SUNRAY, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) —Sunray High School’s class of 2020 got together—from a safe distance—to take a photo thanking the medical field workers that are risking their lives to save others during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a post shared by Rylee Debord, you can see the Sunray seniors from a birds-eye view, thanks to a drone image. The seniors are shown holding out their arms in as they form heart shape while wearing yellow, a color that has symbolized hope and positivity during this pandemic. You can see that Facebook post here.
The post read, “Yesterday Sunray’s class of 2020 got together to take a picture in the shape of a heart in honor of those medical field workers that are working hard to help us during this pandemic! We appreciate everything y’all do! We can get through this together!”
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