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The 33 graduates of the 2016 School of Practical Nursing of the Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES celebrated commencement recently in the Scharmann Theatre at Jamestown Community College. Back row standing: Instructor Amanda Merchant, David Price, Ryker Maddox, Angel Echevarria, Amy Nowell, Royal Attard, Megan Attard, Meagan Livermore, Mary O’Donnell, Celina Eggleston, Rachael Rugg, Brigetta Borkwoski and instructor Michelle Johnson-Anderson. Middle row: Amber Conklin, Alana Stafford, Shannon Patrizi, Dawn Johnson, Melissa Brown, Jessica Banes, Christina DeLong, Jolean Scott, Amber Lucas, Angela Ortiz, and Lacy Cabisca. Front row: Meagan Jude, Nicole Oste, Mara May Batson, Mary Jane Mizner, Chelsey Johnson, Danielle Parker, Amber Caylor, Tyrina Wheaton, Breanna Crouse, Ashley LaPlante, and Elizabeth Heston. Nelson has been a nurse for more than 35 years and worked with the E2CCB students on their maternity rotation. Fittingly, she compared the students’ journey to becoming nurses to the journey of pregnancy, labor, delivery and child-rearing. “Approximately a year ago you all made the conscious decision to begin a new life,” said Nelson. “You took a test, it was positive and you were accepted into the nursing program. Although you were excited, you were a little bit nervous.” She vividly described their discomfort and perseverance in pursuing their studies, the brain-building nourishment provided by the instructors and ultimately their minds developing and hearts becoming stronger. “I’m sure, especially in later stages of your studies –just like pregnancy — you thought it would never end,” she said, eliciting laughs before congratulating them on their “birthday” as they take the Nurse’s Pledge and symbolically cut the cord and graduate. Nelson told the grads that the nursing program means the world to her and passed on some advice. “Find skills and different skills within the scope of your nursing license as much as you can,” said Nelson, urging them to pursue more certifications and new experiences. “Become a more valuable employee.” Instructor Amanda Merchant then began the presentation of awards by acknowledging valedictorian Mary O’Donnell, who graduated with a 98 percent average, and salutatorian Celina Eggleston, who finished with a 96 percent average. “As nurses we measure achievement by a different scale,” said Merchant.

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