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Formal picture schedule shows year 12s in a celebratory mood

Nikolai Walmsley and Tori Watson.
Nikolai Walmsley and Tori Watson. Dave Noonan

TOOWOOMBA'S Year 12 students are well and truly in celebration mode.

The Chronicle is publishing special pages of pictures to mark this amazing time in their lives.

The brightest and best of Toowoomba's future leaders are featured in all their formal finery.

The Chronicle is delighted to be able to feature these tremendous young adults.

We are running pages of pictures from every high school formal in Toowoomba.

We also have a huge number of pictures in our online galleries at thechronicle.com.au.

Don't miss out on these keepsake features.

Order your Chronicle today by calling 46909300.

Pictures published in the Chronicle from the school formals are available in a wide range of sizes and can be ordered by phoning 46909437.

Make sure you preserve these great pictorial memories of the Year12s of 2012.

Grab extra copies to send to friends and relatives.

If you are a member of the year 12 group, why not get an extra copy and have your friends sign it.

It will be a keepsake you will cherish in years to come.

The publication schedule is as follows:

 Christian Outreach College - November 22

 Darling Downs Christian Christian School - November 23.

 St Saviour's College - November 24.

 St Ursula's College - November 26.

 Harristown State High School - November 27.

 Centenary Heights State High School - November 28.

 Toowoomba Grammar School - November 30.

 Downlands College - December 1.

 Toowoomba Christian College - December 3.

 Clifford Park Special School - December 15.

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