Bowling Green Mayor Bruce Wilkerson to Speak At Daymar College Graduation

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Bowling Green's Mayor, Bruce Wilkerson will be speaking at Daymar College's graduation ceremony at 7:00 PM on Friday, July 13, 2012 at Hillvue Heights Church.

Bruce Wilkerson, Mayor of Bowling Green will be the guest speaker at Daymar College’s commencement ceremony at 7:00 p.m., Friday, July 13, at Hillvue Heights Church on Nashville Road in Bowling Green.

Melva Hale, Campus President will preside over the commencement ceremony. She will confer 140 graduates for the summer 2012 class. According to Melva Hale, the campus and Mayor Wilkerson have always had a long, supportive relationship and they are very excited that he will be speaking at graduation. “Daymar College presented Bowling Green Mayor Bruce Wilkerson a hand crafted gavel to use as he was sworn in as mayor. Mayor Wilkerson while serving as chair of the Criminal Justice Advisory board brought his training and experience to the table during the development of the Criminal Justice Program for Daymar College. His contribution to the program has resulted in many graduates working in their field of study. I am very proud of our graduates, they have worked extremely hard, put in lots of hours studying and have been given the tools to have what it takes to make good things happen.”

For further information, please contact Traci Henderson at thenderson(at)daymarcollege(dot)edu or call (270) 843-6750.

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About Daymar College
Daymar College campuses are located in Albany, Bellevue, Bowling Green, Clinton, Louisville, Owensboro, Paducah, Russellville and Scottsville in Kentucky; Chillicothe, Lancaster, New Boston and Jackson in Ohio, and Rockport in Indiana. The Owensboro campus offers Associate and Bachelor degrees in programs such as Accounting Technology, Billing and Coding Specialist, Business Management, Criminal Justice, Health Care Administration, Medical Assisting, Pharmacy Technology, Business Administration, Medical Massage Therapy, Paralegal Studies, Network Support Administration, RN to BSN, Website Design, and more. Program curricula are based on the needs and demands of Kentucky employers. Daymar College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. Daymar cannot guarantee acceptance of its credits by other institutions. Acceptance of credit is determined by the receiving institution. Students who are planning to transfer credits should contact the receiving institution about its transfer credit policy. Programs vary by campus. For more useful consumer information about Daymar College, please visit us at http://www.daymarcollege.edu/disclosures.

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