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Samantha Sorensen, Staff Writer • May 21, 2024
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Photo Credit: @hunterhighmadrigals on Instagram
Photo Credit: @hunterhighmadrigals on Instagram

At both lunches on February 6th, 7th, and 8th, our very own Hunter High Madrigals were selling Sing-A-Grams as well as roses that were delivered on the 13th and 14th. For one Sing-A-Gram, it cost 3$, and it is 3$ to have a rose delivered as well. If you want to combine a rose delivery and a Sing-A-Gram, it cost 6$.

What is a Sing-A-Gram? 

The madrigals men’s group surrounds Mr. Garner to sing him “I Love You Too Much” as well as “L.O.V.E”

A Sing-A-Gram is a Valentines Day tradition that is held every year by the Madrigals, where you can deliver a song to anyone you want to show your appreciation for during the season of love. When purchasing either a rose or a Sing-A-Gram, you must provide the intended person’s first and last name, as well as the class period you want it delivered to. This year, the song choices were “Just the Way You are” by Bruno Mars performed by the Women’s group, “Fly Love” from the Rio Soundtrack performed by the Mixed group, and a mix of “I Love You Too Much” from the Book of Life soundtrack and “L.O.V.E” by Nat King Cole performed by the Men’s group.


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Samantha Sorensen, Staff Writer
Hi! My name is Samantha Sorensen and I am a sophomore at Hunter High School. Some things I like to do for fun are hang out with friends and family, watch movies, and go shopping. My interest for journalism started when I took a speech and debate class during my freshman year of high school. I discovered that I like arguing a point and trying to make a change, but I didn't like the competition. I feel that because of this, Journalism is a better fit for me, because I can write influential stories and prove a point but without the competition and arguing, and so far I am really enjoying this class. This school year I am looking forward to meeting new people and learning new things, and I am hoping to broaden my horizons in journalism.

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