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WKCTC planning honors ceremony

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Ninety-seven students will be recognized during a West Kentucky Community & Technical College honors ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday, May 9, in the Clemens Fine Arts Center on campus.

Chelsea Rollins of McCracken County and Michelle Jackson of Marshall County will be among those honored. Both were among 20 students nationwide selected for the 2014 All-USA Community College Academic Team and received a scholarship and medallion.

The award, presented by USA Today, is given to students at the nation's community colleges for high grades, academic rigor, growth ,and to recognize how well students use their education to benefit their schools and the community.

Rollins plans to transfer to Murray State University to pursue a bachelor's degree in international affairs and possibly join the Peace Corps. Jackson is graduating in May with an associate in applied science degree in office system technology with plans to continue her education in business administration.

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