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Sidney Herald Class of 2019 ,2019 Sunday, May 12 6 Madison Hammer Cammy Heck Cortney Hecker Wherever you are headed, take us with you. Bank easily online, anytime, anywhere! CONGRATULA YOUR-FUTURE Wyatt Heringer Carter Hughes Ainhoa Idoate 406.775.2474 Call us for all your electrical needs. PO BOX 16, Savage, MT 59262 ‘57310 Montana’s Brand of Banking Member FDIC I EquaiHousing Lender Q Make graduation day comfortable Graduation day will arrive before many students have a chance to pause and reflect on their time as students. The pomp and circumstance are deeply rooted traditions passed down through academia. If ' only comfort was automatically built into the graduation equation. Most graduation ceremonies occur at the end of the school year when temperatures tend to be rather warm. For schools with large student bodies, the. distribution of diplomas might take place outdoors on a football field or under a tent. Some ceremonies may take place in poorly ventilated auditoriums. That can make conditions less than comfortable for graduates. Attire also can make grads uncomfortable. Graduation caps and gowns can be cumbersome, especially the heavily robed and layered gowns that signify higher academia. Finally, graduation ceremonies tend to be lengthy, which can only exacerbate any discomfort grads may feel. Discomfort need not dominate come graduation day. In fact, students can take f 2019 AX. .‘8EFE iSPJY CONSULY‘N? Melissa Markwordt Owner (360) 602—5545 comfortable as possible. o Wear something lightweight. Layering a gown on top of heavy clothing can bea recipe for overheating. Dress accordingly for the weather that day and the venue. Remember, it’s always possible to add a layer. - Stick to sensible shoes. That short trek across the stage to receive the diploma will be watched by hundreds in attendance and possibly recorded for posterity. Avoid slip-ups by wearing comfortable, flat shoes that are skid—resistant. Bring some tissues along. Reactions and emotions can run high on graduation day. This day is a milestone, and a few tears may be shed. Have tissues handy to catch stray tears. - Leave ample time. Crowds will be descending on ~ the school for the festivities. Traffic and parking issues are to be expected. Early birds will get the best parking spaces and will be around to hear their names called. - Stay hydrated. Stuffy auditoriums or sun-baked‘bleachers can quickly make for an uncomfortable setting. While you shouldn’t bring along a bag, purse or too many accessories, tuck a small water bottle under your seat to help you stay various steps to ensure graduation day is as refreshed throughout the ceremony. Fertilizer Irrigath Sales Services (701) 844-5300“ ~i Millers; Comer 2201 W. Holly, (Culbertson Hwy) Sidney 0 (406) 433-4041 Convenience Store - Deli - Check Cashing .- Catering ATM Homemade Food - Miller’s Meals ‘ Leno-2474584 WWW.h0I’IZOflI’9$0UI'CGS-C00p ceremony, as the entire experience should Focus on comfort during a graduation be one to savor and enjOY- ' 0d fwd! 30:05) 483-1546 14th St. S.E., Sidney, Fairview, MT Store 406-742-5273 Savage Agromony 406-776-2489 Culson Agronomy 406-787~6606 Grenora Elevator 701—694-329! MT ‘ pIBJSH Aaupis [02 5" 91 6102 ‘21 Am ‘Aepuns