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www.wmfd.com - Soon-to-be graduates of North Central State College today were treated to a celebration picnic inside and on the grounds of Kee Hall on the Mansfield campus.

   
 
 
NCSC Foundation Holds Graduates Picnic

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Soon-to-be graduates of North Central State College today were treated to a celebration picnic inside and on the grounds of Kee Hall on the Mansfield campus. North Central State College Foundation Alumni Coordinator Mary Rodriguez says this is the sixth year the foundation has sponsored the fun event for the students, faculty and staff. Graduating students had the chance to mingle with their fellow classmates and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere a day before they attend graduation ceremonies on Friday night. Nearly 300 students will make up this year's graduating class at North Central State College.

   
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