KING WILLIAM-On any typical day, mainly of the Richmond community, Diamond, welcomes people from across the country to see America America’s last time, baseball. But, July 28 is not any typical day.
Despite the storms dimly on the head and the Long Walk, people have packed the parking, poured into the stadium and found their way to their designated distant spots on the baseball field.
Looking to bring to the graduating class of 2020 a celebration that they never forgot, the King William School segment, working together with the CEO Diamond Lemon, Mr. Todd, Parney, Parnell, hosted the first graduation viewing session at the baseball field.
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No baseball, we had to revolve around how we do everything and this is another example without baseball, we can still work in memory, says Parnell. Our hope is that this is something that the parents and children of King William never forget.
King William’s parents, Bonita Minor and her family were one of nearly 100 who came to congratulate her, Keon Jones, and his class.
After missing the prom, Senior Day and other year-end events, director David White said the department wanted to do something special for his graduation class. But, they didn’t know exactly what they intended to do.
When the lifelong fans of Richmond Squirquir and the long-time diamond participant McConville brought the family to one of the many film screenings, it had an idea.
Reaching out to Diamond owners and Superintocate White, the couple agreed this would be the perfect way to celebrate his graduation class.
We think this would be a great idea and it will allow us to celebrate our graduates by a movie night, said White White. They have lost a good part of their year and have missed so much so we want to celebrate them in every possible way and the owner is ready to help us.