8. Pat Piekarski 11. Donna Traver (Vice-Pres) 16. Diane Galanis
9. Kathy Koch 12. Kim Coyle (Secretary) 17. Cail Hamann
10. Kathy Parry 13. Candy Coyle (Treasurer) 18. Pat Herrick
[To make identification easier, just hover your mouse pointer over the girl's face to see her name.]
The Rebel Girls' Club, along with the Lansing Lions'
Club, prepared Christmas Baskets for families in Lansing.
Considered to be one of T. F. South's most active
organizations in the past, the Girl's Club has glowed
again in 1970-71. Under the leadership of President
Pam Miller, Girl's Club has carried on tradition and
has also introduced some new and valuable ideas.
With the aid of the sponsor, Mrs. Beare, the Girls'
Club Board successfully staged the winter semi-formal,
"Moments to Remember," and other annual
events such as the Big 'n Little Sister Party, Teacher
Appreciation Week, the National Honor Society Tea,
and Dad 'n Daughter Night. While busy helping
Rebel girls learn the social graces of hostessing and
attending public functions, Girl's Club also sparked
a giving spirit among the Rebels with special Christmas
projects. Displaying the typical talents of a
Rebel, T.F.S. girls busily sewed dolls and stuffed
animals which the Club donated to the Marine drive
for "Toys for Tots." With the aid of the Lion's Club,
the girls also filled Christmas baskets for needy
families. All in all, the past year has indeed found the Girl's
Club prosperous once again.