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DedLzicaqt-ion Thoma W~V~.f~*reigh
This year's Caribbean is dedicated to Thomas
Wright, math teacher and photographer
extraordinaire. Mr. Wright is teaching at
Cristobal High School for his fourth year, and
is head of the mathematics department. In the
time he has lived in Panama, he has contributed
greatly to the yearbook and Atlantic Community
by sometimes being the sole photographer at
important school and community events. His
wife, Joyce, is a kindergarten teacher at Ft.
Gulick Elementary School. They have two chil-
dren, Millie and Stewart. Millie, an Army
officer, is now stationed in Germany. Stewart
is a log cabin builder.
Outside of school, Mr. Wright loves to play
golf. He has recently bought a house in Seguin,
Texas on a golf course. Texas, he has decided,
fits him "to a tee."
If I were to describe Mr. Wright, I would have
to describe him from the school teacher and
photographer I know. However, his friends can
paint a better picture.
Mr. Grubbs, computer teacher, says Mr. Wright
is "atypical, dirty, old man."
Mrs. Hoffman agrees with this description.
To the students, however, he is still the math
teacher who tries everything to get you to learn
how to use the FOIL method.
If a beautiful girl like Minnie doesn't seem to mind getting her picture
taken with you, you should feel flattered. Haven't your parents taught
Mr. Wrighi. % hen you talk of \our old sailing days,
I'\e ne\ er otiten the impression you miss them. Do
\ou really. %\ant them back so bad you'lll weara pink
Deciding his clothes blend with the oil jack, Mr.
Wright agrees to have his picture taken against
the most common thing seen in the Texas region.
Mr. Wright, you should know by now that just posing in front of a
Christmas tree in a suit doesn't mean you get to open your presents. Next
time ask your wife to pose, and when the flash is still blinding her, open
No matter where they are, Mr. Palumbo,
Mrs. Hoffman, and Mrs. Rankin are al-
ways there to give their support and re-
mind us who is #1.
Seventh grade rappers, Jamal Amantine,
Ryan Bolchoz, and Michael Lee jam the
gym doors down at the pep assembly's
No, he's not rapping nor is he doing a new
dance step. Marc Johnson is just trying to
get Mr. Hashman's attention.
Football managers Kathia Ford and Isha
Guerrero are posing for the camera
before a hard day of practice.
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The Adolescent Spirit is in the Air.
How about explaining some things to me?
Mr. Will might say it is a touch-
down, but Mr. Elliot is definitely
not digesting it.
Life goes once around
and the fun never ends.
Cristobal High's stu-
dents, teachers, and fac-
ulty members are high
in spirit, showing their
full support through the
year with great
enthusiasm and opti-
mism. Though some
act slightly crazy at
times, everyone knows
they are just out to have
a great time the best
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CHS future grads express the
meaning of TGIF by releasing
the energy they have stored
through out the week in the
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Some of Cristobal's finest enjoy "The
Pirate" at the DCA fair.
Manning Bolchoz leaps for joy on "The
Bomber." Jessica and Jennifer seem
ready to help him along, or off.
CHS students go for the gusto!
Just Do It!
But what IS there to do on
the Atlantic Side?
Our students fill their free time with such varied
activities as fishing, cayuco races, acting, and
the D.C.A. fair is always eagerly anticipated.
There is no lack of things to fill your time!
Ivan Evans and Sam Shoman always grace
the fair grounds with their presence...but
Ivan, I thought you didn't like lemonade?
Misty Landrum and William Price
practiced hard to get ready for the 1993
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The Cayuco Race, though eagerly awaited
each year, is still hard work. Isn't it
William? The memory must fade when
they are not racing.
Lenin Vega and Chris Beauton show us
that all of Cristobal's a stage aweing us
with their preformance in Visit to a Small
AT THIS MOMENT
Seniors tell their feelings of about graduation, life, and emotions.
This year I feel excited, not
because I'm a senior, it's just
the idea that I'm going to
college to live my own life by
myself, without anybody
there to help me. It's great to
know this is my last year and
I will never have to come
After leaving behind a part
of our lives, we must (even
with ambivalence) enter a
new stage and foresee suc-
cess in our future.
I am excited about my senior
year. The year I have been
waiting for because I can
start on my own and see what
the future has in store for me.
I can't think of what to say.
This last year I have been
through a lot, but I can't
complain because I've had
two great friends by my side.
Thanks to Lori Vega and
Jon Lu. I love you all, I could
not have made it without
you. I'll miss you when we
The only thing that makes
my life possible is not know-
ing what comes next.
I hold on to unforgettable
memories to which I'll never
say good-bye...the true bonds
of life time friendships will
come apart, but with a light of
hope to somehow last forever.
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At This Moment...
I hold on to the memories of
friends, while I cherish the
people that brought me to
where I am. Parents, teach-
ers, and friends held my
hand through the good and
bad years. I wouldn't have
made it without them. I don't
want to go, but I must.
To know in just a little while
you will no longer be in high
school is a very heady feel-
ing. It scares you, but at the
same time it also excites you.
To all my friends, thanks. It
would have been different
Ivan D'Arcy Evans Gianno Feoli
Live your life from day to day
and don't worry about the
future. Eventually it will turn
out to meet your expecta-
I feel a bit sad for leaving
school, but I am really des-
perate to get out of it.
The time has come for us to
begin our quest through life.
To all my friends, thanks for
everything and putting up
with me. To our kids who will
read this, we were young
like you and now treasure
our memories, at least the
ones I can remember.
Fidel Hachem Mohammed Hachem
I'm never going to forget the Continued study is a goal
best moments that I shared that will help you in your fu-
with my friends at Cristobal ture, and it will give you the
High School. additional education for a
Lookng roud Ail~ MLiownttI
Intelligence isn't the only thing
that counts in this world, but
also the ability that you pos-
A positive attitude is the
key to achieving many goals
in life. A smile, no matter
where you are, will always
brighten your day
I know that today will be-
come tomorrow. I will be
leaving my favorite place in
the world to explore greater
planes in my life, to exceed
the coming. Yes, it will be
hard to say goodbye to yes-
terday, but I am a survivor.
