SLIDESHOW: Volunteers Install Signs To Honor Class of 2020 at Framingham High

FRAMINGHAM – Over the past few weeks, a group of parent volunteers has worked to create lawn signs for each member of Framingham High School’s Class of 2020.

Today, May 16, wearing masks and gloves, volunteers displayed all 526 signs around Winch Field in front of Framingham High School.

The signs are a symbol of unity during the pandemic, as well as a reminder to each senior that the community cares about them and wishes them the best in the next chapter of their lives.

Seniors and other members of the community are invited to drive around the field to view the signs; they are posted alphabetically, starting at the lower lot and ending near the Framingham High School sign at the entrance to the school.

“We respectfully remind people that they should adhere to social distancing guidelines and not congregate near the signs; driving around the field is the most safe way to view the signs,” said organizers.

The signs will remain on display through June 1, the last day for Senior Check-Out.

With their check-out materials, seniors will receive information about how and when they can collect their sign for their own display. 

Volunteers who set up the signs today were:

The Beverly family

The Bortolotti family

The Brady family

The Cahn family

The Calver/Downey family

The Connor family

The Cosgrove family

The Fishman family

The Gruetzke-Blais family

The Guernsey-Blumer family

The Harrod family

The Keane family

The Landsiedel family

The Leung family

The O’Donnell family

The Parga family

The Sepinuck family

The Sherwood family

The Stewart family

The Thomas family

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Photos by Petroni Media Company for SOURCE

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