MEDICAL ASSISTANTS Medical assistant program graduates included, front row from left, Ashley Hartsoe of O’Fallon, Angelica Mueller of Mascoutah, Crystal Leravatanakul of O’Fallon, Amanda Price of Caseyville; second row, Ikram Nijmeh of O’Fallon, Lydia Huitron of Belleville, Amanda Sanchez of Mascoutah, Teknema Dunn of O’Fallon, Robert Smith of Belleville; third row, Tyler Shope of Belleville, Anna Henning of O’Fallon, Megan Kurrus of Millstadt and Travis B. Green Sr. of O’Fallon.
MEDICAL ASSISTANTS Medical assistant program graduates included, front row from left, Ashley Hartsoe of O’Fallon, Angelica Mueller of Mascoutah, Crystal Leravatanakul of O’Fallon, Amanda Price of Caseyville; second row, Ikram Nijmeh of O’Fallon, Lydia Huitron of Belleville, Amanda Sanchez of Mascoutah, Teknema Dunn of O’Fallon, Robert Smith of Belleville; third row, Tyler Shope of Belleville, Anna Henning of O’Fallon, Megan Kurrus of Millstadt and Travis B. Green Sr. of O’Fallon. Jim Haverstick SWIC
MEDICAL ASSISTANTS Medical assistant program graduates included, front row from left, Ashley Hartsoe of O’Fallon, Angelica Mueller of Mascoutah, Crystal Leravatanakul of O’Fallon, Amanda Price of Caseyville; second row, Ikram Nijmeh of O’Fallon, Lydia Huitron of Belleville, Amanda Sanchez of Mascoutah, Teknema Dunn of O’Fallon, Robert Smith of Belleville; third row, Tyler Shope of Belleville, Anna Henning of O’Fallon, Megan Kurrus of Millstadt and Travis B. Green Sr. of O’Fallon. Jim Haverstick SWIC

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