2000 Waynesville High School Yearbook

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Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while and leave footprints on our hearts. And we are never, ever the same. Source Unknown

TIME Of YOUR LIFE!!

CLASS OF 2000

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Tessa Allen

Jeffrey Baker

Tracey Baldwin

Patrick Barney

Tiffany Bayes

Kristen Beckett

Adrienne Bennett

Blair Bingham


Aischa Bitzenhofer

Curtis Blaho

Theodore Borgerding

Allyson Bowman

joseph Bradley

Zachary Brinley

Stephanie Brown

David Bunch

Nicholas Byrd 3


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Lisa Cooke

Matthew Corley

Brandon Couch

Farrah Couch

joseph Creamer

Brian Critz

Gary Cupp

Carrie Dakin

Laura Davis


Benjamin D enlinger

Kenny Dermer

Anna]o Edwards

Angela Elam

Brooke Fortener

Stephanie Frantz

Leslie Freeman

Cassie Friend

Shannon

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Jeremy Fulwiler

Erica Gadd

Zachary Gallagher

Nicholas Garrett

Tara Giambri

Charlene Gilliland

Sean Goodyear

Alison Gottschall

Sean Gradel


Jennifer Griffith

David Harris

Matthew Hiatt

jessica Hupe

Courtney Hurst

justin Irvin

Lyle james

Andrea ]ent

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Lorri johnson

Amber jones

jennifer Kapper

Kelly Keeton

Tracee Kendall

Bert Kidd

Ronald Kronenberger

Amanda Lamb

Marion Laymaster


jason Linville

jason Locke

Alicia Lykins

Kassie Maines

Christopher Marr

Rebecca Mayer

Kristie McCloud

Freddi McKenzie

Matthew McLaughlin 9


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Krystal Meixner

Trisha Merris

Kristin Miller

Andrea Nelson

Andre Neumann

Ashley Parriman

William Pennington

Warren Perdue

Christopher Pooler


Matthew Purkey

Lindsey Raab

M egan Ralph

Nathan Rasper

Rachel Ray

Tiffany Reinemann

Erin Robertson

Andrew Robillard

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Heather Rommes

Stacy Rosell

Philip Ruse

john Russell

Jonah Shaver

Donald Smith

Amanda Spencer

Kevin Steinbrugge

Ashley Stubbs


Dean Tharr

Miguel Thompson

Deanna Tweel

Eric Wainscott

Rebekah Werner

Andrew Whitaker

joseph Whitsel

Heath Whittamore

David Williams 13


Bradley Wilson

julie Wilson

joshua Wolf

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NOT PICTURED jennifer Brown Fredrick Flagstad Robin Hall Wand.a Hall Matthew jordan Steven Mitchell Amanda Petticrew joseph Smith Shannon Todd Christina West Robert Woo/rid e

Class Reps: Tmcee Kent/411, jessica llupe, Ted Borgerding, Erin Robertson

Class Favorites Colors: Blue and Gold Song: Time ofyour Life by Green Day Flower: White Rose Class Officers: President Zach Brinley, Vice President J essica Hupe, Treasurer Tiffimy Reinemamz, Secretay Erin Roberston, Publicity Chair Farrah Coud1

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WARREN COUN TY

Deanna Tweel Allied Health Tech Prep II

Auto Collision II

Eric Wainscott Automotive Technology II

Tracey Balawin Computer Business Management II

Computer Business Management II

Sliannon Fuls Culinary Arts II

Electricity II

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Automotive Technology II

Billy Pennington Computer Business Management II

Amanda Spencer Health Occupation II


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Joshua Wolf Precision Machining II

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Nick Byrd Welding and Fabrication II

Welding and Fabrication II

NOT PICTURED Jennifer Brown Occupation Work Experience II Kassie Maines Automotive Technology II Stacy Rosell Allied Health Tech Prep II

Power Equipment

Welding and Fabrication II

Shannon Todd Early Childhood Educat1on II

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Leesa Barbosa and Jessica Buckland Health Occupations I

Rachel Ritter Landscape Des1gn I

Andrea Elam Travel and Banking I

Med1cal Office Technology I

Michael Shyers Precision Machining I NOT PlCTUBED Jeremy Perdue Auto Collision I Murray Dav1dson Carpentry I Joshua Meadows Carpentry I

m ruesdale Welding and Fabrication I

Dustin Sm1th Masonry I

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JUNIORS

Molly Allen Jerad Ames Angie Baker Lisa Barbosa Jamie Barton Patrick Beatty Brett Beckett Chelsea Bellman Thomas Bellman Colin Bennett Michael Benton Rhonda Borgerding Kyle Bors Fance Brannock Kimberlee Bromer Jessica Buckland Chnsty Burns Rebekah Campbell Junior Castle Katherine Clark Robert Combs Jeffrey Cooper Nicholas Couch Aaron Dimbath Morgan Eberg Jennifer Ferguson Michael Flowers

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Jenntfer Lyons Thomas Mayer John Mclaughlin Robert McMullen Amy Measel Matthew Messer Emily Mockabee James Monds Kristina Moore Anna Murley Knsttn Nuscher Marie Osborne Zachary Parks Jamie Parsons Erica Patton Jeffrey Pennington Leah Pennington Paul Phillips

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Class Reps: President Colin Bennett, V1ce President Karis Walblay, Secretary Jam1e Barton, Treasurer Scott Sesslar, Bussmess Manager Thomas Mayer

Student Counc1l: Leslie Zate , Adam Fosnaugh , Colin Bennett, Kans Walblay

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Aaron Adams Jenifer Adk1ns Dav1d Albers Manjo Bailey Chris Baker

Joshua Beam Callie Becker Ashley Biteman Paul Boesenberg

Anne Brinkman Spencer Brown Ryan Bunnell

Lorie Campbell Jami Chenoweth

Erin Clifton

Catherine Cole Kyle Combs Benjamin Creamer Michelle Cunningham Kelly Currin

Daniel Daoust Murray Davidson Brandon Deaton Richard de Ia Cruz

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Cory Deters Jennifer Donofrio Brandon Duley David Egnor Andrea Elam

Ashlea England Brett Fiedler Brandon F1scher Brandon Frantz

Kurtis Frazier Sixto Frias Micheal Frost

Jonathan Frye Danielle Gadd

Jackie Galyon Mary Graham Laura Green Sarah Grimes James Hale Susan Hall Jason Hartsook Joshua Haws Ova Hendrix Brittany Hogan Justin Holman Jeanne' Hood Pryce Hounshell Scott lhle Todd Isaac Spencer lvie Alisha James Amy Jent

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Christopher Jones Marcus Jordon Evan Keller Krystal Kerr Mark Ketzel Jacob Lacon Danielle Lainhart Karen Laymaster Matthew Letts Matthew Lindauer Brandon Longacre Jason Looney Lindsay Luti M1chael Lutz Stephenie Marlow Rebecca McCloud Joshua Meadows Tiffanie Mellott Raeanna Miller EliJah Mockabee Hilary Moore Ladawnya Moore Lynnette Morley Jason Mortara Angela Mound Melissa Newton Ryan Perdue Hannah Purkey Alisha Reed Justin Regginello Scott Reinemann April Ridinger Mary Robillard Julie Rommes David Rose Andrew Shipman Brian Shockley Michael Shyers Kristen Smith Steven Spencer Bryan Stubbs Jonathon Stubbs

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Jeffrey Styers Amy Tackett Stephen Taylor Jessica Tmcher Jason Tirey Joshua Tirey Kristen Tweel Andrew Whipp Jill Whitsel Travis Willis BenJamin Wood Ryan Young

Danielle Gadd, Lynnette Morley

you a taste of my cheesy p1zza?''

President Laura Green, V1ce President Rebecca Mcloud, Secretary Hannah Purkey, Treasure Raeanna Miller, Bus~ness Manager Karen Laymaster

''What do you mean, I can't eat in class?"

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na sm1le for the camera.

Take a look at our war historians.

"Am late to class?"

"We'll trade you th1s magical dollar for just five dollars".

"Oh, dear."

CLASS OF 2002 RULES!!!!!!!!

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II Paul and Pat love Hawaii.

