Class rank: No. 5.
Vital statistics: She is the 17-year-old daughter of Brian and Becky Twamley of Brainerd. She has an older sister, Erin, 21.
Activities: Principal second violin in chamber orchestra, golf team captain; Habitat for Humanity ReStore volunteer; Interact Club; Students for Political Awareness club member; plays violin at First Congregational Church; and volunteers with the Interfaith Hospitality Network at her church.
Morgan Twamley, who has taught violin lessons for students age 7-13 for the past 3-1/2 years, plans to attend St. Olaf College to pursue a major in Spanish, paired with either environmental science or international relations. Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls » Purchase reprints of this photo.
Part-time work: She taught violin lessons for 3-1/2 years to students ages 7 to 13. She also works as a nanny during the summer.
For relaxation: I love to spend time on the lake in the summer, tubing and soaking up the sun. I listen to music constantly and love all types. I also love to spend time with my friends just hanging out and doing random fun things.
Future plans: Attend St. Olaf College in the fall to pursue a major in Spanish, paired with either environmental science or international relations.
Most memorable high school moment: It's hard to choose just one moment that I will always remember. Some of my favorite moments are from the football games. I loved getting all decked out in Warrior gear and chanting from the middle of the student section. I still remember the first time I stood in the student section and I couldn't believe how much energy and enthusiasm the crowd had. When the team made it to state and we all traveled to the dome it was incredibly exciting. I will always remember the times we had during those football games.
Words to live by: And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years. - Abraham Lincoln
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