Returning camper, Meggie Furlong is a senior at Lake Zurich High School. She will take the position as Social Media Manager for Bear Facts. Outside of Bear Facts, Furlong runs cross country, plays lacrosse and participates in several other extracurricular activities.
“Being a journalist gives me the opportunity to educate and advise people and tell stories for those who cannot tell their own,” said Furlong.
Julia Flynn is one of the many new faces attending KEMPA 2016. She is a senior at Edgewood High School and takes part of her school’s literary magazine, the Wayfarer. Flynn enjoys reading and would like to share her love through her writing. When not designing or editing, Flynn can be found in the pool or on the softball field.
A soon-to-be senior at West Salem High School in Salem, Wisconsin, Abby Maliszewski is an editor for the Panther Prowler newspaper staff. While at camp she can be found in the Digital and Social Workshop, but in her free time she works as a lifeguard and is apart of her school’s pep club. Team Sobes will be counting on her to show some of her pep at camp this year.
Riley Swart is a junior at Brookfield Central High School in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Swart is a member of her school’s yearbook, she will take the position as Vice Editor in Chief and an Editor in Chief for Elmgrove. Swart occasionally writes for the Odyssey Online. In her free time, Swart coaches a lacrosse team and is involved with theater.
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