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ALBANY, GA - (WALB) -

4 women who graduated from Deerfield Windsor in 2007 will receive their law degrees together Saturday.

Keri McCrary, Heather Percival, Grace Conway and Kimberly Scott will receive their degrees from the University of Georgia.

They enrolled together back in 2011 and are excited to cap off their academic careers together.

"We've been knowing each other for most of our adult lives," Scott said. "It feels really great, I guess its been 20 years in the making for most of us. It's a huge relief and a lot of weight off our shoulders to know that we are finishing up."

McCrary and Conway also got their undergrad degrees from UGA. Percival and Scott graduated from Florida State.

 

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