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LPN Students Tour in Atlanta
Marcía O. McRae Communications Director for BC     May 22, 2008

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Bainbridge College’s Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Program students expanded their perspectives by traveling to Atlanta during Spring Semester to visit the Shepherd Spinal Center and the State Capitol. The 19 students, from Bainbridge, Blakely, Cairo and Thomasville, and three LPN faculty members toured the Shepherd Center, where they learned about its facilities and spinal injuries, said LPN Assistant Professor Michele Miller, who led the field trip with Assistant Professor Wanda Green and Instructor Lorie Knight. It was coordinated to correspond with the annual LPN Day at the Capital.

Students attending seen here left-right front are Meiasha Lee of Blakely, Doris Hawkins and Tammy Clemons, both of Bainbridge; second row: Kepeka Grier of Blakely, Kanitha Edwards of Bainbridge, Dena Baker of iron City, Misty Fudge of Bainbridge and Juami Taylor of Brinson; third row: Jane Felch, Narda Walker, both of Blakely, Mary Nunlley of Blakely, Shandora Bullock of Donalsonville and Tammy Anderson of Whigham; fourth row: Nicole Thornton of Blakely, Adrianne Lewis of Bainbridge, Jessica Stewart of Camilla, Summar Ceasar of Blakely; fifth row: Emma George of Damascus and Mona Gilbert of Arlington.





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