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Harmon Keeps Busy In Bainville

Harmon Keeps Busy In Bainville Harmon Keeps Busy In Bainville

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Bainville High School student Reese Harmon keeps active both at school and outside with jobs during his senior year.

His school activities include Business Professionals of America, National Honor Society, basketball and track.

He participated in small business management along with banking and finance in BPA. He earned second- place honors at the regional conference for small business management.

Harmon says BPA has been a good learning experience for him.

He has enjoyed being a member of the National Honor Society since his sophomore year.

“It’s fun to be involved in things around the school,” Harmon explained.

In basketball, Harmon has been playing since the fourth grade and starts for the Bulldogs this season.

“It’s a fun game and I get to play with my friends,” Harmon said.

He shares that part of the fun was shaving a boy’s head in the locker room last season. “He just wanted a haircut,” Harmon explained.

His goals for this year’s team include advancing to the divisional tournament.

Harmon qualified for the Class C state track meet last spring in both the 800-meter run and 1600-meter relay. He won the divisional title in the 800.

He said he and his teammates are aiming to place at state in the 1600-meter relay this year.

Outside of school, he helps his mother at Wild Calf Coffee and his father with garage door projects.

At the coffee shop, he mainly assists in bagging the coffee or shipping orders. He helps his father by fixing machines in the shop or with garage door projects.

Harmon, who has attended school in Bainville since kindergarten, says his favorite class is history/ government. His favorite teacher is Lance Berndt. “He’s a funny guy,” Harmon said.

After high school, Harmon plans to study at Montana State University in Bozeman. He hopes to own a business some day.

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