MHS Seniors Say Final Farewell

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Milford High School seniors held their traditional senior cruise and senior picnic Friday, May 18 in celebration of their twelve years of hard work and dedication. The seniors said their last hooray and goodbye to classmates, teachers and the school that has become their home over the past four years.

The seniors decorated their vehicles and made a lap around downtown Milford to celebrate the end of their secondary education and the beginning of something new. The cruise ended at the Sunnybrae Mansion next to the High School where the senior picnic was held.

The picnic was full of great food, music, photo booths and of course the seniors having a chance to have fun with their fellow classmates and teachers.  The last step for the seniors will be graduation which will be held on Thursday, May 24 at 6pm at the Milford High School Briggs Stadium.

 

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