Molly Ayers is a senior at Campbell County High School. She enjoys English, history, reading, playing tennis, and traveling. At CCHS, she in involved in the Student Council, Beta Club, Junior Leadership, and the Tennis Team. After graduation, Molly would like to major in Retail, Hospitality, and Tourism Management where she can become an Event Planner. Molly’s favorite quote is “Failure is a bruise, not a tattoo.” – Jon Sinclair
Congratulations, Molly, on being Dual Studies Student of the Month!
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