Class of 2011 -
The MMC Class of 2011 promotes itself as a "family," as sharing the good and bad times over the years has drawn them together as a family. Their talents are varied, as they have helped each other grow and achieve.
MMC senior girls -
In the front row from the left are Jacklyn Holmes, Kelsey Brady, Stephanie Specht, Jennifer Gross, Jamee Kastner, Kendra Schmidt, Shelby Perkins and Brandalyn Buchanan. In the back row are Amanda Hoefling, Corrine Kach, Alexandra Bailey, Kelsey Sears, Madison Harman, Jessica Jacobsen, Bailey Schneider, Brianna Wilberding, Jenna Marie Johnson and Shlaceia LaPointe.
MMC senior boys -
In front from the left are Lance Casillas, Matt Brady, Cole Remmington,Cody Remmington, Gregory Hueser, Brock Moser, Jesse Kunzweiler and Johnathon Hoefling.
In back in Blake Erdman, Shaun Ely, Neal Bunt, Sawyer Heidesch, Chase Casillas, Cody Behrens and Daniel Bush.
Final preparations -
Class members gather to help each other with their mortar boards and get their gowns on, with a few jovial comments thrown in.
Happy day for Moms and daughters -
RoseAnn Gross, with her daughter Jenifer, and Kelsey Brady, with her mom Janet Brady, as they prepare for the girls' final minutes in school.
Trio leads class into commencement -
This happy trio of Kelsey Sears, Stephanie Specht and Brianna Wilberding are among the impresssive students in the MMC class of 2011.
A proud moment -
Brock Moser was able to receive his diploma from his Dad Jerry Moser, who serves on the MMC School Board.
Not seeing double -
Cody and Cole Remington walked into commencement together. Both would have preferred cowboy hats on their heads,
Senior choir members -
This talented group sang "The Irish Blessing." from the left- Jennifer Gross, Amanda Hoefling, Jenna Johnson, Kelsey Sears, Briana Wilberding, Chase Casillas, Matt Brady and Daniel Bush.
A warm congratulatory line -
When the Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn Commencement was over, seniors came out so parents, family and friends could wish them well on a beautiful day. The John Deere colored balloon reminded them of their dear departed friend and classmate, Michael Letsche.