WVC graduation and nurses pinning ceremonies
Wenatchee Valley College commencement exercises are scheduled for Friday, June 17, for the Wenatchee campus and Saturday, June 18, for the Omak campus. The GED/high school completion graduations will be included in the ceremonies. The nurses pinnings for both campuses will be held June 17 for the Wenatchee campus and June 18 for the Omak campus.
The Wenatchee commencement ceremony will begin at 7 p.m. in the Town Toyota Center. The Omak campus commencement will begin at 1 p.m. in the Omak Performing Arts Center.
Kenneth Eikenberry, retired state attorney general, will speak to the Wenatchee campus graduates. Eikenberry served as president of the Associated Students of WVC in 1952, received the Outstanding Alumni Award in 1976 and is the great uncle of current ASWVC president Katrina Eikenberry.
The guest speaker at the Omak ceremony will be David Lindeblad, who has taught history, political science and adult basic education courses at the WVC at Omak campus.
President’s Medals, Academic Achievement Awards, the WVC Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year and the WVC Outstanding Alumnus of the Year, as well as the Omak campus Most Supportive Partner, are among the awards that will be presented during the college ceremonies.
The Wenatchee campus nurses pinning for completion of the registered nursing certificate and associate degree of nursing program will take place at 1 p.m. at the Town Toyota Center. The Omak campus capping and pinning ceremony will begin at 3 p.m. in the Omak Performing Arts Center.