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CHS graduates nearly 65 students

They entered as students, and left as alumni.

 

Campbellsville High School Class of 2017 graduated on Saturday, May 20, in front of family, friends, teachers and administrators.

 

Nearly 65 students received diplomas to mark the end of their high school careers.

 

This year’s salutatorian is Laura Lamb. Valedictorians are Blair Lamb and Murphy Lamb.

 

CHS Principal Kirby Smith thanked the class for being lots of fun – but also challenging.

 

“Seniors, I am not sure if words will do justice when I say ‘thank you,’ but thank you for being a fun, challenging, witty, free spirited, compassionate, and, most of all, a competitive class. No matter if it was the ACT or the furniture game, you wanted to win.”

 

The Class of 2017 accepted and embraced the role of being the class that academically changed the course at CHS, Smith said.

 

A few of the class’s accomplishments, he said, are, based on test scores, being named a distinguished high school and School of Distinction and being ranked the 19th high school in Kentucky.

 

Also notable accomplishments, Smith said, are improving ACT scores, increasing the number of AP classes taken, more students meeting benchmark on the ACT, completing industry certifications and much more.

 

“Class of 2017, you did all this and much more and all along the way, you seemed to be having fun,” Smith said.

 

“So, what can I say to you today as your principal that you haven’t already heard? Don’t give in, when you fail try again, life is hard, or how about this one, the real world starts now.”

 

Smith left the Class of 2017 with 10 pieces of advice for students to consider when embarking on their new journeys.

 

First, money will never solve problems, he said. It can buy a nice car, house and clothes, but won’t fix broken relationships or loneliness.

 

Second, Smith told graduates to slow down.

 

“Enjoy life,” he said. “Don’t rush into things, and take time to weigh out your options before you make a decision.”

 

Third, don’t try to please everyone, Smith said.

 

“Someone once said, ‘I don’t know the secret to success, but the secret to failure is trying to please everyone.’ Everyone wants to be liked and respected, but not at the expense of your integrity and happiness.”

 

Fourth, health is very important, Smith said, and students shouldn’t take it for granted.

 

Fifth, learn now that you don’t always get what you want and everything isn’t always about you.

 

“No matter how much you plan and prepare, sometimes things just don’t work out, and that is OK,” he said.

 

Sixth, it’s OK to say “I don’t know,” he said.

 

Seventh, love is not a feeling, it’s a choice, Smith said.

 

“Relationships are hard and require work. Always forgive, respect and be kind,” he said.

 

Eighth, Smith told graduates to keep it all in perspective.

 

“The things you are dealing with right now will not matter at all 20 years from now, therefore, if it is not life threatening, move on.”

 

Ninth, he said, don’t be afraid to say “thank you,” “yes sir,” “yes mam,” “I’m sorry” and “I love you.”

 

And last, Smith said, don’t take anything for granted.

 

“Too often in life, we have to lose something before we appreciate what we had. Nothing in life is guaranteed to be there tomorrow, including those you love. So make sure the ones you love know you love them.”

 

Smith said he has enjoyed seeing the seniors grow and develop into young men and women.

 

“And I look forward to seeing the many wonderful things you will accomplish in the coming years,” Smith said. “Seniors, may your successes be many and your failures be few. This is a very special and meaningful day for each of you. God bless and good luck.”

 

In her salutatory address, Laura Lamb discussed how she and her classmates used to play bingo in elementary school for a top prize – candy.

 

She said she won the bingo game some days, but some days she didn’t.

 

“As a graduating senior looking back on how much importance I placed on this inconsequential game got me thinking about my real motive for hoping to win,” Laura said. “I literally just hoped to win a Jolly Rancher to get me through the day.”

 

She said she had money saved she could use to buy a piece of candy, but remembers just hoping she might be given some instead.

 

“Although I can’t tell a younger version of myself to stop depending on hope and go buy a bag of candy, I can tell you.

 

“Through my reflections as an individual who has gone through elementary, middle and high school,” she said, “I realized how much control I have had over situations in my life that I just pushed away and reduced to having bad luck.”

