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Great News for McKenzie - Carroll Lake WILL BE Repaired

Dwight Hensley Chief Engineering Division answers questions regarding Carroll Lake. (L-R) Hensley, Kurt Holbert of Decaturville, David Watson, of Look Out Mountain, Connie King of Clarksville. (Cheryl Allen photo)

Paris, Tenn - Friday morning with an early meeting of the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency at Holly Fork Shooting Complex in Paris, Alan Peterson, Region 1 Manager and Dwight Hensley, Chief Engineering Division brought to the commissioners the need to repair Carroll Lake from the damages the lake received during the flooding in June 2014.

Mr. Hensley explained to the commissioners that FEMA will cover the expenses to fix 1 of the 2 gates that were damaged from the flooding. Hensley stated that there is $60,000 in the budget to help with repairs but were requesting the additional $51,956.00 so the entire lake and can be restored.

(L-R) Carroll County Mayor Kenny McBride, McKenzie Mayor Jill Holland, partially hidden State Rep. Andy Holt, and Carroll County Chamber President Brad Hurley, awaiting to hear the decision concerning Carroll Lake. (Cheryl Allen photo)

Fisheries Management Committee Chair person David Watson questioned why FEMA would only cover 1 of the 2 damaged gates at the spillway. He explained that in research FEMA claimed that the repairs fell under a “maintenance related issue” but he has never seen anything factual to where that could be backed up. He stated that all records of inspections of the spillway and gates, nothing was ever noted supporting the issue of the gates damage being “maintenance related issue”. Watson stated that “FEMA has wobbley legs when it comes to this issue”.

The Committee passed the request to restore the lake and asked that a letter of appeal be sent to FEMA, requesting that they also repair both gates instead of just one.

Chair person Watson stated to Carroll County Mayor Kenny McBride, that any help he can be on this situation (Appealing FEMA) would be greatly appreciated. Watson stated to McBride as well as McKenzie City Mayor Jill Holland and Carroll County Chamber of Commerce President Brad Hurley, and State Representative Andy Holt that the working relationship with Carroll County is very highly thought of, working together to get things done, and being handled in such a professional manner, speaks very highly of people in West Tennessee. State Rep.

Andy Holt thanked the commissioners for the way they have treated Carroll County with respect and much consideration, and has not gone unnoticed. The amount of $113,000.00 will be used to repair Carroll Lake and construction will begin later this year.

(Friday, April 24th)

TWRA Meets in Paris - Carroll Lake on Agenda

Spillway at Carroll Lake June 2014 (Cheryl Allen photo)

Paris, Tenn - Today the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission Committee will be meeting at 9 am at Holly Fork Shooting Complex in Paris to give an update on Carroll Lake. Carroll Lake has been closed since the flooding that resulted in damage to the gates at the spillway in June 2014.

Alan Peterson Region 1 Manager and Dwight Hensley Chief Engineering Division will be present at the meeting speaking on behalf of Carroll Lake. Those on the Fisheries Management Committee that are expected to be at the meeting are David Watson, Connie King, Jeff McMillin, Chad Baker, Kurt Holbert and Harold Cannon.

This meeting of the TWRA is open to the public and the public is urged to attend. Holly Fork Shooting Complex is located at 5311Hwy 79 East in Paris.

McKenzie TCAT Students Attend SkillsUSA in Chattanooga

Photo Courtesty McKenzie TCAT

TCAT McKenzie carried 19 competitors to SkillsUSA competition in Chattanooga this week.  Of those 19, 13 received medals.

Gold Medals presented to:
  Ronald Gilbert, (HVAC student), for Major Appliance Repair
  Justin Page, Jason Mercer and John Billingsby, (HVAC Students)-for Community Service

Silver Medals presented to:
  Jason Lyles, (Welding student), for Job Demonstration
  Stephen Jennette, (Welding student), for Welding

Bronze Medals presented to:
  Jacob Cunningham, (Automotive student) for Automotive
  Brandon Perry (HVAC), Michael Johnson (CIT), Anika Reynolds (CIT), Chaston Nolen (Welding) and Keeanu Cox (Welding) for The Quiz     Bowl.

