LDS Seminary graduation
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Photo by Jeff Richards
Photo by Jeff Richards
A total of 24 students from the Grand County High School Class of 2012 graduated from the four-year seminary program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with a few receiving certificates of partial completion of the program. The graduation ceremony took place Sunday, May 27 at the Moab LDS Stake Center. Seminary teacher Ryan Jackman presented the class to Moab Stake President Todd Stubbs, who awarded the diplomas and certificates, assisted by the respective ward bishops of the graduates. Pictured, back row from left: Alisha Day, Tanika Lewis, Rosalie Stiles, Kevin Ballard, Caleb Holyoak, Parker Cook, Kory Sheldon, Trevin Shumway, Travis Stubbs, and seminary teacher Ryan Jackman. Middle row, from left: Emily Knowles, Brooklyn Richards, Janalee Atwood, Taylor Hamblin, Jessie Sorensen, Cassidy Gill, Rachel Garrett, Karrina Gordon, Saren Stucki, and Landen Vancil. Front row: Zak Hazlett, Garrison Call, Tyler Hugentobler, Jake Colyar, and Derrick Beddoes.

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