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Gov. Nathan Deal to speak to Paine grads

Thursday, April 18, 2013 10:41 AM
Last updated 7:32 PM
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Gov. Nathan Deal will deliver the keynote address at Paine College’s commencement ceremony in May.

“For the first time in history, a sitting governor will give the address to the graduating class,” said George Bradley, Paine’s president.

Bradley said he believes Deal’s commitment to supporting higher education and his example as a leader will motivate the graduates and inspire faulty and staff members, undergraduates and the public.

The commencement convocation will be at 9 a.m. Sunday, May 12, in the Health Education Activiites Learning Complex, 1255 Druid Park Ave.

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Riverman1
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Riverman1 04/18/13 - 10:50 am
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Reminds me of Lee Atwater and

Reminds me of Lee Atwater and Howard University.

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internationallyunknown 04/18/13 - 11:28 am
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Follow the $

So, now we know where Pain received all of their "new" money from.
Deal sure has an interest in Augusta's schools.

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Austin Rhodes 04/18/13 - 02:33 pm
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Cut the GUV a break...

...it ain't like he can show his face at the ASU or MCG graduations. It could end like the final scene of Murder on the Orient Express, rhetorically speaking, of course.

:-)

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Darby 04/18/13 - 08:34 pm
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"It could end like the final scene of

Murder on the Orient Express, rhetorically speaking, of course."

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With everyone taking a part????? That old girl could really write.

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