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Cherokee graduates celebrate with Project Graduation

Cherokee High School graduates celebrated into the early morning hours for Project Graduation.

The graduation-night event featured amusement ride swings, games, swimming, a rock wall, food, music, prizes and a gift to all in attendance.

Live musical performances by Take №13 and SJ3, had the kids dancing poolside.

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“It was so much fun to celebrate graduation with the whole class,” said Hayley Marks, a recent graduate. “This party was so much more than any of us expected. I had a great time”.

The event was held at the Chartwell Swim Club, through the generous donation of the facilities by the Johnston family Chartwell Cherokee Project Graduation, an independent, non-profit organization that is run by Cherokee parents, organized the event.

The group is ardently supported by Evesham Police Department and local business and organizations for providing the graduates with a safe and drug/alcohol free environment for celebrating their big night.

“This remarkable group of parent volunteers work all year planning this event,” said President Rick Goldenberg.“The generous donations from local businesses, and from our Cherokee families make this all possible. “To see the smiles on the kids’ faces tonight makes all the hard work worthwhile.”

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