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Hallie Larson’s Story

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Hallie Larson’s Story

Jenna Blauvelt

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This week I got a chance to meet with Hallie Larson. She’s only junior this year of 2018-2019. She was telling me about her plans after high school. She told me that she would like to go into sign language and be a interpreter for others who are deaf. She said that she knows how the deaf people feel. With all that I asked if she’s in any clubs here at Farmington High School, she’s in Peers 4 Peers, Youth Teaching Youth, and American Sign Language. She also in other activities such as the fall sideline cheer team. This past fall she was one of the captains of the team, she also loves cheering she’s been doing cheer for quite awhile now. She used to be in the competition cheer. 

 

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