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Mohave Community College (MCC) Nursing program hosted a recent pinning ceremony on the Lake Havasu campus for graduating students.

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June 2022

Mohave Community College (MCC) Nursing program hosted a recent pinning ceremony on the Lake Havasu campus for graduating students. Pinning ceremony is traditional way of new incoming nurses being welcomed into the nursing profes-sion. Ceremony was for the Registered Nursing and Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program at MCC. Attendees were greeted by Dr. June Weiss, Director of Nursing and Dr. Stacy Klippenstein, MCC President. Front Row from left are: Tianxin Zhao, Daina Alvord, Chrissie Alvarado, Annette Villafana, Courtney Guinn, Sunshine Boylan, Jessica Esquerra, Sebna Vizcarra, Maria Covarrubias, Daphne Pulaski, Faith Cleveland, Christa Dennis and Mona Lonial. Back Row from left are: Michael Allison, Tanya Hawkins, Kindra Langness, Jennaya Elizondo, Kasey Williams, Dayna Dutton, Kara Simons, Madison Colby, Cortney Cormell and Jesika Brule. Not pictured: Andrea Rothwell. (Photo by Vanessa Espinoza)
Mohave Community College (MCC) Nursing program hosted a recent pinning ceremony on the Lake Havasu campus for graduating students. Pinning ceremony is traditional way of new incoming nurses being welcomed into the nursing profession. Ceremony was for the Registered Nursing and Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program at MCC. Attendees were greeted by Dr. June Weiss, Director of Nursing and Dr. Stacy Klippenstein, MCC President. Front Row from left are: Tianxin Zhao, Daina Alvord, Chrissie Alvarado, Annette Villafana, Courtney Guinn, Sunshine Boylan, Jessica Esquerra, Sebna Vizcarra, Maria Covarrubias, Daphne Pulaski, Faith Cleveland, Christa Dennis and Mona Lonial. Back Row from left are: Michael Allison, Tanya Hawkins, Kindra Langness, Jennaya Elizondo, Kasey Williams, Dayna Dutton, Kara Simons, Madison Colby, Cortney Cormell and Jesika Brule. Not pictured: Andrea Rothwell. (Photo by Vanessa Espinoza)

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