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Posted by John on 2013/5/6 12:05:16 (937 reads) News by the same author

More than 400 students will receive diplomas and certificates at the NCMC graduation ceremony beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday morning in the Ketcham Community Center.


NCMC’s Student Senate President Cara
Fordyce will give the Evocation and Dr. Neil Nuttall, College President, and
Dr. James Gardner, Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, will confer the degrees. Christopher Hoffman, Vice President of the Board of Trustees and alumnus of North Central Missouri College, will welcome the
graduates as new alumni.
Through sponsorship by PDQ Cleaning Services of Trenton will sponsor
A live video streaming of the college graduation. It can be viewed by going to our web site www.kttn.com and click the blue box for internet television.

Thirty-three students in the Associate Degree Nursing Program at North Central Missouri College in Trenton will receive their pins in ceremonies scheduled for 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 11 in the Ketcham Community Center on the college campus. NCMC’s Dean of Allied Health Sciences is Janet Vanderpool and nursing instructors for the class are Jewell Harris and Brooke McAtee.
Students from Trenton include Sharon Bratsberg, Brooke Caldwell, Tonya Clutter, Katelyn Dillon, Alicia Tiney and Brenda Warner.
Additional students to receive nursing pins are Megan DeKam, Kimberly Slaughter, LeAnne Sweet and Rochelle Robinson of Cameron; October Lantz, Sabrina Shoop and Sarah Smith of Chillicothe; and Aimee Aukshun of Princeton.
Others are Jessica Harris, Emma Martinez and Katie Walker (Bethany); Ashley Ahnefeld and Amy Price (Carrollton); Tosha Phillips and Kurrin Shelton (Kearney); Kristen Anderson (Ludlow); Lindsee Buckallew (Brookfield); Bailey Dodson (Hale); Tonya Johnson (Hamilton); Jenny Lybarger and Heather VanDeventer (DeWitt/Brunswick); Courtney Manning (Albany); Chante McKim (Novinger); Debbie Nixdorf (Kidder); Hannah Oyler (Polo); Alicia Castro (Richmond); and Jenny Snyder (Newtown).




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