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Leechburg Area says farewell to Class of 2019

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Mary Ann Thomas | Tribune-Review
Leechburg Area High School Class of 2019.
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Mary Ann Thomas | Tribune-Review
Leechburg Area High School Class of 2019. Leechburg Area High School Class of 2019.

Here is the Leechburg Area High School Class of 2019:

Alyssa Maria Avalos, Samantha Faith Bigenho, Jaden Janay Black, Emilie Elizabeth Boehm, Mallory Elizabeth Busch, Keara Delaney Carnahan, Marcedez Alana Cleveland, Julia Mae Cominos, Caleb Harrison Covey, Zachary John Cravener.

Michaela Rose Curfman, Tanner William Dudek, Joshua William Durick, Mariah Jane Galbreth, Hayden Anthony Goughenour-Hughes, Claudia Cate Henry, Kathryn Nicole Jeffrey, Keira Renee Jones, Bret Hart Kardos, Joshua Allen Klingensmith.

Kristen Rose Knapp, Evan James Knepshield, Mario Alexander Leonard, Tyler James Marangoni, Jacob Dallas Mazak, John Charles Miskinis, Seith Paul Negrich, Julia Olshansky, Alexis Jade Price, Jenna Reneé Rady.

Kaitlynn Marie Reid, Zoey Lynn Rosenberger, Destiny Quinn Senjan, Nathan William Thomas Shinko, Aubry Rose Skeel, Samantha Kay Smith, John Matthew Sorisio, Bevanny Marie Stearman, Jared Wesley Stull, Nico Allen Venanzio.

Dustin Wesley Waldenville, Marcus Carl Wardle, Chlorissa Louise Womer, Katarina Marie Yurjevich, Brook Lynn Zarbaugh, Karalyn Marie Zeff, Rachel Anne Zeigler, Nevaeh Rayne Zoldak.

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