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CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

01.24.2011

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CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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Central Carolina Community College Adult Education students Jordan Dye (left) and Breanna Headen, both of Chatham County, give each other a ‘high-five’ at their graduation Jan. 20 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Both earned their high school diplomas. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their high school or GED diplomas during the fall semester.

CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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Central Carolina Community College Adult Education graduating student Sheri Pickens, of Chatham County, delivers one of the student commencement addresses at the graduation exercises Jan. 20 in the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Pickens earned her GED diploma. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their high school or GED  diplomas during the fall semester.

CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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Lashonda Wofford (center), of Chatham County, is surrounded by family members at Central Carolina Community College’s Adult Education graduation Jan. 20 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Sharing the happiness are Wofford’s daughter Shaquondra Williams (front); nephew Jawauan Johnson (left), and niece Shaniya Faucette (right). Wofford earned her high school diploma and is already enrolled in the college’s certified nursing assistant program. She plans to pursue a nursing degree. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their adult high school or GED diplomas during the fall semester.

CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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Chris Scarberry (right), of Harnett County, gets some help with his tie from his brother Travis Scarberry as Chris prepares to receive his GED at Central Carolina Community College’s Adult High School/GED winter graduation Jan. 20 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their diplomas during the fall semester.

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Kentrell Brayboy (right), of Harnett County, is congratulated by Stelfanie Williams, Central Carolina Community College vice president over the college’s Economic and Community Development Division, during the college’s Adult High School/GED winter graduation Jan. 20 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Brayboy received his high school diploma. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their high school or GED diplomas during the fall semester.

CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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Christine Mazzullo, of Harnett County, delivers one of the student commencement addresses during Central Carolina Community College’s Adult High School/GED winter graduation Jan. 20 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Mazzullo earned her GED diploma. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their adult high school or GED diplomas during the fall semester.

CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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Christine Mazzullo (right), of Harnett County, receives a congratulatory hug from her sister Angie Lamothe following Mazzullo’s graduation from Central Carolina Community College’s Adult Education program with a GED diploma. Mazzulo was one of three student speakers at the Jan. 20 graduation in the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their diplomas during the fall semester.

CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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John Hinz (right), of Lee County, gets a congratulatory hug from his fiancé, Tracy Bergin, at Central Carolina Community College’s Adult High School/GED winter graduation Jan. 20 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Hinz was an honors graduate and was one of three student commencement speakers. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their diplomas during the fall semester.

CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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John Hinz, of Lee County, delivered one of the student addresses at Central Carolina Community College’s Adult High School/GED winter graduation Jan. 20 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Hinz received his high school diploma and was honored for academic excellence. More than 200 adults completed their studies for diplomas during the fall semester.

CCCC Adult Ed students celebrate graduation

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Members of Central Carolina Community College’s Adult Education graduating class move the tassels on their academic caps from right to left, signifying they have officially graduated, during the college’s Adult High School/GED winter graduation Jan. 20 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. More than 200 adults completed their studies for their high school or GED diplomas during the fall semester.

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