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Mr. Hawthorne: David Souhlakis

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Dakota Brantner, Editor in Chief

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Hawthorne High School’s Mr. Hawthorne talent show is on March 2 at 7:30 PM in the HHS auditorium. The Clarion sat down with each of the contestants to get a chance to see what they think of the show and their chances to take the Mr. Hawthorne crown. They have been working day and night practicing their killer routines and are prepared to dazzle the crowds with their charm.  David talks about how he plans to snag the crown from his competition this year.

 

Clarion Reporter: What are some things that you are a part of at HHS?

David Souhlakis: I’m in student council I think, I hope, and maybe I’m in class cabinet.

 

Clarion Reporter: Why did you decide to do Mr. Hawthorne?

David Souhlakis: I did Mr. Hawthorne because I was in the shower and thought to myself, “How can I get a crown without paying for it?”

 

Clarion Reporter: Do you think you will win?

David Souhlakis: No, but I hope to beat Nick Manzi.

 

Clarion Reporter: What do you think of your competition? Who do you think is your biggest competitor?

David Souhlakis: The competition this year is pretty tough. My biggest competition would have to be Aidan because of his luscious hair and the way he dances…I mean, how can you not love the kid?

 

Clarion Reporter: Tell us something about yourself that you want the audience at Mr. Hawthorne and the Hawthorne Community to know.

David Souhlakis: I want everyone to be prepared for a great show that Ms. Russo gave us the opportunity to do. Also, I’d like to thank Angelika, Stef and Devyn for helping us day in and day out!

 

Good luck David!

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Dakota Brantner, Editor in Chief

Dakota Brantner is a senior at Hawthorne High School. This is her third year writing for The Clarion. She enjoys writing poetry and all different kinds...

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