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Katja Fair, Assistant Managing Editor/Photos

Katja Fair is a senior at Pelham Memorial High School. She participates in the science research program with an interest in neurology and animal science and has completed two independent research projects with the hope to go to vet school for zoological medicine. She is a member of the spring and winter track teams, the school mascot, and a competitive procrastinator. She is passionate about photography and writing and is extremely excited to merge these two mediums for the Pelham Examiner!

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Chamber of Commerce kicks off spring with community-fun Saturday (slideshow)

Chamber of Commerce kicks off spring with community-fun Saturday (slideshow)

March 24, 2021

The Pelham Chamber of Commerce hosted Spring into Pelham on Saturday with an Easter egg hunt and market with local organizations and small businesses. Around 1,500 eggs were scattered along Fifth Avenue,...

SATs and APs: How College Board is monopolizing education

SATs and APs: How College Board is monopolizing education

March 17, 2021

High school is like the Olympics. It begins with your freshman year when you light the torch of academic stress and start the competition. It is an energy drink and Dunkin' cappuccino-fueled competition...

Projected rate of food insecurity by state in 2020

Hunger during pandemic is real and here in Pelham: This is what you can do to help

January 22, 2021

New Yorkers are bracing themselves as the one year anniversary of the Covid-19 pandemic arrives. Due to the shared struggle of all civilians, Pelham has come together in fantastic ways such as hanging...

Foto Feature: PMHS students brave cold with Polar Plunge for NY Special Olympics

Foto Feature: PMHS students brave cold with Polar Plunge for NY Special Olympics

November 16, 2020

Members of the Pelham Memorial High School Do Something Club participated in the annual Polar Plunge for the NY Special Olympics on Saturday, despite a high temperature of just over 50 degrees.

Foto Feature: Families march in Scout-organized Halloween parade

Foto Feature: Families march in Scout-organized Halloween parade

November 1, 2020

Families had the opportunity to show off their Halloween costumes and walk among jack-o'-lanterns at the Pelham Pumpkin Parade. Costumes ranged from homemade spiders to fish tanks. A DJ played all...

Foto Feature: 'Trunk or treat!' Huguenot Children's Choir celebrates Halloween

Foto Feature: ‘Trunk or treat!’ Huguenot Children’s Choir celebrates Halloween

October 30, 2020

"Trunk or Treating" is an alternative to the traditional custom of going house to house. Despite the rain, the kids regarded going car to car to be a big success. The parents were relieved by the safe...

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Reporter's notebook: Observing aftermath of parties that shut the schools

Reporter’s notebook: Observing aftermath of parties that shut the schools

September 10, 2020

The Pelham school district's switch to virtual learning Thursday and Friday because of two days of partying by high school students at Split Rock Golf Course left behind graffiti and drew the attention...

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