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Pequot Lakes High School Students of the Month

Sydney Holt Grade: 12 Hometown: Crosslake Parents: Randy and Laurie Holt Activities/hobbies/interests: I enjoy tennis, music, boating, fishing, hunting and gardening. I have been involved in National Honor Society, Interact Club, Knowledge Bowl, ...

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Sydney Holt

Grade: 12

Hometown: Crosslake

Parents: Randy and Laurie Holt

Activities/hobbies/interests: I enjoy tennis, music, boating, fishing, hunting and gardening. I have been involved in National Honor Society, Interact Club, Knowledge Bowl, Concert Choir, Girls Ensemble and Mixed Ensemble, Link Crew and Spanish Club. I received the Excel Award as a junior.

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Future plans: I hope to graduate from Pequot Lakes High School with my Associate in Arts degree in the spring. I plan to pursue a double major of pre-med and nursing with the hopes of becoming a doctor or PhD in nursing.

Barbara Miller

Grade: 12

Parents: Jody Miller and Mike Miller

Activities/hobbies/interests: Softball, volleyball, National Honor Society, Student Council, Knowledge Bowl, Link Crew, SADD.

Future plans: Attend the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and major in biomedical engineering.

Haley Wiebolt

Grade: 12

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Hometown: Pequot Lakes

Parents: Mark and Holly Wiebolt

Activities/hobbies/interests: Tennis, basketball, softball, hunting, fishing, traveling, Link Crew.

Future plans: Attend a four-year college.

Hunter Larson

Grade: 12

Hometown: Crosby

Parents: Jon and Anna Larson

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Activities/hobbies/interests: Basketball, baseball, cross country, hunting, fishing, Link Crew and Interact.

Future plans: Undecided.

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