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DWU Commencement, baccalaureate services announced.

Dakota Wesleyan University will hold Commencement ceremonies at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 7, at the Corn Palace, Mitchell. Dusty Johnson, Mitchell, will address the 236 graduates. Johnson is vice president of consulting at Vantage Point Solutions, Mitch...

Dusty Johnson
Dusty Johnson

Dakota Wesleyan University will hold Commencement ceremonies at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 7, at the Corn Palace, Mitchell.

Dusty Johnson, Mitchell, will address the 236 graduates. Johnson is vice president of consulting at Vantage Point Solutions, Mitchell, and a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives seat.

Baccalaureate services will be held at 7 p.m Saturday, May 6, at the Sherman Center on DWU campus with the Rev. Eric Van Meter, campus pastor giving the welcome and baccalaureate message. The services will also include a hooding ceremony.

Honorary degrees will be given to Dennis Kaemingk and John Clarke, both of Mitchell.

Kaemingk has spent his life in public service to his community and state. He will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Law degree.

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Clarke spend his entire career building a successful business while working to make his community a better place to live. An honorary Doctor of Business Administration will be bestowed on Clarke.

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