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Local students graduate
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Technical skills, knowledge and attitudes appropriate to the workplace are the outcomes of 29 students receiving 31 diplomas at the conclusion of the summer trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology – McMinnville.
Thirteen of those students are Warren County residents. Students and their program areas include Fernando Torres, automotive; Molly Buergey (two diplomas), Tammy Burch, Denicia Martin and Rachelle Cruse, business systems/ administrative office; Dakota Cameron, computer information; Dustin McClure, culinary and hospitality; Brittany Pickett and James Wilkins, industrial electricity; Steven Clayton, machine tool; and Jacob Argo, Matthew Johnson and Michael Thomas, welding.
Director Warren Laux presented diplomas Aug. 26. Other graduates are residents of DeKalb (seven), Grundy (four), White (two), Coffee (two) and Cannon (one) counties.  Fall trimester begins Sept. 2.