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Posted by Randy on 2013/7/17 6:52:19 (1060 reads) News by the same author

Forty-seven students of the Practical Nursing Program at North Central Missouri College will receive their pins in ceremonies scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Friday, July 26.

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The ceremonies will be held in the Ketcham Community Center on the college campus in downtown Trenton.

NCMC’s Dean of Allied Health is Janet Vanderpool and nursing instructors for the class are Kelly Claycomb, Callie Hunter, Brooke McAtee and Korynn Skipper.

Students from Trenton include: Nicole Allen, Patrick Harrison, Zach Marrs, Brittaney Oxford, Nina Rhea, Nancy Stauffer, and Bridget Velazquez. Additional students to receive nursing pins are: Morgan Thompson (Albany); Maggie Walker (Brookfield); Tammy Jenkins and Tracy Tharp (Cameron); Jason Asher, Olivia Derickson, Camie Griffin, Shelby Hargrave, Pascaline Muhindura, and Roxanne Robertson (Chillicothe); Whitney McKay (Cowgill); Bailey Donahue (Dawn); Kayla Fortner and Leah Malcom (Eagleville); Alex Cabra, Catherine Clawson, Lacey Dixon, and Ashley Eaton (Gallatin); Maggie Ward (Gilman City); John J. Huffman (Green City); Emily Hon, Lacy Milligan and Amanda Railsback (Hamilton); Chelsea Clutter and Brittany Eads (Jamesport); Joy Provance (Lake Viking); Nevada Fields (Laredo); Jessica Vangenderen (Lucerne); Shelly Kelly (Marceline); Martha Mygatt and Jana Pulley (Maysville); Jessica Laswell (Mercer); Anna Miles (Mount Moriah); Bonnie Banion, Chris Buckner, Jessica Donelson, Becky Girdner, Cindy Porter and Cynthia Smith (Princeton); and Kaley Ott (Smithville).

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