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Melody Schmaltz

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Transcript of Melody Schmaltz

Melody Schmaltz
Born on August 9th, 1996 at 9:02 PM in Attleboro, Massachusetts.
Moved to Gainesville, Florida at six months of age.
Became a Girl Scout
As soon as I was six years old, I became a Girl Scout. I now have a lifetime membership to this amazing organization.
First Attended Theatre Camp
Became the HITT Representative
The Hippodrome has a program called HITT; this stands for Hippodrome Improvisational Teen Theatre. HITT is a prevention program that combines theatre techniques with issues teens are exposed to. In 2011, I was chosen to be the peer representative of this program.
Day of Birth!
Moved!
At the age of eight, I went to a month long intensive acting camp at the Hippodrome Theatre, the only professional theatre in North Central Florida. The Hippodrome became my second home as I began participating in its professional productions.
Diagnosed With Gastroparesis
I became chronically ill during my sophomore year of high school. After numerous medical tests, a gastric emptying scan revealed that I have gastroparesis. This literally translates to a paralysis of the stomach.
Began the CIT Program
The Girl Scout camp I attended as a camper, Camp Pisgah, has a counselor-in-training program which lasts for two summers. In 2012, I was a CIT I. After submitting an application, I was accepted as a CIT II for the summer of 2013.
Became Color Guard Captain
At the beginning of band camp for my senior year, I became captain for the Color Guard in my high school's marching band.
Became a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
I was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (commonly known as the Mormon church) on July 28th, 2013.
Graduated High School
May 31st, 2014
First Job!
I worked at Camp Pisgah, the camp I was a CIT at, for the entire summer of 2014.
Started at FAU!
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