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CCCC Lee Con Ed medical students graduate

06.01.2009Continuing EducationStudents/Graduates

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CCCC Lee Con Ed medical students graduate

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David Allan (left), 85, of Carolina Trace, gets a hug from instructor Linda Pascal after receiving his Pharmacy Technician Certificate at the Medical Programs Graduation of Central Carolina Community Collegeís Lee County Continuing Education Department. The graduation was held May 27 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Allan, who fought with Merrillís Marauders in Burma during World War II, volunteers at the Helping Hands Clinic in Sanford. He wanted to get the certificate so he could better serve the clients at the clinic.

CCCC Lee Con Ed medical students graduate

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Pharmacy Technician graduate Stephanie Baker (left), of Sanford, receives congratulations and her certificate from Central Carolina Community College President Bud Marchant during the collegeís Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs Graduation May 27 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Baker, 17, graduated from Southern Lee High School in January. She now plans to enroll in the collegeís Nursing Assistant I program.

CCCC Lee Con Ed medical students graduate

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Charles Hickman (left), of Lee County, receives congratulations and his EKG Monitor Technician Certificate from Central Carolina Community College President Bud Marchant during the collegeís Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs Graduation May 27 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center.

CCCC Lee Con Ed medical students graduate

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Judy Farmer (right), CCCC Continuing Education Health Program Coordinator in Lee County, attaches a nursing pin to the blouse of Shanna Moore, of Harnett County. Shanna received her Nursing Assistant II certificate at the Central Carolina Community College Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs Graduation May 27 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. 

CCCC Lee Con Ed medical students graduate

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Pharmacy Technician graduate Vanessa Twombly, of Harnett County, receives congratulations and her certificate from Central Carolina Community College President Bud Marchant during the collegeís Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs Graduation May 27 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center.

CCCC Lee Con Ed medical students graduate

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A happy Teresa Tackett, of Chatham County, receives her Nursing Assistant I Certificate from Central Carolina Community Collegeís President Bud Marchant during the collegeís Lee County Continuing Education Departmentís Medical Programs Graduation May 27 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. 

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