I have learned to mature and
comprehend myself through
my experiences at CHS. I
was helped, I was listened
to, and I was given a shoul-
der to cry on. It will be hard
to say goodbye, but those
wonderful moments I will
cherish deep in my heart.
J Laatz Ronald Labouliere
The time I have spent here in
Cristobal High School will not
be forgotten by me. I don't
want to leave. Times have
been fun and times have been
hard, but there are always
good memories to lean back
During these three years of
high school, I have had the
best time of my life. I have
shared my thoughts and
feelings with a lot of pre-
cious friends, and I will trea-
sure these experiences in
the bottom of my heart.
The future is visible yet
clouded; I see but not clearly,
except for one thing: I see my
heart aching for the "forever
friends" made at CHS, the
night sounds coming from
within the jungle, and most of
all, the deeply pride emanat-
ing from every CHS Tiger.
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We are in high school and
ready to go to college. It's a
little bit scary just thinking
about college. I mean the
new teachers and all of those
students. I certainly won't
get the attention I have got-
ten here at Cristobal. I will
certainly miss this school.
It's time to say goodbye to all
the wonderful moments
shared with my best friends
in school. Even in college I
will remember those beauti-
ful times. A new life is begin-
ning, and new things are
coming in mind. It's time to
fight with all the problems
that real life has, but I'll be
prepared for everything.
Lysandra Luna William Man Yip
I love being a part of this Know your weaknesses
school. Now I'm a senior this and try to strengthen
year and I look forward to my them.
life. A lot of love to my friends.
I feel a sense "that some say
I'm crazy; others say it's just
me; some say I'm lazy I guess
I will always be."--Guns and
Roses. It is time to master
that undiscovered country
that is awaiting me. To my
friends I say goodbye, and
I feel proud to be one of the
many Mexican Americans who
have fulfilled their goal to reach
the "End of the Road" of high
school. Those hard, long years
that have passed before me
are unfrogettable memories
that will stay with me for the
rest of my life.
Paulette Prescod Deborah Price
The older you get in life, you'll School has been a time to
find out that your main goal laugh and a time to play but
for success begins at "Gradu- now it is time to stand tall and
ation". face the unexpectedness of
a a 9 a a I moo
Jose Santiago, Jr. Adneris Serrano
I'll miss some of my friends,
but.....I'm glad to be going
back to the States.
CHS holds three years of
memories that I'll never for-
get! Thanks for all the good
times. I'll miss you guys.
I feel a sense of loss be-
cause after this year, every-
thing will be changing. I will
be starting a new period in
my life as I leave my high
school years behind. It's
hard to realize that I can
never go back; it will never
be this way again.
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I would just like to say: I hope
we all can succeed in the fu-
ture. God Bless.
Growing is great, but I fear
that! I am not the same
physically, but the same at
heart. I hope the best for me
and my loved ones at school
With the end of high school
approaching, I'm thinking
about who I am. As I peak
into the door that is just open-
ing to me, I feel confusion
and a sense of being in-
complete. I don't think I
have ever been happier, but
what if there isn't that one
special place for me, and if
there is...How will I find it?
Kathie Dawson and Tania
Chinasing exercise their legs
away in the step aerobics por-
tion of the 1992 CHS Health
Studying hard for English
seems to be what everyone is
doing, everyone except Gianno
that is. Gianno, who ever said
you were camera shy?
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Griska Coronell listens to the
noise on the other end of the
headphones at the hearing
booth in the Health Fair. So
Griska, are you deaf yet?
If looks could kill...Kathie, if
you stare at Gianno like that
long enough, you might just
get your wish and kill him.
As Esther Hogan would say,
when she is sitting in herbooth,
"What do you want?"
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Ivi, you do realize that if you
scream the whole library will hear
you? Don't worry, you don't have
have things to do;
they are the busiest
people in the school.
The only problem the
seniors at CHS have
with this, besides the
stress level, is times.
Someone must al-
ways be sure to ask
for the meeting time,
or else they don't
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LOOKING TO THE FUTURE...
Juniors Jennifer Stike and Aubrey Tho-
mas joined in the Christmas program
ready to listen to the choir while posing
for Mr. Wright.
As you can see here, Sam Shoman is
showing his sewing skills. Maybe in
the future he will become a fashion
Is Gloria Gorton struggling with the
typewriter? It does no good to com-
plain; it will not correct its own mis-
Bernardo Acosta, Jr.
Chris Beauton Hugo Crabrera
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Scott Clark Todd Cox
Yu-Hie Ferng Carlos Fiol
Charles Craig Jack Dewhurst
Jenny Flockhart Andres Flores
Marc Johnson David Knight
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LOOKING TO THE FUTURE...
Over the years this junior
class has been complemented
by the faculty and staff again
and again. As teachers, we
have recognized the talent,
the drive, and the leadership
in the junior class. We can
lookahead into thefuture and
see that each person's poten-
tial will catapult this class
into success. As teachers, we
enjoy you...we laud you...we
Speaking out about the Junior Class has Mrs.
Hoffman and Marc Johnson singing their
we look forward to your lead-
ing our school as mighty se-
As the Junior Class has grown
in body and spirit, they have
also grown in their ability to
quickly respond to all activi-
ties that benefit both the class
and the school. It's been ex-
tremely easy to lead such a group
because even the most timid fol-
lowers have found a leader
within themselves. We are an
extremely intelligent and pow-
erful class and I am proud to be
called their president.
Laura Kraemer Ezekiel Luna
Yosoyla Luna Mahesh Mayani
Joel Prescod Wendy Price
Wisam Shoman Jay Slough Derek Smith
CLASS OF 1994
Ellen Rosales Alex Ross
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Alexandra Stankovic peeks over to see
what Mr. Younkin is doing. Alex, you
know you can't copy him. Your page has
to be an original.
