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RAA Graduation - 8th Grade

What a wonderful evening we just had at our school. We had 18 graduate from 8th grade. It was a wonderful service, and only 2 hours long. The gym was packed with family and friends, and we celebrated their accomplishements. A highlight of the meeting was Dr. Warren Ashworth, grandpa to graduate Jesse Haddad, performed Pomp and Circumstance on his ukele and his whistling lips.

Next up....the high school graduation weekend. That is a special appointment for our family, as well as our community. Our son is graduating this year, and very involved in the weekend festivities.

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