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Lustre Eighth-Grade Graduation

The Lustre Grade School held its graduation on Wednesday, May 22, with the largest class in years of 14 students. John Dubois welcomed the large crowd and expressed gratitude for watching these students grow from fourth through eighth graders, these four years being the best in his life. Mrs. Jenny Mattyser emceed, introducing graduate Ashtyn Traeholt, teacher Mr. Agbisit and Mr. Don Traeholt who sang a trio called “One day At A Time.”

Kimberly Klatt was chosen by the students to be the speaker. She presented her thoughts in poetry form. A few thoughts from her speech are “God is your guide. Each of you have so much love to give. Follow Jesus with all your heart, and you can be the light. There will be dreams in your heart. If you keep your heart in alignment with Him you can be a bright light in a dark world. Go love High School and make an impact.” She gave them the verse Psalms 37:4.

The graduates are: Kencia Brown, Justice Byers, Holly Hilkemann, Sheila Jones, Lauren Fast, Ashtyn Traeholt, Sidney Klatt, Tessa Olfert, Wheeler Damboise, Bryson Allen, Joel Reddig, Cayden Charett, AJ Lloyd, Christopher Traeholt. Congratulations!

Brent Unrau, LGS board chairman, recognized John Dubois for his four years of service to the school. He will be leaving to be the Superintendent at Great Falls Central High School, K-12. The board chair also recognized Kathleen Dambois for her seven years teaching at LGS. She will be leaving for another opportunity. We wish them well.


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