The Wildcat

Nicole Say
Nicole Say is involved in FFA, 4-H, HHCA (Heartland Highland Cattle Association), AHCA (American Highland Cattle  and is a new member of the Ozark Echos Yearbook staff. She is a junior at Warsaw, where she has attended since freshman year. She attended Warsaw South Elementary from Pre-K to fourth grade, and then went to Climax Springs and Skyline Middle school. After that she moved back to Warsaw.

Say works for her neighbor by cleaning his cabin. Say’s future plans are to go to college to get her doctorate degree in veterinary medicine. She loves working with animals big or small. At some point she wants to own her own business. 

Although she has a lot of work on her hands when it comes to working on a farm, she also likes to go on walks, spend time with her cows, play games, and also hang out with her boyfriend. She loves going to Church of the Living Water, and began attending when there was an inspiration in her life to go back to church. She tries to go to church at least once a week, if not twice a week.

Nicole Say, Staff Contributor

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