Quick Takes: December 2018

WCC congratulates Nurse Aide I program graduates

Wilkes Community College congratulates its recent Nurse Aide I program graduates that were taught by instructor Sonya Jordan, R.N. The graduates are Amanda Blair, Wilkes County; Katlin Bangert, Wilkes County; Zacharie Belamo Wilkes County; Lori Clayton, Wilkes County; Amanda Flinchum, Wilkes County; Crystal Nacahols, Wilkes County; Jennifer Parsons, Ashe County; and Nicole Shores, Wilkes County.

L-R: Crystal Nacahols, Amanda Blair, Amanda Flinchum, Jennifer Parsons, Zacharie Belamo Nicole Shores, Katlin Bangert, and Lori Clayton.

Santa will visit WCC on December 9

  The public is invited to visit with Santa Claus on the campus of Wilkes Community College on Sunday, December 9, from 1-3 p.m. Santa will be in the Alumni Hall Commons located on the lower campus. Children will have the opportunity to get their photo made with Santa and to share their Christmas wish list with him. WCC Rotaract Club will take photos for purchase as a club fundraiser or parents may use their own cameras to take photos. “The WCC Rotaract Club is a service club for students,” says Beth Foster, club advisor. “The fundraisers held by the club help benefit local efforts such as Make A Difference Day, and JDRF One Walk (juvenile diabetes), campus activities such as Suicide Prevention Event, Community Easter Event, Breast Cancer Awareness, Clean Sweep of Collegiate Drive and Fall Festival. The Rotaract Club is affiliated with the Rotary Club of North Wilkesboro.” For additional information on this event or on the Rotaract Club, contact Beth Foster (bafoster167@wilkescc.edu) or Annie Woodford (awoodford977@wilkescc.edu) club advisors or call at 336-838-6173.

WCC congratulates Phlebotomy graduates

Wilkes Community College congratulates its recent phlebotomy program graduates, who were taught by instructor Annette Church. The graduates are: Cynthia Miller, Wilkes County; Cierra Clements, Wilkes County; Rachelle Taylor, Ashe County; Cidney Fulk, Surry County; and Sidney Massengill, Wilkes County.  

L-R: Cynthia Miller Cierra Clements, Rachelle Taylor, Cidney Fulk, and Sidney Massengill.

WCC congratulates Phlebotomy graduates

Wilkes Community College congratulates its recent phlebotomy program graduates, who were taught by instructor Annette Church. The graduates are: Cynthia Miller, Wilkes County; Cierra Clements, Wilkes County; Rachelle Taylor, Ashe County; Cidney Fulk, Surry County; and Sidney Massengill, Wilkes County.