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Commencement Exercises at Salvation Army Crestmont College 2010

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Cadet Kelly Pensebene

Cadet Kelly Pensebene

The 89th Class of Salvation Army cadets (trainees) graduated from Crestmont College this morning! Twenty-seven men and women completed their studies are are deemed ready for service in our Army.

Earning a two-year Associates Degree, they are the newly minted Salvation Army officers (pastors) that will be sent into communities all over the Western United States later this summer to lead the Army’s worship and social service ministries.

After a weekend of festivities, on Sunday each cadet will be commissioned as an officer, made a Lieutenant in The Salvation Army and given their ministry assignment.

We congratulate them and ask God to bless their work for Him and for the communities they’ll serve.


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