Catching Gold Fever

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Gold fever has taken over at our house, in school, and in our community. Hannah’s high school girls basketball team is going to the state championships (class “c”) in Augusta tomorrow evening. Each night this week has been filled with Hannah’s play-by-play reporting of the preparations and gossip. She didn’t try out for basketball after nursing a hip injury all last year, but the team is still close to her heart. Oh, to be a teen again when the most important thing on your mind is a basketball game.

Given all the festivities leading up to the game, Hannah decided that Gidget needed to get in on the fun and show the school colors. Gidget says, “Go Narraguagus Lady Knights!”

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