TCAT McKenzie is also proud to present, Justin Page, HVAC student, who was elected as a SkillsUSA State Officer during Leadership Training in November.  Justin and fellow state officers were in charge of setting up and awarding the medals.

Anderson Brothers Tires Opens in McKenzie

(Photo Courtesy City of McKenzie)

McKenzie, Tenn - The City of McKenzie and the McKenzie Business Association welcomed yet another new business to the area on Wednesday afternoon. Anderson Brothers Tires celebrated their grand opening and ribbon cutting with a good welcoming crowd on hand.

Anderson Bros. Tires offers pick up and delivery for those unable to come to the business, as well as tires, rotation, balance, oil changes, and minor repairs. Anderson Bros. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday 7am – 5 pm and Saturday 7am – 12:00pm. They are located at 126 Oak Street in McKenzie and can be reached at 731- 393-0200.

Cookout for St. Jude in Huntingdon May 2nd

Huntingdon, Tenn - The members of the Huntingdon TN Fire & Rescue will be having a hamburger and hotdog cookout fundraiser for St. Jude's Childrens Hospital on Saturday May 2nd from 10a.m. to 1p.m. on the parking lot at Cash Savers grocery store on East Main St. here in Huntingdon.  For $6 you can get a delicious grilled hamburger or hot dog, chips and a drink, and the satisfaction of knowing you made a contribution to a truly worthy cause. Please come by and support our firemen in their efforts to help others.

Reminder: Cookout for Wounded Warriors in McKenzie

McKenzie, Tenn - Casey’s General Store in McKenzie will be hosting an event for the Wounded Warrior Project on Saturday April 25th from 10 am to 2 pm in the parking lot of the store. Grilled Hot dogs and hamburgers will be served with 100% of all proceeds to go to Wounded Warriors.

WBFF Grand Parade Today at 10am

Paris, Tenn - The World's Biggest Fish Fry Parade begins this morning at 10am in Paris. The parade route will begin at Ogburn Park and make its way down East Wood Street onto Fairground Road.

Paris Police Chief Chuck Elizondo wants to remind people that

No bikes, ATVs, skateboards, mini bikes, are allowed on the parade route unless part of the parade or authorized by the Jaycees, EMS, Rescue Squad, and Law Enforcement.

No pets unless part of the parade, no candy thrown from parade entrants, but it may be carried to them, no poppers to be sold or thrown on parade route.

Private drives are to be kept clear of parking and vehicles need to be moved as soon as the parade ends or they will be towed.

Vendors must have a permit to sell on the parade route and backpacks will be checked for content on the route.

(Thursday, April 23rd)

Heroes With A Cause

Huntingdon, Tenn - The members of the Huntingdon TN Fire & Rescue will be having a hamburger and hotdog cookout fundraiser for St. Jude's Childrens Hospital on Saturday May 2nd from 10a.m. to 1p.m. on the parking lot at Cash Savers grocery store on East Main St. here in Huntingdon.  For $6 you can get a delicious grilled hamburger or hot dog, chips and a drink, and the satisfaction of knowing you made a contribution to a truly worthy cause. Please come by and support our firemen in their efforts to help others.

Tenn. Legislature Votes To Outlaw Speed Cameras

Nashville, Tenn -- On Wednesday, the Tennessee General Assembly voted to outlaw unmanned speed cameras used to issue traffic tickets. Followed by a 29:1 Senate vote in favor of the ban, the House voted 74:16:1. 

"My office has received thousands of phone calls and emails in support of this legislation from across the state. The outcry from the public is palpable. I was really honored to have more than thirty co-sponsors on this legislation. Especially Senate sponsor Todd Gardenhire," said HB1372 chief sponsor Rep. Andy Holt (R-Dresden).

Multiple judges from across the country have thrown out traffic camera tickets due to their unconstitutional nature. 

"Tennesseans are tired of having their constitutional right to face their accuser sold to private out-of-state companies." 

The original intent of the bill was to outlaw red light cameras and speed cameras. However, the bill was stripped of some of its elements through the committee process. Currently, the ban only outlaws speed cameras. However, school zones and a s-curve roads will still be able to utilize the cameras.

Holt says he will continue to work towards outlawing red light cameras next year. 

