The Class of 2020 are the first banners to be hung on the light poles that line Green Avenue. Brian Morris (in bucket) and Anthony Lamirand started the process last Wednesday. The high school seniors are being honored in a special way along the main thoroughfare in Purcell.

Fans of 2020 senior Trevor Nimmo had a message for him as he passed his Dad’s store on Green Avenue. From left, holding the sign are Howell Pendleton, Linda Pendleton, Rachel Gonzalez, Justin Nimmo, Abi Black, Stephanie Black, Shawn Mead, Jennifer Mead and Jessica Russell.

A bluff and a pond at sunset make for a picturesque sight.

Purcell Seniors prepping their vehicle for the Senior Parade that tooled through town last Friday as part of their graduation activities.From left are Sunny Sanders, Alicia Baker and Anoli Billy.

Haiven Culp was ready in the back of a pickup for the Senior Parade last Friday evening.

Citizens like Charles Gray, Shawn Tompkins and Graham Fishburn were on hand downtown last Friday to welcome the Purcell Class of 2020.

The Purcell Fire Department did its best to make the 2020 seniors feel welcome downtown after their Senior Parade.

Purcell Seniors prepping their vehicle for the Senior Parade that tooled through town last Friday as part of their graduation activities. Ready and waiting in the Rubys parking lot were Chrissy McKinney, Seth Madrid and Alyssa Trumbo.

Family and friends lined up along Green Ave. Friday to celebrate the class of 2020 during their Senior Parade.

Family and friends of the class of 2020 lined the streets of Purcell for the Senior Parade Friday evening.