Cave City, Ky. (May 2, 2018) – Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) held its nursing pinning ceremony for PN students Wednesday, May 2, 2018. The ceremony took place at the Cave City Convention Center.
The College honored twenty-four PN students from the Glasgow Campus. Awards and recognitions were presented by various health care facilities in the area.
At the conclusion of the ceremony, the candidates recited the Florence Nightingale Pledge, a time-honored tradition of the nursing profession.
Practical Nursing students recognized:
Kathy Colón*, Sara Neff**
Courtney Ballard*, Brittany Birge*, Emily Blair*, Rayli Howard*, Ann Lee*, Bailee Mayes**, Page Murley, Kaycee Weber*
Leah Kearney**, Megan Kilburn*, Jericca Nuckols**
Darby Acree, Kristi Davis
Alaysha Ford**, Rebecca Ford, Logan Thomas*, Avery Turner*
Ashley Denney**, Alba Esquivel*, Justin Mercer*
*Designates Associate in Applied Science (AAS) ** Designates Associate in Science (AS)
Darby Acree - Golden Bandage Scissors Award Presented by Shea Wilson, RN, CNO, T.J. Samson Hospital
Ally Ford - Ann K. Rogers Nursing Award Presented by Nancy Steele, President of Glasgow B&PW Club
Avery Turner - Village Manor Excellence in Geriatrics Award Presented by Heather O’Banion, ED of Village Manor
Ashley Denney - Mollie Carmon Obstetrical Award Presented by April Shive, RN, SKYCTC Associate Professor
Darby Acree - Pharmacology Award Presented by Peggy Fishburn, RN, KY State LPN Organization
Rayli Howard - Diversicare Clinical Award Presented by Laurie Norris, RN, DON, Diversicare of Glasgow
Kristi Davis Dr. Phillip Bale Mental Health Award presented by Larry Gearlds, HR Director Glasgow State Nursing Facility
Page Murley - NHC Better Way Award presented by Tiffany Saltsman, DON, NHC Health Care
Kaycee Weber - Joy Rudenga Memorial Award Presented by Brittany Bourque, RN, SKYCTC Associate Professor, Sponsored by the Family of Joy Rudenga
Ashley Britt - Perfect Attendance Award Presented by Traci Gentry, RN, SKYCTC Associate Professor
SKYCTC has been producing highly trained nurses for the region since 1957.