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<i>LC students win business leadership contests</i>
LC students win business leadership contests

CHARLOTTE -- Louisburg College's student business leaders have won first place in two categories and second place in two others in North Carolina's Phi Beta Lambda Leadership Conference. Those awards qualify four students to participate in the National Leadership Competition in Anaheim, Calif., in June.
A Louisburg College team -- Kathryn O'Leary of Franklinton and Dajah Denis of Durham -- placed first in the Social Media category in the state conference last weekend in Charlotte. O'Leary also earned second place in the Job Interview category.


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<i>Retired judge, wife endow scholarship at VGCC</i>
Retired judge, wife endow scholarship at VGCC

HENDERSON -- J. Henry Banks, who recently retired as chief judge of the North Carolina Ninth Judicial District Court bench, and his wife, educator Mamie B. Banks, recently established a new scholarship at Vance-Granville Community College.
Judge Banks said that in addition to his wife's experience in the teaching profession, he has always had a passion for education, as well.
"We're endowing this scholarship to provide financial support to help people pursue their dreams," said Judge Banks, who held court in Franklin, Granville, Vance and Warren counties.


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Local student earns master's

ORLANDO -- Ursula Kennedy of Louisburg has received her Master of Science in Nursing - Leadership and Management from Western Governors University (WGU).
The university held its 32nd semi-annual commencement ceremony at the Disney Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando on Feb. 11 and celebrated the graduation of more than 11,000 graduates.


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