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ndrea lbers Tanya lexander Ashley \lford Jcnatha Ame~ Tina nderson tC\ e ndn!\\ s Gary Atkms Brandon Back K) lc Back .\ndrew Baker Matthe\\ B,tker Cand1ce Ballard dam Bentley Mary Benton Brandon Blankenship MatthC\\ Bly Josh Bylthe hnstopher Branson

Abigail Brown Oli\ia Brown Thomas Brown Michael arter A hley hamblce Ju ¡tm Coffman Jennifer Collins Brittany ol vin Benjamin Combs Rebekkah ombs teven Combs Brittan) oomer Damela Damm Megan Dolle Tn tian Dotter amuel Durbin Daniel fby T1ffanie [tlenne la1re F1t.1patrick Amber f-ord Brett Fortener Ashley Fosnaugh Rhiannon haley Danielle friend

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Jason Friend Dustin Fugate M1chael Furnas Chnstma Gilbert M11111 (,oodyear L1sa Gross Jennifer Jrotha Bnan Gruber [¡ ]izabeth Hanauer Sara llanauer Kyle IIanna Tonya !Jardin Brad Hazen ndre\\ Hensley Curt1s lletzel Brandon II iatt \ndre\\ !Iiggins Rodney Hilderbrandt

athan Hollon Alan James Austin Johnson Amy Jones Eric Jones Julie Jones Justm Kildow Jess1ca Klumb Jason Koogler Mallory Lamb Joshua Le1tch tcphan1e Le\\ 1s Megan Lumpkin Matthe\\ Lyons Megan MackO\\ay Erica Ma1er Bobby Mames Andre\\ Marshall eil Mclaughlin linton Measel Brent elson Tyler elson Matthev. Parks Tyler Parsons

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Came Patton Jarod Patton Lacey Patton Jerem:,. Perdue Cory Pnce Rachel Raab tephante Raab \dam Ra\\ l111gs Ke\tn Ray Jennifer RenfrO\\ Jeff Reynolds \shley Rtce athanial Richards Ben Roberts Besty Robillard icole Roe Jordan Ronsheim Ketth Ryczek

Andre\\ canton Tiffany chcrcr luis chondel Matthe\\ earch Matthe\\ ellis Kellen hank Bonnie iter Bradley teiner Douglas Tharr Daniel Thomp on Christina Todd Je ica Tucker Ashlee Vochringer Jennifer Vonderahe Justin Weddle Benjamin Werner Heidi West my Whttaker

Damon Whorton tephanie Willard Christine Williams Cody Wilson Emily Wood Ashleigh Wright

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Treasurer Clair f it7patnck. ~ecretary Rachel Raab. Vice Pres1dent Ashley I osnaugh. Pres1dent Matt Parks

Ashley I osnaugh. Ashleigh Wright. Rachel Raab. Rodney llilderbrandt

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Amber A K A Shorty The girls chillin' at the park.

Adam checking out the scene

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HOMECOMING SPIRIT

PYJAMA DAY FLASHBACK DAY CLASH/HAT DAY HAWAIIAN SHIRT DAY ORANGE AND BLACK

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"Clint,

What can't you say about Joe Bradley?

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meet you in the end zone."


Row 1 (Top): Coach Malcom, Coach Gabbard, Coach Woolsey, Coach Ballard; Row 2: Kitty Newsham, Cory Price, Evan Keller, Matt Bly, Brad Steiner, Brandon Hiatt, Drew Scanlon , Ben Werner, Damon Warton, Josh Blythe, Steven Spencer, Justin K1ldow, Ben Creamer, Spencer Brown; Row 3: Eli Mockabee , Warren Perdue, Clinton Measel, Nathan Ryan, Rod Hilderbrandt, Clinton Randall, Adam Fosnaugh, Kyle Bors, Jun1or Castle, B. J Truesdale, Andre Nuemann, Tommy Scanlon, Todd Isaacs; Row 4: Ryan Creamer, Ted Borgerding, Jeremy Fulwiler, Josh Roe , Zach Gallagher, Nathan Rasper, Brian Critz, Joe Bradley, Chns Marr, Brandon Couch, Sean Gradel, David Will1ams, Matt Hiatt (not p1ctured: Kellen Shank)

All-League: Joe Bradley, Chris Marr, Kyle Bors, Ted Borgerding, Brandon Couch, B.J. Truesdale Honorable Mention: Brian Critz

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y's everyboby always picking on me?"

Look, the Thr ee Stooges{

JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Rod the Bod.

"Hey, hey, I'm open!"

Coach Malcom sits this one out!

SCORES Oakwook Arcanum East Clinton Cedarville Southeastern Blanchester

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"NFL, here I come!"


The pregame pep talk.

SPARTAN FOOTBALL SIMPLY THE BEST!!!!!!

Oakwood Arcanum Fenwick New Miami East Clinton Cedarville Greeneview Southeastern Blanchester Clinton Massie Parkway

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#1 Playoffs 1st Since 1981

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Sen1or/Frosh Team : J. Grotha, B. Robillard , A Voehringer, A. Alford, B. Colvin, M. Ralph, L. Johnson, M. Lamb, C. Gilliland, C. Patton, J. Tucker, F. McKenz1e, S Raab, C. Todd , S. Hanauer, L. Patton, 0 . Brown, J Jones, K. Me1xner, E Hanauer, S Brown


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op ame . Ashley Alford, Amy Jones; Bottom Row. Andrea Albers, Lisa Gross, Jenatha Gross

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High School Concert Band Flute: Adrienne Bennett Lisa Cooke Knst1e McCould Ashley Measel Anna Murley Clarinet Jess1ca Bouman Morgan Eberg Caitlm Knight Beka Werner Those crazy band k1ds.

Alto Sax: Enca Patton Mark Search Tenor Sax: Chris Baker Bari ax: Ben Denlinger French Horn: Sarah Hall Grant Heddings Samantha Pavolko

Brooks and Jarod show school spirit.

"It's Fred!"

"Listen to the beautiful mus1c.

Tr m Kyle Beatty Josh Bumgardner Dan Eby Tracee Kendall Jarod Patton Stephanie Raab Nathan Rasper Trombone: Brett Beckett Alan James Brooks Zeh

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Chris ready to play his bass clarinet.

Tuba: David Harris Baritone: Gary Atkins Matt Search

Justin Coffman Nathan Davis Drew Kerns Megan Ralph Ben Roberts Steve Spencer Brandon Roeder

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Coaches: Rhonda Coffman and Rhenee Schrader


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SCORES us

Lebanon Yellow Springs Clinton Massie Greenev1ew Clinton Mass1e Southeastern Franklin Blanchester Dayton Chnstian Middletown Fenw1ck Oakwood

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US THEM Tournament Greeneview 7 0 Springfield C 2 1 Northeastern 4 0

Top Row¡ Coach D1ck Miller, Asst Coach Bruce Bingham, Asst. Coach R1ch Miller; Middle Row: K. Tweel, J. Chenoweth, J. Wh1tsel, L Green, M. Osborne, C Fitzpatrick, J. Barton, L. Lut1, C. Lumpkin, A. Mound, S. Raab, C. Williams, A. Fosnaugh, Bottom Row A Bitzenhofer, R. Mayer, T Re1nemann, B Bingham, J. Hupe, B Fortener, D. Tweel, A. Nelson

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Friends from the start.

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Practicing has led John to perfect1on .

2nd 1n KTC

Top Row: Coach Brian Bunn, Craig Ruse, Trav1s Willis , Jon Stubbs, Paul Phillips, Matt Letts, Jim Hale, Ben Griggs, Tom Porter; Bottom Row Scott Sesslar, Andy Whipp, Tom Mayer, John Russell , Matt Mclaughlin, Josh Haws, Nathan Richards

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SCORES ReJW.Iar ~~ill>Qil Middletown Madison Carlisle Yellow Springs Middletown Christian Blanchester Southeastern Lebanon Clinton Massie Greenev1ew Clinton Massie Southeastern Dayton Christian Franklin Blanchester Middletown Fenw1ck Greeneview Tau rnarne.ot L1ttle Miami Deer Park

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Paul Phillips John Stubbs Andy Whipp Travis Willis Travis returning another stray ball.

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Welcome back Scotty'

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SCORES Us Yellow Springs 4 Preble Shawnee 13 Talawanda 1 Lebanon 1 Valley Vtew 0 Franklin Dayton Chnstian 1 Chaminade Julienne 2 Colonel White 9

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This is easy

Brian became a great offensive player.

This was the best season the reserve team "Why is everyone staring at me?"

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Top Row Coach Bnan Bunn, Gesar Leon, Jon Frye, S1xto Fnas, Matt Hazen, Brian Stubbs, Stephan Woehler, Colin Bennett, Jacob Lacon; Bottom Row: Rob Combs, Brad Hazen, Ryan Bunnell, Matt Baker, Spencer lvie, Daniel Thompson , Brett Fortener (Not pictured: Tyler Parsons)

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Honorable Mention

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Carrie Dakin

Jenny Kapper

Top Row: Coach S. York, D. Gadd, L. Thomas, S. Gilley, C. Cole, A. Measel, K. Currin, H. Purkey, K. Smith, Coach R. We1rauch; Middle Row: A. Gottschall, T. Kendall, A. Elam, E. Robertson ; Bottom Row: A. Edwards, J. Kapper, C Dakin

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Coach Gordon , Brad Wilson , Kenny Dermer, Karis Walblay, Em1ly Unger, Aaron D1mbath , Clifton Hatfield, Jenny Renfrow, Matt Parks, Kyle Hanna

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Top Row: E. Unger, L. Morley, A. Biteman, R. Miller, M. Graham, C. Becker, A. Voehringer, M. Lumpkin, Coach D. Bowman; Bottom Row: A. Bowman, K. Beckett, L. Raab, A. Lykins Emily Unger

Knsten Beckett "Where's the ball?" 1stS~

E. Unger 2nd Singles A . Bowman 3rd Singles A. Biteman .!.ยงtDoub~

K. Beckett L. Morley 2nd Double.s R. Miller L. Raab A. Voehringer

1st Team

Record 6-3

Allyson Bowman Reserves: Mary Graham, Callie Becker, and Alicia Lykins

Good Friends

1st Team

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RTAN KTC CO-CHAMPS

Fantastic Four+ One Lynnette's concentration kept her undefeated.