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Editor Ronda Grogan sorts through the
pictures she wants to be placed on her
pages. This isn't the end of it for her
though; this is just the beginning.
Mr. Younkin shows Susan Hwang exactly
what he wants on the Yearbook page.
This years yearbook staff had only one
Alex if you think hard enough you might
be able to remember the person's name,
but it might be easier to just ask someone.
The yearbook staff gives vent to their
frustrated emotions and finally strangle
Mr. Younkin. As you can see, Mr. Younkin
is only smiling for the camera.
Working together to make the best ever.
his year's yearbook staff started with a few problems.
One of which was the lack of returning members. Only
one member from the last years' staff returned and was
given the problem of getting a new staff together.
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The lack of staff members did not faze
Editor Ronda Grogan or Advisor Mr.
Younkin. They knew a staff would pull
itself out of the woodwork before des-
peration time came. And a staff did.
IN0 Gloria Gorton, Susan Hwang, Ana Lam,
Yu-Hui Ferng, Aubrey Thomas, Kellie
Clark, Aleksandra Stankovic, and Rich-
/ard Johnston all expressed the interest
needed to be on the yearbook staff. Work
commenced. A new program arrived and
a desire was expressed by Mr. Younkin to
have the yearbook totally prepared by
computer. Learning the new program
took valuable time away from the actual
starting of the yearbook, but when it was
finished, the yearbook continued.
The financial department also took on
many new faces, including the Financial
Manager Mrs. Sonia Isom. Between her
and Mr. Younkin, they split the forces of
the yearbook staff into two separate
groups, those who would work on the
yearbook and those who would help raise
money. With slight changes in the format
of the book, and with a couple bingos, the
yearbook was brought into being.
Even though the finances and the staff
worked out, the yearbook still would not
have been completed if it wasn't for our
photographer. Mr. Wright, THANKS!
The Chain of Command stand
proudly at attention, display-
ing all of the characteristics of
Lemescio Smith shows the
pride in his job as the standard
bearer for the J.R.O.T.C in-
Cristobal J.R.O.T.C in ac-
Well, the chain of command for one.
Cristobal High School's company of
J.R.O.T.C. is now under the direction of SSG
S0 Sotomayor with company commander MAJ
Andres Flores. Though not appreciated by
everyone in the school, no one can wonder
S* iwhy there are a lot of people in green once a
week. If they do forget, the J.R.O.T.C. mem-
bers will remind them with the ritual shout-
ing, "E C H O Echo Tigers on the go..." But
who's complaining? What would you ex-
pect in a military school? Boy Scouts?
Stephanie \olfram salutes in
honor of the United States flag
as the color guard presents the
colors at the local football
1LT Marcus Williams inspects
Sergeant Major Blanquicett
during the weekly inspection
of the platoons.
As Marcus works hard on his
Math, one realizes that being
in J.R.O.T.C. isn't just fun and
games; grades count here too.
Ellen and Ivi dance wildly to the rhythm
and beat of the 1992 Tiger spirit dance.
"Hey, I can't hear you all," Honorine Millar
seems to be saying. Try and listen harder!
Never to be upset by a little rain, the CHS
are like the mail carrier's saying, "through
sleet, snow, rain, ice..." Panamanian style,
"through rain, mud, wind, and more rain..."
during a pause in the action, the cheer-
aders pose for the camera.
"CHS is the best, oh yes, C--H--S." Just ask any
of the Cristobal cheerleaders!
1992 Tiger Cheerleaders
The sounds of helmets crashing and bodies banging; the smells of
hot dogs and other goodies wafting over the stands; those spirited girls
doing jumps, stunts, and routines. At a CHS Tiger football game all of
your senses are appealed to. Short skirts and T-shirts of the school's
colors are brought over by the excited young ladies who are preparing
to delight their audience with their talents (and what they have learned
from their coach Mrs. Seeley). Honorine, Lavina, Jennifer, Ivi, Kim,
Charlene, and Ellen do what they can to drive the CHS fans wild. The
athletic ability of these girls is amazing, they are just as hardworkng as
any of the football players they are cheering for. Way to Go!
he 1992 Cristobal High School Cheerleaders. (Top Row) Sassy Oliver, Honorine Millar, Charlene Pinder, Ivi Keith, Lavina ,
lim Johnson, Jennifer Stike, (Bottom Row) Ellen Rosales.
J. Laatz seems to be looking hard at the
gorgeous girl. Ivan Evans seems to be
afraid to look.
Zaid Hachem and Debbie Price, What a
Alex Ross and Jennifer Stike take time out
from their busy schedule to pose for the
Armando Kilborn smiles for the camera
as Ellen Rosales seems to be saying, "Aren't
I so cute?"
A happening time for everyone.
Though scores were low, spirits were high as Homecoming '92 came to pass. A variety of
muddy football players, food, and multicolored dresses at the dance all made the Home-
coming period an exciting and wonderful time. CHS students cheered hard, and partied
harder as the announcer spoke over the loud speaker, and the DJ played some really hot
tunes for us all to jam to. Every person had something enjoyable to say about the Home-
coming week, whether it was the game, the dance, or just the atmosphere. The lack of an
assembly due to riots and the delay in the game did nothing to dampen the spirits and
pride of the CHS Tigers.
H The 1992 Cristobal High School Home-
coming Queen and her Court.
Gianno Feoli and Kathie Dawson dance to
the sounds the DJ plays. You would think
this dance was just for them.
Student Activity (S.A.)
Moving toward success.
Working hard with determination
to maintain C.H.S. in top form.
Consisting of the presidents of each
class, the S.A. officers are: Marc John-
son, Kim Johnson, Debbie Price, Todd
Stapleford, sponsor Mrs. Johnson, and
"Once I was in it, I felt proud of myself for that great accomplishment. At this moment the group has their
standards for excellence and has already set their goals, which include basically to serve the community
and our student body as best as we can," exclaimed the president of the group with enthusiasm. The Honor
society has existed at C.H.S. for 51 years.
