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Ari Wilke

Ari Wilke , Photographer

Hey buddies! My name is Ari and I am 15 years old, I am a photographer. I am in Spanish 2 and a bunch of time consuming classes. My favorite subject in school is history. If I'm not doing anything for school I like painting, sleeping, and hanging out with my cat.

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After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[PHOTO]

July 19, 2020
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