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    phuynh

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    Anna Yu

    Post  phuynh on Sun Jan 10, 2010 7:41 pm

    Tired, Anna Yu dejectedly glances at her flags sticking out of her cheer bag. She is then reminded of her final year as captain, her final year leading the ensemble. Since her sophomore year, Anna held the position as captain for Pep Flags facing many struggles and earning the respect from her teammates.
    Starting out as captain in her sophomore year wasn’t easy, she ran into a lot of difficulties. {list difficulties that she ran into……………………………..”There was a diversity of grade levels in her group, but that didn’t stop Anna from taking control of things. To keep things in line she would,” insert quote herehaskdljfhlsakjdhflasjdhfljsad.” Knowing how to handle different situations, Anna became the ideal leader of Pep Flags. She noticed that over time “everything gets easier with experience,” especially what advice to give to every individual.
    Like the words of a humble elder, Anna constantly gives sensible and useful advice to her peers, encouraging the balance of work and play. As a key part of Pep Flags and a full-time student, Anna has a keen skill of prioritizing her work schedule. To do so she strives to make “well-thought out decisions [that will help build] a good sense of judgment.” Anna willingly gives advice to keep “everyone motivated and striving to be the best they can [be]. This motivation keeps the team’s spirits high and energetic.
    Just like Anna’s sophomore year, Pep Flags will be competing at numerous competitions this year, held all over Southern California. The first chance for Pep Flags to exhibit their talent will be at USA Regional’s on January 24 at Orange Lutheran High School. With two more weeks for practice, they will also be competing at a SHARP tournament on February 13 at Glendora High School. If successful at the USA Regional’s, Pep Flags will move onto USA Nationals which will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center on March 26. The routine performed was choreographed by_______________________________________.
    Starting out at the bottom during freshman year, Anna never expected to be head of Pep Flags next year and the years following. The qualities that make her such a successful leader are—she constantly encourages the members to be their best and keep their priorities in line. One thing for sure is that she will have a lasting effect on Pep Flags and her shoes will be hard to fill.

    lenakalemkiarian

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    Re: Anna Yu

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:38 pm

    Tired, Anna Yu dejectedly glances at her flags sticking out of her cheer bag. She is then reminded of her final year as captain, her final year leading the ensemble. Since her sophomore year, Anna held the position as captain for Pep Flags facing many struggles and earning the [delete the] respect from her teammates.
    Starting out as captain in her sophomore year wasn’t easy, she ran into a lot of difficulties. {list difficulties that she ran into……………………………..”There was a diversity of grade levels in her group, but that didn’t stop Anna from taking control of things. To keep things in line she would,” insert quote herehaskdljfhlsakjdhflasjdhfljsad.” Knowing how to handle different situations, Anna became the ideal leader of Pep Flags. She noticed that over time “everything gets easier with experience,” especially what advice to give to every [each] individual.
    Like the words of a humble elder, Anna constantly gives sensible and useful advice to her peers, encouraging the balance of work and play. As a key part of Pep Flags and a full-time student, Anna has a keen skill of prioritizing her work schedule. To do so she strives to make “well-thought out decisions [that will help build] a good sense of judgment.” Anna willingly gives advice to keep “everyone motivated and striving to be the best they can [be]. This motivation keeps the team’s spirits high and energetic.
    Just like Anna’s sophomore year, Pep Flags will be competing at numerous competitions this year, held all over Southern California. The first chance for Pep Flags to exhibit their talent will be at USA Regional’s on January 24 [Jan. 24] at Orange Lutheran High School. With two more weeks for practice, they will also be competing at a SHARP tournament on February 13 [Feb. 13] at Glendora High School. If successful at the USA Regional’s, Pep Flags will move onto USA Nationals which will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center on March 26. The routine performed was choreographed by_______________________________________.
    Starting out at the bottom during freshman year, Anna never expected to be head of Pep Flags [the] next year and the years following. The qualities that make her such a successful leader are—she constantly encourages the members to be their best and keep their priorities in line. One thing for sure is that she will have a lasting effect on Pep Flags and her shoes will be hard to fill.

