SCC Dialysis Technician November graduates

Monday, December 5th, 2016

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First row, from left, Instructor Freda Kirk of DaVita in Elizabethtown, Lenora Johnson of Whiteville, Prudence Anders of Farmers Union, Cindy Jackson of Myrtle Beach, Sherry Battle of Whiteville, Ray Gore of Fair Bluff and Renia Myles of DaVita in Chadbourn. Second row, from left, Natasha Barden of Whiteville, Katherina McKenzie of Whiteville, Alicia Johnson of Whiteville and Allegra Powell of Chadbourn.

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