The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 30, 1987 · Page 13
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August 30, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday, August 30, 1*M7 13-A Four graduate from i nurse refresher class LC course helps renew skills CHERYL ROMEO, left, and Loretta Hamilton graduated from the nurse refresher course at Lee College this summer. With them is Dana Yarborough, who was an instructor for the course. Four students graduated from Lee College's summer nurse refresher course. Loretta Hamilton, Sharon Knowles. Cheryl Romero and Debora Russell completed the six-week LC course designed especially for registered nurses who want to re-enter the work force. According to Rene Maher. LC Division of Health Care Occupations chairman, both the Board of Nursing Examiners for Vocational Nursing and the Board of Nursing Examiners for Registered Nursing in Texas require a refresher class for those who have not worked in four years or more. Because of the current huge demand for trained nurses, the 9-days of lecture and 15 days of clinical experience gave these RN's a chance to refresh their knowledge, skills and confidence to re-enter the work force. According to Mrs. Maher, additional classes will be formed as RN's and LVN's express interest in refreshing skills. Those who would like to be put on the class list should contact Mrs. Maher at 425-6448 or 425-6449. Preceptors from Humana Hospital-Baytown and Gulf Coast Hospital worked with LC faculty to produce the class. • Currently on Lee College's list of plans are an intensive care unit refresher course for registered nurses as well as a decision-making course specially designed for licensed vocational nurses. For more information on any LC health care occupations programs, contact Lee College at 425-6448 or 425-6449. Energy And Fuel What households spent each year On fwl for transportation $1500 J1250- - Jiooo --< J750 • % WOO- I 5250 • | "" ff s fff s&t/f ' •>, 7 ^ «s Source. Energy Information Administration NEA GRAPHIC AMERICANS LIVING in the northeastern states spend the most on energy for their homes — including heat, air-conditioning and electricity. But they spend less than other Americans on fuel for transportation. Southerners spend the most on fuel for their cars. Levis 1999 SNOW «v',r ;: stonewasneo c;denim jeans ' denims. ^ NOW Super-bleached , 5 r,eouon t.> w 19.99. Vcuna - ^ San Jacinto Mall

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