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May 28, 2009

Saying farewell to their Beulah High School

A group of 77 young men and women walked the blue and gold halls of Beulah High School one last time as they entered the world as BHS’s newest alumni Sunday afternoon. The gymnasium was packed as friends and family joined in the culmination of the past 13 years of early education with the seniors received their final tribute as Miners.

The graduates were a class unlike the rest who featured boy scouts, athletic and academic standouts, national placers for extra-curriculars such as FFA, FBLA and FCCLA, and state placers and winners for choir, band, speech, journalism and other academic competitions.
With the official motto of "We came as strangers, we stay as friends, we leave with memories, that will never end," the graduating class celebrated their success with fond memories and tears shed with sorrow.

Paige Scherer, Christian Heller and Ben Maliske all graduated with Highest Distinction honors. No one graduated with distinction this year but the graduating class contained nine honor students. Those students were Jessie Battest, Nathan Brehmer, Erica Duewel, Sarah Funkhouser, Jordan Halter, Andrew Just, Stephanie Scheurer, Tyler Schweigert and Jared Seibel.

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