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Rio Rancho McDonald's offers up free graduation photos

Rio Rancho McDonald's offers up free graduation photos

Marian Camacho
May 14, 2019 12:16 PM

RIO RANCHO, N.M. - A McDonald's in Rio Rancho is offering up free photos for select high school juniors and seniors.

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Starting today, the restaurant, owned by the Garza family, will host Bryan's Photography for the free photos.

“The Garza family McDonald’s is proud to offer complimentary senior portraits by Bryan’s Photography so all juniors and seniors are given a chance to remember their graduations,” said Clemy Garza, owner/operator of McDonald’s and president of the Garza Organization. “We hope these students will continue their education and if they work at McDonald’s our Archways to Opportunity tuition assistance can help.”

The Garza McDonald's Organization will cover the cost for juniors and seniors for students from all RRPD schools as well as Cleveland and Volcano Vista High Schools.

Students will receive two free 5x7 photos with a choice of four backgrounds. A school ID will be required from all interested students.

The photos will be taken from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 14-17 at the McDonald's at 1390 Pat D'Arco Blvd in Rio Rancho.

In addition to the photo event, the restaurant will be hosting a hiring fair to provide students with a look at their Archways to Opportunity program. The program allows students working just 15 hours per week for 90 days up to $2,500 in tuition assistance every year.

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