Outstanding Performer: Allyson Bowman Most Improved: Lindsey Raab

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Mike's solid plays earned h1m KTC Honorable Mention.

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The seniors led the team to KTC and district championships. All League. J. Hupe, J. Kapper, A. Elam Honorable Ment1on: A. Nelson and A. Elam District 15 All-Star¡ J. Hupe, J. Kapper, A. Elam Southeastern D1stnct: J. Hupe Second Team : J. Kapper

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KTC Title at Last

Clockwise: Jessica Hupe, Jenny Kapper, Jamie Parsons, Jamie Barton, Sarah Gilley, Amy Measel, Lindsey Thomas, Angie Elam, Andrea Nelson, Anna Jo Edwards

us THEM Little Miami Franklin Cedarville Blanchester Clinton Massie Greeneview East Clinton Wyoming Batavia Valley View Southeastern Cedarville Blanchester Clinton Massie

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US THEM 56 40 48 43 51 32 59 32 47 35 65 22 77 37 69 26 55 33 52 38 32 46

Greeneview Greenfield McClam East Clinton Bellbrook Southeastern Middletown Fenwick Ripley Pebble Shawnee Felicity Franklin Wyoming Northeastern

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"I'm open, I'm open, pass it to me!"

Little M1ami Middletown Fenw1ck Blanchester Cedarville East Clinton Clinton Mass1e Carlisle Southeastern Franklin Greenev1ew Blanchester Cedarv1lle East Clinton Dix1e Clinton Mass1e Greenev1ew Southeastern East Clinton

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R. Creamer, N. Garrett, S. Gradel, M. Benton, T . Borgerding, J. Baker; Bottom Row: S. Sesslar, J. Mclaughlin, J. Fulwiler, J. Castle, M. Letts, A. Whipp

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Mike, what a tall guy.

"Where's everybody?"

John faithfully strides down the court.

Jeremy's on the offensive.

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Shoots for luck.

"I can't take the pressure."

Top Row: Coach J. Philpot, B. Wood, C. Smith, C. Jones, J. Lacon; Bottom Row: B. Creamer, J. Beam, J. Stubbs, C. Deters

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"Watch me I'll hit a homer!"

Joe gives Cesar the run down . "Hey guys, let's take a break."

Top Row : Coach L. Williams , B. Wood, B. Longarce, T. Borgerding, R. Creamer, B. Couch , J. Bradley, B. Deaton , Coach J Gravitt; Bottom Row A Fosnaugh, B. Creamer, C. Leon, T. Scanlon, C. Sm1th, M. Hanauer, J. Castle

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"Waz up?"


Adam . Brandon L., Brandon D., and Chris warm-up

"Catch this!"

Ben shows us the stuff he is made of.

All -League: Adam Fosnaugh and Joe Bradley Honorable Mention: Ted Borgerding

Smack, all the way out to left f1eld.

"I'm gonna hit the ball."

"How long 1s pract1ce anyway?"

Junior watches the ball.

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All-League Sean Gradel David Harris Jerad Ames

Serve it up.

What grace and . I think I could be the next Andre Agassi .

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"I'm going to get it, I'm going to get it."

Honorable Mention John Mclaughlin Lyle James Chris Branson

"Hello?? Anyone?? I'm not sleeping I am playing the game."


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Back Row: J. Mclaughlin, D. Harris, S. Gradel, B. Stubbs, C. Bennett; Front Row: H. Whittamore , J. Ames, C. Benson, L. James, A. James

"Here I come to save the day!!!!"

Reeeaaady, Seeeet. .....

"Did you know? Rackets are good back scratchers."

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The swim team has come a long way this year. For the past few years, the team has consisted of two or three swimmers and has not had their own practices. For the first time in years, we practiced separately from the Y and we had a girls relay make it to Districts. Also Stephanie Raab made districts in the 100 yard breaststroke and the 200 Individual Medley. Great job team, keep up the good work.

Maybe, a sw1mming cap would make you fasterl

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"All smiles!"

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BOYS TRACK

Thanks Coach Gordon for another

Reg1onal Qualifiers: Matt Mclaughlin, Josh Haws, and Tom Porter State Qualifiers: Ben Griggs, Aaron Dimbath, Jon Stubbs, Paul Phillips

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Advisor: Mana Syvertsen

Rob Combs, Kristin Nucher, and Jamie Barton

Sophomores: April Ridinger, Ashley Biteman , and Evan Keller

Sophomore Jilll Whitsel

Freshmen: Megan Dolle, Jenatha Ames. Danielle Friend, Lacey Patton. Michael Carter, and Chris Branson

Sophomore Jesstca Tincher Sophomore Jeff Styers

Special Thanks to Rhonda Borgerding, Marie Osborne, and Ashley Parriman. Thanks for your dedication, dependablity, creativity, and all the extra hours after school! Your my three angels. Junior Karis Walblay

Senior Kyrstal Meixner

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VVRITING CENTER Special Thanks to our English teachers . Alyssa Boyd Betty Kmg Christine T1eman Angela Toffolo. Your time and effort made our wnting center possible.

Tutors Allyson Bowman Cassie Friend Jessica Hupe Becky Mayer Ashley Parnman Rebekah Werner Heath Wh1ttamore

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AN EVENING MORE PERFECT UNION Directed by Courtney Hurst Maxine Wilton . . . . . . . . Kelly Keeton Joan Edwards ..... . .. Charlene Gilliland Harriet Wells . .. ......... Lorn Johnson Jeanette Stevenson .. .... Kristin Nuscher Rose Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julie Wilson Sally Blake ....... . ... . Kristie McCloud Sophie Chenowski ..... Chelsea Bellman Mary Strong . . . . . . . Becky Mayer

BABY Directed by Mr. Leist Baby . . . . ..... Amy Whitaker Coach . . . . . ............ Megan Dolle Timekeeper .............Tonya Hardin Doctor .................Sara Hanauer Mommy ...............Jenatha Ames Daddy .................. Brad Wilson Grandma ................ Erica Maier Great Aunt . ............Brittany Colvin Aunt1e ..... ........... .Becky Combs Unc ....... . ........ . ....Tom Porter Babysitter .. ... ...... .Tiffannie Et1enne Boyfriend ................ Josh Leitch

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OF ONE ACTS PAH AMERICA Directed by Mr Leist Prop Girl . . . . . ........ Chelsea Bellman Wise Guy ..................... Tom Bellman Big Shot .... . ...................Tom Brown Anne Remington/Anneshka ........... Farrah Couch Paul Revere/Pauloff . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Pat Barney Charlotte Sorrows/Charlotta . . . . . . Charlene Gilliland Rhondes Rem~ngton/Rhodesky . . . Ron Kronenberger Honeybunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Krystal Kerr Freta Meadows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Nuscher Jax Fairfax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kurt Frazier Tag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lorri Johnson Mag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Candice Ballard Carne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jaye Klumb Jane .............................Tiffany Scherer Bunny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liz Hanauer Betty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bonn1e S1ler Andy ......... . ................... Nathan Hollon Helen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephame Willard Grace .. . .... . . . ..................... Robin Hall

CREW Stage Managers . . . . . . . . .Courtney Hurst, Emily Mockabee Lights .....Tom Bellman, Megan Lumpkin Knstie McCloud Sound ............ . . .Jessica Tincher, Bobbi Wagner V1deographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fance Brannock Ushers . . . . . ... .. . .... ... . ... Ang1e Baler, Rhonda Borgerding, Kati Clark, Tara G1amb1 , Julie Wilson

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Members: Ashley B1teman. Pat Barney, Jam1e Barton , Fance Brannock, K1m Bremer, Cla1re Fitzpatnck, Tara G1ambri, Charlene Gilliland, Clifton Hatf1eld, John Kronenberger, Jason Linville , Courtney Lumpkm, Chris Pooler, Matt Purkey, Rachel Raab, April T1rey , Erica Weddle , Jess1ca Wooley, Leslie Zate

Working away on articles for the Spartan Scroll.


