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To all of our graduating high school seniors clad in their caps and gowns this month during graduation season, we tip our caps.
Your 13-year journey from kindergarten to high school comes to an official end this month as you hear your name called, walk across the stage, shake hands with dignitaries and receive your diploma.
For some 1,700 seniors in high schools in Whitfield and Murray counties and our local homeschool students, graduation ceremonies kicked off last week and continue through this week. North Murray got the festivities going on Friday, while our nine other high schools continue the convocations today through Saturday.
While many students will go straight into the workforce, many are headed to college or to post-secondary education. Others have joined the military and will soon depart for training.
Wherever you are headed, we congratulate our graduating students at Christian Heritage School, Coahulla Creek, Dalton, Morris Innovative, Murray, North Murray, Northwest Whitfield, Phoenix, Pleasant Valley Innovative and Southeast Whitfield. We also offer our best to our area homeschool students who are graduating.
The Daily Citizen-News pays tribute to these students with a special 28-page "Salute to Our Graduates" section in today's newspaper. In this full color edition, you'll see photographs of graduating students from our 10 high schools in Whitfield and Murray counties. We hope you enjoy seeing the smiling faces of so many proud graduates.
These graduates couldn't have done it alone. We know graduation isn't only for the graduates. Family, friends, coaches, teachers, mentors, pastors and others have all made huge impacts on the youth of Whitfield and Murray counties.
To our graduating seniors, best of luck in whatever you pursue after high school. One journey ends, another begins. Congratulations!
Wherever you are headed, we congratulate our graduating students at Christian Heritage School, tribute to these students with a special page "Salute to Our Graduates" section in today's newspaper. React to this story.
1Congratulating Someone in Person
2Going Above and Beyond
Spread the word. You can help spread the person's joy by telling other people the good news, so they can congratulate the person as well. Write a congratulatory post on Facebook, or get everyone in the office to sign a card. Before you decide to spread the word, just make sure the news is yours to share! Some people might prefer to keep good news private until they're ready to reveal it to more people.
Celebrate with a party. If your best friend got into the college of her dreams, or your colleague is moving on to greener pastures, having a party to congratulate the person is a great way to show how much you care. It doesn't have to be a giant bash - you could hold an after-work gathering at a restaurant, or invite people over for pizza to celebrate. The person you're congratulating will never forget your kind gesture!
3Handling Unique Scenarios
How can I write a congratulations message to my daughter who just graduated from medical school?
A heartfelt letter outlining her achievement and all of the work she did to accomplish it would be the best thing and more meaningful than a pre-printed card.
Why is saying congratulations important?
It's important because it shows someone that you care. You're acknowledging their achievement and telling them that you're happy for them.
How can I give a speech for a close friend who just graduated?
This is a huge milestone in their life, so first congratulate them. You could bring up some fun memories from the past to get the audience laughing. Some of the most touching speeches describe how much the graduate has changed your life positively. And be sure to paint them in the best light possible; don't embarrass them too much because it's their special day.
How do I congratulate someone on becoming a nurse?
You might just say "Congratulations on getting that job!" You can also send a card with a handwritten message.
After 40 years classmates are meeting. How do I congratulate them?
Present them with some gifts. Gift them something which might come in handy.
How do I congratulate someone on becoming a mother?
You could just write a letter or attach a gift and a congratulatory message.
How do I congratulate someone on their husband's achievement in politics?
"Congratulations on your husband's success, he is absolutely deserving of this new position, and I'm sure he will serve his post honorably. Sincerely, [your name]."
What do I do if I am running for class president and lose? Should I congratulate the opponent, and express sadness or anger?
Casually tell the opponent how disappointed you are about losing, but congratulate him/her.
How do I congratulate someone who got a scholarship?
Send them a card or shoot them a text. Give them a call or go visit them in person. You can always bring them a gift, too.
Should a man ask for permission from a woman's parents to wed their daughter?
It is not required, but could be a thoughtful gesture depending on the family and your situation.
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When you want to tell someone their life achievement is worth celebrating, it’s typical to offer a note of congratulations.
Saying ‘congratulations’ can take many forms. Sometimes, we shorten the word to simply, ‘Congrats!’ Other times, it may be more appropriate to pen a long, thorough message that showcases how proud you are.
Whatever the case—be it a finished marathon, a major promotion, a new baby, or even a small victory like pulling a grade up from a C to an A—writing a congratulations message is a fantastic way to express your feelings and give praise.
As long as you pay attention to the recipient’s milestone, your words of congratulations will let them know you truly care about their success. Who knows, your heartfelt message might just make their day!
Since we’ve been focusing on writing how-to’s all month long, here are our tips for giving hearty congratulations throughout every stage of life.
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If you’re still lost for words, these tips can make it easier to write a message of congratulations, no matter who’s on the receiving end.
1Start strong. There’s one word you can always count on as you begin singing your praises. You probably guessed it: Congratulations! By congratulating your recipient from the very start, your note will already be on target with what you want to say.
2Be personal. Everyone loves a hand-written compliment! After you say congrats, tell the recipient how proud you are of them and remind them why they deserve this. Acknowledge the specific achievement and add in some extra congratulations words.
3End with a heartfelt closing. Offer your well-wishes for their continued success or new chapter, and you’re all set!
The goal of any congratulations message is to show the recipient you care—and to make them feel extra-special! Words go a long way in expressing our deepest sentiments, and congratulatory words are no exception.
What are your favorite ways to say congratulations at every milestone?
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Say congratulations with a thoughtful message that shows how proud you are. Whether you’re congratulating a friend on a new job or a loved one on their new baby, share words that reflect your sentiment. A congratulations message can be short and sweet or long and heartfelt. You can tailor your message however you see fit as long as you acknowledge the recipient’s accomplishment or milestone. We’ve provided a few congratulations messages below to help you complete your congratulations card.
If you have a writer’s block, we’ve provided helpful tips below to make your congratulations card easier to write.
Although you’ll want to personalize your card, you can start with a simple congratulations message. Here are a few messages that can be paired together or added onto a personalized message of your own to save some time:
If a friend or family member has recently moved into a new home and you’re hoping to find the right words to congratulate them look below! You may just find the perfect words to wish them well in their new place.
Whether you’re congratulating a co-worker or wishing a friend congratulations on their new job, a simple message that sums up this exciting time in their life can help cheer them on.
Congratulate the graduate on their achievements in education by acknowledging how hard they’ve worked. You can also send them well wishes for a successful future as they take the next step in their career. Visit our guide on graduation messages and wishes for more inspiration to complete your graduation card.
The staff of KhNMU wishes you sincere greetings, good health, prosperity, stability, true friends, and realization of all the noble ideas and cherished dreams!.