Moffat County High School senior Tanisha Young displays the nearly-completed backdrop that will be shown at MCHS graduation. The depiction of an aging tree at night and a younger one in daylight, painted by Young, Faith Christiansen, Taylor Dean, Yolibeth Molina and Sitclali Nevarez, shows the passage of time and reflects the motto for Class of 2014: “Don’t fear for tomorrow, Don’t regret the past, Live for what is now, and Never look back.”

Photo by Andy Bockelman

Moffat County High School senior Tanisha Young displays the nearly-completed backdrop that will be shown at MCHS graduation. The depiction of an aging tree at night and a younger one in daylight, painted by Young, Faith Christiansen, Taylor Dean, Yolibeth Molina and Sitclali Nevarez, shows the passage of time and reflects the motto for Class of 2014: “Don’t fear for tomorrow, Don’t regret the past, Live for what is now, and Never look back.”

Moffat County Class of 2014 shows its uniqueness with art, gift

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As each group of seniors leave behind the school where they spent their last four years, picking defining details and artwork is an ongoing tradition, and Moffat County High School’s Class of 2014 is no different.

Moffat County High School Class of 2014

Colors: Blue and White

Flower: Limestone columbine

Song: “We Run This Town” by Luke Bryan

Motto: “Don’t fear tomorrow, Don’t regret the past, Live for what is now and Never look back.”

Gift: Refurbishment of MCHS outdoor amphitheater

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The Moffat County High School outdoor amphitheater, located on the east side of the grounds. The MCHS Class of 2014 plans to refurbish the area as part of the graduation gift to the school.

The graduating class selected the school colors of blue and white as their class colors, the limestone columbine as the class flower and the Luke Bryan tune “We Run This Town” as class song.

For their motto, students chose the following anonymous quote: “Don’t fear tomorrow, Don’t regret the past, Live for what is now and Never look back.”

The words are also included on the class backdrop, painted by a team including Tanisha Young, Faith Christiansen, Taylor Dean, Yolibeth Molina and Sitclali Nevarez, showing an aging tree at nightfall juxtaposed with a younger tree in the sunshine, demonstrating the passage of time.

For the parting gift, the class plans to refurbish the outside amphitheater on the east side of the school.

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