Local students graduate from TTC
Posted: Friday, December 16, 2011 6:02 pm
Dec.15 was the date set for the Class of 2011 fall graduation at the Tennessee Technology Center, W.J. Neese Campus, in Paris. Commencement exercises began at 6:30 p.m. in the Krider Performing Arts Center, 650 Volunteer Drive, Paris. The keynote speaker was state Rep. Tim Wirgau, R-Paris.
The Tennessee Technology Center offers 12 full-time technical programs and serves Henry, Benton, Carroll, Stewart and Weakley counties.
For additional information about graduation or the center’s programs, call (731) 644-7365.
Those receiving certificates from Weakley County were as follows:
Kaley Marissa Ballou of Martin in business systems technology, Jennifer Leigh Bone of Dresden in early childhood education, Aaron Copeland of Gleason in patient care technician, Kaylyn Dolin of Dukedom in practical nursing, Cara Jacqueline French and Crystal Gail Gingras of Martin in practical nursing, Kristy L. Johnson and Brenna Megaw of Greenfield in practical nursing, Samantha Danielle Taylor of Dresden in practical nursing and Caleb Evan Johnson of Gleason in residential building maintenance.