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Horatio Wolffe
Horatio Wolffe joins the AV journalism class for his second year as a staff writer. He completes his work earnestly which ranges from writing stories and anchoring on AVTV to fundraising and manual labor and asks for more. Horatio is a hardworker if nothing else, not inlvolving himself with sports or academics, he spends the time he doesn’t have to be in school; sleeping, exercising, working, and having fun. He works as a soccer referee in Pleasanton and an electrician, rancher, woodsman in Walowa County, Oregon. His idea of fun includes learning a utilising practical skills that will come in handy in his future career.

"I admit that I am not the brightest bulb in the pack and I find difficulty liking school activites. I prefer to better myself free of outside pacing and the pressure of marketing myself to the world at all times corrupting my motives. The few things I care about I care very deeply about and pay great, resources, attention to detail, and if neccesary my life to preserve and improve. For instance, I donate over 150 dollars a year to the Sierra Club and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation each. I love America and will be enlisting inthe Army after I graduate, with aspirations of bcoming a Green Beret"

Horatio Wolffe, Staff Writer

May 11, 2020
Donate your blood and save a life (Story)
Apr 29, 2020
Covid-19 testing for Alameda County has begun (Media)
Apr 24, 2020
Tragedy hits Pleasanton with first homicide case since 2012 (Story)
The student news site of Amador Valley High School
Horatio Wolffe