SCC Nurse Aide I day class October graduates

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

 

First row, SCC Instructor Kim McPherson, left, Meredith Jordan of Tarheel, Zarahdah Spaulding of Tabor City, Shandra Monroe of Chadbourn, Sylvia Nance of Chadbourn, India McKinnies of Chadbourn, Courtney Williams of Chadbourn, Bailey Russ of Beaverdam and Thea Saunders of Whiteville. Second row, from left, Markeyia Edge of Chadbourn, Alyssa Duncan of Beaverdam, Taleeta Thompson of Whiteville, Kelsey Batten of Nakina and Imani Caesar of Whiteville. Third row, from left, Sabra Wilson of Hallsboro, Tamekia Bellamy of Whiteville, Anna Clewis of Beaverdam and Tamara Cromartie of Dublin.

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