By Walter Geiger
Valedictorian Ben Seleb and salutatorian Elizabeth Ctibor will lead the Lamar County High School Class of 2016 through graduation exercises Saturday morning at Trojan Field.
Approximately 170 seniors will receive diplomas during the ceremony that begins at 9 a.m. In addition to Seleb and Ctibor, other students, board members, central office and high school staff and superintendent Dr. Jute Wilson will take part in the ceremony.
So far, the forecast for Saturday is perfect but Dr. Wilson and his staff are watching the weather for Saturday morning. Inclement weather would require moving graduation to the Fine Arts Center and limiting each senior to three or four tickets.
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Valedictorian Ben Seleb and Salutatorian Lizzie Ctibor will address their classmates at LCHS graduation ceremonies Saturday morning at 9 a.m. at Trojan Field.
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