High school was one of the most fun times of my pre-adult life. Junior high really sucked, because of the bullying I received there. 13-year-olds can be some of the meanest humans on earth, but that's a story for another day.

By the time I got to high school, the bullying seemed to stop and I really enjoyed the years I was there, despite the fact that my father was the assistant principal. A lot of that time I enjoyed was in Key Club a service organization for high schoolers which was sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club.

Through Key Club I made friends, helped out with community projects and fundraisers through school dances, helped run the football concession stand and many other fun projects. I was still never part of the "popular" crowd, but it didn't matter to me at that point. I was in a crowd where I was accepted.

It was in high school that I took my first steps at my current career, starting with DJing school dances. Then I did some PA work by doing morning announcements and announcing the starting lineups for the girls basketball team. After hearing me announce the lineups, one of the adults said I had a really good voice and should think about getting into radio. The rest is history.

It's been 32 years since I graduated from Oxford Hills High School, as it was formerly known before it became "comprehensive." Take a look at some of the photos of me back in the day from my four yearbooks I recently dug up.

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