Fair gives students insight into options

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SANDPOINT — All Things Senior is an event dedicated to high school seniors as they look toward the future.

During this year’s event, Sandpoint High School will host a college fair with several breakout sessions. Military and college representatives will be on hand to provide information and answer questions, and sessions will include topics on financial aid, scholarships, college applications and more. SHS college and career mentor Kendall Lang said All Things Senior will, once again, be a “great event.” The event is free and high school seniors are encouraged to bring their parents. All seniors throughout Bonner County, including home-school and West Bonner County, as well as Boundary County students are encouraged to attend as well.

All Things Senior will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, at SHS, 410 S. Division Ave.

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