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The Town of Blacksburg has received a request (RZN13-0003) to rezone a 3.4 acre portion of land on the eastern half of the 6.7 acre parcel located at 900 Prices Fork Road (Holiday Inn site) from Gener [ ... ]
There will be no trash and recycling service in the SE quadrant on Monday, May 27, due to the Memorial Day holiday. Make up service will be on Wednesday, May 29. Please have your trash cart and [ ... ]
The Christiansburg Police Dept. Citizens Support Group furnished breakfast or lunch and dinner for the CPD and the Montgomery County Sheriff's Dept. during National Law Enforcement Week. This was made [ ... ]
The Hampton Inn Christiansburg/Blacksburg would like to announce the 2nd Annual Wags for Waffles on Saturday, June 15, 2013. The goal of our event is to collect donations for the local shelters in exc [ ... ]
A class in “Enhancing Instruction with iPads” will be offered by New River Community College in June. The class will meet June 10 through 12 and 24 through 26 from 4:30 to 7:45 p.m. at the Montgom [ ... ]
The Blacksburg Museum and Cultural Foundation presents the second annual Movies on the Lawn, beginning Friday, June 14 with The Odd Life of Timothy Green (PG). The movie will begin at dark on the lawn [ ... ]
July 24-26: Come visit beautiful Chattanooga, TN. The three day, two night trip includes shopping, a Murder Mystery dinner show, a scenic view of Ruby Falls via the Lookout Mountain incline Railroad, [ ... ]
Brent Noell, County Executive Director of the New River Valley FSA Office would like to remind farmers and ranchers that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will conduct a four-week Conservation [ ... ]
New River Valley WorkKeys® Week will be hosted by New River Community College’s Office of Workforce Development June 3 through 6. During the week, the college will offer free Career Readiness Certi [ ... ]
- Category: Area News
- Published on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 09:35
- Written by NRVNews
Practical nursing graduates were Rebecca Dawn Barker of Galax, Douglas Coursen Caldwell of Roanoke, Mary Beth Custer of Radford, Jason Warden Dove of Blacksburg, Amanda Marie Duncan of Willis, Laurissa Lynn Eller of Dublin, Anita Beth England of Pearisburg, Sabrina Renee Goad of Willis, Ashley Kristin Hurst of Pulaski, Heidi Marie-Frances Jennings of Pulaski, Adam Silas Lamb of Floyd, Sarah Hope Martin of Floyd, Brooke Amber Musselman of Christiansburg, Jennifer Renea Nester of Meadows of Dan, Paula H. Parsell of Narrows, Amara Wetzel Price of Floyd, Sara Nicole Rupe of Dublin, Michelle Ann Smith of Pilot and Chelsea Dianne Vest of Riner.
Two practical nursing students had special roles in the ceremony. Adam Lamb was chosen by his peers to give the graduation address and Rebecca Barker sang “Whenever You Remember” during a photographic slide show of their experiences as nursing students at the college.
NRCC’s certificate program prepares students to qualify as contributing members of a health team, rendering patient care in a variety of health service facilities. These students are eligible to take the Virginia Board of Nursing examination leading to licensing as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).
PHOTO: Front Row from left: Mia Copeland, instructor; Chelsea Vest, Michelle Smith, Adam Lamb, Amara Price and LaRue Ridenhour, instructor.
Second Row from left: Jason Dove, Sarah Martin, Amanda Duncan, Sara Rupe and Ashley Hurst.
Third Row from left: Laurissa Eller, Brooke Musselman, Paula Parcell, Doug Caldwell, Mary Custer, Beth England, Jennifer Nester and Rebecca Barker.
Fourth Row from left: Sabrina Goad and Heidi Jennings.