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Molly H.

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Molly was voted Best Sportsmanship with Brandon A.
Molly was voted Class Angel with Beth D.K. and Tim K.

    On April 17, 1989, the world was graced with the birth of Molly Marie Hulstein.  She is the youngest of five family members, her parents Dave and Cheryl and her siblings Nathan and Heidi.  She also has many cats.
    Molly is very involved in extracurricular and co-curricular activities at Central Lyon.  She has participated in volleyball, basketball, FFA (in which she was vice president), National Honor Society (in which she is president), yearbook editing staff, golf, basketball manager, and musicals and plays stage crew.  In our wonderful little community, Molly is involved in SRRCYF, Girls’ League, showing pigs at the county fair, a summer volleyball league.  She also fined time in her busy schedule to earn some money working at Lake Pahoja.
    Not only does Molly have a very time consuming after school schedule, but she also has a hard lineup of classes.  They include grammar, speech, single survival, calculus, psychology, ag. business, journalism, and work study.
    In her free time Molly can be found watching She’s The Man, listening to music by My Chemical Romance, or reading the books True Believer or At First Sight.  Other favorites of hers include blue, mozzarella sticks, journalism, psychology and The O.C.
    Molly plans to attend Southwest Minnesota State University next year for ag. business and marketing.  In ten years she sees herself married with two kids and a good job.
Molly’s favorite memory of high school is going to regional golf her junior year and getting really sunburned and dehydrated.  Thinking back on her high school career, Molly would advise the underclassmen to have fun and be themselves. 
    If Molly were to spend one day with someone, she would spend it with her grandpa Wertheim, because she didn’t get to know him very well. 
    Molly’s hard work and dedication in high school will help ensure her a bright future.