Pinewood Elementary School Grade 3 1979-1980: 2019.0070

Pinewood Elementary School Grade 3 1979-1980
2019.0070

2019.0070: Pinewood Elementary School Grade 3 1979-1980

Pinewood Elementary School Grade 3 1979-1980: BACK ROW: Philip Petty, Lynne Falk, Jim Cambell, Kora O'Dell, Frank DeRita, Kelly Wills, Tammy Keay, THRID ROW: Troy Hills, Rhonda Oakley, Barbara Hunter, Mike Sotiris, Shane Quillette, Heather Downie, SECOND ROW: Wanda Jerke, David Dunne, Cathy Selby, Angela Kelly, Karen Walker, Valerie Tull. Linda Baird, Bruce Thomason, Michelle Lalande FIRST ROW: Ryanj Orza, Suzie Trottier, Christie Pedersoen, Shane Ghanger, Jody Sparks, Lee Gouthier ||

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1979
Source:  CBI
Collection:  School District No.5 (2019)

Subjects:

People arrow Pettyarrow
Falkarrow
Cambellarrow
People arrow
DeRitaarrow
People arrow Keayarrow
People arrow Willsarrow
People arrow Hillsarrow
People arrow Oakleyarrow
People arrow Hunterarrow
Sotirisarrow
Quillettearrow
People arrow Downiearrow
People arrow Jerkearrow
Dunnearrow
People arrow Selbyarrow
People arrow Kellyarrow
People arrow Walkerarrow
Tullarrow
People arrow Bairdarrow
People arrow Thomasonarrow
Lalandearrow
People arrow Orzaarrow
Trottierarrow
Pedersoenarrow
Ghangerarrow
People arrow Sparksarrow
Gouthierarrow
Skailesarrow
Education arrow Class Photosarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Schools arrow Pinewood Schoolarrow

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