EHS Graduation Photos Run the Gamut of Emotions

By on June 11, 2014

With a near perfect evening, emotions were running high at Ephrata High School’s 119th Commencement exercises last Thursday. (All photos, except where noted, were taken by Jeremy Bischoff)

Getting a big, extra special hug after the ceremony is senior Shane Howe. (Photo by Jeremy Bischoff)

Getting a big, extra special hug after the ceremony is senior Shane Howe.

Sadie Earnesta acknowledges someone during a night that brought many smiles

Sadie Earnesta acknowledges someone during a night that brought many smiles.

Brenden Ruth exhibits the thrill of having the diploma in hand.

Brenden Ruth exhibits the thrill of having the diploma in hand.

 Josh Gehman decided to take the leap onto his twin brother Jon's  after having their names called

Josh Gehman decided to take the leap onto his twin brother Jon’s
back after having their names called.

A simultaneous blowing of the bubbles during the ceremony.

A simultaneous blowing of the bubbles during the ceremony.

Teacher Mike Delpiano helps organize students prior to graduation.

Teacher Mike Delpiano helps organize students prior to graduation.

Though the skies threatened rain several times on Thursday, the crowd was quite enthusiastic at the outdoor ceremony at the War Memorial.

Though the skies threatened rain several times on Thursday, the crowd was quite enthusiastic at the outdoor ceremony at the War Memorial.

Megan Rothweiler shows the joy of the moment.

Megan Rothweiler shows the joy of the moment.

One of the highlights of the evening came when senior speaker and class vice president Kole DeHaven paused to snap a selfie with his classmates and the huge crowd at War Memorial Field in the background. While everyone there saw him attempt the shot, few saw just how great a job he did.

One of the highlights of the evening came when senior speaker and class vice president Kole DeHaven paused to snap a selfie with his classmates and the huge crowd at War Memorial Field in the background. While everyone there saw him attempt the shot, few saw just how great a job he did.

A photo worth a thousand words.

A photo worth a thousand words.

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