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UNITED STATES–

Look out, there’s another storm coming!  That means a lot of rain and wind.

The name of this hurricane is going to be Joaquin.  Since 1979, there have been over 53 hurricanes.  In 2005, there was a hurricane named Wilma and a hurricane in 2008 named Ike.

6th grader Samantha Janos [my sister] said,”I would name a hurricane Sophia. While in a hurricane, I would run outside in the rain.”

My mom, Karen Janos said,”I would name a hurricane Pamela. While in a hurricane, I make sure we have food and water.”

In a hurricane, sometimes the electricity goes out.  During a hurricane, you can do a ton of things like playing a board game, running outside in the rain, and anything you can think of.

I would name a hurricane Stella.

So, stay safe and think about what you can do during a hurricane to still have fun.  Also don’t go to the beach unless you want a ton of sand blown in your face!

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Rachael Janos, Staff Reporter

My name is Rachael. This is my third and last year of writing for the Hutchinson Bear. I have one older sister named Samantha. I'm also reporting for the...

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2 Responses to “A Big Storm”

  1. Karen on October 10th, 2015 12:55 pm

    Great article, Rachael!!!

  2. Lila on June 13th, 2018 4:10 pm

    Oh no!

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