SSHS Recognizes Lady Blackhawk Seniors
Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder
Trinitey Bartlett was escorted by her mother RaeDean. Trinitey participated in band for four years lettering in three, cheerleading for two years lettering in one and participated and lettered in choir for one year. She was accepted and participated in the All-Star band at the University of Montana. She also represented Seeley-Swan High School for the Challenge Success program. After graduation, Trinitey plans to attend the University of Montana and major in drama and minor in business. Trinitey would like to thank her mother and her nana for supporting her through all of her endeavors and always pushing her to do her best and give her all.
SEELEY LAKE - Seeley-Swan High School (SSHS) recognized their senior basketball athletes and senior musicians along with their families at the last Blackhawk's home game of the season Saturday, Feb. 11 against Darby. Look for the senior boys in the Feb. 23 issue.
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