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Pins awarded to physical therapist assistant graduates

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Earning physical therapist assistant pins during a recent ceremony were Buncombe County residents, from left: Bryan Hoofnagle, Maggie Lucas and Hilary Self. They were among nine graduates from the associate’s degree program who are eligible to take the licensure examination administered by the N.C. Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. For more information about Southwestern Community College and its programs, call 828.339.4000.
 
Kacey Coffey of Murphy was among nine graduates from the physical therapist assistant program who were honored during a recent pinning ceremony at the college’s Jackson campus. 
Anna Curvin of Canton was among nine graduates from the physical therapist assistant program who were honored during a recent pinning ceremony at the college’s Jackson campus. 
Melissa Cabe (left) of Sylva and Holly Smith of Cullowhee were among nine graduates from the physical therapist assistant program to be honored during a recent pinning ceremony at the college’s Jackson campus. 
James Lequire of Franklin was among nine graduates from the physical therapist assistant program to be honored during a recent pinning ceremony at the college’s Jackson campus. 
Sarah Harvey of Clayton, Ga., was among nine graduates from the physical therapist assistant program to be honored during a recent pinning ceremony at the college’s Jackson campus.