L.V. Rogers prepares for Grad 2016

There are multiple grad events coming up this weekend.

The L.V. Rogers 2016 graduates are getting stoked about their upcoming celebrations. Included in the graduating class this year are (top row L-R) Jakob Sommerville

The L.V. Rogers 2016 graduates are getting stoked about their upcoming celebrations. Included in the graduating class this year are (top row L-R) Jakob Sommerville, Megan Poetsch, Michael Marsland, Hannah Sachs and Tyler Laroche as well as (bottom L-R) Hannah Jordahl and Merissa Dawson.

The weekend starts with a cap and gown ceremony tonight at 305 Hall St. at 6:45 p.m. That will be followed by a Great Gatsby-themed grand march starting at the Nelson & District Community Complex on Saturday at 2 p.m.

The cavalcade will commence shortly after that, and prom will be held at the Prestige Lakeside Resort at 7:30 p.m. It will have a casino theme.

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