Meet the F.Y.I. staff
To help you ge o know he people who are working on his newsleter, we’ll eaure a ew o hem here each monh. Here hey answer he quesion,
“What do you like most about the Journalism class?”
Fooball, Baskeball, Baseball, rack, Grand Tef Auo 5“I enjoyed our ﬁeld rip o he Aberdeen American News o ge an insigh ino how he paper is made.”
Homework, Reading, Baskeball, Gol, Spending ime wih riends and amily, piano, and lisening o music.
Undecided on where o go, bu plan on majoring in secondary mah educaion.“I have enjoyed keeping up wih evens ouside he school.”
reading, eaing, sleeping, and spending ime wih amily.
Aend Lake Area echnology Insiue or cosmeology.“I have learned inerviewing skills ha will help me or uure job applicaions.”
Fooball, Baskeball, rack, Baseball“Learning how journalism can have an eﬀec on people’s opinions, based on how an aricle is wrien.”
Practice makes harmony for All-State Chorus singers
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More han 1,000 o Souh Da-koa’s bes musicians aended he 61s Annual All-Sae Chorus and Orchesra in Sioux Falls on Nov. 1-2. Te perormance was Nov. 2 a he Sioux Falls Arena.Each year Liz Labesky, Fred-erick’s music direcor, akes one quare o chorus sudens o All-Sae. Anyone in chorus in grades 9-12 is eligible or ryous. Su-dens who are chosen o ake par in All-Sae Chorus are required o pracice seven hours a week on heir own and pracice sev-eral imes wih Ms. Labesky. Te quare is also expeced o aend he Norhern Sae Universiy Choral Workshop.In his year’s quare were Mariah Mikkonen (soprano), Cole Hinz (bass), Haie Ziner (alo), and Jayden Mikkonen (enor). Jayden, a junior, aended All-Sae or he ﬁrs ime, bu he res o he members, all seniors, have been o All-Sae beore. Haie will graduae wih wo years’ paricipaion, Mariah wih hree, and Cole wih a rare ﬁve. (Cole aended All-Sae as an eighh-grader, when no older su-dens waned o paricipae.)Te sudens, along wih oher quares, wen o he NSU Choral Workshop on Oc. 2. Dr.
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Frederick’s quartet had a coordinated look for their performance at All-State Chorus in Sioux Falls on Nov. 2. Pictured from left are Hattie Zinter, Jayden Mikkonen, music director Liz Labesky, Cole Hinz and Mariah Mikkonen.
imohy Woods, direcor o choral aciviies, direced he sudens o help hem prepare or heir peror-mance in Sioux Falls. Aside rom he workshop, Frederick’s quare prac-iced regularly wih Miss Labesky. Te group me afer school and on enhancemen days.“I’s he mos diﬃcul music I’ve seen in years,” Labesky said beore he even, “bu we have a very compeen and experienced quare. I have complee conﬁdence in hem.”Te quare lef or Sioux Falls on Oc. 31. Pracice sared he nex morning and coninued unil noon on Saurday. Te ﬁnal perormance was Saurday nigh and was aired live hrough Souh Dakoa Public Broadcasing.
Pink Ladies put together ‘cancer-kickin’ cookbook
Te local Pink Ladies group is selling cookbooks as a undraiser or Brown Couny Relay or Lie.“Everyone loves cookbooks so we hough we would give i a ry,” said Sephanie Sumpion, one o he Pink Ladies. “Also, insead o consanly calling each oher or recipes, we decided we would jus make a book so we had hem a our ﬁngerips.’’Te cookbook has 500 recipes, including a secion dedicaed o slow-cooker meals.Te books are $15. Tey will arrive by Nov. 25, in ime or Chrismas giving. Tey can also be shipped or an addiional ee.o order, call Milissa Podoll a 329-7511 or Sumpion a 252-0302.