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Case High School Grads Make An Impact

More than 400 students just graduated from Case High School in Racine. The class of 2015 is impressive. 

The heart and hard work of one of the graduates will be felt long after she's gone. Mary Ellen Graebner founded \"Gowns for Grads.\" It's a program that allows students to turn in their used graduation gowns so future students who can't afford one can proudly wear a gown during their ceremony. 

CBS 58's Jessica Tighe talks with Graebner about her inspiration to start the program, the growth she's seen since she started it four years ago and her hopes for the future.

The Class of 2015 at Case High School also includes the \"Distinguished Young Woman of Wisconsin.\" 

Jamie Morelan is on a mission to inspire young people to lead successful and productive lives. She's spreading a powerful message: Be Your Best Self. 

Morelan explains the five elements of the message and why it's so important.

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