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Central Carolina Community College holds spring registration

01.07.2009College General

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Central Carolina Community College holds spring registration

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Tina Kickline, of Chatham County, fills out her class schedule duringrnCentral Carolina Community College’s spring Open Registration Jan. 6.rnKickline, a Northwood High School graduate, plans to study for arnmedical office career. Central Carolina classes start Jan. 9. Laternregistration will continue through Jan. 15 at the college’s campuses inrnSanford, Pittsboro and Lillington. For more information about programsrnor registration, visit the college’s web site, www.cccc.edu, or call one of the campuses.

Central Carolina Community College holds spring registration

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Nicole Langley (right), of Harnett County, shares a light moment withrnfaculty advisors Margaret Woodruff (left), lead instructor for CentralrnCarolina Community College’s dental assisting program, and CassiernBlack, dental hygiene instructor, as she registers during the college’srnspring Open Registration Jan. 6. Central Carolina classes start Jan. 9.rnLate registration will continue through Jan. 15 at the college’srncampuses in Sanford, Pittsboro and Lillington. For more informationrnabout programs or registration, visit the college’s web site, www.cccc.edu, or call one of the campuses.

Central Carolina Community College holds spring registration

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Katherine Brown (right), of Lee County, talks with faculty advisorrnDaryl Maddox (left), Central Carolina Community College biologyrninstructor, about her class schedule as physics instructor Lisa Knightrn(back), looks on during the college’s spring Open Registration. Thernregistration took place Jan. 6 and Central Carolina classes start Jan.rn9. Late registration will continue through Jan. 15 at the college’srncampuses in Sanford, Pittsboro and Lillington. For more informationrnabout programs or registration, visit the college’s web site, www.cccc.edu, or call one of the campuses.

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