Make your next move a Mahjongg Connection. Do you knit or crochet? Have you ever been a knitter or crocheter? Or have you been thinking of starting? Sinai Stitchers welcomes you. Initially we gathered as individuals, but our relationships, enthusiasm and determination have allowed us to tackle more projects. We started knitting stuffed dolls — perfect baby gifts. We are also knitting patchwork baby blankets and adult throws. And then we knitted hats for the IDF. The Israel Committee helped us with a start-up donation. We quickly found that donations of needles and yarn were arriving, and we gratefully accept all yarn donations, so we started to knit scarves and hats for the homeless in our greater community and for youth at a community youth shelter.
From our group, different leaders have emerged with the excitement of different projects. We hope our enthusiasm will inspire others. Temple Sinai Stitchers is truly an example of one of our successful Sinai Connections. Are you interested in something dear to your heart? Contact us. A mix of core strengthening, aerobic exercise and stretching, Power of Posture focuses on improving health and vitality.
The class is geared to all levels of fitness and capabilities. Come and find out the remarkable affects that one hour can have on your body and spirit. Whether you speak French fluently or are looking for an opportunity to practice and improve your French, join the conversation, socialize, meet other Temple members and connect in French. We have ice time and teams.
Rocks will be thrown and ice will be swept. Curling is one of the most popular sports in Canada! It is a game of intriguing strategy that can be played by people of all ages. If you would like to join us, no experience is necessary; only enthusiasm to meet your fellow Temple community members and have some fun together is needed. Are you expecting your first child?
Do you know someone in our Temple community who is? Bringing a child into your family is an exciting and significant life event. Share your experiences with our new group of first-time expectant — pregnant or adopting — parents. Many of us have ventured into the field of law. We spread across the GTA in various fields, both private and public. We share a passion for justice. Our opening lunch and learn included a teaching by Lorne Sossin, Dean of Osgood Law, on the fusion of Judaism and law.
Our lives are all about connections and interactions with people, our family, friends or those around us; however, sometimes it is hard to find the time or the venue to connect. Most of us moved to Canada and have that in common. Some were born here but shared the language. It was amazing, by just that shared connection, how a room full of strangers could feel like a room full of friends.
Conversations started right away, stories were shared, and food was enjoyed, delicious food from many different parts of Latin America! Plans are already on the way for our next meeting and hopefully many more after that. You are invited to speak a bissel Yiddish with us on Sunday mornings. We hope to deepen the relationships that you make within our Temple Community. Practice what you already know or learn new words in a supportive, fun environment. We hope you will join us for many lively,friendly get-togethers. Sinai Connections is all about bringing our Temple family closer together.
If you would like to be part of any of these existing groups or have an idea that will bring our Temple family closer together, please contact us. Marcie Goldberg Programming Coordinator programs templesinai. I have met many people who share the love of learning through literature and current events. Book club attendees, library users, co-committee members, and Temple staff all provide a rewarding and stimulating connection experience. Sinai Connections. Cafe Hafooch — Registration is closed. Ukulele Connections. You Can Ukulele! Beginning on October 28, this eight-week class will run during the day on Mondays.
Nordic Pole walking — Sundays and Mondays from Canasta — Mondays and Thursdays at 1. Do you play Canasta? Mahjongg — Mondays at 1. Pilates Studio — Tuesdays at 9. Register for September! Leading the individual performers were Turney, with a record in the pound weight class, and Grant, who compiled a mark. Linton compiled the team's third best record. Sports — 89 Reggie Cross takes a long jump shot from After taking a cross-court pass from a teammate, guard Mike Smitha drives past his twenty feet out against Chatard.
Arlington opponent to put in a layup. Rodney Upshaw, who moved up from the reserves, saw some varsity action. The Rocket season opened with a victory over Lawrence Central as John Hardin poured in 18 points to lead all scorers.
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Following a 66 loss to Ben Davis, the varsity recorded a come-from-behind win over Chatard, led by Hardin's 28 points and Reggie Cross's Losses to Carmel and Northwest followed, but the Rockets rebounded to defeat Howe and Scecina in succession. Mike Smitha, with 15 markers, led Ripple over Howe, while Hardin once again paced the roundballers in the Scecina victory.
Three straight losses preceded the next Rocket win. In the consola- tion game of the City Tourney, the varsity posted a triumph over Northwest as Cross rang up 25 points. Six points in overtime by Smitha led the Rockets to a win over Arlington in a regular sea- son thriller played in the Knight's gym. Despite 30 points by Cross, the top individual mark of the season, the Rockets fell to Cathedral and lost six straight games before enter- ing the Hinkle Fieldhouse Sectional. In the opening game, Coach Ring's charges downed Arlington by a count of Behind at halftime, the Rockets ignited in the second period as Mike Smitha scored 25 points on long jump shots and Har- din added 19 tallies, mostly on twist- ing drives down the free-throw lane.
