Dallas County students receive nursing pins from DMACC

COURTESY OF DES MOINES AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Special to Dallas County News

Several local students recently received their nursing pins, signifying graduation from the program at Des Moines Area Community College campuses.

Six-year-old Charly Purvis, with assistance from her dad, Beau Purvis, attempts to put on nursing pin on the lapel of her mom, Megan L. Christensen of Adel at a ceremony recently held on the DMACC Ankeny Campus. Christensen graduated from DMACC’s Associate Degree Nursing program.
Megan M. Christensen of Grimes receives a nursing pin from her mom, Heather Christensen. Megan M. Christensen graduated from DMACC’s Associate Degree Nursing program.
DMACC Ankeny Campus nursing student Todd Long, right, of Grimes receives a nursing pin from his wife, Abby Long, at a ceremony recently held on the DMACC Ankeny Campus. Todd Long graduated from DMACC’s Associate Degree Nursing program.
DMACC Ankeny Campus student Ashlee Burris, right, of Waukee receives her nursing pin from her mom, Justine Burris, and friend, Haylee Valeika, at a ceremony recently held on the DMACC Ankeny Campus. Ashlee Burris graduated from DMACC’s Associate Degree Nursing program.
DMACC Ankeny Campus nursing student Winnie Mirembe, center, of Waukee receives a nursing pin from her father, Dr. Apollo Grace, and her mother, Justine Grace, at a ceremony recently held on the DMACC Ankeny Campus.
Alexandria Moretti, center, of Waukee receives a nursing pin from her boyfriend, Sam Glasgow, as her mom, Sandy Moretti, looks on. Alexandria Moretti graduated from DMACC’s Associate Degree Nursing program.
DMACC Boone Campus student Kendyl Harrison, center, of Waukee receives a nursing pin from her dad, Bret Irwin, and mom, Sandi Irwin, in a ceremony recently held on the DMACC Boone Campus. Kendyl Harrison graduated from DMACC’s Licensed Practical Nursing program.