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NH Jobs for America’s Graduates to honor civic leaders, graduates

February 25. 2016 6:10PM

CONCORD — Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, Manchester Memorial High School Principal Arthur Adamakos and CCA Global Partners’ co-CEO Howard Brodsky will be honored Monday at the New Hampshire Jobs for America’s Graduates Leadership Awards Event at the Grappone Conference Center.

The event, scheduled for 8 to 10 a.m., honors key people and organizations that assist in making NH-JAG, and more importantly, its students, successful.

The support of the three honorees made it possible for many New Hampshire young men and women to recognize the value of their education and pursue rewarding careers.

NH-JAG also will recognize two of its alumni,Cassaundra DePierre of Seabrook and Winnacunnet High School, and Tina Lalmond of Woodsville and Woodsville High School.

NH-JAG has served more than 17,000 young people. The goal of the program is to provide students with knowledge and hands-on experience in the workforce. It has maintained a 90 percent graduation rate among its participating students.

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