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Founders Day Lunch Planned

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8
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April
Year
1982
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Huron High School students decorate a "Tree of Giving," December 1969

Huron High School students decorate a "Tree of Giving," December 1969 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 14, 1969
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Tree Of Giving Decorating a "Tree of Giving" are these Huron High seniors, from left, Florence Anthony, Molly Osler, Bill Ressler, Pete Nichols, Don Kesserling and Carol Stewart. The senior class bought the tree and is selling small gold bulbs at 25 cents each to members of the sophomore, junior and senior classes. The profits will be used to buy food or toys for a needy family. (Ann Arbor News photo by Cecil Lockard)

Ray Blake, Florence Anthony and James Bryant, of the Black Student Union at Huron High School, November 1969

Ray Blake, Florence Anthony and James Bryant, of the Black Student Union at Huron High School, November 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1969
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BSU Members Meet Three members of Huron High School's Black Student Union discuss some of their upcoming projects. They are (from left) junior Ray Blake, senior Florence Anthony and sophomore James Bryant. Ferrie Campbell, president of the Black Student Union, was not available when this photo was taken. The BSU was formed at Huron in September includes about 70 of Huron's 100-plus black students.

Huron High School Winter Carnival Snow Queen, Faith Mitchell, And Court, January 1969

Huron High School Winter Carnival Snow Queen, Faith Mitchell, And Court, January 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1969
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Here is the Snow Queen and court of Huron High School's "Winter Carnival" festivities, held this week at the high school in place of Homecoming activities. The girls are (from left) sophomore Jayne Payne; seniors Sue Wikel, Faith Mitchell, and Barbara Patton; sophomore Sue Long, and juniors Sue Porter, Florence Anthony and Barbara Sweet. Miss Mitchell was chosen as the Snow Queen Thursday, and reigned over Saturday's dance.

Huron High Students Try Out for Cheerleading Squad, October 1969

Huron High Students Try Out for Cheerleading Squad, October 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1969
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Huron Cheerleaders Named Six black students from Huron High School were named to the varsity and junior varsity cheerleading squads this week. The new varsity cheerleaders are Theresa Dixon, Ivy Taylor and Florence Anthony. New members of the junior varsity squad are Orchid Taylor, Durinda Minor and Sandra Carter. A total of 16 black girls tried out. The addition raises the number of girls on each squad from nine to 12. Earlier in the week, many black students practicing for tryouts got some pointers from present cheerleaders. Pictured here during a practice session are (from left, rear) Carol Stewart, Cheryl O'Neal, Ellen Schelton, Vinetta Miller, Dale Selsemeyer, Miss Carter and (from left, front) Sue Porter, Miss Anthony and Miss Minor. (Ann Arbor News photo by Jack Stubbs.)

"The Magic Egg" Easter Program At Bethel AME Church, April 1962

"The Magic Egg" Easter Program At Bethel AME Church, April 1962 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 20, 1962
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EASTER 'BUNNIES': A one-act play "The Magic Egg," is the title of the Easter program to be presented at 4 p.m. Sunday by children in the Sunday school of Bethel AME Church. Bunnies and chickens who will participate are (left to right) William Housh, Durina Miner, Raymond Blake, Florence Anthony and Harry Mial, jr.

Easter 'Bunnies'

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20
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April
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1962
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Her Oratory Wins

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30
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April
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1968
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