Due to the increasing size of the crowd attending its graduation exercises, the Tennessee Technology Center at Dickson is moving its commencement ceremony to the sanctuary at Dickson’s First Baptist Church. The Spring graduation ceremony will begin at 3 pm Monday. The church is located at 2501 Highway 70 East in Dickson, at the intersection of Highways 70 and 96. U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper will be the commencement speaker. A Nashville Democrat, Cooper represents Tennessee’s 5th District, which includes Dickson County, most of Cheatham County and all of Davidson County. He was elected to his 12th two-year term in Congress in November. The Tennessee Technology Center at Dickson, with satellite campuses at Ashland City, Clarksville, Fairview and Franklin, is one of 27 technology centers governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents. The institution serves students in Dickson and seven surrounding counties with 20 full-time and special industry programs. For more information, call the center at 441-6220.