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May 24, 2013

Loogootee graduation scheduled for Friday

LOOGOOTEE — Loogootee Junior/Senior High School will hold its 2013 graduation exercises at 7 p.m. today.

Following the processional, opening remarks will be given by Morgan Walker, Student Council representative. The national anthem will then be sung by the high school chorus followed by two musical selections. Walker will then introduce the class speakers who have chosen the word “pasts” from their motto.

Salutatorian Waylon Matthews will address the graduates, followed by Rachel Walls, class secretary, Alyssa George, class treasurer, Jesse Horney, class president, and Valedictorian and Class Vice President Curtis Slaubaugh.

Superintendent Larry Weitkamp and Principal John P. Mullen will present the diplomas.

The class flower is the dahlia and they have chosen as their motto “Our lives are before us. Our pasts are behind us. But our memories are forever with us.”

The Class of 2013 includes Megan Marie Ader, Michael James Ader, David Benjamin Allen, Blake Christopher Anderson, Grant Michael Arvin, Tyler Gene Booker, Trevor Lee Bridgewater, Ashley Marie Bullock, Casey Allen Burgess, Evan T. Chestnut, Joseph Michael Chrisman, Sarah Elizabeth Clifton, Kenneth Dwight Crane, Jared David Crooks, Brendan Drew Davis, Zachery Joe Dove, Joshua P. Duzan, Hannah Ruth Prince Fleace, Samantha Rene Fraley, Alexander Cole Frye, Alyssa Breann George, Trevor Wayne Goldsberry, Cameron Joseph Hedrick, Roger Elliga Hess, Jesse Lee Horney, Brandon Dean Hough, Catherine Jade Hunt, Dakota Scott Hurt, Brandon Michael Ivey, Aaron L. Johnson, Nicole Kristine Jones, Mandy Blaire Koontz, Alexander Matthew Leonhard, Benjamin Patrick Lindsey, Desiree Jo Matheis, Waylon James Matthews, Michael Tyler Miller, Chelsea B. Milligan, Trisha Raylynn Moore, Colin James Nelson, Dakota Chase Neukam, William Brent, Megan Renae Padgett, Kylie Sue Raney, Gabrielle Annette Ritchey, Matthew Lee Ritchie, Paige Marie Schaefer, Stephen Lee Seals, Miranda Brook Searl, Dana Jo Sibrel, Curtis Ryan Slaubaugh, Ian Tyler Smith, Tyler James Spears, Kayla Dawn Sturgeon, Miranda Nicole Taylor, Randall James Taylor, Ryan Michael Vaupel, Kenneth David Waggoner, Michael Christopher Waggoner, Cameron Keith Wagler, Catherine Emily Wagler, Remington Elizabeth Wagler, Zachary Michael Wagler, Morgan Ann Walker, Rachel Marie Walls, Kassandra Gabrielle Watkins, Wesley T. Whitman and Conner Lee Wittmer.

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