BY ALEXIS VETTER
Yearbook has been a passion for Kimmie Lince her entire high school career.
Lince joined the yearbook staff at Harborside Academy in Kenosha, Wis., her freshman year. She decided to join yearbook in order to grow in a specific subject over the course of her four years.
Now an incoming junior, she is the editor.
"I have focused specifically in directing the other students and focusing on all activities for my particular grade," Lince said.
Lince hopes to improve her design skills at camp to create beautiful pages for her school yearbook this upcoming year.
In her free time, Lince also participates in her school's program called Outward Bound, an adventure program that focuses on mentoring struggling students by pushing them physically and mentally guided by advanced students.
She also participates in a semi-professional theater group known as Spotlight Youth Theater where she focuses on dance and vocal performance.
In the future, Lince plans to be a wildlife researcher and focus on animal psychology and behavior. She hopes to travel and be hands on in jungles and forests all over the world.
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