Glenbard West 2000 Yearbook

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Glenbard West 2000 Yearbook
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1999·21XXl ha s becna yearofchangea nd o f s ucress forthe
Glcnb.1rd West B.md program. The year began with a new
choiceforbandmcmbers: lhe choice lo domarchingbandor
wind ensemble. The ne w voluntet:r marching band system led
toasmallcr competitive ma rc hingbandthathadagreat season
This ycar'sshowwas" AllThatja zz". Lcdby drummajors
MC'Shan Powers, Allison Hengesh, and Dan Weintraub, the
b.1nd oompetedatl..akePark, plac...'<1 3 rdatWhccling, and
placcd2ndat Stagg,al so winninglk-stBra ss andBest Auxiliary
Homl.'COmingcame and went , with the b.1nd producing another
"Best o f Show"floatforthe parade, completewithaworking
jukebox. Thenitwas thel.1 stfootballgame, the endtoavery
s uccessful season,and scnio rsbidforewelltothemarching
bandplaying" Escorpion" fromthcirfreshmanyear. Soon it
was December, a nd weekend s we re filled with b.is ketball pep
b.1ndandplanning for1he fomous Mis tle toe Madness danre,
whichwa s its usual succt"S5. ja:r..z Bandandl'ercussionhad
theirfirst co r"lcert , as dida114b.1ndsandOrchestra. january
alsoga vesevcraltale nted musicia ns,Salli Schlacks, Becky
Brilndma n,and ErinH inc hey an o pportunity to traveldo wnsta te for IMEA 's All·State Festiva l. The BOP Flo ral Symphony.
District 81 HonorBand,and Solo and Ensembleall ca meina
w hirlwind in the s pri ng, but what was o n everyo ne's mind w<>S
thetri pto Ha waii. Theba ndandorchestratra velcdtoHa waii
March 27·A pri1 2, w ith a combined "Ha waii B.1nd" competing
inandwinning thci rclass atthe Ga te wa y Music Fcsti val. The
tripprovedto be a nunforgettableonefor evc ryo ne in volved
Uponretuming home, theConccrtB.1nd l and Sy mpho nic Band
oompeted atlhe lSU BandFestival,and allthe bands had<t
s uccessful springronccrt. TheSymphonicBandwent o nto
oompetc inthe Superstat e Band ContestinMa y. Percussion,
Jazz,a ndOrchestrahadtheirfinal roncerts, a ndfinally itwas
thcmuchawaitcdbandawards ni g hl. The yearhadbeenone
fullofgreataccomplishme nts fortheGlcnb.1rdband s
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The Pinnacle staff
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alw;iys looking fo~
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Yearbook Production
course is being offered,
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submitted pictures and
copy tohclpflnishthis
book. Without the
Pinnacle, memories of
the school yea r would
be forgotten
TheClenbardwasa
huge success th is year.
Mr. Wiersumagainwas
thesponsor for thepaper
As achangethisycarthc
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oulstandingjobo( dc\ivcringncwsandvicws to the
studcntsand stafr. Keep
up the grea t work!
Thc Forcnsics teamhad yelanothe r suca-ssful seasonas the
"Talking To ppers,. plared at every toumamentwhere they
com pctt>d ind udi ng fi rstplace finishes at Elk Gm ve,
Liberty ville,Cona n1 ,andl.inoolnWa y. The Hillto ppers also
were 11-ISA Regional Cha m pions, runners- up at the IHSA
Scctio nal, a nd plact>d fi fthin theState. State medalists ind uded Patrick Rahm (six th in Origina l Comed y), Chris to phe r
Connc\l y(fifth in Special Occasio n Speaking), Rcbe«a
Brandma n (fifth in Ex lempora noousSpeaking). BrettHalloran
(fou rthinHumorous lnterpreta tio n), MichaelH all (fourthin
Orato ricallA-.c:la matio n), and Nioole Gillcspie(second o n
lmprompto Speaking). The Forensics team was coached by Mr
Mike Kolodziej
Got Science? This year
wasnoexception,asScicnce
Olympiadh11danothcr
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bcrsjoin,butnewcooches
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thirdronsecuti\•eyearaftcr
win ning8thplact"al the
~'!~:~row~~r~~:l>d
medals in the regional
indudedSumerahBahksh,
AnthonyB.'lldocchi, John
Gaebler, Abraham Kare,
Jerome Kare, Matt
O'Connor,PratikShah,Lily
Yang,andKaticZctt inger.