 

Laura told her classmates that hope by itself has no real substance.

 

“But hope paired with compassion, with your faith, with a good work ethic, with cooperation, hope paired with action – now that will get you somewhere.”

 

Laura said she and her classmates have all grown and matured over the years and she thanks those who helped transform the group into thriving young adults ready to take on the world.

 

“Class of 2017, I don’t hope that you all will do great things with your lives. I know you will, and I genuinely wish you all the best.”

 

Throughout her time at Campbellsville Independent Schools, Blair Lamb said in her valedictory address, she learned to tie her shoes, make a baking soda volcano and how to complete schoolwork on four hours of sleep.

 

“One of the most important things I’ve learned, however, is how to be brave,” she said. “The faculty and administrators here at Campbellsville Independent Schools constantly push their students to step outside their comfort zone and try something new.

 

“I have failed at being brave, as I quit the powderpuff football team before attending a single practice, but I have also been courageous, as have many of you.”

 

Blair told her classmates about Tori Murden McClure, who rowed a boat across the Atlantic Ocean and skied to the South Pole.

 

She said she met McClure last summer, and believes she is courageous.

 

“After enduring a failed attempt, a broken arm, Hurricane Danielle and a grand total of 166 days along at sea, she finally finished her journey,” Blair said.

 

She said she hopes the story inspires her classmates to take risks.

 

“If you’re typically shy, speak up. If you usually dominate conversations, step back and listen.

 

“Play a sport, play an instrument, join a club. However you choose to step outside of your comfort zone, do it boldly.

 

“Exciting opportunities don’t come to those who maintain the same routine day in and day out. As Amy Pohler said, ‘You never know what is around the corner … take your risks now.’”

 

Blair said there are countless opportunities in reach for everyone, if we boldly step toward them.

 

“Just like Tori Murden McClure said, ‘You have to chase your dreams, no matter what. The impossible just takes a little longer. One stroke at a time, one step at a time, the impossible is easy to achieve.’

 

“Because we have been guided by our families, friends, mentors and Eagle family, we all have the power to be successful and achieve the impossible, wherever life may take us,” Blair said.

 

“These last four years have been fantastic, filled with both laughter and tears, but the best is yet to come. Fellow graduates, as we begin the next chapter of our lives, I urge you, dare mighty things. Be curious, take risks and dare to be different. Who knows, you may even end up rowing a boat across the Atlantic Ocean.”

 

It’s been a long time coming, Murphy Lamb said in his valedictory address, but it’s finally time to graduate.

 

“All of our experiences thus far have led to this day, marking a transition into a new season of life. As we being this new journey, it is important to treasure the memories we have made in these past four years.”

 

When looking back on the high school experience, Murphy said, he and his classmates won’t remember the awards they received, but the fun times they had together, the jokes they shared and the friendships they made.

 

“These are the memories that truly matter. Memories of successes, failures, friends, family, relationships – they shape who we are.”

 

Murphy quoted astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson who said knowing that we lead a finite life creates urgency to value your time.

 

“The knowledge that we don’t live forever creates a focus, a drive within us that pushes us to be productive and accomplish as much as we can in the time we’ve been given,” he said. “Only those who have this focus can truly change the world.”

 

Murphy urged his classmates to not become overwhelmed by worrying about what they can’t control.

 

“If you do everything you can now, in the moment, to prepare yourself, your future will fall into place,” he said. “And just as you shouldn’t let the fear of the future hinder your progress, don’t become tied down by the mistakes of your past – for it is only through mistakes that we can grow and improve.”

 

Murphy encouraged his classmates to leave high school feeling prepared to change the world.

 

And, should his classmates begin to lose sight of their purpose, they should seek the Lord’s guidance.

 

“To the parents and teachers who have helped get us to this point, I cannot thank you enough for all you have done to prepare us to go out and seize the day. Class of 2017, congratulations on all you’ve accomplished, and good luck in your future endeavors. I sincerely thank you for making the last four years the best of my life thus far.”

