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MUHLENBERG COUNTY, Ky. (6/28/13) – Muhlenberg Job Corps held its June graduation ceremony with eight graduates celebrating their accomplishments.

The Director of Training, Allen Abey served as Master of Ceremonies and welcomed all family members and guests. Graduate Felicia Cox led the assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Elizabeth Badger extended a welcome from the graduates to all in attendance.
 
Graduate Jessica Rosser delivered a touching commencement speech to all in attendance.
 
Center Director Kenny Brown and Director of Training, Allen Abey presented diplomas to the following graduates:
 
Elizabeth Badger from Crestview Florida, completed her Pharmacy Tech trade and entered the program with her high school diploma; Felicia Cox from Louisville, Kentucky, completed Heavy Equipment Operator and Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and earned her high school diploma on center; Kabria Harrison from Leesburg, Florida, completed Medical Office Support and Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) and entered the program with her high school diploma ; Patrice Howard from Winter Haven, Florida, completed Medical Office Support and Pharmacy Tech and entered the program with her high school diploma; Alivia Jones from Nashville, Tennessee, completed Medical office Support and entered the program with her high school diploma; Brion Martin from Jacksonville, Florida, completed Medical Office Support, and earned his high school diploma on center; Calvineshia Ray from Nashville, TN, completed Medical Office Support and Clinical Medical Assistant and entered the program with her high school diploma; and Jessica Roser from Stockbridge, Georgia, completed Clinical Medical Assistant and entered the program with her high school diploma.
 
Center Director, Kenny Brown closed the ceremony with motivational comments and the traditional tassel ceremony.
 
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