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Kayla Baker, 17, is a senior at Colo-NESCO High School and is holding a bone marrow drive on Saturday, Feb. 8. Her baby sister, Karleigh, passed away in 2009 after being diagnosed with a rare white blood cell disease that required chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

Kayla Baker, 17, is a senior at Colo-NESCO High School and is holding a bone marrow drive on Saturday, Feb. 8. Her baby sister, Karleigh, passed away in 2009 after being diagnosed with a rare white blood cell disease that required chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

Grace McCunn, 10, jokes around with her neighbor Gus Mohs at her lemonade stand at the corner of 30th Street and Hoover Ave. on Friday, June 24, 2016. Grace is selling lemonade to raise money to help pay for her neighbors' grandson Jackson Donahoe's chemotherapy. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/lemonade-cause-ames-girl-raises-money-boy-cancer

Grace McCunn, 10, jokes around with her neighbor Gus Mohs at her lemonade stand at the corner of 30th Street and Hoover Ave. on Friday, June 24, 2016. Grace is selling lemonade to raise money to help pay for her neighbors' grandson Jackson Donahoe's chemotherapy. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/lemonade-cause-ames-girl-raises-money-boy-cancer

Siriaco Garcia spends a lot of his school days in the art hallway at Ames High School. Next week, the 18-year-old senior will become the first person in his family to graduate from high school. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Siriaco Garcia spends a lot of his school days in the art hallway at Ames High School. Next week, the senior will become the first person in his family to graduate from high school. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

It has been nearly 75 years since Grace Obata Amemiya and her family were forced…

It has been nearly 75 years since Grace Obata Amemiya and her family were forced…

High Low Dress - #AfricanFashion - #KrantoKolection - Stained Glass - #WaxPrint - Cool blues - Perfect dress for a summer escape to the seaside

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High low dress perfect for graduation season! Made out of African wax printed fabric - features high low hem with lots of flair! Custom order - #AfricanFashion

High low dress perfect for graduation season! Made out of African wax printed fabric - features high low hem with lots of flair!

Self Esteem Inventory

The "Unaware-Self" has no idea the Ego surrounds the "True-Self" (High Self Esteem in this chart). There's a very simple cure for this delusional thinking. Simply by being "Aware" of that the ego is responsible for both the Low Self-Esteem t

Mainstream Living Enclave Mark Kitchen, 56, inspects water reagents prior to packaging them at the Hach manufacturing facility in Ames on Wednesday. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://www.amestrib.com/news/20161119/mainstream-living-enclave-program-still-strong-after-more-than-20-years

Mainstream Living Enclave Mark Kitchen, 56, inspects water reagents prior to packaging them at the Hach manufacturing facility in Ames on Wednesday. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://www.amestrib.com/news/20161119/mainstream-living-enclave-program-still-strong-after-more-than-20-years

Ames High School art teacher Sandy Quintero, left, and sophomore Amy Staebler flank Staebler’s photo at the CIML Art Show.

Ames High School art teacher Sandy Quintero, left, and sophomore Amy Staebler flank Staebler’s photo at the CIML Art Show.

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