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May 22, 2013

WC to graduate on Friday

WASHINGTON — Washington Catholic High School will hold its commencement exercises at 8 p.m. Friday in the gymnasium. Following the procession and invocation, Karie Craney, principal, will make introductory remarks. The salutatory addresses by Hannah Emmons and Steven Holland will follow a musical selection by the WC Ensemble. The valedictory address will then be given by Andrea Onyett. Daryl Hagan, superintendent of Catholic Schools Diocese of Evansville, and Andrew Wibbeler, dean of students, will present graduate scholarships. Bishop Charles C. Thompson, Diocese of Evansville, Daryl Hagan and Karie Craney will then present the diplomas. 

Candidates for graduation: Bailey Ann Abel, Leah Shea Bennett, Adriana Lyn Boomershine, Nicholas Clay Boyd, Elizabeth Olivia Brochin, Fisnik Daci, Kaelani Rae Ellerman, Hannah Marie Emmons, Hilary Katherine Fields, Kyle Douglas Freyberger, Terry Ray Hill Jr., Steven Thomas Holland, Ellie Brooks Jarrett, Alexis Kay May, Christian Mitchell Neace.  Also graduating, Andrea Renee Onyett, Brendan Andrew Purdue, Ronald Colton Reed, Hazel Jayne Rodimel, Cheyanne Christina Stone, Sarah Angela Wichman and Hannah Marie Wild.

Valedictorian

Andrea Onyett is the daughter of Stephanie and Bradley Onyett. She plans to attend the University of Evansville for a degree in chemistry. Co-Salutatorians

  Hannah Emmons is the daughter of Barbara and Randy Emmons. She plans to attend Vincennes University for a degree in music. Steven Holland is the son of Peggy and Ken Holland.  He plans to attend Rose Hulman for a degree in electrical engineering.

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