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Fort Covington sun. (Fort Covington, N.Y.) 1934-1993, July 03, 1986, Image 5

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y tha'M\'31st iVnnnal Commencement . .. .. X^X ^•ttlHPm. ^^InHHl^m. * TME TWENTY-SEVENTH JNDRED AND EIGHTY-SIX s an ex- \h given of the Russell: wth the getting >u have that a ishman *st visit d never sria and ith the walked empty >r some- •der. Of 5. Imag- n, food d there ungier all he o go to chose d. That e illus- •ia that rtunity counter • words, afeteria wrought and get ing be- ask you ; is, nor Is are, n, what >w you ast has gically, too many choices are in- fluenced by these concerns. However, life does not re- gard these factors as per- ^ tinent, but invites you to, the cafeteria and says,* \Choose.\ What choices do you' want to make? What dreams do you have? What would you really like to* accomplish with you life if you knew what was pos- sible? Have you learned that your self image sets limits upon your ability to dream and your beliefs can achieve your dreams? According to William James, the father of Amer- ican psychology, most peo- ple use only about eight to ten percent of their ability in entire lifetime. Some researchers claim that we use less than one percent of our ability. In your educational journey, you have probably learned that the experts disagree about many things, but on one point they unanimous- ly agree, our success de- pends on the way we think. We are where our thoughts have brought us, and we are going to be where our thoughts will take us. The right use of our freedom is to exercise our choice according to the highest and best in life %- July 3,1986-Fort Covmgton Sun-Fort CoVingibn, N.Y.-Pa§e 5 r L^****1 *Jarti t« Nick Russell, President of the Senior Class, \You are learning that life is a cafeteria and that success is served cafeteria style and that you can choose what you want if you are willing \ thieve- ience. arned jents; agents gents. :s, he agents th 11 Burl. Native •ship: cGo- nbus Co- $100 ardon and Brad Almond.* A $500 schoalrship is given to the child or grandchild of a member of the Whitman VFW, Whitman, Massachu- setts: Lisa Andresen. The Russian Achievement Awards of $1000: Paul Ghos- tlaw, Christine Perkins, and JeffPremo. The Westville Homemakers award of $25: Brenda Tall man. The Malone Office Products Award: Shirley Fullum and Katrina White. A $50.00 Memorial Award in memory of the late James, Dempsey: Tracy Burl. CSEA Charles Benware '•\•' • J ' :•/•' I Enoch Kim, Valedictorian, n \There are some of us who •L* , did not receive any special ^^ J recognition, but we still ^ ^ know, within ourselves, \ t $ that we did achieve some- thing special \ 3| SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Nick Russell Vice President Candy Cooke Secretary Treasurer Darlene Grant Student Council Representative .... Christine Perkins Student Council Alternate Paul Ghost law Senior Class Advisor Mr Glenn Bissell SCHOOL MOTTO Knowledge. Under ^tandim]. Truth USHERS Members of C/u^s of 1987 * St. Ann, Karen Smiddy. Thomas * Trcmblay. Dennis + White, Scott Savage. Ann Sturgeon, Evelyn Tremblay, Michael Wood. Dav»d * SEIDEL, SUZANNE Swamp, Glenn White, Brian Wood, Wade + Slocum. Cheryl Tallman, Brenda Wni{e> Katrina Yaddow, Angela Regents with Honors in Capitals * NYS Regents Diploma + North Franklin Educational Center Certificates Memorial Award, Stacey The Seaway Valley Wom- Cunninham. en's Club $150 Scholarship: CSEA Hugh Johnson Me- Sharon Reardon. morial Award, Alan Gardner. Board of Education Scholar- CSEA Thomas C. Cava- shi P s - Candy Cooke and Shir- naugh Memorial Award, Lisa le Y Fullum. Cavanaugh. Christopher Inglee Memo- CSEA Jesse Sherwood rial Scholarship: Michael Award, Divided among the Cantwell. The Francis E. Donahue c ^forsofSt Regis Mission Award of $25* Enocb Kim Scholarship and the St. Regis The Court Ave Maria local ^ 1S ? lon l^ ol ^ S ^3° berta annual award of $250.00: Meg Cook and David Wood. McElwain Davld p y ke Memonal Andrew W. Cook American Sc ^J*± P A ^ ma JoneS / M Legion Scholarship R>st#1479 Thomas C Cavanaugh Me- Ai^Qx* Memorial Scholar- m ? nal Scholarship: Enoch ship American Legion Post 5?' T wr • o t. » ^- #1479: Roberta Cook and . ^.l Weir Scholarship Carrie Jacobs, Award: Lisa vV^, •*\ -^ ON T M M T - * * \ ^>- ^ \~ - W s*f ? 7* <\ II I

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