Lean on your community, graduates encouraged

Principal Whipp shares song's inspiration

By Tom Killin Dalglish
Posted 6/24/18

LITTLE COMPTON — There can few more joyous occasions for a community than the graduation of its children from school, and Wilbur & McMahon Principal Sonya Whipp drew upon this hopeful sentiment in her address to the 33 members of the school's graduating eighth grade class last Wednesday night, June 21.

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