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BUHS Traditions: Then vs. Now Volume 5

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BUHS Traditions: Then vs. Now Volume 5

2017 vs. 1972 Photo by: Taylor McCormick

2017 vs. 1972 Photo by: Taylor McCormick

2017 vs. 1972 Photo by: Taylor McCormick

2017 vs. 1972 Photo by: Taylor McCormick

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For our last BUHS Yearbook Traditions, we took a look at the very first yearbook that we have in our classroom (1972) and the most recent yearbook (2017). With this being the final BUHS Traditions we found many past things from 1972 that are no longer at this school.

There are so many clubs, sports, etc. that have been taken away from this school and we may never know why but we can remember them and try to bring them back.
1. The mall used to be a parking lot for the students.
2. Students had to scrub the Bronco in front of the library while others watched.
3. The Homecoming Parade was on Main Street and the dance team was included.
4. Boxing was a BUHS Sport.
5. They had a student government club.
6. Songleaders was an all girls club.
7. They had a Drill Team
8. There was a Letterman’s Club which was a group of boys whose job was to raise money for equipment that the school’s budget couldn’t afford.
9. GAA club who stood for the Girls Athletic Association for those who enjoy athletic competition. They supported their club by an ice cream stand that is open during break and lunch.
10. Rocket Club was where they studied and built models of rockets.
11. Service Club was a club for community service who would sell food and other snacks at games.
Some of these clubs still exist today like F.F.A., drama, and band.
12. In the 1972 yearbook, they added a page in this yearbook to honor the senior boy and girl American Legion Award.

So this concludes our series of BUHS Traditions.

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