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“I first got into theater after seeing my sister in a show. I thought ‘wow that looks fun’ and I wanted to be a part of it. I was about six at the time. Theater is a great way for me to meet new people. Even though theater people are a little odd, that is what I love about them. Some of the best memories I have with my theater friends are from cast parties. Usually we would play games or sing at the top of our lungs and stay up super late having fun. It was a chance for us to hang out and get to know one another.” -senior Lilah Dagenais

People of Fenton: senior Lilah Dagenais

Andrea Elsholz, Print Editor and Chief April 14, 2021

“Football has taught me how to overcome adversity. Just in general whether it’s practice or a game, mentally or physically you're always facing some sort of adversity. It taught me how to come together as a team and compete for a common goal. Work ethic, and attitude means everything to a program.”-senior Logan Angel

People of Fenton: senior Logan Angel

April Carr, Online Writer March 24, 2021

“I work about 15 hours a week at Pipsqueak Boutique in Fenton as part of the work study program. It’s going to give me a lot of job experience for my intended major. I am looking at going into marketing and communications. I chose Pipsqueak Boutique because I love my coworkers and the customers. I have a very good relationship with the owner; I have known them for about seven or eight years as well. They all serve as a big positive in my life, especially in weird times, while giving me experience I need for what I want to do later in life on a smaller, more personal scale.” - Victoria Carnell

People of Fenton: senior Victoria Carnelli

Andrea Elsholz, Print Editor and Chief March 3, 2021

“I got into crossfit by my  mom. I did cheerleading for a couple days and hated it so she found the Crossfit Teens program on Facebook and signed me up. I fell in love with it and the coaches really make it worth it. Crossfit means so much to me because i’ve been doing it for 4 years and I have competed in the Elite Crossfit competitions multiple times. It has changed my personality and my body completely and I wouldn’t change it for the world.” -senior Calli McCaig

People of Fenton: senior Calli McCaig

Madysen Krug, Online Writer February 25, 2021

 “To be honest, I’m not completely sure where I’m going after high school. I’m torn between a few colleges, but I am leaning towards attending the University of Michigan-Flint or Kettering. I do know however, I plan on pursuing a degree and career in engineering.” -senior Hunter Wheeler

People of Fenton: senior Hunter Wheeler

Riann Masi, Online Writer February 18, 2021

“One of my personal favorite things to do is hang out with friends and my boyfriend. No matter what we do, I always enjoy the little moments that we all spend together. Simply seeing them makes everything better, and puts me in an amazing mood. I know for a fact that I have found my people. I truly enjoy them, and each of their unique personalities. I love each and every one of them, and I appreciate them more than anything. All of them have helped form the person I am today, and I’m very thankful for that.” -junior Elly Beavan

People of Fenton: junior Elly Beaven

April Carr, Online Writer February 11, 2021

“It’s really hard to pick one specific memory because ski was so much fun all together. But if I had to choose, my favorite memory would have to be ski camp. Being an incoming freshman starting a new sport, ski camp was a great opportunity to get to know everyone. I had a ton of fun there, and all the kids and coaches were super nice. Throughout camp we played tons of fun games and interesting challenges. However, in the end the best part of camp was how it brought the kids together as a team and set me up for a season full of great memories.” -sophomore Josh Brott

People of Fenton: sophomore Josh Brott

April Carr, Online Writer February 3, 2021

“Online is kind of confusing because I don’t focus very well. When we had six hours, it made it a lot easier for me to stay focused. Being in person, having a teacher and time dedicated to the class makes learning easier for me. The main thing I miss about normal school though is seeing my friends. When we do go back, I think wearing masks will be annoying and cause some problems with kids refusing to wear them, even though we need them. But online is okay and I do like the big time gap between classes.” -junior Mary O’Rourke

People Of Fenton: junior Mary O’Rourke

Bree Soule, Online Editor in Chief January 28, 2021

“I’ve discovered that I have a huge passion for painting. Ever since COVID-19 I’ve been able to explore more about myself and hobbies I’m interested in. I struggle with anxiety and depression. So when I’m feeling overwhelmed I use painting as a creative outlet. So each painting that I do has a meaning behind them. When I can’t find the right words, I know I can try to paint what I’m feeling to get out all of the negative energy. My favorite painting that I’ve done is probably one with gradient blues for a background. As well as a silhouette of a girl swinging on a tree. That painting is my favorite because it gives me a reminder to live freely.”
-senior Liz Donohue

People Of Fenton: senior Liz Donohue

Hannah Weaver, Online Writer January 20, 2021

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