LEO CLUB Andrea Albers Kristen Beckett Chelsea Bellman Adrienne Bennett Allyson Bowman Lone Campbell Enn Clifton Laura Dav1s Jennifer Donofrio Anna Jo Edwards Jessica Hupe Ahsha James Amy Jent

Vice President Lindsey Raab , Pres1dent Allyson Bowman, Secretary Kristen Beckett, Treasurer Alisha Reed

Andrea Jent Tracee Kendall Courtney Lumpkin Alicia Lykins Rebecca McCloud Ashley Parnman Lindsey Raab Megan Ralph Erin Robertson Mary Robillard NICOle Roe Karis Walblay Beka Werner

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Freshmen K. Jones, C. Fitzpatrick, C Gilbert, J. Jones, S. Raab, N. Roe . J . Tucker, E. Wood Sophomores· C. Becker, K. Currin, L. Green, J. Hale , A. James, K. Laymaster, R. Miller, M. Robillard , B. Shockley Juniors: C. Bennett, R. Borgerding , F. Brannock, K. Clark, D. Shockley, E. Weddle, J. Wooley

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CAST Sister Margaretta ........... ...... ....... Kristle McCloud Maria Rainder .... .... ..... .... ......... . Deanna Tweel Mother Abbess ........ ................. Candice Ballard S1ster Sophia . . .. .... ................... Megan Lumpkm Sister Berthe ...... ............. ........ .. Becky Combs Franz ....... .... .......................Patrick Barney Frau Schmidt ........ ....... ...... .... Charlene Gilliland Captain Georg von Trapp ............... Ron Kronenberger Liesl von Trapp .............................. Kati Clark Friederich ........ .... .. .. Joey Marlowe, Michael Wisecup Louisa .. ... .............Charrisa Carpenter, Bndget Baker Kurt .. ...................... Tyler Proffitt, Justin Wisecup Brigitta ...................... .. Lesley Kim, Jordan Poole Marta ............. . ..... Chelsea Holland, Angela Osborne Gretl ... ........... ........ Corinne Holland, Deidre Boggs Elsa Schraeder ..... . . .............. .... Kristin Nuscher Max Detweiler ............................ Tom Bellman Rolf Gruber ... .............................. Matt Sells Ursula ................................... Megan Dolle Herr Zeller .. ........ ..... ............. ..... Brooks Zeh Baron Elberfeld .............................Kurt Frazier Baroness Elberfeld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tara Giambn Priest ............................ .. ...... Kurt Fraz1er Admiral von Schreiber ...... ..... ......... .. .. Josh Leitch Postulant .. .. .......................... Jess1ca T1ncher Tno ......... Jenatha Ames , Brittany Colvin, Megan Lumpkin Fraulein Schwieger ........ ..... ............ Becky Mayer Chorus and Nuns ............ Jenatha Ames, Jenny Collins, Brittany Colvin , Megan Dolle, Kurt Fraz1er, Tara Giambri, Charlene Gilliland , Sarah Grimes, Sara Hanauer, Josh Leitch, Megan Mockaway, Becky Mayer, Tiffany Scherer, Bonnie Siler. Jess1ca Tincher, Jennifer Vonderache

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NHS HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTIONS

Dave Williams

Jim Hale

Hannah Purkey

NEW MEMBERS 103


OUR TRIP TO THE NEWPORT AQUARIUM ~

SENIORS K. Beckett A. Bennett A. Bowman L. Cooke B. Critz L. Dav1s B. Denlinger A. Edwards A. Elam S. Frantz D. Harns J. Hupe L. James T. Kendall

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J . Locke K. McCloud M. Mclaughlin T. Merris A. Parnman L. Raab N. Rasper T. Reinemann E. Robertson P. Ruse J. Shaver A. Stubbs D. Williams J. Wilson

JUNIORS B. Beckett R. Borgerding C. Bennett K. Clark A. Fosnaugh J. Mclaughlin E. Mockabee A. Murley E. Patton C. Ruse K. Walblay

SOPHOMORES A. James L. Luti K. Currin L. Morley D. Gadd M. Graham H. Purkey L. Green S. Reinemann K. Sm1th J. Hale

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QUIZ TEAM 1999-

With his Tl-83 in hand, Phil says, "Bring it on."

2000 KTC CHAMPS!

\lember B. Beckett. L. Campbell. D. Daou-,t. B. Denlmger. ~-"" L. llartman. A. James. J. Lockl!, A. Parnman. L. Raab, M Ralph . . Rasper, . Ru e. P. Ruse.J. ha\er. M Thompson. H Wh1ttamorc. J. \vII son

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CAPTAINS: Kristie McCloud, Laura Davis, Mandy Lamb, Adnenne Bennett, Tracee Kendall, Ashley Parriman, Beka Werner, Lisa Cooke, and Lorri Johnson. Not P1ctured: Megan Ralph , Nathan Rasper and Lindsey Raab.

and Mrs Tackett

Ashley announces the first in-school performance of the year.

The g1rls enjoyed the Jazz Group.

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Lorri and 8 eka with 4th Avenue .

"Away in aM anger..... "

The smiling Shepards , Megan and AI .. ICia.

Ashley and 8 rett pose . Romeo and Jwll~h the cast of u1et.

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MEMBERS: M. Bailey, J. Barton, C. Becker, B. Beckett, K. Beckett, A. Bennett, C. Bennett, R. Borgerding, T. Borgerding , L. Campbell, L. Cooke, F. Couch , B. Critz, K. Currin , D. Daoust, L. Davis, B. Denlinger, A. Fosnaugh, A. Fosnaugh, T . Giambri, M. Graham, L. Green, E. Hartman , M. Hiatt, J. Hupe, C. Hurst, S. lhle, S. lvie, A. Jones, T. Kendall , J. Lewis, J. Locke, C. Lumpkin , B. Mayer, T. Mayer, K. McCloud, J. Mclaughlin, A. Murley, K. Nuscher, M. Osborne, Z. Parks, A. Parriman, E. Patton, J. Patton, W. Perdue, L. Raab , R. Raab, M. Ralph , N. Rasper, J. Ronsheim, C. Ruse , P. Ruse , S. Taylor, D. Thar K. Walblay, B. Werner, H. Whittamore, C. Williams , D. Williams, J. Wilson, A. Wright, and L. Zate . OFFICERS: President Ashley Parriman , Vice President Lindsey Raab (not pictured), Treasurer Becky Mayer, and Secretary Julie Wilson.

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e Mayer siblings can't resist a good discussion. Hartman and The People's Eyebrow.

CONGRESS 2000

Knstln, Cohn, Courtney, and Karis have worked up an appetite after all of that debating .

It's a long bus nde to Washington . 0 C Just ask Evan and Warren.

Nathan Rasper with the Senate's Best Speaker Award . Nathan won this award for his moving speech on banning partial birth abortions.

Phil's intellectual side.

Some of the students who attended Congress 2000.

"We're senous about politics and having fun ."

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FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR MEGAN LUMPKIN


2nd year KTC Awards

National Honor Society Scholarship Jessica Hupe and Erin Robertson

Visual Arts Scholarship Lyle James

Student Council Allyson Bowman and Jessica Hupe Ohio Academic Scholarship Music Performing Arts Scholarship Way-Tek Scholarship James Holman Scholarship Optimists Scholarships Anna Jo Edwards Heather Rommes Jennifer Griffith Pepsi Scholarship Adrienne Bennett Jessica Hupe Trisha Merris Erin Robertson

U.S. Army Scholar Athletes Angie Elam

Jonah Shaver Megan Ralph Angie Elam Deanna Tweel

Progressive Women 's Scholarship Julie Wilson , Lindsey Raab, Ashley Parriman, Jessica Hupe, and Anna Jo Edwards

Florence Scholarship Charles and Mary LeMay Scholarship Lebanon Business Women's Scholarship Doris C and Harold R. Stanley Scholarship

Waynesville Lions Club Scholarship Erica Gadd Erin Robertson Phil Ruse Rotary Scholarship Brian Critz Jessica Hupe Ashley Parriman

Air Force ROTC Scholarship Brian Critz

PTO Scholarship Tiffany Reinemann Julie Wilson

Brian Critz Anna Jo Edwards Jennifer Griffith Tara Giambri

Waynesville Faculty and Staff Scholarship Kristen Beckett Courtney Hurst Allyson Bowman Tracee Kendall Lisa Cooke Ashley Parriman Tiffany Reinemann Farrah Couch Phil Ruse Anna Jo Edwards Angie Elam Miguel Thompson Nick Garrett

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Sponsor: Charnelle Bees

Officers: President Charlene Gilliland, Secretary Courtney Hurst, Treasurer Emily Mockabee. Representatives Lorn Johnson, Krist1n Nuscher

Members Ang1e Baker, Chelsea Bellman, Tom Bellman. Rhonda Borgerding, Fance Brannock. Katie Clark, Farrah Couch.Tara Giambri Charlene Gilliland, Courtney Hurst, Lorri Johnson, Ron Kronenberger, Megan Lumpkin, Knst1e McCloud, Emily Mockabee, Kristin Nuscher, Bonn1e Siler. Jessica Tincher, Bobbie Jo Wagner, Amy Whitaker. Julie Wilson

Broadway, here we come!

