Looking at a map from Trinidad, choosing places nearby to explore, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is the most obvious choice.Located just 114 miles away, less than two hours, it’s produced stunning photography of natural wonders while providing great family-friendly recreation.Sheriff Joe Arpaio's fundraising far exceeds the amount normally spent by both the winning and losing candidates in a typical congressional race."Most people would think that you mistakenly added a zero to that number," said Heath Brown, a public policy professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York who studies the role of money in politics. If graduation is not held at the football field it will be held in the P. Overflow seating will be available in the Round Room where the ceremonies can be viewed on a big screen T. The Seniors of 2017 will enter their final school ceremony to the strains of “Pomp and Circumstance” played on the piano. Gymnasium, where admission will be by tickets issued to members of the Graduating Class.
Special music will be by the A Cappella Choir Senior Members (arranged by Mrs. The 2017 Trojan Award will be presented by R-3 Superintendent Dr. Following the Commencement the Class of 2017 will enjoy Project Graduation, a special evening of entertainment for their final evening together with the drug and alcohol free event again sponsored by community donations.
I switched plans and decided to stay in Alamosa and explore the whole San Luis Valley instead.
On the first Saturday afternoon in April, I drove 34 miles from Alamosa to Great Sand Dunes and found that, while the restaurant hadn’t started its season, there was no shortage of people who had started theirs.
Following tradition, the program will be presented by the graduates themselves, with a welcome by the Class Valedictorian and an address by the Senior Class President Kelsey Bone. Benediction will be pronounced and graduates will recess from the ceremony to the strains of “Pomp & Circumstance” on the piano.
The Invocation will by pronounced by a Graduating Senior.