School: Abbotsford H.S. – 2 Students Attend National Conference (1974)

Transcriber: Stan

Surnames: Deming, Nikolay, Thew, Armstrong, Balzano, Powell, Nixon

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 11 Jul 1974

Paul Deming and Paul Nikolay, advised by Richard Thew, instructor at Abbotsford High School, had the honor of representing the Abbotsford High School student senate, at the National Association of Student Councils convention in Rochester, Minnesota June 23 – 27, 1974.

The 38th annual convention was the largest ever, drawing more than 1,400 students, from every state in the union, including Puerto Rico and Guam. The theme of the conference was unite-hare-and progress.

By attending workshops, seminars, and general sessions, featuring such prominent speakers as An Armstrong, Michael Balzano, and Pam Powell, all advisors to President Nixon, delegates attained valuable knowledge in student government and student relationships in respective schools and community. Delegates also toured Mayo Clinic and the city of Rochester.



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