"It's very rare that you get everything you want. However, I am really happy that we were able to take a step in the right direction. We're not going to quit fighting for our constituents' rights."

Proponents of the cameras argue that they are a safety measure. However, Holt says the evidence proves otherwise.

"The truth is, almost all studies showing that cameras improve safety are sponsored by the very companies and municipalities that make millions of dollars off of them. Virtually every non-biased, peer reviewed study shows that the cameras actually have either a negative effect, or no change at all regarding safety. At best, the evidence is inconclusive. Regardless, we have to realize that we cannot sell our rights for the guise of safety."

HB1372 awaits Governor Bill Haslam's signature. 

Area Citizen Named Educator of the Week

Jackson, Tenn - Humboldt High School Junior and Senior English teacher, Ryan Thomas was nominated for Tennessee Education Lottery Educator of the Week on WBBJTV 7 in Jackson. Mr. Ryan Thomas is originally from Henry, and is the son of Ann Peebles Thomas and the late Danny Thomas. Ryan has taught in the Henry County School System before accepting a position at Humboldt High School. Congratulations Ryan Thomas!!!

Tennessee General Assembly Pass Bill Banning State Enforcement of Federal Gun Laws

Nashville, Tenn - Last week, both chambers of the Tennessee General Assembly voted to pass a bill that would block the state from participating in the implementation and enforcement of federal gun control measures that violate Tennessee’s Constitution.

House sponsors State Rep. Terri Lynn Weaver (R-Lancaster), State Rep. Andy Holt (R-Dresden) and State Rep. Bryan Terry (R-Murfreesboro) were joined by more than a dozen more co-sponsors in the House and Senate.

“I’m from the cut that there is no need for Washington DC to be the end all and be all with regards to the regulatory world, “said Weaver. “We should respect our 10th Amendment and shift the power back to the states and that’s what House Bill 1341 does.”

HB1341’s summary states, “No public funds, personnel, or property may be used to enforce any federal law or regulation that regulates the ownership, use, or possession of firearms, ammunition, or firearms accessories, if the expenditure or use of the personnel or property would result in the violation of another Tennessee statute, Tennessee common law, or the Constitution of Tennessee.”

“Tennessee just stood up to the federal government in a big way. Citizens and state legislators from across the country need to understand the impact of what we just did,” said Holt. “A little known tool called anti-commandeering doctrine has been upheld by the Supreme Court for more than 180 years. It allows states to opt-out of enforcement of any and all federal laws. Most people do not know that states are, for the most part, complicit in the enforcement of federal laws that usurp our constitutional rights. The fact is, without state assistance, the federal government doesn’t have the resources to enforce all of their regulations and laws. The Court has been very clear. We do not have to comply, so we won’t. We have had enough.”  

The proposal to block federal gun control measures prevailed unanimously (30 to 0) in the Tennessee Senate and by a vote of 74 to 20 in the state’s House of Representatives.

Newly elected State Rep. Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro) says his constituents are overwhelmingly in favor of the legislation.

“Tennesseans are drawing a line in the sand,” said Terry. “This type of legislation has been upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States in Prigg v. Pennsylvania (1842), New York v. United States (1992), Printz v. United States (1997) and Independent Business v. Sebelius (2012). Each time the Court ruled that states are not to be coerced, responsible, or required to enforce a single federal law, regardless of constitutionality. If the feds want to enforce the law, they can come here and do it themselves. We won’t be using tax payer dollars to usurp the constitutional rights of our citizens.”

The bill is waiting for a signature from Governor Bill Haslam. 

IPRA Rodeo Tonight at HC Fairgrounds

Paris, Tenn - Tonight’s activities for the World’s Biggest Fish Fry in Paris is not only the fish tent opening at 5 pm with all you can eat fish and all the fixings for $12 and for ages 6-12 $8, but at 7:30pm the IPRA Rodeo. Tonight is AT&T Family Night and admission is $5.00 and children under the age of 6 is free with a paying adult.

Reminder: McKenzie City Wide Yard Sale in May-Deadline Friday to be on Map

McKenzie, Tenn - Its getting to be that time of year again to get rid of all the clutter, things you haven’t used in the last six months and the clothes you no longer wear with the spring McKenzie city wide yard sale on May 1st & 2nd . Call City Hall @ 352-2292 to get your name on the yard sale map; last day to call is April 24th . Maps will be ready by April 29th .


