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Market Street Banners To Honor Waterloo And Gibault Graduating Seniors

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Three examples of banners honoring Waterloo and Gibault grads that the City of Waterloo plans to hang along Market Street this May.
Three examples of banners honoring Waterloo and Gibault grads that the City of Waterloo plans to hang along Market Street this May.

The City of Waterloo is working with Waterloo High School and Gibault Catholic High School to display the names of all the 2020 graduating seniors on the street banners along Market Street. “Seniors have been hit especially hard by the coronavirus pandemic – this group of students has missed their final class projects, spring sports, …

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