Wednesday, May 28, 2014

2014 Carey High School graduates

The 90th annual Carey High School graduation will take place Thursday, May 29 at 7 p.m. in the school gym.
The ceremony will include speeches by valedictorian Arrianna Neilson and salutatorian Lilly Rivera. Guest speaker will be Carey teacher Elizabeth Young.
    Scheduled to walk May 29 are 10 Carey seniors. They have a wide variety of interests and those are reflected in their future plans.
    Tori Alvarez and Jennifer Mares hope to enter the field of criminal justice, and Jennifer has said she wants to protect the U.S. President.
    Ashley Durtschi plans to enter business management. Valerie Olsen also wants to go into business. Luis Garcia is aiming for auto mechanics, and Christian Zarate likes the field of physical therapy.
    Daphne Kirkland hopes to study physical fitness. Gabriela Mares is targeting the field of equine studies.
    Congratulations to all at Carey High School for a successful 2013-14 school year!

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