National Honor Society
Students dedicated to Scholarship, Leadership,
Character, and Service.
The N.H.S. leaders are Gianno Feoli, Debbie Price, Jana Swords, Ronda
Grogan, Marcus Williams, Kenneth Palumbo, Jose Santiago, Carmelo
Blanquicett, and William Man Yip. Its sponsor is Mrs. Gegg.
Drama critics rave over the CHS drama club's recent
play....NOT! Future foretold!
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What happened to loving the star per-
former? Is the cast trying to kill the Alien
Practically beeging for his kiss, Ellen,
played by Lenin Vega, leans toward her
boyfriend, Conrad Mayberry, or Chris
Trust him Reba, not only is he your direc-
tor, he's playing your husband. Because
of a lack of older men, Mr. Hashman
stepped in and also took on a role.
Kreton, played by Ronda Grogan, shows
her delight of this wonderful planet Gen-
eral Powers has just given her to play
Making her entrance, Kreton looks about
her in wonder at what she hopes to be
As always, love prevails over everything.
Ellen shows the true meaning of material-
ism. Or does she?
Conrad runs in to tell everyone of the
landing spaceship. Of course everyone
looks at him in disbelief. Their worst
thoughts have happened. Conrad has
Throughout the night, Tiger Fans waited with
1992 CHS JAMBOREE
The night of Jamboree a tradition
at CHS. The Color Guard opened
the night and the queens stood
proudly before their team. Queen
Heather Craig reigned over the
other queens as she showed them
her home ground. People awaited
the plays with ketchup on the cor-
ners of their mouths and eyes bulg-
ing. The cheerleaders cheer for
their team, bringing spirit into the
Brandon, how many pictures have been
taken of you? Your eyes are starting to
bug ,ligilit from tie flahies! It -eem1 to
be affecting those around you also!
crowd. The Tiger endurance and
fighting spirit showed clearly,
though there was no victory for us.
As the night ended, the goodbyes
were said once again, and every-
one left. The night became just
another night at the CHS stadium,
but everyone knew they would be
back; the Jamboree tradition is too
strong for anyone to stop.
Queen Heather Craig smiles beautifully
at the thunderous applause. Kenneth
Palumbo and Marcus Williams take her
for the stroll to her awaiting portable
Mr. Perkins, we realize you like to have
people spirited, but if you are going to try
much more jumping like that, you really
should try out for cheerleading next year!
Do these Tiger fans even know what they
are cheering for? Tiffany Cox doesn't
seem to think it's all that great.
CAYUCO RACE 1993
:A Race to remember for a lifetime, and bru
ises for awhile.
The hard, endless hours
of practice in preparation
of the race were not done
in vain. The boats were
off, everyone racing to the
end of the locks, hoping
against the dreaded
swamping, and...well ask
someone who was there
to tell you the rest.
Ernie Holland and his wife,
Jennifer, spend a tedious day
on the lake being the escort
boat for the GONE PALANTE.
"Tell me you didn't just take a
picture!" Alex Ross exclaims
as he hears the click of Mr.
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What's wrong Misty? Are you getting tired of paddling? Or
is it your back again? Don't worry, only seven more miles to
I-n't it a beautiful da\ to spend lazing around the lake? Don't
\ou lust wish you were s-iimming for \our exercise rather than
As Ricky strains to see the
Daddy Most paddling, you can
tell something must be wrong.
Aren't you glad practice is over
for today, Debbie? Just think,
when the race comes, you'll be
all through and miss this fun!
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'ome on, don't even think of stopping now! You're almost Come on, only a couple more feet to the trailer and you've
iere' The question is, where is there? got it made. After that, you can go home, do you homework,
and maybe go to sleep!
The alto section pauses for a
moment to smile for the cam-
era. Two are smiling in antici-
pation for another concert, one
is afraid to do anything else.
Standing around and awaiting
Mr. Hashman's entrance, Marc
Johnson and Derek Smith
know it's showtime. There will
be no nervous people tonight.
Standing and waiting doesn't
seem to be quieting Michelle
Serrano's nerves any. For
Ronee Price, however, it seems
to be working. Relax!
Kathie Dawson and Tania
Chinasing sing their hearts out,
knowing what a beautiful pic-
ture they make with the back-
"'ALL THAT JAZZ" 1992
3ingin' their way through the new school year.
people wonder why
the Jazz choir loves
to perform, no one
doubts the quality
With which the Jazz
choir takes the stage.
Led by musically
gifted director Mr.
SIs Lenin Vega smiling just for the Hashman, the choir
camera, or is she smiling because
she is sandwiched in between has entertained au-
Marc and Derek? Personally, I diences for three
think they are just having fun.
Kathie Dawson may not real-
ize the camera is on her, but
she knows the audiences' eyes
are focused solely upon the
As the group assembles be-
cause of Mr. Hashman's com-
mand, Mr. Wright yells smile!
Mr. Hashman leads his marching band
through their first parade, the first Christmas
Parade held on Fort Davis.
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Let's keep in step brass section! You know
what Mr. Hashman would say if he realized
what you did to his parade!
While Drew Pope stares down at his trom-
bone, AJ Vega knew they would need music
at this game. Drew, next time don't forget it.
\lot even french horn and trumpet player
reidi F\e can tell \,hat the wonderful l
cameraa is taking a picture of. The shin\
Plare off the trombones~ hides e\ery thing.
f she only knew.
The CHS Tiger band creates havoc for the fans throughout
the school year.
