The students and staff at the Composite High School have always been very active and avid supporters of helping others in their community

PHOTO: Remember When looks at 1966 high school students.

Remember When looks at high school students in Ponoka in 1966 helping out in the community.

Remember When?

The students and staff at the Composite High School have always been very active and avid supporters of helping others in their community, and this photo features the 1966 PCHS Red Cross Club. Shown in the back row from left to right are: Teacher Miss Lillian McPhie, Valerie Kneller, Susan MacLean, Susan Edwards, Shirley Dewald, and then in the middle is: Heather MacKenzie, Olga Sommer, Dianne Schnell, and Pat Massing, and in the front row are: Carol Bedard, Lorraine Nielsen, Donna Corbett, Myrna Massing, Shirley Ronnie, and Ruth Breitkruuz.

Photo from PCHS Quill and Shield


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