A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery

A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery

EAST BREMERTON — 330 Central Kitsap High school seniors walked across the stage on Friday, June 15, to recieve their diplomas in front of a packed house at the Kitsap Sun Pavilion.

The class of 2018 valedictorians were Warren Coons, Lauren Johnsrude, Ericka McDonald and Judah Wyllie. The salutatorians were Madison Adams, Adelaide Albro, Katherine Mortimore and Trinity Reeve.

Here are some scenes from the send-off for the seniors.

A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery
A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery
A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery
A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery
A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery
A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery
A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery
A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery
A fond farewell for the CK Class of 2018 | Photo Gallery

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