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Graduation celebration

Thursday, May 22, 2008

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Cassville High School's 2008 commencement ceremony, which was held in the CHS gymnasium on May 18, was filled with more laughter than tears. The graduating seniors enjoyed a comical speech by salutatorian Andrew Belisle and uplifting musical performances by the senior class choir, valedictorian Kyle Mills and seniors Karen Shilling and Ryan Schlichtman. Cassville R-IV School Board President John Sullivan awarded diplomas to 154 graduates. The Class of 2008 is the largest class to graduate from Cassville High School.

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TO: MICHAEL BAKER, WE ARE ALL SO VERY PROUD OF YOU.

CONGRATULATIONS AND I LOVE YOU

GRANDMA

-- Posted by grandma howerton on Mon, May 26, 2008, at 8:07 AM

They called you Archie at school, but we know you as our little Jeremy, we are so very proud of you, continue to use the tools you learned in these 18 years and i know you will always make good choices love you mom and dad.

-- Posted by housewife17 on Tue, May 27, 2008, at 1:29 PM


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