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May 2014 Campbellsville U School of Nursing graduates

2014-05-10 - Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo - Photo by Drew Tucker, CU photo.. Campbellsville University School of Nursing graduates recognized at a pinning ceremony, May 1, 2014. Front row- Jackie Phillips, Ashley Cole, MaLisha Hatcher, Brittany Luttrell, Jannifer Hadley, Vanessa Kelly, Vanda White, Tara Smith, Michelle Tucker, Claudia Clarke, Angela Fields, Alex Mullins, Mary Lobb, Ashley Boreing and Kayla Crabtree. Middle row - Derek Crabtree, Lindsay Ramage, Kristina Hypes and Travis Van Hook. From left: kack row - Jessica Crouch, Sharon Pardieu, Rodney Bagby, Keisha Robertson, Wendy Pollitt, Natasha Brown, Tabitha Lawless, Ashley Sullivan, Lauren Barr, Brittany Janes, Lauren Dunham and Laura Thomas. (Campbellsville University Photo by Drew Tucker)
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