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N.C.S.C. Paralegal Graduates Given Farewell Luncheon

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  Original Published: 4/16/2014Wednesday was Paralegal Day in Richland County, especially at North-Central State College. Commissioner Gary Utt presented a proclamation as the 13 members of N-C State's Paralegal program attended a luncheon in their honor as they become the 17th graduating class of the two-year course. Their teacher, Attorney Judith Sturgill says they can look forward to rewarding careers assisting attorneys. And class president Kimberly Hargis is eager to get her first job and start her new career. Each student received a gift, and they gave Sturgill one in return. Graduation is May 9th.  The other graduates are Sarah Carpenter, Justin Higgins, Zachary Moyer, Linsay Grennell, Jennifer Beaver, Aubray Burrage, Angela Noe, Roxanne Purviance, Rebecca Schuster, Katie Steiner, Jolene Isaac, and Bobbi Everly.
   
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