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Congratulations 2017 graduates

Congratulations to the 2017 graduating class. To view your class page and tributes, click here.

 

Graduation 2017

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By Julian Coker
“Is everyone in the right spot?” was the response as 23 seniors lined up outside the Trego Community High School new gym to embark upon their final journey together on May 14. “Pomp and Circumstance” rang out, they marched to their seats, and the 2017 graduation began.

Lexus Haxton welcomed the graduates, their families, and the crowd. Next, tearful hugs were exchanged between graduates and their parents when the graduates presented them with roses as “You’re Gonna Miss This” by Trace Adkins played over the speakers.

Once graduates returned to their seats, commencement speaker Jerermy Samson was introduced by Kacie Dunn. Samson paraphrased Tom Brands and spoke about life, suggestions, and happiness. He reminded the class to appreciate the last moment that they would all spend together and to remember, “Nothing good happens past midnight.”

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Kacie Dunn and Kylie Bleskie made a senior slide show featuring each graduate. This slide show, filled with photos and memories. Then, the senior choir members gave a moving performance of “Forever Young” by Rod Stewart.

Following the choir, Carl Mohler read each senior’s name, and the seniors were presented with their diplomas by board members Dale Pfannenstiel and Libby Ziegler.

The class then celebrated their accomplishment with poppers and silly string as they proceeded to the front of the high school for a receiving line.  

 

 

 

Evening of Excellence

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By Cambrie Kemp
Graduates, family, and friends gathered in the auditorium on May 10 for the annual Evening of Excellence.

Before the start of the awards ceremony, people were invited to walk through the library, the old gym, and the commons area to view the students’ FACS projects, woods projects, and art work.

Lori Dietz, the art teacher, allowed any of her students to display a project of their choice. FACS teacher, Karen Cook let her sewing class present their projects. Carl Mohler, the woods teacher, allowed his students to display any of their woods projects, ranging from shelves to tables, and even cutting boards.

At the awards ceremony, seniors took their place at the front of the auditorium as guests of honor. Winners of local scholarships and awards were announced. View recipients here.

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Following the awards ceremony, the TCHS choir performed. The Girls Ensemble sung “Angels Among Us,”

and the Trego Singers performed “Hallelujah.” After that, the choir sang “May the Music Never End,” “A Lot of Livin’ to Do,” “You Raise Me Up,” and a medley from the musical Newsies, including the songs “Carrying the Banner,” “Santa Fe,” “King of New York,” “Something to Believe In,” and “Seize the Day.” The concert ended with the song “I Love a Piano,” featuring pianists Libby Frost and Sybil Giefer.

The concert was dedicated to the 2017 seniors, Tanner Lowry, Alex Haxton, Lexus Haxton, Bryn Hafliger, Josie Moliter, Kacie Dunn, Kassidy Chase, Sean Conness, Cheyenne Nickelson, and Alyssa Hafliger.

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