Wallace Elks February Teens of the Month

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  • Photos by KATIE BAUER Left: Nate Hammerberg, a freshman at Wallace Junior/Senior High and son of Brandie and Gregg Hammerberg is the Wallace Elks Teen of the Month for February. Nate plays both football and basketball and his favorite class is P.E. After high school, Nate plans to go to college, but is undecided on an area of study. Right: Kali Davis, a sophomore at Wallace Junior/Senior High, and daughter of Brook and Justin Valley, is our second Elks Teen of the Month for February. Kali plays volleyball and is a member of Junior Honor Society, Technology Student Association and Student Council. Kaliís favorite subject is history and after high school she would like to attend Lewis-Clark State College to study nursing.

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    Kali Davis, a sophomore at Wallace Junior/Senior High, and daughter of Brook and Justin Valley, is our second Elks Teen of the Month for February. Kali plays volleyball and is a member of Junior Honor Society, Technology Student Association, and Student Council. Kaliís favorite subject is history and after high school she would like to attend LCSC to study nursing.

  • Photos by KATIE BAUER Left: Nate Hammerberg, a freshman at Wallace Junior/Senior High and son of Brandie and Gregg Hammerberg is the Wallace Elks Teen of the Month for February. Nate plays both football and basketball and his favorite class is P.E. After high school, Nate plans to go to college, but is undecided on an area of study. Right: Kali Davis, a sophomore at Wallace Junior/Senior High, and daughter of Brook and Justin Valley, is our second Elks Teen of the Month for February. Kali plays volleyball and is a member of Junior Honor Society, Technology Student Association and Student Council. Kaliís favorite subject is history and after high school she would like to attend Lewis-Clark State College to study nursing.

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    Kali Davis, a sophomore at Wallace Junior/Senior High, and daughter of Brook and Justin Valley, is our second Elks Teen of the Month for February. Kali plays volleyball and is a member of Junior Honor Society, Technology Student Association, and Student Council. Kaliís favorite subject is history and after high school she would like to attend LCSC to study nursing.

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