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MAUSD class of ’23 overcame challenges — together

LIKE YOUNG PEOPLE everywhere, these two Mount Abe seniors made their voices heard via decorations on their graduation caps. One tells the world her next step after graduation, the other laments the loss of a friend. Photo by Buzz Kuhns

Mount Abraham Union High School sent 105 newly minted graduates out into the world on Saturday, armed with advice from a peer and an educator with whom they’d shared four years of academia, camaraderie and myriad challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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