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Milestone: Elks pick Cromer

Sequim High School sophomore Alexis Cromer and Elks representative Doug Metz. - Submitted photo
Sequim High School sophomore Alexis Cromer and Elks representative Doug Metz.
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Sequim High School sophomore Alexis Cromer was named the Sequim Elks’ Student of the Month at the club’s March social night dinner meeting.

She was selected for her high academic achievements as well as involvement in school activities.

Cromer maintains a 4.0 grade-point average and is in Honors Algebra II, Math and Honors Society. Her school activities include marching band, wind ensemble, jazz band and she plays six different musical instruments. She is also active in cross country, track and field. Her interests are filmmaking, photography, fashion and her hobbies are going to the beach and taking pictures, stargazing, playing guitar and jewelry making.

Cromer’s future plans are to play music professionally or pursue a math-related profession.

She is the daughter of Jim and Gail Cromer of Sequim.

 

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