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BIGGEST BACCLAUREATE


BIGGEST BACCLAUREATE It was the largest baccalaureate service in recent years Sunday as more than 50 graduating RHS seniors filed into First Christian Church in their caps and gowns. That’s almost half the 114 seniors who will graduate at Tiger Field on June 4. Rev. Jack Chelf, pastor of First Baptist Church, delivered the address and local attorney LeAnn Wilde, a ventriloquist, presented a challenge to the graduates, assisted by her dummy “Russell.” Photo courtesy Karen Muston BIGGEST BACCLAUREATE It was the largest baccalaureate service in recent years Sunday as more than 50 graduating RHS seniors filed into First Christian Church in their caps and gowns. That’s almost half the 114 seniors who will graduate at Tiger Field on June 4. Rev. Jack Chelf, pastor of First Baptist Church, delivered the address and local attorney LeAnn Wilde, a ventriloquist, presented a challenge to the graduates, assisted by her dummy “Russell.” Photo courtesy Karen Muston

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