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        Kevin Schaefer
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        Hey everyone! Happy Friday!

        Check out today’s 31 Days of SMA story here. Ashley writes about her high school experience, and how SMA did and didn’t affect it. She emphasizes doing extracurricular activities and staying active. For her, cheerleading made her high school years special.

        Do you have any takeaways from Ashley’s story?

        Hope you all have a great weekend!

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