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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

More than 200 students earned their Associate degrees from Darton tonight

Hundreds of parents and friends were at Cavalier Arena to show their support.

Health care fields continue to be among the most popular majors with the greatest demand in the workforce.

Debbie Broderick earned her Physical Therapy Assistant Degree.

"It is a relief for me and my family Like I said just circumstances led me to go back to school. It was a bittersweet moment and we have sacrificed a lot so this is not only for me, its for them," says Debbie Broderick.

Tuesday's  youngest graduate was 19-years old. The oldest graduate was 65.

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