1992 Tiger Band!
The director, Jim Hashman, is very pleased with the progress of the
band this year. The CHS band played at all of the home football games
this year, exciting fans and helping the cheerleaders pump spirit into the
crowd. The grand finale of the band's football season was the halftime
show at the Homecoming football game, introducing the 1992-93 CHS
marching band. Though the fans love the band and the band loves to
play, the band members have mixed emotions about marching. "Band's
all right, but marching's boring," says Lukata Way; however not all the
band feels that way. "Band's just great!" Aisha Bonilla exclaims. The one
feeling shared by all, fans and band members, is thanks to Mr. Hashman,
they're the best band from CHS in almost ten years. Everyone appreci-
ates the hard work they've done to make the year enjoyed by all.
Mr. Hashman gave the band over to the
direction of his drum major for the sole
reason of his wanting to play. We have
you figured out now, Mr. Hashman!
Everyone knew at the football games and
concerts the band had a tendency to go
crazy, but no one knew how crazy!
King Jon Lu
Queen Debbie Price
Helping to make CHS a success, taking a stand on the issues.
Sophomores...never leaving doubts to their
ability to perform the task and more. If
something is happening, you can count on a
sophomore to help in any way, whether it is
a contest, such as the talent show, or just a
party. They'll be there and ready to perform.
Walker Santiago show he mi.gh be a cin-
ematographer in the fitture as he does his
regulIar filming of the hliih school football
Pame-. He \\as at every game rain or
,hine with hik camera
Ricardo A. Alvarez
Lucy Ann Correa
Christine E. Alvez
Christine E. Alvez
Joel P. Cruz
Marsha Y. Del Bosque
Leroy H. Cargill, Jr.
Cristina D. Donahoue
Marcus D. Evans Catherine B. Ferguson
Miguel P. Flores Kathia K. Forde
Willie A. Harris
Christina M. Hernandez Horace T. Hogan, II
Sung Un Kim
Sung Un Kim
Kenneth R. Martin
CLASS OF 1995
Zachary C. Figueroa
Taking a stadi on/ the issues of today1.
If you see sophomores roaming the halls of
CHS, nothing will convince you they are just
any old students. The sophomores have an
air about them, a pride in their grade. If you
do entertain doubts, they will quickly relieve
you of any. They are THE SOPHOMORES.
Willie Harris practicing his skills for bas-
ketball. What do you think...Is he doi ng a
good job, or should he keep trying? I hea r
we'll need more basketball players nexi
Marius L. McCutchen
David A. Miller
Yvette M. Ochoa
Fernando P. Ottey
Ronee D. Price
William K. Price
Torin J. Ramos Lavina Mae Rivera
Cristy L. Schier
Robert F. Seales
Jeyvin Smith Lemesio Smith
Elmer H. Smith, III
Anthony S. Sotolongo
Rovonda S. Torian
David Rivera, Jr. Walker Santiago
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Looking sharp! Bernie Acosta shows his
skills t o rating tor all the world to see.
Accompanied by David Millar, with a
cheerful smile, Heidi Fye was prepared
for a perfect shot.
While attending the football game,
Tamasha Ottey proudly shows her Ti- .
ger Pride and smiles at the camera.
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Bernardo Acosta III Mikel Andrade
Heather Bernhardt Yimara Boksh
CASS OF 99
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Keya Brown Tracey Burnett
Dayra Chinasing Idalie Correa
Charles E. Flockhart, Jr.
Nicholas W. Frank
Tanzique N. Hayes Susan Hwang
Richard J. Johnston
Calvin M. Landrum
Christian A. Lopez
Fabian R. Mallet
William T. Hall
Tamasha O. Ottey
Shadrick C. Price Jim A. Ramos
Elmer A. Schroer
Erika Z. Sinclair
Todd C. Stapleford
Roberto R. Sinclair
Heiss D. Villamizar
Kelley O. Stamper
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The eigth grade class
has accomplished many
fund raisers beneficial to "
their class led by their -
president Kim Johnson.
The eighth grade class
has gained thematurity Ce~
and spirit that they will
need as the new fresh-
man class. Way to go
class of 1997. You will
surely be a class to re-
Jose L. Alvarez
Edgar E. Bent
John M. Bolchoz, Jr.
Aisha X. Bonilla
Natalie A. Bonnett
Roger D. Braun
The class of 1997, fu
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TO BE FRESHMEN NEXT YEAR...ARE THEY SCARED?!
Nyris V. Burac
Lorelai L. Butler
Yariana A. Castillo
SKellie D. Clark
Viviana M. Clarke
Tiffany B. Cox
Rayza L. Diaz
Jennifer A. Doran
Naomy I. Facey
Clarence D. Flint
Jorge A. Grant, Jr.
Alfred B. Hall
Kimberly A. Johnson
Stephen A. Kilborn
Suresh M. Mayani
CLASS OF 1997
Sharing the couch, and their friendships,
Manning Bolchoz, Tiffany Cox, and Angie
Thomas smile and wave as they enjoy the
Kim Johnson is not only the president of
her class, she is also one of the Cristobal
High Tiger Cheerleaders. You could hear
her throughout the many sports seasons.
Shadon C. McConnell
George R. McCracken
Melissa Ann Murphy
Crystal G. Olivas
Sharlene C. Pinder
Drew D. Pope
Jeremy S. Pyle
Dazx M. Rasimowicz
George W. Ratley
Jennifer A. Robbins
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Annjuri I. Sinclair
Laura A Smith
Dana J. Stapleford
Priscilla G. Taylor
Angela J. Thomas
Robert E. Torian
Lukata A. Way
Nathaniel O. Weber
Percival R. Williams
Rencie E. Woolsey
Being in a pep rally for the first time, these
seventh graders make us realize how ex-
citing it is to be Tigers.
Jane A. Acosta
Jammal R. Amantine
Mandee Sue Anderson
Eira S. Andrade
Jennifer L. Bland
Ryan D. Bolchoz
Vielka N. Bonilla
Jessica M. Bonnet
Joseph N. Brown
JosephJohnson concentrates deeply while
playing his instrument. Many seventh
graders took part in the Cristobal Tiger
Band this year.
