SAUQUOIT N.Y.-Graduation season is here, and there have been so many lost moments due to coronavirus.
So NEWSChannel 2 decided to see what community after community can do for their local High School Seniors.
In Sauquoit Friday night, there was a parade honoring the Sauquoit Valley Seniors. It started at the Hannaford Plaza on Kellogg Road in Washington Mills, and went down Oneida Street eventually ending at the School.
There was quite the crowd on hand! The crowd of course was doing their best to social distance and cheer on the Seniors, as the parade passed by.
Brian Read, the Sauquoit Valley High School Principal was overwhelmed by the community's support.
"The community turnout has been unbelieveable. We did not expect to have so many fire trucks, and so many festive cars. It's really exciting to have soe much support, and it's really nice to celebrate our Seniors." said Read.
Following the parade was a Senior sunset event at the school.
The School's graduation is set for Saturday.