The Rockets, however, were eliminat- ed from the Tourney by Washington, undefeated State Champs with a won-lost record. Cross, Hardin, and Smitha all averaged in double figures for the season. The three Rockets tallied nearly 15 points each per game for the entire campaign. Daryl Mason, using his height to good advantage, hauls in a rebound. The reserves compiled a won-lost slate, a complete reversal from last year's poor record. Action is fierce as Rocket forwards Bob Ring and Steve Shuel 35 go up high in the air against their Marshall adversaries to gain control of a rebound.
Mike Smitha leaps past his defender to add two points to Ripple's score. Round bailers post improved season mark Utilizing all of his jumping ability, Reggie Cross snares a rebound. Because of an enlarged heart, Hardin missed several games, seriously hampering the Rockets. Sports — 93 Football highlights successful intramural year John Lynch makes a key reception for the Packers as Larry McGuire comes in quickly to make the stop.
Featuring football, basketball, and bowling, the boys' intramural sports program had a well-rounded athletic season in under the di- rection of Mr. Frank Baird. Early fall activities were dominat- ed by touch football as more than fifty boys turned out to compete for five teams. Tom Parr and Todd Sam- mons each scored two touchdowns for the victorious Packer team. The regular season ended in a tie between the Packers and Steve Swope's Jets for the league lead with records. In the final game, the Saints were beaten when a conversion pass attempt by Cooney was inter- cepted by Parr for the Packers.
Intramural tennis was a disap- pointment as only five participated. Basketball was the most popular sport with boys playing for ten teams. Bowling attracted 16 teams of four boys each, competing every week at the Town and Country Lanes. Individual statistics were paced by Bill Cooper with a average and Schlegel at Jack McElhiney had the high single game with a Phillie Dave Lautner takes an easy fifteen- footer in the heat of intramural basket- ball competition.
In a crucial battle for Baumgart leaps high to Welch's jump shot. Mary Carnell proves her experience with a spinning serve in the finals of the intra- mural pingpong tournament. Wreck Tech! Charged with the "go power" of enthusiastic fans, the cheerleaders encouraged struggling athletes to- ward victory. Basketball, tumbling, and a girl pingpong tournament made up the winter sports. Completing a record, Sylvia Johnson's Trojan's won top honors in the team girls' intramural volley- ball competition.
Patty Brack's Se- nior Warts finished second with a record while Janet Woo ley's Me- galomaniacs compiled a slate to claim third place. Awards, based on a point system and given at the annual GAA mother- daughter picnic at Broad Ripple Park, completed the year's activities.
Sports — 97 98 — Album Album People — waiting in the lunch line, waiting in the bookstore line, scheming to get schedule changes on the first days of the new semester — People — sleeping in study halls, learning to incite "riots" in speech classes — People — agonizing over final exams, cheering up on cafeteria candy day — People — singing and dancing in the musical, teaching students to think — People, not just rooms and books, but people adding their own personal qualities make the school a dynamic place of learning. Princi- pal J. Murphy also served as trea- surer of the North Central Associa- tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools for his sixth year.
Rosalind Ewing and Mrs. Maenell Newsome served on com- mittees which evaluate high schools for the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Faculty honors included Mr. Richard Dowell received his doctor of science education degree from Cor- nell University. Dean of boys John Perry assists freshman John Cheffy with his newly assigned lock- er combination. Fred Murphy checks the organization's finances with Mrs. Jo Wolf. Performing one of his duties as vice-principal, Mr. Albert Mahin inspects a new shipment of furniture for use in the new faculty dining room.
Over the PA system comes the familiar voice of Vice-principal Roger Riley as he reads the morning announcements. As dean of girls, Mrs. Rosalind Ewing gets in on some teen-talk while enjoying a Fresh Aid discussion panel. Faculty — Faculty livens school year with holiday party Mrs. Diane Alig Mrs. Miriam Atlas Mr. Robert Ayers Mr. Frank Baird Mrs. Kathryn Barnes Mr. Janet Blocker Mrs. Carolynne Bobbitt Mrs. Robert Brown Mr. Paul Brown Mr. Ferd Brumblay Mr. Robert Casey Mr. Virgel Clark Mrs. Max Dane Mr.
