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Class of 2009 celebrates 50th graduation for Hudson Catholic

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Hudson – Members of the Hudson Catholic High School (HCHS) Class of 2009 pose for photographs following the Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation Ceremony celebrated May 22 at St. Michael Church. Forty-six diplomas were presented.

The Rev. John Mulloy, who was the parish pastor from 1991 through 1996, was invited to lead the ceremony. Mulloy noted it was an evening of "mixed emotions." The occasion celebrated the 50th class to graduate from HCHS. However, on March 30, the current leadership of the parish and the Archdiocese of Boston announced that the school will close at the end of this school year due to increased expenses and decreased enrollment.

Above: Class President Brittany Ferrecchia awaits the start of the graduation ceremony, which began with her welcoming address. Above: Class President Brittany Ferrecchia awaits the start of the graduation ceremony, which began with her welcoming address. Right: Charles Tocci and Emily Barrett are each given the Spirit Award, which goes to students chosen by their classmates. Right: Charles Tocci and Emily Barrett are each given the Spirit Award, which goes to students chosen by their classmates.

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