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Graduation Celebration: MAHS honors Class of 2020 with parade

Students from Marquette Alternative High School take part in a special parade on Wednesday to commemorate their non-traditional graduation considering the COVID-19 situation. The parade began at the YMCA of Marquette County and wound through town to the high school. Principal Andrew Crunkleton spoke to the graduates, noting the difficult times they have face. “You are some of the strongest people I have ever known,” he said. (Journal photos by Christie Mastric)
Students from Marquette Alternative High School take part in a special parade on Wednesday to commemorate their non-traditional graduation considering the COVID-19 situation. The parade began at the YMCA of Marquette County and wound through town to the high school. Principal Andrew Crunkleton spoke to the graduates, noting the difficult times they have face. “You are some of the strongest people I have ever known,” he said. (Journal photos by Christie Mastric)
Students from Marquette Alternative High School take part in a special parade on Wednesday to commemorate their non-traditional graduation considering the COVID-19 situation. The parade began at the YMCA of Marquette County and wound through town to the high school. Principal Andrew Crunkleton spoke to the graduates, noting the difficult times they have face. “You are some of the strongest people I have ever known,” he said. (Journal photo by Christie Mastric)
Students from Marquette Alternative High School take part in a special parade on Wednesday to commemorate their non-traditional graduation considering the COVID-19 situation. The parade began at the YMCA of Marquette County and wound through town to the high school. Principal Andrew Crunkleton spoke to the graduates, noting the difficult times they have face. “You are some of the strongest people I have ever known,” he said. (Journal photos by Christie Mastric)
Students from Marquette Alternative High School take part in a special parade on Wednesday to commemorate their non-traditional graduation considering the COVID-19 situation. The parade began at the YMCA of Marquette County and wound through town to the high school. Principal Andrew Crunkleton spoke to the graduates, noting the difficult times they have face. “You are some of the strongest people I have ever known,” he said. (Journal photos by Christie Mastric)

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