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Six HHS students take home awards from film screening

 

Ryan Welch/Havre Daily News

SeRim Jeong, from left, Gryphon Guyant, Christian Sorensen, Natalie Verploegen, Jada Paulson and Abigail Berger pose for a photograph Wednesday with their awards from the Hi-Line Documentary and Shorts Film Screening.

Monday night, Havre High School teamed up with the Yellow Bus Committee to present awards in two categories of films made and produced by high school students.

Sixteen films were presented in the shorts and documentary categories of the Hi-Line Documentary and Shorts Film Screening and the prizes, which included plaques and prize money provided by the the Yellow Bus Committee, were awarded based upon the votes of the audience.

The winners in the shorts category were Christian Sorensen, Gryphon Guyant and Natalie Verploegen.

Sorensen, 18, whose video "Virtual Home" won first place, will...



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