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PMC nursing program students graduate

 

Brian Varela / Petersburg Pilot

Valaree Nilsen, Audrey Morton, Carolyn Kvernvik and Adam Axmaker pose with their nursing pins at the end of Thursday's pinning ceremony.

Four students in a nursing program through University of Alaska Anchorage graduated with an associate's degree in applied science in nursing and received their nursing pins in a pinning ceremony on Thursday at the Elk's Lodge.

Valaree Nilsen, Audrey Morton, Adam Axmaker and Carolyn Kvernvik had completed most of the two year program at the Petersburg Medical Center. The four graduates are the first to go through the program in Petersburg.

Nichole Mattingly and Rosa Niemi led the program as UAA adjunct faculty and are registered nurses at PMC.

Over the course of 615 days, the four nursing...



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