By DUNCAN WEIGAND
Herald Intern 

Claysburg-Kimmel Graduates To Go Far and Succeed

 

Marielle Nackley

Claysburg-Kimmel graduates hug and congratulate each other as the ceremony ends. As their high school careers end, a new adventure begins.

Claysburg-Kimmel's graduation went off as scheduled on Saturday, June 4, 2022. Claysburg-Kimmel graduated 75 students.

It was a beautiful 70-degree day at Claysburg Community Park, where the event took place. The students, dressed in blue and white robes, sat underneath a gazebo as they watched their classmates and faculty give speeches.

Families gathered around the outskirts. Many brought their own lawn chairs to watch the ceremony comfortably.

"I feel like this class will definitely go a long way in life, succeeding in our own lives," Bailey Garver said. "Look around and marvel at how...



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