Studen tsrompctcdina
varietyofsciencerclall>d
cvcnts thatindudcdcvcry·
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eamcd arespectablc\Sth
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O'Conl\Qrgarnered aJrd
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Written by Jerome Kare
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ThcGle11bardWestchcsstcamrc1urncdsixseniorsanda
[1.miortodcfend it'sco nf('rcncechampionshipfor thel9992000scason. Forascrond straigh t yca rt he teamwas undefcatcdronfcrcncechampions. DavcNordil hltooover board
landfinishl'Clfirstinthcconforenceaswcllasbcingthe
Statc lndividual C hampion. l'd c r Stcfon skiandRyan
Mcndcnhall sha rc thcbci.i rd 2a nd 3spots. Ryan finished
6thinconfcrcnccandPcterfini sh<.>d7th. D<1vidFinncga n
an<l Sa m Casticaltc rnalL>donboard s 4 a nd 5andfinished
13th and 12thrt'Spcctively. Jun ior E\i:wbethVillaflorplayed
at bo.1rd 6 andfini shed1 5th. Sc niorZ1 chVichaand sophG<morcGn'g Habcrcr andAvcrySnydcr pfo yedonboa rds7
a nd 8. Thc tl'amalsoplact>dscoond inthcWest C hicago
ToumamcntthatincludL'<llas t yearsfirs l,St.>oond (G lenOO rd
WL-sl). and fou rth place teams. At the State Team Touma~
mcntthetcamh.'\dadisa ppointing5-2 finis hwithafinal
rankingof14th. Buttheyfoughthardand stillhada chance
tobeinthechampions hipmatch inthe sixt hround. lndividua lswhowcrercoogni1.cdforthcirouts1andingplayat
thestatc toumamcntincludcDavcNordahl (Sthfin isher on
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asmilrwllilrroll«1in11•Mr«yding
TheGlcnbard EnvironmentalCone1!rnsOt-g11ni7. a·
tion,ECO,isromposed ofa
groupof stud cntswho t'njoy
helping with conservation
effo rts. ThcECOgroup
takcsontht' taskof rccyding
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Thegroup had18rccyding
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placed in the classrooms
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All of the seniors looked like s uper modds, and prowled
the catwalkwithpoisea ndgrace. The boostersorganized
theattire,a nd crcatedasophistkatedt'nvironmenlforthe
guestsattheAbbingtoninLomb.1rd . Musicalarrangements,
sungby theGlenbardWest Choir entertainedthecrowd
whiletheyateluncheon. Shopsfromalloverthearea
donatedfas hion s, andseniorsparadeddowntherunwayto
musicfromyearsgoneby. Theeventwentoffwithouta
~~c;~~"!i~~~~o;:~a~uld not help but foe] a twinge of
WrittcnbyKntclynGleason
CWT and TCO at West
give students an opportunity
toleamskillsandapply
theseskillsinapractical
way. lnlheCooperativc
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Westandthcnworkoutof
schoolforpart of thcday.
Theyn..'Ccivccrl'Cli tforthe
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campus,cithcrinthcmorn ingoraftcmoonfor3hours.
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tion,FoodService,ComputerScience,andCr.:iphics
Classesinboththt.>scpro-
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This year West Spirit
grcwas acluband
~~r~:i:sh~~~';: 1keep
festively derornted
Thcyde<:oratt.- dbullctin
boardformanysports,
holidays, anddan«>S
Football games were
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b.11loons and signs. The
girls worked tirelessly
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The National Honor
Society selects members
basedonhighaciidcmic
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Eighty six students met
lheserequircmCTl ts thisyear
when lheywercinducted
into theorganization. The
inductionusuallytiikes
placewhcna studentisa
junior,butcouldalsotakc
placeduringthcscnioryear
Activities throughout the
yearthalmembcrsparticipate ininclude tutoringfor
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g(x)isnothcardrcgularly
Butthen again,t he Math
Teamisnot yourrcgular
club. With amyriadof
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Confercnce nwctthisyear
!~~;:5edw:~s t~~c~~~~li;tes
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provcdtodowellasscores
nity cleanup projecls. With
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scholarship, leadership,
service, and charnctcr
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Leagu e. Wi th so miiny
fo rwardtoanothergrcat
yea r
Written by Jerome Kare
°""'ol 1hernnnbu• i111So<dfor o modclfor
down make-up.
