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  • Diman Hall of Fame to add nine new inductees

    On October 17th at 11:30 a.m. at White’s restaurant, nine new members will join the Diman Hall of Fame. This unique recognition was created in 1998 to honor Diman graduates, retired staff, teams/clubs and community supporters of the school. This year’s class of inductees includes former graduates Paul Jennings (78), Michelle Pelton (09), Richard Magan (79), James Aquiar (89), James Martin (48) and Paul Amaral (80). In addition, other selections include the 1972 Boys Cross Country team, 1992 VICA Club Business Procedures and former staff teacher Henri Pare.

    Tickets priced at $40 can be purchased by contacting Diman Hall of Fame committee members Edward Hill (508-965-8571), John Mullaly (508-672-2635) and Dennis Abdow (508-674-4552). In addition, tickets can be purchased at Diman starting in September by contacting Jeanne Hill at 508-678-2891, ext. 1130.

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  •  Prior HOF inductees

    Nominations are open for Diman Hall of Fame

    The committee for the Diman Hall of Fame is accepting new nominations until April 30. To be nominated, former students (individual graduates, teams and clubs) must have been graduated from Diman for at least ten years. Nominations for previous or retired employees of the school must be removed from employment at the school for a minimum of three years. Community supporters can be nominated any time during or after their contributions to the school. (4/12/21)

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  • 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

    Eight graduates will be inducted Oct. 20 to the Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School’s Hall of Fame at the Venus de Milo restaurant in Swansea. The award is a unique, non-sport related recognition and was established in 1998 to honor Diman graduates, retired staff and supporters of the school. This year’s inductees, voted on by current Hall of Fame members, include graduates Jerald Greenhalgh, Richard Mancini, Stephen Marciszyn, Paulo Reis and Ron Rusin; former faculty members Rogerio Ramos and Lorraine Caine, and The Diman Bengal Education Foundation.

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  •  Hall of Fame Wall

    Diman Hall of Fame Accepting Nominations

    The committee for the Diman Hall of Fame is accepting new nominations until February 28th, 2019. Started in 1998, this recognition is unique because it accepts nominations for Diman graduates, retired and former staff, and community individuals or groups that have supported the school. In addition, past inductees become future voters for this honor, not the committee. (1/4/19)

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  •  Hall of Fame

    Diman Hall of Fame to add seven new members in 2017

    On Oct. 8th at the Venus de Milo restaurant, seven new members will join the Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School Hall of Fame. This unique non-sports recognition was established in 1998 to honor Diman graduates, retired staff and community supporters of the school. (7/26/17)

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    Diman Hall of Fame Accepting Nominations

    The committee for the Diman Hall of Fame has opened nominations during the month of February for consideration for this 2017 honor. Nominations must be submitted by February 28th to be placed on the ballot this year. (1/30/17)

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  • People posing with guitars

    Diman receives more guitars from local groups

    Ray Mullin Music and The Kevin Wright Celebration of Music have boosted Diman’s nascent music program for the second time in a year with a donation of guitars. The Swansea shop teamed with the local charity to donate four guitars and a box of strings to the program, an after-school club geared to teaching students and staff how to play the six-string. (12/19/16)

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  •  A picture from last year's event

    Guitar heroes at Diman

    Members of the Diman community can be real Guitar Heroes on Sunday, November 6th (from 1-5 p.m.) when Diman will hold its second-annual Rockin’ For Scholarships fundraiser. The fundraiser raised over $1,000 for scholarships given by the Diman Alumni Association in last year’s inaugural concert, but organizer Tom Branco is convinced that this year will be even more successful. “We’ll raise a lot more this time,” he said enthusiastically. (10/5/16)

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  • Left to right - Diman Superintendent-Director Marta Montleon, Scott Mullin, Scott Cioe, Tom Branco,

    Local groups pick Diman for guitar donation

    Recently, three groups came together to donate six guitars to Diman’s fledgling music program. The guitars were donated by The Kevin Wright Celebration of Music and Ray Mullin Music in Swansea, where a chance meeting with Tom Branco of Diman’s Alumni Association helped to connect the dots. (2/26/2016)

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  • Rockin’ for scholarships at Diman

    On Sunday, May 17, the greater Diman community will come together to rock out while raising money for scholarships at the first-ever Rockin’ for Scholarships fundraiser. (4/9/2015)

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  •  Brothers Alan, Henry and Rob Lavoie, all alumni of Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School

    Alumni Association 'Rockin' for Scholarships' at Diman

    Eventually, Branco would ask, why not have a rock concert too? He said it’s been a dream of his for a while. Sunday afternoon in the auditorium at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School, that dream was realized. (5/19/2015)

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  • Diman Hall of Fame to add seven new inductees

    On October 18th at 11:30 a.m. at the Venus de Milo restaurant, seven new members will join the Diman Hall of Fame. (8/4/2015)

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