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New members chosen for NHS

National Honor Society this morning notified 71 juniors and seniors that they have been selected for membership in the Kerr chapter. New members were notified with a letter delivered by a current member. They will be inducted next Tuesday, December 12, in a ceremony at 6:30 PM. New members include: Ferdinand Andaya, Henrietta Barretto, Joseph Bilski, Elijah Bui-Dang, Francheska Canlas, Loga…

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