    phuynh

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    Re: Anna Yu

    Post  phuynh on Mon Jan 11, 2010 12:54 pm

    Senior Anna Yu glances at her flags sticking out of her cheer bag. She is reminded of her final year as captain, her final year leading the ensemble. Since sophomore year, Anna has held the position as Pep Flags captain, facing many struggles and respect from her teammates.
    Starting out as captain in her sophomore year wasn’t easy; she had to lead unwilling upperclassmen. There was a diversity of grade levels in her group, but that didn’t stop Anna from taking control of the ensemble. To keep things in line she would constantly give little pep talks about how they should act and perform as a team. With her years of experience, Anna is now an ideal leader. She agrees that “everything gets easier with experience”—including the art of giving words of advice.
    Anna constantly gives sensible and useful advice to her peers in order to maintain the balance of work and play. As a full-time student and Pep Flags captain, Anna has a keen skill of prioritizing her work schedule. To do so she strives to make “well-thought out decisions [that will help build] a good sense of judgment.” Anna willingly gives advice to keep “everyone motivated and striving to be the best they can [be].” This motivation keeps the team’s spirits high and energetic.
    Pep Flags will be competing at numerous competitions this year held all over Southern California. The first chance for Pep Flags to exhibit their talent will be at USA Regional’s on Jan. 24 at Orange Lutheran High School. With two more weeks for practice, they will also be competing at a SHARP tournament on Feb. 13 at Glendora High School. If successful at the USA Regional’s, Pep Flags may move onto USA Nationals which will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center on March 26. With contribution from each team member, Pep Flags creates routines to be performed at the competitions.
    Starting out at the bottom during freshman year, Anna never expected to be head of Pep Flags the next year and the years following. The qualities that make her such a successful leader are—she constantly encourages the members to be their best and keep their priorities in line. One thing for sure is that she will have a lasting effect on Pep Flags.

    lenakalemkiarian

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    Re: Anna Yu

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:33 pm

    looks good!

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    Re: Anna Yu

    Post  ChristinaZhou on Tue Jan 12, 2010 12:44 pm

    Senior Anna Yu glances at her flags sticking out of her cheer bag. She is reminded of her final year as captain, her final year leading the ensemble. Since sophomore year, Anna has held the position as Pep Flags Captain, facing many struggles while earning respect from her teammates.
    Starting out as captain in her sophomore year wasn’t easy; she had to lead unwilling upperclassmen. They felt that since they were older, they did not need to heed the suggestions that Anna gave. Fortunately, Anna was able to keep things in line by constantly giving little pep talks about how they should act and perform as a team. With her years of experience, Anna is now an ideal leader. She agrees that “everything gets easier with experience”—including the art of giving words of advice.
    Anna constantly gives sensible and useful advice to her peers in order to maintain the balance of work and play. Her advice manages to keep “everyone motivated and striving to be the best they can [be].” This motivation is what enables the team’s spirits to stay high and energetic. As a full-time student and Pep Flags captain, Anna has a keen skill of prioritizing her work schedule. To do so, she strives to make “well-thought out decisions [that will help build] a good sense of judgment.”
    In the next couple of months, Pep Flags will be competing at numerous competitions all over Southern California. With contribution from each team member, Pep Flags will create their performance routine. They will first exhibit their talent at the USA Regional’s on Jan. 24 at Orange Lutheran High School. With only two weeks to revise the routine, they will soon compete at a SHARP tournament on Feb. 13 at Glendora High School. If successful at the USA Regional’s, Pep Flags may move onto USA Nationals which will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center on Mar. 26.
    During freshman year, Anna never expected to be head of Pep Flags the next year and the years following. Qualities that make her such a successful leader are: constantly encouraging the members to do their best and to manage their time well. One thing for sure is that she will have a lasting effect on Pep Flags.

    melissama

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    Re: Anna Yu

    Post  melissama on Wed Jan 13, 2010 1:29 pm

    She’s been Pep Flags Captain for three years, leading her cheery ensemble through games and competitions. But while this will be the last year for senior Anna Yu to hold that position, the wonderful memories more than make up for the sadness in leaving.
    Anna originally joined Pep Flags as a freshman, never expecting to become the head of the group for the next year and the years following. And while leading unwilling and doubting upperclassmen was difficult as a sophomore, Anna positively looked forward and confidently dealt with the situation. Constant pep talks, peppered with sensible and useful advice, finally brought the team together.
    Since, Anna has become the ideal leader. She, and many of her current teammates, agree that “everything gets easier with experience”—including the art of giving words of advice. Her advice keeps “everyone motivated and striving to be the best they can [be],” enabling the team’s spirits to stay high and energetic. Which, of course, is important for a pep team.
    Pep Flags now holds high hopes for the next couple of months, as they begin to compete at events around Southern California. With a routine created by a collaborative team effort, the group will first exhibit their talent at the USA Regionals on Jan. 24. Two weeks later, Pep Flags will also compete at the SHARP Tournament on Feb. 13. And, if successful at the January regionals, Pep Flags may just have the chance to move on to Nationals on March 26.
    It may be weird for Pep Flags to, after three years, imagine a group without their devoted captain Anna Yu. But even if she may not officially be there to encourage them on, Anna’s legacy of words-of-wisdom will continue past graduation.

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