Thirty students from several Wiregrass counties are looking to futher their educational opportunities.
The Youth Enrichment Services Program held its sixth-annual G.E.D. graduation ceremony at the EOCC Enterprise campus.
The program better known by its initials "YES" is an Alabama workforce development initiative for out-of-school youth.
The graduates are from Coffee, Covington, Dale and Geneva counties.
The objective is for the G.E.D. graduate to further his or her educational career.
U.S. Army Captain Travis Hall stationed at Fort Rucker and who is a 1990's G.E.D. graduate gave the keynote address.
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