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The SNA would like to say HUGE congratulations to the graduating class of 2010!  All of your hard work has finally paid off and we wish you all luck in your upcoming careers!  Our spring semester schedule for SNA meetings are still being coordinated, so look for signs in our information window (located next to E241).  The meeting dates will also be posted in the student life office area.  Keep in mind that our meetings are geared towards helping each other to be successful, and we want to see more of your glowing faces at the meetings.  This semester we would like to focus on and create more opportunities to practice our skills and learn from each other!  At our last meeting, we were privileged to hear Beth Knudtsen-Spears speak about her specialty area of alternative medicine.  It was a great discussion and we want to thank her for taking the time to speak to us!  If you have any questions about the meetings, or want some more information about the Student Nurses Association contact: Alanna Tuttle atuttle6698@msn.com or Deb Mansell dfmansell@msn.com

We are wishing you a great Christmas holiday and a Happy New Year! 

 


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