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Sulphur Springs Public Library High School Graduation Set Oct. 8

Sulphur Springs Public Library High School Graduation
by Hope Cain, Librarian, Sulphur Springs Public Library

Donors, City Councilmembers, Advertisers, Supporters and Library Friends;

The Sulphur Springs Public Library is announcing the second graduation class of Career Online High School, a scholarship program designed for adults to continue their education and complete the high school requirements in conjunction with a career certification.

We would be honored for you to attend the short program on Tuesday evening October 8 at 6pm here at the library.

The event will be covered by our news outlets and Judge Brad Cummings will present the Invocation and Charles and Kenya Chaffer will present an uplifting musical selection. We will then present the graduates with their scholarships and diplomas.

I hope you will make time to attend and show your support to these Hopkins County citizens that took steps to better themselves, become productive members of our community and open a world previously closed to them. (did you know that adults without a high school diploma are only eligible for 12% of jobs in the U.S.?


If you would like to know more or donate to future scholarships, please do not hesitate to call me at the library.

Hope Cain, Director of Public Library

611 Davis Street North

Sulphur Springs, TX 75482


Librarian Hope Cain

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