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CONGRATS: CCHS celebrates Class of 2013

June 15, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Tassels were turned, caps were thrown, and Columbia City High School recognized its newest graduating class Friday night in the gymnasium.

“Today is a profound passage in your life,” said Dr. Pat O’Connor, superintendent of Whitley County Consolidated Schools. “Each of you will now be on a unique journey. High school graduation marks an ending and a new beginning.”

After a few words of encouragement from O’Connor, the Class of 2013, along with family, friends and loved ones, were addressed by Salutatorian Tiffany Harber, followed by a musical performance by graduates Kirstie Crisp, Miranda Johnson and Corrine Kauffman.

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