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Posted on: May 27, 2020

Class of 2020 Month proclamation honors Marysville graduates

Class of 2020 Month proclamation honors Marysville graduates 

The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on this year’s high school seniors, who are missing traditional celebratory spring events leading up to and including graduation. In recognition of the Class of 2020’s resilience in this historic time, Mayor Jon Nehring has proclaimed June as Class of 2020 Month in Marysville. The action took place at the May 26 City Council meeting.

“The Marysville community is always proud of its graduates, and we want to make an extra effort to recognize them during this year that has presented so many challenges,” Mayor Nehring said. “Let’s all take this opportunity to reach out and congratulate neighboring high school seniors and their families.”

The full text of the proclamation follows.  


Declaring June 2020 Class of 2020 Month in Marysville

WHEREAS,    2020 gave way to unprecedented circumstances that are preventing traditional high school graduation, year-end activities and celebrations; and

WHEREAS,    high school seniors in the greater Marysville community have demonstrated incredible strength, resilience and perseverance and have risen to the challenges before them; and 

WHEREAS,    educators in the Marysville, Lakewood and Lake Stevens School Districts

work closely and passionately with our students and families to provide a wonderful education; and

WHEREAS,    this year’s graduates of Marysville Pilchuck, Marysville Getchell, Legacy, Heritage, Lakewood and Lake Stevens High Schools make our community proud of their commitment to responsible citizenship in this historic time; and

WHEREAS,    the Class of 2020 includes future leaders, pioneers, creators, motivators and role models who will represent their hometown with honor as they go on to create their futures nearby and far afield; and

WHEREAS,    the greater Marysville community honors, supports and congratulates all of our 2020 graduates who will continue to shine long after this crisis has ended.

NOW, THEREFORE I, JON NEHRING, MAYOR, on behalf of the City Council and our community, do hereby proclaim June 2020 as


in the City of Marysville. I encourage all residents of Marysville to show your school pride and support for graduating high school seniors, their parents and families in your neighborhood.

Under my hand and seal this twenty-sixth day of May, 2020.


Jon Nehring, Mayor 


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