Students for Students
promotes the development
of leadershi pandadrugfreelifes tyle.The focusof
SFS is to hel p students hnve
apositiveeffcctonthem·
selves, other students, and
society. Thisdubprovides
soci11\ serviceopportunities,
schoolp ridccvents( Livc
UfeWel!Week, Exltwith
Pride, Prom Promise,
Ye!lowRibbonWcek,11 nd
RedRibbonCnmpaign),as
wcl\ asC\ownsAgainst
Orugswhoperform for )rd
graders on substance abuse
prevention and making
goodc hoices. Jn SFS,
students arc encouraged to
pursuea healt hy, drugfree
lifestyleand makegood
decisions throughout life
Club Co-Presidents for this
yea r are Kendall Anderson
and Meegan Anderson
Clenstockhada great
turnoutthisyear. With
bands including: Loud
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ClC'nstockprovidedmusic
forallt y)X'S. Takingfirst
placc th isyea r, Hybridgave
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Southtook 2nd. place
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heritagcand tr;iditions.TheToodies,a hhoughha11ingbeen
aroundGlcnbardforawhilc,finallygetrecognition. They
arethegroupoft(.>chnidanstha t runthe lightsandsound
forallthccon\'{JSandschool functionsheldintheaudito-
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11• · · · · · · · · · · genderissuesandhomophobia. FinallytheSaddlcdub
wasstartedbccauseofagroupsaffectionforhorsesand
their joy for riding
nw1999-2000~1eaubRowl : Ne11;..c.,1..,.,,EriUSandrok,NoellePetttson.Row?:Ms.Ka1hL'"""
tuy"5,Michell~S..id,Kim~Btittanyllf<ler,Ca.rnufrttt1y.BmK.>lbolh
Min>lll.dl,l.'.••vinWung , anJJ,1 ; ki~
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S.rnden ta!h with
•boulunrnming lesting
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Mr. Urbain uS<'Shishumorte> ~wp his
~tud~nts smiHng during cLl,;s
~t~R.lymond;,~hlllgthefutun:dlO'm·
Lots of ha nd$-Un classes make Science al West a great and interesting e:i.:peri<'nCt'. C lass room activiti~>s
likee:i.:pt>rime nts, ficldtrips,a nd labs,givestudentsthc o pportunil y tolearnby actions
Freshman h.1ve an oplion of taking Freshm.in Lab Science o r Biology HollOrs. Sophomores Ciln lake
Biologyor Chemistry. TwoyearsofScieoreare requiredforgraduation,butsomes1udt'ntscon lin ueon
Juniorscant.1kt' C hcmislryor Physics,a nd seniorshavenume rousc hoices. ClasS1.-ssuch as Ph ysics,Food
Cht'mis try, Ecology and DNA Science are a\•ailable
With the addilion of \hl.' new lab facilities this year, class and lab work has bl.'Cn muc h mo ll' productive
The Scicncedt'partmenttakcs lhea ppro.1chtolcarningthat Sciences houldbt'inlt'restingforall stude n1 s
Withlheorferings il va ilablethereissomethingfort'vcryone.
