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Hornet Pride

Lynda Alley, who moved from the  Enumclaw Middle School band teaching  position to the high school, spent some time this summer sprucing up her classroom. “The EHS band room  transformation was made possible by the tireless efforts of the following people: Trish Pierce, Cameron Pierce, Emma Pierce, Amanda Jarman, Mike Jarman, Band Boosters and Janelle Frazer,” Alley said. Bob VanBuskirk, owner of Van’s Upholstery and an EHS graduate, is reupholstering the restaurant benches for the band room. Alley also gave a nod to Principal Jill Burnes and the custodial staff for giving the green light to “create a room that exhibits the Hornet Pride that is Enumclaw.” -
Lynda Alley, who moved from the Enumclaw Middle School band teaching position to the high school, spent some time this summer sprucing up her classroom. “The EHS band room transformation was made possible by the tireless efforts of the following people: Trish Pierce, Cameron Pierce, Emma Pierce, Amanda Jarman, Mike Jarman, Band Boosters and Janelle Frazer,” Alley said. Bob VanBuskirk, owner of Van’s Upholstery and an EHS graduate, is reupholstering the restaurant benches for the band room. Alley also gave a nod to Principal Jill Burnes and the custodial staff for giving the green light to “create a room that exhibits the Hornet Pride that is Enumclaw.”
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