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Everest College Phoenix – Mesa Campus recently celebrated the graduation of nearly 100 students. During the graduation ceremony, director of the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services, Joey Strickland, was recognized for his life-long commitment to serving his country and fellow veterans. He was awarded with an Everest College Phoenix distinguished honorary doctorate degree, doctor of humanities for public service.
The Arizona Department of Transportation’s Motor Vehicle Division is being recognized nationally after receiving top honors at the 2012 American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators conference, which took place recently in North Carolina.
Barbara Hatch, founder of the Veterans Heritage Project, which seeks to connect students with veterans, was the recipient of the Copper Sword Award on Feb. 9. Presented annually, the Copper Sword is the highest honor the AZVHOF awards to a civilian with ties to Arizona who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to help further the initiatives of veterans, patriotism and humanitarianism. It is quite a tribute this year as Arizona celebrates its centennial.
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