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Highlander 1966

Highland Springs High School, Highlander 1966 Yearbook

RED CROSS EXTENDS

RED CROSS EXTENDS GOODWILL TO SOUTH AMERICA President ............................................................. Linda Tomasek Vice-president......................................................... Linda Bricker Secretary .............................................................. Peggy Truman Treasurer.................................................................. Warren Pace The Red Cross, sponsored by Mrs. Roberta Cleland, held one business meeting a month, at which projects were planned to help needy people. Lives o f many South American children were brightened by friendship boxes which the club sent to them, and veterans at M cG uire Hospital in Richmond were cheered by letter w riting p o rtfolios made by the club. As another constructive project o f the club, the members presented first aid kits to the home economics and industrial arts departments. Through projects such as these, the Red Cross fulfilled its purpose as a service organization. Red Cross president, Linda Tomasek, and vice-president, Linda Bricker, plan for their next meeting. Members of the Red Cross assemble for honorary recognition of their projects as a service organization. 76

i The F.H.A. members, composing the largest club in the school, take time out from class to have a group shot made with fellow club members. F. H. A. HOLDS OPEN HOUSE IN SPRING President ......................... Dickie Deboe Vice-President.........................Lea Ennis S ecretary.........................Cynthia Hord Treasurer .................... Ambra Martin The Future Homemakers of A m erica provided opportunities fo r any girls wishing to further their homemaking skills. Mrs. Elizabeth Mock and Mrs. Judith Joh'enning, sponsoring the group, strove to make the afternoon meetings interesting and inform ative sessions. Planned activities fo r the year included a special guest speaker, Mrs. P. E. Jones of Sandston, who spoke on "Individuality Counts;" an open house planned and managed by the girls themselves; and discussion groups on manners and morals and individuals, with particular reference to Springer students. In accordance with their discussions on morals and individuality, a bulletin board asking "W h o am I, where am I going?" was put up. As a fund raising project, the F.H.A. members sold stationery. Requiring only previous enrollment in a home economics class and a genuine interest, the F.H.A. claimed the largest membership of any organization within the school. As Brenda Bailey puts the finishing touches on her dress, Diane Trainum waits to use the sewing machine. 77

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