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Central Carolina-Lee Con Ed med students graduate

12.22.2008Continuing EducationGraduations

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Central Carolina-Lee Con Ed med students graduate

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Amanda Corum (right), of Harnett County, got warm congratulations from her fiancť, Kenny Daniel (left), and daughter, Nikole (center), after receiving her Nursing Assistant-I certificate at the Medical Programs Graduation for Central Carolina Community Collegeís Lee County Continuing Education Department. Corum and more than 100 other graduates took part in the exercise at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Dec. 17.

Central Carolina-Lee Con Ed med students graduate

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Smiles reigned at the Central Carolina Community College-Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs Graduation. More than 100 of the graduating students took part in the exercise at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Dec. 17. Among them were Nursing Assistant-I graduates (from left) Rosa Fox, Tracy McCormick and Taniya Alexander, all of Sanford, and Tamicha McKinnon, of Carthage.

Central Carolina-Lee Con Ed med students graduate

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Fall graduates of the Central Carolina Community College-Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs crossed the stage at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Dec. 17 to receive their certificates. More than 100 of the graduating students took part in the ceremony. Among them was Amanda Corum (left), of Harnett County, who received her Nursing Assistant-I certificate from college President Bud Marchant (right).†

Central Carolina-Lee Con Ed med students graduate

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Fall graduates of the Central Carolina Community College-Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs crossed the stage at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Dec. 17 to receive their certificates. More than 100 of the graduating students took part in the ceremony. Among them was Amy Clark Hayes (left), of Chatham County, who received her Nursing Assistant-I certificate from college President Bud Marchant (right).†

Central Carolina-Lee Con Ed med students graduate

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Fall graduates of the Central Carolina Community College-Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs crossed the stage at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Dec. 17 to receive their certificates. More than 100 of the graduating students took part in the ceremony. Among them was Crinford Leak Jr. (left), of Lee County, who received his Nursing Assistant-I certificate from college President Bud Marchant (right).†

Central Carolina-Lee Con Ed med students graduate

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Fall graduates of the Central Carolina Community College-Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs crossed the stage at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center Dec. 17 to receive their certificates. More than 100 of the graduating students took part in the ceremony. Among them was Rhonda H. Venable (left), of Moore County, who received her Nursing Assistant-I certificate from college President Bud Marchant (right).†

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