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Graduation 2011

                                 

 A Dream Come True                                    

The 2011 Central Lincoln County Adult Education Recognition Night held, Thursday June 16 at the Skidompha Library was a dream come true for the nine graduates who donned capd and gowns.  This year there were thirteen Adult Education graduates in all.  The graduates who participated in the commencement ceremony were: Amanda Colby, Joel Leeman, Caitlyn Little, Jeff Robbins, Janice Seiders, Matthew Smith, Sophia Swain-Stark (no pictured), Nicholas Young and Morgan Zimmerman.  Raquele Corey, Luke Dale-Smith, Sumner Keith and Kristina Sprague also earned their GED's but were not present at the graduation ceremony. 

Several Awards were given out including the College Transitions Courage to Grow Award which went to Libby West.  The award given out by Central Maine Community College includes a scholarship for one course at CMCC.  The Adult Education Literacy Persistent Learner award went to Vicki Fleury.  And GED graduate received the personal reward of overcoming her fears to read an essay she wrote during the GED program.  Her reading was met with a burst of applause from the standing room only crowd that gathered to honor the graduates.

Earning a GED can open many doors.  You can broaden your employment opportunities, enter training programs, join our College Transitions program, or move on to college classes with your credential.

Register for our Adult Learning Center this fall and you could be celebrating next year. You may browse our courses now! and register online for any Fall 2011 class.

We hope to see you this fall through your participation in one or more of our classes.  If getting your high school diploma is still just a dream for you, purpose now to make this the year you actually get it.  Having a dream is good, but having a dream come true is far better. 

 

 

 

Posted by Bonnie Merrill  on August 29, 2011 | Read more in: News

 
 

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