W-G senior class gathers for breakfast before final first day of school

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Forty-four members of the Woodward-Granger Class of 2017 pose Monday before the first day of their final year of high school. Photo courtesy Brenda Lesch

WOODWARD — What do you remember from the final day of your senior year in high school?

For the Woodward-Granger Class of 2017 those memories, as the years pass, may be highlighted by what they did before the school day even started Monday.

Some 44 members of the senior class gathered for an informal breakfast before posing for a class picture at Hawk Stadium. By all accounts, the event was a popular one and helped start the penultimate prep journey of the 27 young ladies and 17 young men who came together in the early morning to relax, regale and recall before their final first day.

W-G seniors Marcus McConahay (left), Bodie Harrison (middle) and Cameron Hoyt opted to dress alike for their final day as high school students Monday. Photo courtesy Brenda Lesch
W-G seniors Marcus McConahay (left), Bodie Harrison (middle) and Cameron Hoyt opted to dress alike for their final day as high school students Monday. Photo courtesy Brenda Lesch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Woodward-Granger seniors, from left, Nate Devick, Brady Aunspach, Savannah David, Andrew Soelberg, Bree Lesch and Reagan Kaufman attended a Class of 2017 breakfast Monday. Photo courtesy Brenda Lesch
Woodward-Granger seniors, from left, Nate Devick, Brady Aunspach, Savannah David, Andrew Soelberg, Bree Lesch and Reagan Kaufman attended a Class of 2017 breakfast Monday. Photo courtesy Brenda Lesch.
The W-G Class of 2017 ham it up for the camera Monday at Hawk Stadium. Photo courtesy Brenda Lesch
The W-G Class of 2017 ham it up for the camera Monday at Hawk Stadium. Photo courtesy Brenda Lesch

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