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Williston’s First Residential Life Dinner: See the Pictures!

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Seniors Campbell Nyrarady and Judah Ebanks

Seniors Campbell Nyrarady and Judah Ebanks

Seniors Campbell Nyrarady and Judah Ebanks

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Williston held its first Residential Life Dinner on Friday, September 21. The Willistonian photographer Marissa Dalton ’20 was on the scene to capture some moments from the event.

Residents of Memorial West

Kassandra Orcutt ’19 Addresses Students

Kassandra Orcutt ’19

Students Pose Before Dinner

Sophomore Brandon Barrett

Waiters Cleaned up for Their Tables

Senior Boys Before Dinner

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