Lambert Graduates 11 Students

Lambert High School honored 11 graduates during its commencement ceremony on Saturday afternoon.

Graduates included Gracelyn Gonsioroski, Lillian Herbst, Jerome Hughes, Austin Lien, Landin Ligon, Brie Mullin, Corbin Mullin, Halley Mullin, Lauren Prevost, Sage Spinner and ShaeLyn Williams.

In her valedictorian address, Gonsioroski's advice was to always be kind, that's life's too short to be negative and the importance of having a good relationship with Jesus Christ.

Co-salutatorians were Prevost and Spinner. Prevost urged her fellow graduates to be like George Washington as much as possible and not to be afraid to take risks. She dedicated her speech to the school's late history teacher Kurt Anderson. She said the teacher was a one-of-a-kind man who was always giving of himself. Spinner, who transferred to Lambert as a sophomore, said, "Small towns are the best." He thanked the community for always supporting him.

Rory Carda delivered the commencement address and urged students to become the best version of themselves.

Scholarships and awards presented during the ceremony included Gonsioroski from the Montana Rural Fire Department, Prevost from the LYREA and Kurt Anderson Memorial, Brie Mullin from Richland County Farm Bureau and the Lions Den, Lien from the Lambert Fire Department, the Knights of Columbus and the Ryan Evenson Memorial, Halley Mullin from the Lambert Education Association and Spinner for National Guard enlistment.


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