Photo by John Fisken

Great paper toss of 2017

  • Friday, June 9, 2017 1:05pm
  • Life

As graduation nears, Oak Harbor High School seniors gather to toss all of their cares of the past school year into the air. Well, actually, they toss all of the paper from the school year’s assignments and handouts into the air in what has become an annual tradition. It is a form of release, and they don’t even have to clean it up — that’s the juniors’ job.

Photo by John Fisken

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