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HAMLET — Over the past two years, Richmond County native Sandy Guinn has traveled up and down the East Coast, from Milwaukee down to the tip of Florida. For the Richmond Community College graduate, traveling is one of the huge perks of being a relay technician for Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories.

HAMLET — Moore County native and real estate broker Diane Wilson will be teaching a real estate class at Richmond Community College in January. 

HAMLET — Richmond Community College is partnering with VBC Manufacturing, a division of the Volumetric Building Companies, to connect skilled people with stable work, excellent benefits and bonus opportunities.

HAMLET — Grammy award-winning Lee Ann Womack will be in concert Friday, Nov. 15, at the Cole Auditorium on the campus of Richmond Community College in Hamlet. Womack’s performance is part of the Fidelity Bank Rock ‘N Country series.

HAMLET — Carolina Hearts Home Care is offering apprenticeships to students at Richmond Community College who are interested in the Nursing Assistant I program, preparing them to become a certified nursing assistant.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College will host an Open House on Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 4 to 7 p.m. for its new Scotland County Campus.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College has named a former nursing student and instructor its Outstanding Alumni Award winner for 2019. Dr. Yolanda VanRiel, the interim department chair of Nursing at North Carolina Central University, received recognition for this achievement at the College’s Convocation on Oct. 23. 

HAMLET — Headlining the second show of The Dewitt Performing Arts Series is The Midtown Men. This is your ticket to go back in time and experience the iconic ‘60s all over again. This talented foursome will grace the stage on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at the Cole Auditorium located on the main campus of Richmond Community College.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College rolled out its collaborative plan on Tuesday to reduce the number of people in Richmond and Scotland County who do not have an adult high school education. Part of the plan includes up to $1,000 in scholarship money for students who complete the Adult High School Diploma or High School Equivalency program and continue on at RichmondCC for further education or career training.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College recently partnered with six local manufacturing companies to allow students to tour the facilities and connect the concepts they are learning in the classroom to real-world operations.

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