Zera McMyn and the rest of the A.L. Fortune grads spray their name out front of the school as part of their graduation festivities on Friday morning. (Lisa Mazurek/Morning Star)

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Enderby grads make their mark Friday

It’s the only time teenagers are actually allowed to head to the streets, armed with spray paint.

A.L. Fortune Secondary grads actually make it an annual tradition, tagging the street in front of the school – with permission.

Enderby’s class of 2017 transformed the once-dull road into a colourful piece of art for all to see.

Since the event preceeded grad ceremonies later in the day, some, like Zera McMyn, thought ahead and donned their gumboots to protect their recently-pedicured feet.

Congratulations to all the graduates of 2017!

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