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Students spread holiday cheer

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    Students dressed in festive attire make this holiday special by presenting gifts to the children of the Broward Health Salah Foudation's pediatric oncology unit.
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This holiday season, the members of the Pre-Medical Society helped Santa spread the holiday cheer by throwing its annual Holiday Party at the Salah Foundation Children’s Hospital Oncology Unit Dec. 8.

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Student actresses spread holiday cheer in Broward Center production of “A Christmas Carol”

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    Senior Emily Myers (taking photo) played the role of Belle and sang in the chorus ensemble. This was her third time working on a production of “A Christmas Carol,” so getting to portray Belle was a dream come true.

Three Heritage students celebrated Christmas nearly one month early this year by performing in the Broward Center’s production of “A Christmas Carol.” Senior Emily Myers, sophomore Kelly Taylor and freshman Mikaila Barsoum wowed audiences in a series of nine shows put on Nov. 30 – Dec. 2.

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A Glimpse into Future Careers

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    Balloons greeted students as they entered the gym, and two lines of tables faced each other leaving ample room for students to walk between.
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    Presenters such as Buchanan offered goodies to students such as pencils and candies.
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    Presenters often had boards displaying aspects of their careers. This is the poster Buchanan, from the Drug Enforcement Administration, used to enhancer her presentation.

Everyone, at one point in their lives, has been asked what they want to be when they grow up. Answers are constantly changing, from doctor to lawyer to author. However, thanks to the school’s annual career fair, junior high (JH) students can preview a wide variety of careers and have an opportunity to talk to the professionals.

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