Photo Essay: A drive to remember |

Photo Essay: A drive to remember

With traditional graduation on hold, the Rifle High School Class of 2020 takes a cruise through town as the students are honored for all of their hard work and accomplishments over the last 12 years.

Ethan Spevere and Ethan Mackley take their positions as they wait for the processional to begin last Saturday. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
Rifle residents and family members cheer on the processional as it makes its way down Railroad Avenue Saturday in Rifle. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
Rifle Class of 2020 graduates line up in front of the high school before the beginning of last Saturdays processional through town. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
A member of the Rifle High Class of 2020 carried a message for those who helped her along the way. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)
Family, friends and community members line Railroad Avenue as the Rifle High School Class of 2020 processional makes its way through town last Saturday. (Kyle Mills / Citizen Telegram)

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