Fance!

Ron and Tom Semors

Honor Thespians

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WHS FACULTY

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Mrs. Fish Art

Mrs. Go1dell Math

Mr. Gordon H1story

Mr. Le1st MUSIC/Drama

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Mr. Gabbard Business

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French

Mrs. Paulman Librarian

Mrs. Tieman English

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Doyle Technology Coordinator

Mrs. Linda Parks Secretary

Mrs. Cheyl Albers Secretary

Mrs. Denise R1chmond School Nurse

STAFF ADMINSTRATION

Mrs. Rita Hazen Computer Lab Supervisor/ Attendance Director

Not pictured our custodians: Dan R1ce, Hazel Brown, and John Mellott

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Tom Isaacs Superintendent

Board Members: David Hurley, Walter Lamb, Sharon Jewell, Jiles Farley (Not Pictured John Sackett)

CENTRAL OFFICE

Mrs. Janet Carter Payroll Clerk

Mr Benny Purkey Transportation Supervisor

Mr. Ronald James Treasurer

Mrs. Dorothy Patton Treasurer's Secretary

Mr. Mark McKeehan Maintenance Supervisor

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PEER COUNSELING

Peer Co~nselQ_rs Rhonda Borgerding Matt H1att Alisha James Amy Jones Courtney Lumpkin Knstin Miller Ashley Parnman Enca Patton Betsy Robillard Mary Robiilard Miguel Thompson Erica Weddle Rebekah Werner Leslie Zate

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Kri ten Beckett

Tiffany Baye

Dear Tiffan~,

Dear Kri\ten,

\Ia~ ~our

future be filled "ith lo\1.', happine \, and ucce s. ( onJ.:ratulation

\ ou arc a J.:ift from God. \\ c ''ish ~ ou happinc~~ and uccc ~ in all ~ ou do.

Lo\1.', \lorn

LoH'. \lorn, Dad, and

Jo~hua

Blair Bingham

Adrienne Bennett

Dear \drienne,

Dear Blair,

\1\\a~s

the liJ.:hl that filled our li\Cs, be the da" n of to morro\\¡ 1.~.

\\ e arc \Cr~ proud of~ ou and all that ~ ou ha\1.' done. The future is~ ours!

Lo\1.', \lorn, Dad, and (olin

Lo\1.'. \lorn, Dad,

Brittan~.

and

Brd~n

Ally son Bowman

Ted Borgerding

Dear

\\ e are so proud of all) ou ha' e done. Lh e e\Cr~ da~ to the fullest. Good lucl..

Surcl~

Lo' e. Dad, Becl.), Rhonda, \1om, Larr~, \tatt, and h:~ le

on,

time cannot spend o fast. \ ou'rc J.:rO\\ n and accompli hed ~our childhood past. Lo\1.'. \lorn, Dad, Carl~

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Dear Tcdd~.

~te\Cn,

and


tephanie Brown

Joe Bradley

~tephanie,

Dear Joe,

Dear

\\ e couldn't be more proud of ~ ou. \\ e hi\ e 'ou ~o much. \h\ a~' keep God in ) our life.

\\ e are proud of the bright ~ oung \\Oman ) ou haH become.

LoH, \Jom and Dad

LoH, \1om, Dad, penccr, and Olhia

Farrah and Brandon Couch

Lisa Cooke

Dear 1 isa,

Dear Farrah and Brandon,

FoliO\\ )OUr dream~ \\hercHr ma) lead ~ ou. \\ e are Hr) proud of~ ou!

'ou are the light of Ill) life. IOH ~ou!

the~

Lo,e, Dad LoH, \lom, Rob, and Kelli

Brian Critz

Ryan Creamer

Dear R)an,

Dear Brian,

Succes i neHr final: failure is ncHr fatal: it is courage th at counh.

\\ e are so Hr) proud of the man ~ou haH become. 'ou arc a gift from God.

Lo,c, \lom, Dad, Ben, and T.J.

Lo' c. Dad, \1om. and Brad

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Carrie Dakin

Laura Davis

Dear

arric,

\ ou arc a bright light in our lhc . Keep on hining. \h\a)S bunchc of lo' e.

\our loH, laughter, and miles are gifts. ¡ hare them \\ith the \\Orld.

Lo' e, \lorn, Dad, and arah

LoH, Leo

~tom.

Dad, Ein), and

Angie Elam

nnaJo Edwards

Dear \nna Jo,

Dear

\\ c arc Hr~ proud of) ou. Keep up the hard \lOri- and great attitude.

God sent jo~ and dreams come true. "hen he blessed our lhes \lith ~ou .

LoH, \lorn and Dad

LoH, \lorn, Ca

Brooke Fortener

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Dear Laura,

ngie,

c~.

and Richie

Stephanie Frantz

Dear Brooke,

Dear tephanie,

\\ c thank God for) ou l'\Cr) da~. \\ e loH) ou. God Ble s! PIIIL 4:8,9, 13 J'\ 3:7

\ ou made it. \la) all ~our hopes and dream come true. \\e are \l'r) proud Of)OU.

LoH, \lorn, Dad, Brett, Bridget, Br) an, and Brittan)

LoH, Mom and Dad


Cassie Friend

Erica Gadd

Dear Ca\\ic,

Dear Erica,

(a~ per. ~ccing ~ ou no'' all gnn'n up make\ our¡ heart\ fill \\ithjo~. \\cpra~ that~ou haH all the happincs~ life can offer.

~1a) life fill ) ou "ith the loH and happine s that )OU descne. \\e loH )OU.

Lo\C, \lom and Danielle

LoH, \1om, Dad, Jason, and \dam

Zack Gallagher

Tara Giambri

Dear Tara,

Dear Rock,

Congratulations! \\ e are proud of ~ou. \Ia) ~our life be filled "ith happine s and lo\C.

Good lucl..,) ou fin all) made it. God Ble . LoH, \1om, Dad, Hollie, and

LoH, \lom, Dad. Jackie, and \lichael

Jerem~

David Harris

Jennifer G riffith

Dear Jennifer,

Dear Da,id,

Congratulation ! \\ e arc \Cr) proud of~ ou. \\ e lo\C) ou.

\\e are o proud of)OU! ood luck a ~ou make )OUr dream come true.

LoH, Dad, \1om, and Thomas Lo' e, \1 om and Dad

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Jessica Hupe

Matt Hiatt

Dear \latt.

Dear Jes,

\our ~mik, pcr' \onalit~, and humor" ill bring happiness. \\ alk ''ith God.

\ ou ha\l' a shining pirit that gro\\ s brighter e\Cr~ da~ . Thank for baring that glo\\ ''ith u . \ ou're our bah~!

LoH. Dad. \lom, and Brandon

Lo\C, \tom and Dad

Andrea Jent

Lyle James

Dear

Dear \ndrea,

L~lc,

\Ia~

God blc s )OU in all the to come. \ ou arc a \Cr~ thoughtful per on.

\\hat a blc~~ing ~ ou ha' c been! \\ c kno\\ that ~ou \\ill be uccessful in arl.

~car

Lo\C, \1om, '\athan

LoH. \lom. Dad, and \lan

'.ick, and

Jenny Kapper

Amber Jones

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Dear \mber,

Dear Jen,

Our precious jc\\el! God has great plans for ~ou. Let Him direct ~our path.

\our skills in basketball arc amaring and ~our loH as a daughter is magical.

LoH. \l om and Dad

Lo\ c, Kurt, \tom , Jarrod, and JOC)


Tracee Kendall

Ron Kronenberger

Dear Tracee,

Dear Ron,

\ ou ga' e us ~mile~. lo\C, and laughter'' ith dance. '\o\\ dance to) our dream .

Best of luck in culinar)' chool. \ ou made u \Cr) proud. LoH, Dad, \tom, and John

LoH, '\1om, Dad, and Heather

Amanda Lamb

Max Laymaster

Dear \manda,

Dear \1a\,

Hope )OU feel all our lo\e and pride around ) ou like a big hug! Shop fore' er!

I'm o proud Of)ou. The future i ) our . :\im high and folio\\ ) our dream .

Lo\C, \1om, Richard, \aron, and \\eetie

LoH, \1om

Jason Linville

Alicia Lykins

Dear Jason,

Dear

Be the change )OU nant to see in the \\Orld. Keep on rolling, Fl 10\.

Congratulations! \\ e're so proud of) ou. \\ e "i h ) ou ucce in e'er) thing) ou do. Enjo) life.

Lo\C, Dad, \1om, Renee, and Ton)

licia,

Lo' e, \1 om and

ric

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Becky Mayer

hris Marr

Dear

\I\\ a~ rem mber \\hen ~ ou tal..e one step, He'll tal..e t\\O. \\ e are proud of~ ou.