 

After students were awarded their diplomas, Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton said the day is truly a special one.

 

“It’s the end of one phase of your life and should be celebrated,” he said. “Now, the next phase of your journey begins.”

 

Deaton said students have the tools they need to succeed – and they should use them.

 

“Just remember that many, many people believed in you and have invested so much in helping you succeed. Take advantage of it all.”

 

Deaton said awards and titles will fade in significance.

 

“What matters now will be the work you put into your life,” he said. “Never be satisfied with your achievements, be prepared to become an overachiever. Don’t be lazy and allow underachievement and failure to become excuses to slow down.”

 

Deaton asked the Class of 2017 to stand, and then asked all CHS alumni to stand.

 

“Seniors, you are now entering that special group, CHS alumni. At this time, I want to congratulate you. And, for the final time, I have the honor and privilege to present you for the first time as graduates of Campbellsville High School.”

 

Deaton then declared the class as graduates of CHS, and they moved their tassels to signify they are now graduates.

 

CHS band members played the processional and recessional.

 

Logan Brown led the invocation and Stone Williams led the benediction.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Chair Pat Hall, Vice Chair Angie Johnson and members Barkley Taylor, Mitch Overstreet and Suzanne Wilson presented diplomas to graduates.

 

Class of 2017 class officers are as follows:

 

President – Zack Settle.

 

Vice president – Caylie Blair.

 

Secretary – Blair Lamb.

 

Treasurer – Vera Brown.

 

Historian – Ricky Smith-Cecil.

 

Senior sponsors are CHS Media Specialist Valerie Davis and Guidance Counselor Richard Dooley.

 

This year’s class flower is the purple hydrangea.

 

Class song is “I Was Here” by Beyoncé.

 

Class colors are purple and gold.

 

And the class motto is “You is kind. You is smart. You is important” from the movie “The Help.”

 

CHS Class of 2017 poses for a final group photo together.

CHS Class of 2017 poses for a final group photo together.

 

CHS senior Kyrsten Hill adjusts her honor cords before graduation.

CHS senior Kyrsten Hill adjusts her honor cords before graduation.

 

CHS senior Jaleel Cowan helps classmate Gabriel Clark with his cap.

CHS senior Jaleel Cowan helps classmate Gabriel Clark with his cap.

 

CHS senior Jaleel Cowan helps classmate Laura May Gutierrez with her cap.

CHS senior Jaleel Cowan helps classmate Laura May Gutierrez with her cap.

 

CHS seniors Donnie Osinger, at left, and Zack Bottoms talk before graduation.

CHS seniors Donnie Osinger, at left, and Zack Bottoms talk before graduation.

 

CHS senior Jonathan Rakes zips his gown before graduation.

CHS senior Jonathan Rakes zips his gown before graduation.

 

CHS senior Caylie Blair helps classmate Mallory Haley with her honor cords before graduation.

CHS senior Caylie Blair helps classmate Mallory Haley with her honor cords before graduation.

 

CHS senior Kailey Morris helps classmate Robert Tungate adjust his gown before graduation.

CHS senior Kailey Morris helps classmate Robert Tungate adjust his gown before graduation.

 

From left, CHS seniors Michael Porter, Cassie Pendleton and Shelby Page talk before graduation.

From left, CHS seniors Michael Porter, Cassie Pendleton and Shelby Page talk before graduation.

 

CHS senior Jordan Pratt adjusts his sash before graduation.

CHS senior Jordan Pratt adjusts his sash before graduation.

 

CHS senior Logan Brown helps classmate Brenna Wethington adjust her sash before graduation.

CHS senior Logan Brown helps classmate Brenna Wethington adjust her sash before graduation.

 

CHS senior Madison Lewis makes sure her sash is straight before graduation.

CHS senior Madison Lewis makes sure her sash is straight before graduation.

 

Many CHS seniors decorated their caps, like this one decorated by Kayla Atkinson.

Many CHS seniors decorated their caps, like this one decorated by Kayla Atkinson.

