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Graduates

Appalachian grads
The following area students graduated in December from Appalachian State University in Boone:
Kannapolis: Caroline Ruth Efird, bachelor of science in elementary education, summa cum laude, and Magan Elizabeth Seagroves, bachelor of science in middle grades education.
Lexington: Elizabeth Anne Crook, education specialist/ educational administration; Kimberly Anne Hilton, bachelor of music/music education; Rachel Catherine Jackson, bachelor of science in biology/ecology and environ biology; and Christopher Brandon Smith, bachelor of science in history, secondary education.
Linwood: Heather Leanne Grubb, bachelor of science in elementary education.
Mooresville: Benjamin Keith Caine, bachelor of science in business administration/management; Mark A. Cottone, education specialist/ educational administration; Andrea Jane Hartwick, bachelor of arst in biology; Andrea Jane Hartwick, bachelor of science in criminal justice; and Joy Knight, master of arts in educational media.
Mocksville: Amanda Shelton Brooks, master of library science; Sara McCauley Rhyne, master of arts in educational media; Jason Edward Shrewsbury, bachelor of science in industrial technology/construction; and Amber Elizabeth Thompson, bachelor of science in exercise science.Richfield: Caleb Alexander Kirk, bachelor of science in business administration/health care management.
Rockwell: Jenna Lea Allman, bachelor of science in elementary education, cum laude, and Miranda Lee Coleman, bachelor of science in elementary education, magna cum laude.
Salisbury: Christopher Thomas Clodfelter, bachelor of science in business dministration/accounting; Melissa Suzanne Hammer, bachelor of science in sociology; William Skyler Harrison, bachelor of science in business administration/finance and banking; Suzanne Marie McMahon, master of arts in general reading education; Tiffany Lynn Short, bachelor of science in business administration/marketing; and Justin Miayen Woazeah Jr., bachelor of science in criminal justice.
WCU graduates
The following area students are December graduate of Western Carolina University in Cullowhee:
Kannapolis: Paul Michael Bucklin, bachelor of science in business administration management, and Sonya Michelle Davis, bachelor of science in communication.
Lexington: Margaret Ann Hester, bachelor of science in communication.
Mocksville: Brittan Michael Davis, bachelor of science in history.
Mooresville: Nicholas E. Canter, bachelor of science in hospitality and tourism management.
Faith: Bailee Lynn Johnson, bachelor of science in sociology.
Rockwell: Wendy Ann Bost, bachelor of science in English education.
Salisbury: Erica Jane West, bachelor of science in criminal justice, and Aleksandr Nicholas I. Witt, bachelor of music.
Albemarle: David Eugene Dulin, bachelor of science in criminal justice, magna cum laude, and Abby Rebecca Palmer, bachelor of science in social work.
New London: Corey Logan Almond, bachelor of science in telecommunications engineering technology.

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