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Car parade set to honor 2022 WHS grads

Community members may line the bike path and streets to help cheer on the class of 2022.

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FILE PHOTO: On May 29, 2020, Worthington High School Class of 2020 graduates Ethan Henderson (from left), Kaylee Bents and Hannah Barrie celebrate while making their way through the special graduation parade around the community.
(Tim MIddagh/The Globe)
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WORTHINGTON — The community is invited to join in celebrating the Worthington High School class of 2022 during a car parade to begin at 8 p.m. Friday.

The parade will go west down First Avenue, north on Crailsheim Road, east on Oxford Street, south on Park Avenue, around Lake Okabena and finally past the high school.

Community members may line the bike path and streets to help cheer on the class of 2022.

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