A heartfelt thanks from NVSS

On behalf of the parents of the NVSS Graduation Class of 2012

Editor

On behalf of the parents of the NVSS Graduation Class of 2012 I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all of the community volunteers who assisted in many ways over the June 15/16th weekend so that the Grand March and Commencement events proceeded as usual and were thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended.

It was the wish of everyone involved in this celebration that all aspects were attended to and carried out as they have been every other year and this is exactly what happened. This was very much appreciated by the students and their families.

The graduation celebrations are truly a community event. You only had to look at the crowds filling the seats/ bleachers, the impressive list of scholarships that were awarded to our graduates and the generous donations of individuals and businesses towards our Dry Grad event. Our students are very lucky to have this support.

Sincerely,

Heather Ferris

 

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