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Smiles of Success

 

Graduates celebrate with one another and give a final farewell upon completion of the ceremony.

Commencement exercises for the Carter County High School Class of 2019 were held on Saturday. A large crowd of family and friends gathered to wish the one-hundredth CCHS graduating class well. Though a small class with only six students, they were still double the size of the first graduating class of 1919. In addition to being a milestone year, the graduation will be memorable as over five inches of wet, heavy snow covered the ground for much of the day.

Former superintendent Allison Hardin delivered the commencement address. Guidance counselor Cathy Frye and Head Cook Tricia Lovec were re...



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