Cardington ready for graduation, senior night

By Evelyn Long - The Sentinel

Cardington-Lincoln High School will hold its 120th commencement ceremony on May 29 at 1:30 p.m. in the Murphy Gym at the Cardington-Lincoln High School when 62 seniors will receive diplomas Valedictorian is Jacob Long and Salutatorian is Josh Queener. Both will be introduced by faculty member Erik Kyrk.

Other top ten members of the class are Sarah Norris, Michael Queener, Lauren Hall, Jarrod Fair, Camryn Dieter, Samantha Brininger, Nathaniel Leland, and Jacob Foor. Presenting the top ten will be Jennifer Zierden, director of digital learning.

The class will be introduced by Joe Mills, high school principal and diplomas will be presented by Chuck Jones, president of the board of education.

Tri-River Vocation Passports will be presented by Carol Bebout.

The Cardington-Lincoln High School concert band, directed by John Brehm will play processional and recessional music Their special selection will be Amparito Roca by Jaime Texidor.

Senior Night will be observed May 27, also in the Murphy Gym. The program will begin at 7 p.m. Bringing the Baccalaureate message will be Steve Dennis, pastor of St Paul Lutheran Church, Cardington.

Senior class president, Johnny Levings, will emcee the program. He will be introduced by Joe Mills, 7-12 principal. The Senior class choir will present a musical selection and Supt Brian Petrie will announce the scholarship recipients

The Invocation and benediction will be given by Darryl Moody, pastor of the Cardington Church of the Nazarene.

By Evelyn Long

The Sentinel