\ou 'H ah\a)\ been ajo) to u . LoH, Mom, Dad, Thoma , Carrie, and \le'

LoH, Dad and \lorn

Freddi McKenzie

Kristie McCloud

Dear Kristie,

Dear Freddi,

h.ccp ~our e~ e on Je u , "alk llis side, hold fa t to His hand.

\\ e are so proud of our hat girl! God blcs and good lucl.. in Culinar) C ollcgc.

LoH, Dad, \lorn, and

LoH, Dad, \tom, Denise, Sha'' n, and \lelanie

b~

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Trisha Merris

Krystal Meixner

Dear Kr) stal,

Dear fri ha,

ongratulation ! Lot of luck in the future.

\ ou arc uch a bright tar in our li\ es. God blc and a Ina) shine bright.

LoH, \tom, \like, Zach, Kelly, Kori, Da~i, and Quentin

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Bee!..~.

Dear Chris,

Lo\C, \lorn, Dad, and Julie


Kristin Miller

Andrea elson

Dear k. risti n,

Dear \ndrea,

\ ou inspire so man} nith your spirit, faith, and beauty. Ma) God bring you much success.

\ ou are a blessed, caring, and IO\ ing person. ¡hare your gifts \\ith the \\Orld!

Love, \1om, Dad, and Lindse}

Lo\C, Dad, \1om, Ry an,Ty ler, \bigail, and Ely e

Ashley Parriman

Bill Pennington

Dear Ashley,

Dear Bill,

Remember, only those\\ ho dare to fail greatly can ever achieve great I}.

\ ou'\C finall} done it! Keep going. There's so much more \\ailing for you.

Love, \tommy and Daddy

Lo\e, Dad and \1om

Chris Pooler

Lindsey Raab

Dear

hri topher Jame ,

~e

love you! Hope you make the best choices in life. Good luck in the future. Lo\e, \1om and Dad

Dear Lind ey, \\e are proud of\\hO you are and \\e look fon\ard to \\hO you \\ill become. LO\ e, \1om, Dad, and Rachel

147


Nathan Rasper

Tiffany Reinemann

Dear Nathan,

Dear Tiffan}.

lie nho be~eto, a wio,e son o,hall haH joy. PRO\ . B:24 \ ou ha' e made us joy full.

1a} the good Lord and happiness be with you down e'l-ery road you roam.

Lo'l-e, Dad and \1om

Lo\e, 1\1om and Dad

Erin Robertson

Andy Robillard

Dear Erin,

Dear \nd},

Just yeo,terday you were this little girl. "Je,er change; continue to gro,~.

Continue to follow your dreams. \Ve are Hry proud of your determination!

LoH, Dad, \1om, and 'liate

Lo,e, Dad, 1\.tom, \lary , Betsy , and Linus

Josh Roe

Heather Rommes

Dear Heather,

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Since the day you ''ere born, you 'H brought joy, laughter, and pride to our lhes.

Congratulations; '~e are 'ery proud of you. '\lay God bless you always. Lo'e you!

LoH, 1\1om and Dad

Lo\e, Dad, 1om, and Julie


Phil Ruse

Amanda Spencer

Dear Phil, \\e are proud of the man become. "'e~er lo~e your goofy ~en~e of humor.

You could ne~er see how beautiful you are inside and out. Keep your faith in God.

you¡~e

Love, 1om, Dad, Craig, Pappa, and 1omma

Ashley Stubbs

Love, '\1om, Dad, SteHn, Anthony, Seleana, and Tyler

Deanna Tweel

Dear Ashley,

Dear Deanna,

We are so proud of you! Keep working and keep smiling.

May the dreams in your heart bring you happiness. We are so proud of you.

Love, Mom, Dad, and Jon LoH, Mom, Dad, Kri<,ten, Kaitly n, and Joe

Rebekah Werner

Heath Whittam ore

Dear Beka, May you always know you're surrounded by God ' s lo~e a nd ours, and be Blessed. Lo~e.

your WHOLE family

Dear Heath, You'\e brought such joy to our li,es! \"e're ~o proud of you; don't change. Lo\e, Mom, Dad, Heidi, Tim, ate, and '\1eli sa

149


David Williams

Julie Wilson

Dear Da,id,

Dear Julie,

G od ha pro' id t~rou~-:h) ou. R:~nu~ great jO) hke in all am Christ )OU do. -

\ouga,eusmu. a\e \\or ked ch JO) and h so hard so proud of · \\ e arc nd ) ou. "'a' h good lucl..! · app)' a

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The test of the ages Few generations have the opportunity to witness the passing of one millennium and the beginning of another. Before racing forward into the 21st century, take a moment to reflect back on the people, places. and events of the past I ,000 years.


1

1903

Airplane powered by ga olme engme. flown by broth r \\'1lbur and Orville Wnght

1908

Model I Ford mtroduced an affordable automobile for the mass market

1913

fed ralmcome tax mandate] w1th passage of the 16th Amendment to the Constitution

1917

1919

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1920

D1 neyland theme park opened m Cc~lifor!lla

1955

Montgomery AL Bu<: Boycott 1gn1ted modern Civil R1ghts Movement for black Amenca ns

' 1955

McDondlds restaurant opened m Des Plaines 11

1956

I lvis Presley melded country & western with rhythm & blues m h1s f1rst rock h1ts Hound Dog and "Heartbreak Hotel

1956

lnterst, te Hlgh.,..ay System construction began to link Amenca,.. 1th superhigh.,..ays

1958

Huln Hoop mvented by RIChilrd P Knerr and Arthur K Melvm

1959

Motown Records The Sound of Young America was founded 1n DetrOit

1961

Vietnam War engaged Amencdn m11itary troops

1962

Wai-Mart d1scount store

U S entered World War I on side of Bntain and France vs Germany and the Central Po .... ers Proh1blt1on on the manufncture nnd sale of mtoxicating beverages legislated by the 18th Amendment to the Const1tut1on (repealed m 193'3 by 21st Amendment) Station KDKA m Pittsburgh broadcast the first commercial rad1o program

1920

Women's nght to vote guaranteed by the 19th Amendment m time to elect Warren G Harding as pres1dent

1929

Stock market crash ushered m Great Depression

I

1931

Emp1re State Buildmg erected in New York

' 1963

1935

Social Security Act passed as part of President Franklin D Roosevelt's New Deal to provide federal unemployment compensation and old-age pensions

1941 5

. 1955

1948

US entered World War II when naval bases in Hawaii were attacked by Iapan

Korean War engaged American military troops

1953

Senator loseph McCarthy (Wisconsm) began a senes of congressional heanngs to expose suspected Commumsts in Amencan government

Kent State Ulllverslty (Ohio) protec;ts ngJmst the U S rol m the wnr m Southeast A •a left four demom.tratorc; d ad when the National Guard f1red upon the crowd

1972

Women s Lqual Rights Amendment Wc15 pasc;ed by Congress but not ratified by the requ1red number of stc"lte w1thm the mandated 7-ye<H limit

1974

Pres1dent R1chard M IXOn res1gned from office rather than face impeachment on ch<Hges stemmmg from the Watergate scilndals which began two years e<Hiier

1979

Rappers Delight· by the Sugar Hill Gang brought h1p-hop mus1c to mamstream pop mus1cal charts

1981

Per onal computer mtroduced by 111M MUSIC TeleviS lOll ( MTV) debuted as a music v1deo network

opened1nRoge~.AR

1963

1964

. 1966

Solid-body electnc guitar designed by Leo Fender mass produced

1950

11

1970

President lohn F: Kennedy assassinated in Dallas. TX

1984

Coca-Cola changes soft drink formula. promptmg protests which led to the reintroduction ~f ·Classic Coke

1986

NASA space shuttle Challenger explodes 73 seconds after launch mg. killing all aboard includmg the f1rst teacher to fly m space. Chnsta McAuliffe

15

1991

Op rat1on Desert Storm launched by US and Un1ted Nat1ons allies to oust mvadmg Iraqis from Kuwait m the oilrich Persian Gulf reg1on

1

1999

Pres1dent Wilham I Clinton 1mpeached and charged w1th perjury and obstructiOn of justice He was later acqUitted on both counts

14

Martm Luther King, lr del1vered h1s "I Have a Dream" speech to the crowds at the Washington. DC Freedom March for black Civil rights The Beatles appeared on the "Ed Sullivan Show on television. launching the Bntish Invasion m pop mus1c Nat1onal Organization for Women (NOW) founded to agitate for women s equal nghts

1968

Martm Luther Kmg, lr was assassinated in Memphis, TN Robert Kennedy was tlSsassmated m Los Angeles. CA moments after wmnmg the California Pres1dent1al Pnmary

11

1969

Woodstock MUSIC & Art Fa1r attracted 500.000 rock mus1c fans to upstate ew York

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1969

Apollo 1 I landed astronauts on the moon



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Beowulf, heroic poem, written in Old English

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Vikrngs explored coast of North America

1387

Canterbury Tales written by Geoffrey Chaucer in England

1001

Gunpowder perfected by Chinese inventors

1407

"Bedlam· established as hospital for the insane in London

1010

Sfrafr namef1 , ep1c poem written in Persian by Firdawsi

1431

1054

Chnst1an Church separated into Western and Eastern branches

Joan of Arc, French heroine rn the Hundred Years' War against England. burned as a witch in Rouen

1066

William of Normandy conquered England.

