EPPING — “It’s insane,” class president Casey Marie Sturzo said, “to think that this fall we won’t be sitting in a familiar classroom making jokes.” Sturzo, who spent her entire public school career with these same kids, went on to say, “You’ve been more a family than friends. A sometimes dysfunctional family,” she added jokingly, “but a family.”The jokes and catchphrases flew Friday night as Epping High School graduated its class of 2015, many of whom had been together since […]

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