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Pensacola State College Graduates 1st Class from Century Center

Pensacola State College graduated the first class of students from the Century Center.  The students completed the Nursing Assistant Course of Study.  The Pinning Ceremony was held at the Century Agricultural Center in Century, FL on Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 2 p.m.  Many of the students benefited from the Health Profession Opportunity Grant.  Director of Nursing, Dusti Sluder, MSN/RN, presented the pins to the graduates.    Pictured are Board of Trustee members:  Donna Usry, Herb Woll; President: Dr. Ed Meadows; Guest Speaker: Dawn Wilcox, Director of Education/Risk Management; Paula Jernigan, Director of PSC Century Center and the graduates: Kathy Chumley, Tina Freeman, Jodie Grant, Stormy Johnson, Debra Lukkar, Tammie Moorer, Ashley Muse, Amy Roberson, Shannon Roberson, Heather Scarbrough.

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2 Comments for “Pensacola State College Graduates 1st Class from Century Center”

  1. Friend

    Kathy, we are so proud of you. Keep up the good work and May God continue to Bless you. What a inspiration you are.

  2. Jay Resident

    This is wonderful. So great to have PSC in the north end. I hope many plan to take advantage of this.

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