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Located in the beautiful river community of Paducah, Kentucky, West Kentucky Community and Technical College is a nationally recognized, comprehensive, regional college serving more than 8,000 students annually and offering more than 200 associate degr...
Mariah E. Davis of Wingo, KY was one of more than 1,200 candidates for graduation eligible to receive associate degrees, diplomas or certificates from West Kentucky Community and Technical College ...Fall 2017
Mariah Davis of Wingo, KY, was one of more than 500 West Kentucky Community and Technical College students recently named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2017 semester. To be named to the Dean's L...Fall 2017
Mariah Davis of Wingo, KY, was one of more than 500 West Kentucky Community and Technical College students recently named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2016 semester. To be named to the Dean's L...Fall 2016
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Six Alpha Epsilon Beta (AEB) students at West Kentucky Community and Technical College reached out to help others with two recent community service efforts. The students and AEB advisor Gary Reese collected canned goods for shipping to Texas for hurricane relief and also collected stuffed animals and children's books for abused, neglected, and disadvantaged children "visiting" the McCracken County Family Court. Hurricane relief items were taken to a central collection point manned by Premier Portable Buildings, who will transport them to Texas. The stuffed animals were delivered and McCracken County Family Court's Judge Deanna Wise Henschel expressed her sincere appreciation for all the support shown the children of our area. AEB is the college's Criminal Justice Club. Great job everyone! Photo on Left - (left to right) Gary Reese, AEB advisor and Leah Beach, AEB vice-president, working the hurricane relief station on campus. Photo on right - (left to right) Gary Reese, Leah Beach, and AEB secretary Jon Wentworth getting ready to deliver boxes filled with stuffed animals and children's books to McCracken County Family Court. Not pictured: Dayla Hale, Mariah Davis, April Clark, Charity Itiav-GarFall 2017Verified by West Kentucky Community & Technical College
Wingo resident Mariah Davis has been named February Student of the Month at West Kentucky Community and Technical College. Having overcome many obstacles in her life, Davis said she is proud to ha...Winter 2017-2018
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