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Abby Faletti

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On June 19, 1994, Mary and Ray Faletti were blessed with their third daughter, Abby. Sisters Rebekah and Isabelle were excited for their new sister. Abby’s family also consists of three cats: Matrix, Blur, and Scamper.

As a senior, Abby is taking speech, senior grammar, active chemistry, Spanish II, FACS, consumer business math, sociology, intro to computers, single survival, and government.

Abby Faletti has participated in International Club, track for two years, and in basketball for four years, lettering in basketball. Also during basketball she got the nickname “Chicken,” and it stuck. In the community Abby is involved with 4-H Clever Clovers, and she is on the Lyon County 4-H council. She attends the Revive Youth Group at Crosswalk Community Church in Sioux Falls. If she could spend one day with someone it would be Megan Frazee, a professional basketball player. She says, “she is a great role model and I would enjoy getting to know her, 

and asking her questions about life and basketball.”
Some of Abby’s favorite things are the movie “She’s the Man,” the color orange (since she was born), and shows like “The Biggest Loser” and “Top Chef.” Her favorite music is any Christian music, especially Toby Mac and Kari Jobe. She enjoys cheesecake and the school subjects sociology and speech. Her favorite reading material is “The Diary of a Teenage Girl” series. She especially likes to laugh at the entertaining freshmen in her FACS class!

Her most memorable high school moment was walking in the Central Lyon as a student for the first time after previously being homeschooled. Also, some words of her wisdom for the 

underclassmen are,” Work hard and don’t procrastinate on your homework.”
In the future Abby plans to go to a community college for generals than to transfer to a four year college.  In ten years she sees herself graduated from college with a nice job that she enjoys.

Good luck, Abby!

Written by Nani Thomas