||Yearbook: The Class of 2005
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Photo #1 Windy City Media Group - ( 1st row, seated, L to R ) Mary Schultz. Marie-Jo Proulx, Meghan Streit, Tracy Baim, Anita Charlot, Richard Knight, Jr. ( 2nd row ) Yasmin Nair, Steve Starr, Jorjet Harper, Peter Mavrik, Art 'Chat Daddy' Sims, Vicky Nabors. ( 3rd row ) Amy Wooten, Scott Morgan, Toni Armstrong, Jr., Terri Klinsky, Mel Ferrand. ( 4th row ) Andrew Davis, Jennifer Parello, Suzanne Kraus, Diane Dodin, Amy Matheny. ( 5th row ) Jean Albright, David Byrne, Sanford Gaylord, Preston Schumacher, Kirk Williamson, Jerry Nunn. ( 6th row ) Linda 'Kizzy' Ramos, Kathleen Ulm, John Pennycuff, Carlos Paret, Allan Zlaatarich. Photo by Hal Baim
Photo #2 Windy City Times staff ( standing, L - R ) Terri Klinsky, Jean Albright, Meghan Streit, Amy Matheny, Suzanne Kraus, Carlos Paret, Jerry Nunn, John Pennycuff, Marie-Jo Proulx, Andrew Davis. ( kneeling ) Amy Wooten, Kirk Williamson, Kathleen Ulm. ( lounging ) Tracy Baim. Photo by Hal Baim
Photo #3 Windy City Radio - ( L-R ) Jerry Nunn, Amy Matheny, Peter Mavrik, Richard Knight, Jr., Kathleen Ulm. Photo by Hal Baim
Photo #4 Nightspots - ( top row, L-R ) Mel Ferrand, Linda 'Kizzy' Ramos, David J. Magdziarz, Andrew Davis, Jerry 'Pubert' Nunn. ( bottom row ) Peter Mavrik, Kirk Williamson, Jennifer Parello. Photo by Hal Baim
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