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WKCTC Nursing Students Receive Nursing Pins May 9 at Carson Center

West Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges 2015 nursing pinning ceremony will be held Saturday, May 9 at the Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center. The ceremony begins at 11:30 a.m.

Sixty-nine nursing students will cross the stage to receive nursing pins in their respective programs with 46 receiving pins representing the completion of the associate degree in nursing program and 23 receiving pins representing the completion of the practical nursing program.
The pinning ceremony is a symbolic welcoming of newly-graduated nurses into the nursing profession.

Those receiving pins for the associate degree in nursing are listed by county residence.

Ballard County
Kaitlin Bell, Brandy Welch, and Cydnie Wiggins

Caldwell County
Jamie Dywayne Boswell
Calloway County
Shelby Capps, Michelle Chadwick, Kelly Neely, Michelle Wiggins

Crittenden County
Megan Kirk and Cheryle Story

Graves County
Rachel Gardiner, William Gray, Tara Isbell, Shauna Jones, Kayla Knowles, Jesse McCord, Chaney Mitchell, Amber Thomas, Jordan Thurston, and Cheryl West

Livingston County
Geneva Gingerich

Marshall County
Samantha Barrett and Teresa Waddell

McCracken County
Glenda Adkisson, Heather Arnett, Rachael Bickerstaff, Lisa Bobo, Samantha Byerly, Christa Copeland, Paula Denson, Lindsey Eidson, Kristina Findlay, Cynthia Gray, Johnna Griffin, Sherry Hamm, Rebecca Housman, Morgan Jamison, Rachel Jett, Della Marshall, Daniel Martin, Carrie Ormes, Kaylynn Randolph, Dustin Skiles, and Martha Woodcock

ILLINOIS
Massac County

Kathy Caldwell and Charity Driver

Those receiving pins for the practical nursing program are listed by county residence.

Ballard County
Kelsey Collins

Calloway County
Amber Bell, Elise Blume, Toni Duffy, Sarah Goad, Suzanne Hale, and Britany McClure

Graves County
Mallory Brittain, Catania Cherry, Shelby Glisson, Glen Harris, Alyssa Kimbler, Laura Miller, and Nicole Nanny

Marshall County
Rhonda DuFriend, Lisa McCaleb, Taylor Parker, and Taylor York

McCracken County
Jessica Carrell, William Moore, Kristie Morris-Perkins, Ronica Stokes, and David Trigg

The 2015 Commencement will follow the nursing pinning ceremony with 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. ceremonies. Over 750 WKCTC students are eligible to participate in commencement.

Students can now register for summer and fall classes at WKCTC. Call 1-(855) GO-WKCTC or visit westkentucky.kctcs.edu for class offerings. Fall classes begin August 17.