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Paint the town blue (and white): Port Chester High School PTSA holds car parade celebrating graduating seniors
June 24, 2021 at 12:49 a.m.
Port Chester High School senior Brithney Tuba stands out of the sunroof of an extravagantly decorated vehicle during a car parade on Sunday, June 20. The parade showcased Class of 2021 seniors celebrating their coming graduation on Friday, June 25, with a cavalcade of at least 15 cars escorted by two police cruisers.
Kayla Zuccarelli stands and smiles while her father drives their blue Jeep–clad with car paint, flags and signs—through the side streets throughout the Village of Port Chester and in front of Port Chester High School.
Soon-to-be Class of 2021 graduate Erin Dubie and her family pose for a group photo in front of Park Avenue School, which is across the street from the high school. From the left: AJ Rich, Llana Rich, Lily Rich, Erin Dubie, Al Rich, MiKayla Dubie, Mark Dubie, Julie Dubie and Ann Rich.
Holding a sign, senior cheerleader Breanna Tigani poses for a group photo with her family to celebrate her upcoming graduation. Breanna announced that she will attend Iona College in the fall, where she will study Biology. From the left: Alexis Arany, Irma Arango, Breanna Tigani, Pam Tigani, Alyssa Tigani, Chrystal Tigani and Mauricio Tigani.
“Believe in yourself as Ecuadorians” read decorations on a white Prius driving down Westchester Avenue. The parade highlighted the students’ resilience through the past year of the pandemic that defined much of their experience.
Alexandra Vega (left) and Nicole Morgan wave and smile as they roll northbound along Westchester Avenue.
Cruising past a busy intersection on Westchester Avenue, senior Brandon Molano stands out of the sunroof of a Honda flexing his arms, with shades on and a smile from ear to ear.