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The second graduation ceremony for Success Training College’s Abaco Campus is scheduled for November 17, 2012. Under the theme: “Soaring beyond the challenges towards a brighter future,” eighteen students are expected to graduate and they have predicted that their graduation will be bigger and better than the first one. A meeting with the graduating class was held at Abaco Central High School at 2 p.m. on Saturday September 8. Shyrnal Williams and Cleveland Dawkins are the class graduation coordinators. Ms. Williams gave an update on all of the activities leading up to graduation day.

Eighteen to Graduate from Success Training College this November

The second graduation ceremony for Success Training College’s Abaco Campus is scheduled for November 17, 2012. Under the theme: “Soaring beyond the challenges towards a brighter future,” eighteen students are expected to graduate and they have predicted that their graduation will be bigger and better than the first one.

A meeting with the graduating class was held at Abaco Central High School at 2 p.m. on Saturday September 8. Shyrnal Williams and Cleveland Dawkins are the class graduation coordinators. Ms. Williams gave an update on all of the activities leading up to graduation day.

A Health Drive will take place on October 13 which will include a walk-a-thon, souse out and pressure checks at the BAIC Park in Marsh Harbour. The route will take them from the BAIC Park to the airport round-a-bout and back. Tickets will be on sale for chicken, pig feet and mutton souse. Drinks will also be on sale.

This event is a fundraiser for the class graduation. The event is scheduled to begin around 9 a.m. The church service will be held on October 28 at Full Gospel Assembly at 11 a.m. followed by a luncheon at Touch of Class. Photos were done by Abaco Photos. The students are now finalizing their booklet, sizes for their robes, and other completing classes. At their next meeting with coordinator Sharon Rolle, the valedictorian, salutatorian, and collegian will be named.

About Bradley Albury

Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

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