A h~•mo f l'"-"'hnwn WoTkon thdr
~xp.,.in1<:11t in ~"-'S hnwn U.hSci~nr.•
Social S1udk'Sl'Xpo!><'S lblOtlll'pas t,present,andfu tu rcofourworld. ClaSS'l.-si nthc
departmcnttcach aboutleamingand respectingculturesaroundthcwo rld ,1'C'('ingsol utions tu
curn'fll proble ms, a nd und erstanding how to oombat problt>ms in the future
Fresh men t;1kc either World Ceography, or World His tory. Sophomores ta ke Globa l
Insig hts, o r Cont(•mpo ra ry World His tory. Juniors havt> more options. They ca n take U.S
His tory, Modern lssu('S, Americ.m Studies or Economics. Seniors h1we the sa me ckoetivl'
oplionsasj uniors,aswcll asSociologya ndPsychology. Thewidcvarictyofcourseolreri11gin
the Social StudicsdcpartmL'fllL'flCOUTagcsstudenlstolcamabout otherculturl'S, fl..'Sp<!Ctthe
prcscnt, andstrivcforamorcpeacefulfuture
Spedalprogramsandavarietyor l\.'SOurces hclp studentsperformattheir hi ghestpoten tia l,whifo providing
adaptationsforindivldualn<.'Cds. TheSpecialEducationprogramhclpsstudentsbcoomesuccessrulthroughindividualizedinstrnclionallloehniques,i ncreasedadultattention,andsmallclass size. Theseadaptationshclp thestudents
perform at their maximum ability. The ESL progr;im helps students whose fluency in English is limited because it is
not their native language. The Omega program works with Freshmen st udents that nl'Cd additional academic monitoring. The Wingspre.1d program is a non-cn,>dit class, that prm•ides students with aca demic assistance and monitoring in a s mall group sell ing
Tht>computer\ab,library,A.V. department,deans,attendance,andnursesom«?arealsospccialareasthathelp
supportthecducational needsoruu r studentsherf:"atWest
ForourCirlsC rOlls·Country tea m, the seasonhas bccn
outslanding. The girlplaced4thintheWt'S15uburban
Conferencc.a nd so meofthe playerswerererognizedfor
eic.cellentpartici pation andre-ceivedman y awards. Kyna
Forkins was namt'<l conferenccchampionandjenny
Korrisontook 3rdpla«" at All-Conference. Jenny Korrison
also placed 7that 5tat e. Wow! Thosegirls really didwork
hardto accomplish so much. Ms. Pariseau , the cooch,says
that itis hardtopn.'<l ict what isgoing to happennex t year
Alot ofnew gi rls; we h;w e a young teamthisyear,so good
lucktoyou guys ncxt yeilr.
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Tlw1999-00Vusity/ F~n / SophmoreGolfTNm:Rowl . B "'ntR<Jbemon,
0..•"1> Lefty, Christinc Pope, AdamX.-..ryns. Jake Fug~n . Row 2: Mike Mam>lt.
AndyPope, JonNaumiK, 0..v•M<Conn•lLJustinloos.PaulRohr. Row:kTim
K..&mlrul<y, CulD"Amlro, AndyCopptTSmith, C.-hGrrsMathalft",CharlMl'f~cr , BNnHunt,Ky~Joh,onoon . Row4 : 8te11J>;cb1,BrUnLlnsdtrom,Matt
e>es.-..aux..AndyNorton,.MaUl<n«ht,A'"'Duda
Thc\999se11son st11rtedinc11rl yspringwithlifting. The
te11mh11dhi g hcxpcct11tionsforthcsc11sonandwcreworking
hard to make them co me tru e. ln August the seaso n went
underway. ltwas to ug hthefirs t coupleof ga mesbuteveryonekeptthcirspirits up. Noonegave upandit sho wedwi th
ablow-ou t winagainstOakPa rkRi verForest. Thehomerominggamewas againstthe ProvisoPanthers,webeat
them. Thebt.>s tgametosumuptheseasonwasthelastone
till 2000againstYork. Thegamestartedalittlerockybutthe
team wasn't about to quit. We mananged to come back ""d
eve n though we didn't ge t the g3me we were happy wi th ou r
s ucess thatda y. Weall cameoutwinnersthatday,winners
inthegameoflife!
