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Elizabeth HS grads look to future

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Four graduating seniors at Elizabeth high school shared their thoughts in a Q&A with Colorado Community Media as they prepare for the next stage of life.

Kayne Weidenbacher

What activities do you do?

I play baseball.

What profession or career do you want to pursue?

Discount Tire for life. I’ve been learning about marketing, sales and much more at Discount Tire, and I can avoid college tuition debt.

What will you miss about your time at EHS?

We’re all just like a big family. I’ll miss hanging out on Saturdays, because Saturday is for the boys.

Cameron McMillan

What activities do you do?

I play soccer and baseball.

What profession or career do you want to pursue?

I plan to attend Colorado State University to pursue a business or marketing-related degree.

What will you miss about your time at EHS?

It’s just a lot of fun. (Kayne Weidenbacher and I) both play baseball almost every day.

Peyton Baldwin

What activities do you do?

I do choir, theater, cross country, track, Flight Crew (a program where older students help new students adjust). I am a National Honor Society officer and also teach Sunday school at Summit Church in Centennial.

What profession or career do you want to pursue? Why?

I plan to attend Evangeline University in Springfield, Mississippi, on scholarship. In the future, I want to move to China to teach or do missions work.

Catie Walter

What activities do you do?

I work at Walmart after school, play on the volleyball team and I am a member of the high school’s Young Republican club.

What profession or career do you want to pursue?

Hopefully I’ll be a zoologist. I like amphibians, lizards and creepy crawlies that no one else likes. I plan to attend Pikes Peak Community College in the fall because it’s cheaper and closer to home.

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