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I am a newbie to AngularJS

I have a scope variable based on an ng-model in a repeater. When I perform an ng-click the $scope.  has no value.

The repeater

<tr ng-repeat="user in weeklyReportUsers">
...
...
...
      
      <td class="weeklyFirstName">
            <span ng-hide="editedItems[user.FirstName]">{{ user.FirstName }}</span>
            <span ng-show="editedItems[user.FirstName]">
                  <input class="form-control" type="text" ng-model="wklyFirstName" />
            </span>
      </td>
      ..
      ..
    ..
    ..      
The ng-click

<td class="weeklyEdit">
      <a href="#" ng-click="editWeeklyReport($event, user)"><img align="middle" style="width:10px;" src="/images/edit.png"></a>
      <div ng-show="editedItems[user.LastName]">
            <a href="#" ng-click="editWeeklyReportUpdate($event, user, currentListing)">Update</a>
      </div>
</td>      


----------------
Controller.js

$scope.editWeeklyReportUpdate = function ($event, user, currentListing) {

      $event.preventDefault();
      $event.stopPropagation();


      alert("\n FirstName " + $scope.wklyFirstName );   <--- HAS THE VALUE OF

                  user.FirstName  
                  NOT
                  ng-model="wklyFirstName"

Any Thoughts?
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<input class="form-control" type="text" ng-model="user.wklyFirstName" />

and use :

alert("\n FirstName " + user.wklyFirstName );

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