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Kannapolis students complete Medication Aide Training

Two Kannapolis students completed the Medication Aide Training course at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences Nov. 27.

They are Angeline Digen and Ashley Massey.

The course prepares participants to have the basic competencies to safely provide others their medication in accordance with the N.C. Medication Aide Act. The students are now eligible to sit for the N.C. State Competency Exam for Medication Aide.

After passing the exam, students may be listed on the N.C. Department of Facility Services registry and be employed as a medication aide under the supervision of a licensed nurse in a skilled nursing facility.

RCCC spring lists

The following full-time area students were named to the 2006 spring semester president’s list at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College for maintaining a 4.0 grade-point average:

China Grove: Josiah Byers, April Dills, Russell Hall, Nancy Helms, Sabrina Hirsch, David Hunt, Sybil Jones, Rebekah Long, Pau Miller, Julie Moon, Amber Pettigrew, Rebecca Sexton, Tamara Smith, Judy Voyles, Jerry Williamson.

Cleveland: Justin Davidson.

Faith: Dawain Holshouser, Walter Recinos.

Gold Hill: Travis Kesler, Shane Teeter.

Granite Quarry: Nancy Hamrick, Kris Parker.

Kannapolis: Keith Allen, Charlene Bankhead, Jessica Biggers, Sharon Bishop, Michelle Bowerman, Teran Brewer, Seth Brock, Angela Brooks, Eddie Brown, Jr.; Julianna Bumgardner, Tony Burgess, Rhonda Dillard, Kathy Fincher, David Fortson, II; Nathaniel Grant, Michelle Gullette, Jonnie Harvey, Brian Helms, Doris Hilton, Casey Hinson, Jason Johnson, Susan Johnson, Anthony Kombol, Robert McRorie, Harry Miller, James Montgomery, Jr.; Andrea Nicholson, Mallory Poole, Ron Price, Eric Reeves, Tashanna Shilling, Christina Sinclair, David Thompson, Jamie Whitley, Megan Wood, Tony Wright.

Landis: Jimmy Wingler.

Lexington: Janice Smith.

Mooresville: Kevin Kuhlman.

Mount Ulla: Jonathan Kennedy, Hillary White.

Rockwell: Daniel Andaya, Leeann Devlieger, Sarah Grochoski, Olga Kluttz, Caroline Sapp, Keri Watts, Luke Ziegler.

Salisbury: Rebekah Abernathy, Allison Ballard, Karen Baucom, Elena Bost, Lewis Brown, Linda Cooper, Angela Davis, Amy Dimmett, Tina Dorty, Miranda File, Meredith Gobble, William Goins, Louise Griggs, Larry Hamilton, Kathleen Hanson, Aida Hernandez, Joy Hiatt, Cheryl Hopper, Audrey Huffman, Mike Huffman, Dana Hykes, Jeff Icenhour, Adam Jackson, William Jones, Charley Lowder, Erico McCullough, Jeffrey Metcalf, John Moats, Pratik Patel, Gregory Patterson, Jr.; Daniel Prest, Elaine Pullo, Shana Romedy, Alesha Roseman, Willie Roseman, April Rummage, Viktoriya Rumyantseva, Aaron Safrit, Kendra Safrit, Dana Shepherd, Jackie Smith, Brandy Trexler.

Spencer: Glenda Cline, Steven Patterson.

Woodleaf: Marisa Fessler.

The following full-time area students were named to the 2006 spring semester dean’s list for maintaining a 3.5 or higher grade-point average:

Albemarle: Scott Huneycutt, Melissa Whitley.

China Grove: Gabriel Beaver, Judith Beaver, Jennifer Benda, Joeann Bullard, Dylan Cain, Lois Garmon, Brenda Goodman, Jonathan Hughes, Michael Roseman, Monica Stirewalt.

Cleveland: Derek Graham, Philip Graham, Shane Graham, Judith Taylor.

Faith: Nicole Amos, Barbara Weaver.

Gold Hill: Misty Elium.

Granite Quarry: Mark Kauffman Jr.

Kannapolis: Leigh Bradshaw, Betty Combs, Tiffany Dawkins, Traci Douglas, Jonathan Garrigues, Kristen Helton, Kathryn Hildebrandt, J’daniel Howell; Cheryl Hunter, Greg Hutchinson, Jennifer Joyner, Windy Lemly, Tammy Lunsford, Angela Measimer, Terry Moody, Martin Moon, Robert Moyer, Richard Odom, Lisa Parker, Mary Parker, Javier Perucho, Don Pittman, Shasta Plott, Tamala Ramirez, Kimberly Richards, Robert Saunders, Billy Sheets, Terri Sparnell, Shirley Stanback, Linda Stroud, Kim Tran, Paul Warren, Glenda Weaver, Sheryee West, Alton Whaley, IV; Elizabeth Winstead, Patrick Winstead, Joyce Wyant.

Landis: Patricia Fite, Elonda Wilson.

Mooresville: Essence Blackwood, Johanna Garrett, Wendy King, Amanda Lockard, Air Phonesavanh, John Riley Jr.; Joshua Stutts, Nicole Traylor.

Mount Ulla: Carla Hoffner, Caitlyn Masingo.

Rockwell: Katie French, John Goforth, Amanda Greer, Melissa Jones, Bobby King, Crystal Oster, Anna Troutman, Rebekah Wagoner, Council Weddington.

Salisbury: Courtney Arrington, Stephanie Banks, Nathan Barnhardt, Melissa Barrett, Melissa Barringer, Zachary Basinger, Brittany Burleson, Beverly Cauble, Tess Chipman, Jason Ciscel, Heather Clark, Joshua Coplin, Lemuel Devoe, Angela Dimmett, William Dunaway, Angela Dunlap, Kristin Elium, Amy Ellenburg, Amanda Eller, Jamie Ellsworth, Brandy French, Jonathan Garrison, Candace Giles, Mauricio Gonzalez, Shirley Hayes, Erin Henrickson, Ricky Hess, Erkyah Holtzclaw, Heather Honbarrier, Kayla Housel, Malcolm Hughes, Stephanie Huie, Neysa Infanti, Beverly Jordan, Courtney Junker, April Koehn, Holly Lambert, Jung-Eun Lee; Nancy Lent, Teresa Ligon, Timothy Livengood, Lamichael Marlin, Gabriel Mattingly, Jenifer Mauro, Bonnie McIntosh, Richard McNeely, Amanda Meacham, Brenda Miller, Norris Miller, Dana Monroe, John Norris, Paul Norris, Tiffany Oliver, Nicholas Paolino, Whitney Parchment, Brenton Patterson, James Plummer, Heather Poplin, Jesse Reaves, Chasity Roseman, Raegan Roseman, Christina Rowland, Victoria Shenk, Alona Shoe, Somchay Siharath, April Sipes, Cathy Triplette.

Spencer: Tony Bean.

Woodleaf: Zachary Powell, Carol Wallace.

Pfeiffer scholarship

Holly Freeman of Rockwell has been awarded the University Scholarship to attend Pfeiffer in the fall of 2007.

The University Scholarship is worth $6,500 per year and is renewable for four years.

Daughter of Russ and Wendy Freeman, she is a senior at Greystone Day School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Junior Civitan and Student Council.

She plans to major in elementary education.

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