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Nathan Morris, News Staff Writer

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Oak Hills High School History Club is hosting a field trip to the Museum of Tolerance on February 25th, 2018. The trip is available to all students at OHHS looking to learn more about the Holocaust, and other stories and events of persecution that has happened in the world. Tickets cost $21 and only fifty spots are available, so make haste in signing up. The trip is scheduled for Sunday, February 25th, from 8 AM to 5 PM. Students looking to find more information on the trip should seek Jeni Boulanger in room D-20, Courtney Bell in room D-6, and Dori LaMar in room  C-21.

Manuel Laureano, a sophomore at OHHS, was excited at hearing of this opportunity, “It sounds really cool, [I] might plan on going!”

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Nathan Morris, News Staff Writer

Born on July 16th, 2002, Nathan's favorite color is purple and he enjoys metal music as well as the artist Avenged Sevenfold. He enjoys archery and competitive...

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