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Jayde Charno, writer

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Ever wondered what it was like to be part of the speech club. I interviewed a speech member herself to see what it was like to be in the club. Daisy Artola who is a sophomore at Farmington High school, she answered a few questions I had for her. I asked her why she joined speech. “I joined speech because I wanted to work on my public speaking skills” she says. I continued to ask about what her topic was for speech. “My category is a duo (a dramatic performance with a partner) and we talk about cancer.” Her partner is Mae Lemm. Speech had a meet on February 2nd on Saturday, I asked how that went “It was okay, we didn’t do that bad. Our novice members did pretty great. A duo team and a speaker won first place in their categories. It went by fast.” She says

In my other article Ms. Stout stated that speech was helpful for people who wanted to work on their speech and getting rid of the fear for not being able to speak out in public like that and Daisy replied to my question it was a perfect example to stouts response to the question I asked her. I asked Daisy what her favorite part of speech was and if there was any other things she wanted to add. “My favorite part is getting to meet other people from different schools” and “it’s really stressful but it’s fun and everyone on the team supports each other even if you suck.” Speech is a very helpful club or activity that will help with your future career or just your future. You never know when you will have to speak in front of people. Take a chance and come join speech, maybe you don’t have the guts to do it this year but maybe you will be able to do it next year. It may be fun, and you can do it with friends.

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Jayde Charno, writer

Hi my name is Jayde Charno, this is my first year in yearbook. I am a sophomore at Farmington High School. I am not in anything other than yearbook. In...

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