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Posted: May 22, 2010 10:09 p.m.
Updated: May 23, 2010 4:55 a.m.

Finn Kobler helps his mother, Cindy Marcus, sign her book, "Playdate," at Barnes & Noble in Valencia during a fundraiser to benefit Old Orchard Elementary School in Newhall.

Natalie Weiner
Natalie Corrine Weiner of Valencia, graduated with a B.A. degree, political science from the University of Mary Washington.

A total of 1,201 students graduated during the university's 99th commencement in a graduate ceremony on Friday, May 7 and in an undergraduate ceremony on Saturday, May 8, on the university's Fredericksburg campus. Retired Senator John H. Chichester delivered the commencement address for graduate students on Friday, May 7, and Daniel R. Wolfe, executive vice president of Worldwide Creative Operations for Universal Pictures, delivered the undergraduate commencement address on Saturday, May 8.

The university awarded 67 master of business administration degrees, 121 master of education degrees, 12 master of science in management information systems, 40 master of science in elementary education degrees, 396 bachelor of arts degrees, 40 bachelor of liberal studies degrees, 56 bachelor of professional studies degrees and 469 bachelor of science degrees.

Makaila Estrella
Makaila Estrella, a resident of Agua Dulce, has been named to the Spring 2010 Dean's Honor Roll at Kansas Wesleyan University.

Heather Smith
Heather Smith, a resident of Saugus, has been named to the Spring 2010 Dean's Honor Roll at Kansas Wesleyan University.

Michael Capric
Michael Brandon Caprio of Valencia, graduated from Becker College, with campuses in Worcester and Leicester, Mass. Caprio received a Bachelor of Science in Business Management.

U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal (D-Springfield ) gave the keynote address at Becker College's 222nd commencement ceremony, on Saturday, May 8. He has supported Becker College's efforts to bring national attention to historical resident Reverend Samuel May's significant activity in the early abolitionist movement, and has been a strong proponent for the designation of the Reverend Samuel May House as an official visitor center on the National Park Service National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.


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