The memorable and priceless walk across the stage for Graduating High School Seniors will take place all across the TRIBUNE coverage area this weekend. 
It will all start with the Eustis/Farnam Public School and the Elwood Public School Graduation ceremonies that will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. 
The Eustis/Farnam program will be held in the High School gymnasium with 12 Seniors turning their tassels. In Elwood, the exercise will be held in the gym as well, with 12 Seniors being honored as graduates. 
Soon thereafter, the Cozad High School Seniors will be their chance in the spotlight, as the Cozad Graduation program will be held at 4 p.m.  on Saturday. There will be 60 graduates honored during the joyous ceremony being held in their honor. Honored guests that will be reflecting on their experiences with speeches during the ceremony are: Kennedy Berreckman, Sadie Rush, Ashley Grace Burkholder and Melissa Estrada. 
After the sun rises and shines on Sunday, the spotlight will be turned towards the graduates of Lexington High School and Gothenburg High School, as their ceremonies will be held on Sunday afternoon. 
In Gothenburg, there are 78 Seniors that will assemble one last time as a collective group to be honored as the graduating class of 2018 at Gothenburg High School. Emma Jorgenson and AJ Whiting are the spotlighted speakers at the commencement in Gothenburg.
Over 215 graduates will be joined by their families and friends during the Lexington High School Graduation Program that is set to start at 3 p.m. 
Addressing the crowd as the highlighted speakers will be Kobe Lo, MaKenzie Johnson and Anely Lemus.