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Graduation a time for S-G mom to brag a bit

Scotia-Glenville High School graduate Maria Favata receives her diploma from Pamela Carbone, president of the Board of Education at the 105th Commencement of the Scotia-Glenville High School at Proctors on Saturday.
Scotia-Glenville High School graduate Maria Favata receives her diploma from Pamela Carbone, president of the Board of Education at the 105th Commencement of the Scotia-Glenville High School at Proctors on Saturday.
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Graduations are full of proud parents. So what happens when one of them is given a microphone, a podium and two minutes to talk about their kid? If you’re Sarah Cioffi, you make sure to hit the trifecta. First, embarrass them. Second, cry. Third, brag without sounding like you’re bragging. “Fun fact No. 1 about Sophie: If you’ve ever heard me cheering Sophie on at a soccer game or an indoor or outdoor track meet, ...


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