Color guard and baton seniors say goodbye

Color guard and baton seniors say goodbye

Ian Stone , Co-Sports Editor November 17, 2015
As winter sports begin and fall banquets come to a close, we have put together a series of stories to recap this 2015 fall sport season.
Howell alumni: Kayla Dillon

Howell alumni: Kayla Dillon

Kayla Dillon graduated in 2009. She has a bachelor's degree in social work and is working towards her master’s degree at Eastern Michigan University. Dillon works at LACASA, a nonprofit organization that helps victims of abuse as the head Youth Prevention Educator. She is also involved with the LACASA Teen Advisory Program. Dillon coaches the color guard and baton twirlers for the Howell High School Marching Band. She is also a national baton twirler coach.
Kathleen Isenegger, Kyra Moen and Lindsey Saba, A&E Editor, Staff Writer and News Editor March 2, 2015

Kayla Dillon graduated in 2009. She has a bachelor's degree in social work and is working towards her master’s degree at Eastern Michigan University. Dillon works at LACASA, a nonprofit organization...

HHS student takes fifth at Majorette competition

HHS student takes fifth at Majorette competition

Jordan Pudvay, Social Media Editor January 26, 2015
Twirling and catching batons is no easy thing, but junior Emily Coan has no trouble doing that and recently showed off her talent at Nov. 29th’s Miss High School Majorette competition. She started twirling after her mom brought home three batons from when she twirled in high school. Out of her three sisters, she was the only one who liked it and has stuck with twirling for six years.
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