Scanned image of page 8 of the Spring / Summer AHSAA 1991 newsletter is aboveThe above image of page 8 of the 1991 Spring Summer AHS Alumni newsletter was converted to text, on 11-27-2011 by Ed Hendrickson Jr., using the NewOCR.com website. The OCR'd text is below.
Ideas for a fun summer with other Ames High grads! Try a rendezvous wherever you live now. We'll supply the mailing labels and list for any alumni who want to gather folks in their area. There are lots of AHS folk in Colorado, for example.We need your help! If you haven't paid your dues, please do! If you haven't written to us, please do! If you haven't come to a meeting and you live nearby, please do!
We'll be getting our own ofﬁce (shared with pep council) this fall at Ames High. We also have a room to store our marketing items and banners, etc. (Well. it's more like a big closet, but we're proud of it.) We even get a bulletin board to display alumni items and news. If you're at the high school after mid-June check it out.We held a “bring a friend" contest at our last meeting. The idea was to bring someone new to the meeting and then take them out for ice cream. I brought Valerie Lacey ‘ 82 who was recently named Woman of the Year by her chapter of American Business Women's Association. She'll go on to compete nationally this fall in Las Vegas. Val is a cosmetologist with ManStyle (Finesse Imagemakers Corporation) as well as manager and trainer in Redken product knowledge. (Honest, I didn't make her come because we work together. She's just that kind of involved person looking for a new challenge.)
We sponsored something new this year - a Student Leadership Workshop held March 25 to teach 100 Ames High students leadership skills. It will help expand the base of leaders at Ames High and it only cost us $100. A sound investment in the future!We again sponsored the senior class picnic, a scholarship and (also new) the honors banquet. Little by little we have an impact!
Other donations received were fromRuth Cole Jackson '30 Rosemary lverson Wilson ‘48
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