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Julie M. Burchett
Natalie C. Burnett
Raul E. Colon
Jennifer S. Dawson
Royce A. Dillard
Richard B. Georgi
Cosette G. Graham
Bethany L. Grogan
Sariah R. Hall
Joseph A. Hernandez
Tom A. Herring
Scott L. Johnston
Lonni J. Keith
hMichael G. Lee
Becky M. Liston
k ,.Magda E. Lobo
CLASS OF 1998
Staring at Carlos Fiol, Jennifer Dawson
hides her mischievious smile. It wouldn't
do for him to know what you're really
In the middle of all the commotion, Nicole
Woods and Barbara Pagan were keeping
up with the steps of the cheerleaders dur-
ing the spirit dance.
Celia E. Luna
Lance Dana Luna
Christopher T. Macabulos
Daniel E. Mallett
Jason G. McDermott
Kendra M. McDonald
Karina J. McFarlane
Nykeisha L. McLellan
Sabra A. Millar
Linda A. Odem
Barbara M. Pagan
Sunny E. Rasimowicz
Amber N. Ray
Kenny R. Robinson
Yesilka R. Rodriguez
Jo An M. Santiago
Tishna N. Seales
Leonard E. Smithh
Andrew T. Sneed
Raymond E. Spray
Tamis N. Stanley
James Eric Stoddard
Albizu J. Vega
Aleandra M. Villamizar
Catherine A. Watkins
Wilfredo A. Williams
B. Nicole Woods
Yaritza G. Zarate
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mination to win the game, Neto
Acosta and Derek Smith watch
Ivan Evans with curiosity and
a mischievous grin.
J. Laatz has already become
and expert in putting on his tie.
He can even do it with hi- eves
While in their gym class, students witness
a beath taking moment as they wait with
great expectation for the basketball to go
in the basket.
Jose Alvarez seems to be day-dreaming,
yet his present semblance is a shocking
reaction toward the camera.
Julie Burchett tries to hide her new cast,
but in a group of friends as noticeable
as hers, hiding is impossible.
Tetris expert, Paul Petroni, is deeply en-
grossed in his game. Or could he be doing
"Corey Townsend runs the ball! Tiger
first down!" The announcer seemed to
say that phrase quite often throughout
the football season.
Ricky Alverez seems to be showing off
his good form, but we all know he is just
waiting to throw the scoring pass.
Walking off the field, Corey Townsend
has a look of despair written all over his
Neto Acosta completes yet another pass
while being tackled by a defensive
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Watch Out! The mighty Tigers are on
their way through, and everyone knows
the theme is "move it or lose it!"
The football team tried to maintain the
correct pose, but someone seemed to
have pushed Horace Hogan and of course
when one falls down, the rest follow!
1992 CHS Tiger Football Team
k tribute in honor of the hard work and dedication shown by all.
Maybe this isn't the NFL, but this is the closest we get to the real thing. A masculine
lunchh of guys representing Cristobal High Tigers, playing their hardest and giving their
ill everytime they play. Our team may not have the best record in football, but they do have
he best set of fans in all of Panama. The Tigers may have only won one game, but they have
ilso w'on the hearts of everyone at Cristobal High School. It takes a special team to totally
vin the support of a whole community. Everyone gives all their support and encourage-
nent to the Cristobal High Fighting Tigers. You did a great job!
Left to Right) Zachary Figueroa, JR Flockhart, Alex Ross, Bernie Acosta, Carlos Fiol, Miguel Flores, Derek Smith, Marcus Williams, Andres
Riores. J Laatz, Kenneth Palumbo, Sam Shoman, Horace Hogan. Yvette Ochoa, Jana Swords, Marius McCutchem, Elmer Smith, Fancisco
Wlartines. Ofibio Villanrina, Todd Cox, Corey Townsend, Brandon McDonald, Lonnie Francheschi, Hugo Cabrera, Christian Lopez, Chadrick
rice, I\ an Evans, Jay Slough, William Price, Fabian Mallet, Tony Sotolongo, Lukata Way, Ricky Alverez, Isha Guerrerro, Kathia Ford
Is this teamwork or what?
Debbie Price is sure glad
Kathie Dawson is on her
Tiffany Cox ferociously
guards the hungry oppo-
Debbie Price jumps! The
camera flashes! The pic-
ture and the point are
Tamisha Ottey aims for
her shot. Is Tamisha
bewildered or is she just
Jessica next time you go
up for the ball, check
where the other player is.
The idea is to make the
point, not knock out the
Lady Tiger's Basketball
"DoC not let
what -Ycu can't do interfere with what you can."
1992 CHS Lady Tiger's Basketball Team: (front) Courtney Goodman, Jessica
Northweather, Kendra McDonald, Debbie Price, Angie Thomas, Aubrey Thomas,
Cristina Donahue. (Second) Assistant-Coach Rico Atherley, Tamisha Ottey,
Esther Hogan, Tiffany Cox, Kathie Dawson, manager Gianno Feoli, Tanzi Hayes,
Misty Landrum, manager Marc Johnson, Erika Sinclair, Coach Gayle Rankin
Jump, Kathie, Jump! Noth- Is Tiffany spacing out
ing can stop you once you again? Aren't you sup-
attain wings! posed to be paying atten-
tion to Mrs. Rankin?
1992 Tiger Boys' Basketball
"Pride, Hustle, Dedication, and Family. That's what makes uLp our Cristoba l Hisgh School Boyd
Basketball team."-Jon Lu
"Having confident players who
are all valuable to the team and
a brilliant coach who will keep
us on the enlightened road to
Number 1, we will put an end to
every opponent who tries to
stop us. This being my last year
as a Cristobal Fighting Tiger, I
will not forget the exciting
memories the school and the
team have left imprinted in my
heart. It will sadden me to leave.
To the teams that follow after
Derek Smith reaches and puts
up another two pointer for the
me, I wish them the very best.
