Comanche Class of 2019 says so long
Seventy-eight Comanche High School seniors wrapped up 13 years of education with a graduation ceremony last Friday night.
It was a standing-room only crowd in the CHS gym as friends, relatives and well-wishers witnessed the seniors moving on to the next phase of their life.
Madison Leveille gave the welcome to guests in attendance. She reminded her classmates that, “Tonight is bittersweet because most of us will not see each other every day...We may all go our own ways, but we will always have the memories we made. We will always be Comanche Indians.
Seven valedictorians gave speeches with the word “COURAGE” as a theme. Each had a letter in the word to give their speech on.
Hunter Roberts selected the word “Change” for the letter “C.”
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