Chomicki realized that dream Monday as she and 169 of her classmates at "The Rock," otherwise known as the New York City Fire Academy, graduated at the Colden Center at Queens College in Flushing. They were to find out their assigned posts on Wednesday and begin their careers as firefighters sometime next week.Lt. David Hurley was the master of ceremonies, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta, Fire Chief Peter Hayden and chaplain Monsignor John Delendick addressed the packed auditorium and graduates. The valedictorian of Probationary Firefighter Class 2 of 2004, Thomas Gies, also spoke.Bloo
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