Huron High School Students From Moe Abrahams' First Hour Class With Food Drive Donations, November 1979
Ann Arbor News, November 23, 1979
PLENTY OF CANS - A total of 159 canned goods and one large pumpkin earned this class the victory for the most goods collected at Huron High School. In an effort to increase donations for the annual Salvation Army Canned Food Drive, the Huron High School Sisters Club, sponsor of the drive, came up with the idea of an all-school competition. The winners, members of Moe Abrahams first hour class, are: front row, from left, Chuck Damm, Nickie Smith, David Pehlke and Matt Schmidt. Back row: Monica Morton, Joyce Hunter, Abrahams, Sam Cox and Nolan Frederick. Huron High alone collected over 10 boxes of food and thousands of canned items were received from throughout the Ann Arbor schools. The goods will be distributed to needy area families, along with checks for perishable items, so that all can have a hearty Christmas meal.
Ann Arbor News, August 11, 1979
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Patricia Ashford Manley was born in 1945 in Ann Arbor, and she was raised by her mother. She remembers attending Jones Elementary School and trying out for cheerleading at Ann Arbor High School. Manley graduated from Western Michigan University in 1970 and later earned her master’s in counseling from Eastern Michigan University. She worked as a teacher, cheerleading coach, and guidance counselor at Huron High School for thirty-one years, and was principal of Thurston Elementary School for ten years. She and her husband Lamont Manley enjoy traveling and going to concerts together. They have been married for 43 years.
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Making Huron an exemplary school for all who attend it is a high priority for principal Joetta Mial.
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