1071

Seljuk Turks conquest of much of Near East completed

1090

Water-dnven mechamcal clock built in China

1096

First Crusade launched by Western European kn1ghts to oust Muslims from the Holy Land

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Rockets fired rn Chrna Chess introduced rnto England

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Horse racing founded rn England

1492

1589

Flush toilet rnvented by England's Sir John Harrngton

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1592

William Shakespeare emerged as a Bntlsh dramatist

1598

Constantinople fell to Ottoman Turks. ending the Byzantine Empire

Tokugawa Shogunate founded in Japan to rule for next 270 years

1605

Printrng press usrng movable metal type rnvented by Johannes Gutenberg

Don OUixote dt' Ia Ma11dw (part 1} written by Spamsh novelist Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

1609

Ivan Ill (the Great) claimed power as Tsar of the Russ1ans

Astronomical telescope used to v1ew the heavens by Gahleo Galile1

1619

Chnstopher Columbus. Italian explorer sailing rn service to Sparn, lands in the West Indies

Black Afncan slave<; introduced into Bntish North Amencan colony of Virgrnia

1643

LoUis XIV assumed throne of France to become the epitome of the Absolute Monarch 1n Europe

1644

Oing Dynasty established in China by invadrng northern Manchus

1648

Thirty Years' War 'the last of the religtous wars" that had involved much of Europe, ended w1th the Peace of Westphalia

1661

England captured Bombay rn India

1498

Vasco da Gama, Portuguese explorer sailed around Africa to reach India

1506

Leonardo da Vinci Italian Renaissance artist. painted the Mona Lisa

1507

World map identifying "America" (for explorer Amerigo Vespucci) published

1510

Pocket watch invented by Peter Henlein

1517

Protestant Reformation began with posting of Martin Luther's 95 Theses" challenging authority of the Roman Catholic Church rn Europe

2l

Engagement rings came rnto fashion in Europe

England's Magna Carta signed by King John introducing the concept of limited constitutional monarchy

15

Luca Pacioli publishes first description of "double entry," the basis of modern accountrng

Tea arrived in Japan from Chrna

Genghis Khan united nomadtc Mongols. leading to the conquest of Asia. the Mtddle East. and Central Europe

Span1sh armada defe<Jted by English when 1t tned to rnvade the island nation of Oueen Elizabeth I

. 1494

Windmills wtth vertical sails to exploit wind power developed in Europe.

14

Leprosy disease imported into Europe by Crusaders returning from the Middle East

1522

Magnifying glass invented by Roger Bacon

Ferdrnand Magellan's Spanish crew completed first voyage around the globe

1540

Ptstol invented by Camillo Vette IIi.

1543

Sun-centered (heliocentric) solar system theory advanced by Nicolaus Copernicus .

• 1556

Mughal Empire in India ruled by Akbar. grandson of the Muslim dynasty's founder

1567

Lead pencil invented by Konrad Gesner

. 1278 19 1290

Glass mirrors introduced

• 1313

Gunpowder rntroduced rn Western Europe

• 1347

Bubonic plague brought the "Black Death· to Europe, killing up to one th1rd of the population

1364

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1588

"Robin Hood" appeared in English popular story ballads

Spectacles invented to correct poor eyesight

Amerrndian Aztec civilization established capital at Tenochtttlan in Mextco

1698

Steam engine invented by Thomas Savery

• 1718

Machrne gun introduced by James Pickle

• 1728

'En lightenment" intellectual movement. emph<lsizrng rationalism boosted by European populanty of Voltaire's poetic defense of relig1ouc; toleration , La Henriade

• 1732

Grain threshing machine rnvented by Michael Menzies

• 1733

Industrial Revolution launched in England with the invention of the flying shuttle for weavtng textiles

'17

1762

··sandwtch" became culinary staple in England after introduction by the 4th Earl of Sandwich

1764

··spinning jenny" for spmnrng thread developed by James Hargreaves




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Declaration of Independence nnounced Amenc.an Independence from Great Bntam

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1891

Karl Marx and Fnednch Engels called for workers of the world to umte agamst the1r capitalist oppressors m The Commun1st Mamfesto

• 1892

Zipper closure mvented b} Wh1tcombe L Judson Women g1ven the nght to vote for f1rst t1me m nat1onal elect1ons 1n ew Zealand

1783

Hot-a1r balloon flown by Montgolf1er brothers

• 1850

1895

1786

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart v.rote opera The Mamage of Frgaro

Refrigerator p1oneered by James Hamson and Alex C TWmmg

S1gmund Freud developed methods of psychoanalysis

• 1857

1895

Power loom to weave cloth rntroduced by Edmund Cmtv.nght

Passenger elevator rnvented by Elrsha G Otis

W1reless radro rnvented by Gugl1elmo Marconi

1859

1896

Olymprc Games rev1ved rn Athens Greece

1787

Umted States rat1hed the Const1tut1on

Evolutronar} theory postulated m Tftt' Ong111 of Sprcres by Charles Darwin

1861

1896

Modern manual typewriter patented by Herman L Wagner

1789

French Revolutron began w1th the storm1ng of the Bastlile symbol of royal author1ty

C1v1l War erupted m the Un1ted States betv.een northern and southern states over 1ssues related to the existence and expansron of black slavery

1902

A1r cond1t1onmg rntroduced mto the workplace by Wrlliam Carner

1903

Atrplane powered by gasoline engrne flown by Wnght brothers

1904

Brasstere as woman s undergarment marketed by Mary Phelps Jacobs

1905

Albert Emstem formulated the Special Theor} of Relatrvrty

1909

Piastre ( Bakelite l commercially manufactured

• 1912

Chrnese republic formed when revolutron overthrew the nearly 300-year-old Orng (Manchu) Dynasty

1913

Assembly-line production of automobiles p1oneered by Henry Ford

. 1787

• 1793 . 1800

Cotton gm to mechaniCally separate seed from cotton bolls rnvented by Eh Whrtney

• 1865

RomantiC Movement an art1sttc and literary movement boosted wrth the populanty of the 2nd edit ton of Wilham Wordsworth's and Samuel Taylor Colendge's Lyrical Ballads

1865 1867

l5

Slavery abolished in the Unrted States With the end of the C1v1l War Nitroglycerine explosive developed by Alfred obel Domm1on of Canada un1t1ng most of the eastern provrnces became virtually independent from Great Bntarn

l6

• 1803

LoUisana Purchase of land from France more than doubled the land area of the Umted States

1870

• 1804

Steam locomotive successfully tested by Rtchard Trev1thtck

Pruss1a defeated France 1n a war that resulted in a umfied Germany

1874

Paul Cezanne mtroduced ImpreSSIOnism" 1n paintmg

1876

Telephone patented by Alexander Graham Bell

1914

Phonograph to play back recorded sound patented by Thomas Ed1son

Panama Canal bUilt through Central America joining the AtlantiC and Pac1hc Oceans

1914

World War I began with the assassmation of the herr to the Austrran 1mperral throne

. 1807 1812 1815 • 1818 1830

Long-distance steamboat sailed by Robert Fulton Cannmg to preserve food rnvented by Brad Doukin Emperor apoleon Bonaparte of France, conqueror of much of Europe defeated at Waterloo

Frankenstern v. ntten as gothiC novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Lawn mower Introduced by Edward Beard Buddmg

• 1831

1echanical wheat reaper patented by Cyrus McCormick

• 1833

Differential calculatrng mach me rnvented by Charles Babbage

1837

Telegraph patented Simultaneously by Samuel FB Morse and Sir William Fotherglil Cook

• 1837 1846

Photography invented by Lou1s Daguerre m France Sewing machine invented by Elias Howe

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1879

Electrrc light using carbon filament in glass bulb invented by Thomas Ed1son

1917

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·skyscraper' bulidmg designed and built by Wtlllam LeBaron enny

Commumst revolution rn Russra overthrew Tsar rn favor of Bolsheviks led by VI Lenrn

1919

• 1885

Gasoline powered automobile engme de\ eloped by Gottlieb Da1mler Wilhelm Maybach and Karl Friedrich Benz

League of ations formed after World War I to ward off potential conflicts tn the future TheUS rejected the League m 1920

1921

Robot concept rntroduced by Karel Capek

1928

Pemcillin ant1b1otic to treat infections d1scovered by Alexander Flemrng

1928

Telev1s1on rece1ver f1rst demonstrated rn Schenectady New York

1929

U S stock market era h ushered in worldw1de economiC Great Depression

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Box camera using photographic film on a roll marketed by George Eastman Coca-Cola beverage formula patented by John Pemberton Gramaphone a device to play sounds recorded on flat d1sks nvented by Emile Berliner Mot1on pictures rnvented by William Friese-Greene

