Hello, my name is BreAnn Anshutz and I just graduated from a small high school in Central Kansas; my graduating class had less than 20 students.  I grew up on the farm that has been in my family for over 125 years alongside my sister (who is my polar opposite) and parents.  My future plans include attending Kansas State University and majoring in Software Engineering.  As I attended a small high school, I had many opportunities to be involved.  This allowed me to be involved with a variety of activities.  I was a cross country manager, a member of Student Council, a member of the state Scholar’s Bowl team and many other activities. 

 Besides school activities, I have also been involved with 4-H.  I have been involved with the clothing, photography, foods, leadership, and wheat variety plot projects in 4-H.  Below is a photo I of me preparing to give an extemporaneous speech.

Feb.-March Piano, 4-H 143

 My hobbies include reading, playing the piano, photography and sewing.  I love reading anything and everything, but historical fiction is probably my favorite genre of books.  My favorite genre of historical music to play is the Romantic era (approximately 1820 A.D.-1900 A.D.)  I also like to play modern pieces as well.  Below is a black and white photo of the piano at my house.


My internship is with Stafford County Economic Development.  Some of my assigned tasks include making a database of all Stafford County alumni, making a video about why people choose to live in Stafford County, and to plan and organize a photo contest at the Stafford County Fair.  From this experience I hope to gain work experience and further my knowledge of videography, photography, and spreadsheet programs. 

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