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The 1991 spring induction of National Honor
Society students includes nine juniors at Albe
marle High School. These students have main
tained an overall A- average or better, have
shown leadership skills in and out of the class
room, and are active in extracurricular activities
in the community and at AHS. The nine students
to be inducted are as follows: Stephen Aldridge,
Courtney Brown, Jason Byrd, Jeimifer Eller, Jill
Huneycutt, Jack Linker, Stacey Pinion, Jonathan
Weathersbee and Jennifer Windell.
Stephen Aldridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Aldridge, presently serves as vice-president of
the student council and is a nominee for Gover
nor’s School. For the past three years Stephen
has been a basketball statistician, and a member
of both the golf team and jazz band. He has
$50,000 and Counting!
By Meonne Blalock
History has been made - AHS senior Kevin
Muse, has been awarded the Holding Scholar
ship, which is valued over $50,000 for four years
at Wake Forest University. This is only the
second time in Wake Forest history that the
Holding Scholarship has been awarded to an
Kevin had to compete in interview competi
tion on March 2 at Wake Forest. Afterwards he
received news by phone and in a letter that he had
been selected as the winner of this prestigious
scholarship. The only thing left for Kevin to do
is to decide whether he will accept this exception
ally outstanding scholarship.
served as a govemor’s page and participated in
the Sunmier Ventures program.
Courtney Brown, son of Mr. Charles P. Brown,
has served as a student council representative and
is presently a peer mtor. A scholar-athlete, Court
ney has been involved in many sport activities in
the past three years, including cross-country,
basketball, track and golf, receiving all-confer
ence in cross-country and track. Courtney is
currently a member of the FB LA and FC A clubs
and is on the Full Moon staff at AHS.
jasonByrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. RichardByrd,
has been selected as a Govemor’s School nomi
nee and is presently a member of the Interna
tional and Jr. Civitan Clubs. Jason was also on
the track team in the ninth grade.
Jennifer Eller, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. George
By Meonne Blalock
A special congratulations is extended to Kevm Kevin Muse, president o > P
from all of us at AHS! new business to the group.
Economics in Action Scheduled April 10 and 11
Fifteen juniors from Albemarle High School
will be chosen to attend the Economics In Action
program which will be held on April 10 and 11 •
The program is designed to acquaint high school
juniors with the realities of their economic envi
ronment. All facets of the business world will be
explored. All students must be above average,
niature juniors who desire to learn more about the
professions in the work field of today. Those
chosen will meet at the Agri-Civic Center at 9:00
ft's not easy
This thing ca[Ced Life
'Mth its Brof^en dreams
S\nd (onety nights
That don't xuorfiout right.
It would 6e easier
[fit came xvith a script
Of ivho we were to meet
And the right things to say.
And nothing But sunshine
^iUing each day.
cy^n someone leaves our Life
Is in direct proportion
q'o the joy
a part of our Life.
Eller, has participated in the Summer Ventures
program and the leadership conference held at
Converse College. A nominee for Govemor’s
School, Jennifer is an active member on the
basketball and softball teams.
Jill Huneycutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Huneycutt, is an activ&member in the following
clubs: FCA, BADD, FLC and Jr. Civitans. Jill
has been selected as a nominee for Govemor’s
school and is a peer tutor.
Jack Linker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Linker,
is presently a member of the FCA, Spanish,
International and Jr. Civitan Clubs. Jack has
been on the golf team for three years and will run
track this year. He is also a smdent athlete and an
active member on the Quiz Bowl team.
Stacey Pinion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanly
Pinion, is currently active in the AHS band and
won Honorable Mention in the Amy Charles
writing contest. Stacey is presently a member of
the Jr. Civitans and the French club. She has also
participated in the Pfeiffer Wind Ensemble and
Jonathan Weathersbee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stan Weathersbee, has participated in several
math contests and is a scholar- athlete. He has
played football for three years and is a member
oi\h& Crossroads staff.
Jeimifer Windell is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Windell. She is very active in band
and Jr. Civitans, and she has been nominated to
Governor's School. Recently, she helped bring
victories to AHS as a member of the Quiz Bowl
Something Special Is Going On!
By Mesheka Davis
Have you ever wanted to come to school and do whatever you were interested in? Well, on March
22, that day will come. Students are going to be allowed to alter their schedule for part of one day.
During the week of March 11, you may register for the different courses that will be offered. Each
studentmay choose up to 5 courses listing them in their order of interest You will be assigned to your
chosen classes during the first three periods of that day.
Some of the classes will be taught by professional people within our community. Ms. Debbie
Bennett will teach a course just for teens. Ms. Jane Smith will teach an emergency first-aid and CPR
course. Ms. Lori Sasser and Darryl Furr will teach a special course on dancing. For the students who
are interested in science and the stars, Mr. Herb Hartley and Mr. Danny Blalock will teach astronomy.
And for students who would like to leam more about coping with death. Rev. Gus Feathers will be
here giving various pointers and advice on this inevitable problem. Other courses, such as computers,
chess, sewing, and cooking will also be availabe for our smdents. Students are not guaranteed to get
their first choice, but every effort will be made to meet your interests. This morning is sure to be fun
for all of us at AHS.
A M. where they will divide into groups includ
ing those students from other schools
groups will travel to various businesses ^d
manufacturmg. real estat^ .
The program promises to be excitmg
yes, it would Be
3ut it wouldn't Be
Tammy Craig and Eric Smith hope to sharpen their chess skills at the mini
courses on March 22.
Megan Jayne Cummings
January 12,1975 - February 23,1991