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KHQ To Honor High School Valedictorians

KHQ.COM - KHQ-TV will honor over 160 high school valedictorians on Thursday, April 28th from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. when the region's most accomplished scholars will gather at the Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane to be videotaped for the "Best and the Brightest" spots.

Each student will be photographed on video and included in a spot with other valedictorians that will run throughout the summer on KHQ-TV. The finished spots will also be available on the station's website at www.khq.com.

The Best and the Brightest sponsor Chelan Fresh will present each valedictorian an engraved medal.

In past years, Valedictorians have come from as far away as Wenatchee, Tonasket, Cottonwood, Idaho, and from schools small and large in Spokane and Coeur d'Alene.

If you would like your school's valedictorian to be invited to the Best and the Brightest Event, please RSVP to KHQ Community Affairs Director, Louise Hansen at (509) 448-4606 or e-mail her at louise.hansen@khq.com. We request that students bring along their cap and gown to wear when they are photographed for the spots.

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