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Student council invites veterans to annual commemorative dinner

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Hannah Gonzalez
The student council will host the annual Veterans Day Dinner on Veterans Day, Nov. 11 at 5:30 p.m. Community veterans and their friends and family are welcome to attend to show appreciation to those who have served the country.

The district’s annual Veterans Day dinner will be held in the commons by student council on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, at 5:30 p.m. in an effort to recognize local veterans and show appreciation to those who have served the country.

“The purpose of this dinner is to acknowledge all of the veterans in our community, showing them we are grateful for all they have done for our country,” senior student council secretary Ana- Laura Faoro said. “This dinner is just a small way to show our love and appreciation.”

Faoro is running the dinner with the help of senior Lulu Butler. Their preparations include setting up decorations and ordering Rudy’s to be catered. The high school choir’s A Capella will provide entertainment during the dinner.

“A Capella will be singing, and there will also be some cards all over the tables that are written by the students to all of the veterans attending the event,” Faoro said. “The people attending will be able to chat and have fun while eating a nice meal provided for them.”

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Lindsey Hughes, Editor-In-Chief
Third time’s a charm, right? Well, let’s hope so because the 2021-2022 school year is the third and final year for senior Lindsey Hughes on TRL. With the inevitable senioritis already in action, Hughes hopes to skillfully perform the duties of Editor-In-Chief and keep this multi-award winning publication at its high standard. On the off chance that she isn’t in the newsroom, you could probably find Hughes playing games with her PAL, hanging in Eairheart’s room or working at Jamba. Hughes is a part of NHS and works as vice-president of COOL club. While she won’t admit it, Hughes loves the thrill of UIL journalism competitions, but her love for writing doesn’t stop there. She is working to hold a creative writing camp in hopes of sharing her love and passion with kiddos. Hughes will stop at nothing to put a smile on others’ face, whether it be through hand written letters or more popularly, brownies on “brownie friday.” With only one more year to enjoy high school, Hughes plans to make the most of it with her friends and family by her side.
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Mama Mia, here we go again. As she takes her last ride in the TRL classroom, Hannah Gonzalez is ready to end this year with a bang. Gonzalez serves as a Co-Graphics editor for the third year in a row and this is her fourth year on staff. When she’s not making killer graphics, you can most likely find Gonzalez on the volleyball court, at FCA meetings, in school or going for a joy ride in the Jeep that she named “Beep.” Although TRL is life, Gonzalez also enjoys going for late-night ice cream runs, watching early morning sunrises, going to church every Sunday morning and going on an occasional lake trip. To add to her list of accomplishments, Gonzalez has won three state championships and is looking for a fourth. With her happy planner by her side, Gonzalez is looking forward to kicking procrastination to the curb as she conquers her final year as a high school student. 

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