[Column] Recognizing graduation parades throughout Lebanon County

3 min read419 views and 48 shares Posted July 10, 2020

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This past school year came to an end a little differently than in the past, and it was hard for students, especially the seniors, who couldn’t have a regular graduation ceremony, baccalaureate service, or prom.

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Some school districts in the county decided to honor the Class of 2020 by hosting graduation parades for the seniors. It was great way for the seniors to show off their accomplishments.

The first graduation parades were held on June 6, 2020 for the Annville-Cleona Seniors and the Northern Lebanon seniors. Then on June 17, 2020 Palmyra Area High School held its graduation parade for their seniors.

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The students who were involved with the parades had a lot of fun! Thank you to the school districts, parents of the students, and the police and fire companies who were involved in making the parades a success!

Congratulations, Class of 2020! And best of luck in your future endeavors!

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More photos of the parades

Darrel Moyer is a local train and aviation enthusiast based in Cleona known for carrying on Frank Weihrauch Jr.’s Christmas lights tradition through his own eye-catching displays. See some pictures of the display he setup for graduation below.

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