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Terrika Laresha Witherspoon of Easley, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Humanities Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony recently. She also was named Outstanding Associate in Arts student. Presenting the awards is Timeko McFadden, coordinator of instructional activities for the Humanities Department.

Brandon Dakota Smith of Liberty, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Criminal Justice Technology Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony. Pictured with him is Robert Newton, program director.

Jerica Marie Kindhart of Liberty, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Business Administration Student Award at the College’s annual awards ceremony. Presenting the award is Tracy Ethridge, program director.

Brett Kenneth Willis of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technology Student Award at the annual awards ceremony. Presenting the plaque is Justin Herndon, program director.

Justin Clay Adcox of Six Mile, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Industrial Electronics Technology Student at the College’s annual awards. Presenting the award is Program Director Robert Ellenberg. director.

William Mark Ravan of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Manufacturing Management and Leadership Technology Student Award. Presenting the plaque is Gregg Corley, Engineering Technology department head.

Laure Alexandra Marsceau of Easley, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Welding Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the award is Paul Phelps, department head.

Samantha Brooke Hooper, of Six Mile, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Expanded Duty Dental Assisting Student Award at the annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the plaque is Mandy Hanks, Expanded Duty Dental Assisting program director.

Shanina Lajoyce Drown, of, Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s College’s Outstanding Practical Nursing Student Award at the annual awards ceremony. Presenting the plaque is Julie Vernon, Practical Nursing program director.

Kathryn Elizabeth Howard, of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding National Society of Leadership and Success Student Award at the annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the plaque is Scott Jaeschke, NSLS co-advisor and coordinator of community standards.

Terrika Laresha Witherspoon of Easley, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Humanities Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony recently. She also was named Outstanding Associate in Arts student. Presenting the awards is Timeko McFadden, coordinator of instructional activities for the Humanities Department.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct1.jpgTerrika Laresha Witherspoon of Easley, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Humanities Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony recently. She also was named Outstanding Associate in Arts student. Presenting the awards is Timeko McFadden, coordinator of instructional activities for the Humanities Department. Courtesy photos
Brandon Dakota Smith of Liberty, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Criminal Justice Technology Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony. Pictured with him is Robert Newton, program director.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct2.jpgBrandon Dakota Smith of Liberty, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Criminal Justice Technology Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony. Pictured with him is Robert Newton, program director. Courtesy photos
Jerica Marie Kindhart of Liberty, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Business Administration Student Award at the College’s annual awards ceremony. Presenting the award is Tracy Ethridge, program director.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct3.jpgJerica Marie Kindhart of Liberty, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Business Administration Student Award at the College’s annual awards ceremony. Presenting the award is Tracy Ethridge, program director. Courtesy photos
Brett Kenneth Willis of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technology Student Award at the annual awards ceremony. Presenting the plaque is Justin Herndon, program director.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct4.jpgBrett Kenneth Willis of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technology Student Award at the annual awards ceremony. Presenting the plaque is Justin Herndon, program director. Courtesy photos
Justin Clay Adcox of Six Mile, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Industrial Electronics Technology Student at the College’s annual awards. Presenting the award is Program Director Robert Ellenberg. director.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct5.jpgJustin Clay Adcox of Six Mile, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Industrial Electronics Technology Student at the College’s annual awards. Presenting the award is Program Director Robert Ellenberg. director. Courtesy photos
William Mark Ravan of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Manufacturing Management and Leadership Technology Student Award. Presenting the plaque is Gregg Corley, Engineering Technology department head.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct6.jpgWilliam Mark Ravan of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Manufacturing Management and Leadership Technology Student Award. Presenting the plaque is Gregg Corley, Engineering Technology department head. Courtesy photos
Laure Alexandra Marsceau of Easley, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Welding Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the award is Paul Phelps, department head.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct7.jpgLaure Alexandra Marsceau of Easley, left, was honored as Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Welding Student at the College’s annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the award is Paul Phelps, department head. Courtesy photos
Samantha Brooke Hooper, of Six Mile, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Expanded Duty Dental Assisting Student Award at the annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the plaque is Mandy Hanks, Expanded Duty Dental Assisting program director.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct8.jpgSamantha Brooke Hooper, of Six Mile, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding Expanded Duty Dental Assisting Student Award at the annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the plaque is Mandy Hanks, Expanded Duty Dental Assisting program director. Courtesy photos
Shanina Lajoyce Drown, of, Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s College’s Outstanding Practical Nursing Student Award at the annual awards ceremony. Presenting the plaque is Julie Vernon, Practical Nursing program director.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct9.jpgShanina Lajoyce Drown, of, Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s College’s Outstanding Practical Nursing Student Award at the annual awards ceremony. Presenting the plaque is Julie Vernon, Practical Nursing program director. Courtesy photos
Kathryn Elizabeth Howard, of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding National Society of Leadership and Success Student Award at the annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the plaque is Scott Jaeschke, NSLS co-advisor and coordinator of community standards.
https://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_tct10.jpgKathryn Elizabeth Howard, of Easley, left, received Tri-County Technical College’s Outstanding National Society of Leadership and Success Student Award at the annual awards ceremony recently. Presenting the plaque is Scott Jaeschke, NSLS co-advisor and coordinator of community standards. Courtesy photos