Danielle Henderson and Evan Sparrow pause for a photo during the grand march before the public graduation ceremony on May 26. Photos by Megan Roth/Eckville Echo

A night to remember: Eckville’s senior class graduates

Eckville Junior-Senior High’s graduation took place on May 26

Casey Dawn Belway – Will be attending Kings University College with a major in Biology, minor in Kinesiology and playingbasketball.

Kameron Clint Bromling – Plans to attend Olds College to become a heavy duty mechanic.

Tyler Ernest Cowan – Will be farming for a while and then plans to go to school for power engineering.

Shayna Shelaine Dyrland –has received a Rodeo Scholarship in Hobbs, New Mexico where she will also be studying animalscience.

Danielle Marie Henderson – Is registered at Red Deer College in the Faculty of Education.

Ethan Michael Holub – Will be heading out into the workforce and plans to one day be an electrician.

Austin Walter Kalev – will be working as an Outfitter and Guide until he enters Red Deer College in January to pursue aBachelor of Commerce.

Cameron David Opsahl – Plans to work in the oilfield while he decides his long term plan.

Matthew Henry Ramsay – Will be working for now and dreams of a career in law enforcement in the future.

Evan Donald Sparrow – Plans to farm, then go to Red Deer College for his picker ticket and eventually join Grizzly Empire.

Dylan Brian Thomas – Will be working and later hopes to become a gas fitter.

Zackary Thomas Waite – Is heading for Red Deer College in September to become a heavy duty mechanic.


Matt Ramsay struts his stuff down the aisle during the graduation ceremony.

Shayna Dyrland walks confidently across the stage and down the aisle, all the while showing off her striking red dress.

Austin Kalev and Zack Waite were all smiles during the graduation ceremony on May 26.

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