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Students put ‘Mustang’s Touch’ on yearbook

by | Sep 1, 2016 | Latest

Abby Martinez, this year’s Editor-in-Chief for the Sachse yearbook, shows all of the page design that had already gone into the 2016-’17 edition.

Abby Martinez, this year’s Editor-in-Chief for the Sachse yearbook, shows all of the page design that had already gone into the 2016-’17 edition.

 

By Greg Ford

Staff Writer

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Leaving Our Mark; that’s the theme of this year’s Sachse High School yearbook.

It’s also what the staff overseeing its production hope to have accomplished once it’s completed in February. They began that task back in March, after the previous yearbook was put together, and continued it through the summer.

For the full story see the Sept. 1 issue and the e-Edition at http://www.etypeservices.com/Sachse%20NewsID248/default.aspx

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