Three Rivers hosts spring nursing pinning ceremony
Three Rivers Community College recognized 34 nursing graduates in the Class of 2019 with a pinning ceremony on May 23. The ceremony and pin mark the graduates’ readiness to enter the field of nursing as professional and compassionate caregivers. Graduates who pass the licensing exam will have earned the title of Registered Nurse.
Honorees include: Jamie Arroyo, Jewett City; Sherieffa Bailey, Hartford; Andrea Bergeson, Baltic; Rachel Bissonette, Coventry; Ma Clarice Boardman, Groton; Zaha Bush, Salem; Carley Cann, Groton; Katie Caruso, Lebanon; Ashley Cote, East Killingly; Yosha Dhungana, New London; Beth Falcone, Mystic; Kylie Flanagan, Amston; Rachel Greiner, Griswold; Jonathan Hall, Woodstock; Jessie Hatfield, Uncasville; Rachael Houle, Danielson; Melissa Hubert, Brooklyn; Maricar Knowles, Oakdale; Jennifer Lemieux, North Grosvenordale; Angela Narducci, Higganum; Julia O’Connor, Amston; Ikenna Okechukwu, Manchester; Emily O’Rourke, Pawcatuck; Hannah Phelps, Brooklyn; Michelle Quiles, East Hartford; Christine Reed, Groton; Gregory Rezendes, Ledyard; Elizabeth Rose, Pawcatuck; Clara Smith, Middletown; Nicole Stevens, Niantic; Morgan Turner, Griswold; Melissa Tuthill, Norwich; Alexis Williams, Plainfield; Macy Zadora, Griswold.
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