It’s a busy summer for Hannah Pallas

News-Argus Staff

Part of the Roy track team, Hannah Pallas is determined to improve her skills throwing the javelin.
Photo by Alice Neal


Seventeen-year-old Hannah Pallas of Roy High School is a busy gal. The daughter of Paul Pallas, her plans for the summer will keep her busy.

“I plan to work at Small Wonder Child Care, Inc. and have lots of fun over the summer.”

Hannah enjoys writing, hunting, fishing hiking, swimming and multiple sports. During the school year, she is on the Outlaws’ basketball and track teams. One of her goals for senior year is to improve her skills in throwing the javelin at track meets. FFA and National Honor Society are also part of her extracurricular activities.

Looking back to her grade school years, Hannah enjoyed recess time, particularly playing Red Rover. Snack time was also something she looked forward to.

After high school, Hannah plans to apply for college and be a part of the track team. She would like to attend Montana State University and major in paleontology.

When asked if she could spend the day with anyone, living or dead, who she would pick, Hannah replied, “I would spend a day with my grandma. We would go to Scotland and tour different sites. It would be a happy adventure.”


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