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Allie L.

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Allie was voted Most Likely to Succeed with Jason H.
Allie was voted Hardest Worker with T.J. L.
Allie was voted Best Dancer with Dan H.

    On February 12, 1989, Robert and Brynn Ladd gave birth to a baby girl, Allie Ladd.  She also has a sister, Jennifer, and a brother, Christopher. 
    Throughout high school, Allie has participated in cross country, softball, track, large group speech, mock trial, student council, international club, dance team (captain), jazz and swing choir, band, NHS, the musicals, and she is the journalism co-editor.  Her most memorable moment in high school was going to state mock trial.  She has received honors in high school, such as being on the high honor roll, the history award, and outstanding attorney in mock trial.
This year, Allie is taking band, physics, Spanish IV, government, grammar, calculus, PE, choir, and journalism, her favorite class.
    Allie is also very active in the community.  She is in 4-H, she sings in the choir cabinet of her church at JCC, works at Robin’s school of dance, and is in the Dance Company and participates in competitions in Sioux Center.
    Allie’s favorite movie is “The Guardian”, and she enjoys eating steak, ice cream cake, mangoes, and cherry sherbet.  She loves the color yellow, and she enjoys listening to “Blinded by Rainbows” by The Rolling Stones while reading her favorite book “The Chosen” by Chaim Potok.
    In the future, she plans on going to college and major in dietetics.  In ten years, she sees herself maybe married with a good, rewarding job and living a happy life. 
    If she could give any advice to the underclassmen, it is to not slack during your senior year, because what you learn now can only help you in your future.  Also, if she could spend one day with someone living or dead, it would be with her Grandma Ladd, because she was a hard working, kind, and loving person who she could learn a lot from.