I'll miss the family feeling I've
had here at Cristobal."--Jon Lu,
"CHS Basketball is on a re-
bound. It's been many years
in the making, but now the
time has come. Go Tigers!"--
Marc Johnson displays his
prowess in the sport when he
puts up this shot.
"I got it! I got it!" exclaims Torin Ramos as the ball comes flying towards his face.
He seems to be pushing Nick out of the way.
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k% ali.im. kVIilia Price (Cor,, TciwiFer.ld Back, Kath F.'rde l-ha Guerrero'
.lei, r~-il NI Mrc ohr~i~o % trri !,Cuktchn flrek rmkth Ion! 11 Coach Ettiot,
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SStriving for a victorious
and prosperous season.
"The baseball team is filled with strong determined athletes
filed with spirit and skill. They are in for a prosperous
season. The baseball team is striving for a victorious season,
which will undoubtedly come true. The fine athletes who
make up the team hear the distant echo of the victory bell
chiming in their ears. Like Tigers, they're going to win!"
-- Coach Grubbs
Not all baseball practices are as
easy as this, Todd Cox and
Carlos Fiol are just making it
Pitcher Kent Grubbs and Catcher Kenneth Palumbo share a
moment of freedom warming up their arms before the real
Jose Santiago practices his
batting while Manager Ronda
Grogan and Coach Grubbs
Front Row: (1 to r) Joey Hernandez, Horace Hogan, Zac
Figueroa, Jose Santiago, C. M. Landrum, Elmer Schoer, Ofibio
Villareyna. Back Row: (1 to r) Leo Benedetti, Juan Munoz, Kent
Grubbs, Mohammed Omais, Nick Frank, J. Laatz, Todd Cox,
Kenneth Palumbo, Carlos Fiol, Scott Clark.
1993 BOYS' BASEBALL
Fans get Ready! The 1993 Boys'
Volleyball season is near, bringing
excitement and positive stress to all
tiger fans. Some of the goals set for
this season were "...to work together
as a unit to provide fluid play and an
exciting game for both players and
fans," comments Coach Troy Oliver.
Having several players coming back
with three years of experience, Coach
Oliver awaited the chance of having
these experienced players to give
them the means to be champions
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Jon Lu reaches the highest possible height which will let him smash the ball intc
the face of the opponent on the other side of the net. If Ion is what you get if' Vot
ha\e a basketball player playing \olleyball, may be that should be off seasor
1. Laatz looks up as he feels the ball hit his bump position. Or is he just waiting
in one spot for the ball to land?
The power of the mind is exposed in this extraor-
dinary body contortion shown by Carlos Fiol.
This is what really happens at practice: the players
see who can make their body go into the weirdest
M O P, Q1~ .*;
Ruthann Morales awaits, she is pre-
pared to back up her teammate.
Tension grows in the
air as the Girls' Volley-
ball tryouts come closer.
Goals are set; new play-
ers are seeked. Coach
Rankin declares the type
of girl who would be
perfect for the team this
year. Someone who will
contribute to the team's
pride, who will hustle,
and will show determi-
nation and commitment
throughout the season.
"I'm looking forward
A proud, hustling
player is what
to a smashing good sea-
son, with good healthy
attitudes about sports-
competition, and per-
In a moment of tension, Laura Krae-
mer balances herself for a striking
Within herself there is true Tiger,
Honorine Millar stretches to the
limit, giving her best always.
The Girls' team shows us what they can do.
1992 Boys' Tennis Team
This year's tennis team is filled %\ ith determination \\ ith the support
of their coach and five great manager. the\ wlon their tlrst match in
three years. Great job guys!
Joel Prescod looks up, knowing
where the tennis ball is going to I l
be when he tosses it into the air.
Zachary Figueroa follows through
after smashing the ball into the
Kent Grubbs' face expresses his
determination to hit the ball as
hard as he can into the opposite
J. Laatz' racket is just a blur of
movement as he reaches up to
serve the ball.
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11Ba Ik Coacli \ ounkin IMalhe Correa Ronda Grogan,
Carnelo BlanqUkiCtt lod Pre-nod Carlo-; Fol I Laatz,
Kent Grubti.. 'ccot Clark. Isv Arnantine. Tania Chinasing,
Kathia Forde follows the ball with her
The 1993 Girls' Tennis Team pauses a mo- eyes after she returned the serve with
ment from their practice to smile, all her might.
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Isha Guerrero justs waits until her oppo-
nent tries to hit that ball back to her.
Now Daira, if that isn't a look of concen-
tration, I'm not sure I want to know what
it actually is. Is this a new strategy of
yours? To keep your opponent wonder-
Ellen Rosales backs into her
opponent to put her at a disad-
Nicole Woods attempts to con-
trol the ball while keeping it
away from her opponent.
Sharlene Pinder implicitly ex-
presses her opinion about
Coach's nasty strategies for the
game that day.
Tiger Soccer 1993
0CCE The yearbook staff has come to a
conclusion concerning boys who
play soccer...THEY'RE SHY!!!
For all our hard work trying to get the soccer crazed freaks of Cristobal out onto
he field, for no promise would they have their picture taken, not even the promise
)f it in the yearbook. Finally we decided the yearbook would just have to exist
without them. If you did want your picture in the yearbook, well sorry, we tried.
To our left we have John Doe stopping the ball
to get control. This could have been a Cristobal
student, but shyness overtook them all and caused
havoc amongst yearbook staff. For some reason,
the entire soccer crazed population of Cristobal
High School vanished without a trace. If you can
solve this unknown mystery, please inform the
proper authorities before it is too late.
In all seriousness, this year's book was com-
pleted before the soccer season began; however,
we know the soccer team had a wonderful season,
for they are Tiger's. We wish we could have given
you something to remember this year's team by,
but the schedule did not permit it.
Mark Johnson taking the
lead in a dance as usual.
"No autographs please. I
don't have time right now,"
exclaims Jose Santiago.
Hey Hugo What are you
looking atP Definately not
what you ore supposed to
Read into It!
