Niagara Gazette


November 7, 2012

Veterans Day getting off to an early start


Niagara Gazette — “The GI Bill coupled with NCCC’s Yellow Ribbon program enable a number of veterans to attend college with 100 percent of their tuition covered,” he said. “Without these programs, many of our veterans would not be in a position to advance their education. The programs we offer at NCCC make it much easier for a veteran student to achieve their educational goals.” The Veterans Day ceremony is open to the public. Refreshments will be served immediately after the ceremony in the Notar Administration Building lobby.

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