Graduation scheduled for Ligonier Valley
Ligonier Valley will graduate 138 students on Friday.
The district's graduation ceremony is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Weller Field. In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will be moved to the high school auditorium.
The evening's speakers will include the valediction and salutatorian, to be announced; Daniel Palmiscno, senior class president; and L. Jill Hans, deputy secretary for Post-Secondary and Higher Education for the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Admission is by ticket only.
For more information, contact Ligonier Valley High School at 724-238-9531.
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