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Brooklyn Bolton, of Red Bay, participates in NW-SCC’s annual commencement ceremony.

More than 200 participate in NW-SCC commencement

Northwest-Shoals Community College held the annual commencement ceremony for the 2017-2018 academic year May 10. More 200 graduates, including dozens from Franklin County, participated in the ceremony, with approximately 641 earning a certificate or degree.

Earning degrees from Franklin County were:

  • Hodges: Ashley Lovett.
  • Phil Campbell: Auburn Allison, Donovan Bailey, Amber Clark, Ronald Dobbs, Lesly Garcia, Lukas Gillilan, Tristan Godsey, Ezequiel Gonzalez, Natividad Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Madison Hardy, Holly Hargett, Camron Jones, Bethany Litteral, Scott Maijala, Lex May, Vanessa Molina, Hannah Newell, Matthew Newell, Brenton Nix, Tessa Norris, Shawn Potts, Natasha Reeves, Ryan Scott, Tori Stancil, Chelsie Tittle and Nicholas Wehunt.
  • Red Bay: Brandon Blunt, Brooklyn Bolton, Steven Clements, Dillon Creekmore, Alanis Epperson and Megan Shotts.
  • Russellville: George Amick, Diego Andres, Jonathan Arce, Linda Arnett, John Aycock, Braxton Baker, Daniel Barrera, Thomas Bean, Wyatt Behel, Cody Berryman, Anthony Betancourt, Morgan Bradford, Matthew Brasuell, Holly Bridges, Solai Camacho, Dixie Chavez, Emiliano Chavez-Hernandez, Bethany Cook, Christopher Craigge, Jose Duran, Samuel Evans, Beatriz Felix Rosaliano, MaKayla Franks, Dylan Frederick, Angela Fuentes, Jace Gallagher, Leslie Garcia, Wendy Garcia, Debbie Gomez-Mayen, Israel Gonzalez, TraDawna Graham, Stacy Harviel, Andrew Hill, John Hopson, Daniel Inmon, Daniel Jenkins, Victoria Jimenez, Matthew Johns, Bradley Johnson, Brandon King, Gaberiel Lawler, David Lugo Barrera, Matthew Lynch, Andrea Machic, Allenby Martinez Alarcon, Emmalee Martinez, Jill Masterson, Marisa McCormick, Juan Miranda, Michael Mitchell, Wendy Moctezuma Macedo, James Montgomery, Caitlyn Morgan, Miles Nesbitt, Mary Nichols Beth, Felipe Nieto, Kaitlin Nolen, Lacey Oliver, Juan Osorio, Brady Petree, Joshua Pinkard, Marian Ramirez Escobar, Riley Reeves, Lauren Roden, Trenton Roden, Talynn Seals, Jordan Shelton, Kristin Skidmore, Tammy Smith, Taylor Steele, Jennifer Vandiver, Kaitlyn Vandiver, Harley Voyles, Sadie Wade, Jalessa Ward, Drew Wills, Brianna Wood and Nancy Zaragoza.
  • Spruce Pine: Jacob Ayers, Kelly Bryant, Joshua Burcham, Clay Cason, Ryan Champion, William Cole, Shelby Cooper, Spencer Hargett, Austin Hester, Hanna Malone, Bethany Moore, Benjamin Pierce, Samuel Pierce, Jordan Sharp and Matthew Stancil.
  • Vina: Landen Burgett, Samuel Pardue, Cody Renfrow, Luke Stanford and Sydney Upton.

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