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Intern Prepares for College

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 12/14/2009 - 13:00
The intern for this week is Gemily Haymore, who works at All State Insurance as an office administrator. Some of her duties include putting things together for mailing, scanning files, and making pamphlets. “My favorite part is that I get my own office,” said Gemily.
Christina Heywood and Emily McKinney

SFHS Choirs Will Perform at Temple Square

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 12/14/2009 - 12:58
The choirs at SFHS will be singing on Temple Square on Thursday December 17. They will be singing the songs they performed last week at the Choral Gala. They are leaving that afternoon and performing at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building and the Assembly Hall as well. Taylor Bramall, a junior in choir said, “The choir trip to temple square invokes the feeling of Christmas like no other setting can.” The choirs are looking forward to take part in this amazing Christmas event.
Jared John Tuckett

Preference Dance Sponsored by SFHS Drill Team

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 12/14/2009 - 12:57
The preference dance took place last Saturday, Dec. 12th .The theme of the dance was Winter Wonderland. The dance was hosted by SFHS Drill Team. Boys were selected to compete for the dance royalty. The different categories were Mr. Christmas Carol, Mr. Christmas Cheer, and Mr. Brownose Reindeer. The contestants for Mr. Christmas Carol sang Jingle Bells. They were Cameron Fullmer, Evan Anderson, and Justin Brierley. The contestants for Mr. Christmas Cheer performed a cheer they had made up and also did a relay race to finish it off.
By Evan Anderson

Book Club Service

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 12/09/2009 - 07:11
On Saturday, December 5th, the SFHS Book Club had an activity where they recorded children’s books on tapes for local elementary schools. These books included some Christmas stories and The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes and Tracker by Gary Paulsen. Through this service project, the Book Club hoped to achieve their goal of helping students of all ages to get excited about books. “I think anytime you can help young readers get hooked on reading, then you’re doing a good thing,” said Mrs. Gardner, the club advisor, about this service project.
Emily McKinney

SFHS Teddy Bear Project

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 12/09/2009 - 07:09
Spanish Fork High School’s Letterman’s and HOSA clubs held a school wide project of collecting teddy bears. The teddy bears will be donated to many children care centers through out Utah as a form of treatment for children in need. The clubs decided to make it into a competition so students would be better motivated to participate.
Hannah Carson and Jared John Tuckett