June 5, 2004
Albany -- More than forty members of the Troy State University Class of 2004 got their diplomas Saturday.
Family and friends gathered in Albany for commencement ceremony. The graduates are students of the Alabama based school's satellite campus in Albany.
"I'm sure as a class it's has to be tremendously exciting. All of their hard work is turning into manifestation. Now they can go on with their career goals and better their lives," says spectator at the graduation.
Dr. Homer Pankey former president of Thomas University was the speaker for the commencement.
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