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Congratulations to the new High School and College graduates. You have your future a head of you. Make it the best and brightest. Learn from the milestones waiting ahead. Ever day will be a journey. Travel it well. You will want to share this celebration with all your friends and family. Spread the word of your big day. Graduation only comes once in your lifetime for High School and College. Perhaps more than once for the returning College student, though either way, a moment to be proud of your accomplishments. Send out some unique cards, stamps and invitations about your graduation. Enjoy some fun gift ideas too. (Intro photo is from Bjm2013 on Photobucket.)

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On May 3-4, 1996, Rockets for School program first launched in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 240 students participated in the first state-based Rockets for Schools program. NASA Administrator Dan Goldin addressed the students, along with astronaut Mark Lee. The students were briefed on their duties and the different aspects of the launch. Sheboygan, became the first inland sub-orbital launch site with about 12,000 people were in attendance. These students were a team of students from UW-Madison's engineering school. Since 1996, middle and high schools launches have involved students from Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, and Iowa. In 2001, students from Sheboygan County were involved in the first elementary rocket launch. This event provides an opportunity for students to participate in aerospace technology and rocket launches, learn about rocket construction, and perform as part of a team. For more information go to Rockers for Schools

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