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WBC commencement set for Saturday

(Source: KAIT-TV) (Source: KAIT-TV)
WALNUT RIDGE, AR (KAIT) -

An estimated 90 graduates will receive their diplomas when Williams Baptist College holds its 2016 commencement on Saturday, May 7.

The graduation ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. in the Southerland-Mabee Center.

Dr. Heather Moore, a 2003 WBC graduate, will be the commencement speaker. She is a doctor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Services in Little Rock and is a member of the Williams Board of Trustees.

R.J. Platz, a graduating senior from Lake City, will deliver the student perspective.

WBC's Golden Eagles, alumni who attended Williams 50 or more years ago, will also be honored at the ceremony and will march in with this year's graduates.

The graduation ceremony is open to the public.

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