WCCS Holds Nursing Pinning Ceremony


James M. Mitchell
3000 Earl Goodwin Parkway
Selma, AL 36701




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May 15, 2023

                                                           WCCS Holds Nursing Pinning Ceremony

SELMA, AL – - Wallace Community College Selma (WCCS) held its pinning ceremony to recognize the Associate Degree and Practical Nursing graduates on Thursday, May 11, 2023. The ceremony was held in the Earl Goodwin Theatre, located on the WCCS campus. The ceremony, which is a traditional service for nursing graduates, included pinning lapel pins, lighting nightingale lamps, and taking the Nightingale Nurses' Pledge.

Mrs. Veronica Brown, former nursing director and Coordinator of Institutional Effectiveness, provided the ceremony address and WCCS Health Sciences faculty members assisted in the program.

Associate Degree Nursing participants were: Ammer Almojadid, Sarah Almojadid, Kierra Armstead, Brandy Bailey, Morgan Blaylock, Janet Brown, Pre’Onda Calhoun, Ladonnis Coleman, Ashley Crowell, Linzy Frith, Tiffany Guin, Taylor Hauswirth, Natalie Howard, Tashley Johnson, Jalisa Lamar, Nakia Lewis, Courtney McLendon, Jameka Merritt, Cynthia Millhouse, Chelsea Mills,  Eddrionna Miree, Ashley Moore, Katie Morgan, Barbara Morrow, Lawanda Pullum, Alandria Robinson, Antwaniece Rogers, Nekedra Ross, Jalisa Sheppard, Freddrick Simmons, Ashley Smith, Bridget Square, Khya Thomas, Tiffany Watts, Chelzy Wells, Jessica Williams, Rasheeda Williams, and Ma’Treva Young.

Practical Nursing participants were: Jaronica Bennett, Kendra Boggan, Rachel Breland, Prochia Brown, Vakeshia Chandler, Erica Chance, Cortney Craig, Shemekia Davis, Shakirah Davison, Abigayle Faucette, Ashley Fitts, T’Keyhah France, Latavious Goings, Kyndria Jones, Deshonda Knight, Kendra Scott, Sheena Scott, Keona Sturdivant, Anthony Walker, Susan Walker, and Sha’Kaja Young.

Dr. Pearlie Miller, Director of Health Science Programs, saluted the graduates for completing a very challenging course of study and encouraged them to continue to pursue their educational dreams. “The Faculty and staff of the Health Sciences Programs are very proud of these graduates. We thank them for allowing us to play an important part in their educational success. We also acknowledge the graduates’ families and support groups. Thanks for your encouragement and sacrifice,” she said.


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