COOPERSTOWN- The rainy forecast did not stop hundreds from attending the 139th annual commencement ceremony for Cooperstown Central School. On Sunday, 73 graduates walked across the stage and received their diplomas.
“Definitely means a lot with all of my family here,” said graduate Heidi Edmond.
Among all of the students who graduated, over 50 scholarships were granted to help students and their future endeavors. Students told WKTV this day was bittersweet for them.
“These kids we have grown up with our whole lives,” said graduate Kelly Mooney. “It is just a great end to an era to be with everyone for just one final moment.
This year's ceremony was held at the Fenimore Art Museum.
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