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Valmeyer Holds Parade For VHS Grads

Valmeyer High School celebrated its Class of 2020 graduates Friday night with a parade through town. Adorned in their caps and gowns, the 20 students hopped into their parents’ cars, trucks and Jeep and formed a line between a fire truck and two police cruisers. The parade trained through several new town neighborhoods which were lined with……

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