 

From left, CHS seniors Jaleel Cowan, Mallory Haley and Zack Settle share a laugh before graduation.

From left, CHS seniors Jaleel Cowan, Mallory Haley and Zack Settle share a laugh before graduation.

 

CHS seniors Blair Lamb, at left, and Jared Brewster get ready to graduate.

CHS seniors Blair Lamb, at left, and Jared Brewster get ready to graduate.

 

CHS senior Caroline McMahan, at right, helps classmate Blair Lamb straighten her honor cords before graduation.

CHS senior Caroline McMahan, at right, helps classmate Blair Lamb straighten her honor cords before graduation.

 

CHS seniors Latron Lasley, at left, and Blake Underwood pose for a photo before graduation.

CHS seniors Latron Lasley, at left, and Blake Underwood pose for a photo before graduation.

 

CHS seniors Noah Wagers, at left, and Jon Tanner Coppage walk the hallways before graduation.

CHS seniors Noah Wagers, at left, and Jon Tanner Coppage walk the hallways before graduation.

 

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

 

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

 

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

 

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

 

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

CHS seniors assemble for a group photo before graduation.

 

CHS seniors walk down the hallway to graduate.

CHS seniors walk down the hallway to graduate.

 

CHS senior Darius Bell, at left, waives to his family as he and classmate Chase Atwood wait for the graduation ceremony to begin.

CHS senior Darius Bell, at left, waives to his family as he and classmate Chase Atwood wait for the graduation ceremony to begin.

 

CHS Guidance Counselor Richard Dooley waits with the Class of 2017 for their graduation ceremony to begin.

CHS Guidance Counselor Richard Dooley waits with the Class of 2017 for their graduation ceremony to begin.

 

From left, CHS seniors Murphy Lamb, Laura Lamb and Blair Lamb smile before graduation.

From left, CHS seniors Murphy Lamb, Laura Lamb and Blair Lamb smile before graduation.

 

CHS senior Chase Atwood walks to his seat.

CHS senior Chase Atwood walks to his seat.

 

CHS senior Caylie Blair walks to her seat.

CHS senior Caylie Blair walks to her seat.

 

CHS senior Logan Brown walks to his seat.

CHS senior Logan Brown walks to his seat.

 

CHS senior Phoenix Burchett walks to his seat.

CHS senior Phoenix Burchett walks to his seat.

 

CHS senior Latron Lasley walks to his seat.

CHS senior Latron Lasley walks to his seat.

 

CHS senior Caroline McMahan walks to her seat.

CHS senior Caroline McMahan walks to her seat.

 

CHS senior Donnie Osinger walks to his seat.

CHS senior Donnie Osinger walks to his seat.

 

CHS senior Deovion Owens walks to her seat.

CHS senior Deovion Owens walks to her seat.

 

CHS senior Jordan Pratt walks to his seat.

CHS senior Jordan Pratt walks to his seat.

 

From left, CHS seniors Laura Lamb, Blair Lamb and Murphy Lamb stand with Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton as they prepare to speak to their classmates.

From left, CHS seniors Laura Lamb, Blair Lamb and Murphy Lamb stand with Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton as they prepare to speak to their classmates.

 

CHS senior Logan Brown delivers the invocation.

CHS senior Logan Brown delivers the invocation.

 

CHS seniors pray.

CHS seniors pray.

 

CHS seniors Jared Brewster, at left, and Logan Brown listen as Principal Kirby Smith speaks to them.

CHS seniors Jared Brewster, at left, and Logan Brown listen as Principal Kirby Smith speaks to them.

 

CHS seniors Jaleel Cowan, at left, and Kayla Atkinson perform “I Was Here” By Lady Antebellum with the CHS choir.

CHS seniors Jaleel Cowan, at left, and Kayla Atkinson perform “I Was Here” By Lady Antebellum with the CHS choir.

 

CHS seniors Kayla Atkinson, at left, and Blair Lamb perform “I Was Here” By Lady Antebellum with the CHS choir.

CHS seniors Kayla Atkinson, at left, and Blair Lamb perform “I Was Here” By Lady Antebellum with the CHS choir.

