Kettle Run High School graduates celebrated the end of their Fauquier County school career with a one-and-a-half-hour car parade on May 16. The motorcade traveled through the Brookside and Vint Hill neighborhoods.  

Karla Kolb teamed up with Jennifer and Randi Gladstone to plan the event. Kolb said, “We had an outpouring of support from the community to make this happen! The sheriff’s office  and New Baltimore Fire Station jumped in without hesitation to escort us.”  

Local residents, friends and families came out to cheer the seniors on with signs, balloons and cowbells.

Photographer Stephanie Ascari documented the event and Aerotog, an aerial photography company in Warrenton, captured the celebration from the air. Click here to see the video.

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Congratulations Seniors, stay strong!!!

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