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Junior Ring Night: By Megan Cleary ’18

Every year Kennedy Catholic celebrates the junior class by having a mass and school ring ceremony. This year’s ceremony was held on Friday, January 20th from 7-8:30 pm. On this day, the students belonging to the class of 2018 put on their dress attire and celebrated being part of the Kennedy Catholic community. Juniors were encouraged to invite their families to this wonderful event with them. During this night, Father Vaillancourt celebrated mass with the entire junior class and their families. After mass, the rings were blessed by Fr. Vaillancourt and distributed to each student. This event is something Kennedy Catholic juniors will truly never forget. Many seniors have even said that the ceremony is a memory they cherish. Class rings represent a multitude of things. It represents the good times, stressful times, sad times, and some of the best times of our lives that were shared with lifelong friends and supportive teachers. This ceremony brings us a step closer to our impending future. Receiving a class ring is an achievement in itself and is something that is hard to forget. These rings are a perfect symbol for each student to remember their time at Kennedy Catholic High School.

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