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Alyssa George


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With anticipation, sophomores Alexandria Eskijian and Ayan Farah and seniors Daulton Freeman and Benjamin Giebler show positive energy as they sit down to start the National Honor Society Induction on Nov. 9, in the Winnetonka High School auditorium. The students received a candle to represent the guidelines and expectations to be an NHS member. By blowing out the candle they accepted the responsibilities.

“It was important for me to be in NHS because my sister was in it and it was important for me to step up to the plate because she was a good role model for me and she always talked about how good of a person she became because of it,”  Eskijian said.

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