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The student news site of Bernardo Yorba Middle School

The Matador Messenger

The student news site of Bernardo Yorba Middle School

The Matador Messenger

The student news site of Bernardo Yorba Middle School

The Matador Messenger

Kam Crowder, Reporter

Kam is a seventh grader and her beat is year book and EHS women’s dance team. She enjoys writing and researching. Outside of school, Kam enjoys dancing, reading, and hanging out with her best friend and family. A quote that she finds meaningful is “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart.” Helen Keller.

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