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Avalon Enemark

Hardworking and committed are words that Avalon Enemark thinks her peers would use to describe her. “I am very passionate about things that are important to me and my dedication is something that I think my peers value about me.” Avalon’s favorite memory from high school is her senior year homecoming. “Everything about it was amazing.” The school put a lot of effort into making it a good homecoming day. “I had an absolutely wonderful time, and it is my all time favorite memory from high school.” When it comes to the future, Avalon hopes to see a world where kindness and understanding are the norm: “a place where everyone listens to each other and respects different viewpoints.” That’s the future Avalon wants to go into.

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Dakota Rodden, Staff Reporter
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