(Wednesday, April 22nd)

TN Legislature Votes to Repeal Common Core

NASHVILLE, April 21, 2015-- Yesterday, in a bipartisan vote, the Tennessee House of Representatives voted unanimously (97:0) to repeal Common Core. The Tennessee State Senate will take up the measure today, and is expected to pass the bill. 

"This legislation is a template for all states to begin a much needed journey of separation from federally generated standards and an invitation to embrace each states' own constitutionally delegated authority to serve its citizens at its own will," said HB1035 chief sponsor Rep. Billy Spivey (R-Lewisburg). "As our founders and God surely intended."

HB1035 reads, in part, "WHEREAS, these new Tennessee academic standards shall be adopted and fully implemented in Tennessee public schools in the 2017–2018 school year, at which time the previously adopted set of standards shall be rescinded."

"I set out on a mission to do everything in my power to repeal Common Core in State of Tennessee this year," said HB1035 chief co-sponsor Rep. Andy Holt (R-Dresden). "In addition to repealing Common Core, this bill puts even more control back in the hands of families, local schools and the State of Tennessee, which is exactly where it belongs."

HB1035 also increases accountability by mandating that all standards committee appointees be confirmed by the House of Representatives and Senate. 

"Both Democrats and Republicans in my district are strongly against Common Core," said co-sponsor Rep. Bryan Terry (R-Murfreesboro)." I am proud to have had the opportunity to amend this legislation in order to ensure that the was indeed to completely rescind Common Core from the State of Tennessee. Tennessee families, teachers and legislators will now be able to create their own standards, and for that I am thankful."

Bethel U Takes 3rd, Murray State 4th in Collegiate Bass Open

Cabela photo

San Antonio, Texas- Bethel University took home third place and Murray State University grabbed 4th in the Collegiate Bass Fishing Open this past weekend at Lake Chickamauga, finishing behind Northern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky.

Weather conditions were foggy and rainy on the last day of the tournament, but Bethel came from a 6 pound deficit from the Day 1 leader finishing with a total of over 35 pounds of fish. Bethel earned $500 in Cabela’s Gift Cards and $400 in cash.

Northern Kentucky finished with over 45 lbs. of fish, beating Kentucky who finished 2nd by almost 9 lbs. Northern Kentucky was awarded $1K in Cabela’s Gift Cards and $1K in cash. Kentucky was awarded $700 in Cabela’s Gift cards and $300 in cash along with $500 from Costa, $250 from the Association of Collegiate Anglers and free hoodies from G2 Gemini Jerseys.

Murray State caught 32.05 lbs of bass earning them $400 worth of Cabela’s Gift Cards, $300 in cash, $500 Yamaha Contingency and $250 Cabela’s Contingency.

Rounding out the Top Ten in the Collegiate Fishing Open were Middle Tennessee State University, Mississippi State University, Kennesaw State University, McKendree University, Murray State’s 2nd team, and the University of North Alabama.

Henry Board Passes Beer Sales Ordinance On 1st Reading

Board members in Henry discuss the beer ordinance. (Tim Alsobrooks photos)

Henry, Tenn.- The city of Henry Mayor and Board of Alderman met on Tuesday and passed the beer sales ordinance on first reading by a 3-1 vote. Yes votes were cast by Mayor Michael Gross, and aldermen Faye Lowery and Karl Koch. Alderman Joe Qualls voted no and Alderman Cindy Rainey was absent at Tuesday's meeting.

Mayor Michael Gross brought up the first reading of the sale of packaged beer ordinance once again after the board has voted it down a couple of times. He said the ordinance bans all per drink sales and prohibits drinking beer on the premises of any store that sales beer. The ordinance only allows packaged sales.

Alderman Karl Koch made a motion to pass the ordinance and Alderman Faye Lowery seconded. Discussion then ensued with Lowery saying this has been the hardest issue to deal with beer sales. She said even though I worry about someone buying beer and drinking and driving in the city I feel like we can no longer go without the revenue. The beer sales ordinance will come up for 2nd reading at May's board meeting.

