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Roy Starling, Head of School at The Riverside School, at left, presents a certificate of “diploma” in appreciation of Rebecca Hill-Larsen’s six years of service as board president from 2015-2021. A mock graduation reception of gratitude was held by Riverside faculty to recognize her additional years as an active parent volunteer. She was awarded a personalized cutting board from the Board of Trustees. Rebecca is the parent of two Riverside alumni and lives in Kirby. (Courtesy photo)

Dawn Cogger, of Sheffield, is a May 8, 2021 graduate of Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minn. Dawn earned a bachelor of science degree in Technical Communication, as well as a CERT, Non-Profit Leadership Certificate. MSU celebrated its 2021 spring semester student commencement by providing graduates “commencement-in-a-box” packages and personalized photo opportunities, while holding a virtual ceremony and launching a special website. Graduates were invited to take part in a “graduate walk,” an in-person professional photo opportunity on campus May 3-5 in the Centennial Student Union Ballroom to celebrate with their guests.

ST. JOHNSBURY — Students in Sarah Callanan’s Latin classes participated in the National Latin Exam recently. Each student was required to demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of Latin grammar, vocabulary, culture, and the ability to read in Latin. The 40-question, 45-minute test also includes history, mythology, geography and common phrases and expressions.

The board of directors for the Caledonia Farmers’ Market acknowledge support of their sponsors of the 2019 season during market hours in the St. Johnsbury Welcome Center on Feb. 15 and hold a raffle in appreciation of their customers. Restaurant certificates were awarded to raffle winners. From left are Buddy Mundinger, Derek Samuels, Melanie Miller, Curtis Sjolander and Elizabeth Everts. (Courtesy Photo)