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FRIENDS AND family gathered at the R.E.M. Lee Theatre here May 17 to witness Northwest Community College graduation ceremonies.

NICOLE HALBAUER (Associate of Arts Degree – Criminology Specialization)

FRIENDS AND family gathered at the R.E.M. Lee Theatre here May 17 to witness Northwest Community College graduation ceremonies.

Eighty-three students from Terrace and Kitimat were recognized for their achievements.

The keynote address was given by Robert Pictou, the producer of Astral Radio and Television’s Open Connection while Martha Wilson, a social service worker diploma and associate degree in arts recipient provided the student address.

Vera Dudoward provided a welcome to the traditional territory of the Tsimshian of Kitsumkalum and also a blessing.

Greetings also came from college president Dr. Denise Henning, college First Nations Council chair Adrian Carlick and Terrace deputy mayor Stacey Tyers.

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