Manchester Community College graduates told ‘speak your minds’
Class Marshal Deana Nicoletti leads in graduates of Manchester Community College, held at St. Anselm College’s Sullivan Arena Wednesday. (Kathy Remillard Photo)
Paul Holloway, a trustee of the Community College System of New Hampshire, urged students to get involved in their communities.
Holloway reminded students to thank those who supported their educational goals.
“Thank you — they’re very important words, and they mean a lot to the people who hear them,” he added.
He urged students not to be complacent, to seek opportunity and to learn as much as they can.
“Start here, and go far,” he said. “Destiny is not by chance, but by choice.”
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