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The Dysart Reporter gets a helping hand

February 25, 2009
Dysart Reporter

Lacie Bezina is shown here with Linda Podhajsky helping out in the Traer office.

Photo By Tracey PetersThe Dysart Reporter has an addition to their staff. Lacie Brezina, a senior at North Tama has elected to come to the Traer Star-Clipper for her "school to work" class. During Brezina's third and fourth hour classes, she is brought down here by a school offical and then picked back up after her class times are over. Brezina is learning how to do several jobs including: typesetting, running the computer system used for setting the newspaper pages up, and navigating the administration section of the new website, just to name a few. " I love working at the newspaper and really enjoy my "co-workers". I also think it's awesome that I'm the first person to work here for school-to-work! I love working at the Star-Clipper and it's the high point of my day." comments Brezina.

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