From left to right, Sophomores Madisyn Butler, 15, Brooke Butler, 15, and Anglea Duncan, 15, are all smiles before they give out flowers to rising sixth graders, welcoming them on their first day at the Wake Young Women’s Leadership Academy on Monday, August 12, 2013 in Raleigh.
From left to right, Sophomores Madisyn Butler, 15, Brooke Butler, 15, and Anglea Duncan, 15, are all smiles before they give out flowers to rising sixth graders, welcoming them on their first day at the Wake Young Women’s Leadership Academy on Monday, August 12, 2013 in Raleigh. adrago@newsobserver.com
From left to right, Sophomores Madisyn Butler, 15, Brooke Butler, 15, and Anglea Duncan, 15, are all smiles before they give out flowers to rising sixth graders, welcoming them on their first day at the Wake Young Women’s Leadership Academy on Monday, August 12, 2013 in Raleigh. adrago@newsobserver.com

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