Class of 2022 to graduate from Monroe County Community College Friday

Monroe County Community College will hold its graduation ceremony on Friday, April 29 at the Gerald Welch Health Education Building at 6 p.m.

The 55th Opening Ceremony of Monroe County Community College will be held on Friday, April 29 at 6 a.m. at the Gerald Welch Health Education Building on MCCC Main Campus 1555 S. Raisinville Rd.

“We are looking forward to 400 graduates for the 2021-22 academic year. Of these, 113 will start participating,” said Tracy Vogue Registrar.

The main address is provided by Congressman Tim Walberg, R-Ida.

Student addresses will be given by graduating candidates Lev Cows and Presley Bergomer, both of whom will be introduced by their mentor Mark Bergomer.

Retired cooking and food service education teacher Kevin Thomas was honored with the title.

“This cultural honor is a peer-to-peer and a member of the full-time faculty of higher education and personal respect for his contribution to the institution,” said MCCC. “Developed by River Raisin Wood Carvers and carries the logo of the college.”

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