Humans of FHC: Keely Fitch

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“I loved to read– like, loved to read. I would never put a book down, even at dinner. My parents had to take [my books] away so I would eat because I just kept reading the whole time. On spring break in second grade, I went with two other families. They all were playing in the pool, and I sat in the chair and read the whole week.”

(Senior)

 

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