The Central Carolina Community College Louise L. Tuller School of Nursing held its pinning and candlelighting ceremony for associate degree nursing 2019 graduates last month at Crossroads Church in Broadway.
Members of the class are Anna Bagley of Fuquay-Varina, Selina Boehm of Weinheim, Germany, Blair Bradley of Wilmington, Amber Desvignes of Hope Mills, Holly Dishen of Sanford, Carly Dube of Cameron, Katelyn James of Sanford, Morgan Key of Sanford, Faith Lacy of Cameron, Jennifer Lippi of Pittsboro, Lori Maynor of Sanford, Maria Milam of Lillington, Shaquan Monroe of Southern Pines, Christopher Moore of Chapel Hill, Vida Otero of Pittsboro, Melanie Rincon of Sanford, Emily Saunders of Eagle Springs, Gracie Schardt of Apex), Kami Shabaz of Sanford, Morgan Tanner of Lillington, Taylor Vuncannon of Fuquay-Varina and Michelle Robertson of Sanford.
Nursing Department Chair Barbara Campbell provided the welcome and led the pinning ceremony. Student remarks were by Lori Maynor and Morgan Key. Student response was by Kami Shabaz. Special awards and presentations were by nursing instructors Jamie Ferguson and Karen Lassiter.
Student presentation was by Morgan Tanner. Special music was by Carly Dube and Melanie Rincon. Significance of pin and cap was by nursing instructor Karen Lassier. Introduction of graduates was by Dixie Holden, lead nursing instructor. Presentation of flowers was by nursing instructor Dawn Gregory.
Candlelighting ceremony was led by nursing instructors Dawn Gregory and Jamie Ferguson. Invocation was by Melanie Rincon and Faith Lacy, and benediction was by Amber Desvignes.
To learn more about the Central Carolina Community College Nursing program, visit www.cccc.edu/nursing or call the school at 919-775-5401.