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Students Get Creative With 2017 Promposals

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Photo courtesy: Arin Blevins
Senior Arin Blevins asked sophomore Ashton Adams to prom with a sign that said "We were born to make history, so be my date to prom?"
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Emily Rivers, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Senior Emily Rivers has been on the Courier staff for two years. As well as being involved in the school’s news website, she is a member of the yearbook production staff, National Honor Society, orchestra and choir. Outside of school, she is an active member of her church, Shrewsbury Assembly of God. She hopes to major in public relations in college and become an event planner.

 

 

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