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S: Taylor's 8th grade year

FC: 8th Grade Memories "Year's end is neither an end nor a beginning, but a going on, with all the wisdom that experience can instill in us." ~Hal Borland

1: I dedicate this book to all my teachers, family, and friends who made this year worthwhile!! Plus my cast-buddies!!

2: My Friend We all need someone To talk to in our life, A friend to whom we run In times of stress or strife A friend who's always there Throughout the years, A friend we know will care And take away our fears. A friend who's always near, Waiting for our call, To wipe away our tears, And lift us when we fall. A loving friend indeed, On whom we can depend To fulfill our every need - Thank you, precious friend ~Sammy Lee Sharp | A Plea For A Friend From dawn to dusk I think of thee, As I feel your sweet spirit come over me. A calming hand, A warming heart, You and I shall never part. Follow me as I kneel to pray, to thank you for my days of praise. To you I owe, my life I lend, for in return I promise a friend. ~Music

3: True Best Friends Like a needle in a haystack, true friends are hard to find. That's why I'm so thankful that I can call you mine. Whenever I need a shoulder you're there to catch my tears. You've kept my many secrets, Throughout the past four years. You've been there through my afflictions, You've witnessed my defeats. I'll remember all the good times, And pray the bad ones don't repeat. With you my heart is honest, but there's one thing I never told you. Thank you for everything you've done There's no one else like you. No one that could ever be a true "best" friend like you! ~Crystal Holtz

4: "Love each other or parish(91)." ~Auden from Tuesdays with Morrie

6: Childhood Friends As childhood friends, we grew up together, Swearing to be friends forever and ever. Sometimes we would argue and fight, Other times we would laugh and stay up all night. We went from playing with games and toys, To talking and dreaming about different boys. My thoughts and feelings, to you I would confide, Never having anything to hide. Friends we do remain, Things changing, and things staying the same. To each other we still listen and share, About each other, we will always care. ~Mindy Carpenter

7: how many questions they can ask him which he finds it hard to answer." ~Alice Wellington Rollins | "The test of a good teacher is not how many questions he can ask his pupils and they can answer readily , but

8: "A single rose can be my garden... a single friend, my world. " Leo Buscaglia

9: "The truth is Mitch," he said, "once you learn how to die, you learn how to live(104)." ~Morrie from Tuesdays with Morrie

10: "In fact, the most unusual part of his life was about to unfold(13)." ~Tuesdays with Morrie

11: "Aging is not just decay, you know. It's growth (118)." ~Morrie in Tuesdays With Morrie | "A friend is one who believes in you when you have ceased to believe in yourself." ~Lysha

12: LOVE YA!!!


14: 8th Grade Formal!!!!

15: 8th Grade Formal!!!!

16: 8th Grade Formal!!!!

17: The 8th grade formal/dance will be remembered for years to come by every 8th grader that went!

18: Hear ye Hear ye! What do a four foot tall chicken, a crazy miller, a wizard and a group of medieval travelers have in common? They are all in the Canterbury Tales of course! | Come see your classmates in this year's play The Canterbury Tales on Saturday, May 22, at 7:00 PM or Sunday, May 23, at 2:00 PM in the NEW Middle School auditorium. Tickets on sale this week at all lunches for $5 and at the door. See you there!


21: THE CAST! The Wife of Bath: Gillian Caplan The Hostess: Tasneem Cauffman The Franklin: Utkarsh Pandey The Cook: Margret Mawson The Miller: Shannon Kolb The Pardoner: Angeline Henry The Reeve: Cameron Dushanko The Prioress: Emily Rayne McGowan | Act One: The Prioress' Tale: Chanticleer: Matthew Woodward Pertelote: Caitlin McLaughlin Fox: Maura Gallant The Miller's Tale Nicholas: Matthew Woodward John: Zachary Broussard Allison: Molly Graham The Reeve's Tale Simekin: Zachary Broussard Hilde:Taylor Jacquette Maude: Breanna Megni Allain: Utkarsh Pandey | Act Two: Wife of Bath's Tale: Knight: Utkarsh Pandey King: Matthew Woodward Queen: Amanda Mawson Mary: Cailin Popp Eve: Sarah Kerwin Bertha: Helen Armstrong The Franklin's Tale: Aviragnus: Cameron Dushanko Dorigen: Sarah Hampton Evilene: Jenifer Miller Avilene: Charlotte Jamieson Aurelius: Zachary Broussard Astronomer: Hunter Hunter

22: The Cast!! (Cont'd) The Pardoner's Tale: Jill: Molly Graham Harold: Cameron Dushanko Agnes: Kasie Sayers Waitress: Taylor Inhof Old Woman: Shelby Bergstresser Narrator/Chaucer: Sarah Hampton Patrons: Helen Armstrong, Jessica Haverkamp, Charlotte Jamieson, Sarah Kerwin, Kayla Maurer, Cailin Popp Cows: Jonathan Yoder and Joshua Yoder | Backstage Cast: Chris Kolb, Michael Fitzpatrick, Taylor Inhof, Christina Mariotti, Cailin Popp, and Anthony Smiley Production Team Managers: Artistic Director: Joshua Yoder Assistant Director: Jonathan Yoder Technical Director: Mark Bilodeau GREAT JOB TO ALL OF THE DIRECTORS , PRODUCERS, AND THE CAST THAT MADE THE SHOW WHAT IT WAS!!


24: Friends I love my friends more than anything, especially all the special things they bring. From laughs to tears we have a great time And I am so glad to call them MINE!!! ~Taylor Inhof | Normally... We do some stupid stuff and learn from our mistakes but the fun we have doing it is more than I could ask for. ~Taylor Inhof | Who are we? Who are we to judge another person when all we have to do is say Hi and we've created and instant friend. ~Taylor Inhof

25: “How can I be envious of where you are - when I’ve been there myself(121)?” ~Morrie from Tuesdays With Morrie

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