|Penta holds GED graduation|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 01 June 2013 09:00|
Penta Career Center's Adult Education Division held its annual Adult Basic and Literacy Education graduation ceremony on Wednesday.
More than 200 ABLE students received their General Educational Development diplomas this year through Penta; seventy earned theirs Wednesday.
The GED is the Ohio High School Equivalence diploma for adults who did not finish high school.
Several of those graduates were from Wood County, including Tiffany Benedict, Gary Bennett, Nicole Brough, Prince Burton, Daniel Delgado, Alicia Harden, Caela McKenzie, Eloise Monica Rowe, Mylena Salas, Cortney Wright and Ashley York.
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