Hough High sophomore Allie Wordsworth, a member of the Hough Artist Consotrium, works on a project during photography class.
Hough High sophomore Allie Wordsworth, a member of the Hough Artist Consotrium, works on a project during photography class. Joe Habina
Hough High sophomore Allie Wordsworth, a member of the Hough Artist Consotrium, works on a project during photography class. Joe Habina

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