Mrs. Clemons Enjoys Hiking and Reading

Mrs. Clemons has traveled across the world, hiked in unique locations, and is an avid runner.
By AJ Gerardi
Mrs. Clemons has traveled across the world, hiked in unique locations, and is an avid runner.

“I am married and have two children: Hayden, who is a senior at Woodlynde and Grayson, who is a sixth grader at Shipley,” Mrs. Clemons said.

“An interesting fact about our family is that we adopted Grayson from China when he was three years old. We all traveled to China to meet him, which was a very special time for all of us.

“As a family, we love to hike, and most of our vacations are spent in a location where there are a lot of challenging hikes. We have hiked all of the national parks in Utah, and we hike in New Hampshire in the White Mountains every summer,” Mrs. Clemons said, while noting, “I also love to run.”

She is also a big reader.

“I really enjoy finding quiet time to pick up the book I have in [progress]. I enjoy reading about the lives of other people, as well as books that help me think about how to live life to its fullest! Right now, I am just finishing up Becoming by Michelle Obama.”

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