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Rebekah Guay – Student Spotlight

Sophomore Rebekah Guay answers questions about her life.

Megan Friel, Feature Editor

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Q: Who is your role model and why?

A: “My grandmother because she always has a positive attitude.”

Q: If you could eliminate one limitation what would it be and why?

A: “Public speaking, because I always have to use that and I don’t have good talking skills.”

Q: What’s the best news you’ve ever received?

A: “That I was going to have a little brother.”

Q: Where do you see yourself ten years from now?

A: “Having a good job and a family.”

Q: What makes you cringe?

A: “Seeing kids that don’t have a good home life. Like, having to come to school and knowing they have to go home to horrible things, I guess.”

Q: What are you most afraid of in life?

A: “Not ending up where I want to be.”

Q: What was the best day of your life?

A: “My hockey team won states.”

Q: Are you a leader or a follower and why?

A: “I would say a follower, because I don’t like when people follow me.”

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Q: What is something you’re most proud of and why?

A: “I’m not sure.”

Q: Do you have any phobias?

A: “No.”

Q: Who is your best friend and how did you meet?

A: “I would say my cousin, [Mia LaFlamme] even though that sounds weird, because we’ve just been really close since we were little. I’ve known her for ever.”

Q: What is one positive thing someone has said to you that you’ll never forget?

A: “That they were proud of me.”

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Rebekah Guay – Student Spotlight