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BHS student picked for All-State Band
BHS student picked for All-State Band

BUNN -- For Jacob Stephens, music has always played a big role in his life. The talented percussionist and Bunn High School senior has spent his entire high school career striving for excellence so that he may perform in the prestigious North Carolina All-State Honors Band Concert.
Very soon, Stephens' hard work will pay off.
The All-State Honors Band will perform on May 1 in Memorial Hall at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill and Stephens will be playing the snare drum among the best high school musicians in the state.


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VGCC's 'Basic Skills' graduation speakers named
Melissa Elliott
VGCC's 'Basic Skills' graduation speakers named

HENDERSON -- Vance-Granville Community College will hold commencement exercises dedicated exclusively to new graduates of Adult Basic Skills programs on Thursday, May 5. The ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. in the Civic Center on the college's Main Campus in Vance County.
Those being honored at the ceremony will include students who have completed either the Adult High School Diploma program or the High School Equivalency program in the past year.


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<i>Louisburg College names Commencement Week speakers</i>
Dr. Jennifer Copeland
Louisburg College names Commencement Week speakers

LOUISBURG -- The president of a local environmental technology company and the executive director of the North Carolina Council of Churches will be the featured speakers during Commencement week activities at Louisburg College, May 5-6.
Approximately 140 students are expected to receive degrees.
Jason Williams, president and CEO of PRTI in Franklinton, will deliver the Commencement address at 11 a.m., Friday, May 6, in the Jones Performing Arts Center (JPAC) on campus.


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