester, V.P. Blue House^ Mr.Sampson, advisor, 
Mike Martinez, V.P. White House 
Middle Row: M.Chodorowski ,Secretary; L.Stewart, V.P. Red Hous_ 
Top Row: S.Myers, President 








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