 

CHS senior Zack Settle listens as Principal Kirby Smith speaks to his class.

CHS senior Zack Settle listens as Principal Kirby Smith speaks to his class.

 

CHS senior Jonathan Rakes listens as Principal Kirby Smith speaks to his class.

CHS senior Jonathan Rakes listens as Principal Kirby Smith speaks to his class.

 

CHS Principal Kirby Smith speaks to the Class of 2017.

CHS Principal Kirby Smith speaks to the Class of 2017.

 

CHS senior Jon Tanner Coppage listens as Principal Kirby Smith addresses his class.

CHS senior Jon Tanner Coppage listens as Principal Kirby Smith addresses his class.

 

CHS senior Laura Lamb delivers her salutatory address.

CHS senior Laura Lamb delivers her salutatory address.

 

CHS senior Vera Brown listens to Laura Lamb’s salutatory address.

CHS senior Vera Brown listens to Laura Lamb’s salutatory address.

 

CHS senior Blair Lamb delivers her valedictory address.

CHS senior Blair Lamb delivers her valedictory address.

 

CHS seniors Zack Bottoms, at left, and Jared Brewster listen as valedictorian Blair Lamb speaks.

CHS seniors Zack Bottoms, at left, and Jared Brewster listen as valedictorian Blair Lamb speaks.

 

CHS senior Murphy Lamb delivers his valedictory address.

CHS senior Murphy Lamb delivers his valedictory address.

 

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton talks to the Class of 2017.

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton talks to the Class of 2017.

 

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Zack Bottoms.

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Zack Bottoms.

 

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton poses for a photo with Jared Brewster.

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton poses for a photo with Jared Brewster.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Chair Pat Hall poses for a photo with Logan Brown.

Campbellsville Board of Education Chair Pat Hall poses for a photo with Logan Brown.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Vice Chair Angie Johnson congratulates Jon Tanner Coppage.

Campbellsville Board of Education Vice Chair Angie Johnson congratulates Jon Tanner Coppage.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Vice Chair Angie Johnson congratulates Micah Corley.

Campbellsville Board of Education Vice Chair Angie Johnson congratulates Micah Corley.

 

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Jaleel Cowan.

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Jaleel Cowan.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Vice Chair Angie Johnson congratulations Sidney Grady.

Campbellsville Board of Education Vice Chair Angie Johnson congratulations Sidney Grady.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Vice Chair Angie Johnson congratulations Arick Groves.

Campbellsville Board of Education Vice Chair Angie Johnson congratulations Arick Groves.

 

CHS senior Mallory Haley waits as her accomplishments are read.

CHS senior Mallory Haley waits as her accomplishments are read.

 

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Iori Hashimoto.

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Iori Hashimoto.

 

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Shauna Jones.

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Shauna Jones.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Mitch Overstreet poses for a photo with Murphy Lamb.

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Mitch Overstreet poses for a photo with Murphy Lamb.

 

CHS Principal Kirby Smith congratulations Caroline McMahan.

CHS Principal Kirby Smith congratulations Caroline McMahan.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Barkley Taylor poses for a photo with Zack Settle.

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Barkley Taylor poses for a photo with Zack Settle.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Barkley Taylor congratulates Latavia Shively.

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Barkley Taylor congratulates Latavia Shively.

 

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Daniel Silva.

Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton congratulates Daniel Silva.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Barkley Taylor poses for a photo with Ricky Smith-Cecil.

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Barkley Taylor poses for a photo with Ricky Smith-Cecil.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Suzanne Wilson smiles for a photo with Tiffany Stagner.

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Suzanne Wilson smiles for a photo with Tiffany Stagner.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Suzanne Wilson congratulates Robert Tungate.

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Suzanne Wilson congratulates Robert Tungate.

 

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Suzanne Wilson poses for a photo with Brenna Wethington.

Campbellsville Board of Education Member Suzanne Wilson poses for a photo with Brenna Wethington.

