She marched with the band on the Pom-Pom Squad until she dreamed her pom-poms were bouncing around the room because a ghost was using them.
He was a tennis player and 1st chair trumpet player junior and senior year in high school.
She was the Features Page Editor for the Southfield Jay student newspaper, a member of Business Professionals of America and a doubles player on the tennis team.
Laina (Thomas) Tallerico
She was the libero on the varsity volleyball team and a catcher / second-baseman on the softball team.
She was in a production of "Hello Dolly."
She was a band geek in junior high.
Her nickname was “Slugger.”
She was voted as the "Senior Class Sweetheart."
She was president of the J.O.T.S. (Junior Office Training Society) and a member of Journalism / Yearbook Class.
He was President of the 'Key Club' (service club).
She was in Art Club.
She was voted "Class Favorite" 2 years in a row (9th and 10th Grade).
Patty Mc Owen
She attended a Catholic school.
She was ranked #36 by the United States Tennis Association in Middle States Division and #11 by New Jersey Tennis Association in 1989.
Ask Andreea what her fun fact from school was the next time you see her!
She was on the drill team.
She was president of the Glee Club.
She was on the yearbook staff.
She met her husband in choir during her Junior year.
Her feet never touched the floor when she was sitting in a desk.
She received a basketball scholarship for Winston Salem State University.
She was “Bat Girl” for the baseball team and on Prom Committee for a couple of years.
Her hair never moved — it was hard as a rock.
She was an Air Force brat and attended 3 different high schools in this grade.
She "sang" in high school chorus.
She was voted “Employee of the Year” at Cold Stone Creamery.
She was a cheerleader.
She was on the track and basketball teams, in the mass communication club and editor of the yearbook staff.
She was the varsity volleyball captain.
The chicks digged his car in high school.
He won an intramural volleyball game with a pterodactyl scream.
She used to stop and pet the fake ducks outside of the school building before walking in every morning.
He was a complete band / choir / theater geek.
She hid alarm clocks in the ceiling tiles of each classroom and set them all off at the same time as a senior prank... she still graduated.
He was most likely to be found in the band room and on a sports team.
Ask Kirsten what her fun fact from school was the next time you see her!
She was voted "Most Musical" and still plays the french horn.
She played the flute.
She was nicknamed “Grizzly Bear” on the soccer team for her ability to maul down the competition.
He was recognized / labeled as "artistically gifted" and won several student awards in filmmaking and visual art.
He was an avid wakeboarder throughout high school, was in the German club, and played guitar in a ska band (with no horns).
He played all state football, basketball and baseball.
Chicago Public Schools, Class of 1974 "Most Likely to Take a Life."
She carried a video camera with her almost every day her senior year to share at her reunion.
He won the award for "Most Fabulous Mullet" at his reunion.
He dressed up as St. Nicholas in high school one year. (Ask him to show you the picture, he didn't skip a single detail.)