More than 200 students obtained their GED Credential this year with the Conway Adult Education Center. On May 21, 65 graduates participated in a ceremony at Conway High School’s James H. Clark Auditorium.The celebration’s program included three GED graduates who presented "success stories."Also speaking was Kevin Hunt, liaison to Gov. Mike Beebe and former GED graduate.Hunt reminded graduates that the GED certificate was "only the first step" in completing their education.He encouraged each student to "continue on, following all roads leading to college and better jobs."Hunt gave final advice to students by referencing the words of the late Michael Jackson."Don’t stop until you get enough," he said.Academic scholarships were presented by the University of Central Arkansas, University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton and Pulaski Tech College.UCA scholarship recipients were Michelle Ellington-Burns and Clayton Tyler Johnson.UACCM scholarship recipients were awarded to DeJuan Brown, Michelle Ellington-Burns, Amber Jackson, Clayton Tyler Johnson, Nicolas LeFevre and John Travis II.Pulaski Tech College presented scholarships to DeJuan Brown and Amber Jackson.Conway Schools Board of Education member Andre’ Acklin presented graduates with diplomas, and Miranda Faith Gardner closed the ceremony with a prayer.Conway Adult Education Center Director Ruth Ann Williams thanked attendees for their participation in the graduation ceremony. She gave special thanks to Southwest Energy Company for their donation in scholarship money, used to provide graduates with cap and gown attire.Williams also tanked Brian Cole, the event musician, Michael Hunter, Pledge of Allegiance leader, Brenda Tolliver, who opened in prayer, and Mike Woodrum of Conway Public Schools for their participation in a successful commencement.Conway Adult Education will be closed in June while the CAEC is moved to a new location at 1925 Lee Avenue.Summer classes will be in session starting July 12.