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Penn. Community College Graduates Cadet Class

November 17, 2011  | 

The Harrisburg Area Community College graduated its 100th class of police recruits of 30 men and one woman on Thursday, reports The Patriot-News.

For the cadets who will graduate today, the past 20 weeks have been tough—long hours full of classwork and fitness workouts, firearms instruction and a series of must-pass tests.


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