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Tuesday August 11th, 2020 12:44PM

Send us photos of the Class of 2020

By AccessWDUN staff

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the members of the Class of 2020 have missed out on some significant milestones – prom, spring break and, of course, graduation.

But AccessWDUN wants to celebrate the Class of 2020. Send us a photo of your senior. We'd prefer a casual photo that shows off their personality, rather than a formal portrait. But any photo is good. Just make sure to include your senior's full name and their high school. (And yes, we'll take your college graduate photos, too.)

Email the photo to graduation@jacobsmedia.net by Friday, May 22 and we'll post them in a photo gallery for all of North Georgia to see and celebrate.

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Send us photos of the Class of 2020
We want pictures of the Class of 2020. Send them to graduation@jacobsmedia.net. Include the student's name and high school
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