Rachel Hurley completes her Salutatory speech at graduation then runs off stage to join fellow graduates Carter Hunt and Evan Coyne as they head off to the New England Track and Field Championships in Maine.
The photos below are of seniors I have photographed over the last four years mostly in sports but in other activities.
I am particularly going to miss this guy, Max Richards
“I want my rhubarb!”
Bennington, New Hampshire held its 7th Annual Rhubarb Festival on Saturday. There were pies baked for buying, eating, and competing. Crafts vendors of every sort. T-shirts printed to order by Blueberry Hill Design. A corn box to play in. Wine to taste. Animals to pet. Books to buy by the bag-full. Local groups showed off what they do: Linus Project, Pierce Elementary PTO, Bennington Democrats, the Conservation Commission, the Contoocook River Committee, GEP Dodge Library, and the Historical Society. There was constant live music by some local groups on the new stage built just for the occasion. And the afternoon gave everyone an opportunity to show off their hollerin’ skills. Kids, men and women all had a chance to yell their call across the festival grounds. Notice in the photo above Evan Desaulnier’s veins popping as he lets out his holler.
The Pie Baking Contest forced these poor men to eat pie and then laugh about it.
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