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CCCC students volunteer at Stevens Center Health Fair

11.29.2010Students/Graduates

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CCCC students volunteer at Stevens Center Health Fair

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Melissa Fogarty (left), Central Carolina Community College medical assisting lead instructor, and student Kristi Brandon (right), of Holly Springs, help Ronald Unger, of Sanford, check his flexibility during the Nov. 18 Living Well Health Fair at the Stevens Center, in Sanford. The students volunteer at the fair as part of their community outreach efforts. Fifteen health, medical, and medical education organizations, including the collegeís medical assisting and dental hygiene programs, offered visitors the opportunity to have their blood pressure, vision, cholesterol, height, weight, flexibility and other health indicators checked as well as receive information about staying healthy.

CCCC students volunteer at Stevens Center Health Fair

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Shonda Moncrease (left), of Sanford, talks with Central Carolina Community College dental hygiene students (from second left) Andrea Morgan and Madalyn London, both of Sanford, and Morgan Harris, of Goldston, about dental health during the Nov. 18 Living Well Health Fair at the Stevens Center, in Sanford. The students volunteer at the fair as part of their community outreach efforts. Fifteen health, medical, and medical education organizations, including the collegeís medical assisting and dental hygiene programs, offered visitors the opportunity to have their blood pressure, vision, cholesterol, height, weight, flexibility and other health indicators checked as well as receive information about staying healthy.

CCCC students volunteer at Stevens Center Health Fair

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Central Carolina Community College medical assisting students John Alston (left), of Pittsboro, and Jill Olive, of Mamers, measure Sanford resident Glenda Alstonís height during the Nov. 18 Living Well Health Fair at the Stevens Center, in Sanford. The students volunteer at the fair as part of their community outreach efforts. Fifteen health, medical, and medical education organizations, including the collegeís medical assisting and dental hygiene programs, offered visitors the opportunity to have their blood pressure, vision, cholesterol, height, weight, flexibility and other health indicators checked as well as receive information about staying healthy.

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