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Lejeune HS Students Recognized as American Red Cross Volunteers
Camp Lejeune, NC | April 30, 2014
Camp Lejeune High School Career Practicum Students were recognized on Monday, April 28th, 2014 at the Camp Lejeune American Red Cross Volunteer Recognition. The luncheon and recognition was held at the Paradise Point Officer's Club. Along with American Red Cross volunteers, Career Practicum students from Lejeune High School were recognized for their internships at the Naval Hospital within their chosen medical fields. Christian Ayala, Operating Room; Alexa Capozzolo, Nursing-Pediatrics; Hunter Case, Nursing-Pediatrics; Camelia Cretu, Nursing-Ambulatory Procedures Unit; Keion Johnson, Bio-Med. Engineering; Michaela Johnson, Nursing-Emergency Room; Gabrielle Ruskin, Nursing- Emergency Room; Azaia Wallace, Physical Therapy and Nikia Wallace, Nursing-Pain Management.
Chaplin Rummery, USN gave the Invocation and Michael Patton, Senior Station Manager opened the ceremony with remarks of humanity and voluntary service worldwide by the Red Cross. The guest speaker for the event was Pastor Chris Phillips of River of Life Church, Jacksonville NC. He spoke of giving of ourselves. Presentations of a Certificate of Appreciation and a Red Cross bag were made by Katie Jeffries, Station Chairman which read "In grateful appreciation for your volunteer service and commitment to the Camp Lejeune community. Through your dedication to service, our community is a better place to live. Thank you!"