Rangely High School Class of 2016 graduates 19 students

SEAN McMAHON Photos There were 19 students in the Rangely High School Class of 2016, and they were presented with their diplomas at the school’s commencement exercise on Sunday afternoon.

SEAN McMAHON Photos There were 19 students in the Rangely High School Class of 2016, and they were presented with their diplomas at the school’s commencement exercise on Sunday afternoon.
SEAN McMAHON Photos
There were 19 students in the Rangely High School Class of 2016, and they were presented with their diplomas at the school’s commencement exercise on Sunday afternoon.

A nearly full house met the Rangely High School Class of 2016 on Sunday afternoon in the Rangely High School gymnasium. The event was emceed by RHS Principal Dr. K.D. Bryant and included scholarships and academic/athletic awards being handed out.
A nearly full house met the Rangely High School Class of 2016 on Sunday afternoon in the Rangely High School gymnasium. The event was emceed by RHS Principal Dr. K.D. Bryant and included scholarships and academic/athletic awards being handed out.

Richard Brooks, left, and Kevin Amack, right, presented the Masonic Lodge scholarship to Courtney Bell on Sunday afternoon for $28,000, which breaks down to $7,000 per year for four years to a four-year college of her choice in Colorado. Each year, the Masonic Lodge is one of the largest donors for scholarships in Meeker and Rangely.
Richard Brooks, left, and Kevin Amack, right, presented the Masonic Lodge scholarship to Courtney Bell on Sunday afternoon for $28,000, which breaks down to $7,000 per year for four years to a four-year college of her choice in Colorado. Each year, the Masonic Lodge is one of the largest donors for scholarships in Meeker and Rangely.
Officials on the podium at Saturday afternoon’s Rangely High School Commencement exercises, held in the gym at RHS, were, from left to right: Athletic Director Crandal Mergelman, Rangely High School Principal K.D. Bryant, Counselor Dixie Fielder, special guest speaker and baseball/football coach Paul Fortunato and District Superintendent Matt Scoggins.
Officials on the podium at Saturday afternoon’s Rangely High School Commencement exercises, held in the gym at RHS, were, from left to right: Athletic Director Crandal Mergelman, Rangely High School Principal K.D. Bryant, Counselor Dixie Fielder, special guest speaker and baseball/football coach Paul Fortunato and District Superintendent Matt Scoggins.
Rangely High School Athletic Director Crandal Mergelman, left, and Counselor Dixie Fielder, right, look on as 2016 Salutatorian Echo Campbell addresses her classmates during commencement exercises on Sunday afternoon in the Rangely High School gymnasium. Valedictorian was Courtney Bell and the student-chosen keynote speaker was Paul Fortunato, who is also the Panther baseball and football coach.
Rangely High School Athletic Director Crandal Mergelman, left, and Counselor Dixie Fielder, right, look on as 2016 Salutatorian Echo Campbell addresses her classmates during commencement exercises on Sunday afternoon in the Rangely High School gymnasium. Valedictorian was Courtney Bell and the student-chosen keynote speaker was Paul Fortunato, who is also the Panther baseball and football coach.