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Updated: 05/05/2014 10:49:12AM

Long SCF graduation ceremonies were over in a blink

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PHOTO PROVIDED BY PAUL VIDELA/Bradenton Herald
State College of Florida graduates fill the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota during the college's spring graduation ceremony on Friday.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY PAUL VIDELA/Bradenton Herald
State College of Florida graduates fill the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota during the college's spring graduation ceremony on Friday.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY PAUL VIDELA/Bradenton Herald
State College of Florida A.A. and A.S. in criminal justice graduate Michael Paul Paine is silhouetted against a column of lights before the start of the college's spring graduation ceremony Friday at the Van Wezel.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY PAUL VIDELA/Bradenton Herald
SCF graduates file into the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota at the start of the college's spring graduation ceremony on Friday.

SUN PHOTO BY CHEYENNE EMRICH

North Port City Commissioner Rhonda DiFranco, left, hands an oversized key to and congratulates new Habitat for Humanity homeowner Cordalane Solomon. Solomon also was joined by her sons, Jovan and Jayland, while the home was being blessed during the ceremony at Rockman Street.

SUN PHOTO BY CHEYENNE EMRICH

Habitat volunteer Bill Croteau dishes out cake for the three families and their guests who had home dedications Saturday in North Port. Celebrated homeowners were Rachaul Bermudez, Cordalane Solomon and Scott Hemp. Habitat for Humanity of South Sarasota County also celebrated its 100th home built during the ceremony.

By CARL MARIO NUDI

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SARASOTA — The 2014 spring graduating class of State College of Florida sat in the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall on Friday night through all the speeches and award presentations, waiting for their names to be called.

Then when each one heard his or her name — so formal: first, middle, last — it was a short walk across the stage, a quick photo with SCF president Carol Probstfeld, and it was over in a blink.

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