Bow Class of 2014 gets a message from Buddha
Bow High School's Class of 2014 gathers in the school lobby to share hugs and high fives after Saturday's graduation ceremony. (Barbara Taormina/Union Leader Correspondent)
The excited audience made plenty of noise for each of the seniors as they walked across the stage to accept their diplomas.
Although the words are from Buddha, on Saturday they belonged to Bow as the Class of 2014 ended its high school career and started the next stage.
As they left the gym and gathered in the school lobby and outside of the building, graduates shared hugs, laughs and a few tears.
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