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Rolling toward a new chapter

Jordan Magaziner Steinfeld
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Ava Shae, Kensey Shine,

GIG ’EM Ava Shae and Kensey Shine will be Aggies in the fall.

Last year, the Memorial High School PTA was looking for a way to safely celebrate the Class of 2020 and decided to host a car parade. The event was such a success that the PTA hosted a parade this year for the Class of 2021. Seniors and drivers met at Memorial Church of Christ across the street from campus. The parade, led by cheerleaders and the Memorial Villages’ fire and police departments, traveled east on Gaylord before turning south and traveling down Piney Point Road, ending at Ecclesia Church. Friends and neighbors lined the streets as seniors rolled by. Everyone cheered, and music blared from speakers in the beds of trucks and from the marching band. Pictured (from left) are new Aggies Ava Shae and Kensey Shine. See "They See Me Rollin’: Memorial High School Senior Car Parade 2021" by Jenna Mazzoccoli for more photos.

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