Speechmasters 2013

Carmel Creek Speechmasters graduates: Top row (L-R): Matthew Lim, Richard Xu, Cole Foster, Nigel Chang; 2nd row (L-R): Lydia Chung, Lisa Jeong, Ellie Yan, Victoria Smitham, Leili Delorme, Sanjana Bollapragada, Mrs. Mojgan Amini; 3rd row (L-R): Alexis Wu, Daniel Li, Armon Amini, Merily Navarro, Sarah Goltz; Front row (L-R): Audrey Chan, Trinity Peck, Michael Wu, Kinam Kong, Abby Bulich, Paloma Zenteno

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