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Lhorale (9,10,11,12),

Lhorale (9,10,11,12), Volleyball (9,10,11), Student Development (9,10,11,12), Electronic music and Synthesizer (12) H H Be kindly Wanderer through this Garden's ways. Nor let thine indignation prompt thy Hand to Cast Revengeful Stones. Because perchance on Imperfection thou hast found Some flower laid low or warn Some tree Bearing no Fruit, Some scene o'erwrought. Some theme my whim abhors. Some strange defect. Thy skill would ne'er let be, The Gardener toiled to make his Garden fair, Most for thy Pleasure. -Anonymous I ain't quiet-everybody else is too loud. -The Who 84

T Drama Club (9,10), Stage Crew (9), Health Careers Club (10,12), Stamp Club (10,12), Track Trainer (9), Student Development (9,10) Why should we be in such desperate haste to succeed and in such desperate enterprises? If a man does not keep pace with his companions perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer Let him step in the music which he hears however measured, or far away. -Henry David Thoreau J 85

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