Registered nursing class of 2017 earn caps

Capping Class 2017 Group webHonoring their academic accomplishments, front row from left, are: Assistant Professor of Nursing Courtney Darden, Ashley Maddrey-Boyd of Franklin, Aryntheia Jones-Quash of Hampton, Tanya Little of Suffolk, Caitlin Sawyer of Sunbury, NC, Taylor Felts of Franklin, Alexa Lilley of Suffolk, Samantha Dowd of Boykins, Hakeem Daniels of Newport News, Aubra Walker of Chesapeake and Assistant Professor of Nursing Lucy Little. Back: Siobhan Clark of Suffolk, Patricia Tippins of Portsmouth, Anndrea Wilson of Carrsville , Karla Johnson of Franklin, Taylor Henry of Windsor, Brittany Johnson of Suffolk, Andrea Reese of Franklin, Paige McCall of Ivor, Wanda Lynch of Portsmouth, Shatara Hicks of Boykins and Brittany Marshall of Chesapeake.
 
Not pictured are: Isabelle Black, Brittany Brooks, Jacqueline Do, Tracy Holloman, Jenny Hughes, Avia Holloway, Adriene Muhammed, Ayla Sherman, Tamimu Thomas, Brittnee Ricks and Karen Younce.
 
Paul D. Camp Community College students in the registered nursing program celebrated the midway point of the program Thursday, by receiving their caps at a special ceremony at the college’s regional workforce development center.
 
Dr. Daniel W. Lufkin welcomed attendees to the event and Assistant Professor of Nursing Trudy Kuehn served as speaker.
 
The students are on schedule to earn nursing pins next and become part of the graduating Class of 2017.