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45 Earn Certificates Through Grand River Technical School
Published: Tuesday, May 13, 2008, C-T

CAPTION - Graduation ceremonies were Friday evening for students of Grand River Technical School at Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center. There were 45 graduates with the largest area of study being the collision technology class from which 13 students graduated.


C-T Photo / Catherine Stortz-Ripley

Grand River Technical School held its 2008 graduation exercises Friday evening at Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center with 45 graduates receiving degrees.

Chillicothe R-2 Superintendent of Schools Dale Wallace welcomed the graduates and their families and friends and Ron Wolf, co-director of GRTS, introduced the keynote speaker - Stan Saunders, pastor of Cornerstone Church in Chillicothe. After his remarks, the achievements of several graduates were recognized.

Marla Harrington, financial aid coordinator, reported that several graduates had maintained perfect attendance throughout the year: Zachary Crawford, Christopher Shirk, Jonathan Daniel, Zachary Gadberry, Adam Minnis, Ryan Roberts, and Chris Henderson.

Several graduates earned academic excellence awards for their straight "A" average: Joshua Blankenship, Zachary Crawford, Christopher Shirk, Jonathan Daniel, Zachary Gadberry, Rodney Hughs, Adam Minnis, Lauren Waterbury, Chris Henderson, and Kyle Huffman.

Roger Wolf, co-director of GRTS, then presented the graduates with their certificates in nine fields of study.

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