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Ann Marie Hrdy

Ann Marie Hrdy, Photographer

Ann Marie Hrdy, senior, is a photojournalist for the 2016-2017 Eyrie. She enjoys art, playing her cello, fishing and going to work to make bank. This is her second year on the staff.

All content by Ann Marie Hrdy
Crash demo 4/20/17

[Photo] Another Successful Prom

Christian Cortes, Entertainment Editor
May 2, 2017
Jennifer Moore and Darriane Conely with their troop, presenting information about Venezuela

[Photo] Got Cookies?

Natalie Roberts, Reporter
April 26, 2016
Netflix photo illustration

[Photo] Netflix and …..?

Aysiah Loving, Reporter
January 20, 2016
Culinary students, Abigail Cottingham and Sophia Hanson, juniors, separate and prep the ingredients that are necessary for their dish. They get the recipes from their instructor and learn the basic skills needed to prepare it. They not only spend time in the kitchen cooking, but they also learn the business and management skills needed to not only succeed in the culinary world, but also in the business world.

[Photo] Can you cook it?

Emma Collins, Reporter
December 2, 2015
Anaya Holmes

[Photo] Color Me!

Christian Cortes, Reporter
November 10, 2015
Rachel Porter, senior, plays the viola in the Advanced Orchestra. Because of Usher Syndrome, she must learn to adapt to the challenges of losing her hearing in all aspects of her life. Music will be one of the most difficult obstacles because hearing is a very important part of playing an instrument.

[Photo] Courage–

Reagan Devinney, Reporter
September 23, 2015
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