ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – Rockbridge County High School has announced it will hold a parade for graduating seniors on Friday, May 22.
Graduates will be riding inside of their family vehicles from the high school to Hull’s Community Drive-In.
Those who want to cheer on the graduates during the parade can park along side the route.
The parade will begin at 7:45 p.m. at the high school’s parking lot.
After the parade, Hull’s Drive-In will show the graduates and their families the Virtual Graduation Show filmed earlier this month.
The Virtual Graduation Show at Hull’s Drive-In is only for graduates and their family.
That video will be released on the Rockbridge County High School webpage, Facebook page and YouTube.
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