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Honoring 1963 graduates
Kaskaskia College is looking for students in the graduating class of 1963.
The college is planning a special recognition of those graduates at this year’s graduation ceremony, which is scheduled for Friday, May 17.
Individuals who are 1963 graduates or who know of someone who graduated from that class are asked to contact Cheryl Boehne, director of admissions and registration, at 545-3184 or by e-mail, email@example.com.
The deadline to contact the school with the names of graduates is April 1.
Graduation deadline set
The Kaskaskia College Admissions Office has announced the deadline for all 2013 graduates to apply for the May commencement ceremonies.
Jenna Lammers, records and registration technician, said, “All graduation applications should be submitted as soon as possible, but no later than April 1, for students to be able to fully participate in the commencement ceremony.”
This year’s graduation ceremony will be held at the main campus on Friday evening, May 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Lammers said that representatives from Oak Hall will be on the main campus April 1-4 for graduates to order cap and gowns. There is no charge to the student for participating in commencement or for the cap and gown.
Students must have completed and submitted a graduation application to be able to order from Oak Hall.
Graduation applications are available on the web, at the Welcome Center on the main campus or at any of the KC Education Centers.
For more information, contact Lammers at 545-3044 or 800-642-0859, ext. 3044; or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
KC choral concert is Thursday
The Kaskaskia Concert Choir and Community Chorale will be presenting a program of choral music on the themes of love and war at 7:30 p.m. this Thursday in the Jane Knight Auditorium.
The music will feature French language pieces by American composer Morten Lauridsen and the music of Gwyneth Walker, as well as the Civil War ballad for men’s voices, “Tenting Tonight on the Old Campground.”
The choirs will sing about emotions of love, loss and battle, and there will be a few short readings as well. The concert choir will sing a feature from “Les Miserables,” most recently made popular on the movie screen.
The concert is free and open to the public. A reception for all patrons will follow the event.