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September 21, 2013

NTC Health Careers Certification students elect officers

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CLAREMORE —

The officers elected to represent Ford and Perryman’s combined senior-level afternoon classes are President Chancie Cooper from Adair High School, Vice President Nikki Hairston from Claremore High School, Secretary Skye Caldwell from Pryor High School, two Social Chairmen Logan Hager from Claremore High School and Madison Bailey from Adair High School, Photographer Ahonesty Schooley from Adair High School and Historian Courtney Jones from Locust Grove High School.  
The officers elected to represent Hendrix’s first-year morning class are President Cearra Curtis from Oologah High School, Vice President Justin Thomas from Pryor High School, Secretary Anna Williams from Claremore High School, Parliamentarian Kallie Odle from Pryor High School, Sergeant at Arms Savannah Terman from Claremore High School, Reporter Baylie McManus from Inola High School and Class Representative Tyler Shearer from Sequoyah High School. 
 The officers elected to represent Hendrix’s first-year afternoon class are President Claire Mason from Chouteau High School, Vice President Bethany Allen from Chelsea High School, Secretary Anna Meeker from Claremore High School, Parliamentarian Victoria Slabby from Claremore High School, Phone Informer Hannah Bergner from Adair High School, two Reporters Tayler Wells from Oologah High School and Morgan Jones from Chouteau High School and Class Representative Kimmy Shrier from Chelsea High School. 
To learn more about either the standard two-year Heath Careers Certification program or the accelerated one-year program for high school seniors available in Pryor, visit NTC’s website at www.netech.edu.

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