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Advice for future pep commissioners from Nick & Nils

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Advice for future pep commissioners from Nick & Nils

Haley Conely, Entertainment Editor

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Next year we are going to have a new ASB President, VP, Pep Commissioners, Secretary and treasurer. I’m sure everyone is thrilled about what they will bring to our school and what changes they might make on campus. They all plan to improve LBHS breakers and make our school a better place! ASB President next year will be Cal Nielson. An, the Vice president next year is going to be Curran Hendrickson. Your Treasurer will be Noah Linder and the Secretary is Jessica Berk. The Senior class president is Addie Briggs. Junior class president is going to be Luke Gold-Sine. The Sophomore class president is Sophia Ravenna and last but not least for freshman class president will be unknown. Now, what we all have been waiting for the two Pep Commissioners next year are Ayrton Garcia Jurado and Will Purdy. Here are some encouraging words from Nick and Nils to the upcoming Pep commissioners next year. Nick Besso one of the ASB Pep Commissioners this year wants to say is that “What I would give to future ASB pep commissioners is to have fun and don’t slack.” Nils Wilson the other Pep Commissioner would like to tell “future ASB pep commissioner’s my advice to you is to be passionate about it, because it’s an amazing platform and you may never get this chance again. At the same time, have fun with it, it’s important to give off that vibe. If you’re having fun, everyone else will be having fun too.”

Nick Besso
My advice I would give to future ASB pep commissioners is to have fun don’t slack; gotta hit those Dr. A deadlines #HEAT.
My favorite thing about being an ASB pep commissioner is definitely making everyone at LBHS laugh.
What I’m gonna miss most about Nils is his cheese-breath, and the look in his eyes when he (thinks he) has a good idea. Truly though what I will miss about my fellow commissioner is my best friend within.

Nils Wilson
For future ASB pep commissioner’s my advice to you is to be passionate about it, because it’s an amazing platform and you may never get this chance again. At the same time, have fun with it, it’s important to be that way. If you’re having fun, everyone else will too.
My highlight about being a pep commissioner this year was Romecoming. Nick and I, standing and pacing together outside the gym before the run-in, listening to the crowd reacting to what we had put so much of ourselves into. Listening to the roaring laughter, the excitement, the response. It was exhilarating and unforgettable.
What I’ll miss most about being a pep commissioner is that I’m gonna miss everything about that guy. The late nights, the improv seshes, the heated arguments, the whole ride. The laughter we gave to so many. The confidence he gave me to be myself. Most of all, I’m gonna miss doing it all with my best friend.

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