Boast About Graduates on 'Patch' For Free

Whether you've got a preschool grad, a college grad or somewhere in between, brag about the feat right here on Eureka-Wildwood Patch for free.

Graduation season is a time when families come together to honor those that have worked so hard to move on to the next chapter in life.

Whether it's your preschooler progressing to kindergarten, a high schooler heading to college, your college senior heading out into the real world, or your grandmother getting her G.E.D., you can brag about it for FREE on Eureka-Wildwood Patch.

First, make sure you are a registered user of Patch. If you aren't, click on "Sign Up" in the top right corner of the Home page. You will just need to submit your email address and then you create your own private password. Once you are logged in, click http://eureka-wildwood.patch.com/announcements/new

Let your grad know how proud you are and tell him or her a special message.

You can add photos of your graduate to make the post really special. Do you have old home video of your grad? Add it and show how much they've grown up.

When you're done, click "Post My Announcement."

Send the link to all your friends and family so they can share in your proud moment. Or simply choose the feature called "Post on Facebook Page" and Patch directly will share your announcement on your Facebook page for you.

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Layla Azmi Goushey May 21, 2012 at 12:22 PM
I was at St. Louis Community College's graduation ceremonies yesterday at Scottrade Center. I was a faculty marshall for the event. As I sat there with the graduates, I could see the joy and happiness they and their family members had at reaching an educational milestone by completing their associate degrees or certificates. By completing those degrees, they have improved themselves, their career prospects and they have strengthened their communities by develping their talents and abilities. Congratulations, STLCC graduates and to all graduates during this happy season.


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