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Sis1". ~Kd11... s1.ROH Felton.Row2:Andy8.ium,Mat1Zuckerman,Me•th
Carpmln. Jimmy Kinn. 0..~ Maas, Mi~ Mu, Brandon W<>!o<ik.. Row): Co.och
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TheGirlsTennis teamhadancntcrtainingseasonthisyea r
With g rea t lcadershipfrom ca ptainsErinMa)cstyandPepper
Co.1te,thegirlsdida11outstanding)obattheir tournaments
Cindy johnstonemadeanoutstandingattemptatbeatinga
rankedplayerd uringscclionals. Alsoatsectionalswere
doublesteamsCindylaning,DierdreConnor,andMeg
Kinsey, KerriAngcl; aswell assinglesplayerPcpperCoote
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PhllK.irnlr>:>, pl'rfornuaroulln•un thepommelhorse
TheGymnasticsteamhadaverysuccessfulseasonculminatingina2ndplacefinishintheStat echampionsh ips. The
team ca pturcdfirstplaceinthreeinvitationalsduringthe
season, won st.>ctionalchampionships,andtook2ndinState
wit hthc3rdhighl'!ilSCOreeve r insta teh is tory. This was
Glcnbard Wl'!it's 4th State meet trophy in Gy mnastics in the
last6 years. Thl'Va rsity teamplaced2ndintheWSC,Sophomores took lstplacewi thlyons,a ndtheFreshmenteamhad
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championon 5outof 7events. HeearnedAll-Stateho norson
s tillrings,va ultandhighbar. MichaelPartipiloandBrandon
LowwereStatefi nalists. TheteamqualifiedlOindividuals
for the State meet. Nick Hand, Michael Partipilo, Nicholas
Bridgc,a ndBrando n LowreccivedAll -Confcrcoccwins. Thc
teamrcturnsast ronggroup ofjuniorsanda sophomoT(>
oonfcrence c hampionshipteamtoaddtothcaccomplished
juniors. Ou tlook for next year, with ta)ent, is awesome
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teamhad oneofthe bes t seasons in schoolhistory. Overcoming theoonstructiondifficultil'S, the team stayed
focused winning thc Wheaton-WarrenvilleandGlenbard
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onalllevelspaid offwith 8wrestlerseam ingAll-Confereoce hO!'IOrsand7 makingsectionals. Seniors Dan
Heiderrek h and Chris Baima had strongseasons qua lifying
for statc,a ndsophomoreNick Baimahada43-2 record on
hisway toafifthplace in statefinish. Theseasonwas
phcnomenal and thetcam certa inlyea medit's ranking as
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Thoi9'l9-2000Junioo"V•l'iily WrestllngTHm Rowl:J• kefugman. Kyle
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phi yi ng s kill. Anumbe r ofstudents reccivedawardsfor
thisscason; UbbyPeters,EricaCibulka,and Kelly B.unett
receivedAll-Conferen«"awa rds. Kell y BamettandKristin
Sara ma also receh•ed Academic All-Conference awards
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compcli livl' agai nst o the r tea ms. A show of that tea m
fo rce was the team win over St. C harl es, for the first time
inWl'St'shislo ry.The tea mplaced2ndinthc West
Suburban Confcrcnce,a ndwcrc Rcgional champs. The
team produet.-d severa l awa rd winning pla yers. Dk'Clre
Connor wasAll-SC'ctional. S.-orahllurrows,Mcgan
Gillogly, Emily Hakcman. and Heilthcr Sorgatz wl' re
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chl'(!rlcade rsstartcdthc yea roffbywowing thestrcets o f
Glcn Elly nwithth clrstuntsonthc 4th of Jul y parade
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routincsin thcfirstcverpeprallyto bcheldou tsideon
Duchon Field. Beforctheykncwit Homccomingwashere!
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with th('irrombinedsquadroutineat thcpeprally. Wit h
basketballseason ca men('wfaccs,tncludingancwooach,
Troy Rybandt. Thegi rlshadaloughyearofhomegames
in the Hill top gym, but made the best of it wi th awesome
routines. Ovcrwin tcrbrcakt hcvarsitysquad practiced
longandhard toperfecttheir routi nefor thein vi tationalon
January8th. Thcgirlswent andhadagreat timeonly to
missthirdplaceby the slightestofmargins. Thiswasa
yea r filled wi thfricnd s, laug hte r,cheers,dedica tion, and
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Volume 61 of the Pinnacle
was printed by josten's State
College, Pe nnsylva nia. Special thanks to all the students
who contributed to the 19992000 yearbook for photography, identification, and copy.
Staff members for this years
book were Nellie Carlson,
Katelyn Gleason, Rachel Waters, and Patty Williams.
The main headlines of the
book were set in 36 pt.
Desmonda, folios were set in
10 pt. Desmond a, copy in 10
pt. Palitino, and captions in
8pt. Palatino. Design topograph y and layouts were done
on Macintosh Performa 6400.
The cover design was done
by Thu Nugyen, and the
page 1 photo was done by
Claire Brown. Many thanks
for the creative contributions
to this book from these stu-
dents.
Twenty one dollars was the
price this year for the Pinnacle. Portraits were taken
by Prestige studios in
Woodridge, IL.
To all coaches and staff, a
specia l thank you for your
help in identifying teams,
organizations, and individuals.
The staff of the Pinnacle
hopes that the 1999-2000 Pinnacle will bring you great
pleasure and reminders of
the many wonderful activities that took place this year.
The year 2000 brings" A
New Beginning" for all to
strive for continued success
and plans for future goal
achievement.

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