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Encouragement for Mirrors graduates

The latest Mirrors graduates were celebrated this weekend, along with the programme’s volunteer staff and the parents of participants.

Youth and Families Minister Glenn Blakeney commended the graduates of the Cohort Seven course, telling them: “No-one can take away the accomplishments you have achieved during your time in the Mirrors Programme.”

At Saturday night’s ceremony, in Elliott Primary School, the Minister also warned graduates to keep vigilant as they move on from weekly coaching and monthly sessions.

“Continue to reflect and redefine what it means to be successful, as you complete high school, go on to university and engage in your career path,” he said.

The nine-month course of self-betterment was begun by 40 young people, 31 of whom graduated successfully.

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Published September 12, 2011 at 9:53 am (Updated September 12, 2011 at 9:53 am)

Encouragement for Mirrors graduates

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