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1935

Television unveiled at New York World's Fair

1950

Xerox office copying machine developed by Haloid Company

1976

Mars planetary space probe launched by US

1936

Television broadcast to public on two stations m London

1953

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1938

Ballpoint pen mvented by Ladislao I & Georg Biro

DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid) molecule mapped by Francis Crick and lames Watson

1955

Polio vaccine developed from the killed virus by Ionas Salk

"Test-tube baby," conceived outside the body of a woman . born to Lesley Brown in England

1979

Shah of Iran forced into exile by fundamentalist Muslim revolution Amencan embassy personnel taken hostage

1984

Compact d1sk player marketed by Sony & Funtsu Companies and by Phll1ps Company

World War II began as Germany, led by Adolf H1tler. invaded Poland

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1945

'Tupperware" plastic containers Invented by Earl Tupper

1945

Atomic bomb developed by Enrico Fermi, J R Oppenheimer. and the "Manhattan Project· team It was later dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the U.S. which compelled the Japanese to surrender

1945

1946

1947

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Israel established as a national 1ew1sh state in the Middle East

1949

Mao Tse-tung, Chinese communist leader. won ongoing battle with Nationalist Chinese to establish the People's Republic of China

Laser invented by Charles A Townes

1985

1959

Cuba became communist after successful revolution led by Fidel Castro.

Hole in ozone atmospheric protective layer detected over Antarctica

1989

"World W1de Web · technology developed to link computer networks on the international "Internet ·

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1989

Berlin Wall. m East Germany, torn down after serving since 1961 to keep East Germans from escapmg to the West

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Hubble Space Telescope launched by US to give scientists a closer look at the heavens from outside the earth's atmosphere

1991

Union of Sov1et Socialist Republics dissolved into separate nations as communist governments fell apart

1997

1\vo scientists from Roslin, Scotland. cloned a sheep named Dolly by extracting DNA from another sheep

1967

Chnst1aan Barnard. a South African surgeon. performed the f1rst whole heart transplant from one person to another

e 1967

S1x-Day War won Israel additional territory from Egypt, Jordan. and Syria

1969

US astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon

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1958

Manned space flights launched by the USSR and the United States

"Cold War" began between post-WW II superpowers US and the Soviet Union over economic and ideological goals.

1948

The "Space Race" began between the US and the Soviet Union as the Russians launched Sputnik I the first artificial satellite

1961

United Nations established to save future generations from war. protect human rights, maintain treaties. and promote social progress. ENIAC. first electronic digital computer. started up at the University of Pennsylvania to assist m mathematical calculations

1957

1969

Video-cassette recorder manufactured by Sony Corporation

1970

Computer floppy disk invented by IBM.

1971

"E-ma1l" invented with program to send interpersonal messages across a distributed network of computers

1975

Vietnam War ended with communist takeover of South Vietnam's capital of Siagon

All research was conducted by Norwood Kerr, Pft.D ., adjunct professor at Auburn University, Montgomery , AL

Pnnted m USA



.A Alaska Airline Right 261 crashed 11 miles off Point .A School violence continued to be a major concern. Mugu, California on January 31. All 88 people on board Since February of 1997, school shooting sprees left 36 were killed. dead and 77 wounded.

.A Six firefighters were killed in a December 3, Worchester, Massachusetts blaze started by squatters in a warehouse. More than 15,000 firefighters from all over the world gathered for a memonal service.

.A Raisa Gorbachev, former first lady of the Soviet Union, died after a battle with leukemia.


A Switzerland's Bertrand Piccard and Britain's Brian Jones travelled around the world in a balloon on a 2o-day, 29,000 mile voyage. This was the first voyage of its kind to make it all the way around the world.

& "America's son" John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren Bessette were killed when the plane John was piloting crashed into the ocean off the coast of Massachusetts.

A The last solar eclipse of the century drew thousands of spectators around the world on August II. A shadow cast by the moon turned day to night for those in a seventy mile wide path from England to India.

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A Over 17,000 people were killed and thousands more injured when a magnitude 7.4 earthquake hit lzmit, Turkey on August 17.

A The rain from Hurricane Floyd caused the worst flooding in North Carolina in recent memory. Water from the Tar and Neuse rivers covered 66 counties, destroying over 4,000 homes and killing 51 people.


A More than 2,100 people lost their lives when an earthquake measuring 7.6 A Thousands were feared dead as a "superc:ydone" tore throu&h India in October. Another cydone just two weeks earlier k1lled 100 people and inJured 1,000 in Orissa. on the Richter scale shook through the island of Taiwan.

• People around the world celebrated the turn of the century. These partiers ushered in the year 2000 in New York's Times Square.

• Despite fears of the predicted Y2K bug. mass computer shutdowns and chaos 1n the streets, January 1, 2000 came and went with virtually no problems at all.


& Stalled Middle East peacemaking efforts were put back on track when Vasser Arafat and Prime Mimster Ehud Barak of Israel signed a land-for-security agreement

& A November World Trade Organization conference in Seattle was disrupted by violent protesters claiming the WTO promoted large, multinational corporations at the expense of workers' rights and environmental concerns.



A David E. Kelley's law firm drama, The Practice, won an Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series.

A Regis Philbin hosted ABC's surpnsingly successful, big money trivia show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.


& Peanuts creator, Charles Schulz, died in his sleep the night before his final comic strip ran in newspapers. He was 77.


.6. Clint Black's duet with his wife, Lisa Hartman Black, When I Said I Do, reached the top of the country radio chart


A. Latin music enjoyed a surge in popularity with entertainers like Ricky Martin, Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias, and Lou Bega gaining huge English-language audiences. Martin won an American Music Award for Favorite Artist

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A. Cher's dance hit Believe went A. TLC received two Grammys, induding one for Best R&B Album, Fanmai/. Their A. Sting won two Grammys for his album to number one in 23 countries singles No Scrubs and Unpretty did well on the charts. They also earned an AMA Brand New Day, Best Pop Album and Best and earned Cher her first Gram my. Award for Favorite Band, Duo, or Group in the Soul/Rhythm & Blues category. Male Pop Performance.


& Britney Spears won an American Music Award for Favorite New Artist The 18-year-old walked away with four Billboard Music Awards including New Artist of the Year and Female Artist of the Year.

& With his fifth album Devil Without o Cause ~oing double platinum, and his performance at Woodstock 99, Kid Rock enjoyed the greatest success of his ten-year career.

& 'N Sync's Music Of My Heart, recorded with Gloria Estefan, was an instant hit Bye, Bye, Bye, the first single off No Strings Attached, also did well on the charts.


& NASA received a disappointing setback to the Mars program when it lost contact with the Mars Climate Orbiter. This was followed by yet another lost mission when the Mars Polar Lander disappeared only three months later.

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Ford introduced its new hybrid electric car prototype, the

Prodigy. This fuel efficient family car achieves more than 70

miles per gallon, making it very appealing to the cost consaous, environmentally aware consumer.

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ndows2CXD & Windows 2000, Microsoft's newest operating system, was released JUst as the Department of Justice anti-trust case against Microsoft was concluded.


.& Faux animal print accessories like tiger, leopard, and zebra were all the craze among the wild at heart

.&You may have thought raiding your grandpa's closet would never get you .& Beaded necklaces of all colors were very popular anythmg cool. Well, all of that chan_ged when everyone went for the ubucket hat as well.


& With a World Series sweep of the Atlanta Braves, the New York Yankees had their 3rd series win in 4 years and a record 25 total.

& Winning the Women's World Cup in an overtime shoot-out, Brandi Chastain's final shot clenched a hard-fought VIctory for the U.S. soccer team in front of more than 90,000 fans.

& Margaret McGregor made it into sports history by defeating loi Chow in the first male-female boxing match.

& New Zealand won its second consecutive America's Cup, returning the 149year-old trophy to the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron.


& Serena Williams became the only African-American woman to win a Grand Slam tennis championship in over 40 years with her win in the US Open women's singles match.

& Tiger Woods ended '99 at the top of his game, ranked number one in the golfing world.

& Allen Iverson showed his stuff this year. Iverson, whose height is six feet even, was the shortest NBA scoring champion ever. He also finished third in 0 the League and was named to the AII-NBA first team.


A After 17 years, Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino retired. The 38-year-old Marino threw for a record 61,361 yards and 420 touchdowns, but never won a Super Bowl Championship.

A Wayne Gretzky retired after 20 seasons with the Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, and New York Rangers. Gretzky helped win four Stanley Cup championships and three Canada Cup tournament titles. He was also inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Canada.

• Andre Agassi had an awesome year, winning the U.S. Open and the French Open, and taking over the number one ranking from Pete Sampras for the first time since 1996. Agassi and Steffi Graf plan to marry in June.






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