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Emma Harmon, junior

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“I’m really passionate about making a difference. I know that sounds super cheesy, but it just makes me really happy to see that I, as a 16 year old, can do something about the outside world. I’m really glad I get to do that, especially through speech and debate. At first, I felt bad because I was so bad at debate that I thought I would never be able to make a difference in my community, but then I just worked really hard. I learned that it’s not about whether you’re good or not or just arguing, it’s about how passionate you are about the message you want to spread.” -Emma Harmon, junior

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