Mayor Gross said currently only one venue has the possibility to sell beer but if the city looks at rezoning that number could change with possible future expansion of venues that could sale beer.

Henry Hires Three Part Time Workers Tuesday Night

Three part time employees were hired Tuesday night by the Henry board. Police Chief David Andrews discussed the hiring of Kevin Gloss as a new part time police officer. He currently works as an EMT in Stewart County and has previous law enforcement experience. He will be working 20 hours per week at night.

Bruce Galler, a retired New York officer, lives in Henry now, was hired as a part time radar operator for the city. He will work 10-20 hours per week.

James Wells was hired as a temporary part time Public Works employee. The position is available but if current part time Public Works employee comes back the position would be eliminate. Wells also serves as a volunteer fire fighter in Henry. He will work about 30 hours a week.

The board discussed a winter sewer charge limit to help citizens out with bills in the winter. City recorder Sonya Clayton ran the numbers and it showed about 35% of the customers would benefit based on what they used during the December thru April billing. It would cost the city over $900 per year to cap bills during the winter time as they do for swimming pools duringduring the summer. Mayor Gross said for now finding that near $1K in the budget is very hard to do. Alderman Karl Koch said it would be nice to give citizens a break during those months to allow them to use water to clean houses and cars without a big water bill. The board decided to continue to look for ways to make this a possibility in the future.

Water Leak and Swimming Pool Ordinance Revised in Henry

Henry Mayor Michael Gross reads the updated Water Leak and Swimming Pool Ordinance as Alderman Faye Lowery listens. (Tim Alsobrooks photo)

Henry, Tenn.- The Henry board passed the first reading of the water leak and swimming pool ordinance which repeals the old ordinance and allows the city to give citizens who experience a leak over two billing cycles an adjustment on their bill once in a 12 month period. The original ordinance allows for an adjustment on one billing cycle but not two. Alderman Lowery questioned the filling of swimming pools during the summer. Citizens are charged for the water in swimming pools but not on the sewer.

Discussion about filling up swimming pools was allowed for adjustments but watering gardens did not allow for adjustments on sewer bills. Board members also questioned why the leak adjustment and filling pools was wrapped into one ordinance. Mayor Gross said they can look at breaking the ordinance into separate ordinance.

Alderman Faye Lowery said the city wide Yard Sale will be held on May 16th and everyone is welcome to hold a yard sale. The board granted permission for citizens to set up yard sales in the city hall parking lot if they desire.

(Tuesday, April 21st)

Reports of Identity Theft Reported in Huntingdon

Huntingdon, Tenn - Officers of the Carroll County Sheriffs department were dispatched to First Bank in Huntingdon in regards to identity theft. When officers arrived they spoke with the victim who stated that someone had taken their credit card information and the account funds without their permission.

The victim had statements from First Bank showing the unauthorized use of their credit card. A total of 7 unauthorized charges were noted in the report of over $200.00 in charges.

Another victim also reported that someone had unauthorized charges to their account at First Bank as well. The charges were in excess of $500.00 and both cases are under investigation by the sheriffs department.

Theft of Property in Lavina

Huntingdon, Tenn - Deputy Kristopher Byrd of the Carroll County Sheriffs department responded to a call of a theft on Hopewell Road in Lavina. The victim stated that when he left his residence everything was in tact and upon returning home, noticed that someone had kicked in the back door and stole several items. 

The victim informed officers that their dresser drawers have been gone through an a Beretta PX4 .40 Caliber pistol was taken from a night stand that was located beside their bed. Also reported stolen was a 12 gauge shotgun, as well as two tv’s were taken from the residence.

Benefit for McKenzie Police Officer May 2nd

Kim Barker

McKenzie, Tenn - On Saturday May 2nd beginning at 4pm at Cathy’s Café located at 42 Waldren Street in McKenzie will be a benefit for Mr. Kim Barker.  A Spaghetti Dinner with salad, rolls and tea will be served for $7.00 and beginning at 5pm, there will be an auction. On March 13, 2015 Kim was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer and is currently undergoing treatment.

Tickets for the meal can be purchased at Cathy’s Café or at the time of the benefit. All proceeds will go to help with medical bills and expenses since Mr. Kim is not able to work during this time. Mr. Kim has been employed with the McKenzie Police Department since 2000. Any donations to be auctioned off can be brought by the café beginning now until May 2nd. Your help is greatly appreciated with the benefit.

