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Gianaris Congratulates Graduates, Attending Ceremonies across Western Queens

ASTORIA – New York State Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris attended graduation ceremonies at schools across western Queens, including P.S. 85, P.S. 122, PS 68, The Walter Reed School, P.S. 152, and P.S. 361, over the last several weeks, congratulating graduates and thanking families, teachers, and administrators for their dedication.

“Graduations are a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our children, families, and school communities and I am pleased to have the opportunity to attend these events,” said Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris. “I congratulate our students on their accomplishments and thank our teachers, administrators, and families for their hard work.”

Senator Gianaris delivered remarks at each of the graduation ceremonies and presented awards recognizing students, nominated by their schools, for contributions to their school communities.

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