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Annual flag-raising ceremony honors veterans, culture

The November flag-raising is an ongoing tradition that allows community members to learn about the Ho-Chunk culture and holds a special place in the hearts of many students.

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Kaylee Youngthunder, reporter




Kaylee Youngthunder is a sophomore at BRFHS and is super excited to be a new member of the Paw Print team. She is involved in FBLA, Pep Club, Science Club, Miss Black River Falls, and she helps manage the boy's hockey team. She also enjoys staying active with cheerleading and figure skating. Although she has a super busy schedule, she still manages to get all of her work done on time, as well as make time for friends and family.



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