Fish Fry Carnival Opens Tonight in Paris

Paris, Tenn - Tonight the carnival opens at 5pm for the Worlds Biggest Fish Fry in Paris at the Henry County Fairgrounds. Tonight is also $5.00 off armband night with a school coupon. Also tonight will be the Country Dance beginning at 7 pm, also at the fairgrounds.

(Monday, April 20th)


McKenzie, Tenn - Notice is hereby given of a special called meeting to be held by the Board of Mayor and Council of the City of McKenzie, Tennessee on Thursday; the 30th day of April 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the McKenzie Municipal Building.

The purpose of this meeting is hold a Public Hearing on the SRF Loan & Ordinance 489 (an ordinance to set the rates for water and sewer service for the City of McKenzie); Discussion/Approval on 2nd reading of Ordinance 489; Discussion/Approval on bids submitted for mower for Parks & Recreation and Discussion/Approval to vote on Resolution 15-015 (A resolution authorizing and providing for the financing of the construction of a wastewater facilities project, including authorizing the execution of applications, contractual agreements, and other necessary documents, and making certain representations, certifications, and pledges of certain revenue in connection with such financing).

All interested persons are invited to attend and comment.

62nd Annual Worlds Biggest Fish Fry in Paris

Paris, Tenn - This week in Paris the town is buzzing with activities for all ages in the celebration of the 62nd Annual Worlds Biggest Fish Fry. The main attraction will be the grand parade that will be held on Friday April 24th and will begin at 10am.The parade route will leave Ogburn park and make its way down wood street to the fairgrounds.

Tonight the activities consist of the Street Dance beginning at 7pm in downtown Paris with musical entertainment by the Ray Lewis Band. Admission is free and this event is open to the public. In case of rain, the event will be held at the pavilion at the Henry County fairgrounds.

Activities around the fish fry continue all week with the carnival beginning on Tuesday and the Fish Tent opening Wednesday and Thursday from 5-9pm and Friday and Saturday from 11am to 9pm.

Casey's Hosting Wounded Warrior Project Cookout

McKenzie, Tenn - Casey’s General Store in McKenzie will be hosting an event for the Wounded Warrior Project on Saturday April 25th from 10 am to 2 pm in the parking lot of the store. Grilled Hot dogs and hamburgers will be served with 100% of all proceeds to go to Wounded Warriors. The Bethlehem Baptist Church Mission Group of Henry and members of Flex Fitness will be doing the grilling, so come on out and help support Casey’s General Store and the Wounded Warriors.

TN Unemployment Decreases for March

Nashville- Tennessee Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips announced today the Tennessee preliminary unemployment rate for March was 6.3 percent, three-tenths of one percentage point lower than the February revised rate of 6.6 percent. The U.S. preliminary rate for March was 5.5 percent, unchanged from the prior month.

Economic Summary

  • Over the past year, Tennessee's unemployment rate declined from 6.4 percent to 6.3 percent while the national rate declined from 6.6 percent to 5.5 percent.
  • Total nonfarm employment decreased 4,400 jobs from February to March. The largest decreases occurred in accommodation/food services, trade/transportation/utilities, and mining/logging/construction.
  • Over the year, nonfarm employment increased 49,300 jobs. The largest increases occurred in trade/transportation/utilities, professional/business services, and education/health services.

McKenzie City Wide Yard Sale in May

McKenzie, Tenn - Its getting to be that time of year again to get rid of all the clutter, things you haven’t used in the last six months and the clothes you no longer wear with the spring McKenzie city wide yard sale on May 1st & 2nd . Call City Hall @ 352-2292 to get your name on the yard sale map; last day to call is April 24th . Maps will be ready by April 29th .



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Final Blood Drive for School Year at McKenzie

McKenzie, Tenn - McKenzie High Schools final LIFELINE blood drive of the year will be Thursday, April 30, in the library from 8:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.  You must be 17 years old to donate, and all students who donate here at school must have a signed permission slip from a parent or guardian.  Seniors:  you must donate three times this school year to earn the “Red Cord” to wear at graduation. 







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