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Lyndon State College Announces December Graduates

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LYNDONVILLE -- Lyndon State College held its December Graduation to award diplomas to 48 new graduates. The afternoon ceremony was held in the Alexander Twilight Theatre. Bagpipes and drum piped the candidates into the Theatre, and during the ceremony all were entertained by the Lyndon World Drummers Ensemble. Student speaker Tyler Dumont, Class of 2015, reflected on his four years at Lyndon and reminded the students that the "wins, losses, and memories all influence and shape us as individuals." Lyndon President Joe Bertolino exhorted the graduates and audience to be "intentionally kind because we are all part of a larger community and these things matter."

The graduates are:

â?¢ Nicole Alger, of St. Johnsbury, with a degree in Elementary Education.

â?¢ Kyle Downing, of Bradford, with a degree in Social Studies -- History Concentration.

â?¢ Naomi Drown, of North Concord, with a degree in Digital Media -- Web Design.

â?¢ Fritz Fay, of St. Johnsbury, with a degree in Sustainability Studies.

â?¢ Emily Foehring, of St. Johnsbury, with a degree in Psychology.

â?¢ Dakota Fournier, of Lyndonville, with a degree in Elementary Education.

â?¢ Dale Frattaroli, of Lyndonville, with a degree in Global Studies.

â?¢ Amanda Gagnon, of East Burke, with a degree in General Studies.

â?¢ Julie Gaul, of Bradford, with a degree in Applied Psychology and Human Services,

â?¢ Amber Holden, of Newark, with a degree in Social Studies -- Global Studies Concentration.

â?¢ Danielle Koonz, of St. Johnsbury, with a degree in Social Studies.

â?¢ Lindiwe Libera, of West Burke, with a degree in Liberal Studies.

â?¢ Chelsea Smith, of Sutton, with a degree in Mathematics.

â?¢ Matthew Wells, of Sutton, with a degree in Exercise Science -- Strength and Conditioning.

â?¢ Laura Young, of St. Johnsbury Center, with a degree in Human Services.

â?¢ Rachael Zangla, of St. Johnsbury, with a degree in Psychology.

Lyndon State balances liberal arts and nationally recognized professional programs that integrate theory with hands-on experiences to prepare individuals for success. Nestled in northeastern Vermont, the college of 1,400 students is well known for its tradition of enthusiasm, community service and friendliness.

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