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Pacheco, Weber at top of EU High class
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From left, salutatorian Mackenzie Weber and valedictorian Trinity Pacheco will lead the East Union High Class of 2024 at Thursday’s commencement exercises at Dino Cunial Field.

Trinity Pacheco and Mackenzie Weber will be part a celebration to remember on Thursday night.

As the top academic students – both had GPAs in the 4.2s with Pacheco getting the nod as class valedictorian and Weber serving as salutatorian – they’ll lead the East Union High’s Class of 2024 during the graduation ceremony on Dino Cunial Field.

Both are thrilled that the special event will be held on campus – last year’s graduation had to relocate to UOP Spanos Center due to stadium renovations.

As an extra bonus, the classmates got together, opting for a drone light show presentation as part of their graduation celebration.

Landon Wolfe went to the recent Clovis Rodeo, where he came across the entertainment agency Skye Dreams LLC and its aerial display consisting to 200 synchronized drones, soaring hundreds of feet up while choreographed to music with a display of changing colors and shapes.

“We’ve been raising money for this since my freshman year,” said Wolfe, who received approval to go ahead with the drones.

Pacheco and Weber are looking forward to that as well as their future plans.

Trinity Pacheco is the daughter of Latpany and Luis Pacheco. Her plans consist of going to San Jose State in the fall to study Forensic Science.

She was involved in tennis – all four years for the Lancers – as well as FCCLA, where she served as the club’s Historian.

Mackenzie Weber is the daughter of Natalie and Matt Weber. As for her plans, she’ll be attending UC Merced with a major in Biology as a pathway to pre-med.

Weber played soccer for the Lancers during her four years at the school. She also ran track – 200, 400, and 4x400 relays – along with one year of varsity golf.

In addition, she was Link Crew leader for the past two years, and was involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes not to mention serving as vice president for both Club Hope and EU Sports Network.