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LLC-Wicker stirs memories, hope

10.15.2010College & CommunityContinuing EducationFacilities/Buildings

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LLC-Wicker stirs memories, hope

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Central Carolina Community Collegeís Oct. 14 open house for its Lifelong Learning Center at the W.B. Wicker Business Campus, in Sanford, attracted visitors to view demonstrations and displays of some of the classes offered by the Centerís Adult Education, Continuing Education, and Workforce Development programs. Judy Farmer (left), coordinator for the collegeís Lee County Continuing Education health programs, talks to students in a Nursing Assistant II class during the open house.  Shown (front to back) are Rinada Johnson, of Dunn; Judy Foxx, of Siler City; Sue McNeill, of Vass; Dana Miller, of Carthage; and Christine Cummings, of Seven Lakes. 

LLC-Wicker stirs memories, hope

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Central Carolina Community Collegeís Oct. 14 open house for its Lifelong Learning Center at the W.B. Wicker Business Campus, in Sanford, attracted visitors to view demonstrations and displays of some of the classes offered by the Centerís Adult Education, Continuing Education, and Workforce Development programs. Visitors saw demonstrations and displays of programs at the Center. Phlebotomy technician student Katelyn Johns (left), of Sanford, checks the blood sugar level of fellow student Apollonia McLean, also of Sanford, during the open house. 

LLC-Wicker stirs memories, hope

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Brenda Campbell (right), of Sanford, is ready to receive a vision check from Central Carolina Community College optometric assistant instructor Gwen Rackley during the collegeís Oct. 14 open house for its Lifelong Learning Center. The LLC is located at the W.B. Wicker Business Campus, in Sanford and houses the collegeís Adult Education and Continuing Education programs in Lee County and Workforce Development programs. The collegeís dental programs are also located at W.B. Wicker. The open house attracted visitors to view demonstrations and displays of some of the classes offered at the Center. 

LLC-Wicker stirs memories, hope

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Enjoying the Oct. 14 open house for Central Carolina Community Collegeís Lifelong Learning Center at the W.B. Wicker Business Campus, in Sanford, are (from left) Esther Wright, of Sanford; CCCC President Bud Marchant; Kate Rumely, executive director of Brick Capital Community Development Corporation; and Grant Holmes Sr., of Sanford. Wright and Holmes both attended the former W.B. Wicker School. Wright was a member of the freshman class of 1966. Holmes was a 1955 graduate and returned in 1968 to teach music. The school served Sanfordís black students from 1927-1969 and is on the U.S. Interior Departmentís list of historical places.  It was restored by BCCDC and renamed W.B. Wicker Business Campus. It is now home to the collegeís dental programs and its Lifelong Learning Center, which includes the collegeís Lee County programs in Adult Education and Continuing Education, and Workforce Development. 

LLC-Wicker stirs memories, hope

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Central Carolina Community College held an open house Oct. 14 for its Lifelong Learning Center located at the W.B. Wicker Business Campus (pictured), in Sanford. The school served Sanfordís black students from 1927-1969 and is on the U.S. Interior Departmentís list of historical places. It was restored by BCCDC and renamed W.B. Wicker Business Campus. It is now home to the collegeís dental programs and its LLC, which includes the collegeís Lee County programs in Adult Education, Continuing Education, and Workforce Development. Open house visitors came to view demonstrations and displays of some of the classes offered by the Centerís Adult Education, Continuing Education, and Workforce Development programs. 

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