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Light flooded into Adam’s world as he forced himself to open his eyes. His mouth felt ridiculously dry, like someone had shoved a cotton ball in it. Adding onto his dry mouth, his head was pounding so hard he felt dizzy.
On April 27th, we had over two hundred participants out to the 3rd annual Southridge Relay for Life.
The ASK Program enables alumni to share their professional and personal expertise with current students that will help prepare them for a successful future while also leaving a lasting impact on our community.
Thank you everyone for helping to make this year's Country Fair amazing!
I had never, ever planned on writing a musical, but the perfect opportunity presented itself. I was planning on turning the backstories of my characters from my One Act last year,"An Immortal, a Witch, a Vampire, and a Dead Body Walk into a Bar," into a series of books, but late in the night last June, I had a revelation . . .
Your future is not set in stone, and these horoscopes are simply meant to be fun and maybe guide you with some advice.
The Senior Boys Soccer team competed in the ISA tournament at SMUS on Friday and Saturday, September 14th and 15th.
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