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Old 05-06-2012, 06:43 PM
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Congratulations to all of the new graduates at UAH. I was very impressed with the commencement exercises yesterday. Ambassador Peter Ammon gave an excellent speech that addressed both the past and future of UAH and its graduates.

Please forgive a proud parent for being a bit braggy, but our kids previously earned their bachelor's degrees from UAH, and now we have a newly minted M.S.E. They believe they were well prepared for their current careers by their UAH education. I hope their fellow grads are as pleased.

By the way, thanks for the earlier restaurant suggestions. I haven't yet heard where the group of friends went last night, but the family lunch time celebration was at Grille 29 and it was excellent. We plan to go again soon.
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