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Sunday, May 15, 2005 6:00 pm
Hamilton High School 2005 seniors will have one last opportunity to celebrate their accomplishments as they participate in Project Graduation, an alcohol and drug free lock-in held at the school. The party begins at 8:30 p.m. on June 4, and runs until 4:30 a.m. the following day.

Students will enjoy music by DJ Express, karaoke, casino games, basketball and volleyball. Comedy Sportz, a hypnotist and the band “Ready, Steady, Go” will provide live entertainment. Great food and prizes are highlights as well.

Project Graduation began in 1989 when parents first organized the event. Seniors pay $25 for tickets to attend the event, but area businesses provide donations to offset the cost of the celebration. Seniors may purchase tickets during the school day in high school office B and during the senior yearbook distribution night on May 23.

The party is traditionally organized by parents of underclassmen so that the parents of seniors are able to plan for a busy graduation weekend.

Parent volunteers are needed to help make Project Graduation a success. For more information contact Pam Mehring at (262) 246-6827.