Forty years later, Glenbard South alum remembers creating school logo
GLEN ELLYN – In 1972, when students from the Glenbard high schools learned that a fourth building would open and some of them would have to leave their friends behind to attend the new school their senior year, they weren’t happy.
But they figured if they were going to be uprooted, they may as well make the best of it, and soon became a close-knit senior class.
“We were the first graduating class of Glenbard South, so everything we did would influence the following years,” said Barbara (Douglas) Gable, a member of the Class of 1973.
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