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The full moon. online resource (None) 1924-????, May 01, 1996, Image 2

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lOQ'J 'Tur' T?r^r%x. >*ooiwt MAY 1996 THE FULL MOON PAGE 2 Features EDITOR : JENNIFER LOWDER CLASS OF 20 O m . -m^:i ii Working by Christy Chambers As sununcr approaches we all wonder what lies ahead For some of us it is a time of relaxation and sun, others are gone for most of the summer on vacations, but some are stuck here bound by a JOB!! If you arc looking for some responsibility and a way to get some cash then look no further than Albemarle for some cool jobs. If you still want to get some sun and being indoors is going to drive you crazy, then maybe you should think about becoming a lifeguard. You do have to take classes to become a certified lifeguard, but it could be means of getting extra cash, being outdoors, and getting sun. If you feel like indoors would be better because its air conditioned, then you could alv/ays work in the ftall, at a grocery store, at Wal-Mart, or K-Mait. If you’re more the type of person who likes to serve and help people, then maybe you should think about working in fast-food resturaunt or steakhouse. Maybe, if you 're creative, you could work mowing people's lawns, in some of the day care centers keeping children, at some of the garden centers like Spring Lake Gardens, or even offering to wash people's cars. Many studwits at AHS already have jobs around Albemarle. Kelly Morehead works as a lifeguard along with Beth Hathcock, both at Morehead Park. Other students like Mondarious Henry, Ken Covington, Kristina Butler, and Toby Burris work at the famous Food Lion. Stephen Anderson found some really interesting work this summer with the school board paintmg all the county schools. Other students like Stephen Eudy, Brandon Bi vem, and Adam Strawn work at Still Oil gas station. As you can see, there are many students here at AHS who have fcHind many interesting jobs to earn some extra cash. If you are looking for a job, take these ideas and hope that they work for you. FULL MOON Published nine times per year by the journalism class at Albemarle High School Member Quill and Scroll surr Mary Nance- Editor-in-Chief April Bailey-Co-Editor. Sports Eloise Od(m - Co-Editor, News Jennifer Lowder - Featwe* Editor Dustin Poplin - Entertainment Editor Susan Hathcock - Advisor Senior Staff Shawna Euto, Mandy Poston, Kristina Scon Junior Staff Christine Chamben. Allen Fun. Allison Hudson, Katie Mabry, Kelly Rakes. Rusty Story Catcding a LittCe. by Katie Mabry As May 31 slowly approaches the students start to think about what to do this summer. While many students are gomg to bound to Albemarle with jobs, many others wiU be venturing off for many exciting adventures. Most students find themselves at the beach after graduation, while some students find u more mteresung lo suy and cruise around Albenarle. Other studenu find themselves traveling to vanous plac« around *e world. Even though the summer seems like it is very long, actually it is Kou Yang - Travel and play soccer Kelly Miller - Going on a mission trip to St Lucia Hutch Kiriqpatrick - Woric and find some parties Kelly Freshcom -I’m going to the beach. Beth Vandaburg and Laura Cauble - The usual. Sttphen Smith - Woric and go to school. Gresham Wilhelm - Fmd my friends SibX 'i Ufa. Tinraiy Hin«in.HKBeKhlll ’'“‘ Stacy Freshcom - Working at the beach. Michael Dennis - Be a bum GO-C.U her. ** girlfriend to get b«dc from art achool and spend some quality time witl>

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