Cape Gazette

Cape holds senior service

Jun 06, 2014
Photo by: Dan Cook Seniors in attendance sign a prayer for the Class of 2014. Shown are Riley Wagner, Karalyn Joseph, Evelin Martinez and Nora Carle.

The Class of 2014 senior service was held Monday, June 2, to offer inspirational readings, poems and scripture to send the seniors off with promise of good travels after commencement.

Cape Class of 2014 Student Government Association President Charlie Burton spoke of one great friend you can count on during high school. He also read an inspiring quote by Forrest Gump. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
The Rev. Dr. Pat Loughlin of Epworth United Methodist Church offered a message of hope and love to the Class of 2014. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cape counselor John Myers acted as master of ceremonies for the event. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior Jacob Latta-Morissete reads the program as he awaits his turn to read from the scripture. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior Jacob Latta-Morissete reads a Hebrew scripture. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior Dimple Patel reads a Hindu scripture. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior Danny Myers reads a Christian scripture. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior Liz Sparks performs a solo during the Hymn of Praise sung by the Cape Chorale. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior Haley Will reads the inspirational poem "Dreams." (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sidney Miller reads "It Couldn't be Done" by Edgar Guest. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Kierstyn Miller reads the inspirational "Fear not." (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Jon Vidal reads "Life is a Journey." (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior Thomas Wiswell performed his original song "Much Love," written to honor the Class of 2014. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Senior SGA president Charlie Burton signs the prayer cloth. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Louise Foster directs the Cape Chorale in singing the alma mater. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Singing Cape's alma mater are (l-r) mother and daughter Kim and Riley Wagner and Karalyn Joseph and her mother, Beth Basara Bader. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
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