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BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Anderson County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 10, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Anderson County Residents Naomi Scroggins

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Boyle County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Boyle County Residents Stefani Helgerson

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Clark County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Clark County Residents Sherri Shelby

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Estill County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Estill County Residents Sherry Powell

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Fayette County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Fayette County Residents Crystal Bretz, Jessica Clem, Janet Cook, Theresa Mengnjo, Kara Mourn, and Christina Rawlins.

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Harlan County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 10, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Harlan County Residents Jeffery Dixon

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Jessamine County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Jessamine County Residents Rachel Moore and Christina Proffitt

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Madison County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Madison County Residents Will Elam, Natalie Schnell, and Erica Woleslagel.

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Nelson County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Nelson County Residents Erin White

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Pike County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Pike County Residents Terri Jones

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Powell County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Powell County Residents Andrea Brewer, and Emily Jones

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Scott County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Scott County Residents Rhonda Bailey, Julie Borders, Kelly Cox, Sarah Hargis, and Tosha Walling.

BCTC Licensed Practical Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony for 38 Graduates - Woodford County

LEXINGTON, KY (May 14, 2007) Bluegrass Community amp; Technical Colleges (BCTC) licensed practical nursing students recently participated in their annual pinning ceremony.

First held in 1893, the ceremony originates from Florence Nightingale an English nurse and pioneer. Nightingale was awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War. It was then she decided to extend that honor to her outstanding graduate nurses by presenting them with a medal for excellence. The pinning is a proud tradition and a rite of passage in the nursing profession.

Nursing Graduates May 2007 Woodford County Residents Debra Hampton, Sandra Ping, and Danielle White.