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48 celebrated graduation from Lyndonville on Friday

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 3 July 2019 at 5:43 pm

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LYNDOVILLE – Natalie Ostrowski, valedictorian of the Class of 2019 in Lyndonville, accepts her diploma from Jason Smith, the district superintendent, during last Friday’s commencement ceremony at the school’s Stroyan Auditorium. (Courtesy of Lyndonville Central School)

The class included 48 graduates. They are pictured during the commencement program. (Courtesy of Aimee Chaffee)

These five students were all in the AVID program, which helps prepare students for college and a career.  They include from left: Natalie Ostrowski, Carlie Russo, Jonathon Scroth, Hannah Despard and Joyce Stamp. (Courtesy of Aimee Chaffee, the AVID coordinator)

Noah Heinsler accepts a  Frank B. Housel Jr. Scholarship from Darren Wilson, president of Lyndonville Area Foundation, which manages the scholarship. (Courtesy of school district)

These three are all smiles after graduation. They include Emalee Houseman, Carlie Russo and Grace Hayes. (Courtesy of school district)

Tamara Huzair, the class salutatorian, accepts one of the Frank B. Housel Jr. Scholarships from Darren Wilson, president of Lyndonville Area Foundation. (Courtesy of Daniel Hochstine and Leylah Hochstine)

These five graduates are pictured before the commencement program. (Courtesy of school district)

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