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May 31, 2014

PCHS seniors overcame turbulent times

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“ ... But coming from somebody who has lived with an identical twin her whole life, I’m very aware of the little things that make each person unique,” Sexton continued.  “There’s not much variation that can be seen on the outside of the graduates today, but make no mistake: Under this roof, one of the most diversely talented group of individuals is present.
“ ... I know that God is crafting our hearts in different directions according to his will,” Sexton added. “And no two graduates will have the same path to follow.” 
 
Heather Tomlinson is a staff writer for the Commonwealth Journal. She can be reached at htomlinson@somerset-kentucky.com.
 

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