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Graduation 2014: Keswick Christian School

Kelsey Brissenden, center, gets help with a spot of lipstick on her teeth from Taylor Ruzicka, left, before Keswick Christian School’s graduation at Starkey Road Baptist Church on Friday.

JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times

Kelsey Brissenden, center, gets help with a spot of lipstick on her teeth from Taylor Ruzicka, left, before Keswick Christian School’s graduation at Starkey Road Baptist Church on Friday.

Keswick Christian School

NUMBER OF GRADUATES: 23

VALEDICTORIAN: Alyssa Marie Zurla

SALUTATORIAN: Taylor Marie Loughhead

SPEAKERS: Glen J. Caneel (invocation), Loughhead, Zurla, fine arts director Chanda Mangiaracina

SENTIMENTAL TWIST: Mangiaracina read the "Presentation of the Class," a traditional recounting of memories from students and their teachers throughout their years together at Keswick.

SPECIAL MOMENT: Keswick's kindergarten students walked into the ceremony in caps and gowns and later sang Beautiful Things, by Michael and Lisa Gungor, with their "Crusader Buddies," the graduating seniors.

A FIRST: The ceremony was carried via live stream for friends and relatives who could not attend.

CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENT: Together, the seniors performed 3,200 hours of community service.

Graduation 2014: Keswick Christian School 05/30/14 [Last modified: Friday, May 30, 2014 10:51pm]
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