What's going on? CHS
No Heidi is not sleeping, she's practicing for
leading an important event in band. Way to go
The students at CHS
are not only hard
but they are also in-
volved in every kind
of event. They are
interested in soccer,
parties, choir, acting,
etc... Well what can
I say,they are active
people. We are
proud of everyone
of you and wish you
luck in everything
you do! We know
the pride everyone
has of being a CHS
tiger. CHS, there is
no place like it. We
are one of a kind!
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Teachini flt,i stllduL t t st to go g ter ig: tO grot thillgs: teacher 's goal.
Teachers are here to help with learning;
They want to help fill a child's yearning.
They want to help fill a desire
That can sometimes set a heart on fire.
Teachers help students become great readers.
They also help them become greater leaders.
By: Kellie Clark
Coral Adema Ricardo Atherly Rosalind Baitel
Mrs. Sonia Isom looks up from her busy
job of an-swerint the ever ringing tele
phone to smile for the camera once sh(
realizes her picture \vUl be in the year.
I No Photo
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TAKING PRIDE IN
Sonia Isom Janet Johnston
IN TEACHING STUDENTS.
II rglis Riv
TO TEACH CHS STUDENTS
Hector Sotomayor Francisco Tursi
Yvonne Von Boeck
Ricardo Atherly looks up as the camera snaps, capturing him in
his own environment: the kitchen. Everyone experienced Rico's
french fries and onion rings throughout the school year. They
even came back for more, usually.
TO BE THE BEST THEY CAN BE.
Congratulations Lori. Lori,
We are all proud of Espero que todos los
you. We love) ou very sentos que tengas en
much and %%ish you memte se hagan
the best of luck al- realidad. Mucha suerte.
ways. De alguien que te quire
y aprecia mucho...
Don Carlos Gomez
Dad, Morn, Grandma, D
P.S. Lori Te amo
LucN. Tons and Lisa
Yesterday you %%ere only a baby, today you have
gro\ n to be a beautiful young lady, and most of all
a wonderful daughter. Don't forget the moral
values % e ha\ e taught you and most of all believe
in what you do. We know that you can be anything
you decide to be. Just do your best always.
Mom & Dad
The time has come to let you go. There are two things we would like
you to remember: our love & pride in you. It meant so much to listen
to your ideas, watch you grow, hear you laugh, and see you play.
Sooner or later you'll reach your goals, but you'll find your road full.
Over the years you've learned things to help you--a good daughter
respects herself, loves God, and has perseverance--so keep this and
you'll always be successful. Congratulations and Good Luck.
Love you & Bless you,
Mom & Dad
You've accomplished so much in your short life and we are proud of
Jenny & William
Felicidades! La energia y la persevancia te van a preparar para el
Mis sinceros deseos de buena suerte y felicidad para la nueva vida
que has de emprender.
Tio Harry J. Brustmeyer
Congratulations on one of the most memorable days of your life. Your
grampa and gramma are so proud of you. May your plans and dreams
for the future all come true. Remember we'll never stop loving you.
Grampa & Gramma
Receive our love and best wishes. May your dreams come true
throughout your life. Congratulations to you and the "1993 Class."
Aunt Carol, Tio Rafa, Will & Romancito
Los valores que cultivemos derntro de cada uno de nosotros, son
los que nos realizaran como persona en el future.
I've watched you grow into beautiful young lady. I'm so proud
of you. It has been great having you as my neighbor. I wish you all the
best. Reach for the Rainbow. Stay sweet and take very good care of
May God bless you & keep you always,
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Marcus, your parents are
proud of you. We have
encouraged you to reach a
high expectation of your
education. With our sup-
port and prayers you did
achieve it. We love you
Msg & Mrs. James Wil-
We are rewarded to have you as our grand-
daughter. We wish you the very best for your
Mamu & Jacky
We are so proud to have you as our daughter.
It has been a joy and a blessing to be part of
you life. We love you,
Mom & Dad
m. Dad, Jesse, Jenn, Melie, [
Congratulations and buen
Good going and best of h
Go for it, Jana, and you c
Lori Vega, May God ble
of your future.
We are so proud of you.
Always remember we
love you. Take Proverbs
3:5 & 6 to heart and you
will be able to face any
challenge that comes
your way. Our prayers
go with you.
Mom & Dad
Kathy & Omayra,
Please don't go!
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Omayra, Always have faith in
you special dreams and in your
power to make them a reality.
Your Mami, Papi, and sib-
Omayra, Inspirate a hacer lo
mejor...Para alcanzar, por mas
retandote a ser todo lo que puedas
tu ser. Tu Amigo Alberto.
Que las metas escogidas se
hagan, realidad: Y, no sean solo
un sueno. Tu Amigo Felipe.
la suerte, Angie!
n the Laatz Family
n the Laatz Family
n the Laatz Family
ess you and be the light
To my sweet daughter
good. luck in your
MIr. & Mrs. Luna
Be your best ...Al-
ways! I love and will
Hallways, bells, "special"
smells, homework done
at dawn. Miss you smile
and you style, going, go-
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for achieving this goal.
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A.F. & A.M.
Congratulations to the class of 1993. From
the Master, Officers, and Members of
Sibert Lodge, Gatun, R.P.
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You are our first born and only daugh-
Dear Seniors, ter. You are very special to us. We Love
Though you don't know You!
where you are going, cherish Congratulations & Love,
Mom, Dad, Charlie,
where you have been. Chad, & Logan
Through laughter and tears
you have shared some of your
greatest moments. Congratu-
lations on you graduation and To the Seniors of 1993,
best wishes for a life filled I enjoyed being your spon-
with many more great mo- sor when you were but jun-
ments. iors, but I also enjoyed watch-
Mr. Perkins ing you progress through your
senior year. I'll miss you guys.
Keep the Beat Dear Seniors:
At this moment....
You are standing on the
't- edge of a wonderful life. As
Syou step forward, savor
every moment! I love you
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