County residents earn certificates


<p class="n_ 37 v1">Three Fulton County residents completing Northwest State Community College’s phlebotomy technician certificate program were recently recognized during spring commencement. Students earning the phlebotomy technician certificate may choose to continue their education for an associate degree in medical assisting. Pictured, from left, are Aimeth Rosillo Babadilla of Wauseon, Madison Zimmerman of Delta, and Deborah Gillen of Wauseon.

Three Fulton County residents completing Northwest State Community College’s phlebotomy technician certificate program were recently recognized during spring commencement. Students earning the phlebotomy technician certificate may choose to continue their education for an associate degree in medical assisting. Pictured, from left, are Aimeth Rosillo Babadilla of Wauseon, Madison Zimmerman of Delta, and Deborah Gillen of Wauseon.


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Three Fulton County residents completing Northwest State Community College’s phlebotomy technician certificate program were recently recognized during spring commencement. Students earning the phlebotomy technician certificate may choose to continue their education for an associate degree in medical assisting. Pictured, from left, are Aimeth Rosillo Babadilla of Wauseon, Madison Zimmerman of Delta, and Deborah Gillen of Wauseon.

Three Fulton County residents completing Northwest State Community College’s phlebotomy technician certificate program were recently recognized during spring commencement. Students earning the phlebotomy technician certificate may choose to continue their education for an associate degree in medical assisting. Pictured, from left, are Aimeth Rosillo Babadilla of Wauseon, Madison Zimmerman of Delta, and Deborah Gillen of Wauseon.

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Three Fulton County residents completing Northwest State Community College’s phlebotomy technician certificate program were recently recognized during spring commencement. Students earning the phlebotomy technician certificate may choose to continue their education for an associate degree in medical assisting. Pictured, from left, are Aimeth Rosillo Babadilla of Wauseon, Madison Zimmerman of Delta, and Deborah Gillen of Wauseon. Photo provided