 

CHS seniors listen as Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton addresses them.

CHS seniors listen as Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton addresses them.

 

CHS seniors, from left, Vera Brown, Aubrey Hunt and Phoenix Burchett move their tassels as they official graduate.

CHS seniors, from left, Vera Brown, Aubrey Hunt and Phoenix Burchett move their tassels as they official graduate.

 

CHS graduates pose for a photo after graduation. In front is Ricky Smith-Cecil. Second row, from left, Mallory Haley, Caylie Blair, Laura Lamb, Brenna Wethington, Blair Lamb and Caroline McMahan. Back, Daniel Silva, Logan Brown, Murphy Lamb, Zack Settle and Jared Brewster.

CHS graduates pose for a photo after graduation. In front is Ricky Smith-Cecil. Second row, from left, Mallory Haley, Caylie Blair, Laura Lamb, Brenna Wethington, Blair Lamb and Caroline McMahan. Back, Daniel Silva, Logan Brown, Murphy Lamb, Zack Settle and Jared Brewster.

 

CHS graduate Ricky Smith-Cecil hugs his mother, Cha-Cha Coleman.

CHS graduate Ricky Smith-Cecil hugs his mother, Cha-Cha Coleman.

 

CHS teacher Susan Dabney poses for a photo with graduates, from left, Caroline McMahan, Laura Lamb, Blair Lamb and Caylie Blair.

CHS teacher Susan Dabney poses for a photo with graduates, from left, Caroline McMahan, Laura Lamb, Blair Lamb and Caylie Blair.

 

From left, CHS graduates Stone Williams, Zack Bottoms and Jordan Pratt pose for a photo together.

From left, CHS graduates Stone Williams, Zack Bottoms and Jordan Pratt pose for a photo together.

 

CHS art teacher Jo Ann Harris poses for a photo with two of her students who graduated, Kyrsten Hill, at left, and Tiffany Stagner.

CHS art teacher Jo Ann Harris poses for a photo with two of her students who graduated, Kyrsten Hill, at left, and Tiffany Stagner.

 

CHS graduate Zack Bottoms poses for a photo with his grandparents, Jan and Eveleen Burkhead, and his mother, Kecia Bottoms.

CHS graduate Zack Bottoms poses for a photo with his grandparents, Jan and Eveleen Burkhead, and his mother, Kecia Bottoms.

 

CHS graduate Logan Brown poses for a photo with his sister, Autumn Brown, a seventh-grader at Campbellsville Middle School.

CHS graduate Logan Brown poses for a photo with his sister, Autumn Brown, a seventh-grader at Campbellsville Middle School.

 

CHS graduate Brenna Wethington poses for a photo with her mother, Shelia.

CHS graduate Brenna Wethington poses for a photo with her mother, Shelia.

 

CHS graduate Mallory Haley poses for a photo with her parents, Patty and Dr. Arthur Haley.

CHS graduate Mallory Haley poses for a photo with her parents, Patty and Dr. Arthur Haley.

 

CHS graduate Daniel Silva poses for a photo with his parents, Dewayne and Dr. Carla Golightly, and his brother, David, a freshman at CHS.

CHS graduate Daniel Silva poses for a photo with his parents, Dewayne and Dr. Carla Golightly, and his brother, David, a freshman at CHS.

 

CHS graduate Kyrsten Hill receives her diploma from teacher Dale Estes.

CHS graduate Kyrsten Hill receives her diploma from teacher Dale Estes.

 

CHS graduate Mallory Haley poses for a photo with her diploma as teacher Tammy Wilson talks with graduate Blair Lamb.

CHS graduate Mallory Haley poses for a photo with her diploma as teacher Tammy Wilson talks with graduate Blair Lamb.

 

CHS teacher Tammy Wilson helps graduate Brenna Wethington with her diploma

CHS teacher Tammy Wilson helps graduate Brenna Wethington with her diploma

 

CHS graduate Logan Brown receives his diploma from his football coach Dale Estes.

CHS graduate Logan Brown receives his diploma from his football coach Dale Estes.





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