Gary Davis Mr. James Davis Mrs. Marilyn Dearing Mr. Wallace Decker Mrs. Mary Diaz Mr. Earl Dosey Dr. Richard Dowell Mr. Robert Eisenbarth Mrs. Janice Ellis Mr. David Enright Mr. William Evans Decorative candles, poinsettas, cookies and cheeseballs create a cheerful atmosphere for the Annual Faculty Christmas party as Mrs. Alice Marsh, Mrs.
May Louise Steinbreugge, Mrs. Barbara Wininger, Mrs. Eileen Hall, Mrs. Josephine Wolf, Mrs. Lucille Dombrow and Mrs. Christine Knadler finish last minute prepara- tions in the Main Office. Rosalind Ewing Mrs. Melinda Fairburn Mrs. Ruth Fife Mr. William Fisher Mr. William Fletcher Mr. Daniel Gallagher Mrs. Ruth Marie Griggs Mr. William Groves Mr. Norman Hall Mrs. Mary Hammel Mr. Dale Hamner Mr. Clovys Harvey Mrs.
Ruth Herin Mr. Milton Hiatt Mr. James Hinshaw Mrs. Mary Hogg Mr. Robert Hougham Mrs. Edith Humphrey Mr. Warren Jackson Mr. James Johnson Mr. Edward Kassig Mrs. Martha Ellen Kixmiller Mr. Patrick Koers Mr. Mordie Lee Mrs. Anita Lewallen Mr. Douglas Litteral Mr. Robert Ludlow Mr. James McDaniel Mr. George Mingle Mr. Antone Morone Mrs. Barbara Mueller Mr. Fred Murphy Mrs. Maenell Newsome Mr. Edward O'Nan Mr. Arnold Pahmeier Mrs.
Lucinda Paul Mr. John Perry Mr. Kyle Peters Mr. Gene Poston Mr. Thomas Potter Mr. Charles Praed Mr. Patricia Richardson Mrs. Carole Riley Mr. Roger Riley Mr. Gene Ring Mrs. Edna-Mae Ross Mr. Carl Sams Mr. William Schaffer Mrs. Janis Schmidt Mr. Nicholas Seldon Mr. William Sirka Mr. Marvin Smith Mrs. Sally Thrasher Mrs. Rosalind Warner Mr. Edna Whetsell Mr. John Woody Mr. Horace Bicknell Mrs. Lucille Dombrow Mrs. Gertrude Fetters Mrs. Eilleen Hall Mrs. Christine Knadler Mrs. Alice Marsh Mrs.
Sara Powell Mrs. Jane Siebert Mrs. Maxine Smith Mrs. Laura Snyder Mrs. May Louise Steinbruegge Mrs. Barbara Wininger Mrs. Josephine Wolf — Faculty Cooks Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. Mar- zetta Bell, Mrs. Helen Diggs, Mrs. Ruby Ealy, Mr. Glenn Hanson, Mrs. Margarita Horn, Mrs. Esther Hurt, Mrs. Flor- ence Ingals. Marcellene Lahne, Mrs.
Wauneita Minnick, Mrs. Fran- ces Riker, Mrs. Barbara Ro- meiser, Mrs. Elizabeth Stock- hoff, Mrs. Mildred Vesey, Mrs. Frances Weaver, Mrs. Alfreida Wilson. PAUL A.
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Achievement ; Arts Salon 3; Girls' Ensemble 2. KENT R. Achievement 3; Orange Aid Achievement 3; Jr. Invitation Com. Achievement 4; Musical 4; Booster Club 4. Achievement 3; Orange Aid ; Sr. Red Cross 2; Orange Aid ; Sr. Red Cross 2; Sr. Achievement 2,4. Histori- cal Soc. Club 4; Jr. Achievement ; Sr. Election Com. Council 4; Arts Salon 3. Elec- tion Com. Achievement 4; Arts Salon ; Jr. Achievement 2; Jr. Achievement 4; Fashion Board ; Jr. Achievement 4; Office Asst. Club , Sec. Achievement 3; Arts Salon 2; Phys. Ac- hievement ; Ripples Make-up Com. Achievement ; National Thespians Play 2.
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Achieve- ment 3; Archery Announce- ment Com. Council 3; Jr. Agent ; Girls' Ensemble 1; Jr. Seniors — Class of 1 sets medieval mood at prom With high hopes for the future, class offi- cers, David Johnson, Ann Cooney, Pam Retterer and Phil Whistler plan efficient prom committees. Barb Castner. Nancy Davis, Sammy Davis Jr. Steve Nelson, and cheerleader Marilyn Myers to urge the Rockets over the goal line. Davis, Karen L. Davis, Marcia Davis, Michael Davis.
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