By Senators Craswell and Oke
WHEREAS, The Olympic High School Winterguard is a group of twenty-six young women and eight staff members; and
WHEREAS, The Olympic High School Winterguard performs intricately choreographed programs that incorporate the twirling of flags, rifles and other pieces of equipment with dance movements; and
WHEREAS, The Olympic High School Winterguard represents Olympic High School, Central Kitsap County and Washington State in competitions on the West Coast, nationally, and internationally; and
WHEREAS, The Olympia High School Winterguard has finished first in every competition entered this year; and
WHEREAS, On February 1-2, 1992, the Olympic High School Winterguard competed in the B.C. Provincials in Surrey, B.C., placed first in their division, and earned the highest score overall; and
WHEREAS, The success of the Olympic High School Winterguard demonstrates the dedication of the student participants, their parents, and staff members; and
WHEREAS, The Olympic High School Winterguard program fosters in the young women participants responsibility, confidence, and a desire to succeed, all of which play a key role in the contributions of women to the home, to the work place and to society;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Senate of the State of Washington recognize and honor the Olympic High School Winterguard and the student participants, parents and staff members involved; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Secretary of the Senate immediately transmit copies of this resolution to the members of the Olympic High School Winterguard, the staff members involved, and to the Principal and faculty of Olympic High School.
I, Gordon A. Golob, Secretary of the Senate,
do hereby certify that this is a true and
correct copy of Senate Resolution 1992-8727,
adopted by the Senate February 26, 1992.
GORDON A. GOLOB
Secretary of the Senate